ARDEN PARK NEWS & NOTES
Welcome to Arden Park
Date: May 19th & 20th
Time: Check in on Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
Cost : $25 per person
Enjoy the FUN of camping without the work!
Grab the gear and family, bring your own camping gear and enjoy a night under the stars complete with swimming, BBQ, games, campfire, stargazing. Pre-registration is required. Registration fee covers campsite, Saturday dinner, swimming, Sunday breakfast and a t-shirt. You must register by May 4th to guarantee a t-shirt!
Join us on Wednesday, July 4th for our annual Bike Parade and Festival at Arden Park! The parade begins at 10:00 a.m. so you will want to be there a little early to get a spot. After the parade, until 1:00 p.m. Sit back and relax with a hamburger ($6.00) or hot dog ($5.00) meal and don’t forget your raffle tickets! The pool will be open at noon and is free that day. We will also have a few giant inflatable attractions.
Special thanks to our July 4th Sponsors:
Walgreens @ Arden & Eastern
Arden Park Homeowner’s Association
The 7th Annual Arden Park Youth Triathlon (ages 5-16) will be held on Sunday, August 19, 2018 at Arden Park in Sacramento, CA.
In partnership with the Arden Park Dolphins swim team and hosted by the Arden Park Recreation and Park District, the triathlon is held annually to grow the sport of triathlon among the youth of Arden Park and outlying areas and to promote health and wellness in the community. All of the proceeds from this completely volunteer run event go to support the Arden Park Dolphins Swim Team. The event brings together more than 250 participants, 600 friends and loved ones, 150 volunteers, and countless residents and neighbors who support and promote the event.
Register for the 2018 Arden Park Youth Triathlon online or in person at the Arden Park Recreation and Park District office located at 1000 La Sierra Drive, Sacramento, CA 95864.
Entry Fee Schedule:
NOTE: 20% sibling discount is available. You must, however, register in person at the office to get the sibling discount.
Includes a finisher’s medal, race t-shirt (participants must be registered by July 1st to be guaranteed a t-shirt), and refreshments following the race.
*Please note that we do not offer refunds or transfers, and the event will take place rain or shine (although rain is unlikely).
For issues with registration, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday May 4th
In 19th-century Paris, an orphan
Enrolls in a dance school and
Trains to be a prima ballerina.
Admission – FREE
Friday June 1st
Four teenagers are sucked into a
jungle-themed video game.
Admission – FREE
Sponsored by Doug Milan Electric
Friday September 7th
Rey learns the ways of the Force from Luke Skywalker, and
develops a telepathic bond with Kylo Ren, who is struggling to
master the Dark Side. Meanwhile, Stormtrooper-turned-resistance
fighter Finn goes on a risky mission behind enemy Finn goes on a
risky mission behind enemy lines.
Admission – FREE
Sponsored by Arden Park Homeowner’s Association
FBI is grounded in Soul and fueled by a mutual passion for music creating a timeless, soulful sound that draws audiences of ALL ages and keeps them wanting more! At the core of the band is the rhythmically intense, dynamically funky rhythm section, stellar musicians, strong vocals and smooth harmonies.
Nowadays when you hear the words country music, your mind probably conjures up images of pickup trucks, backwards baseball hats, and bros down by the lake beneath a pyramid of empty beer cans in the moonlight.
There was a time when country music meant something else entirely – especially in California where Buck Owens, Gram Parsons, Merle Haggard, and countless others were hard at work crafting a stripped-down, hard-driving, hard-drinking, hard-living style of country music far removed from the fake sheen of Music City, USA.
Danny Morris & the California Stars play that kind of country music.
The band’s lineup features past and present members of such notable regional and national acts as The Earl Brothers, Dave Gleason’s Wasted Days, The Loved Ones, The McAllisters, and 50-Watt Heavy.
But don’t mistake them for neo-traditionalists playing dress-up in fancy hats and cowboy boots – they also bring a healthy dose of rock and roll to the party, citing such diverse influences as The Band, Wilco, Whiskeytown, Sturgill Simpson, Robbie Fulks, Built to Spill and Lucero.
The result is a mix of classic country songs and rocking originals with a focus on the country music triumvirate – drinking, heartache, and murder.