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Art Workshop with Milton 510 Bowens
Master Art Workshop

Renowned Bay Area artist and educator, Milton 510 Bowens presents the second of three  Master Art Workshops.   Attendees will create their own individual, message driven, mixed media original work of art

 

 Attendees will create their own individual, message driven, mixed media original work of art.

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“Paint and Sip” with Ebony London
At Underground Books

“Yes I Did!”

At this painting event, you will draw & paint a proud & confident figure.  You will spend time customizing the figure’s gender, skin tone, hair color / texture and the figure’s clothing design & colors. 

Cost: $35

Limited seats available!

Call or visit Underground Books to reserve your seat. 

(916) 737-3333

2814 35th Street

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Brian Copeland’s “Not a Genuine Black Man”
One-Man Play

The longest-running solo show in Bay Area history returns. In 1971, Fair Housing advocates considered San Leandro one of the most racist suburbs in America. CBS aired a special on the turbulent situation and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights even conducted hearings. The very next year, 8-year-old Brian Copeland, his 6-year-old sister, Tracie Stafford, and the rest of his African-American family moved in. With his hilarious and insightful one-man show, Not a Genuine Black Man, he looks back at the ways in which our upbringing makes us who we are.

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Tuesday Night Movies at the Guild
Brought to you by Popcorn Culture

Showing the movies that made us who we are. 
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Come watch a different movie Tuesday nights at the Guild Theater.

Doors open at 8pm with music videos.

Showtime at 9am.

Free Admission

For movie listings and to RSVP visit https://linktr.ee/hofisbetter

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Tuesday Night Movies at the Guild
Brought to you by Popcorn Culture

Showing the movies that made us who we are. 
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Come watch a different movie Tuesday nights at the Guild Theater.

Doors open at 8pm with music videos.

Showtime at 9am.

Free Admission

For movie listings and to RSVP visit https://linktr.ee/hofisbetter

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St. HOPE + NetSuite
By Ton Saliew, Technology Program Manager

At St. HOPE, we are always looking to improve efficiencies and economies of scale.  A few things we considered when searching for a new finance system were agility, unity, and scalability. We needed a new finance system up and running fast, so NetSuite’s out-of-the-box, 60-day “SuiteSuccess” program offered the speed we sorely needed to hit the ground running. After years of using disparate systems and processes, NetSuite’s unified approach to finance operations centered our payroll, accounting, and finances in a way never realized previously.

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Walter Mosley Visits Underground Books

Underground Books had the honor of hosting renowned and critically acclaimed author Walter Mosley at the 40 Acres Complex for an enchanting evening at the bookstore and a fireside chat at the Guild Theater.

Mr. Mosley, who authored “Devil in a Blue Dress,” visited Oak Park to share his newest novel, John Woman, and talk about his career, writing projects, and insight as a crime-fiction writer.

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Annual Fundraiser Exceeds Expectations

The Annual St. HOPE Dinner, which took place on September 23 at the Downtown Hyatt Regency, began like so many others in years prior – a packed house eagerly anticipating a fun-filled evening. However, this year’s event left a long-lasting impression on the hundreds of guests who attended.  

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FUN-tastic Times at the Guild Theater!

Have you been to an event at the Guild recently?

Lately, the Guild Theater has been the place to be! The Guild Theater has provided so many events including movie nights, comedy shows, and even plays! Early this month, the Guild has hosted  events such as: Anthropology of Dia de los Muertos lecture, Fireside Chat with Walter Mosley, Specialty Coffee Panel, Cinderella Scholarship Pageant, and of course a movie every Tuesday by Popcorn Culture!

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Cookin’ it up with NASA!
Domina Stamas, Sac High Science Teacher

Over the past few years I have collaborated multiple times with NASA for many projects with our students as well as my own professional development. 

I recently spoke with Johnson Space Center in Houston and we were given the green light to participate in the Astronaut Culinary Challenge.

Not only will we be the only school in California to participate this year, we will be the FIRST California school to participate in the program!!  

Article By Cathie Anderson

Best-selling crime-fiction writer Walter Mosley to appear Friday in Sacramento
Sacramento Bee - October 9, 2018

October 09, 2018 03:00 AM

Former Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson will sit down with award-winning novelist Walter Mosley for what is billed as a fireside chat Friday evening at Oak Park’s Guild Theater.

Underground Books, the bookstore run by Johnson’s mother Georgia West, coordinated the event where Mosley is expected to discuss his latest book, “John Woman,” (Atlantic Monthly Press, $26, 320 pages) released Sept. 4. In an interview with the weekly Washington Informer newspaper, Mosley said he had been working on the novel for 15 years.

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Underground Books Presents Walter Mosley!

Underground Books proudly presents renowned and critically acclaimed author Walter Mosley next Friday, October 12 at the Guild Theater and Underground Books. Join us for a fire chat discussion and book signing as Mr. Mosley shares his newest novel, John Woman.

