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This Month In Boomer: January 2020

Dec 26, 2019 04:47PM

Boomer Sacramento Magazine - January 2020

This Month's Feature:

Footloose  Fancy Free The Wonderful World of Dance

Footloose & Fancy Free: The Wonderful World of Dance

You don’t have to be as talented as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers to enjoy the benefits of dancing. Dancing is the perfect exercise; it’s fun, easy, and you can do it anywhere. Read More » 

 

January Crossword & Answers:

Healthy Habits Crossword

Healthy Habits Crossword

A Custom Crossword by Gail Marie Beckman Read More » 

 

Other Highlighted Articles:

On Cloud Wine 5 Robust Reds

On Cloud Wine: 5 Robust Reds

Toast to rainy days, cozy nights in, and the year 2020 with one of the following wintry wines. In no particular order… Read More » 

 

Capitol Region Writers Coffeehouse

Capitol Region Writers Coffeehouse

Published and aspiring writers gathered for a networking meeting of the Sacramento chapter of the Writers Coffeehouse—a national discussion and networking group. Read More » 

 

Celebration of Hope 2019

Celebration of Hope 2019

This fourth annual gala hosted by Sacramento Family Justice Center honored Julie and Michael Teel and featured an evening crafted to celebrate hope in our community. Read More » 

 

19th Annual Wayne Spence Folsom Veterans Day Parade

19th Annual Wayne Spence Folsom Veterans Day Parade

This year’s parade lineup included more than 2,800 participants with marching bands, floats, classic cars, horseback riders, color guards, and a variety of community groups. Read More » 

 

Ring in Hope

Ring in Hope

This annual luncheon hosted by Roseville Salvation Army included 224 guests, emcee Paul Robbins, and guest speaker Dr. John Jackson, president of William Jessup University. Read More » 

 

Black Red  White Gala

Black, Red, & White Gala

ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter held its annual gala with a Studio 54 theme and successfully raised over $100,000 in support of benefitting local families living with ALS. Read More » 

 

Healthy Start 5 New Recipes for the New Year

Healthy Start: 5 New Recipes for the New Year

Are you resolving to cook healthier at home this year? If so, we have you covered with five fuss-free, flavor-packed recipes that are nutritious and delicious. Read More » 

 

Sip Sip Horray 4 Grape Escapes

Sip, Sip, Horray! 4 Grape Escapes

Seeking a weekend full of award-winning wines, gourmet food, and lots of fun? The following destinations bring all the above, plus more, and are just a stone’s throw away. Read More » 

 

Couch Potato 5 Sofa Styles for Every Space

Couch Potato: 5 Sofa Styles for Every Space

When it comes to couches, trendy silhouettes come and go. If you stick with the classics, however, you’ll have a timeless piece of furniture that lasts a lifetime. Read More » 

 

Health is Wealth 8 Medicare Mistakes to Avoid

Health is Wealth: 8 Medicare Mistakes to Avoid

For those approaching age 65 and preparing to enter the Medicare system, understanding the language and nuances can be confusing. We compiled a list of common mistakes to avoid. Read More » 

 

Society For the Blind A Vision of Hope

Society For the Blind: A Vision of Hope

Helen Keller’s issued a challenge when she presented the keynote address at the 1925 Lions Club International Convention: She challenged the members to “Be the Knights for the Blind.” Read More » 

 

Keep Up With the Latest Digital Social and Literary Trends January 2020

Keep Up With the Latest Digital, Social, and Literary Trends; January 2020

Read on for new books, apps, and hobbies to kick off the new year. Read More » 

 

Ask the Experts What Are the Warning Signs That I Have A Hearing Loss

Ask the Experts: What Are the Warning Signs That I Have A Hearing Loss?

What are some ways I can elevate the flavor and nutrition of an omelet? What are the warning signs that I have a hearing loss? Read More » 

 

Take a Hike CA State Parks Annual Pass 101

Take a Hike: CA State Parks Annual Pass 101

If you’re a frequent visitor to California State Parks an annual pass may be a good investment. Read More » 

 

Frank Fat From Obscurity to Celebrity

Frank Fat: From Obscurity to Celebrity

For Frank Fat, infamous restaurateur of Sacramento, his ascent up Gold Mountain started with a keno game in the basement of the Hong King Lum Restaurant. Read More » 

 

The 10 Spot Love Where You Live

The 10 Spot: Love Where You Live

It’s no secret that we live in one of the best parts of California? With this land’s bounty, beauty, and beautiful people, there’s so much to be thankful for—including you dear readers! Read More »