For the first time ever, Folsom Powerhouse State Historic Park will co-host its Electricity Fair virtually, with the help of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District.
The Grape Festival might have been canceled due to the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some delicious fair food. Cotton candy, corn dogs and deep fried Twinkies were all selling like hot cakes during the Lodi Grape Festival’s Fair Food Frenzy this past weekend.
Lodi fans of steampunk — the retrofuturistic, Victorian-inspired science fantasy genre — are in for a treat this month. The Lodi Community Art Center is presenting Steampunk!, a joint exhibition by artists Elsa Bates, Nina Boyd and Rita Hill, through Sept. 26.
If you’re fascinated by seeing how people lived in Northern California during times past, a new book coming out on Sept. 7 may catch your eye.
Today’s headlines are stark: Californians are leaving, fleeing the high cost of living, pandemic restrictions, homelessness, and lack of jobs that pay well enough to survive. Which doesn’t leave many positive reasons to stay.