Youth Commission cleanup Jan. 15

The Galt Youth Commission will hold a street cleanup along Lincoln Way on Jan. 15. The pickup, which is open to members of the public, will begin at 9 a.m. at SMUD Park, 720 A Street.

Officer Tonn memorial  Jan. 15

Community members are invited to attend a memorial ceremony for Galt police officer Kevin Tonn on Jan. 15. The ceremony will start at noon, at the Tonn Memorial outside City Hall, which is located at 380 Civic Drive. The Galt Police Department will place a wreath at the memorial and observe a moment of silence.

Tonn was shot and killed on Jan. 15, 2013, by a burglary suspect. The U.S. Army veteran had served with the department for 3½ years.

Wine, Beer & Food  event Feb. 4

In conjunction with the city of Galt’s Winter Bird Festival, the Galt District Chamber of Commerce invites adult guests to enjoy an evening of wine, beer and tasty bites at the fourth annual Wine, Beer & Food event Friday, Feb. 4 from 6-9 p.m. at the Littleton Community Center, 410 Civic Drive. Tickets are $40 per person before Jan. 21, or $50 thereafter. VIP tables, with company logo, for eight guests are available for $500 and include a beer, wine and dessert flight for each guest, as well as a personal table runner. Tickets can be purchased online at www.galtchamber.com/wine-beer-food/ or in person at the chamber office, 604 N. Lincoln Way.

Winter Bird Festival

The 15th annual Galt Winter Bird Festival is planned for Saturday, Feb. 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with the Tundra Swan as the featured bird.

This celebration of birds has free admission and children’s activities all day; plus educational vendors, a live wild animal presentation, photography exhibit, and youth art contest.

New this year will be a Bird Photography Exhibit, and Virtual Experiences with artist John Muir Laws.

Tours include a “Behind Locked Gates” tour at Cosumnes River Preserve; plus Tall Forest with Dr. John Trochet, Delta Birding with Chris Conard, Staten Island Sunset with Emily Wells, the Cal Waste Recovery Systems Materials Tour; Guided Photography Walk at Cosumnes River Preserve, and Tracks and Scat Walk at Cosumnes River Preserve.

Presentations will be made by Conservation Ambassador Gabriel Kerschner, Leesa Klotz from Cal-Waste, Kelli Moulden with Hawks, Honkers and Hoots, Corky Quirk with Going Batty, and Keynote Speaker John Ehrenfeld.

All activities will originate at the Chabolla Community Center, 610 Chabolla Avenue in Galt. Space is limited, so sign up now for tours at www.ci.galt.ca.us/WBF or call 209-366-7180.

Firefighter foundation crab feed Feb. 5

The Cosumnes Firefighters Community Support Foundation will hold a crab feed on Feb. 5 at the Elk Grove SES Hall. The fundraiser will begin at 6 p.m. with a no-host bar; dinner will follow at 7 p.m.

The SES Hall is located at 10427 East Stockton Blvd. in Elk Grove. Tickets are $60 per person; availability is reduced to allow social distancing.

For more information, contact Chris Schamber at (209) 327-1117; or Laurel Schamber at (916) 997-0946 or laurelschamber@csdfire.com. The foundation website is www.firefoundation.net.

GTC ‘Gatsby’ dance Feb. 12

The Galt Teen Center will host a “Great Gatsby”-themed dance on Feb. 12 at Brewsters Bar & Grill. Roaring ‘20s costumes are encouraged at the center’s inaugural Fundraising Dinner Dance, which will feature a raffle and silent auction, a no-host bar and music provided by DJ Brian King. Must be 21 or older to attend.

The event starts at 6:30 p.m. Individual tickets cost $75 each. Table sponsorships are available for $750. Brewsters is located at 201 Fourth Street. To purchase tickets, visit galtteencenter.org.