February is a fabulous time to be in Sacramento. Check out a Broadway show with friends or a small town craft faire with the kids. Morning, afternoon and evening – there are plenty of activities to indulge your spirit of adventure when you’re looking for a great events in Sacramento.
The California State Military Museum has arranged a deal with nearby Fanny Ann’s Saloon – visit the museum, or simply stop by the front desk to pick up a coupon that will credit a dollar off of your Fanny Ann’s meal and donate it back toward museum operations. Admission to the museum itself is only $5.00, or $3.00 for children and seniors.
1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd, Roseville – Roseville Utility Exploration Center
January 24-March 21, Thursday evenings 6:30-8:30pm
10-week green gardening workshops are happening again this month at the Utility Exploration Center in Roseville. February themes include irrigation, landscape design, “Right Plant, Right Place” and edible gardens. Cost is only $65 for the entire 10-week workshop (it began Jan 17 and ends March 21), with Roseville residents receiving a $10 discount.
2401 Olympus Drive, Roseville, CA – Valley Springs Church, Roseville
February 24th, 6:30pm
This up and coming performing arts company presents its annual dinner show benefit – all proceeds to go to fund their two studios, including a location dedicated to 100% free dance, drama and music classes for at-risk youth and abuse survivors. Dove award nominee Lisa Daggs is the headlining act. Ticket price includes Italian dinner, raffle, art gallery and full-length variety show.
6000 J Street, Sacramento – CSUS Union Ballroom
February 1, 5pm
Presented by the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber, this gala includes an award ceremony, dinner and the premiere of “Latin Dancing with the Stars.” Celebrity dancers include Taro Arai from Mikuni’s fame, Cristina Mendonsa of News10 and Allen Warren, a District 2 City Council member.
510 Arden Way, Sacramento – Fusion International Arts Center
February 1, 6pm
This beer festival is a culmination of the very best breweries and food vendors throughout California. Taste beer from over 20 different state beer makers, enjoy a food pairing area and a silent auction. A portion of the proceeds benefits Ales for Autism.
908 21st Street, Sacramento – Little Relics Boutique and Galleria
Both children and their parents are welcome to come learn how to craft sugar skulls and sacred hearts as found in Dios de la Muerte celebrations. Cost is $10 per person, and includes a take home craft.
212 D Street, Davis – Pence Gallery
February 8-10, 12-17 – times vary
The well-regarded Pence Gallery in Davis is holding its first juried exhibit of fine craft – all created by California residents. Admission is free, and the Friday February 8th date includes an art reception from 6pm-9pm.
Other February Sacramento Events Worth Patronizing:
· Crystal Gayle in Concert – Thunder Valley Casino, Lincoln
· Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream – Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento
· Dr. John – Sacramento City College Performing Arts Center, Sacramento
· Louis CK – Wells Fargo Pavilion, Sacramento
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