TOP 20+ THINGS TO DO IN SACRAMENTO THIS WEEKEND WITH KIDS! APRIL 6TH – APRIL 7TH, 2019

Here’s our Top Picks for the Weekend of April 6th & 7th, 2019! Eat a fresh stroopwafel (Dutch cookie/waffle), go to a vinyl fair, get your spring garden started at a plant sale, make a DIY microscope, take teens to paddle board yoga, celebrate Earth Day at the Koobs Nature Area, listen to super-strange stories at Sacramento History for Kids, play in a cornhole tournament, go to a STEM fair or the Kids Expo, ride the Easter Egg Express train, help rescue Egrets with a paint party, walk in blue & yellow corridors, clean up a creek, see tiny bonsai trees, go on a gallery adventure at Crocker, watch a mochi pounding demonstration at the Davis Cherry Blossom Festival, celebrate Holi, get messy at free Art Studio Lab at Manetti Shrem, see a 6th grader play Haydn’s Cello Concerto, watch a baseball game, basketball game, softball game, sand volleyball game, junior roller derby, soccer game, see performances of Pinocchio, Addams Family, Legally Blonde, Little Red Riding Hood, Cindarella, Cats, Goldilocks & the Three Bears, When We Were Colored, and so much more! It’s a heck of a weekend in cloudy Sacramento.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6TH, 2019
Cloudy 64/53

Get garden-ready at the Soil Born Farms’ Spring Plant Sale. Join Soil Born Farms for their collaborative plant sale with Elderberry Farms Native Plant Nursery and Demo Garden, a project of California Native Plant Society. Fill your spring garden with organic vegetable starts, medicinal and culinary herbs, and flower starts grown in the Soil Born Farms Greenhouse and native plants from Elderberry Farms Nursery, Hedgerow Farms, WildJules Seedballs, and Cornflower Farms. Featuring guest speaker Wendy Johnson, the author of Gardening at the Dragon’s Gate. There will also be activities, tours, and classes. Taste and purchase fresh-from-the-field produce, organic coffee, and delicious Magpie Café baked goods. Soil Born Farms encourages you to bike or walk to the ranch, bring your shopping bag, and take a self-guided tour around the farm. Soil Born Farms is proud to offer bread from Grindstone Bakery. The breads are certified organic made from freshly ground grains and seeds. Stop by and sample some of the bread on sale. Take a walk or bike ride along the beautiful American River. Free, cost of purchases. Sat. 9am – 2pm. Soil Born Farms American River Ranch. More info…

Go to a Vinyl Fair (teens). The Armadillo Music and KDVS’s Vinyl and Music Fair has grown to be one of the largest in Northern California for rare and inexpensive vinyl. Vendors from all over the state, and the west coast, will be selling vinyl records, CDS, DVDs, VHS, tapes and anything else music related. Shoppers are encouraged to bring cash, and a bag. There’s lots of free parking. Woodstocks Pizza will be on site selling pizza around lunch. Free, cost of purchases. Sat. 9am – 3:30pm. Davis Senior Center. More info…

Pick out some unique, low-water plants at the UC Davis Arboretum Teaching Nursery’s Public Plant Sale. Multiple times each year the UC Davis Arboretum Teaching Nursery opens its doors for the public to shop from its incredible selection of attractive, low-water plants perfect for our region. Find the plants you’ve always wanted, but can never find. Your purchases help fund the growth and care of the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden landscapes, collections, and free public programs. Free, cost of purchases. Sat. 9am – 1pm. UC Davis Arboretum Teaching Nursery. More info… (download their Inventory PDF)

Make a DIY Microscope. From the cells of an onion, to the surface of a penny, microscopes allow us to see the tiny details of everyday objects. Construct a microscope with provided materials — and your smartphone. Take it home and continue to explore the world around you. $25 (total for one child & one adult). $10 for additional person. Sat. 9:30am – 10:30am. Powerhouse Science Center. More info…

Celebrate Earth Day Conservation at the Koobs Nature Area. Come out and explore the Koobs Nature Area and discover the ways we can protect and enjoy our Earth. They will have activity tables for kids to create and learn about Earth Day and Conservation. The Koobs Nature Area is open for public open days on the first Saturday of every month, March through October. Free. Sat. 10am – 2pm. Koobs Nature Area in Carmichael. More info…

Watch some sand volleyball as the Sacramento State Women’s team takes on Pacific at Livermore Park in Folsom. Free. Sat. 10am. More info…

Hear strange real stories at Sacramento History for Kids. Who says history has to be boring? Hear tales of floods, fires, mayhem, and the amazing accomplishments of the early residents of Sacramento. The kicker is that all of these stories are true and taken from the residents of the Old City Cemetery. Come see why truth is stranger than fiction. This tour is designed for kids in fourth grade and up, but all ages are welcome. Free. Sat. 10am – 11:30am. Sacramento Historic City Cemetery. More info…

Take teens to Slow Art Day at Crocker. Slow Art Day is a global event with a simple mission to help people discover the joy of looking at art. Be one of the thousands of people around the world who take part in this special opportunity to slow down and have art reveal itself through guided looking led by docent Nancy Hampton. Free with admission. Sat. 10:30am – 11:30am. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

