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On the farm Walk for a cure Park life

Lincoln High School ag program Lincolns Relay for Life Pools, picnics and parties:
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The Rods and Relics car shows
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Casino and June 3 in Downtown
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4 Car show
Rods and Relics annual event.

8 On the farm
Lincoln High Schools extensive ag department. 17
13 Summer fun
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Car shows reignites
Americas love of the auto
Rods and Relics hosts two-day event
story by Julie Miller | Photos are courtesy
n an age thats on the threshold of driver-less autos, car shows are sure to keep the motoring experience nostalgic.
After all, gas-guzzling engines, shiny chrome and heavy steel has gone by the way-side with fuel efficiency and aero dynamics
taking over automobile designs.
Remember when it was fun to drive a car? Cruising town with all the windows down and music flooding the streets, hoping to
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Historic downtown Lincolns shady, tree-lined streets

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catch the eyes of passersby. America was surely in love with the automobile.
Reignite that love at Lincolns Rods and Relics 11th annual car show. This two-day event is
expected to draw more than 3,500 attendees and as many as 450 vehicles on display.
Once again, registered vehicle owners and spectators will experience a fun, professional
and well-organized event, said Elna Ragan who does promotional work for the show.
There will be two days of shows. It begins June 2 at Thunder Valley Casino where there will
be live music which naturally goes with old cars. The following day, June 3, the cars will
move to Downtown Lincoln where there will be raffles, more food vendors and activities for
the kids. Plus, there will be a fly-over following the National Anthem. Rods and Relics and
the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3010 will co-host this event.
Whos on the guest list?
Autos allowed into the show must be from 1975 or older, American made or American
powered. A typical line-up includes stock and custom cars, plus street rods, sports cars and
some quite rare.
There is a 1928 REO Speedwagon registered for the Downtown Lincoln Car Show,
Ragan said.
Plus the usual show-stoppers will be there, too. Chevy Bel Airs, C-10 pickups, rat rods and
vehicles with large, chrome super chargers attract extra attention, Ragan said.
The value of the cars vary. Some are works in progress and others may be worth more than
Prizes for the best cars will receive trophies, more than 50 awards will be given away. On
top of that, local politicians and police and fire personnel will select and present trophies to
their favorites.
Rods and Relics Car Club was established in 2006 and has grown to 58 members. The club
uses proceeds from the car shows to give back to the community. Over the years, it has donat-
ed $130,321 to area nonprofits, Ragan said. This years chosen beneficiaries are: The National
Down Syndrome Coalition, The Lincoln High School Model A Club and Ride to Walk.
The two car shows will be a flashback to the good old days. Prepared to be wowed by pol-
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Farm one of the
nations largest

Lincoln High
School Farm
Located at: 6060 William
Lane, Lincoln
Total acres: 940
Crops: Hay, rice,
pumpkins, fruits and
Livestock: Steer, sheep,
goats and chickens
Students per day: 200

Serves hundreds of students daily

Story and photos By steve archer

wo parcels, 405 acres and 535 acres; one is used to grow crops and raise livestock and the other is in a conservation
Lincoln High Schools farm, at 940 acres, is one of the largest in the state if not the nation. Mike Trueblood, a
Lincoln High School agriculture teacher and Future Farmer of America (FFA) advisor, said he cant verify where it ranks
nationally in size but its certainly bigger than many college farms.
At this site, we primarily grow hay, Trueblood said of the 405-acre site. We also have 30 acres of rice, a small fruit and
nut orchard, and a one-acre pumpkin patch.
Trueblood added that every agriculture-biology student also has a planter box in the garden area. It is a requirement that

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At left, Austin Hancock, 14, a Lincoln High School freshman, closes the gate at the end of the day so goats dont get out. Top right: Ag-biology
students exit the garden plot area at the Lincoln High School farm. All ag-bio students have their own garden plot and are growing winter
vegetables now. Lower right: Sheep are among the livestock that live at the Lincoln High School farm. Most of the lambs are sold to students for
livestock projects, according to teacher Morgan Perry.

every ag-biology student enroll in the FFA student leadership program. Currently, new farm classrooms for the Western Placer
Unified School district high school are under construction.
The 405-acre site is also home to 30 head of cattle (beef ), more than 20 goats, eight sheep and a few chickens. The site also has
a 10-acre pond and wetland area for wildlife habitat.
No dairy, Trueblood said. Anything dairy means milking twice per day.
And no pigs, said teacher Morgan Perry.
Pigs are the only animal we dont have out here because they stress easily, Perry said. With all of the noise and construction,

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they might just die of a heart attack. Its not worth it.
Perry added that Trueblood oversees the sheep, Cassan-
dra Walker looks after the goats and Jessica Armistead has
small animals.
The sheep are breeding ewes, Perry said. We sell most
of the lambs as student projects and incorporate some back
into the herd.I kind of do more of the leadership stuff.
Perry also teaches welding at the school farm.
I have 30 kids for each welding class and all five classes
are at capacity, Perry said. It is a highly-sought-after
class; its hands-on, its different and teaches the kids a skill
they can use later in life.
Among the skills Perrys welding students learn include
gas-metal arc welding; shielded-metal arc welding; gas
tungsten arc welding and how to use a variety of cutting
Welding student Sam Whitmire, 18, is a Lincoln High
School senior and Perrys teachers assistant. A member of
the FFA welding team and the high schools trap-shooting
team, he is practicing for his sheet metal certification.
I was really involved with the trap team for three
years, Whitmire said. This year, Im more involved with
the welding team and a little less involved in shooting. I
felt like I had a knack for welding and fell in love with it
the more I did it.
Whitmire, who spends nearly nine hours each week
at the school farm, plans to pursue a welding career and
expects study welding at Butte College.
I havent really done a lot of big projects; its mostly
practicing, Whitmire said. I did help my uncle build a
Perry said she took to welding while attending Califor-
nia Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo.
The beginning class was a requirement for my major,
Perry said. I loved it and eventually became a certified
welder. Now I teach it. Student leadership and welding are
my two passions.
Perry said a typical day on the farm consists of about
200 students and eight periods of classes.
Different days have different schedules, Perry said.
The week includes five periods of welding, two periods of
ag-biology, three periods of ag-soil chemistry and one pe-
riod each of natural history and ag-systems management.
Trueblood said teaching agriculture in 2017 is much
From top: Sam Whitmire, 18, is a senior at Lincoln High School and is different than when he started in 1985.
considering a career in welding. Whitmire is a teachers assistant in Its all about ag education and how ag works, exposing
the welding class and spends about nine hours per week at the school kids to different things, Trueblood said. When I started
farm. Steer can be found at the Lincoln High School farm. The animals here, we didnt have to teach a lot of these things because
are beef cattle. Lincoln High School freshmen Logan Leon, 15, at left, most of the kids came from farming families.
and Maci Matheny, 15, clean out a stall at the school farm. Leon and
Currently, no classes meet at the newer, larger site.
Matheny are both agriculture-biology students.

