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It won’t be long until the Easter Bunny is hopping through town. Here are some fun Easter events for the whole family you won’t want to miss out on.
March 12th -Celebrate 20 years of the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Old Sacramento-The Old Sacramento parade kicks off the St. Patty’s Day week with a time honored parade through the Sacramento area’s many historic landmarks. Live music and entertainment will start at 11 and go until the evening with the parade kicking off at 1pm. This is one of Sacramento’s finest and fun for all ages, so come start off your St. Patty’s Day celebration right!
5 Great Art shows you don’t want to miss, going on right now:
Is running a 1/2 marathon on your bucket list? Make it this year’s resolution to conquer that dream with the Half Marathon Training program by Fleet Feet Sports Sacramento.
Mark your calendars for Cal Expo’s Total Fit and Health Expo! Just in time for the New Year, this event will provide all the information you need to keep being successful with all your health resolutions.
Foodies, another Restaurant Week is coming to the city! Experience some of Sacramento’s best restaurants at the upcoming Dine Downtown 2016, January 7th-16th.
Gather your friends and family for a merry and bright evening with Formoli’s Bistro Home for the Holidays Celebration!
What better way is there to start the New Year than giving back to the community and sporting a fresh hairstyle?
Make this weekend’s destination the Biggest Show on Snow, the 6 week holiday extravaganza packed with holiday fun for all ages.
Tis the season to pause, spend time with loved ones, and get in the spirit of giving. There are many ways to give back to the community, whether it’s by donating an item or volunteering your time. In the spirit of the holiday season, each of these events provide opportunities to be a part of the reason for the season!
When it comes to planning New Year’s Eve, it’s best to get a head start and explore your options early. With the holidays just around the corner, the days are going to pass fast and December 31st will be here before we know it. Whether you’re looking for a quiet evening or a wild night out with friends, there’s plenty to do around Sacramento to ring in the New Year.
Make a toast to the holiday season and spend a day in the beautiful Plymouth foothills where you can eat, drink, and be merry at the Start on Steiner Holiday Celebration.
Radio 94.7’s Electric Christmas is celebrating the holiday season by bringing their listener’s favorite artists right here to Sacramento! This year’s line-up will be featuring 5 artists with some of today’s great hits, including Bastille, Robert DeLong, Cold War Kids, Saint Motel and Marian Hill.
If you’ve never yet participated in Thanksgiving Day’s Run to Feed the Hungry, let this be the year you start!
This is an event you won’t want to miss! Sacramento has been chosen as the only city in the country to host the annual Global Winter Wonderland, and it is truly magical.
Whether you plan on celebrating Thanksgiving Day with a traditional turkey meal at home or choose to do something a little different, there are plenty of ways to make the holiday special this year.
Now that November has rolled around, we can officially start looking forward to the holiday season ahead.
Hey, beer lovers! Mark your calendars for the ultimate craft beer block party on November 14 to experience a 402-foot custom bar and over 40 different beer selections with specially selected food pairings.
Everyone knows and loves the simple joy and excitement for the season that visiting Apple Hill can bring. Just gather your loved ones and plenty of entertainment, delicious food and apple flavored drinks are provided on a daily basis.
Apple Hill is a popular fall destination (and for great reason!), but have you visited Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm?