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Sacramento Rose Society, Inc
American Rose Society Affiliate
Founded: June 27, 1940

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Maps & Directions to Our Meetings

The Sacramento Rose Society meets the second Thursday of each month, except July and August at 7:30 P.M. at the Shepard Garden and Arts Center, 3330 McKinley Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95816. Meetings include a short business meeting, cultural tips from the Society's Consulting Rosarians, exhibition tips through a monthly Little Rose Show and interesting programs on rose culture by knowledgeable speakers. Refreshments are served by members of the Society at every meeting. See the Schedule of Rose Activities and Events for more details.

There are several ways to come to the Shepard Garden and Arts Center depending on your starting point. The maps below show all the roads and highways in the Sacramento Valley area in relation to the Shepard Garden and Arts Center. Further instructions are given below if you are coming from the south, the west, or the north. If you would like to get detailed driving directons from your particular location, Click here for personal driving directions.

FROM THE SOUTH BY WAY OF I-5 FREEWAY

1) Take I-5 and go North to Sacramento
2) Take the "US-50 / I-80 Business to Lake Tahoe" and go Northeast for about 2 miles.
3) Take the Business I-80/Hwy 99/Capital City Fwy and go north for about 2 more miles on the Capital City Fwy/Business I-80.
4) Take the "H Street Exit" and merge left into 30th Street which parallels the Freeway and go north for about 1/4 mile to E Street and turn right. E Street becomes McKinley Blvd after crossing Alhambra Blvd.
5) McKinley Park is located to the south (right) after crossing Alhambra Blvd. The Iva Shepard Garden & Arts Center is located along McKinley Blvd. between 33rd and 35th Streets, just east of the tennis courts. The main entrance and the parking lot is located to the south of the building along Park Way. If the parking lot is full, there is plenty of parking along neighboring streets but don't block any driveways and keep an eye on restricted parking areas.

FROM THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AND DAVIS AREAS:

1) Take I-80 towards Sacramento.
2) When approaching Sacramento, stay on Business 80/Hwy 50 towards Lake Tahoe.
3) Take the Business I-80/Hwy 99/Capital City Fwy and go north for about 2 more miles on the Capital City Fwy/Business I-80.
4) Take the "H Street Exit" and merge left into 30th Street which parallels the Freeway and go north for about 1/4 mile to E Street and turn right. E Street becomes McKinley Blvd after crossing Alhambra Blvd.
5) McKinley Park is located to the south (right) after crossing Alhambra Blvd. The Iva Shepard Garden & Arts Center is located along McKinley Blvd. between 33rd and 35th Streets, just east of the tennis courts. The main entrance and the parking lot is located to the south of the building along Park Way. If the parking lot is full, there is plenty of parking along neighboring streets but don't block any driveways and keep an eye on restricted parking areas.

FROM RENO AND NORTH EAST AREAS:

1)Take I-80 Freeway west towards Sacramento.
2) After the Madison Avenue onramp, bear right on ramp at sign reading "Business I-80, Capital City Freeway to Sacramento" and go Southwest for about seven miles.
3) After passing Cal Expo, take the "E Street Exit." and at the light turn left on E St and go East under the freeway. E Street becomes McKinley Blvd after crossing Alhambra Blvd.
4) McKinley Park is located to the south (right) after crossing Alhambra Blvd. The Iva Shepard Garden & Arts Center is located along McKinley Blvd. between 33rd and 35th Streets, just east of the tennis courts. The main entrance and the parking lot is located to the south of the building along Park Way. If the parking lot is full, there is plenty of parking along neighboring streets but don't block any driveways and keep an eye on restricted parking areas.

FROM THE REDDING AND WOODLAND BY WAY OF I-5 FREEWAY

1) Take I-5 and go South towards Sacramento
2) Take the "US-50 / I-80 Business to Lake Tahoe" and go Northeast for about 2 miles.
3) Take the Business I-80/Hwy 99/Capital City Fwy and go north for about 2 more miles on the Capital City Fwy/Business I-80.
4) Take the "H Street Exit" and merge left into 30th Street which parallels the Freeway and go north for about 1/4 mile to E Street and turn right. E Street becomes McKinley Blvd after crossing Alhambra Blvd.
5) McKinley Park is located to the south (right) after crossing Alhambra Blvd. The Iva Shepard Garden & Arts Center is located along McKinley Blvd. between 33rd and 35th Streets, just east of the tennis courts. The main entrance and the parking lot is located to the south of the building along Park Way. If the parking lot is full, there is plenty of parking along neighboring streets but don't block any driveways and keep an eye on restricted parking areas.

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Baby Ballerina (left), a single petalled pink blend miniature rose and and the odd colored floribunda Hot Cocoa (right) are some of our members favorite roses to grow in the Sacramento Valley area.

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