Crocker Art Museum
From bursts of color in the evening sky to music, dance, rock climbing and ice, the final days of 2012 offer a little bit of everything to Sacramento residents and visitors. While ushering in the new year is often an adult-centric experience, these options offer fun and entertainment for families, teens and tots.
Good or bad, these odd public art pieces are a part of Sacramento.
Sacramento, a city that respects cultural diversity, provides extracurricular cultural activities that kids can both enjoy and use to learn about the history, language, song, dance, art and food of other cultures.
Sacramento’s museums will feature a variety of art, history and cultural exhibits this fall.
Pay homage to a founding father by visiting a historic Sacramento landmark.
Sacramento has plenty of options for playdaters this summer, and it is easy to see that fun doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you want to enjoy the great outdoors or stay inside in air-conditioned comfort, the kids will find it hard to resist the art, music, dance, theater, sports, animals, trains and even anime and camping activities this area has to offer.
For 10 days in April, the Sacramento International Film Festival allows fanatics to experience the glitz, excitement and glamour of over 100 national and international films. Get involved in the action and attend a few of the events this year.
If you’re passing on a spring break getaway vacation this year, still have some fun right here in Sacramento. The region is ripe with opportunities for a memorable vacation spent at home. Consider these ideas if a stay-cation is in your plans.
California remains a champion of women’s history and Sacramento is home to some the nation’s greatest places to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Sacramento boasts a wide range of activities for children and adults in honor of Black History Month in February.
Budding artists in Sacramento can learn a multitude of ways to express themselves. Check out these great casual art classes and discover your inner artist.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year as we usher in the Year of the Dragon on January 23 with these festive Chinese New Year events.