Sikhs came from Punjab (now in both India and Pakistan) and have worked in Northern California as farmers and entrepreneurs since the early 1900s. Dalip SinghSaund (Sept. 20, 1899 – April 22, 1973) was born 123 years ago and came to California, graduated from UC Berkeley 100 years ago with a Ph.D., and could not get a job. That did not stop him from following his American Dream.

Learn how D.S. Saund became the first Asian and first (and only) Sikh elected to the US Congress.

You are invited to attend this special presentation Tuesday:
September 13, 6:30-8:30pm
Granite Bay Library - Community Room,
6475 Douglas Boulevard, Granite Bay, CA 95746
Questions? Please contact Coordinator Kulvinder Singh at Sikhs of Placer County:

"Ghosts of Placer County"
SEP 30
You are invited to Placer Repertory's, and Placer County's, very first multi-week mainstage world premiere! This is a crucial event for professional theater in Placer County, and you can be a part of this historic moment at the first performance of "Ghosts of Placer County."

"The stories we tell say a great deal about who we are," says the formidable yet loveable Dr. Dessa Dagmar in Ghosts of Placer County. Nearly a year of countywide research and script development are the foundation for this history-making play.

"Meet the loveable, but dysfunctional characters who will steal your heart as they depict triumphs and frailties, and share our community history,” said Teresa Stirling Forsyth, Placer Repertory Board President.
TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE for the September 30 through October 8 performances, at Oakmont High School, Roseville. Click the button to get more details and tickets on Eventbrite.com:
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