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Davis Craft & Vintage Fair: A place to call home

A decade ago, Sally Parker—local artist and activist—felt disillusioned with the lack of spaces for artists like her at the Farmers Market. She followed the example of artisan fairs she saw in Oregon and started her own. Despite the success of her business, Recollections Vintage & Pre-Loved, Debra Ariola says she felt like “a square

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7 Uniquely Davis Date ideas for Valentine’s Day

Don’t phone it in with grocery store flowers this Valentine’s Day (okay, unless they’re from Nugget — those are pretty great). Instead, take your person on a uniquely Davis Valentine’s Day adventure. Whether you’re celebrating with your kids, your bestie or your partner, we’ve got you covered on the planning!

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Davis Summer Camps 2023

Davis Summer Camp sign-up season is here! If you’re registering, it can be a bit stressful and time consuming: searching for which camps even exist, when you can register, how much they cost — all before we’ve even ditched our winter coats.  But fret not! Here at The Dirt, we are gathering a list of

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Nonprofits: Apply for a Soroptimist grant

Soroptimist International of Davis is accepting applications from local nonprofit organizations for its annual Community Grant funding. The deadline is March 7. For 2023, the club has $3,000 budgeted for Community Grants, which give a boost to local projects that improve the lives of women and girls. Nonprofit organizations whose work supports the Soroptimist mission

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Davis Parent University Creates a ‘Village’

They say it takes a village to raise a child, something that the volunteers at Davis Parent University (DPU)—a free lecture series devoted to pooling resources for and educating parents, teachers, and other caretakers—are trying to create. In fact, many are parents themselves who found the organization when they sought out a ‘village’ to help

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Davis Arts Center Opens Winter Registration

The Davis Arts Center is excited to announce their Winter classes! Registration for Winter classes is currently open. Grow Your Inner Artist! Painting & Drawing for Kids Grow Your Inner Artist! Ceramics for Kids Weaving for All Ages Mission Statement Davis Arts Center helps the Sacramento region’s youth cultivate the visual artist within, fostering creativity,

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Davis Odd Fellows Hall

Davis Odd Fellows celebrates its 100th Thursday Live! 

Nearly 13 years and one pandemic after the series’ debut, the Davis Odd Fellows is gearing up to host their 100th Thursday Live event on Dec. 1. The anniversary will be marked with a holiday concert featuring local musicians According to Bazooka, Biscuits & Honey, Me & Him, The Muddy Waders, and Keith Adolfo Campos—all

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Downtown Treat Trail Spooktacular Returns!

Bring your family downtown and enjoy a plethora of treats on October 31! Downtown Davis businesses are excited to keep up the tradition—from 2:30-5:30 pm—with many offering candy and treats inside, or outside, of their establishments. Find the list of participating businesses and a treat-trail map, below! Don’t miss out on any of spooktacular events

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