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Harmonica pro offers workshop

Bud Gardner, founder and leader of the Sun City Roseville Harmonicoots — the largest working harmonica band in the country — will offer an intermediate marmonica worksh ...

Ridley Gallery opens new exhibit

The Sierra College Ridley Gallery presents "Post Sierra, an exhibition of work by Sierra College alumnus Evan Nesbit, Tyler Mcginn and Laurie Rindell. All attended Sierra bet ...

Sierra College celebrates People & Culture Days

Have you danced to mariachi music? Can you make a Japanese origami crane? These are just a few of the things you can participate in at the 11th annual People & Culture Days at ...

Sierra College offers ‘At Ease’ training for veterans

Did you know nearly 700 military veterans are attending Sierra College right now? And the numbers are growing every semester, not only because local veterans are returning home in ...

Maki-Gill’s ‘H1N1’ on display in Baltimore

Sierra College congratulates local sculptor and staffer Anthony Maki-Gill for earning a place in a nationally juried ceramic exhibition in Baltimore, Md. His work, “H1N1,&rdq ...

Helping veterans return to the fold

ROCKLIN – In its latest attempt to help student veterans feel more at home, Sierra College will host a free public workshop next month to train staff, outreach specialists an ...

Earn college credit while experiencing life and culture in Madrid

Take higher education farther by studying in Madrid, Spain, Jan.  22 through April 20, 2014. Every spring semester, Sierra College offers students an opportunity to continue ...

Celebrate things that go bump in the night

The Sierra College Natural History Museum will host its first “Hiss, Squeak, Roar” event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, at 5000 Rocklin Road. Come face to f ...

Sierra College buzzing about bees

The Sierra College Natural History Museum will present an illustrated lecture, “The Current State of the Honey Bee,” by local bee biologist Randy Oliver at 7:30 p.m. Fr ...

RobbJack shows Colfax High students how math is used in manufacturing

Through the Sierra College Center for Applied Competitive Technologies and Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Collaborative, Colfax High School students toured RobbJack, a ...

Sierra drama students cast a ‘spell’

The Sierra College Drama Department, directed by Professor Debra Hammond, will present opening night of the musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” Oct. 25 ...

Sierra College celebrates Manufacturing Day

On Friday, Oct. 4, the nation will celebrate National Manufacturing Day, with businesses offering tours to demonstrate modern fabrication and career opportunities. In Sacramento, ...

Sierra students celebrate innovation

Sierra College held an Arts and Innovation Day Sept. 26 with creative workshops including theater and musical improvisation, the art of the spoken word, artistic and creativity dis ...

Sierra hosts training in workplace organization

To guide companies in using Workplace Organization and Visual Controls, or 7S methods, to improve productivity, Sierra College Center for Applied Competitive Technologies and Conti ...

Sierra College observes Constitution Day

Current events have made Constitutional freedoms a hot topic of public conversation, and Sierra College hosted an event last week as a refresher course on the subject. Sept. 17 wa ...