Local events around Citrus Heights this week include several professional tennis matches at Sunrise Mall, another summer kids camp and train rides at the Citrus Town Center, a multi-state police motorcycle competition in the Sunrise Mall parking lot, and more.
July 21: California Dream TeamTennis players will face the Springfield Lasers in the Dream Stadium outside Sunrise Mall, beginning Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. (Click for schedule and tickets.)
July 23: California Dream is scheduled to play another match Thursday night, this time facing the San Diego Aviators and featuring the world-famous Bryan brothers — Mike and Bob — who are reportedly the most successful tennis duo of all time.
Thuursday night will also feature a Citrus Heights city council meeting in the temporary Community Center location at 6300 Fountain Square Dr., beginning at 7 p.m. Council members are set to hear a quarterly report from the city treasurer, consider adoption of an amended pay rate schedule for the City, as well as hold two public hearings related to landscape maintenance assessment districts.
[Document: July 23 city council meeting agenda packet]
July 24: Beginning at 7:30 a.m., Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan will be hosting her monthly “Community Cabinet” meeting at Denny’s near the corner of Greenback Lane and Sunrise Boulevard. The Supervisor holds meetings 10 months out of the year to update the community on County happenings and typically invites a County executive to speak on a specific aspect of Sacramento governance.
Across the street from Denny’s at the Citrus Town Center, kids and community members are invited to “hop aboard” for train rides and another Summer kids camp in the shopping plaza on Friday. The free “Summer Camp Adventure” begins at 10:30 a.m. and goes ’til noon, with mini-train rides available afterward until 2 p.m.
July 25: Saturday will feature the third annual Traffic Safety Day and Police Motorcycle Competition, as police officers from across the western states plan to show off their motorcycle skills in the Sunrise Mall parking lot. The free Saturday event is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will feature a safety-cone competition course for officers to navigate through in timed challenges, as well as a bike safety skills rodeo and bounce house for kids, vendor booths, and various demonstrations throughout the day.
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