May 1st

Rosa’s at Tower Park | Live Music with Terry Sheets Band

Rockin Country at its BEST! 

TERRY SHEETS BAND

The Party is here at Rosa's at Tower Park so bring out your dancing shoes.  Terry Sheets Band will pack the house so come early and stay late!  You will be glad you did!  $5.00 Cover at the door. 

May 2nd

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery in Isleton, and Lido Bay Wines. Call 916-777-4800

May 2nd

Delta Yacht Club Open House

Join us at an open house! Come on out and see what our club has to offer. You will be treated to a tour of our private island, followed by dinner and an opportunity to stay overnight. Reservations are a must! Looking forward to showing you our Delta Diamond! Also offered on June 27 and August 1.

May 2nd

Rosa’s at Tower Park | Live Music with Lil Wingnut and the Rhythm Disciples

We got THE BLUES!  

Wingnut Adams is and Rhythm Disciples will be playing this Saturday Night.  Sacramento Blues Society Award winning Band.   

$5.00 Cover at the door. 

May 3rd

Full Moon Paddle

Join us as we paddle under the moonlight!  We'll launch our kayaks before the sun sets at 7:59 and as  the moon rises over the Delta at 7:47 pm and leisurely paddle around the many small islands enjoying the peace and serenity.  Dress warm with synthetic clothing and always leave a towel and dry clothes in your vehicle when paddling in cooler weather/water! Delta Kayak Adventures will provide kayak, paddle and pfd. If you are new to paddling we suggest bringing a friend and paddling one of our stable double kayaks.  Experience the tranquility of paddling the Delta after dark

May 3rd

65th Annual Opening Day Boat Parade

The Sacramento Yacht Club (SYC) will host the 65th Annual Opening Day Boat Parade on the Sacramento River on Sunday, May 3rd, 2015. All boaters are invited to participate in the parade. The theme for this year’s parade is Law Enforcement Appreciation. The parade will begin at the Sacramento Yacht Club at 12:00 p.m. with a blessing of the fleet ceremony. Boaters will pass for viewing by judges onsite and will proceed up river through Old Town and turn around at the Virgin Sturgeon restaurant. The fleet will return to the Club at about 2:00 p.m. Boats will be judged in the under 30’, 30’-35’, 36’-40’, and over 40’ categories with prizes awarded for first, second, and third place per category. Special award for “Rear Commodore’s Favorite Theme” and SYC “Overall Winner” will also be presented. The awards ceremony will take place at the Club.

The parade can be viewed anywhere along the Sacramento River with the best vantage points at Old Sacramento and the West Sacramento River Walk Park. The park features picnic tables, walking paths, a grand staircase, and a levee-top Promenade. Watch the parade and enjoy the day by welcoming the opening of the boating season in the Sacramento community. Boaters that want to participate in the parade should contact the Sacramento Yacht Club at (916) 371-
5058.

May 8th

Rosa’s at Tower Park | Paint Nite~Drink Creatively

Paint Nite | Drink Creatively

Do you like to have fun?  Paint Nite is all about having fun!  Have a few cocktails and become a master artist. This event sells out quickly, so check it out at www.paintnite.com and purchase your ticket.  Use the code Rosas20 for a $20.00 coupon.  Then join us for a creative evening with paint brushes!  

May 9th

Rosa’s at Tower Park | LIVE MUSIC with Crosstown 5

CROSSTOWN 5

First Time appearance at Rosa's at Tower Park!

Crosstown 5

Five piece dance oriented band playing songs from the 50's to current. Rock, classic rock, the "oldies" as people tend to call ...them, Motown, some funk and country as well. Guitar, Drums, Bass, Percussion and guitar / Keyboard / Keytar with all 5 of us singing. Individual bios are on the website.
This is a band that started back in the mid 90's and evolved to what it is today.  www.crosstown5.com
 
 
 

May 9th

Locke Centennial Celebration

1915-2015, The Legacy Lives On. The Locke Centennial Celebration is a one day, fundraising event, celebrating Locke's history of 100 years Performers are limited mostly to Asian Pacific cultural performances and music. Held in Downtown Locke.

