Historical Landmarks

Maidu Interpretive CenterMaidu Interpretive Center & Historic Site
The Maidu Interpretive Center and Historic Site offers a safe, fenced natural haven for families and individuals who want a brief respite from the hustle & bustle of city life. Graced by oak trees and bordered on the south by a branch of Linda Creek/Strap Ravine, the nature area offers a loop trail that takes you past ancient petroglyphs (rock art) and hundreds of bedrock mortars (acorn grinding holes), evidence of Nisenan (southern Maidu) occupation of the site for thousands of years.
1960 Johnson Ranch Drive, Roseville, CA 95661. (916) 772-4242.

Tower TheatreThe Tower Theatre
Currently run by Stand Out Talent, the Tower Theatre was originally built in 1940, and is still used till this day for arts and entertainment. Non-Profit Arts organization for all ages offering quality training and productions in Theatre and Media Arts, featuring live performances; film screenings, premieres & festivals; concerts; workshops with Broadway and Hollywood talent and many other entertainment opportunities in the City's historic Tower Theatre at 417 Vernon Street.

For information on upcoming events call 916-837-SHOW (7469), or standouttalent.org