Davis Chinese Christian Church 536 Anderson Rd, Davis, CA95616 Beginning in 1969 as a small prayer group meeting in the basement of the Davis Community Church, this congregation has…More steadily expanded over the years. Today's building was erected in 2001, after several properties were purchased along Anderson Road and demolished. At first, services were conducted in Mandarin, with simultaneous translation into English from a separate pulpit. As the English sermons became more popular, separate services were instituted in 1986.
Located across Old Davis Road from the Arboretum, this small theatre (seats 200) is one of the oldest buildings on…More the UC Davis campus. Wyatt Pavilion was erected in 1907 as a livestock judging pavilion. Today, the extensively renovated interior is configured as an Elizabethan style "theatre-in-the-round" with a thrust stage. Tickets may be purchased in advance at nearby Mondavi Center or one hour before performances start at Wyatt Pavilion's box office.
Productions are sometimes experimental and are staged by UCD MFA candidates and undergraduate theatre majors. Occasional folk music concerts and singalongs are held on the Wyatt Deck in the Arboretum directly across Old Davis Road from Wyatt Theatre.
All Unitrans bus routes originate and return here at the MU Terminal. Unitrans was founded in 1968 when the…More Associated Students of UC Davis purchased two antique bright red double-decker buses (to attract attention) direct from London, England trasnport authorities, and set up a pair of bus routes in downtown Davis. Today, Unitrans provides bus service along more than ten routes across the UCD campus and on into the city of Davis. The British double-deckers still run every hour on routes B, E, F and G.
In addition, Unitrans riders can transfer to Yolobus to reach Woodland, Sacramento International Airport and West Sacramento. UCD affiliates may ride the UC Davis/Berkeley Shuttle (boarding at the Main Terminal.)
There's an "only-in-Davis" backstory to the name of this upscale dog-walking park. Back in 1995 or so, when the Pole…More Line Road overpass crossed the path followed by mating toads, the Davis City Council ordered that a tunnel be built for their use. Children's books were written, a small Toad Town was built at the tunnel entrance and the rest is history. Today, the toad's habitat or "hollow" still exists next to the fenced-in dog arena.
This is a fully equipped facility, complete with an enclosure strictly for small dogs, where they won't get bullied, and a one-and-a-half acre arena for the big dogs. Lawn furniture, complementary pooper-scoopers and ample parking available.