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The new site, 535 acres, is all in a conservation easement for
vernal pool habitat, Trueblood said. All we can do there is graze
livestock. At this point, its just cattle. Right now, the plan is to
lease it out to local ranchers to graze.
Hugh Mooney, the California Department of education
supervisor for the Superior Region and an educational programs
consultant, said his department does not track the size of school
The largest school farm i am aware of is at Tulare High
School where they have an operating dairy, Mooney said. i
would assume the Lincoln High School farm is one of the larg-
est in the country based on acreage. very few have cattle pastures
or hundreds of acres.

The beginning class was a requirement

for my major. I loved it and eventually
became a certied welder. Now I teach it.
Student leadership and welding are my two
MorGAn PErrY
ag teacher

The western Placer Unified School District first acquired

land for the Lincoln High School farm in 1974, receiving 280
acres in surplus property from the McClellan Air Force Base
Communications annex. in 1984, a shop was added and the hay
barn was built in 1989.
Classrooms for the farm began serving students in 1998, and
in 2006, wildlands inc. donated 125 acres to the farm. Most
recently, the California Department of Transportation donated
a 530-acre property, the Mariner/Rockwell Ranch, which the
district will manage and use for cattle grazing, according to the
district. The Mariner/Rockwell Ranch is in a conservation ease-
ment, managed by the wildlife Heritage Foundation, for vernal Lincoln High School agriculture teacher Morgan Perry teaches ve welding
pools. classes at the school farm. Here, she shows off a gas metal arc welder.

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Aitken Ranch Park
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2543 Old Kenmare Drive
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McBean Park
65 McBean Park Drive
McBean Park is a 24-acre park that
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the Leathers playground, outdoor
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Palo Verde Park

680 Costa Lane
This 3-acre park features a playground,
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Pete Demas Park

1164 Stansbury Lane
This 0.8 acre pocket park features a grassy
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Peter Singer Park

371 Danbury Drive
This 5-acre park includes baseball/softball
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Scheiber Park
2472 Third Street
Scheiber Park is a 4.5-acre park with two
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Sheffield Park
681 Sheffield Lane
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Which parks are the best for barbecuing? What is the best time of year to visit the parks?
Twelve Bridges Park
2550 Eastridge Drive Many of our city parks have amenities, such as Anytime. Parks are great for family fun. Our
Twelve Bridges Park is a 5-acre park and barbecues and picnic tables. McBean Park is our city parks are most popular in the spring and
includes a baseball/softball field, soccer most popular park for social gatherings, as its summer.
field, and childrens play structure.
centrally located and has several picnic tables
and barbecues available. What kind of barbecue does the McBean
Wilson Park Barbecue Area have, or do I need to bring my
2325 E. Joiner Parkway Which parks are the best for picnics? own?
Wilson Park is a 6.5-acre park adjacent to That all depends on the user. If the social Too many details for this question. I feel like if we
Twelve Bridges Middle School, and includes
softball fields and childrens play structure. gathering will last more than an hour or two, go into detail, there is just too many questions.
and you require a barbecue, and most likely a The barbecue area at McBean is a rentable
restroom, then you can choose from McBean facility located between McBean pool and the
or Markham Park. City parks with restrooms McBean Pavilion. Rental of the barbecue area is
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Joiner Park, Markham Park, Pete Singer Park, barbecue and restrooms. Rental rates apply,
Twelve Bridges and Wilson Park have restrooms. please visit, for details.
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The McBean Barbecue Area is a covered,
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Do I need to reserve barbecues at the other Jump houses set up in any city park need to be
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This question is also tricky. This question, also permit.
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What is your favorite thing to barbecue at the
What are some rules/laws that people should park?
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annual relay for life slated may 20
Story by gloria beverage | Courtesy photos by Tony Vigil

hen a 4-year-old student at her pre-school was diagnosed with
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Relay for Life
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9 a.m.-10 p.m. May 20
I had never been to Relay (for Life). I had no clue. That year it was
held in July, the hottest July ever in Lincoln, she said. Where
Despite the miserable temperatures, Mechim drew comfort and inspi- Lincoln High School, 790 J St.
ration from the other participants. What
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That was 12 years ago. Her student is now a cancer survivor and Me-
chim is a dedicated volunteer at the annual Lincoln event.

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Each team is asked to have a member on the track at
all times to signify that cancer never sleeps.
This years event will be held from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Remember (Luminaria) Ceremony is held after dark at every Relay event.
on May 20 when cooler temps prevail at Lincoln We remember those who have lost the fight and commit to keep working
High School. for the cure, said Caron Russell, the Lincolns Relay for Life organizer.
While Relay for Life started out as a 24-hour event,
the American Cancer Society has given volunteers the represent the person who needs transportation to treatment and the
option of hosting shorter events, noted Caron Russell, person who drives them.
organizer of Lincolns Relay for the past seven years. The cars are pretty amazing, Mechim added.
Following the opening ceremonies at 9 a.m. May 20, Information about all forms of cancer and treatments available
the relay will begin with a celebration of survivors. The will be available at each teams campsite.
survivors walk the track followed by caregivers, who will At dusk, teams will begin silent laps around the tracks as lumi-
be honored for their support of cancer sufferers. naries memorializing those who have lost the battle with cancer are
Survivors will be guests of honor at a breakfast hosted lighted.
by the Lincoln Rotary Club. Its a compelling sight, Mechim said.
Throughout the day, teams will participate in a variety While the goal is to have 35 teams, Mechim expects about 500
of activities, including the Road to Recovery race. participants, including nearly 100 survivors.
Each team is invited to create a car that carries two Working for American Cancer Societys Relay for Life, Mechim
people, Russell said. acknowledges, makes me feel good. Its so rewarding. Everyone is
The two participants walking the track in the car amazing.
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Mayevents Want to submit an event to the calendar?

