Suds & Solutions (& BBQ!)

Sacramento’s New Plan to Prevent Gentrification

The new UC Davis Aggie Square project, being built on 12 acres, could bring thousands of new health care, tech and research jobs to Sacramento. But many living in the surrounding neighborhoods are worried that it could also bring more of the downsides of gentrification.

So Sacramento leaders are trying something new: a $10 million program to prevent longtime residents from being pushed out of the neighborhoods surrounding Aggie Square. Join us for beers and discussion about this plan.

POSTPONED — new date TBD

The Brickhouse Gallery & Art Complex, 2837 36th Street Sacramento


Suds & Solutions

California’s New Laws to Crush the Housing Crisis: Will They Work?

Gov. Gavin Newsom just finished signing 56 bills that aim to address one of our state’s biggest concerns: providing more affordable housing. Could this be the year our legislators came up with the right mix of  bills to solve the housing crisis? 

Come join us for beers and a discussion about some of the most significant bills, and if/how/when they could make life easier for renters, prospective homebuyers, housing developers and our neighborhoods.

Monday, Oct. 30, 6:30-8 p.m.

New Helvetia Brewing Company, 1730 Broadway, Sacramento


Suds & Solutions (and BBQ!)

A New Plan for Affordable Housing

Speakers: Danielle Foster (CADA) & John Vignocchi (Urban Capital)

Join us for beers, BBQ and a discussion about what downtown Sacramento should be like for the people who live there.

Wednesday, Sept. 20, 6-8 pm

Taste Buds Barbeque, 601 15th St., Sacramento