For the record

Yolo County Supervisor Matt Rexroad’s name was misspelled in a story Thursday about proposed new supervisorial district maps.

For the record

The sake-tasting at the Davis Food Co-op will take place Friday, July 8, not today, as reported earlier this week in The Enterprise. The event will run from 6 to 8 p.m. at 620 G St. The cost is $1 per taste, and proceeds will go to FARM Davis.

For the record

Heather Caswell, owner of The Wardrobe in Davis, doesn’t use plastic bags at her store. The order referenced in Thursday’s story about a potential plastic bag ban in Davis was for paper bags.

Rec Report: Davis celebrates Park and Recreation Month

Did you know that America has recognized July as the nation’s official park and recreation month since 1985? Join us in celebrating the success of recreation and parks in contributing to the quality of life in Davis. Not sure what all there is to do? Check out the city of Davis’ summer recreation schedule online […]

Practice your balance at Senior Center class

Workshops designed to improve stability and alignment, as well as specific movement strategies to regain balance, are offered at the Davis Senior Center, 646 A St. An Intermediate Balance class will meet from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 13, and is designed for individuals who have attended the beginner workshop or its equivalent (check […]

Stitch, sing, dance and walk at the Senior Center

The Davis Senior Center, 646 A St., has several programs planned this month. All ages are welcome and there is no cost. Anyone who loves to knit, crochet or stitch is welcome to join the friendly group at Hem & Haw from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesdays. Just drop in. Do you like singing in the […]

Probation, jail time imposed in Davis weapons case

WOODLAND — A Davis man will avoid prison but serve 120 days in county jail for his role in a January confrontation with local police who later discovered an assault rifle and loaded shotgun inside his truck. Despite a plea by a Yolo County prosecutor for a harsher sentence, Yolo Superior Court Judge Timothy Fall […]

Rummage sale helps the needy

A rummage sale to raise funds for AJD Angels of Hope will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at 1814 Point Reyes Place in West Davis. Proceeds will cover the cost of shipping care packages of clothing, toys, books, toiletries and nonperishable items to needy children and families in the Philippines. Care packages also […]

All-American Fourth of July planned for Davis

Jam-packed day 7:45-4:20 p.m.: Fourth of July Criterium bike races, downtown 9-11 a.m.: Little League pancake breakfast, Veterans’ Memorial Center, 203 E. 14th St. Tickets are $5; Little Leaguers in uniform eat free 10 a.m.: Kiwanis Kiddie Parade, C Street between First and Second streets 10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Little League exhibition games, Little League complex, Covell […]

Can you give them a good home?

Miss Bee, a sweet and friendly spayed female border collie/Labrador mix, about 10 months to 1 year old, who loves to play with other dogs, and Boss, a big, handsome 4-year-old neutered male purebred German shepherd who loves people, are two of more than 45 dogs available for adoption Saturday. Rotts of Friends Animal Rescue […]

UC Davis Store Downtown plans grand opening

Bursting with Aggie blue and gold, a new branch of the UC Davis Bookstore has opened downtown and a grand opening celebration is planned the weekend of July 8-10. Shelves at the UC Davis Store Downtown are stocked with Aggie shirts, gifts and souvenirs, but also feature mugs with the city’s bicycle logo, Davis Farmers […]

Watch for compost, recycle bins at July 4 celebration

Are you planning on attending Davis’ Fourth of July celebration this year? If so, you’ll notice something new. In addition to food, entertainment and fireworks, there will be composting. Trash, recycling and compost bins will be found throughout Community Park, bearing signs and pictures of the items that can go into each bin. Compostable items […]

Tour wetlands Saturday morning

Community members are invited to join docents for a free guided tour of the city of Davis wetlands from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday. Cliff swallows, marsh wrens, red-winged blackbirds, great egrets, killdeer and Western meadowlarks are some of the other bird species seen now. All those wishing to join the tour should meet a […]

Amazing animals featured in Summer Science Camp

Reptiles are sometimes termed creepy, cold-blooded and even slimy. At Explorit, reptile animal ambassadors work to reverse these common misconceptions. In reality, these creatures are no more menacing than the furry companions, such as dogs and cats, that many seem to prefer, and they can be just as fun to pet. Explorit is home to […]