Event Calendar

  • Verify the dates, times, and locations of all of the events listed on this website with the individual or department that is organizing the event as details such as date, time, and location may be subject to change. 
  • If you see an error please notify us so we can correct the information as needed. 
  • This calendar contains events and meetings that the association has been made aware of by city officials or Natomas citizens. It is not inclusive of all of the events that are taking place in our community. If we are missing an important community event, please email us with the details.
Oct
22
Thu
NUSD School Board Candidate Forum @ Online - Details Forthcoming
Oct 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This year there are 10 candidates running for three school board seats (3 incumbents and 7 newcomers). The Natomas Buzz will be holding two candidate forums in September and October so the public can get to know the candidates.

Submit topics that you would like covered and questions that you would like asked to Brandy Boyd, Natomas Buzz Editor at: [email protected]

Oct
23
Fri
Joey’s Food Locker @ Natomas High School
Oct 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

During the school closure Joey’s Food Locker will be open every Friday 4:00-5:30.

Natomas Unified operates a free food locker to serve needy families, with staffing provided by the District’s Adult Transition Program that helps young adults ages 18 to 22 overcome mental or physical challenges by teaching them skills for living independently and getting a job.

Hungry local residents receive canned or dried foods, while volunteer students from Adult Transition Program develop or polish skills in greeting and serving families, stocking shelves, bagging groceries, teamwork, checking food expiration dates, and keeping the locker open and operating smoothly.

The facility serves families from 4 – 5:30 p.m. every third and fourth Friday of the month. It is located near the tennis courts at Natomas High School, 3301 Fong Ranch Road.

The food locker is dedicated to the memory of Joel Michael Schwieger Jr., son of NUSD’s Adult Transitions Program teacher, Joel Schwieger and his wife Darian. “Joey” was born with autism and died at a young age, 30, but he continues to serve as an inspiration to his parents.

A dedication plaque for the food locker, located at Natomas High School, contains a photo of Joey and says “his infectious smile touched the lives of everyone around him. He will always be remembered for his love and caring for others.” Joel Sr. added that his son routinely places others’ needs before his own.

The caring spirit is meant to be a driving force behind Joey’s Food Locker, which receives canned and dried foods from the Sacramento Food Bank and from the public via containers to be placed at all NUSD campuses. The NUSD District Office located at 1901 Arena Blvd. also accepts canned and dried foods.

Whoever shows up at Joey’s Food Locker receives food, with quantities varying based on family size. By helping to fill stomachs, Natomas Unified hopes also to boost the academic prospects of hungry students in need. “It not only will help them with food, it will help them with education,” Schwieger Sr. said. “Instead of worrying about their next meal, they’ll be fed and ready for school.”

What type of donations do we take?

Canned food/dry food

Monetary donations are always welcome. Your donations may be tax deductible.

Oct
30
Fri
Joey’s Food Locker @ Natomas High School
Oct 30 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

During the school closure Joey’s Food Locker will be open every Friday 4:00-5:30.

Natomas Unified operates a free food locker to serve needy families, with staffing provided by the District’s Adult Transition Program that helps young adults ages 18 to 22 overcome mental or physical challenges by teaching them skills for living independently and getting a job.

Hungry local residents receive canned or dried foods, while volunteer students from Adult Transition Program develop or polish skills in greeting and serving families, stocking shelves, bagging groceries, teamwork, checking food expiration dates, and keeping the locker open and operating smoothly.

The facility serves families from 4 – 5:30 p.m. every third and fourth Friday of the month. It is located near the tennis courts at Natomas High School, 3301 Fong Ranch Road.

The food locker is dedicated to the memory of Joel Michael Schwieger Jr., son of NUSD’s Adult Transitions Program teacher, Joel Schwieger and his wife Darian. “Joey” was born with autism and died at a young age, 30, but he continues to serve as an inspiration to his parents.

A dedication plaque for the food locker, located at Natomas High School, contains a photo of Joey and says “his infectious smile touched the lives of everyone around him. He will always be remembered for his love and caring for others.” Joel Sr. added that his son routinely places others’ needs before his own.

The caring spirit is meant to be a driving force behind Joey’s Food Locker, which receives canned and dried foods from the Sacramento Food Bank and from the public via containers to be placed at all NUSD campuses. The NUSD District Office located at 1901 Arena Blvd. also accepts canned and dried foods.

Whoever shows up at Joey’s Food Locker receives food, with quantities varying based on family size. By helping to fill stomachs, Natomas Unified hopes also to boost the academic prospects of hungry students in need. “It not only will help them with food, it will help them with education,” Schwieger Sr. said. “Instead of worrying about their next meal, they’ll be fed and ready for school.”

What type of donations do we take?

Canned food/dry food

Monetary donations are always welcome. Your donations may be tax deductible.

Nov
6
Fri
Joey’s Food Locker @ Natomas High School
Nov 6 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

During the school closure Joey’s Food Locker will be open every Friday 4:00-5:30.