May 9th

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery in Isleton, and Lido Bay Wines. Call 916-777-4800

May 10th

Amgen Tour of California

Day: Sunday, May 10, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM Start
Overall Stage Start: Sacramento
Stage Finish: Sacramento
Miles: 127 mi
Kilometers: 203.1 km
Elevation Gain: 1,400 ft

Leading the race to dramatically improve patients' lives.

Click for schedule/more information!

May 10, 2015 - Overall Stage Start

Fast and flat, with water and bridges galore… Stage 1 is destined to be a sprinter’s delight. Each year, the Amgen Tour of California endeavors to highlight areas of the Golden State that it has never been to before, and this year’s Stage 1 definitely accomplishes this.

After an initial crossing of the Sacramento River via the iconic Tower Bridge, the race will pass quickly through West Sacramento to River Road. From here, the race will follow the winding Sacramento River through the small towns of Clarksburg, Courtland and Walnut Grove. The stage’s fourth bridge crossing will take the race back over the river into Isleton. A few miles later, the route again crosses the river into Rio Vista and the heart of the California Delta region.

The riders will then head north through Solano County into one of the most popular alumni race cities, Davis. Continuing north through Woodland, the route turns east and heads back to West Sacramento, across Tower Bridge and the Sacramento River for the fourth and final time. Heading straight toward the State Capitol building, the riders will enter onto the same finishing circuits that have delivered huge crowds and have showcased some of the most exciting sprint finishes in the history of the Amgen Tour of California. In 2014, the sprint between legendary fast men Mark Cavendish and John Degenkolb resulted in the closest margin of victory in race history – a mere 3 millimeters!

May 14th

American Graffiti Cruise-In

This is a combined event with the annual American Graffiti Classic Car Cruise. An annual Salute to American Graffiti honors George Lucas’ timeless, coming-of-age film, American Graffiti, most of which was filmed in Petaluma in the early summer of 1972. Grab your favorite squeeze, jump into your hot rod, candy-colored screamin’ machine or the family car for that matter, and cruise on back to the “happy days” of the ‘50s and ‘60s.

Live music, a street dance, and see all the cool classic American cars & trucks cruise the same streets where the movie was filmed. There will also be classic boats open for viewing!

May 15th

Delta Rat Delta Rat Poker Run

Click here to view sign up!
Starts at Rosa’s at Tower Park
Scheduled Stops: Paradise Bar & Grill at Sugar Barge, Rusty Porthole, Spindrift, Moore’s Riverboat and Back to Rosa’s.
Don’t miss this great event!
Cash first prize—Many other prizes!
All watercraft invited! Register online at www.californiadelta.org
Questions: info@nullcaliforniadelta.org Phone: 916-777-4041
Join us for this fabulous kick off of the Delta summer boating season!

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May 15th

ZinFest Wine Festival

Wine, Food & Fun at Lodi Lake. Click here for more information!

Sip, swirl and savor from a selection of 200 handcrafted wines from over 40 Lodi wineries. Passionate winemakers and winery representatives welcome guests, offering practical knowledge and sharing their delicious wines. Enjoy local provisions, learn some new tips at the ZinFest Wine and Cooking Schools, or relax along the beautiful Mokelumne River to an eclectic mix of live music. Guests can peruse merchandise from regional vendors and take home a commemorative bottle of custom blended Old Vine Zinfandel from the ZinFest Wine Shoppe. There is no better way to celebrate the fantastic wines of Lodi Wine Country! Tickets include a ZinFest wine glass, wine tasting, participation in seminars and entertainment.

Tickets are $55 in advance and $65 at the gate and are now available for purchase online or by calling the Lodi Wine & Visitor Center at 209.365.0621.

Must be 21 years of age to attend. As a friendly reminder, even great wines should be enjoyed in moderation. Designated drivers are strongly encouraged. Designated driver tickets are available for $10 each. Designated Drivers must be at least 21 years of age to attend.

May 16th

Rosa’s at Tower Park | CD RELEASE PARTY | Two Tone Steiny & The Cadillacs

LIVE MUSIC WITH AWARDING WINNING BLUES BAND

TWO TONE STEINY AND THE CADILLACS | CD RELEASE PARTY

Join as we celebrate Two Tone Steiny new CD!  This band is a high energy west coast blues band from Sacramento, and their style and grace are exceptional.  Come and be a party of history.  Show is at 8 pm 

May 16th

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery in Isleton, and Lido Bay Wines. Call 916-777-4800

May 16th

Walk On The Wildside

Live music, wetland tours, conservation exhibit, live animal presentations, children's hands-on activities!
Directions: Take !-5 south of downtown Sacramento. Exit I-5 at Pocket Rd and drive east. At Freeport Blvd turn south. Continue two miles through the town of Freeport, past the golf course. Turn left at the signs opposite Cliff's Marina. Continue until you reach Beach Lake Park.
No pets or alcohol. Free event and parking!

