|Disabled waterski competition already underway in Elk Grove|
In the weekend before what is considered to be the traditional end of summer, there are several activities planned in Elk Grove tomorrow.
Multicultural Festival highlights tomorrow's events; Davis, Higley conducting outreach, Lungren seeks precinct walkers
Undoubtedly the biggest event will be tomorrow's inaugural Multicultural Festival at Elk Grove Regional Park. Not only will the event offer a vast array of multicultural entertainment reflecting Elk Grove's diverse culture, there will be several food vendors on hand as well.
The event and parking at the park is free and runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. More information about the entertainment and other activities at the festival is available here.
With the election season upon us, at least three candidates will provide those who either want to speak to candidates or walk precincts for them opportunities tomorrow. Congressman Dan Lungren is seeking for volunteers to walk precincts tomorrow. The campaign will meet in front of the old Bel Air store at 10 a.m. tomorrow.
Mayoral candidates Gary Davis and Greg Higley will be conducting outreach efforts tomorrow morning. Higley will be distributing water bottles and talking with voters starting at 9 a.m. Davis will hold a pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. followed by a park clean-up.
For those interested in watching a unique sporting events, compeition is already underway for the Disabled Waterski Nationals. The event concludes tomorrow and is being held on Shortline Lake off Sheldon Road. More information about the competition is available here.