Natomas Unified operates a free food locker to serve needy families, with staffing provided by the District’s Adult Transition Program that helps young adults ages 18 to 22 overcome mental or physical challenges by teaching them skills for living independently and getting a job.

Hungry local residents receive canned or dried foods, while volunteer students from Adult Transition Program develop or polish skills in greeting and serving families, stocking shelves, bagging groceries, teamwork, checking food expiration dates, and keeping the locker open and operating smoothly.

The facility serves families from 4 – 5:30 p.m. every third and fourth Friday of the month. It is located near the tennis courts at Natomas High School, 3301 Fong Ranch Road.

The food locker is dedicated to the memory of Joel Michael Schwieger Jr., son of NUSD’s Adult Transitions Program teacher, Joel Schwieger and his wife Darian. “Joey” was born with autism and died at a young age, 30, but he continues to serve as an inspiration to his parents.

A dedication plaque for the food locker, located at Natomas High School, contains a photo of Joey and says “his infectious smile touched the lives of everyone around him. He will always be remembered for his love and caring for others.” Joel Sr. added that his son routinely places others’ needs before his own.

The caring spirit is meant to be a driving force behind Joey’s Food Locker, which receives canned and dried foods from the Sacramento Food Bank and from the public via containers to be placed at all NUSD campuses. The NUSD District Office located at 1901 Arena Blvd. also accepts canned and dried foods.

Whoever shows up at Joey’s Food Locker receives food, with quantities varying based on family size. By helping to fill stomachs, Natomas Unified hopes also to boost the academic prospects of hungry students in need. “It not only will help them with food, it will help them with education,” Schwieger Sr. said. “Instead of worrying about their next meal, they’ll be fed and ready for school.”

What type of donations do we take?

Canned food/dry food

Monetary donations are always welcome. Your donations may be tax deductible.

Nov
12
Thu
Gardenland Northgate Neighborhood Association (GNNA) Meeting @ Stanford Settlement
Nov 12 @ 6:30 pm

GNNA meets the second Thursday of each month. GNNA meetings allow residents to hear from local elected officials, the police department, local businesses and hear about topics of interested to our members.

Nov
13
Fri
Joey’s Food Locker @ Natomas High School
Nov 13 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

During the school closure Joey’s Food Locker will be open every Friday 4:00-5:30.

Natomas Unified operates a free food locker to serve needy families, with staffing provided by the District’s Adult Transition Program that helps young adults ages 18 to 22 overcome mental or physical challenges by teaching them skills for living independently and getting a job.

Hungry local residents receive canned or dried foods, while volunteer students from Adult Transition Program develop or polish skills in greeting and serving families, stocking shelves, bagging groceries, teamwork, checking food expiration dates, and keeping the locker open and operating smoothly.

The facility serves families from 4 – 5:30 p.m. every third and fourth Friday of the month. It is located near the tennis courts at Natomas High School, 3301 Fong Ranch Road.

The food locker is dedicated to the memory of Joel Michael Schwieger Jr., son of NUSD’s Adult Transitions Program teacher, Joel Schwieger and his wife Darian. “Joey” was born with autism and died at a young age, 30, but he continues to serve as an inspiration to his parents.

A dedication plaque for the food locker, located at Natomas High School, contains a photo of Joey and says “his infectious smile touched the lives of everyone around him. He will always be remembered for his love and caring for others.” Joel Sr. added that his son routinely places others’ needs before his own.

The caring spirit is meant to be a driving force behind Joey’s Food Locker, which receives canned and dried foods from the Sacramento Food Bank and from the public via containers to be placed at all NUSD campuses. The NUSD District Office located at 1901 Arena Blvd. also accepts canned and dried foods.

Whoever shows up at Joey’s Food Locker receives food, with quantities varying based on family size. By helping to fill stomachs, Natomas Unified hopes also to boost the academic prospects of hungry students in need. “It not only will help them with food, it will help them with education,” Schwieger Sr. said. “Instead of worrying about their next meal, they’ll be fed and ready for school.”

What type of donations do we take?

Canned food/dry food

Monetary donations are always welcome. Your donations may be tax deductible.

Nov
18
Wed
Natomas Community Association Meeting @ Zoom (Meeting ID and Information is included below)
Nov 18 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

We will be joined by District 3 Councilmember Jeff Harris who will be sharing why he opposes the Strong Mayor Proposal that will be on November Ballot.

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Nov
20
Fri
Joey’s Food Locker @ Natomas High School
Nov 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

During the school closure Joey’s Food Locker will be open every Friday 4:00-5:30.

Natomas Unified operates a free food locker to serve needy families, with staffing provided by the District’s Adult Transition Program that helps young adults ages 18 to 22 overcome mental or physical challenges by teaching them skills for living independently and getting a job.

Hungry local residents receive canned or dried foods, while volunteer students from Adult Transition Program develop or polish skills in greeting and serving families, stocking shelves, bagging groceries, teamwork, checking food expiration dates, and keeping the locker open and operating smoothly.

The facility serves families from 4 – 5:30 p.m. every third and fourth Friday of the month. It is located near the tennis courts at Natomas High School, 3301 Fong Ranch Road.

