Goings on in the Roseville, Granite Bay & Rocklin areas
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Whole Foods Market in Roseville recently unveiled their Tap Room, the store’s new beer and wine bar. Visit—between the hours of 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday through Saturday—to enjoy local beer, wine and a gourmet pub style menu. Cheers!
Congratulations to Icing on the Cupcake—a personal dessert bakery and gift shop—who will be expanding their concept with new product lines and two new stores in Granite Bay and Citrus Heights. For more info, visit icingonthecupcake.com.
On June 14 at Johnson-Springview Park, the city of Rocklin will debut their brand-new, giant outdoor movie screen for their Friday Evenings in the Park series.
.A new women’s apparel store, Shop A Holic, opened its doors last month at 415 Roseville Square (next to Trader Joe’s). The store features clothing, handbags, shoes, jewelry and more from popular designer labels—all at discounted prices.
Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin (SILB) presented community awards on February 27 at the Train Depot in Downtown Loomis. Congratulations to Katie Conkle, winner of the Violet Richardson Award; Kathryn Potts, winner of the Women’s Opportunity Award; Sherrie Doupnik Edgar, winner of the Ruby Award; Jennifer McAlister, winner of the Sanford J. Weinberg Reader Award; and Fred and Asca Hitchen who received a Special Recognition grant. SILB also awarded numerous teacher grants.
In Lincoln, the Placer SPCA held its first free Microchip Clinic at Raley’s on March 30. The first 150 microchips were implanted for free, thanks to a grant received from Marlene Stoner, of Sun City Lincoln Hills.
In other Placer SPCA news, they recently gave away a freestanding wine refrigerator—valued at more than $2,000 and fully stocked with 50 bottles of quality hand-selected wine—during their annual Funny Bones event.
Roseville’s Reinvent Clothing Boutique and Consignment has moved from its Vernon Street location to 7441 Foothills Boulevard. Stop by and check out their high-quality, name-brand apparel.
The ballots are ready for Style’s 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards! Cast your votes now to make sure your favorite local businesses and service providers take the top spot.
Are you in your 50s, 60s or beyond and thinking of beginning your martial arts journey? THE STUDIO Martial Arts & Fitness in Granite Bay is proud to introduce Wise Warriors, a Taekwondo program designed for seniors looking to exercise both body and mind in a supportive group environment without the risk of injury due to contact. For more details, visit trainatthestudio.com.
Two Men and a Truck has partnered with the Sacramento Association of Realtors Charitable Foundation, Inc. and WEAVE to present Mover’s for Mom’s, a donation drive collecting Mother’s Day items and gifts for women and children being helped by WEAVE, a local shelter for abused women. For more info and drop-off locations, visit twomensacramento.com/movers-for-moms.
That’s all for now, but check back next month for Style’s annual Summer Fun feature.