Tuesday, May 2 walk on a trail of pages from the

Food Mob Truck Event from 5-8 story; and is rain or shine. Info:
p.m. in downtown Lincoln at 5th Dave Matthews, (530) 878-6053,
and F Streets. Sponsored by the
Downtown Lincoln Association.
Gold Rush Stories with Gary Noy
Wednesday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Sierra College Rock-
Wine Down Wednesday from lin, Sewell Hall, room 111, 5000
5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays Rocklin Road. Cost: $5 general,
through May 17 at Vernon Street $2 students and seniors, museum
Town Square in Historic Downtown members free. Proceeds benefit
Roseville. Cost: $10 each night; the Sierra College Natural History
or $50 season pass includes all 6 Museum. Info: 916-660-7926.
weeks and a souvenir wine glass.
Info: Woof, Wine and Dine from
6-9 p.m. at Vernon Street Town
Thursday, May 4 Square, 311 Vermont St. in
May The 4th Be With You! Fun Roseville. Proceeds a benefit the
for the little ones as well as the Placer SPCA. Info: 916-782-7722,
big kids in all of us, celebrate Star 530-885-7387,
Wars day at the Lincoln Public
Library. 3:30-4:30 p.m. at 485 Rocklin Reveal 2017 at Quarry
Twelve Bridges Drive, Lincoln. Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 5460
Fifth St. in Rocklin. Free event
Friday, May 5 Tour de Lincoln features food trucks, activities
Beauty and the Beast Spring and live music. Info: recreation@
Mini Musical at 7 p.m. at Tour de Lincoln, the 16th annual Lincoln Volunteer Center benefit bike
McLaughlin Theater Company, ride offers a wonderful spring day of riding the scenic back roads of
3470 Swetzer Road in Loomis. Lincoln and South Placer County. The May 6 tour offers four courses: Saturday, May 13
Tickets: $8. Info: (916) 652-6377, The Pleasure Cruise (10 miles), The Rolling Hills (20 miles), The Country Winnie the Pooh, Kids at Climb (40 miles) and the Metric Century (63 miles). Info: 916-645-6254, 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday; 3 p.m. Sunday at McLaughlin Theatre
Saturday, May 6 Co., 3470 Swetzer Road in Loom-
Third annual Community Din- Lincoln PACE (Promoting Ageless is. Tickets: $15 general, $12
ner Bounty of Placer County The Baby Boomer Festival and Commitment To Exercise) RACE seniors/students, $8 children 12
at Casque Winery in Loomis. Expo from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the is a 10K/5K/Fun Run fundraiser and under. Info: 916-652-6377,
Tickets: Proceeds benefit Loomis Placer County Fair and Events beginning at 7:30 a.m. for local
Community Preschool. Event Center, 800 All America City Blvd. schools and Alzheimers Associ-
features food by Gourmet Garage, in Roseville. Free event focuses on ation. Race will take place along Spring Scent Container Gar-
Wine by Casque Winery and live the memories, nostalgia, dreams the beautiful trail systems within den Workshop is 11 a.m. with
local jazz band. Auction features and needs of Americas Boomer Sun City Lincoln Hills, followed by workshop that will amaze you with
the work of local artists and Generation, folks not 50 to 70 a beer garden, DJ music, dancing, container garden possibilities.
businesses. Info: 916-652-7842, years of age and includes exhibi- salsa-tasting contest, street tacos, Scents. Edibles. Expert tips by tors, live music, food, beer, wine petting zoo for kids and more. Greg Gayton, California certified
and classic care show. Proceeds Details or nursery professional, of Green
Shop for the Arts Yard Sale from the car registration benefit call 916-625-4045 Acres. Summerset Senior Living of
from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at McLaughlin various Lions Club of Newcastle Lincoln, 567 3rd Street, Lincoln.
Studio Theatre, 3470 Swetzer community projects. Info: baby- Sunday, May 7 916-409-4150, SummersetSenior-
Road in Loomis. Reserve a booth Dinosaur Day and Science For more information,
and sell your treasures: $25 Fest from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at Sierra call Erica Caldwell 916-712-9865.
reserves a space; food booths or Roseville Museum Day from College Rocklin, Natural History To reserve a spot (and a free
trucks: $125 a space. Or come 10 a.m.-2 p.m. the first Saturday Museum, 5000 Rocklin Road. lunch), call 916- 409-4150.
and shop and enjoy the food. Info: of each month at The Carnegie Cost: $5 general, $2 students
916-652-6377, Museum, 557 Lincoln St. and The and seniors, museum members Friday, May 19
Telephone Museum, 106 Vernon free. Proceeds benefit the Sierra Roseville Quilters Guild pres-
Second annual Classic Car St. in Roseville. Free for Roseville College Natural History Museum. ents: Oceans of Fabric, Waves
Show from 10 a.m. -4 p.m. at the residents. Info: Info: 916- 660-7926. of Quilts from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Placer County Fairgrounds, 800 All museum, Friday; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
American City Blvd. in Roseville. Friday, May 12 Saturday at the Lutheran Church
Cost: $20 registration before April Annual Spring Clean-Up Day Placer Nature Center presents: of the Resurrection, 6365 Douglas
29; $25 after April 30. Registra- will be 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at Lincoln Re- Story Book Trail from 10:30 Blvd. in Granite Bay. Admission:
tion open from 8-9:45 a.m. Event gional Airport, 566 Airport Road, a.m. at the Loomis Library and $7. Event features quilts, vendors,
features Pit crew competition Lincoln. City of Lincoln residents Community Learning Center, 6050 basket raffle, boutique and door
games and poker walk. Rain or only. Show ID or utility bill. Details: Library Drive in Loomis. A no-cost, prizes. Refreshments and lunch
shine event. Info: Stacey, 916- visit, 916-434-2450. unique reading experience for available. Info: rosevillequilters.
768-8092. preschool children features a org.

