Show Info. – 9/22/16

Daily List: Finally Got Reading Glasses? 3 Ways You’re Trashing Those Pricy Peepers
If you’ve finally had to invest in a pair of reading glasses, you probably started off taking good care of them! now, instead of putting them back in their case, they’re rolling around in the bottom of your purse or in your car’s console — or, you think you’re taking good care of them, when you’re not. On the Daily List this morning, three ways you’re trashing those pricey peepers!
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Six Flags Virtual Roller Coaster
2001 Marine World Pkwy., Vallejo
(707) 643-6722
http://www.sixflags.com/discoverykingdom

Tummy’s Sub Shop
741 M St., Rio Linda
916.243.3088
https://www.facebook.com/Tummys-Sub-Shop-149394981843436/

NCIS: L.A. 
2-hour Season Premiere
Sunday, Sept. 25
7:30pm
On CBS13

Little Lemon That Lept
its the story about a little lemon that show us how to embrace our differences…that weird is wonderful. it’s a great lesson for kids! Local authors and mom and a daughter duo are taking that lesson into the classroom and helping teachers have a conversation with students!
http://www.thelittlelemonthatleapt.com

Re-create Pop-Up
We’re checking out the maker mobile!! A pop-up maker space on wheels that brings tech and creative tools to schools and community events.! We’ll check it out before the big launch party this weekend!

Maker Mobile Launch Party
Saturday, September 24
Recreate Eco-art Center
Roseville
6:30-9:30p
8417 Washington Blvd. #135

MacGyver
We’re live with the stars of the new CBS series “MacGyver”, premiering tomorrow on CBS13!

Premieres Tomorrow (Friday 9/23)
Airs Fridays at 7pm on CBS13

WestGems Australian Cattle Dogs & Chihuahuas

Facebook Page | Carmichael Community Blog

Barbershop Quartet
City Famous Barber Shop
430 M St., Rio Linda
916.956.1047

Dickey’s New Menu
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit just got a new menu and it’s cheaper and healthier!

5110 Laguna Boulevard
Elk Grove
http://www.dickeys.com

Eat Like a Lumberjack
Lumberjacks, home of big portions of country-style home-cooked meals, is celebrating National Lumberjack Day by encouraging diners to dress like lumberjacks and will give away a free short stack of pancakes to anyone who says, “I love lumberjacks!” inside the restaurant before 11 a.m. on September 26.

Lumberjacks locations:

Sacramento
5820 Madison Ave.
Sacramento
916.349.9848
lumberjacksrestaurant.com

Grass Valley
2075 Nevada City Hwy
Grass Valley, CA 95945
(530) 477-8900

Yuba City
1025 Colusa Avenue
Yuba City, CA 95991
(530) 673-3270

Stockton
3113 W. Benjamin Holt Drive
Stockton, CA 95219
(209) 951-1988

I’m Cute…Adopt Me!!!
Sacramento SPCA
6201 Florin Perkins Road
Sacramento
916.383.7387
http://www.sspca.org

Taylor’s Backyard
Volunteers and Rocklin police officers are getting together to fix up the backyard of a girl with leukemia who can’t play at the park.

Taylor Lee’s Butterflies
http://www.facebook.com/Taylorleesbutterflies
http://www.gofundme.com/m5jtjafh

Jelly Belly Candypalooza
Jump up for jelly beans!  Jelly Belly’s 4th annual Candy Palooza is this weekend!  Melissa’s live in Fairfield with an exclusive preview of some of the new exhibits and of course tasting some candy!

September 24, 25
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
http://www.candypalooza.jellybelly.com

6th Annual Hair & Fashion Battle
The 6th annual hair & fashion battle stomps on with all-stars fabbing to the finish. We get a preview from the winners of the past 5 years who will meet each other on the runway this weekend!

Hair & Fashion Battle All-Stars
The Center 2300
2300 Sierra Blvd., Sacramento
Saturday
6:30 pm
$30-$40

Blue-Ribbon Brunch
Farm to fork at an actual farm!  There’s a special brunch where chefs will make farm inspired food…and there area only 100 tickets available!

Sunday, October 2
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Tickets – $100/person
(916) 263-3276
http://www.castatefair.org/brunch

Manly Minute: 5 Numbers Every Man Needs
A Rolodex held a bunch of easy-to-access index cards upon which its owner had written the contact information of folks who were handy to know, both professionally and personally. It wasn’t so much for friends and family; you generally (at least in those days) memorized their contact info and could dial them up at any time. But say you needed an electrician. Or a lawyer. Or a clergyman. Rather than digging through the phone book, you’d simply look through your Rolodex for the information of someone you had contact with in the past. Here are the five numbers you need.
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