With a brisk finishing kick, the fundraising campaign to bring two impoverished but talented Kenyan runners to Sacramento to compete in the California International Marathon surpassed its monetary goal by noon Tuesday.
For cancer patients and survivors. Taught by Nandi Szabo, a registered dance-movement therapist and expressive-arts therapist.
Stigma, prejudice and bias have been themes in the news. Recently, commentators speculated about the Supreme Court decisions about affirmative action and gay marriage policies that seek to assure equal treatment under the law.
CONTINUING - Donate toys for Shriners Hospitals for Children Northern California. Girl Scout Troop 1155 will be collecting toys, school supplies and craft supply donations
Friday, Teen Yoga for Fitness and Fun
Californians typically weigh about 10 pounds more today than they did fifteen years ago, according to the latest federal data.
The public will have an opportunity to join one of the winners from "The Biggest Loser" in a one-mile walk Saturday around the Roseville Galleria.
TODAY- Dementia workshop, a Dementia Education Series designed to provide education and encouragement for caregivers and individuals who would like to learn more about memory loss.
American Canyon Trail, Quarry/Brown's Bar/Cool Loop and Quarry/American Canyon/Robie Trail Loop
Omaha, Neb.-based Complete Nutrition, a nutritional supplement retailer and health/fitness consultant, aims to make a push in Sacramento and other Northern California cities over the next three years.
Skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to "know the code," basic safety practices endorsed by experts as part of the industry's "Skier and Snowboarder Responsibility Code."