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Kumi's Montessori
314 Folsom Rd, Roseville, CA 95678
Kumi's Montessori is a school for children aged 2 1/2 to 6 years old.  Based on the practices of Italian educatorMore Maria Montessori, the teaching style is to allow the child to use his or her own skills to direct the activities and to adapt the learning level to meet the child's.  Activities include circle time, conversation, alphabet, calendar, reading, show and tell, and nap time.
CarMax
1450 Eureka Rd, Roseville, CA 95661
CarMax's mission is to provide customers with great quality cars at great prices with exceptional customer service. AllMore vehicles come with a free history report that covers everything from title history to odometer reading and vehicle condition and also comes with a limited 30-day warranty, where if anything on the identified covered parts malfunctions during this time period, it will be replaced for free. CarMax also provides extended service plans.
St John's School
4501 Bob Doyle Dr, Roseville, CA 95747
St John's School is a school that believes in the education of the whole child: intellect, physical and spiritualMore stimulation are all part of the curriculum.  The school focuses on giving a great education by having small class sizes and fostering a forgiving Christian environment that is respectful of all faiths and backgrounds. Parents are strongly encouraged to be involved in their children's educations and the school makes tools available for parents to do so.  The students learn reading, language arts, science, math, art, music, religion, physical education, technology and social studies. 
Roseville Arts Center in Blue Line Gallery
405 Vernon St, Roseville, CA 95678

Roseville Arts Center is a non-profit organization that formerly operated out of the Haman House on Oak StreetMore one block away. It is an active community resource.

Established some 40 years ago to promote the arts,  it supports local artists and also brings artwork from around the world to the area. The operation is entirely funded by membership fees, grants, sponsorships, fundraising events and other donations.

The Blue Line Gallery, current home of Roseville Arts Center, opened February 2008. The gallery showcases the works of regional as well as national artists and features an art gallery with flexible exhibition space that can be used for small musical performances, lectures, demonstrations or poetry readings.

Members are allowed to display their own artwork and even put a price tag on items if wanting to sell.

There is a special children's gallery that provides children's programs, exhibits and workshops. And it has a gift shop up front with an assortment of items, some of them unique, custom made products. Members are given a 10 percent discount.

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