The Heart of Gold bike ride supports efforts in Nevada County to improve mental wellness and reduce the impact of anxiety, depression and trauma that can lead to unhealthy choices and suicide among young people.
Join Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento for a a night to build hope, homes, equity, and a more vibrant and healthy community. The Habitat Gala will include a high-end dinner, live auction, entertainment, music, and a high-energy program that you won’t forget. We have very few tables left for this year’s event.
It’s time to celebrate! Saturday, September 25, 2021 will be a night to go out On The Town. The American Cancer Society of Greater Sacramento invites you to join us this year as 13th Annual Hope Gala.
Join Women’s Empowerment for its virtual 20th Anniversary Gala on Sept. 30 at 6:30pm as the group celebrates 20 years of empowering women and children experiencing homelessness. Those who purchase a VIP ticket for $200 will receive a meal for two from their choice of Alaro Craft Brewery, Mulvaney’s B&L or Matteo’s.
Join AIA Central Valley for this popular event, which gives attendees a behind-the-scenes opportunity to see both known and “tucked-away” architecture projects first-hand in our region. Last year’s video submissions were so successful that moving forward the event will include a combination of in-person and video tours.
AIA Central Valley’s popular bike ride is back in-person this year! Hop on your bike for a 7-mile guided tour of new innovative projects in midtown and downtown Sacramento.
This sketching activity for children of all ages and their
parents or guardians will take place at Leataata Floyd
Elementary School, 401 McClatchy Way,
Join AIA Central Valley for a panel discussion on the topic: The Time Has Come: How Can We Make the Fair Oaks Blvd. Corridor Plan a Reality?
AIA Central Valley hosts a thoughtful and engaging conversation celebrating the distinct and vibrant Central Valley region.
Co-hosted by the Council of Component Executives of California (CACE), “How We House” focuses on California’s housing crisis, its impact on different regions across the state, and local design approaches to providing housing solutions. The four-part series started in August.