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Want to submit an event to the calendar?
Email Mayevents
ered vehicles. Admission for
Campfire from 7-8:30 p.m. at the spectators is free. Cash or non-per-
Maidu Museum and Historic Site, ishable food donation requested of
1970 Johnson Ranch Drive in Ros- participants. Registration 4- 6 p.m.
eville. Cost: $5 each; $16 family Show 4-9 p.m. Awards, music,
of four; 2 and under free. Hear food and drinks. Info rodsnrelics.
native stories around the campfire net or call Kent Parsell 916-434-
with roasted marshmallows. Info: 6648, or Craig Fraser 916-462-
916-774-5934, 7843.
Saturday, June 3
Lincoln Theatre Company June Craft Fair and Car Show
presents a Dazzling Disney from 9 a.m. -2 p.m. at Wheatland
Musical Adventure. Enjoy music Elementary School, 111 Hooper
from Disney movies. May 19-21 at St. All cars, trucks and cycles
Lincoln Civic Auditorium. Tickets welcome. Vendor Set up at 7:30
are: $15.50-$17.70. Info: lincoln- a.m. Cost: Vendor: $50 sponsor or 916-409- space, $25 vendor space, vehicles
7030. $11-$20 depending on type and
number. Info: 530-483-9173, she-
Saturday, May 20
Free Family Movie Night doors
open at 5:30 p.m. movie begins at 11th annual Downtown Lincoln
6 p.m. at Twelve Bridges Library, Classic Car Show, hosted by
485 Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln AirFest 2017 Rods & Relics of Lincoln Hills and
Lincoln. This program is sponsored VFW Post 3010, will be 10 a.m.-3
by Friends of Lincoln Library and Lincoln AirFest 2017 begins 6 p.m. June 9 with dinner and dance. Air p.m in downtown Lincoln. Show
Lincoln Lions. Info: 916-434-2408. show is 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m. June 10. 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. is air exhibitions, open to all 1975 and older, Amer-
model aircraft, drones and youth aerospace expo. Lincoln Regional Air- ican-made or American-powered
Night Out at the Museum: port, 1480 Flightline Drive, Lincoln. Info: vehicles. Registration before May
Opening Reception for Maidu 15 is $20, after May 15 $25. Boy
Eyes Have Shown Me from Scout breakfast 710 a.m. Info:
6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Maidu Muse- shops all while giving back to a
um and Historic Site, 1970 John- Sunday, May 29 worthy cause. Proceeds support
son Ranch Drive in Roseville. Free. Lincoln Potters FanFest will be the Placer SPCA and the Rocklin Tuesday, June 6
Exhibit on display through Aug. 5 7:05 p.m. at McBean Park Stadi- Chamber of Commerce. 6-9 p.m. Food Mob Truck Event from 5-8
and features the work of Kenneth um, McBean Park Drive, Lincoln. at Thunder Valley Casino Resort, p.m. in downtown Lincoln at 5th
Holbrook, Executive Director of the Info: 1200 Athens Ave., Lincoln. Info: and F Streets. Sponsored by the
Maidu Summit Consortium. Info: Downtown Lincoln Association.
916-774-5934, Wednesday, May 31
indianmuseum. Pure Imagination Exhibit will Friday, June 2 Wednesday, June 7
be on display May 31-July 1. Potters Lincoln Baseball Club Potters Lincoln Baseball Club
Relay for Life of Lincoln is an all- Art focuses on re-purposed old, vs Portland at 7:35 p.m. Friday vs Chico at 7:05 p.m. at McBean
day event to raise money for cancer vintage, rusty and recycled items and Saturday; 6:05 p.m. Sunday Stadium, 65 McBean Park Drive in
research, patient 24-hour support transformed. Hosted by Art League at McBean Stadium, 65 McBean Lincoln.
and rides for those in treatment. of Lincoln. See for Park Drive in Lincoln.
That is just some of the things they schedule and venue details or call Friday, June 9
do. It involves a lot of teams from 916-209-3499. Rocklin Library Super Surplus Potters Lincoln Baseball Club
the Lincoln community. There are Book Sale: Preview sale (for vs Medford at 7:35 Friday and
fun programs for all to enjoy. Foods Thursday, June 1 members only) - $2 to fill a bag Saturday; 6:05 Sunday at McBean
for purchase and games for the Potters Lincoln Baseball Club from 5-7 p.m. Friday. General Stadium, 65 McBean Park Drive in
children. 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Lincoln vs Marysville at 7:05 p.m. at public sale - $5 to fill a bag from Lincoln.
High School, 790 J St., Lincoln. McBean Stadium, 65 McBean Park 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. Both at
Drive in Lincoln. the library, 4890 Granite Drive in Saturday, June 10
Sun City Lincoln Hills Art & Rocklin. Sale sponsored by Rocklin Sierra College Patrons Spring
Craft Tour showcases dozens of g3 ~ Glitz. Glamour. & Girl- Friends of the Library. Cost to join: Fundraiser, The Vintage mar-
artists work including handmade friends is a charitable event $10 and OK to join day of sale. ketplace from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at
crafts and fine art in various media features a boutique style market- Info: the Rocklin Campus, 5100 Rocklin
fine art painting, ceramics, place with handbags, make-up, Road. Admission: $5. Parking: $3.
jewelry, photography, glass, fiber clothing, accessories, jewelry and Thunder in the Valley Show & Sale features, furniture, jewelry,
art, turned wood, water colors and more. Fashion show presented by Shine at Thunder Valley Casino garden accents, glassware and
more will be for sale. 11 a.m.-4 Maurices and incredible entertain- Resort, 1200 Athens Ave., Lincoln, ephemera. Food trucks on hand.
p.m. May 20 and 21 at Sun City ment. Guests will enjoy tastings hosted by Rods & Relics of Lincoln Bring an item for guest experts
Lincoln Hills, 965 Orchard Creek from local wineries and breweries, Hills and Thunder Valley Casino Betty Gadberry and Sandy Bryan
Lane, Lincoln. Info:, delectable bites from area restau- Resort, open to all 1975 and older, to evaluate for an informal opinion.
916-660-3031. rants and dessert from local sweet American-made or American-pow- Info:

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Mayevents Ongoing
entertainment &
community events

Live shows 1st Fridays from 6-9 p.m. the

first Friday of each month and
2nd Saturdays from 5-8 p.m.
Sun City Lincoln Hills the second Saturday of each
month at Dunns Fine Art and
Orchard Creek Lodge Amphitheater, 965 Orchard Creek Lane in Lincoln. Information and ticket sales: Framing, 96 Lincoln Blvd., Suite
(916) 408-4310, A and B in Lincoln. Meet the
featured artist, along with music,
May 1 and 2 June 8-11 snacks and wine. Gallery hours
LH Community Chorus LHP Club presents Love, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays
presents Broadway Blast through Fridays; from 10 a.m.
Loss, and What I Wore
to 4 p.m. Saturdays, closed
7 p.m. Award-winning play Sundays and Mondays. Info:
7 p.m. June 8-10; 2 p.m. June 11 (916) 587-3445.
Thursday, May 25
Cornet Chop Suey 2017 Amphitheater Free clothes to all in need
Jazz, swing, blues Concert Series: from 10 a.m. to noon the
7 p.m. Friday, June 2 fourth Friday of each month at
Lincoln Better Living Center,
Rock Baby Rock: Lance
Thursday, May 18 600 McBean Park Drive in
Lipinsky and the Lovers
Lincoln. Sponsored by the Placer
Dixieland Jazz Concert: 7:30 p.m. Benevolent Foundation and
River City Swingers local organizations. Info: (916)
New Orleans jazz Friday, June 16 316-3307.
7 p.m. Lacy J. Dalton and the Dalton
Cornet Chop Suey
Gang in Concert 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Area Archives
Friday, May 12 Museum is open from 11 a.m.
Spontaneous Shakespeare: Friday, June 30 to 3 p.m. Tuesday through
Abbacadabra: The Ultimate Friday and the first Saturday of
A presentation by Synergy
Abba Tribute each month. Walking tours are
Theater 7:30 p.m. given on the first Saturday by
5:30 p.m. reservation only. The museum is
located at 640 5th St., Lincoln.
Info: (916) 645-3800