The food locker is dedicated to the memory of Joel Michael Schwieger Jr., son of NUSD’s Adult Transitions Program teacher, Joel Schwieger and his wife Darian. “Joey” was born with autism and died at a young age, 30, but he continues to serve as an inspiration to his parents.

A dedication plaque for the food locker, located at Natomas High School, contains a photo of Joey and says “his infectious smile touched the lives of everyone around him. He will always be remembered for his love and caring for others.” Joel Sr. added that his son routinely places others’ needs before his own.

The caring spirit is meant to be a driving force behind Joey’s Food Locker, which receives canned and dried foods from the Sacramento Food Bank and from the public via containers to be placed at all NUSD campuses. The NUSD District Office located at 1901 Arena Blvd. also accepts canned and dried foods.

Whoever shows up at Joey’s Food Locker receives food, with quantities varying based on family size. By helping to fill stomachs, Natomas Unified hopes also to boost the academic prospects of hungry students in need. “It not only will help them with food, it will help them with education,” Schwieger Sr. said. “Instead of worrying about their next meal, they’ll be fed and ready for school.”

What type of donations do we take?

Canned food/dry food

Monetary donations are always welcome. Your donations may be tax deductible.

Joey’s Food Locker @ Natomas High School
Nov 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Natomas Unified operates a free food locker to serve needy families, with staffing provided by the District’s Adult Transition Program that helps young adults ages 18 to 22 overcome mental or physical challenges by teaching them skills for living independently and getting a job.

Hungry local residents receive canned or dried foods, while volunteer students from Adult Transition Program develop or polish skills in greeting and serving families, stocking shelves, bagging groceries, teamwork, checking food expiration dates, and keeping the locker open and operating smoothly.

The facility serves families from 4 – 5:30 p.m. every third and fourth Friday of the month. It is located near the tennis courts at Natomas High School, 3301 Fong Ranch Road.

The food locker is dedicated to the memory of Joel Michael Schwieger Jr., son of NUSD’s Adult Transitions Program teacher, Joel Schwieger and his wife Darian. “Joey” was born with autism and died at a young age, 30, but he continues to serve as an inspiration to his parents.

A dedication plaque for the food locker, located at Natomas High School, contains a photo of Joey and says “his infectious smile touched the lives of everyone around him. He will always be remembered for his love and caring for others.” Joel Sr. added that his son routinely places others’ needs before his own.

The caring spirit is meant to be a driving force behind Joey’s Food Locker, which receives canned and dried foods from the Sacramento Food Bank and from the public via containers to be placed at all NUSD campuses. The NUSD District Office located at 1901 Arena Blvd. also accepts canned and dried foods.

Whoever shows up at Joey’s Food Locker receives food, with quantities varying based on family size. By helping to fill stomachs, Natomas Unified hopes also to boost the academic prospects of hungry students in need. “It not only will help them with food, it will help them with education,” Schwieger Sr. said. “Instead of worrying about their next meal, they’ll be fed and ready for school.”

What type of donations do we take?

Canned food/dry food

Monetary donations are always welcome. Your donations may be tax deductible.

Nov
27
Fri
Joey’s Food Locker @ Natomas High School
Nov 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

During the school closure Joey’s Food Locker will be open every Friday 4:00-5:30.

Natomas Unified operates a free food locker to serve needy families, with staffing provided by the District’s Adult Transition Program that helps young adults ages 18 to 22 overcome mental or physical challenges by teaching them skills for living independently and getting a job.

Hungry local residents receive canned or dried foods, while volunteer students from Adult Transition Program develop or polish skills in greeting and serving families, stocking shelves, bagging groceries, teamwork, checking food expiration dates, and keeping the locker open and operating smoothly.

The facility serves families from 4 – 5:30 p.m. every third and fourth Friday of the month. It is located near the tennis courts at Natomas High School, 3301 Fong Ranch Road.

The food locker is dedicated to the memory of Joel Michael Schwieger Jr., son of NUSD’s Adult Transitions Program teacher, Joel Schwieger and his wife Darian. “Joey” was born with autism and died at a young age, 30, but he continues to serve as an inspiration to his parents.

A dedication plaque for the food locker, located at Natomas High School, contains a photo of Joey and says “his infectious smile touched the lives of everyone around him. He will always be remembered for his love and caring for others.” Joel Sr. added that his son routinely places others’ needs before his own.

The caring spirit is meant to be a driving force behind Joey’s Food Locker, which receives canned and dried foods from the Sacramento Food Bank and from the public via containers to be placed at all NUSD campuses. The NUSD District Office located at 1901 Arena Blvd. also accepts canned and dried foods.

Whoever shows up at Joey’s Food Locker receives food, with quantities varying based on family size. By helping to fill stomachs, Natomas Unified hopes also to boost the academic prospects of hungry students in need. “It not only will help them with food, it will help them with education,” Schwieger Sr. said. “Instead of worrying about their next meal, they’ll be fed and ready for school.”

What type of donations do we take?

Canned food/dry food

Monetary donations are always welcome. Your donations may be tax deductible.