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Health & Human Services Winters Service Center Grand Opening Nov. 13

Health & Human Services Winters Service Center Grand Opening Nov. 13

The Yolo County departments of Employment & Social Services and Health Services invite the community to celebrate the grand opening of the Yolo County Health & Human Services Winters Service Center, located at 111 East Grant Avenue in Winters, on Thursday, November 13 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.

The Winters Service Center opened its doors on October 20 to provide employment services; eligibility services for CalFresh, CalWORKs, Medi-Cal and other public assistance programs; children’s mental health services (two days per week); and beginning January 1, Women, Infants and Children (WIC) services (two days per month).

Chris Proctor Concert and Workshop

Chris Proctor Concert and Workshop
Chris Proctor Concert and Workshop
11-15-2014 - 11-15-2014
Davis Arts Center
http://www.davisartscenter.org/events/event/chris-proctor-in-concert/
Admission: Adult Advance $18 Adult Door $20 Seniors & Students Advance $13 Seniors & Students Door $15 Children (ages 0-12) Advance $8 Children (ages 0-12) Door $10
 
(530) 756-4100
office@davisartscenter.org
https://53653.blackbaudhosting.com/53653/Chris-Proctor-Fingerstyle-Guitar
Start Time(s): Sat 7:30pm-9pm
Davis Arts Center presents Chris Proctor, National Fingerstyle Guitar Champion and popular Sugarhouse, Rounder, Flying Fish, and Windham Hill recording artist
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Winters Community Library Open House Celebrates 5th Anniversary November 5

Winters Community Library Open House Celebrates 5th Anniversary November 5

In celebration of Yolo County’s Winters Community Library’s fifth year in its current location at 708 Railroad Avenue in Winters, an open house will be held on Wednesday, November 5, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.

The open house will include activities for all ages, including crafts, story time and light refreshments.  The Balloon Lady will be in attendance as well as a number of community groups showcasing their talents, including the Needle Arts group, the RPG group (teen gaming) and the Book Menders.  The Yolo Reads literacy program will be playing word games such as Apples to Apples and Bananagrams, and the Tales 4 Tails program will allow kids to read aloud to a trained therapy dog.

“Come celebrate the Winters Community Library with us and enjoy good food and good company on November 5,” said Yolo County Librarian Patty Wong.

Found: Halloween Funtivities

Found: Halloween Funtivities

By Ashley Robinson Originally posted Oct. 18, 2012

Updates By Jamee Villa & Chantel Elder Oct. 15, 2014

October is the best month of the year. I mean, how amazing is it when it’s 100 degrees one day, and a crisp 76 the next? It’s like Mother Nature finally let out a deep breath and the world sprung to life with golden leaves and bright blue skies and white fluffy clouds and a soft breeze … and yes, I love October.

But what makes this month particularly important is the celebration of the year’s best holiday: Halloween. I am a fiend for it. I spend the entire month trying to find scary books, watching scary movies – even ones like “The Others” and “The Sixth Sense” in which the ending makes up the whole point of the movie – and going places that embrace the Halloween spirit.

Here are some of my local(ish) suggestions to get into the holiday spirit in the Sacramento area... Read More

Arts center hosts acclaimed dance group's sole U.S. performance

Arts center hosts acclaimed dance group's sole U.S. performance

“iTMOi’ explores through movement and sound the creation of “The Rite of Spring.”

The Akram Khan Company performed its newest theatre/dance piece, “iTMOi,” in Moscow at the start of October. At the end of the month it will be on stage in Montreal. In between the company will give the only U.S. performance, and that will be at the University of California, Davis... Read More

October Gardening Class at the Community Garden

October Gardening Class at the Community Garden

Attention Yolo County gardeners and garden enthusiasts!  The Hanna and Herbert Bauer Community Garden in Woodland is hosting a class entitled, “Cover Cropping for Better Spring Soil” on Wednesday, October 22, 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.  The class is free and open to all.

This class, taught by David Linebarger, garden assistant and graduate from the UC Davis Sustainable Agriculture Department, will help participants understand what cover crops are, the types of plants that make ideal cover crops for fall and winter in our region, and how to use cover crops to improve your soil.  Cover cropping is a great low-maintenance technique for getting your soils ready for spring and summer plants.

The community garden program is committed to offering garden-based technique and nutrition classes to help the community grow fresh food and live healthier lives. 

West Sacramento Job Fair October 29 - Woodland Job Talk October 21

West Sacramento Job Fair October 29 - Woodland Job Talk October 21

The Yolo County Department of Employment & Social Services, in partnership with the City of West Sacramento, the West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce and the Yolo County Workforce Investment Board, will be holding a job fair on Wednesday, October 29, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the City of West Sacramento Galleria, located at 1110 West Capitol Avenue in West Sacramento.