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First Impressions: My College Experience
By TaKayla Johnson, Sac High Class of 2018

I’ve always dreamed about going to an HBCU. I was unsure about my experience at a predominantly white institution. I currently attend California State University, Sacramento and I have loved my experience thus far. Coming from a predominantly black high school, Sacramento Charter High School, the diversity of Sac State’s campus was truly a culture shock, but the levels of love and unity helped me overcome my worries about attending a local university. Sac state is a great campus and I have learned the importance of my presence on this campus.

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Staff Star: Mr. Antonio Sarabia

Here at St. HOPE we find it very rewarding to recognize the outstanding commitment from our staff, which more than often go above and beyond to give scholars an unforgettable learning experience. With amazing staff like Mr. Sarabia, Sac High’s Visual Arts and Communications teacher, there’s no wonder why we have such amazing scholars.

This month we had the privilege of sitting down with veteran HOPEster, Mr. Sarabia, to hear a little about his story. Here’s what we captured:

Q: How long have you been here? How did you hear about St. HOPE?

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St. HOPE Welcomes SETA!

In 2007, the St. HOPE-operated preschool, Triumph Center for Early Childhood Education, opened its doors offering a high-quality early childhood education program for young children in the Oak Park neighborhood. For nearly 10 years, Triumph actively served hundreds of families throughout the community and surrounding areas, creating a learning environment inclusive for all.

In June 2017, Triumph made the difficult decision to close its doors with the hope that through continued conversation, future opportunities would emerge.

Article Sacramento Business JournalSeptember 25, 2018

Coworking firm Capsity plans unique interior for new Oak Park location
By Ben Van Der Meer

Coworking firm Capsity plans unique interior for new Oak Park location

Sep 25, 2018, 7:10am PDT

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This building at 3810 Broadway is the future home of coworking firm Capsity.

Months after buying it, coworking firm Capsity is rolling out details about its new location in the Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento.

Article Sacramento Business JournalNovember 10, 2017

Capsity plans new development, investment on Broadway in Oak Park
By Ben Van Der Meer

Capsity plans new development, investment on Broadway in Oak Park

BEN VAN DER MEER | SACRAMENTO BUSINESS JOURNAL

The properties at 3230 and 3226 Broadway, where Capsity is planning a new development

Co-working hub Capsity is partnering on a real estate development along Broadway in Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhood, in a project that will include breakfast pizza.

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St. HOPE Annual Employee Wellness Fair

Walking into the dimmed library, staff were greeted with the aroma of fresh fruit and the beat of exhilarating music. In one corner of the room, folks were sharing the benefits of meditation, in another, a barre demonstration was just starting. Samples of detoxifying juices and sunflower butters were passed around while staff worked on a community brainstorming project. This is the St. HOPE Annual Wellness Fair, an event designed for all St.

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The Student Store is ONLINE!

Buying school uniforms just became easier with a click of a button! All St. HOPE Public School polos and jackets can now be purchased through our online store! We know how difficult it can be to come into the store to buy all of your scholar’s items so now you can go online, select the items you want, purchase them with your credit card and then pick them up at the store.

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Free Meals for St. HOPE Scholars

This school year we will begin serving free meals to our students for breakfast and lunch. We are excited to be given the opportunity to provide our students cost-free meals under the USDA Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). The CEP, launched under the Healthy, Hunger-free Act, is a four-year program that serves free meals to the nation’s highest poverty schools and operates through federal and state funds. This is the first year we have qualified for the CEP program.

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Oak Park Speaker Series Conclusion

The inaugural Oak Park Speaker Series presented by Underground Books and the Greater Sacramento Urban League concluded with two amazing events at the Guild Theater.

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Scholars Receive Summer Camp Scholarships

In addition to the traditional academic summer school session for scholars in need of catching up before the next school year, St. HOPE also partnered with Camp EDMO to provide scholars with a unique STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) and SEL (Social Emotional Learning) enrichment program.  The Bay Area based program recently expanded to the Sacramento Region and offered its services to the Sac High campus location for the first time last year.

Blog post by Ruben Moodypublished Aug 23, 2018

interview: aizik “aik” brown, wide open walls muralist
Valley Vision Blog

Aizik “Aik” Brown proudly describes himself as an Artist and Educator committed to improving the lives of those around him, particularly in Oak Park. Over the past two weeks, Valley Vision has been fortunate enough to have Aizik paint a stunning mural on the outside wall of our new office building as part of Sacramento’s Wide Open Walls mural festival, in partnership with St. HOPE.

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Soccer Succeeds at PS7 Elementary School!

For the last two years, Street Soccer USA and PS7 Elementary School have partnered to provide 3rd – 5th grade scholars at PS7 access to after school soccer as an enrichment program multiple days per week. The partnership is funded by Councilmember Jay Schenirer’s Way Up Sacramento initiative to provide more healthy activities for Oak Park youth, and because soccer was a sport they wanted to pilot.