Multiple National Night Out celebrations in North Sac

National Night Out takes place tomorrow, August 6. Here are locations in North Sacramento participating in the event:

North Avenue Apartments
999 North Ave
Games, prizes, music, crime prevention info, safety info.

Woodhaven Senior Residences
3731 Rio Linda Blvd
Food, jump house, snow cones, face painting, music.

Del Paso Heights & Robla Park Community Associations
Robla Community Park (625 Bell Avenue)
Free Hot Dog combo with beverage (while they last), raffle prize drawing (1 entry per family), face painting, clowns, basketball, walking trail. Grant High School Drumline. Saxophonist Shawn Raidford. Legacy Car Club. Visits from Councilmember Allen Warren, Twin Rivers Police Dept., William J. Kinney Station Police Officers, and Fire Station 17 Firemen and Fire Truck. View Flier:

Hagginwood Community Association
Jack Rea Park (1814 Kenwood St)
Watermelon feed, K9 Demo, home security, and other activities.

North Highlands Community Ralley
Freedom Park
Free Family Event, Crime Free Community Speakers, Creating Safer Neighborhoods, Live Music, Free Food, McGruff. Sponsored by Local Faith Based Community Partners, North Highlands Park District, Supervisor Susan Peters, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, Department of Community Development-Code Enforcement, McClellan Park, Recycling Industries
Cancun Palace Apartments
695 Plaza Avenue
Games, Prizes, BBQ

Swanson Estates Neighborhood Association
2001 Waterford Road
BBQ, potluck, games, raffle.

Ben Ali Community Association
Higher Learning Academy (2625 Plover Street)
Music, kids activities, raffle, food & drinks from Target/Chick-fil-a.

Woodlake Neighborhood Association
Woodlake Community Park (Oxford St. and Woodlake Dr.)
Cookies & Ice Cream, BBQ hot dogs and chili.

National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhood are organized and fighting back.

Leave a Reply