Natomas Garden & Arts Club

A Creative Community in Sacramento

Thank You to All Who Have Stepped Up!

We have been working hard to develop a vibrant, engaged, effective Board of Directors. This is an important commitment to the community. The future of the Natomas Garden & Arts Center and Gallery is in our hands! Several great, inspirational people people have stepped forward to express ways they can help our work. Thank you to ALL those who have responded to the call!

Remember! We are in this together! All voices in the community are important to us! Come and share your vision, your energy, your talents to make The NEW Natomas Garden & Arts Center and Gallery a place of healing and celebration for generations to come.

We are proud to announce a long list of volunteer opportunities for community projects, workshops, and activities for 2022. Help improve the quality of life for our friends and neighbors, while hanging out with friends and having a great time!


Join us on THE THIRD THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 6PM VIA ZOOM for our monthly general meeting. Hear updates and announcements! Meet people! Visit! Share! Learn! We look forward to seeing you soon!

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New Art at 1591 Newborough Drive

The NGAC continues to celebrate art and community with second installation on the exterior 1591 Newborough Dr. This facility will soon become a permanent Art & Garden Center and Gallery. Help us to provide our local creatives a place to show and sell their work!


Thursday, November 4, 2021
NGAC’s Ninos Community Garden Plot Project Update

NGAC maintains a 20′ x 20′ plot in the Ninos Community Garden located in South Natomas.  Club members and supporters are welcome to participate.  This is an excellent opportunity for NGAC members to learn and practice their gardening skills in a large and very sunny garden plot!!

Much of the food grown here in the club’s plot is donated every season to various local food banks. NGAC members also provide a volunteer resource for the Ninos Community Garden’s maintenance and site clean-up.

NGAC’s plot in the Ninos Community Garden has produced a bountiful summer harvest this year!  Club members planted a variety of tomatoes, squash, watermelon, beans, peppers,  along with zinnias, cosmos and bachelor buttons.  We had 5 harvests over the course of the summer, each donated to a local food bank.  See pics!.

We are now ready to start our winter garden and are looking for members to be a part of our team for the planning, planting, maintenance, and periodic harvesting of the plot. 

Please contact Nancy Kapellas at if you are interested!

Who We Are

The Natomas Garden and Arts Club, Inc. is a nonprofit public benefit corporation formed by residents of Natomas. Incorporated on July 1, 2018, our mission is “Connecting and Enriching the community through Gardening and Arts”. The NGAC mission is evident in our cooperation with civic planning and historic groups, schools, libraries, galleries, plant nurseries and other organizations with similar goals. We are currently working with the City to open a community Art & Garden Center and Gallery to serve the needs of our Natomas neighbors and Friends.


Donate Now! Support The NGAC Mission and Vision!

Be a part of the Natomas Garden & Arts Collective!

As Sacramento and Natomas grow, so should the quality of life of all residents. You can help influence this growth with your contribution!

Additionally, in 2020, your donation of $30 or more now gets you BENEFITS such as discounts on workshops, sales, and admission fees!

All donations go to creating educational and inspirational programming for Natomas.

Help us bring meaningful art and gardening opportunities and help our community grow healthy, strong, and connected.

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Inspiration Station
Calling all creatives! This bi-monthly zoom is for you. Work on your own project from the comfort of home on a Saturday morning, with Amie Tokuhama. The recurring 11am-1pm zoom link is available on the Calendar page.
Past Events

Loads of spooky, family friendly fun happened at 2425 Northgate Blvd! There was an afternoon of arts, crafts and community! Monstrously good times!! LoL

FAMILY FUN! Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) Shoebox Ofrendas Workshop at Stanford Settlement Neighborhood Center — Florentina Favela led this inspirational workshop, showing us how to remember those passed from our lives, creating authentic, miniature altars (ofrendas) to keep for years to come! Thank you to all who attended!

If you are unfamiliar with this beautiful custom, take a peek at our short video.

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