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Welcome to the Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association and the Sierra 2 Center for the Arts and Community.

SCNA represents over 2,500 households in the historic Curtis Park neighborhood located just south of downtown Sacramento. Sierra 2 Center tenants include local dance companies, catering firms, religious and social services, and other community based organizations. Rental spaces are also available for weddings, conferences, parties and stage performances. Sierra 2 Center is a welcoming gathering place for neighbors as well as the entire Sacramento community.  

2791 24th Street
Sacramento, CA 95818
(916) 452-3005

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Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9am-5:30pm
Friday 9am-5:00pm

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday 8am-10pm
Friday-Saturday 8am-11pm
9am-7pm (Mar-Sept)
9am-5pm (Oct-Feb)
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Enjoy New Benefits with your SCNA Membership! (See info on Business Partnership Program
Join or Renew today!
New Members Register: Here

Membership Renewals Register: Here 


Now Hiring! We're looking for a rock-star customer service team member for the position of Booking Specialist.  This is a Full Time, fully benefitted position in a dynamic, vibrant and growing nonprofit organization.  Job description and flyer.







Saturday, April 30th, 2016
Location: North-end of William Curtis Park
**Please note, there will be NO ticket sales or program pick-up at Sierra 2 Center the day of the event**
Tickets in Advance: SCNA Members $20 | Non Member $25
Tickets at the door:
SCNA Members $25 | Non Member $30
Purchase Tickets Online




The BIG DAY OF GIVING is right around the corner! We are excited to be participating in the region's biggest day of giving on Tuesday, May 3. We have many planned projects that need your support.  It's easy!  Just go to the BIG DAY OF GIVING between midnight and 11:59 PM on May 3 to help us reach our goals.

Friday, May 6
6-8 p.m.
Curtis Hall

Join neighbors and friends for the First Friday Neighborhood Dinner when Sacramento’s Best Taco Catering will provide beef, pork, and chicken tacos with beans, rice, chips and fresh salsa. 
Cheese quesadillas also available for children under 12. 
$8/Adults and $4/Child. 
Beverages available for purchase separately, including wine and craft beer.
All are welcome!




Saturday, May 21st, 2016
Times vary by owner    Location: Sutterville to Broadway and Franklin to Freeport


Sierra 2 Center is introducing a new program that offers a fresh approach to health, fitness and recreation.  Participants can buy affordable punch cards that will give them access to a wide range of  classes: Yoga, Tai Chi, Stress Management and Massage.  Please contact Katie Byram for more details 916-452-3005.  A detail list of participating classes can be found here:
Click here

w/ Nutritional Consultant Percy McManus
Tuesdays, 2:00pm | Room 9

Join Percy McManus, a seasoned nutritional consultant, as she shares simple, practical nutritional advice that will bring you better health and energy. These classes will cover specific health issues and ways to correct them through good foods and healthy habits. The class is all about common sense—the laws of health are simple, and they’ve never changed!


April 19: Banish Allergies from Your Life
Feeling miserable when spring comes around and everything is in bloom?  Are you tired of having a runny nose, congested sinuses and painful eyes?  Learn what causes you to be susceptible to having allergies and three simple things you can do every day to banish them from your life.

April 26: Circulation & Heart Disease
Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and the leading health problem for millions of people.  This class will cover what the heart and blood vessels need to stay healthy, how to undo hardening of the arteries, and what foods are best to maintain good circulation.

$10/ drop in; $6 with punch card (10-class card is $60)
Come to all of the classes or just the ones that peak your interest. More information about each class can be found on our website,, or at the Sierra 2 Center.



Senior Center Appeal
Your Senior Center at Sierra2 just reached its 15-year milestone - and it got this far because of people like you who infuse the Senior Center with energy, ideas, time and resources! From our hearts, thank you for your support and participation over the years.

We are reaching out this month asking for your support, whether it's the first time you give or you are an on-going supporter we appreciate it!  Look for your letter in the mail or click the image below to donate:


 My Story Project

 'Park Profile'

View your 'Park Profile' - follow the link below:

Sierra 2 Center's Youtube Channel: Click Here


The My Story Project makes a DVD movie of your life and special memories. Call 916-455-6339 or email to engage one of our experienced story coaches and preserve your story for future generations. 






Classes & Special Events

The Sierra 2 Center is home to many organizations that have programs available to the public. Click here for a list of the ongoing class activities and upcoming Special Events taking place in the rooms and studios at Sierra 2.


Sierra 2 Senior Center
The Sierra 2 Senior Center is part of the Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association and is located in Room 12 at the Sierra 2 Center. It is open to all seniors 50+ years old Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm. Hours vary depending on the scheduled activities. Click here to visit the Senior Center page and view the calendar of scheduled activities and events.