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What's Up In February 2022: The Newest Awards, Events, and Announcements from El Dorado County to Roseville

People & Places in the News

Over 140 struggling families were gifted with warm clothing and no-sew blankets at this year’s Winter Boutique—an annual fundraiser hosted by Hands4Hope ( The items that weren’t distributed were donated to the nonprofit’s partner agencies, including Green Valley Community Church, White Rock Village, Aspire Outfitters, and The Center for Violence-Free Relationships.

Winter Boutique Hands 4 Hope


SAFE Credit Union ( will provide 10 college-bound seniors with $1,000 scholarships this spring through their 2022 Scholarship Program. The committee will select awardees based on their exceptional grade point average, financial need, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement. Applicants, or a parent or guardian, must be an active member of the credit union and attend school locally. To apply (application must be postmarked no later than February 28), visit

Boje and Price Award for Outstanding Volunteerism


Congrats to Granite Bay residents David Cable (pictured) and David Bowen for receiving the Boje and Price Award for Outstanding Volunteerism from United Way California Capital Region ( Both Cable and Bowen serve on the organization’s Board of Directors and Finance Committee and helped lead the investment of the $10 million gift that United Way received from renowned philanthropist MacKenzie Scott last year.

Arts Council of Placer County


Arts Council of Placer County—which promotes and advocates to enrich and help develop the region’s artistic culture—is accepting applications through February 25 for their Community Arts Grants. Funds are awarded for arts education in the schools and/or teacher grants, performers/artists/studio tours, arts organizations, public art/special arts projects, and film projects. To apply, visit

Top Golf Roseville


Associates working at Top Golf Roseville ( donated money and various items to Mrs. Fran Diaz and her first-grade class at Barrett Ranch Elementary, including interactive games, supplies, books for every student, and a leopard gecko. The Title 1 school, located in Antelope, is part of the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District.

La Huaca


Popular Peruvian restaurant, La Huaca (—known for their ceviche and lomo saltado, among many other authentic entrées—is relocating from Sierra College Boulevard to a 6,200-square-foot space at 1850 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 600, in Roseville. The owners eventually plan to build a bar and add new menu items.

The Sacramento State Alumni Association has a new El Dorado Alumni Network, providing a space for intentional networking, mentorship, and engagement with the CSUS community. All alumni are welcome to claim their free membership by visiting and selecting “El Dorado Alumni.”


Don’t miss Living Legends on February 19 at the Harris Center—a 90-minute performance beginning at 7 p.m. full of culturally-inspired dance, music, and costumes that celebrates Latin American, Native American, and Polynesian heritage. For tickets, visit

"Living Legends" at the Harris Center


Through April 7, the Gallery at 48 Natoma ( is hosting the West Coast premiere of the nationally traveling Small Expressions exhibit from the Handweavers Guild of America. The annual juried exhibition showcases contemporary small-scale works using fiber techniques in varying mediums, including weaving, basket making, embroidery, and felting. The gallery is open to the public Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with evening hours from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.

"Lean In It's Complicated" by Jackie Thomas


Help support Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1487 ( at their Crab Feed on February 12 at Roseville’s Veterans Memorial Hall. In addition to all-you-can-eat crab, clam chowder, pasta, salad, sourdough bread, and dessert, the event includes raffle prizes, beer, wine, a silent auction, DJ, and dancing. For tickets and more info, email [email protected].

Sierra Renaissance Society of El Dorado County ( is hosting “Skiing the John Muir Trail,” a presentation by Art Bagget, on February 18 from 1-3 p.m. at the Mother Lode Lions Club (4701 Missouri Flat Road) in Diamond Springs. Masks are required.

Out of the Ashes, a fundraiser for victims of the Caldor Fire, is scheduled for February 5 from 4-7 p.m. at Skinner Vineyards. Hosted by West Slope Foundation, the event will include wine tasting, appetizers, live music, raffle prizes, and a live and silent auction. Space is limited. Register at

Watch 32 feature films and 14 short films virtually from March 1-21 at the Sacramento Jewish Film Festival. In addition to amusing, entertaining, inspiring, and educational films from around the world—which run the gamut from comedies and dramedies to documentaries and more—live and pre-recorded Zoom chats with filmmakers and community forums will also be available. The 23rd annual event is hosted by the Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region and the Jewish Community Relations Council. For tickets and a complete list of the films, visit

Folsom Lake Symphony


Enjoy a romantic evening with the Folsom Lake Symphony ( on February 12 at the Harris Center. Heartbeats begins at 7:30 p.m. and includes J. Strauss II’s “Emperor” Waltzes, the romance of R. Strauss' Suite from Der Rosenkavalier (Knight of the Rose), all the passion and lyrical moments of the Grieg Piano Concerto, and Canadian pianist Sheng Cai.


Living Legends photo by Jaren Wilkey, BYU. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.