The Gibson House Museum will be open for public tours from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Tour guides will take visitors on a trip back in history and point out the current exhibit depicting the many women’s organizations that have been in existence for more than 100 years. The museum is at 512 Gibson […]
Local residents are invited to join several artists, a disc jockey and the local nerd community in celebrating 20 years of Bizarro World on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Owner Daniel Urazandi will host Timothy Green, an artist on Marvel’s Avengers, Hulk, Annihilation and Ender’s Game and currently on DC New 52 Suicide […]
Recent stories published in The Enterprise covering the Water Advisory Committee’s discussions about fluoridation have reported erroneously that the City Council is scheduled to decide at its July 9 meeting whether to fluoridate the city’s drinking water. In fact, city staff likely won’t bring the issue before the council until after August, according to City Principal […]
Davis police arrested a 15-year-old boy who allegedly led an officer on a brief pursuit over the weekend. Lt. Glenn Glasgow said the incident began at about 6:15 p.m. Sunday when an officer stopped a car for a vehicle-code violation in the area of Third and K streets. The driver took off as the officer […]
Plastic bottles stuffed with non-organic waste are held in place by a frame that serves as the foundation for the Earthbench at Third and C streets in downtown Davis. The bench then was plastered and oiled before it could be made available for public use. Community members are invited to celebrate this unusual community project […]
Two UC Davis Health System faculty were recognized this week as 2013 Health Care Heroes by the Sacramento Business Journal for their outstanding achievements in making a difference in the health of the Sacramento region. Psychiatrist Robert Hales was recognized in the mental health practitioner category and cardiologist Amparo Villablanca was recognized in the researcher […]
Details Who: Davis Board of Education When: 7 p.m. Thursday Where: Community Chambers, City Hall, 23 Russell Blvd. Watch it: Live on Davis cable Channel 17 and online at www.djusd.tv The Davis school board will hear an update on the impact of the governor’s May budget revision and deal with several items relating to new […]
Tickets are still available for the Davis Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business of the Year luncheon, from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, at the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. in downtown Davis. The Davis Farmers Market will be honored as the 17th annual winner of the Bill Streng Business of the […]
Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed Marshall McKay, 60, of Brooks, to the California Native American Heritage Commission, where he has served since 2007. McKay has served as tribal chairman of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation since 2006 and was a tribal council member from 1984 to 2006. He serves as chair of the Autry National Center […]
Recipients of the Davis Chinese Association’s annual scholarships are, from left, Kenneth Chow, Ted Xiao, Issac Zhang, Daniel Zhu, Benjamin Jin, Michael Chen and Isabelle Chen. They were honored May 18 at the association’s fifth annual Scholarship Awards Reception at International House, Davis. Chow won the Ying Yung Tsao Memorial Scholarship, Xiao the Leslie and […]
A few spots remain open in the summer Heroes Camp series for children in fourth through eighth grades at Peregrine School. Kids will enter the world of their favorite characters from film and literature in the four one-week sessions. Heroes Camp offers lessons in creative writing and media analysis, where students will produce a creative […]
If you are moving, please consider donating unwanted items instead of throwing them away. There are many places in Davis where you can bring your stuff for reuse. The SPCA Thrift store, All Things Right & Relevant and the Goodwill Donation Xpress are just a few of the many places in Davis where you can […]
Spring cleaning: All the gorgeous weather we’ve been having can detract from spring cleaning, but there’s a new reason to prioritize it once again. The Yolo Crisis Nursery is now partnered with All Things Right & Relevant to benefit from the sale of consignment items. Located at 2801 Spafford St. in Davis, R&R will accept […]
Weeks of cobbing, stuffing, shaping, tiling, plastering and oiling are behind them, and community volunteers are ready to unveil the Compassion Corner Earthbench at Third and C streets in downtown Davis.
A public dedication is planned from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday during which the community-built bench will be formally gifted to the city of Davis.
The project grew out of the efforts of David H. Breaux, who, since June 2009, has stood on the corner of Third and C inviting people to share their ideas about compassion in a notebook. First came a book, “Compassion,” published in 2010,which contains verbatim excerpts from Breaux’s numerous filled notebooks.