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Dixon News Briefs 7-5-24

Jul 03, 2024 09:23AM ● By MPG Staff

Awards were presented to Osiris Jimenez-Palomino and Justin Albrecht. Pictured are Martha Palomino, Osiris Jimenez-Palomino, Justin Albrecht and Angeline Albrecht. Photo courtesy of Karen Hamera

Free Tarot Readings at the Dixon Public Library on July 9

Join us for an enlightening session with an experienced tarot reader! Gain insight into your future! Whether you are seeking guidance or simply curious, all are welcome! Suitable for teenagers and adults. First come, first served. Tuesday, July 9, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 230 N. 1st St.

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 On July 9, residents can get a free tarot reading at the Dixon Public Library. Courtesy photo

Dixon Open Microphone Night

Calling all musicians! The Dixon Chamber of Commerce and the Dixon Moose Lodge have

partnered to bring Open Mic Night to Dixon! Join us on Wednesday, July 10. Signups begin at 5:30 p.m. You do not have to be a Moose Lodge Member to participate. Dixon Moose Lodge #1120, 180 W. B St.

Dixon Family Services looking for construction help

Please help us build a fence!

The following are our scheduled workdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Friday, July 12 to Saturday, July 13

Friday, July 19 to Saturday, July 20

With the following days, if needed:

Friday, July 26 to Saturday, July 27.

This project at Dixon Family Services will improve the health and safety of staff, clientele, and community.

If you cannot volunteer, you can also contribute by helping us with the cost of materials. Please donate.

Send a check to DFS, 155 N 2nd St., Dixon, CA 95620

Indicate it is for the fence in your memo.

For more information or to be placed on the list of volunteers, contact Tim Williams at 916-849-3262 or [email protected] or Cookie Powell at 707-678-0442 or [email protected].

Leave a message; we will get back to you.

Thank you for your consideration and for your contributions in advance.

Mark your Calendars for Concerts in the Park!

Thursday, July 18. 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Hey Jude (the Band) hails from Vacaville and the San Francisco Bay Area. They play energetic and accurate versions of music from the ’60s and ’70s with an emphasis on The Beatles. Hey Jude was formed in 2011 with each member bringing years of experience to provide one of the Bay Area’s best party and dance experiences, featuring music we can all sing along and get up and move to! Pardi Plaza at the corner of 1st and A streets. 

Dixon Farmer’s Market

Every Thursday is the Downtown Dixon Farmer’s Market. Enjoy organic fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, nuts, homemade salsa, tamales, hummus, olive oil, hot food and more! From 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. through Sept. 26 at Women’s Improvement Club Park, 230 North First St.

Dixon Young Ladies Institute #141 of St. Peter’s Catholic Church distribute awards

The ladies of YLI Sacred Heart # 141 of St. Peter's Catholic Church recently awarded two young members of the parish. While they received many qualified applicants, two of them really stood out. Osiris Jimenez-Palomino (pictured with her mother, Martha Palomino) and Justin Albrecht (pictured with his mother, Angeline Albrecht). Both applicants, through their essays and recommendation letters, demonstrated dedication to their faith and exemplify service to the church and their communities. Both will be pursuing careers in allied medical health sciences. Congratulations to all!