Roseville Museum Day from

Thunder Valley Casino Resort 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the first
Saturday of each month at The
1200 Athens Ave. in Lincoln. Information and ticket sales: (916) 408-7777, Carnegie Museum, 557 Lincoln
St. and The Telephone Museum,
Saturday, May 6 The Price is Right LIVE 106 Vernon St. in Roseville. Info:,
Jake Shimabukuro two shows ... Come on
Innovative ukulele virtuoso down to win!
7:30 p.m. The No.1 Gameshow of all Jerry McClendon, a one-man
time, on stage in Lincoln band plays from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 13 4 and 8 p.m. Wednesdays at Beermanns
Legends Of Soul Tribute Restaurant, upstairs, 645 Fifth
Unforgettable Motown hits St. in Lincoln.
Friday, June 9
7:30 p.m. George Lopez Karaoke is at 7 p.m. Thursdays,
The Trifecta: Comedian, Fridays and Saturdays at Sterling
Saturday, May 20 actor, media producer Caf, 731 Sterling Parkway in
Gladiator Challenge - 8 p.m. Lincoln.
Whos the last rock stand- Karaoke is at 9 p.m. Thursdays,
Fridays and Saturdays at Dillians
ing? Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd., in
Jake Shimabukuro
7 p.m. Lincoln.

Karaoke is at 9:30 p.m. Fridays

at Orchid Thai Cuisine, 835
Twelve Bridges Blvd., Lincoln.
Farmers Markets
Open mic from 6-9 p.m. first
Outdoor Pickers Market open Boulevard and East Roseville Farmers Market from 8 a.m. Friday of the month at the Beach
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. every fourth Parkway in Roseville. Info: to 1 p.m. Saturdays at the Vernon Hut Deli, 880 Sterling Parkway, Suite 30. Info: 543-0101.
Sunday rain or shine at Hand Street Town Square in Roseville.
Pickin Emporium, 4155 Rocklin Event features certified organic The Shorties perform comedy
Road in Rocklin. Info: Barb or Bob Farmers Market from 10 fruits and vegetables, gourmet for the entire family at 7 p.m.
Pratt at a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kaiser Clinic, specialty foods, artisan and craft Saturdays at The Showdown
1001 Riverside Ave., (Riverside items along with live music from Theater, 3101 Sunset Blvd.,
Foothill Farmers Market from at Cirby), Roseville. Info: local musicians. Suite 3A in Rocklin. $12 adults,
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays $6 children and $25 for a family.
Wednesdays. Information: (916) 749-3100.
year around at Whole foods
Market at the Fountains, Galleria

