NEWS-LEDGER — APRIL 18, 2012 – BY DON SCHATZEL – Congratulations to Stonegate Elementary, the local 2012 boys scholastic basketball champions! Stonegate was crowned the Washington Unified School District 2012 boys basketball champs after a 47-38 win over Westmore Oaks. As usual, the road wasn’t easy! Stonegate had an overall record of 6-1. Starting players [...]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – Raley Field has announced the first of three “Mommy & Me” play dates at Raley Field stadium. This free event is open to kids six and under and their parents, from 10 a.m. to noon on March 14, weather permitting. Kids can run the bases, play catch, play in a bounce [...]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – The West Sacramento Friends of the Library plan an “Everybody has a Heritage” event beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 4 at the library, 1212 Merkley Avenue. Organizers plan a fun event with music and dancing from different cultures, centering around reading and literature. School-age children and their parents are invited.
The Bounce Spot is hosting an all-night New Year’s party for kids Some of the proceeds will go to “Relay for Life,” which raises money to fight cancer. The event starts at 7 p.m. and goes until 9 a.m. the next morning, and will include activities for kids such as bouncing, dinner, balloon twisting, magic, [...]
Today is the last day to buy See’s Candy from a local service club, and help send some deserving West Sacramento kids to summer camp in the Sierras. The West Sacramento Kiwanis bring back their annual holiday sale of See’s Candy gift boxes. Proceeds will help send local kids to summer camp. Visit the candy [...]
IKEA in West Sacramento will host a free holiday crafts activity for kids today (Sat., Dec. 17) from 2-4 p.m. in the store’s ‘Smaland’ area. First come, first serve at 700 Ikea Court. For info, call 371-4532 From the News-Ledger
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 30, 2011 – The Chamber of Commerce presents the annual lighting ceremony for the city Christmas tree from 6-8:30 p.m. on Friday, in front of city hall at 1110 West Capitol Avenue. It’s free, and hundreds attended last year’s event. There will be holiday music and refreshments, and kids can [...]