May 17th

Rosa’s at Tower Park | Live Music with Bob Kinney and Chrome Plated Heart

ROCK AND ROLL SUNDAY AFTERNOON

This band knows how to Rock!  Come by boat, car or motorcycle, but come out and enjoy a day of dancing, partying and fun on the delta.  

No Cover, Just a Great Time!  

May 23rd

Rosa’s at Tower Park | Live Music with The Livin Daylites

Kicking off MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Bob Kinney and the Livin Daylites will be hitting the stage with some awesome rock and roll!  Hit the dance floor with the great moves!  Party Like a rock start. There will be drink specials to celebrate the start of summer!! 

May 23rd

Delta Forever Art Exhibit

Taking place in the historic old Courtland Bank in Courtland, California.

The show will run 11 to 5 Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Don't miss this spectacular collection of Delta landscapes. View here!

It's indescribable, irreplaceable, imperiled. It's the confluence of the entire Sierra Nevada watershed, home for centuries to countless thousands of birds, fish, creatures and people.
It's the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, and it inspires us endlessly.

May 23rd

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery in Isleton, and Lido Bay Wines. Call 916-777-4800

May 24th

Rosa’s at Tower Park | LIVE MUSIC with TERRY SHEETS BAND

THE TERRY SHEETS BAND

Memorial Day Weekend Continues!!

You won't want to miss this ROCKIN' COUNTRY spectacular!  Yes..The Terry Sheets Band will be in the house packing the dance floor!

A high energy Rock'n Country sound very unique. 3 rock musicians with a great country singer bringing a huge full sound and getting people on their feet.

May 28th

38th Annual Crab Feed

Event exclusively for members of Vagabundos del Mar.

Held at Tower Park Marina and KOA Campground. If you weren’t able to be at the 37th Annual Crab Feed, now is the time to make your reservations for our 38th Annual Event. This is the premiere Vagabundos event where you catch up with long-time friends and meet new ones, sharing adventures, Baja stories and planning new trips. The almost one ton of fantastic Dungeness crab that is served is said by many attendee each year that it is by far the best they’ve ever had. Mahoney’s Seafood, Jerry and Cyd Jones, who know the business inside and out, have always come through with our great tasting supply. Prez Tony Schuck will supervise cooking of about 18 cases of delicious artichokes with his crew of volunteers. The San Francisco sourdough is the best in the world, baked fresh in the morning and brought to the Crab Feed almost still warm. The price for a ticket, due to increases in seafood and labor prices, is raised to $55.00 - still a real bargain that includes the Budweiser beer truck and delicious white wine. Jerry tells us of the many crab feeds he supplies, ours has the largest portion allowance for crab per person.

Our location is still right in the California Delta on the San Joaquin River at Little Potato Slough, KOA Campground and Tower Park Marina. KOA is again giving us a special group discount for RV sites and cabins at the same fees as last year, $36 for a back-in space and $46.50 for a pull-through space. This is a very good rate compared to their standard in-season rate. Come early and stay late and visit historic and fun places in the Delta area - see link at http://koa.com/campgrounds/stockton/. Reservations need to be made through the office to receive the discount.

Our favorite Master Pigmeister Fred Eberle and his able assistant, Dee Eberle and crew with volunteers will do another fantastic job with our now traditional Pig Roast with a tropical theme on Thursday evening. Vagabundos will bring a delectable potluck dish to share and everyone will savor roast pork and great side dishes. Don’t forget to send in your favorite potluck dish recipe for a chance to win a week at the Loreto Casas. Charge for this dinner will be the same, $12 each, plus a dish to share per couple. This is a very popular event, so make your reservations early. It usually goes to wait list since space is limited to 150.

