At McClatchy Park, on April, Saturday 14th, a celebration of Oak Park schools will be held. It’s a free event, with free haircuts for kids. There will be live music, food, and resources for the community, as well as performances by students in the Oak Park area.
This festival is meant to be fun for the whole family, and it encourages stronger communities that know each other better. The schools and students of Oak Park have had many accomplishments and successes. This event recognizes the hard work of Oak Park students and teachers alike.
Vendors will be on hand to help the community recognize some organizations that can help them. Hot dogs will also be cooked for the celebrations, with help from community firefighters. So far, over 700 people are planning to attend.
As Oak Park grows and strengthens as a community, more and more opportunities for socialization appear. The celebration of the schools and students of Oak Park is a great way to connect with neighbors and to support the local community. Plus, it gives students the opportunity to go out in a safe environment and socialize with each other.
Those who want to attend should come to McClatchy Park, on 3500 5th Avenue in Sacramento. The event will be on Saturday, April 14th, from 12:00pm-3:00pm.
In this video, I go to Carmichael Park to discuss the different types of activities that they hold there. I also discuss how Carmichael Park allows Visions in Educations to hold their activities at the park as well.
Covered California is hosting the Healthy Kids Day event on Saturday, October 3rd from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Sleep Train Arena. Healthy Kids Day is aimed to help the community of Sacramento gather information on matters such as dental, medical and vision services for children.
The Healthy Kids Day event will have various activities to help keep children stay safe and healthy such as flu shots for all ages, healthy lunches, a free farmers market, and much more.
“We’re doing dental screening for children and adults and of course, we’re providing health coverage information for everyone eligible for medi-cal or covered california,” says Kelly Bennett-Wofford, the Executive Director with Covered California. “We’re also enrolling (people in) a nutrition program such as Calfresh.”
Last year’s 14th annual event had many fun activities for children such as a smoothie bike, a hula hoop contest, and more. They also had the Sacramento Kings Dancers and the Grant High School drumline. If you need assistance on traveling to this event, there is a free shuttle service that will take people from South Sacramento straight to the event.
For more information on The Healthy Kids Day event at Sleep Train Arena, visit http://sacramentocovered.org/healthykidsday2015/
Thursday, April 10th, 2014 was a huge day for many people in Downtown Sacramento. With contestants skilled with diverse talents such as salsa dancing to mind-blowing yoga, Sacramento Has Talent left the crowd charmed and mesmerized.