Norwood Avenue I-80 on-ramp closes
The state Department of Transportation reports that the Norwood Avenue on-ramp to westbound Interstate 80 will be closed for 22 days for continued construction work in North Sacramento beginning at 10 p.m. Monday. A detour route has been set up. Caltrans urges motorists to plan for additional travel time or to use alternate routes. Local cross streets remain open for northbound and southbound vehicles. The roadwork is part of the ongoing “80 Across the Top” project that covers about 10 miles from the Sacramento River to Watt Avenue.
Food for Thought event at church
Food for Thought, an event featuring short film screenings, a panel discussion and a resource fair exploring the connections between hunger, poverty and human trafficking, is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. at Riverside Wesleyan Church in Sacramento. Light refreshments will be served. There will also be a food collection for Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. The event, at 6449 Riverside Blvd., is free, but a suggested donation of unexpired, nonperishable food is encouraged. The Sacramento Rescue & Restore Coalition and Sacramento Metropolitan Lions Club are hosting the event.
Adult school classes are beginning
Folsom Cordova Adult School starts its spring semester on Monday with programs in English as a second language, high school equivalency, high school diploma, parenting education and career technical education. The main campus is in the Community Educational Center, 10850 Gadsten Way, Rancho Cordova. For information, call 916-635-6810.
Things to do
The Gregory Kondos art exhibit starts a months-long run at 8 a.m. Monday at Robert T. Matsui Gallery in Sacramento City Hall. This exhibition features landscape lithographs and archival prints by Kondos, a longtime teacher at Sacramento City College. The event is sponsored by the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission.