Big Day of Giving is the Sacramento region’s annual giving day. Since 2013, over 50,000 donors have helped local nonprofits raise $91 million through the region-wide, community-driven impact.
The City of Trees Parade and Mardi Gras Festival is a spectacular cultural showcase, celebrating Sacramento. Our parade is the biggest Mardi Gras parade in California, featuring 1,500 performers and three unique waves of parade action from 12PM until 7PM on March 9th.
Murder on the Orient Express is a classic detective novel written by Agatha Christie, first published in 1934. The story revolves around a fictional famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. Famous detective Hercule Poirot is called back from Istanbul to London on urgent business.
The 2023 olive harvest has been remarkable and unique in many ways. Come and see us to learn more about the freshest new harvest Olio Nuovo. We make four distinctive blends from our Estate Grown olives plus citrus oils for tasting. Now reserving for January and February 2024 Tastings.
December 26 – March 9 | Thursday – Sunday: 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Get ready for an adventure like no other! UNEXTINCT, an Immersive Nighttime Experience comes to the Sacramento Zoo.
Journey through an incredible world of colorful illusions and extraordinary wildlife where the spirits of animals long extinct or on the edge of extinction still roam.
This vibrant holiday celebration is a happy collaboration of numerous Rancho Cordova organizations, faith communities, and performers who give our celebration a true community appeal. This event is powered completely by volunteers from local civic associations and churches, led by the Cordova Community Council and an active planning group.
Experience a magical weekend of knights in shining armor clashing swords, epic archery competitions, and thrilling axe throwing contests. Immerse yourself in a realm where history and fantasy meld, where ancient legends and enchanting fables come to life.
September 12th, 2023 (Jackson, Ca)— The Amador County Arts Council is proud to present Find Your Voice – a six-week workshop series free to all Amador County High School students. Starting Wednesday September 20th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM and continuing every Wednesday through October 25th, Amador County High School students have the opportunity to explore written and spoken words.
The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional festival celebrated by many East and Southeast Asian communities. It is the second-most important holiday after the Lunar New Year for many. In partnership with the Sacramento Regional Transit, CAAPS will be bringing this cultural experience to the community of South Sacramento (District 8) and the surrounding Sacramento Region.
Celebrate our 16th year! Rocklin Fine Arts Member Art Show! Saturday 12-5PM, Sunday 12-5PM, with Artists Reception at 3PM, Sunday. Enjoy an artistic afternoon out while you see works of art by regional artists and shop our Art Marketplace for gift giving ideas. Support our Rocklin Fine Arts Scholarship fund thru the raffle for theme gift baskets! More info at rocklinfinearts.org