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 Museums: History Live

Museums: History Live
Sutter's Fort
Ongoing-Aug 15
Sat-Wed 10am-5pm
A vibrant interactive historical experience: hands on activities with docents in period clothes, meet and talk to those who made California what it is today. Find out more>

Sports & Rec: World Masters Athletic Championships 2011

Sports & Rec: World Masters Athletic Championships 2011
Sac State/Sac City College/ARC
July 6-July 17
Dates & times vary
This is the Men's & Women's Masters Track & Field Outdoor World Championships, including a marathon, race walk, & cross country run. Find out more>
Music: Frisco Project

Music: Frisco Project
Tsakopoulos Library Galleria
July 6
Wed 7pm
The Frisco Project, featuring Abel Sanchez, is an all-star revue of veteran musicians who contributed to the sounds, styles, and music associated with the '60s and '70s throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Find out more>

 
 Kids & Fam: Twilight Thursdays

Kids & Fam: Twilight Thursdays
Sacramento Zoo
Ongoing-July 28
Thurs 5:30pm-8pm
Each Thursday see live music and a car show & enjoy dinner and drink specials at the Zoo's Kampala Café. This Thursday features music by Because (Beatles tribute band) & car show featuring British Cars. Find out more>

 
Special Events: National Train Show Special Events: National Train Show
Sacramento Convention Center
July 8-July 10
Fri Noon-6pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 10am-5pm
Fun for the whole family--from littlest engineer to most experienced Model Railroader. Find out more>
 
 Theatre: Shorts & Shorters Theatre: Shorts & Shorters
Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre
July 8-July 24
Fri & Sat 7pm; Sun 2pm
The program consists of a number of original monologues and short plays by local playwrights directed by local directors.
Find out more>
 
 Film: Sacramento Japanese Film Festival

Film: Sacramento Japanese Film Festival
Crest Theatre
July 8-July 10
Fri-Sun, Times Vary
The 7th Annual Sacramento Japanese Film Festival expands this year to six screenings. Find out more>

 
Visual Arts: 2nd Saturday July 9

2nd Saturday Activities:
-California People
Capital Public Radio, 6pm-8pm
-Jose Di Gregario. New Paintings.
The Urban Hive, 6pm-9pm
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Life is a Journey. This is Mine.
Union Hall Gallery, 6pm-9pm
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 Nightlife: The Siren Show: Late Nite Varietease   Sacramento Nightlife: The Siren Show:
Late Nite Varietease
Harlow's
July 9
Sat 10pm
A night of classic striptease, irreverent comedy, circus and variety acts! Find out more>


 Music: Dead Winter Carpenters Music: Dead Winter Carpenters
Torch Club
July 10
Sun 8pm
Emerging from Northern California's fertile music scene, Dead Winter Carpenters is a rollicking, high-energy, Americana-roots infused five-piece band. Find out more>

 
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