Arts & Entertainment

Festival fun for families and dogs

Barktoberfest is a two-day festival for canines and their human companions taking place at the Renesas Electronics America campus (formerly NEC) at 7501 Foothills Boulevard in Rose ...

Learn about the path to adoption

Koinonia Family Services of Loomis is sponsoring the screening of “Like Dandelion Dust,” a film that promotes adoption awareness. The film opens Friday, Sept. 24, at theaters a ...

How Do I Help Support/Sponsor MEASURE A - Term Limits for the Loomis Town Council?

If you, or anyone that you know is interested in endorsing, supporting or sponsoring MEASURE A - "Term Limits for the Loomis Town Council", please contact us at: termlimitsforlo ...

Festival celebrates National Honey Month

Beehives, honey and the related flying, stinging insects called bees may not exactly scream September. But we’re actually smack dab in the middle of National Honey Month. While t ...

‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’ would make a better video game

“Resident Evil: Afterlife” Director: Paul W.S. Anderson Starring: Milla Jovovich Rating: One out of five stars Complaining about logic in a zombie movie is like ...

Mountain Mandarin Growers hosting bingo night at Blue Goose

The Assistance League of Greater Placer holds its annual “Bingo Round-Up” fundraiser in April, at the Blue Goose Fruit Shed Event Center in Loomis. Utilizing the expertise of A ...

Musicians band together

On Sept. 7, Del Oro High School Golden Eagle Marching Band members traveled to Loomis Grammar School to rehearse with the Junior Eagle Band, formerly called the LUSD Advanced Band. ...

Saturday dance honors military

The “Red, White & Blue” annual country western dance honors military, past and present, from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Blue Goose Fruit Shed. Special recognition ...

Community Calendar

Black Bear Outdoors, located at 3587 Taylor Road, will hold a free class on paintball tricks and techniques at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18. At 8 a.m. the following day, meet at the sto ...

Festival celebrates National Honey Month

Beehives, honey and the related flying, stinging insects called bees may not exactly scream September. But we’re actually smack dab in the middle of National Honey Month. While ...