When the weekend arrives, people of all ages are looking to get out of the house and have some fun. For seniors, this list is designed to make the most of your weekend time through engaging, enriching and exciting activities.
Crocker Art Museum – Studio Art Classes
216 O St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 808-7000
www.crockerartmuseum.org

If art is your thing, then check out the numerous art classes being offered at Sacramento’s premier art museum. There are many different art techniques and disciplines offered, like Chinese brush painting. Additionally, art history classes are also available for those interested in learning about various artists, styles and more. Advanced registration is required for these classes. For those who enjoy making crafts rather than artwork, the Crocker Art Museum also offers unique craft-making classes that will take your crafting skills to the next level.

Sacramento Senior Citizens Club
Hart Senior Center
915 27th St.
Sacramento, CA, 95816
(916) 808-5462
www.cityofsacramento.org

The Sacramento Senior Citizens Club is a one-stop shop for seniors who are looking to have fun on the weekends. This club has a wide range of activities that will surely pique your interest. From monthly casino trips to Sunday dances, there’s always something going on with Sacramento’s hottest senior’s club. If you really enjoy their weekend activities, then you will be happy to know that they also offer social interactions during the week. Get out of the house and enjoy some weekend excitement by meeting other local seniors who are looking to do the same.

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Florin Road Bingo
2350 Florin Road
Sacramento, CA 95822
(916) 422-4646
www.scc-bingo.com

Florin Road Bingo is an ADA-compliant bingo hall open seven days a week. In fact, they’re one of the few remaining bingo halls offering daily bingo sessions. Located about 20 minutes from downtown Sacramento, this bingo hall has exciting jackpots and themed bingo events that will get your bingo blood boiling. Their bingo pricing is competitive and their jackpots are eye-popping. If you plan on making this your regular bingo hall, then check out their VIP program which offers a variety of benefits.

B Street Theater
2711 B St.
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 443-5300
www.bstreettheatre.org

For over 25 years, the B Street Theater has been providing engaging plays and productions that entertain visitors of all ages. Not only do they have engaging theater events to enjoy on the weekends, they also have exciting events during the week. Additionally, the B Street Theater offers acting classes for kids and adults. It’s never too late to learn a new skill, have fun and/or find a new hobby. B Street Theater has three distinct types of plays: Mainstage Series, Family Series and the B3 Series. The Mainstage Series has the most critically-acclaimed plays, while the Family Series is designed for the whole family in mind and the B3 Series is more for the “sophisticated theatergoer.”

Tech Connections
Hart Senior Center
915 27th St.
Sacramento, CA, 95816
(916) 808-5462
www.cityofsacramento.org

The world we live in is constantly evolving with technology. If you are a senior looking to get a better understanding of the everyday technology that we use, then TechConnections is the perfect choice for you. This program is designed to teach seniors how to safely navigate computers and the Internet. You can join classes at the Hart Senior Center or you can even sign up for a one-on-one session. Most classes take place during the week;Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento Senior Citizens Club, Florin Road Bingo, B Street Theater, Tech Connections however, there may be some classes or sessions popping up on the weekends in the near future.

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