Sacramento River Cats hold job fair, Davis looking for summer camp staff

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The Sacramento River Cats added a second career fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 12 at Sutter Health Park in West Sacramento.

The Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants invites those interested in working for them in its upcoming 2022 season to apply by completing an online application at rivercats.com/employment. Hiring managers will conduct in-person interviews during the event.

Candidates must be at least 16 years old with a valid work permit and at least 21 years old if the position serves alcohol. Employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Available jobs include part-time seasonal positions in concessions, culinary positions, catering, promotions and game day jobs such as security guards, paramedics and parking lot attendants.

Employees will receive job training and benefit from food discounts at work, competitive wages and tickets to River Cats games.

Call 916-376-4722 with any questions or inquiries.

Season passes and packages are available now by calling the River Cats hotline at 916-371-4487, emailing [email protected] or visiting rivercats.com.

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Davis is hiring summer camp staff positions including senior staff, day camp leaders, camp managers, lifeguards and cashiers in preparation for his full summer of programming.

“The City of Davis is thrilled to offer nearly all of its regular summer camps, classes and programs for the first time since the pandemic began,” a city news release said. “This summer Camp Putah, Camp Arts & Crafts, PM Kids and Trekkers will return. Additionally, Summer Quest will return with its full-day schedule of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. »

The Summer 2022 Leisure Guide will be available online in mid-February with two-day registration available; Wednesdays March 16 and 30 from 8 a.m. each day.

“Deadlines vary, so interested applicants should apply early,” the statement added. “Camp Putah will recruit volunteers to help with the logistics of this camp for the 50th anniversary celebration. Application information will be included in the Summer Recreation Guide.

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Berryessa Gap Vineyards is hosting a Sensory Wine Tasting event aimed at awakening people’s senses and enhancing their experiences with wine from 1-2:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 12.

“Bring a date or invite a friend for a unique sensory training, then taste five of our estate wines to test your new skills,” the event’s Facebook page said. “This tasting is a fun way to enhance your wine tasting and enjoy great wine while you do it.”

The vineyard’s tasting room is located at 15 Main St. in Winters and the winery is located at 27260 Highway 128 in Winters.

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Drake’s: The Barn is hosting its S’mores & Stouts event from noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 13 at 985 Riverfront St. in West Sacramento.

“We’re thrilled to have S’mores & Stouts back, our weekly celebration of dark beer and sticky, gooey campfire classics,” the event’s Facebook page said. “Come to Drake’s: The Barn every Sunday…for specialty graham sandwiches and delicious beer pairings while supplies last.”

The Barn offers unique ready-to-eat sweets as well as do-it-yourself S’mores kits in its homes.

“These packs include chocolate, graham crackers, marshmallows, and roasting sticks for your entire squad,” the post added. “It is guaranteed to be literally lit.”

Admission is free and all items can be purchased through Toast, a contactless ordering system.

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Garth Lewis, Yolo County Schools Superintendent since 2018, was included in Sacramento Bee’s Equity Lab’s Top 25 Black Change Makers, which is a list of people who are transforming Sacramento and surrounding communities.

“These individuals stand out as innovative problem solvers who find solutions to critical issues in our communities through their respective areas of work,” reported The Bee. “They are dynamic leaders who infuse history and culture into the work they do. They focus on improving the lives and well-being of others.

Lewis believes that access to high-quality public education is an important factor in improving life outcomes for all children, especially those living in poverty, according to The Bee.

“During his 23-year career, Lewis has served as a teacher, paraeducator, site and district administrator, and assistant superintendent of instructional services and equity in the Yolo County Office of Education,” added The Bee.

Lewis is also currently a board member of the California Association of African American Superintendents and Administrators.

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Park Winters, a private estate located at 27850 Co Rd 26 in Winters, will be hosting one of its farm dinners on Valentine’s Day.

According to the restaurant’s website, farmhouse dinners attempt to provide an “engaging and memorable” experience that each represents the story of the season.

“Our countryside oasis is surrounded by a seemingly endless supply of fantastic farms, ranches and vendors and we are fortunate to have great relationships with some of the best,” the website states. “By supplying us with ingredients at the peak of their ripeness, we are able to showcase the essence of the season through our foods.”

The restaurant noted that it also supplements the menu with ingredients sourced from its own property and organic farm.

“Our farmhouse dinners are a true labor of love and we look forward to creating an unforgettable dining experience for you and your guests,” the website added.

Park Winters and his farmhouse dinners were recently spotlighted by Good Day Sacramento through an interview with Executive Chef John Jensen, who showed off standard breakfast dishes, desserts and appetizers one can savor. wait during the visit.

Tickets are $135 per person and can be purchased by visiting parkkwinters.com.

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The International Business Times interview with Shawn Conway, CEO of Peet’s Coffee, mentioned the UC Davis Coffee Center, which was recently established to research post-harvest coffee.

Peet’s Coffee is an angel investor in the program, which Conway says is a program that goes to the heart of the industry itself to help ensure there is a long-term sustainable coffee future.

The Coffee Center is part of the College of Engineering at UC Davis, provides educational opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students, conducts groundbreaking research into all aspects of coffee, and emphasizes the commitment of the university in coffee research and education.

Visit coffeecenter.ucdavis.edu to learn more about the coffee center.

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