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Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Please sign up on the Walk Alert email list and get timely reminders before each event.
 
View Don's 2022 Friendship Walk and Bike Schedule Posted: Dec 26, 2021
 
See more information and links below the calendar. SWSW?
 
How to use the MapQuest Links to the start location.
How to find events on the AVA website.
 
Friendship Walk: Start registration at 9:15 but will be seasonally adjusted to avoid heat. Sign up for the Walk Alert to receive timely information for each walk.
 
 
 



Date Day Time
Details
Stamps Yes/No
Event Name and Details Start Point - Google Maps
Start Address
Jan 15 Sat Checkin
9:00-9:45AM
Year Round Event

hosted by Delta Tule Trekkers
Stockton - University
McDonald's

4415 Pacific Avenue,
Stockton
January 16 Sun 10:00 AM

In Praise of Walking: A New Scientific Exploration by Shane O’Mara
Sacramento - Pocket Area
Bill Conlin Sports Complex

7895 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento
Jan 17 Mon 10:00 AM
~Sticks Road Adventure to San Jose~
hosted by South Bay Striders
San Jose - Almaden Lake
Almaden Lake Village Rental Office

1045 Coleman Road,
San Jose
Jan 18 Tues 9:15 AM
Sacramento - Hidden Murals
Rite Aid

2211 F St,
Sacramento
Jan 18 Tues 8:00 PM
Full Wolf Moon Walk
Elk Grove - Charlie Fowble Memorial
Why is it called a Wolf Moon?
Meet at
Tea Garden


9109 Laguna Main #100,
Elk Grove
EVENING WALK: 5K only, 6:15 pm registration, 6:30 pm start time.
Contact: Barbara Nuss 916-283-4650 or email nussb@surewest.net
Bring a flash!
Jan 19 Wed 6:15 PM

Davis - Southeast Tunnels & Bridges
Common Grounds Coffee

2171 Cowell Blvd, Ste F,
Davis
Jan 20 Thurs 9:30 AM
Davis - South Davis/El Macero
Common Grounds Coffee

2171 Cowell Blvd, Ste F,
Davis
Jan 20 Thurs 9:15 AM
Lake Natoma Bike Tour
Starbucks

12195 Tributary Point,
Rancho Cordova
Jan 22 Sat 9:30 AM

hosted by Delta Tule Trekkers
Jackson - Historic Town and Country Walk
Best Western Amador Inn

200 CA-49,
Jackson
Jan 25 Tues 10:00 AM
Sacramento - South Natomas
Natomas Bike Shop

3291 Truxel Rd Suite 30,
Sacramento
Jan 26 Wed 6:15 PM

Carmichael - Ancil Hoffman Park
Meet at
Bella Bru Café


5038 Fair Oaks Blvd,
Carmichael
Jan 27 Thurs 9:15 AM
West Sac - River Walk
La Bou Bakery

849 Jefferson Blvd #101,
West Sac
Jan 29 Sat 9:30 AM

hosted by Sacramento Walking Sticks
Sacramento - Sierra Oaks Vista
Starbucks

610 Watt Ave,
Sacramento
Feb 1 Tues 9:15 AM
Sacramento - Sac State
CVS Pharmacy

2085 Fair Oaks Blvd,
Sacramento
Feb 2 Wed 6:15 PM

Sacramento - Capitol - Wayne Holloway Memorial Walk
Best Western Sandman Motel

236 Jibboom St,
Sacramento
Feb 3 Thurs 9:15 AM
Carmichael - Hidden Parks
SaveMart - Crestview Village

4708 Manzanita Ave,
Carmichael
Feb 3 Thurs 9:15 AM
Sacramento - Natomas Flood Plain Tour
Natomas Bike Shop

3291 Truxel Rd Suite 30,
Sacramento
Feb 4 Fri 7:30 AM
Breakfast: Velvet Grill & Creamery
400 4th St, Galt
Galt - Cosumnes River Preserve

American Heart Assoc Go Red
Meet at
Cosumnes Preserve


13501 Franklin Blvd,
Galt
Mar 5 Sat 9:30 AM

hosted by Sonoma County Stompers
Healdsburg - Wine Country - Sonoma County
Adel's Restaurant

200 Dry CreekRd,
Healdsburg
 

 
SWSW stands for Sticks Walk Stick's Walks. This is a book that is available to any Sacramento Walking Sticks member for free. When you walk an event for credit that is sponsored by the Sacramento Walking Sticks, stamp this book and when you get 10 different events, you receive a free "Stick's Buck" (a $3 coupon that will pay the credit fee for any Sacramento Walking Sticks walk). The symbol lets you know which walks are eligible for this program.
WWW stands for Walking With Woody. This program is for anyone (member or not) who walks for credit and who wants to explore California. Take the initial of the city you are walking in (California only) and spell out "Sacramento Walking Sticks". See the Special Programs page for more details about how to get this book.
 
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The Compass is another good way to find out about upcoming events. The Compass is a magazine published by the California Volkssport Association and describes traditional walks in the Pacific region. To subscribe to the Compass, you can complete the subscription/donation form and receive this information-packed publication in your mailbox quarterly.
 
The American Wanderer is the bi-montly publication of the American Volkssport Association (AVA) that gives you the word on what's going on around the nation. You can subscribe to The American Wanderer by becoming a member of AVA.
 
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