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Concert - "Gershwin & Grainger!"

Concert - "Gershwin & Grainger!"

Sutter’s Fort Major Restoration Project Completed and Fort is Now Fully Open to Public

Sutter’s Fort Major Restoration Project Completed and Fort is Now Fully Open to Public

California State Parks and the Friends of Sutter’s Fort are proud to announce Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park (Fort) is fully open to the public after the completion of major restoration efforts on the exterior walls, gates and pathways. While additional restoration projects will continue at the Fort in phases, the recently completed restoration efforts represent the most significant since a major reconstruction effort in the 1890s. The completed restoration projects include the following: restoration of the historic exterior walls; repair or replacement of the east and south gates; upgrades to various pathways in and around the Fort, and seismic stabilization of the historic central building.

Sacramento City College Fall Concert

Sacramento City College Fall Concert
Sacramento City College Fall Concert
12-01-2015 - 12-01-2015
 
http://www.harlows.com/event/1005195-sac-city-college-fall-concert-sacramento/
Admission: $8 All ages
 
(916) 441-4693
info@harlows.com
 
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Midtown Showcases Intriguing & Inspiring Works During Special 2nd Saturday in November

Midtown Showcases Intriguing & Inspiring Works During Special 2nd Saturday in November

A center for culture, creativity and vibrancy, Midtown Sacramento is an exciting 2nd Saturday Art Walk destination where local art galleries and other participating businesses collaborate to host a popular evening open house each month. 

Midtown guests will enjoy viewing art exhibits, meeting local artists, sampling food and wine, listening to live music and more.  A sampling of a few of the FREE offerings presented by galleries in Midtown on Saturday, November 14, 2015 include the following:

 

Sutter’s Fort Offers Two Festive and Fun “Living History” Events on November 21

Sutter’s Fort Offers Two Festive and Fun “Living History” Events on November 21

California State Parks and Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park (SHP) are proud to present two fun and festive Living History events scheduled on Saturday, November 21, 2015.

Throughout the daytime – from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. -- Fort visitors will step back in time to mingle with docents in period attire as they demonstrate what daily life was like in 1846.  Fort visitors will have special interactive opportunities that include talking with the blacksmith, bartering with the clerk in the trade store and more.  Fort visitors are also encouraged to bring a camera to take memorable photos while seated in the covered wagon (which might also work as a unique holiday card this season).

The Magical Holiday Tradition Continues in Old Sacramento with 7th Annual “Macy’s Theatre of Lights"

The Magical Holiday Tradition Continues in Old Sacramento with 7th Annual “Macy’s Theatre of Lights"

Known as a magical, electrifying and family-friendly holiday tradition in Old Sacramento, the ever-popular and FREE “Macy’s Theatre of Lights” performances return on Wednesday evening, November 25, 2015, and continue through New Year’s Eve.   In addition to Macy’s, the spectacular annual event is also proudly presented by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership (DSP) in cooperation with Downtown Commons, the City of Sacramento Department of Convention and Cultural Services, the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau, Embassy Suites, Evangeline’s and Old Sacramento merchants and small business owners.  

Sacramento History Museum is Proudly Committed to Hiring Military Veterans

Sacramento History Museum is Proudly Committed to Hiring Military Veterans

With a staff comprised of more than 25 percent military veterans, the Sacramento History Museum is dedicated to seeking out, hiring and retaining capable and dedicated military veterans whenever possible.  Currently, the Museum employs eight military veterans who proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces as follows: two from the Army, three from the Navy, and one from each of the Air Force, Marines and National Guard.

Interestingly, the vast majority of the military veterans employed at the Sacramento History Museum are tour guides who had no previous related experience but excel in working with the public.