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Citrus Heights This Month: what’s happening in July

Local events and activities around Citrus Heights this month include free movie showings, a car show, kids camp, and more. Here’s what’s happening in July:

Open House, July 5 — Those interested in learning more about proposed changes to the City’s zoning code regarding food trucks are invited to attend an “open house” at city hall. Proposed changes would make the zoning code more friendly for food truck events and other temporary uses for mobile food vendors. The open house will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. on July 5 at the temporary city hall, located at 7927 Auburn Blvd. (Link)

Free Zootopia showing, July 5 — A free showing of the PG-rated animated film “Zootopia” will be held at Sylvan Oaks Library from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The showing is part of the library’s monthly “Movie Madness” series, shown on the first Tuesday of each month. (Link)

Free outdoor movie showing, July 9 — The Citrus Town Center will host a free outdoor showing of the PG-rated film, “Open Season: Scared Silly.” The event is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. and will also feature popcorn, games and a raffle. The Center is located at 7925 Greenback Ln. (Link)

Car show, July 10 — A muscle car show will be held at Stones Casino from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The event is free to the public and $20 for those wishing to register a car in the show. (Link)

Food Truck Mania, July 13 — On the second Wednesday of each month, from April through September, a wide variety of food trucks will set up for “Food Truck Mania” at Rusch Park from 5 to 8 p.m. The event is also scheduled to feature music and vendors.

[Related: Monthly Food Truck Mania event hits Rusch Park thru Sept]

Kids Camp, July 15 — A free “Summer Safari” kids camp will be held at the Citrus Town Center from 10:00 a.m to noon.  The interactive crafting event promises crafting, face painting, games, and more. The Center is located at 7925 Greenback Lane. (Link)

City council nomination period, July 18 — Citrus Heights residents wishing to run for one of two city council seats up for election this year can submit nomination papers beginning July 18 and continuing through Aug. 12. Both Councilwoman Sue Frost and Vice Mayor Jeff Slowey have their positions up for election. Frost announced she is not seeking re-election due to her current campaign for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors. (Link)

Community meeting, July 22 — County Sup. Roberta MacGlashan is scheduled to hold a “community cabinet” meeting at the Denny’s restaurant on Sunrise Boulevard near Greenback Lane. The retiring supervisor’s monthly meetings are held at 7:30 a.m. on the fourth Friday of most months and typically feature a guest speaker and a county government update from MacGlashan.

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Community Campout, July 23-24 — The 15th annual Citrus Heights Community Camp Out will again be held at Rusch Park. The overnight event is scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. Saturday and will continue to the following day, with free swimming, a BBQ dinner, “campinental breakfast,” and campfire entertainment. (Link)

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