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Community calendar for Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012

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Today

Senior Day Program 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Fairfield Senior Center, 1200 Civic Center Drive. Supervised activities for persons with cognitive or physical impairments. Enrollment required. Fee. Info: 428-7421.

Knitters, Crocheters & Crafters gathering 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Fairfield Cordelia Library, 5050 Business Center Drive. Sponsored by Solano Chicks With Sticks. Info: [email protected]

Fairfield-Suisun Rotary Club Noon to 1:30 p.m., Hilton Garden Inn, 2200 Gateway Court. Info: 483-8196.

Solano County Soroptimist Club Noon to 1:30 p.m., Hilton Garden Inn, 2200 Gateway Court. Info: 422-6800.

Book Talk Group 1:30 p.m., Vacaville Public Library Cultural Center, 1020 Ulatis Drive. Share good fiction and nonfiction reading suggestions. Info: Marie Brown at [email protected]

Bluegrass/Folk Music and Fiddle Session 6 to 9 p.m., Roundtable Pizza, 3336 North Texas St., Fairfield.

Group for Newly Bereaved 6 to 7:30, NorthBay Bereavement Center, 1411 Oliver Road, Suite 220, Fairfield. Facilitated by Barbara Bean Jenson, LCSW, Info: 646-3517.

Autism Support Group 6:30 to 8 p.m., Matrix Parent Network, 1615 W. Texas St., Suite 4. Free, for parents and family members of children with autism spectrum disorders. RSVP, info: 423-2545, ext. 101.

Delta Tea Party Patriots Meeting 6:30 p.m., 610 St. Francis Way, Rio Vista. Guest speaker will be Rex Ruth, aka “Samuel Adams.” Info: http://www.deltatpp.org.

One-On-One Computer Tutors 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Fairfield Cordelia Library, 5050 Business Center Drive. Sign up for an appointment at information desk. Info: 866-57ASKUS or http://www.solanolibrary.com.

Evening Book Club 7 p.m., Fairfield Cordelia Library, 5050 Business Center Drive. Info: 866-572-7587.

Wednesday

Celebrate Constitution Week 11 a.m., Marriott Hotel, Holiday Lane, Fairfield. Join the Chief Solano Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution including an interactive discussion regarding the Constitution, and a presentation of certificates to those members who have achieved membership milestones. Advance reservations required, 451-7768.

Geranium City Garden Club 1:30 p.m., Fairfield Senior Center, 1200 Civic Center Drive, Fairfield. The program from the Sept. meeting will be presented by a Heritage tomato grower from Green Valley who will share his many years of work to capture variety heritage seeds and how to grow them. Info: Laura, 425-8711.

Widowed Persons Association of California 2 p.m., McBride Center, 91 Town Square Place, Vacaville. “A grief shared is a grief diminished.” Social and recreational opportunities for widowed persons. Info: 448-0666.

Joint Replacement Information Session 6:30 p.m., Hiddenbrooke Gold Club, 1095 Hiddenbrooke Parkway, Vallejo. Lecture my John Diana, M.D. and Brian Freeto, M.D.. To reserve your spot, visit http://www.suttersolano.org/events or call 428-2720.

Fairfield Relay For Life team captains meeting 7 p.m., Courtyard by Marriott, 1350 Holiday Lane, Fairfield. For those interested in joining the fight against cancer. Info: 425-5006, ext. 3.

Coming Up

Straw Bale Gardening presentation 7 p.m., Thursday, Vacaville Public Library Cultural Center, 1020 Ulatis Drive, Vacaville. Presented by the Master Gardeners of Solano County. Info: 866-572-7587.

6th Annual Classic for Kids Golf Tournament 10 a.m., Friday, Chardonnay Gold Club. Sponsored by The Solano Coalition for Better Health. The day includes  lunch, chipping and putting contests, golfer VIP gift bag, wine reception with music, dinner, greens fees and a golf cart. All of the funds raised go directly to the Solano Kids Insurance Program Healthy Kids Campaign. Info: 419-7917.

Food & Wine Patio Night 4 to 8 p.m., Friday, Wooden Valley Winery, 4756 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield. Participating food trucks include Crossroad Burger, Cava Funnel Cakes, Curbside Cuisine, Addison’s Originals, and MagPies Bakers/Catering. Info: 864-0730.

Ursula Awards Film Festival 6 p.m., Friday, USA World Classics Event Center, 1525 Sonoma Blvd., Vallejo. This event, the first annual, will feature what Vallejo and the surrounding community has to offer from various film categories such as short and feature films, sports shows, public service announcements, educational and children’s programming and much more. Tickets and info: http://www.brownpapertickets.com or http://www.vcat.tv.

Java Soul Cafe 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday, Macedonia Church, 425 Walters Road, Suisun City. Christian open mic, showcasing the spoken word, vocalists, poetry, comedy, instrumentalists, and live bands. Call Kenny at 331-1927 to put your name on the list.

Think Pink 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, NorthBay Medical Center, 1200 B. Gale Wilson Blvd., Fairfield. A celebration of women and breast cancer survival. Meet physicians, create artwork, learn about non-profit groups who help women with breast cancer, and much more. Info: http://www.NorthBay.org.

Pet Adoption Faire 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Pet Club store, 5125 Business Center Drive., Fairfield. The Solano County Animal Rescue Foundation has dogs and cats available for adoption at the Pet Club store in Fairfield. For information contact [email protected] or 864-9688.

Wine Walk 1 to 5 p.m., check-in begins at noon, Saturday, Benicia Main Street, 90 First Street, Benicia. Taste a variety of regional and  imported wines in Downtown Benicia. Tickets and info: 745-9791, [email protected]

Domini Williams

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