Sacramento365.com's Top 10 Events: Week of March 14

This Week: Go Green and Celebrate Culture
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 Art & Lecture: Bunky Echo Hawk

Art & Lecture: Bunky Echo-Hawk
Sacramento State - Union Ballroom
Mar 15
Tues 7pm
Enjoy live art and a mini-lecture by Native American multi-talented proactive artist Bunky Echo-Hawk, a graphic designer, photographer, writer, and educator. Plus, there will be a special performance by All Nations Drum Group. This event is in support of Native American Culture Week.

 
Visual Arts: Lunchtime Art Tours

Visual Arts: Lunchtime Art Tours
Sacramento Art Complex
Mar 16
Wed 12:30pm
Every Wednesday, Sacramento Art Complex hosts lunchtime art tours, so walk down and have lunch in the sculpture garden and afterwards enjoy a free guided tour of the art and artists' studios.
 
Holiday Events: St. Patrick's Day Party in the Park
Holiday Events: St. Patrick's Day
Party in the Park

Cesar Chavez Park
Mar 17
Thurs 10am-10pm

This year's party in the park is bigger and better than ever. Enjoy musical performances by the bands: Zoo Station, Nine-8ths Irish, Whiskey and Stitches, Kennelly School, Black Eyed Dempseys, and Pipes and Drums. Enjoy food from these amazing local vendors: de Vere's Irish Pub, The Grange, Mulvaney's Building and Loan, Shady Lady, and Tuli Bistro. After the party, head over to de Vere's Pub Party, open 'til 2am.
 
 
Music: Playlist: Kate Gaffney
Music: Playlist: Kate Gaffney
Crocker Art Museum
Mar 17
Thurs 7pm
With velvety rich vocals & fresh and honest lyrics, Kate Gaffney blends a sound steeped in classic roots rock with a dash of folk sweetness. She will be joined by guitarist Steve Randall.
 
Music: Sacramento Bach Festival: Bravo Bach
Music: Sacramento Bach Festival:
Bravo Bach

St. Mark's UMC
Mar 18-Mar 27
Fri-Sun 7pm
Bravo Bach celebrates the music of Bach with six-concerts over two-weekends. The series kicks off with A Bach Sampler, Friday night, followed by Organ Masterworks on Saturday, and Bach & the Spirit of Improvisation on Sunday. Three more concerts complete the festival the following weekend.
 
 Theatre: Mystery Spot
Theatre: Mystery Spot
California Stage
Ongoing-Apr 10
Fri & Sat 8pm; Sun 2pm
California Stage premiers Mystery Spot, an award-winning comedy. Dingo, a regular ol' guy from Oroville, gets accepted to UC Santa Cruz where he becomes a Women's Studies major so he can pursue his hobby of chasing around girls. To fund his womanizing, he gets a job at the Santa Cruz Mystery Spot, where nothing is as it seems.
 
 
Kids & Fam: Cinderella

Kids & Fam: Cinderella
B Street Theatre
Ongoing-Apr 17
Sat & Sun 1pm & 4pm
The classic tale of love, wickedness, and sibling rivalry explodes on the B Street stage in this antic, musical romp. A comedy for children ages 4 and older.

 
Festivals: Fete de la Francophonie Festivals: Fête de la Francophonie:
French Heritage Festival

Beatnik Studios
Mar 20
Sun 1pm-10pm
Celebrate the francophone cultures of the Southern Mediterranean! Did you know Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Lebanon are all French-speaking countries? The Fête de la Francophonie is an all day family-friendly event featuring music, a cooking demonstration, activities for children, a film screening, food and drinks, and belly dancing.
 
 Food & Wine: Sacramento Living Library with Patrick Mulvaney and Shawn Harrison   Food & Wine: Sacramento Living Library: Patrick Mulvaney & Shawn Harrison
Time Tested Books
Mar 20
Sun 7pm
How and where our food is grown affects nearly every aspect of our lives. At this month's Sacramento Living Library, noted chef and restaurateur Patrick Mulvaney and Soil Born Farms Executive Director Shawn Harrison talk about local agriculture and its place in Sacramento dining.
 Poetry & Lit: Sister Spit
Poetry & Lit: Sister Spit
Sacramento Poetry Center
Mar 20
Sun 7pm-9pm
The legendary, raucous, rowdy performance gang, Sister Spit, lands in Sacramento with a van-load of multimedia, queer-centric brilliance! Don't miss this multimedia explosion of taste-makers, novelists, fashion plates, painters, performance artists, poets, and fancy scribblers.

 
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