Join Councilmember Steve Hansen for the District 4 movie nights in the park. August 24 you can see "Zootopia" in the Land Park Amphitheater and on September 17 see Zootopia at Washington Park, 1631 F Street. For more information, contact Councilmember Hansen's office at 916-808-7004.
Join us in welcoming Washington Elementary back to the neighborhood at their ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, 8/24 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 520 18th Street. There will be food, STEAM activities for the whole family, and a meet-and-greet with local officials, members of the school board, staff, parents, and local businesses. RSVP on Facebook @WashingtonElementarySTEAM
National Night Out is Tuesday, August 2, and the Midtown Neighborhood Association invites you to celebrate with us! We will host a neighborhood block party from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. on 22nd St between Capitol Avenue and Matsui Alley. There will be food from neighbors (including Bombay Bar & Grill and Sac Natural Foods Co-op), drinks, a giant slip'n'slide, plus lots of fun and games!
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED TO MAKE THIS THING HAPPEN! If you can help distribute flyers, set up, clean up, or provide food, drinks, or games, please contact Jessica Sorensen to sign up to volunteer.
Members of the Midtown Neighborhood Association who attend the block party will also receive a custom wrist band, good for one-night-only special offers at participating neighborhood bars and restaurants (so we can get our after-party on!), including...
Happy Hour all night & $2 small plates at KUPROS CRAFTHOUSE
Free pretzel with any purchase at DER BIERGARTEN
Happy Hour all night & 25% food at GOLDEN BEAR
Not a member? Sign up at the block party and get a special discounted rate of $10 membership dues.
This event is sponsored by Sacramento City Councilmember Steve Hansen.
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community
partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. By getting to know your neighbors, we can build a stronger Midtown that watches out for one another. We hope to meet you there!
Sponsored by: Central City Neighborhoods Alliance, League of Women Voters and Metro Cable 14
The Central City Neighborhoods Alliance, Sacramento Metro Cable 14, and the League of Women Voters of Sacramento County are co-sponsoring a Central City mayoral forum and inviting the public and media to attend. Mayoral candidates will discuss local government and issues related to the the Central City. The forum will be held May 7 at 11 a.m. at the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors Chambers at 700 H Street, Room 1450. All candidates have been invited and Angelique Ashby, Michael Edwards, Tony “The Tiger” Lopez, Russell Rawlings and Darrell Steinberg have confirmed their participation.
[Cats in Space Tour 2016]
Pick a side, Space Cats or Space Mice and use a space weapon to fight in the ultimate nocturnal showdown.
Wednesday, May 4, join MNA, the Midtown Business Association and the Friends of Fremont Park for a massive space battle at Fremont Park in Midtown. One dollar from every sale will be donated to Make-A-Wish. Learn more on the Facebook events page, and click here to register.
You can have your cats spayed or neutered for free if you live in the City of Sacramento. Learn more at saccitypets.blogspot.com or call 916-808-7383. Offer ends April 30, 2016.
The City of Sacramento Neighborhood Services Division's annual Earth Day Celebration will take place Tuesday, April 19th at Cesar Chavez Plaza from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. This free event will highlight the need to reduce our carbon footprint on the earth. Learn more about recycling, composting, water conservation, electric vehicles and much more! There will be lots of activities for the kids at the Public Safety and Kids zones. Home Depot will give children an opportunity to pot a plant. So much to do and learn!
Join the City for this one day event that teaches you can how to be earth friendly 365 days a year!
Midtown Neighborhood Association, in partnership with Midtown Business Association and Unseen Heroes will bring community partners together at the Midtown Farmers Market. This will be an exciting day because it will also be the first day of the expanded market. The Midtown Neighborhood Association and the Marshall School/New Era Neighborhood Association will also have a photo booth to capture your good times!
Community providers who will join us include Sacramento Police Department, Front Street Animal Shelter, WEAVE, Washington Elementary, and the Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates, City of Sacramento Neighborhood Services.
This free, family-friendly market, located on 20th Street between J and L streets, takes place every Saturday, from 8am-1pm, year-round, rain or shine. The Midtown Farmers Market showcases local agriculture, prepared foods, artisans and crafters, while providing an opportunity for Midtown residents and business owners to discover regionally grown foods. Anchored in the heart of Midtown, the market serves as a lively and fun gathering place where Sacramentans can come together to shop and enjoy the community with neighbors and visitors alike.
Attention pet owners:
The City of Sacramento Front Street Animal Shelter is offering free microchip, rabies vaccine and ID tag for your pet with a paid City of Sacramento pet license. People can stop by any time during business hours and are not required to have a printed copy of coupon. This offer is good through 2016. For more information, visit www.licenseforlove.com.
March 21 is the birthday of MNA's interim chair, and all she wants for her birthday is for you to stop by, say hello, meet someone new in the neighborhood and make new friends. Do you also have a March birthday? Let's celebrate that too! Let's celebrate spring! Let's celebrate three month's of MNA's reactivation! Let's celebrate how fortunate we are to be part of the Midtown community! Register for this event by clicking here.