Rain on the horizon
Monday looks like it will probably be the hottest day of the week. Temperatures in the Sacramento region will come close to 100 degrees today. And the humidity is quite cloying, thanks to the remnants of the ex-hurricane Delores. The rest of the week looks manageable with maximum temperatures in the low 90s and high 80s.
The second annual Sacratomato Week kicks off today at restaurants and watering holes near Sutter’s Fort and feature the region’s signature product: the tomato.
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Tomato-themed edibles and beverages will fill menus at participating locations such as Cafe Bernardo, Centro and Cocina Mexicana. It leads up to the all-day Sacratomato Festival planned for the Sutter District on Saturday.
Find more information at http://sacb.ee/3MeI or call 916-442-1500.
Disabled student programs
The California Community College Board of Governors will consider revising the Disabled Student Programs and Services by adding three new disability categories, along with updating language and staffing requirements.
One of the proposed changes is to add a new category for the autism spectrum.
The meeting is at noon at 1102 Q St. in Sacramento.
Story time at the Railroad Museum
KCRA news anchor Edie Lambert will be reading the children’s book “The Little Engine That Could” during story time at 11 and 11:30 a.m. at the California State Railroad Museum.
The program costs $10 for adults, $5 for youths ages 6 to 17 and is free for children under 5.
Find more information at www.csrmf.org or 916-323-9280.