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Library events
Book Club meets at 2 p.m. the second Thurs-
day of the month at Rocklin Library, Community
Room, 4890 Granite Dr., Rocklin. Info: (916)
Want to submit a club happening?
Email Areaclubs
Doggone Good Reading Group meets from
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2:30-3:30 p.m. at Rocklin Library 4890 Granite Placer Tea Party meets from 7-8:30 p.m. at Rocklin Free Open Gyms for community from 8-10 p.m. Tues-
Drive, Rocklin. Children are less hesitant to read Parks and Recreation Bldg., 5460 Fifth St. in Rocklin. days and Thursday nights at California Fame All Stars, 354
out loud to a dog than to peers. There will be two Information: Third Wednesdays. S. Sunrise Ave. Roseville. A safe place for kids ages 2 to
dogs with handlers. For ages 5 and up. Register college to practice their skills with USUASF certified coach-
to guarantee a reading time (916) 624-3133. The 5 Cities Democratic Club meets from 11:15 a.m. es standing by. Info: 408-4800. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Second Tuesday. -1:15 p.m. at Round Table Pizza, 6111 Horseshoe Bar
Family story time meets from 3:30 to 4 p.m. Road, Loomis, the third Saturday of each month. Informa- Lincoln Multiple Sclerosis meeting starts at 1 p.m. at
Wednesdays at the Twelve Bridges Library, 485 tion: Rosie at (530) 886-8199. Third Saturdays. Sun City Lincoln Hills, Kilaga Springs, Sierra Room, 1167
Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln, for ages up to 7 Sun City Blvd. Info: call Marilyn Sharp at (916) 837-4464.
with caregiver. Sponsored by Friends of Lincoln The Roseville Junction Democratic Club meets from First Tuesdays.
Library. Info: (916) 434-2408. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. the last Saturday of the month in Rose-
ville. Speakers keep you informed on the local, state and Lincoln Parkinsons Support Group meets from
The Friends of the Lincoln Library Board
national issues. Location and info: Bill, (916) 740-2889; 10-11:30 a.m. the third Tuesday of the month at Granite
of Directors meet at 2 p.m. the second
Tuesday of each month at Twelve Bridges Library, Maria, (916) 749-3898. Last Saturday. Springs Church, 1170 E. Joiner Parkway in Lincoln. Open
Fir Room, 485 Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln. to all. Info: Brenda, (916) 253-7537.
Everyone welcome.
Friends of the Roseville Public Library Business Neuropathy Support Group at 1 p.m. at Sierra Pointe
Senior Residence, 5161 Foothills Blvd. in Roseville. Info: Bev
Used Book Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. Anderson (877) 622-6298. Second Wednesdays on odd
10 at the Downtown Library, 225 Taylor St. Coffee Connection is at 8 a.m. at the Loomis Train
Depot, 5775 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Join the numbered months.
Prices: $2 hardcover, $1 paperbacks and 25-cent
childrens books. Sale also includes older sheet Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce for networking and
music and crafting books. Proceeds support the updates from Placer County officials. Bagels from Raleys Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step program, meets
Roseville Librarys program and materials budget. and coffee from Starbucks. Info: manager@loomischam- every Monday from 7 to 8 p.m. at Creekside Church,
Info: First Thursdays. 290 Technology Way, Suite 300 (near Industrial Ave.) in
Rocklin. Info: Margaret at (530) 321-2829. Mondays.
Health and Wellness Series: Ayurveda
for Everyday Living from 6:30-7:30 p.m. the The Horseshoe Bar/Penryn MAC meeting 7 p.m. at
the Loomis Veterans Memorial Hall, 5945 Horseshoe Bar Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step program, meets
third Tuesday of the month at the Loomis Library,
6050 Library Drive in Loomis. Program presented Road in Loomis. Info: (530) 889-4010 ask for the aid for every Wednesday from 6-7 p.m. at Kaiser Womens and
by The Friends of Loomis Library. Speaker: District 3. Fourth Tuesdays. Childrens Blvd, Room B18, 1640 Eureka Blvd. In Roseville.
Heather Anthony, clinical Ayurveda specialist. Info: Info: Margaret (530) 321-2829. Wednesdays.
Bonnie London, RN, friendsloomislibrary@gmail. Lincoln Business Network meets at 7:15 a.m. Fridays at
com. Awful Annies, 490 Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Business Helping TOPS meeting weigh-in is at 5:15 p.m. and meeting is
Business. Info: (916) 726-1984. First, second and third at 5:30 p.m. at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling Parkway,
Homework Center from 2:45-4:45 p.m. Fridays.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Twelve Bridges Lincoln. Meetings open to everyone. Information: Gina at
Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln. (916) 645-1256. Mondays.
Everyone welcome. Rural Lincoln MAC meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Mt.
Pleasant Hall, 3333 Mt. Pleasant Road in Lincoln. Info: TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is 10 a.m. at
Mother Goose on the Loose has two ses- Aide to District 2 at (530) 889-4010. Third Mondays. St. James Church, 479 L St., Lincoln. Information: Jackie
sions at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Thursdays at Burnett at 408-3024. Thursdays.
the Twelve Bridges Library, Lincoln. Information: Sheridan MAC meets at 7 p.m. at Stewart Hall, 6005
(916) 434-2410 or First, Camp Far West Road in Sheridan. Info: Aide for District 2 Zumba class is from 9-10 a.m. at the LDS Church, 3345
second and fourth Thursdays. at (530) 889-4010. Second Wednesdays. Margaret Drive in Loomis. Free. Information: Sharon at
Poets Club of Lincoln open mic is from 3 to (916) 580-9499. Tuesdays.
5 p.m. at Twelve Bridges Library, Willow Room,
485 Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln. Open to Health
the public. Guests can read up to three poems. Veterans
Second Sunday. Caregiver Support group meets 9-10:30 a.m. at the
12 Bridges Lincoln Library, 1285 Twelve Bridges Drive The Semper Fi Association welcomes Marines and Navy
Reading Buddies meet from 4-5 p.m. Tues- in Lincoln. Open to caregivers caring for others with any
days at Rocklin Library, 4890 Granite Dr., Rocklin. Corpsmen to their monthly breakfast meetings at 9 a.m. the
A one-on-one reading program where teens read disease or ailment. Info: Brenda Cathey, (916) 253-7537. first Monday of the month at Legends Sports Bar and Grill,
to children ages 3-5. No reservations necessary. Third Thursdays. 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. in Roseville. Info: Mike Scott,
(916) 624-3133. (916) 435-3940, First Mondays.
Celiac disease informational meeting is at 7 p.m. at
Rocklin Kids Book Club meets at 4 p.m. at Rocklin Public Library, Community Room, 4890 Granite Drive Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3010 meets the sec-
Rocklin Library, 4890 Granite Dr., Rocklin. For in Rocklin. Info: Will and Carol at (916) 663-9725. Second ond Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Veterans
students in grades 3-5. Registration required. Memorial Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. All veterans are
Info: (916) 624-3133. First Tuesday. invited to join. Bring your DD214. Second Wednesdays.
Story Time at 10:30 a.m. Fridays at the Loomis Dare2BeFit Workout Group meets at 6 a.m. Tuesdays Veterans of Foreign Wars, The Placer Patriot Post
Library, 6050 Library Drive in Loomis. Info: friend- and Thursdays at Joiner Park, 1701 Nicholaus Road in 904 meets at 7 p.m. at the Loomis Veterans Memorial
Lincoln. Free for all levels. Participants to bring mat and
water. Info: Serena Olson, (916) 295-3527, facebook. Hall, 5945 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Information:
Time for Twos meets from 10:30-11 a.m. com/dare2befit. Second Tuesdays.
Thursdays at Rocklin Library, 4890 Granite Dr.,
Rocklin. Bring your 2 year olds, come ready to Women Veterans Alliance South Placer Chapter
Emotions Anonymous Meetings from 6-7 p.m. at the meets from 6-8 p.m. at Old Town Pizza, 120 Church St.
dance, sing and look at some great books. Info:
(916) 624-3133. Roseville Downtown Library, 225 Taylor St. (inside keep in Roseville. Open to any woman currently serving or have
to right; look for EA sign on room door). A fellowship served. Info: (916) 253-7357, womenveteransalliance.
Preschool Storytime meets from 11:30 a.m. of people sharing and working on any kind of emotional org. First Tuesday.
to noon. Thursdays at Rocklin Library, 4890 Gran- issues (e.g. anxiety, depression). Info: emotionsanony-
ite Dr., Rocklin. For Preschool, ages 3-5 years Tuesdays.
old. Info: (916) 624-3133.
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, a free 12-step
Wee Read Baby Lap Sit meets from 10:30-
11:30 a.m. Fridays at Rocklin Library, 4890 program for those suffering from food obsession, over- Soroptimist International of Lincolns speaker and
Granite Dr., Rocklin. For children up to 2 years eating, under-eating or bulimia, meets 7 p.m. at St. Johns lunch meeting is from noon to 1 p.m. at Buonarrottis,
old. Info: (916) 624-3133. Episcopal Church, 2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Roseville. 460 Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Information: President Con-
Info: (781) 932-6300, (916) 761-3009, or nie Pool at (916) 300-5573. First and third Wednesdays.
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Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin meets at Loomis Lions Club meets at 12:15 p.m. the first Native Daughters of the Golden West meet at 2
5:30 p.m. the first and third Wednesdays at the Loomis Tuesday of the month at Veterans Memorial Hall, 5945 p.m. at the Veterans Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Second
Train Depot, 3883 Taylor Road, at corner of Horseshoe Horseshoe Bar Road, and the third Tuesday of the month at Thursdays.
Bar and Taylor Roads in Loomis. Visitors encouraged Secret Ravine Vineyard, 4390 Gold Trail Way, Loomis. Call
Henry at (916) 390-4884. First and third Tuesdays. Placer County Writing Group meets from 9-10:30
and welcome. Info: Erika Rotchford, eflick238@gmail. a.m. Wednesdays at The Flower Farm, Bocce Court,
com. First and third Wednesdays. 4150 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Information:
Rotary Wednesdays.
Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters meet from 6:30-7:45
p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Lincoln Rotary meeting is at noon in the Lincoln Placer County Youth Orchestra meets at 5 p.m. at
Drive in Lincoln. Information: voicesoflincoln.toastmas- Womans Clubhouse at the corner of Fifth and E streets. Olympus Jr. High School, 2625 La Croix Drive, Roseville. Second and fourth Thursdays. Information: Thursdays. Orchestra has 75 musicians and three graded orchestras
for ages 8-21. Auditions required. Info: mhartung@pcyo.
Loomis Sunset Rotary Club meets at 5:30 p.m. at org. Second Wednesday.
Toastmasters Leos Bar & Grille, 3129 Penryn Road in Penryn. $9 for
dinner and refreshments. The public is welcome. Tuesdays.
Rods & Relics of Lincoln Hills dinner meeting starts
The Toastmasters, Kaiser Thrive Talkers Speaking
Rotary Club: Rocklin, Loomis Basin meets at 5:30 at 5 p.m. with business meeting at 6:15 p.m. at Turkey
Club meets from 7:15-8:30 a.m. Tuesdays at Kaiser p.m. at The Window Box Caf, 6835 Five Star Blvd. in Creek Golf Club, 1526 Highway 193 in Lincoln. Owners
Permanente Medical Center, Building C, Room C10A, Rocklin (new site). Information: (916) 497-1321, rocklin- of 1975 and older American-made cars, American-pow-
1600 Eureka Road in Roseville. Info: ajc4771@gmail. Wednesdays. ered vehicles are welcome. Information:
com. Tuesdays. or Rich Ragan, (916) 408-1950. Third Thursdays.

