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10/31/2008 05:00PM, Published by Super Admin, Categories: In Print



November is finally here! Now’s the time to get your pet equipped with a microchip to help maximize the chance of being reunited should you be separated. Friends of Placer County Animal Shelter sponsors a microchip clinic at Diamond in the Ruff Pet Spa in Lincoln, the first Saturday of every month. The first Sunday of every month, it’s held at The Cat House in Auburn. Both clinics are open from noon to 3 p.m. The implant service is $25 and includes lifetime registration. All proceeds benefit Placer County Animal Services…

On November 5, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Sun City Lincoln Hills’ Orchard Ballroom, Dr. Hunter Greene and Dr. Paul Sasaura from Northern California Orthopedic Centers, will conduct a free seminar on Managing Osteoarthritis of the Knee. To register, call 800-451-2006, ext. 3335, or visit managingosteoarthritis.com

Apple Hill season continues through November (and into December), offering free family fun, and a chance to get your Christmas tree, fresh cider and holiday pies. Visit applehill.com or call 530-644-7692 for more information…

Project Play will break ground at Maidu Park this month. New playground equipment installation will follow shortly thereafter. Check out roseville.ca.us for more information on fundraising events…

Sutter Roseville opened the first Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of its kind in the Sacramento region on September 2. The 13,000-square foot NICU houses 16 beds and a range of family-friendly amenities. Sutter Roseville Medical Center is affiliated with Sutter Health, a non-profit, community-based health system located throughout Northern California. For more information visit sutterroseville.org or call 916-781-1000…

Congratulations to the Roseville Better Gardens Club, which just celebrated its 80th anniversary in October. The garden club holds monthly meetings the third Tuesday of the month at 12:30 p.m. at the Maidu Community Center…If you’re looking to head somewhere warm and inviting, check out the first annual Student Art Calendar 2009 exhibit November 22 to January 9. The opening reception will be on Saturday, November 22, following the 10 a.m. Roseville Holiday Parade. For more information, call Roseville’s Blue Line Gallery at 916-783-2317…

It’s never too cold for gelato. Visit recently opened Miabella Gelato at the Fountains in Roseville for a little taste of Italy. You have to taste the difference to believe it’s not ice cream…

And after you get a treat for your taste buds, take in a feast for the eyes and ears with a holiday performance by Sound Out Tap Company at Whitney High School in Rocklin. “The Rhythms of Christmas"…

A City Celebration” will run December 5-7, with four shows. Appearing with the 27 members from Sound Out Tap Company will be Core Dance Collective, the award-winning “Diamonds” from Lincoln and two tap competition teams from Hawkins School of Performing Arts (Rhythm Express and Taptastics). Also performing will be special guests from Sound Out’s sister companies iMPACT Contemporary Dance and Folsom Lake Civic Ballet…

PEACE For Families and HomeAid Sacramento officially opened a new 12,5000-square foot emergency shelter facility in Placer County on September 25 for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The new shelter has 13 bedrooms with 39 beds, privacy areas, a classroom and study area and much more, for more info visit peaceforfamilies.org

That’s all for now, but check back next month for our annual Holiday Gift Guide!
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