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Today in Sacramento: Here’s what you need to know for Monday

‘The Claw’ returns to Sacramento

“The Claw” leaf collection returns to Sacramento streets. The city will send out 10 to 15 crews using the front-scooping machines and the companion rear-loader vegetation trucks to take away yard waste. All streets will have at least one collection between Monday and Nov. 8. It can take Claw crews an average of 10 days to complete street pickup for the entire city. Go to sacb.ee/7NdK for more information.

CRC pedestrian bridge opens

The Sacramento Regional Transit District and Cosumnes River College officials celebrate the opening of the pedestrian bridge at CRC for students to walk from the parking structure near the Bruceville Road entrance to the Cosumnes River College light-rail station. The event begins at 9 a.m. at the light-rail platform, 8370 Bruceville Road. Completion of the pedestrian bridge is the final piece of construction for RT’s Blue Line, which operates from the Watt/I-80 Station to the Cosumnes River College Station.

Things to do

▪ For Halloween, the Sacramento Children’s Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will feature 10 treat stations, a costume parade at 11 a.m., hands-on activities and museum play. The museum is at 2701 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. Admission is free with donation of a children’s book. Costumes are encouraged. Go to www.sackids.org for more information.

▪ Bars in Old Sacramento are hosting a “Crawloween” event. Starting at 8 p.m., people will crawl through 10 local bars for drinks and music, then head to Sactown Sports Bar for a costume contest at 11 p.m.

▪ The spooky Hitchcock thriller “Psycho” is being shown at 7 p.m. at Tower Theatre, 2508 Land Park Drive.

▪  Businesses in the El Dorado Hills Town Center are sponsoring Halloween Spooktacular, an event that features trick-or-treating from 3 to 6 p.m. A costume contest for kids and dogs will begin at 5:15 p.m. in Steven Young Amphitheater.

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