Toastmasters, Articulators Speaking Club meets from

General Roseville Chapter No. 9 of the Widowed Persons
9-10:15 a.m. at 548 Gibson Drive, Ste 200, Roseville. Art League of Lincoln open membership meeting is Association general meeting and luncheon at Woodcreek
Info: (916) 624-6000. Wednesdays. at 6 p.m. at the Art League of Lincoln, 580 Sixth St. in Country Club, 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd., Roseville.
Lincoln. Information: (916) 209-3499 or info@all4art. Off Highway 65 between Blue Oaks and Pleasant Grove
American Legion net. First Wednesdays. boulevards. Info and time: Bonnie Garcia (916) 990-9751.
Second Friday.
Boy Scouts Lincoln Troop 160 meets from 7-8:30
The American Legion, James E. Fowler, Post No. p.m. Tuesdays at the Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 Fifth
264 meets at 7 p.m. the first and third Wednesday of St. in downtown Lincoln. Information: troop160lincoln. Roseville Genealogical Society meets from 1-3 p.m.
each month in the Veterans Memorial Hall, 541, Fifth org. Tuesdays. at Maidu Senior Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. in Roseville.
St. in Lincoln. Information: Commander at (916) 409- Everyone welcome. Info: Second Tuesday.
6750 or First and third Bridges Faith Base Singles Group, meets from
Wednesdays. 7-8:30 p.m. Thursdays at Life Community Church, Roseville Historical Society meets at 4 p.m. at the
10020 Foothills Blvd. in Roseville. Childcare provided. Carnegie Museum, 557 Lincoln St., Roseville. Everyone is
The American Legion, John A. Stacker Post No. Info: Thursdays. invited. (916) 773-3003. Second Tuesday.
775 meets at 6 p.m. the first Monday of the month at
CoDA Twelve-Step Group meets at 7 p.m. Mondays
the Loomis Veterans Memorial Hall, Legion room, 5945 Silver Star Parlor No. 63, Native Sons of the Gold-
at the Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church, The
Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Open to veterans and en West meets at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Area Archives
Youth Center, 5400 Barton Road in Loomis. Open meet-
those currently in active duty. Info: Fuzzy Jarnagin at (916) Museum, 640 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Information: President
ing for anyone seeking healthy and loving relationships
798-8586, or Tom Jones at (916) 645-1644. Third Thursdays.
with others and ourselves. Information: Sandy at (916)
First Mondays.
865-7514 or Joyce at (916) 955-3822. Mondays.
Sons In Retirement Bocce Group meets from 10
Kiwanis GriefShare meets from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays
through May 2 at Granite Springs Church, 1170 E. Join-
a.m.-noon Wednesdays at The Flower Farm, 4150
Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Information: flower-
Lincoln Kiwanis dinner meeting is at 6 p.m. the first er Parkway in Lincoln. A faith-based support group for Wednesdays.
Tuesday of the month; breakfast meetings from 7 to 8 a.m. people grieving the death of someone close to them.
all other Tuesdays at Buonarrotis, 460 Lincoln Blvd. Guests Info: (916) 645-9620, Tuesdays. Sons in Retirement, Lincoln/Roseville branch, meets
are welcome. Information: President Patricia Everett at from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. meets from 11:30 a.m.
(916) 201-4608 or Tuesdays. Del Oro Moms in Prayer meets from 8:14-9:30 --1:30 p.m. at Catta Verdera Golf and Country Club (New
a.m. Wednesdays. Information: Cathy at (916) 652- Location), 1111 Catta Verdera in Lincoln. Lunch: $20 for
Kiwanis Club of Rocklin meets at 11:45 a.m. 5658. Wednesdays. a three course meal. Guest speaker: Ed Page talks about
Thursdays (except the third Thursday) at Strikes Family Fun
Center, 5681 Lonetree Blvd. in Rocklin. Info: Marie, (916) trip to Cuba. Info: Chet Winton (916) 408-8708. Third
Fellowship of Christian Athletes breakfast and Tuesdays.
315-8699. Every Thursday but the third. speaker at 8 a.m. the second Friday of the month at Lin-
coln Hills Community Church, 950 East Joiner Parkway
Kiwanis Club of Rocklin meets at 6 p.m. the third Winds of Faith community Band Rehearsals from
Thursday of each month for dinner at Strikes Family Fun in Lincoln. Breakfast: $10. Info: Rodger Oswald (916)
7-9 p.m. at Olympus Jr. High School, 2625 La Croix Drive
Center, 5681 Lonetree Blvd. in Rocklin. Info: Marie, (916) 543-2032. Second Fridays, except for December.
in Roseville. Info: Van B. Crane, (707)363-1679, vcrane@
315-8699. Third Thursdays. Lincoln Dirt Gardeners Club meets at 1 p.m. at Tuesdays.
Kiwanis of Lincoln Foothills lunch meeting is from Lincoln City Hall, 600 Sixth St., 311. Information: Pat
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. the first and third Fridays of the Roemer at (916) 408-8026. Third Tuesdays. Womans Club of Lincoln meets at 1 p.m. the fourth
month at Turkey Creek Country Club, 1525 Highway Tuesday of each month followed by meeting at 1:30
193 in Lincoln. Lunch available for $13. Guests wel- Lincoln Golden Club meets at noon at Lincoln Veter- p.m. at 499 5th St. in Lincoln. Guests welcome.
come. RSVP and information: Rae at (916) 251-6241. ans Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Meetings are followed
Info: Fourth
First and third Fridays. by potluck luncheon and bingo. Information: Mary Weir
at (916) 645-2818. First Wednesdays.

