Full Event Descriptions
Below is a list of some of the events we host throughout the year. While our events are open to everyone, paying dues members attend for free or pay a discounted rate, depending on the event.
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Golf 101 Fundraiser
Interested in learning how to golf? Want to brush up on your golf skills? If so, CLCA creates this perfect opportunity every year for Members to gain valuable golf skills while mingling with other members of the Sacrame nto community. This fundraiser brings together Legislative Members, CLCA Members, and members of the third house for an afternoon of golfing, a BBQ, and an opportunity to help raise funds for CLCA's scholarship.
Giants vs. Dodgers Rivalry Fundraiser
On July 6, 2014, CLCA hosted a Giants vs. Dodgers Road Trip! We made the trip down to San Francisco in a Charter bus filled with your favorite CLCA members and friends.This event was kicked-off with a pregame tailgate in Sacramento.
This year we will host a classic rivalry game between the San Francisco Giants and the Oakland Athletics! Stay tuned for more details.
All funds raised went towards our scholarship program.
CLCA hosts an annual bowling tournament where our members get a chance to compete for best male bowler, best female bowler, top team score, and lowest team score better luck next year trophies. This event brings out CLCA members for an evening of bowling and socializing with a dash of competition.
3 on 3 on Co-Ed Basketball Tournament
In 2013, CLCA was proud to promote physical fitness awareness by hosting its first ever 3 on 3 Co-Ed Basketball Tournament, where Members from the Capitol Community were able to test out their basketball skills on the court and get a work out all at the same time. We plan on doing this again in 2014. Details will be coming soon!
Delta Policy Tour
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is a natural treasure and a vital component of California’s water system. It spans five counties in northern California. Due to the State’s increasing population and a high demand for water, the Delta faces many ecological challenges that must be addressed in order to ensure its sustainability. To better understand those challenges, CLCA toured the Delta last year and will do so again this summer. The tour will allow members to appreciate why the Delta plays such a key role in supplying water across the State.
Cien Amigos - IME Becas Scholarship Fund VIP Reception
For the third consecutive year in 2014, CLCA cordially invited our Members and the Capitol Community to the Annual Cien Amigos Fundraiser at Zocalo.
The Mexican Consulate along with California Latino Capitol Association (CLCA) and other community based organizations put this funraiser together to provide scholarships for Northern California High School Seniors with at least a 2.5 GPA and a college letter of acceptance or current undergraduate students of Mexican or Latino decent for purposes of paying for college expenses.
For more information about this annual event, please contact our CLCA Lobbyist Liaison at .
Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Understanding the 2013 Senate Immigration Bill
The California Latino Capitol Association held an informative briefing on July 17, 2013 on comprehensive immigration reform. It was a special opportunity to hear from immigration policy experts who discussed the contents of S. 744, its merits and shortcomings, as well as the road ahead for immigration reform.
CLCA Lobbyist Mixer
Every year, the California Latino Capitol Association Foundation hosts an annual Third House Mixer. Come mix it up with the Latino Third House community and CLCA members. This event helps the CLCA Foundation raise funds for our annual high school internship program. Hors d’oeuvres, & Drinks are provided.
Ivory Tower - Special Screening
On June 16, 2014, we partnered with the Michelson 20 Million Minds Foundation to host a free financial aid workshop, discussion panel, and film screening at the Crest Theater in Sacramento of the documentary, Ivory Tower with director Andrew Rossi.
Join California Latino Capitol Association Foundation and Neighbor Works Home Ownership Center to learn more about how to buy a home.Workshop participants will learn about budgeting, the steps to purchase a home, the role of the real estate agent and the lender, and much, much more.
For more information, please contact our Policy Director at .