Looking for something to do around Citrus Heights? Local events and activities planned for October include several car shows, a local candidate forum, “Brews and Boo’s” at the community center, a “Howl-o-Ween” parade and harvest festival, and more.
Here’s 17 events happening in Citrus Heights this month: (click on each listing for more details)
- “We Support Vets: Battle of the Bands & BBQ’s” at the Rusch Home
- Book Sale at Sylvan Oaks Library
Oct. 3rd: REACH monthly meeting at new city hall
Oct. 4th: “Angry Birds: The Movie” showing at Sylvan Oaks Library (See full Oct. library calendar)
Oct. 6th: City council candidate forum at San Juan High School
Oct. 8th: Annual Chili Cook-off/ Car Show in Lowe’s parking lot
Oct. 10th: Columbus Day (city hall open)
Oct. 14th: Celebration of Hope (A Community for Peace), at Community Center
- Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off at Sunrise Mall
- Spooktacular at Antelope Rd/Lichen Dr.
Oct. 16th: CHPD vs. Sac PD softball game at Raley Field
Oct. 19th: Public meeting: Area 4 Agency on Aging funding (Rusch Park community center)
Oct. 20th: “Ladies in White” documentary showing at Community Center
Oct. 21st: “Brews and Boos” at the Community Center
- Howl-o-Ween Parade and Harvest Festival (Auburn Blvd – Rusch Park)
- Car Show & Fundraiser for Citrus Heights Police Activities League at Rusch Park
Oct. 24th: Annual Wreath Ceremony for Deputy Oliver at East Lawn Cemetery on Greenback Ln.
Oct. 31st: Chief Ron Lawrence takes official position as Citrus Heights police chief
Coming up in November: don’t miss the Citrus Heights Police Officer’s Association annual yard sale on Nov. 5 and a Veterans Day event at Sylvan Cemetery. Sign up for The Sentinel’s free Weekend Edition to get our future stories sent to your inbox each Sunday.
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