Dishin’ With Tina: Tony Baloney’s
5059 College Oak Dr.
Yuba City 9/11 Remembrance
Today the Tri Counties Blue Star Moms are hosting the 9/11 Remembrance, 15 Year Anniversary at Yuba City High School, Honker Stadium.
The Yuba City High School Honker Stadium
Today Starting at 8:30am
Museum of Forgotten Warriors
At the age of ten, Dann Spear, founder of the Museum of the Forgotten Warriors, started collecting military memorabilia, patches and photos from his friends to whom he wrote while they served in the Viet Nam War. 1981, after displaying portions of his collection throughout Northern California, Dann and his good friend, John Showers, began work on what was to be the first museum building. The official opening was in January 1985, with Brigadier General Don Matson in attendance as the guest speaker. The over 46,000 artifacts in it have continued to grow.
5865 A Road
Back To College
As Fall approaches, it’s time to deck out your homes with those oranges, browns, and yellow colors! From the color scheme to the final touches, there are endless opportunities for you to personalize home and turn it into Fall! This morning Cambi is at IKEA with Hans Greenawalt who is showing her how to get ready and all into Fall with organization and fall trends!
9/11 Memorial Stair Climb
Keeping the Vow to Never Forget the Firefighters of 9/11 who lost their lives in 2001, today Sacramento Area Firefighters will honor all 343 during Sacramento’s 7th annual 9/11 Memorial Climb. At the conclusion of the climb, the final bell will be rung as each name is placed on the 9/11 Memorial. This is an event that honors all men who lost their lives. Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District (Metro Fire) provides professional and compassionate protection, education and service to all-risk emergency hazards and incidents.
801 K Street
Run to Remember
Today, Downtown Sacramento is remembering all of the victims of September 11th, 2001. The Run To Remember 5K Run/Walk will take place to give those who vowed to “Never Forget” the opportunity to exercise that vow. Today as runners cross the finish line they will get American flags that represent an American who lost their life on 9/11/2001. Each American Flag will be placed next to a nameplate engraved with the name of an American who did not return home. When the Run To Remember is completed, nearly 3000 flags will stand united in the Memorial as a tribute to those that were lost.
Fairytale Town: Jack & The Beanstalk
Franco Joseph Bilotta was born on November 13, 1991, and on April 5, 1994, passed away after never regaining consciousness after falling in his grandparent’s pool. When he passed Franco’s parents did something they never thought they’d do, contacted the Sierra Donor Services and donated both of his corneas and his heart valves. Franco’s uncle and godfather approached his parents with keeping his memory and started an account as a way to memorialize Franco. Fairy Tale Town was suggested and in May of 1997, the Jack and the Beanstalk structure was completed in Franco’s honor. And now, almost 20 years later, Fairy Tale Town was able to renovate the structure and are hosting a re-dedication this morning with Franco’s mom LeAna doing the ribbon cutting.
3901 Land Park Dr
Modesto Fashion Week
A week dedicated to all things fashion is happening right here in Modesto! Modesto Fashion Week, a multi-day, multi-event celebration of clothes, beauty and the art therein, is set for Wednesday through Sunday, Sept. 14-18. From Fashion themed art displays, fashion shows, and show case of local designers from in and around the area!
Regional Shooting Champion
A local woman is preparing to go the American Marksman National Shooting competition in Talladega, Alabama. She is going against 8 women, only 4 will make it to the final, and one, only one will win $50,000and the title of American Marksman.
Did you say Tamales!!? It’s the Second Annual Tamale Festival! The San Joaquin Tamale Festival brings together the spirit of live music and great plated foods with locally inspired cuisine and wines from California. Enjoy fun activities for the whole family. You’ll get live entertainment throughout the day and professional cooking demonstrations!
San Joaquin County Fairgrounds
1658 S Airport Way
StocktonToday 10am – 8pm
Stockton Beer Week Brew Fest
Today is the kick off of Stockton’s Beer week! What better way to put a little hop in your step than with a brew fest event! Local brewers from around the area will be pouring their beers for tasting, food, and appetizers to enjoy, and plenty of beer related games! From beer pong, to life-size Jenga! Heather is checking it out!
248 W Fremont St,
Stockton, CA 95203
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Stockton Beer Week 16th-25th
Football Gear For Kids
Football season officially kicks off today and if you want to show your pride, Loyal Roots is back again to show you their designs. This year, they even have stuff for the kiddos!
Neil Young Tribute Band
This morning the studio is getting rocked with a Neil Young Tribute act called Tribe of the Red Horse! Tribe of the Red Horse delivers the guitar tone, harmonies and raw energy that Neil Young and Crazy Horse are known and loved for!! They perform around the Bay Area, and most recently, Sacramento!
Tribe of the Red Horse
Appearing: Oct. 1st
Harlow’s in Sacramento
Distracted Driving Simulator
Did you know traffic safety experts say distracted driving claims more than 3,000 lives and causes more than 400,000 injuries every year? To combat these tragedies, Allstate is taking its Reality Rides® distracted-driving simulator on a 20-city national tour this year, to teach drivers about the dangers of not paying attention behind the wheel. On Tuesday the simulator will make a stop at the California State Capitol, for Sacramento drivers to give it a try.
Allstate “Reality Rides”
Tues. Sept. 13th: 11:30am-1pm
Ever wonder what the best places to eat and shop at Sacramento are? Well, now there is a book that’ll give you all those answers you may have been wondering about! Inside Sacramento: The Most Interesting Neighborhood Places in America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital was just released and is published by Cecily Hastings, who publishes a portfolio of 5 neighborhood monthlies. The first of its kind soft-bound book is a photo-driven curated city guide organized by 8 city neighborhoods and featuring 101 locally-owned places to eat, shop and explore.
Sept. 24th: 11am-6pm