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Labor Day weekend heats up with lively events
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Labor Day weekend heats up with lively events

Labor Day weekend is almost here and there is no need to go out of town to have a good time! Summer continues to heat up in Sacramento- as the forecast is slated to stay in the 90s through Monday. Here’s a little peek at some of the fun stuff going on, there’s sure to be something to...

Sacramento Theatre Company: Dial M For Murder
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Sacramento Theatre Company: Dial M For Murder

When you "Dial M for Murder" you dial a hit. What great fun! Yes, a murder mystery can have suspense and still have laughs. The Sacramento Theatre Company has brought back a well-made play from the 1950s, later to be a Hitchcock film, and one of his best. The big star of this evening of...

Brazilian Center brings culture of Brazil to Sacramento
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Brazilian Center brings culture of Brazil to Sacramento

This Saturday marks the 2nd year of the colorful and energetic Brazilian Carnaval celebration. Behind the scenes of this celebration is the Brazilian Center for Cultural Exchange of Sacramento, a local non-profit organization striving to assist at-risk children and bring the community together...

Mardi Gras in Old Sacramento
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Mardi Gras in Old Sacramento

Happy Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras, as it’s usually known! While today is the official day, celebrations started ahead of time this past weekend. On Saturday, Old Sacramento came alive with the Old Sacramento Mardi Gras event, organized by the Old Sacramento Business Association. Participating...

Valentine’s Weekend Events in Sacramento
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Valentine’s Weekend Events in Sacramento

Looking for a special way to turn your Valentine’s Day into a memorable holiday? There are myriad options out there, but here are a few highlights for the upcoming weekend: For the foodie (Fri & Sat 6pm): Let GrubCrawlUSA’s Pre-Valentine’s Sexy Singles Mingle & Consensual...

Keep the arts in your heart this Wednesday
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Keep the arts in your heart this Wednesday

At this Wednesday’s Hearts for the Arts Benefit Event (6pm-9pm at Alex Bult Gallery) artists, community leaders, and Sacramento’s finest convene to celebrate and raise funds for Any Given Child Sacramento. This initiative, spearheaded by For Arts’ Sake, strives to ensure that art experiences are...

Experience Sacramento Museum Day this Saturday
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Experience Sacramento Museum Day this Saturday

Want to check out some of Sacramento’s wonderful museums but have not yet had the time or budget to do so? Mark your calendars for this Saturday and head out to the 14th Annual Sacramento Museum Day. A record 28 museums are participating this year, including newcomers the Center for...

Saturday: Verge Ahead into 2012
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Saturday: Verge Ahead into 2012

Verge Center for the Arts has remained a consistent hub of creativity for Sacramento since they first opened their doors as a private art gallery in 2009. In 2010 they expanded into their current space—a 22,000 square foot warehouse in Downtown Sacramento—and organized as a nonprofit. Now home to...

Ways to spend your MLK, Jr. Day in Sacramento
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Ways to spend your MLK, Jr. Day in Sacramento

Not everyone has this coming Monday off (alas!) but for those that do, Sacramento has a few options for using your day off to celebrate the man it honors—Martin Luther King, Jr. MLK365 is presenting the 31st Annual March for the Dream, which includes a peaceful march (choose to begin from the Oak...

Christmas celebrations, Sacramento-style
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Christmas celebrations, Sacramento-style

As always, Sacramento steps up to the plate with holiday events of all sorts. At Sacramento365.com, we see a lot of events come through the site every day. Though there are myriad options in our Holiday Event section, we’ve narrowed down the list to 10 to get help you pick your Christmas Eve...

2nd Saturday weekend doesn’t disappoint
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2nd Saturday weekend doesn’t disappoint

Ahhh, yes, it’s that time of the month again folks. Second Saturday weekend that is! Although there are great things going on all month long throughout Sacramento, many locals will argue that the second weekend of the month in Sacramento is their favorite time to venture out on the town. In...

Lots of free (and cheap) events this Weekend!!
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Lots of free (and cheap) events this Weekend!!

It has never occurred to me that Father’s Day weekend always happens at the same time as the summer solstice. Is that by coincidence? The longest, sunniest day of the year falls on the weekend that we celebrate our Dad’s. That’s kind of cool! At least for those of us who celebrate...

Crazy “cool” events this weekend!!
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Crazy “cool” events this weekend!!

I can honestly say that I am proud to be a Sacramentan. Even more so since I began working on the events calendar for Sacramento at the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau! I have pretty much lived in the Sacramento area my whole life and never before did I realize that...

Which event will you be attending this Memorial weekend?
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Which event will you be attending this Memorial weekend?

Although many of the events this weekend do not really reflect the true meaning of the foundation of this holiday, there are still some great things to do! Whatever your plan is this weekend, do take a moment to reflect on what Memorial Day is about and be thankful for our fellow Americans who put...

This week’s slew of music, festivals, classes & comedy
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This week’s slew of music, festivals, classes & comedy

Spring is almost over and so begins the onslaught of fun, fabulous things to do during the summer months in Sacramento! It’s not quite time to break out the bikinis and flip-flops, but I have spotted some sleeveless tops and open-toed shoes lately…my all-time favorite season in...

Eat, shop & play to support a good cause
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Eat, shop & play to support a good cause

It seems more so now than ever before that organizations across the board are reaching out for help. Despite all of the "doom-and-gloom" being reported on in the news, I consider myself to be a fairly positive person with an optomistic outlook on life. However, reality...

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