Lions Newcastle Contra Costa Dance, newcomers ori- Womens Success Today monthly meeting at 1:30
entation at 7:30 p.m. starts at 8 p.m. at the Newcastle p.m. at Claim Jumpers, 250 Harding Blvd. in Roseville.
Lincoln Hills Lions Club meets at noon at the Lincoln Portuguese Hall, 690 Taylor Road, Newcastle. Cost Guests welcome. Info:, Dr.
Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Info: Sue or is $5 for kids, $8 for adults or $20 max for families. Pat Gayman, 409-9227, Second
Bob at (916) 543-0002. First and third Thursdays. Beginners welcome, no partner necessary. Info: Thursday. or Lonna at 530-346-0099. Third
Lincoln Host Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. at the Veter-
ans Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Information: lincolnlions- First and third Mondays.

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Recipes and Photos By Noelle konrad

Arugula salads highlight peppery flavor

Apple Arugula Salmon Salad
Spring is finally here! No more Ingredients: serves 2 Arrange arugula in a bunch on a plate.
time buried under heavy blankets and 2 (7 ounces) filet of salmon Place skillet over medium heat and warm olive oil.
eating foods that are just the same. 1 tablespoon minced garlic
2 tablespoons olive oil Sautee garlic until fragrant.
While those meals are enjoyable
Pink Himalayan salt and pepper to taste Sprinkle salt and pepper on raw salmon and pat the spices
during the winter months, in the
(I use a good amount of salt) in.
spring you just want something light Two large handful of arugula Once the oil is heated add the salmon fillets skin side up.
and tangy. Nothing says crisp like 1 large organic green apple Cook for 12 minutes on each side. Keep a close eye on them,
a fresh green apple. The tartness of 1 organic ripe avocado some will cook faster or take longer depending on thickness.
the apple and the homemade lemon Remove from heat and set aside.
dressing is married with the bitter Dressing: (use only a little)
1 tablespoon lemon juice Slice the apple and avocado and place over arugula.
arugula and savory salmon. A delight
1 teaspoon olive oil In a separate dish mix lemon juice, olive oil and salt to make
for the tastebuds and a perfect lunch
A good pinch of pink Himalayan salt dressing.
option that makes you feel as good
Lay the salmon on the bed of green and lightly dress with
as it tastes. Lets make health the
lemon dressing.
biggest trend in spring 2017.
Enjoy the bright green and delicious taste.

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Breakfast Salad
Salad can very well be a breakfast meal. In fact, it is suggested to
eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.
This salad is a breakfast meant for a king. Eating first thing in the
morning makes me feel amazing and healthy for the duration of the
day. A granola bar just doesnt seem to cut it. Greens are great for
getting your body to wake-up! Top with bacon, avocado and a fried
egg for a delicious savory jump start to the day. Avocado is a great in-
gredient that will aid in keeping that full satisfied feeling until lunch
time. Keep the egg yoke soft to work as a dressing.

the pan to fry.

Serves 2 Add 1 teaspoon of water to the pan and cover to allow eggs to steam. (This
1 large handful of spinach helps the eggs not stick to pan as well.) Optional crack yoke for a fully
1 large handful of arugula cooked yoke or leave intact for a runny yoke.
2 eggs Remove eggs from pan and set aside.
2 tablespoons olive oil plus 1 teaspoon Add 1 teaspoon of olive oil to the pan and sautee the onion until fragrant.
1 ripe avocado
Remove from heat and add to the salad mix.
4 strips of bacon
yellow onion diced Slice the ripe avocado and arrange on greens.
*Optional: 1 sweet potato Cook bacon as desired. I prefer very crunchy bacon and cook mine on a
microwave-safe tray for 6 minutes.
Place bacon and eggs with the greens and serve.
Arrange the spinach and arugula on a plate or in a serving bowl.
Enjoy breakfast of kings.
Heat olive oil over medium heat on a skillet. Once hot, crack the eggs into

apricot Arugula Salad

Spring is here! Just like we get Salad Ingredients:
the hankering to spring clean the 2 cups mixed greens
home, we also feel the need to 1 cup arugula

clean out our bodies from all the cup dried apricot
warm comfort foods that have
ripe avocado
red onion
helped sustain us in the dark
Candied Pecan:
days of winter. Salads are a fresh 1 tablespoon grass-fed butter
way to welcome the beginning of 2 tablespoons local honey
warmer weather. Open up all the cup pecans
windows and set up a salad bar Honey Mustard Dressing:
in your kitchen with all of your cup dijon mustard
favorite fruit and veggie top- cup local honey
2 tablespoons organic olive oil
pings. I personally love having
fruit in my salad. One of my
go-to salads is a honey mus- In a large bowl or plate arrange the
tard apricot arugula salad with lettuce and combine mixed greens
homemade candied pecans and and arugula. Slice dried apricot
more toppings. A little crunchy, and cut avocado into cubes. Slice
red onion into strips.Melt butter
a little sweet, and a whole lot of
and honey in a pan over medium
tasty is such a simple dish. Add heat. Add pecans and toast until
chicken or shrimp to make it a well coated and aromatic. Add all
full meal or enjoy alongside that topping onto the lettuce greens.
first barbecue of the season. Toss if desired. In a separate dish
mix honey, dijon, and olive oil to
make dressing. Drizzle on top of
salad to desire amount and enjoy!
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