Past Events

Trees & Tunes April 24, 2022

Attended by: Approx. 165+

Date: April 24, 2022

Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Place: Gathered at 2542 Rod Beaudry Drive close to the River Bend Park entrance

For more information about this event or if you have questions: eventsforpar@gmail.com


The Trees & Tunes Friendraiser event was another great success for the Preserve the American River team! We had wonderful sponsors that continue to support our efforts to protect this last remaining open space next to the lower American River. Folks were able to visit with our community, the sponsors, and enjoy a beautiful Spring day near the entrance of River Bend Park in Sacramento.

The highlight was the incredible sounds of local favorite, the Henry Robinett Group. It's clear there's more going on than small-town jazz!

We hope you enjoyed the afternoon relaxing, enjoying live music, good food & drink, and soaking in the natural beauty of the area. Thank you for continuing to Protect OUR Land, Protect OUR Future.

Family Fall Fest October 17, 2021

Attended by: Approx. 400+

Date: October 17, 2021

Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Place: Met on Stirling Park & Rod Beaudry Drive close to the River Bend Park entrance

For more information about this event or if you have questions: eventsforpar@gmail.com


The Family Fall Festival was a huge success! Thank you for turning out to support the effort and visit with your community, sponsors, and enjoy a beautiful Fall day near the entrance of River Bend Park in Sacramento. Stirling Park drive was buzzing with families enjoying live music, lunch, and plenty of arts & crafts.

The highlight of the event were walking tours of this beautiful, threatened land. Thank you for continuing to Protect OUR Land, Protect OUR Future.

Visit the Family Fall Fest page to see event highlights!

Read the Grapevine Independent article about the event
"
Fall Festival Celebrating the American River" (PDF).

Educational Walking Tour May 1, 2021

Attended by: Approx. 200

Date: May 1, 2021

Time: 9:00 AM

Place: Met at the corner of Stirling Park & Rod Beaudry

For more information about this event or if you have questions: Cbirch@comcast.net

We had a successful, productive and fun Walk of the Recorded Easements (the portions which are not BLOCKED by fences on the Kassis Property) in which almost 200 people, young and old participated.

Walking Tour Archives

Pictures of our tour of the Kassis property with a group of bird watchers and community members.

Photos: Carl Salmonsen

Pictures of our tour of the Kassis property with Scouts from Troup 363.

Photos: Carl Salmonsen