The Third Annual Golf Extravaganza on Friday will mirror the roaring success of the Second Annual last year, held at the Swenson Park golf course in Stockton. Coordinators Cindy and Gerry Stewart do a super job pulling this event together. The grand prize is a week at the Vagabundos Casa in Loreto, Baja California Sur. Last year’s winner, Ed Grout, played in the handicap division. Other winners in the handicap division were: 1st Place - Mary Anne Gottfried; 2nd place - Debbee West, and 3rd place - Nate Watson. Winners in the Callaway division were: 1st place - Rick Taylor; 2nd place - Mike Flanigan; and 3rd place Tom Toreno. Closest to the Hole was John Gottfried.

Last year’s tourney was changed from the windy course at Trilogy in Rio Vista to the Swenson Park golf course and the management was very welcoming and the weather was perfect. This year’s tournament will be bigger and better than ever and will also be held at the Swenson Park golf course. Whether you are a serious golfer or a casual golfer, you should enter the 2015 golf event. We will again have two divisions, one for those who have an established handicap and the other for the Callaway system which allows us to assign a handicap based on your score the day of the tournament. Everyone has an equal chance of winning. New Mecca will cater the Friday night Mexican dinner. Margaritas are always good and we appreciate the volunteers who help out with the makings. Price will be the same $23 each.

We hope again to have the Second Annual Chili Cookoff on Saturday morning of the Crab Feed - another popular event. Gathering near the Budweiser beer truck just before lunch time at 11 a.m. worked great. Entrants paid a small fee and the collection went to the winner - last year Debbie Peterson. Judges had a difficult time choosing the winner since there were so many great chili recipes presented. Muchas gracias to Mary Anne and John Gottfried for all their hard work in coordinating this tasty lead-in to the main Crab event. A centerpiece of the Crab Feed is our favorite band, Cell Block Seven Dixieland Jazz Band, Leader Bob Romans. This will be the 32nd year playing their melodious toe-tapping strains for us on Crab Feed Saturday afternoon starting around 2 p.m. Swap meet - Friday and Saturday plan on bringing your items to sell and setting up tables around the Pavilion. Great bargains can be found. Items you’re no longer using or tired of will wind up being someone else’s treasure. The Sunday morning Potluck Breakfast is another wonderful repast you won’t want to miss. It seems participants go all out in their potluck dishes for the pig roast and Sunday breakfast. Now is a good time to make your reservations for your RV site or cabin for this 4-day Fiesta Grande. There’s lots of events, wonderful food and libation, music, camaraderie and the chance to catch up with your Vag buddies. See you at the 38th Annual.

May 30th

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery

Wine Tasting by E2 Family Winery in Isleton, and Lido Bay Wines. Call 916-777-4800

Welcome

to the California Delta Chambers & Visitor's Bureau

The California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau is an organization of chambers of commerce, visitors bureaus, businesses and boosters in the Sacramento - San Joanquin River Delta. The California Delta area strives to enchance the enoyment for visitors to this unique 1,000-mile waterway, while striving to protect and preserve the area's fragile beauty. Your Delta area business is important. To insure you are getting the most exposure, the Delta chambers offers business networking opportunities through mixers, boat shows and other trade show attendance, special events and committee participation.

Members Spotlight

The who's who in the region

CA Delta Chambers Mixers

Always great folks, food, fun & libations! Full Calendar


Every 2nd Wednesday of the month - 6:00pm to 7:30pm - Gift Prizes - Networking Social

Event Listing

May 13

Delta Chamber Mixer at Pittsburg Yacht Club

(925) 432-1056

3 Marina Blvd, Pittsburg, CA 94565

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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Jun 10

Delta Chamber Mixer at University Plaza Waterfront Hotel

209-944-1140

110 West Fremont Street Stockton, CA 95202

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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Jul 08

Delta Chamber Mixer Hosted by Twin Rivers Marine Insurance Agency

(925) 757-2272

I Street Wharf Antioch, CA 94509

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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Aug 12

Delta Chamber Mixer at Marina West Yacht Club

209-477-7653

14900 West Highway 12, Lodi, CA 95242

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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Sep 09

Delta Chamber Mixer at Stockton Downtown Marina

(209) 462-4200

445 W Weber Ave, Stockton, CA 95203

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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Oct 14

Delta Chamber Mixer at Stockton Yacht Club

3235 River Drive, Stockton, CA 95204

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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