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Calistoga Invites You to Celebrate the Season with Holiday Festivities

Calistoga Invites You to Celebrate the Season with Holiday Festivities

Spread some cheer this Dec. during Calistoga’s Holiday Village. From Dec. 6-7, 2014 Calistoga will be transformed into a winter wonderland filled with fun activities to be enjoyed with friends and family during this wonderful time of year. 

Calistoga welcomes visitors with a cheerful atmosphere and shops aglow with a fully decorated celebration of family and friends in the Holiday Village. Visitors can shop for the perfect holiday gift while enjoying holiday refreshments and the heart-warming song of Christmas Carolers. The weekend will feature a variety of activities for the entire family.

"Holiday Visions!"

"Holiday Visions!"

Come one come all to this family holiday concert entitled "Holiday Visions!" at the Crowne Plaza Sacramento Northeast. The Sacramento Symphonic Winds is a 60-piece adult symphonic band conducted by Dr. Les Lehr.  Selections will include White Christmas by Berlin, music and narrations of Peter and the Wolf  by Prokofiev and Tubby the Tuba by Kleinsinger, Carol of the Bells by Leontovich, Christmas Sing-Along by Lovrien, and more! Visit our web site at <http://www.sacwinds.org
 
 
 More info:
 
Concert:  Sacramento Symphonic Winds, a 60-piece symphonic band
Concert Title:  "Holiday Visions!"
Date/Time: Sunday, December 14, 2014, 2:30 pm. Doors open at 2 pm

"Holiday Visions!"

"Holiday Visions!"

Come one come all to this family holiday concert entitled "Holiday Visions!" at the Crowne Plaza Sacramento Northeast. The Sacramento Symphonic Winds is a 60-piece adult symphonic band conducted by Dr. Les Lehr.  Selections will include White Christmas by Berlin, music and narrations of Peter and the Wolf  by Prokofiev and Tubby the Tuba by Kleinsinger, Carol of the Bells by Leontovich, Christmas Sing-Along by Lovrien, and more! Visit our web site at <http://www.sacwinds.org
 
 
 More info:
 
 Concert:  Sacramento Symphonic Winds, a 60-piece symphonic band
 Concert Title:  "Holiday Visions!"
 
Date/Time: Sunday, December 14, 2014, 2:30 pm. Doors open at 2 pm

Sacramento Museums Fall for Halloween & Harvest Fun in October

Sacramento Museums Fall for Halloween & Harvest Fun in October

In addition to its fascinating Gold Rush past, the Sacramento area is rich with an amazing array of state-of-the-art museums and historic sites that offer visitors the chance to explore California’s fine art, history, science, and wildlife treasures all year long.  In October, many of the 30 members of Sacramento Association of Museums (SAM) are offering fun Halloween and harvest-related events and activities sure to get guests in a festive spirit, including:

 

“Going Batty” at the Discovery Museum Science & Space Center -- October 4 & 5

2014 Weekly Challenge #37: Fuel Your Body with the GOOD Stuff

2014 Weekly Challenge #37: Fuel Your Body with the GOOD Stuff

2014 Weekly Challenge #37: Fuel Your Body with the GOOD Stuff

One of the goals of Mama Bootcamp is clean and healthy eating. This isn't about weight, its about HEALTH.

Food is your body's fuel. When you feed your body crap, you feel like crap. If you eat the good stuff, you feel good - great even! Its as simple as that.

Rocklin Area Chamber Hosts Evening in the Park Concert Series

Rocklin Area Chamber Hosts Evening in the Park Concert Series

Every year, the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the summer concert series: Evening in the Park located at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin.

This free, fun, family event is open to all residents in the Rocklin and surrounding areas! Businesses are encouraged to take part of the Friday night concerts by either sponsoring the event, or by having a business booth out there. The average attendance of patrons to Evening in the Park is 500-1,000 each night.

Each concert that is hosted has a different theme and style of music. For 2014, the themes for Evening in the Park are:
 

Parents - Beware! From One Teen To You!

Parents - Beware!  From One Teen To You!

Parents – Beware….

Depression!  You’ve seen it…heard about it…felt it…yet!  As a parent, you might not understand it through the eyes of your child. 

Depression is becoming less visible to those who can help, because of social media allowing the privacy of such thoughts, only shared to other teens. 

On social media, whom are the teens reaching out to? 

Through trending on social media networks, self-harm is becoming more and more transparent to other teens that are not in a position to help depressed students.     

For example, as a young teen, myself, when I go on Instagram, it is shocking how many teens are posting photos which are upsetting and depressing.  Teens are showing in their photos that life is horrible and not worth living.