The time of year is here again to travel around the area and look at the beautiful holiday lights and decorated yards.
Do-it-yourselfer extraordinaire Shelley Wilson loves cruising craft and stores, thrift shops, garage sales and antique fairs for supplies. She says you can make easy, inexpensive and unique presents with “re-purposed buttons, toy soldiers, old maps, fabric, dollhouse furniture and photographs.”
Glittering dragon ornaments, mountain wildflower honey, handcrafted jewelry, fine art, festive mistletoe and spirited zookeepers are all part of the scene at these Sacramento spots for last-minute holiday shopping.
Buying the gear for all of the outdoor pursuits that are within range of us can get to be pretty pricey. Rent instead from these Sacramento-area shops.
This is the time of year to make memories with the family. Cutting down your Christmas tree with your children is a memory as well as a tradition to carry forward to the next generation.
Sacramento is fortunate to have an abundance of local musical talent. In this article, you’ll find the best and most eclectic mix of up-and-coming bands to grace Sacramento stages.
A number of outstanding eateries opened locally during 2014, with sweet and savory offerings sure to please any palate.
The holidays have a way of sneaking up on everyone. As things get hectic, it’s nice to know there are numerous places where one can go to unwind and relax while enjoying a holiday cocktail.
Take some tips from the cookie chefs and leave something special for Santa this year. Make plenty and keep some for yourself too. You’ve been nice this year, right?
Whether for the holidays or for occasions throughout the year, gift baskets can be a perfect way to celebrate while sharing something unique that was created right here in the Sacramento area.
These Sacramento holiday happenings promise to be some of the best in town.
Read on to find some fun activities to do in the outdoors this winter in Sacramento and beyond.