ECA BOOK CLUB

The ECA Book Club meets once per month usually on the second Monday at 10:00 AM in the Park (weather permitting) or in members’ homes. We take turns bringing refreshments and seem to have become a social group—as well as meeting to discus the designated book. Members take turns selecting book choices.

 

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April’s book selection, We are all Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Fowler, lent itself to many topics of conversation, including animal rights, the process of memory and the value and effect of some collegiate ‘studies’.10:00 A.M. Monday, May 9th is the date of the next ECA Book Club.

We will be reviewing The Illusionists by Rosie Thomas. Sounds like a really interesting read...We will meet in the park, weather permitting, or at Pat Kline’s, 4419 The Court.

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Contact us for more information.

Audrey Blake, 484-6510, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Karen Buxton, 489-9409, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

About Evergreen Commons Assoication

Evergreen is a mix of modern Strengs. The majority being single family homes, and a little more than one third being half-plexes.

Center to Evergreen Commons is our 3 acre private park.  Here we enjoy three swimming pools, barbeques, a basketball court, a children’s play area, large green lawns, and a walking path that figure-eights through it all.  This “Park Green” is a real showpiece that enhances the unique homes surrounding it.

Our park is our Association’s gathering place for various social events during Sacramento’s long fair weather season.  We hold an annual Easter Egg Hunt, a Fourth of July Pool Party and Barbeque, and an Ice Cream Social or two during the warm months.

Evergreen Commons is located in the unincorporated Sacramento County community of Arden-Arcade, more precisely in an area once referred to as Arcade Park.  Arcade Park was known as “the Pasadena of Northern California” when land was being sold for development in the early 20th century.  This may have been an influence in naming the main street through our community, Pasadena Avenue.  Now into the 21st century, we are a well established, quiet and safe neighborhood.

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