Eat a Dutch cookie/waffle from Dutchman’s Stroopwafels and get gardening tips at the Plant Foundry Spring Celebration. There will also be face painting, various vendors, master gardening clinics, and more. Free. Sat. 11am – 3pm. Plant Foundry. More info…

Learn about the Crocker family. Go on the Crocker History Tour and learn about the Crocker family and the era during which they lived as you journey back in time on this history infused gallery tour. Free with museum admission. Sat. 11am. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

Watch a junior roller derby tournament. Sacramento Junior Roller Derby is hosting a one day round robin tournament featuring teams from Northern California. The tournament will feature three full-length games throughout the day. Watch this year, and compete next year! They will also have an open snack bar and merchandise for sale. Doors Open for VIP Season Pass Holders: 10:15 AM GA Doors Open: 10:30 AM Mo-Town Misfits vs. Santa Cruz Groms: 11 AM SRD Jrs vs. Mo-Town: 1:30 PM Santa Cruz vs. SRD Jrs: 4 PM Adult GA: $8 Kids 8-12 GA: $5 Kids 7 and under are Free. Sat. 11am – 6pm. Sacramento Roller Derby Warehouse. More info…

Play in a cornhole tournament. Join the California Cornhole Association, Raley Field, and the Rivercats for a night of cornhole and baseball. Advanced, Social, and 15U Junior Division cornhole players can gather for pool play in single-elimination brackets with prizes for winners. There is also a “bring your own partner” Double event with cash and prizes. Don’t miss the post-game fireworks. Bring your own cornhole bags to play. $32. Sat. 12pm – 11pm. Games begin at 1:05pm. Doors open at 12pm. Raley Field. More info…

Go to Storytime & Activities featuring Family Forever at Barnes & Noble Bookstores. When Julia’s beloved fuzzy friend Fluffster goes missing, everyone works together to find him, and by the end it is clear that when “family and friends stick together,” everyone is happy. Sat. 11am. More info…

Watch a softball game. Sac State Hornets take on Montana at 12pm. Free. Sacramento State University. More info…

Go to a Top Hard-to-Kill Plants Workshop. Exotic Plants will be hosting their first free First Saturday Workshop and Tent Sale at their new 1525 Fulton Location. This workshop will be an informative workshop that will showcase the easiest and most hardy house plants you can buy that are easy to maintain and care for. Their knowledgeable staff will walk you through care steps and answer any questions you might have as well as identifying low maintenance plants you can find at the store. Tent Sale: Discounted Plants 10am-3pm. The tent sale will have largely discounted plants that are in need of a good home. Free, cost of purchases. Sat. 12pm – 1:30pm. Tent Sale is 10am – 3pm. Exotic Plants. More info…

Go to a free Easter Egg Hunt at the Fruitridge Community Collaborative. Besides fun activities like Jump Bike demos, yoga, gardening, arts and crafts, and cooking, this day will have the VSP Eye Clinic which will provide complimentary eye exams to those that qualify. The VSP Eyes of Hope Mobile Clinic will be on site to provide no-cost, comprehensive eye exams and glasses to those who have no vision insurance and meet the program’s 2019 guidelines. The Easter egg hung starts at 12:30pm, and the Easter Bunny will visit at 1:30pm. 

Go to a STEM Fair. The NorCal STEM Education Foundation is proud to announce the 2019 Sacramento Regional STEM Fair. Join in on the action as a spectator, judge, or volunteer. Students in grades 5-12 from over 12 different Northern California counties will be a part of California’s largest regional STEM fair. There will be a College and Career Expo 1pm – 4pm outside of the ARC Student Center with dozens of local organizations and vendors showing cool gadgets, school programs, and future job opportunities. Free. Sat. 12pm – 4pm. Award Ceremonies are 4pm – 7pm. American River College. More info…

See a performance of Little Red Riding Hood. One day Little Red Riding Hood goes to visit her granny. Who will she meet in the woods? City Theatre performs this classic at Little Theatre. $5. Sat. 12-1pm. More info…

Ride the Sacramento RiverTrain Easter Egg Express. Hop on board for an unforgettable springtime experience that’s sure to please young and old, alike. Enjoy an Easter egg hunt, a ride on the rails, kid-friendly activities and a visit from that special, fluffy hare himself – the Easter Bunny. This 2.5-hour experience departs from their West Sacramento location. $35+ ($10 for infants). Sat. 1pm. Sacramento RiverTrain. More info…

Go to the Kids Fun Zone at Southgate Plaza. Kids Fun Zone offers free exciting monthly activities including crafts and fun STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) projects for kids 12 and under. This Fun Zone’s activities include: Craft – Big Bubble Maker STEM Project – Make Battery-powered Tiny Dancer All materials needed are provided while supplies last. Crafts and projects listed are subject to change, but are always entertaining. Free. Every first Saturday of the month, from 1pm – 4pm. Southgate Plaza. More info…

Go to a book reading for moms. Mom’s Turn, featured on Good Day Sacramento, is a book for everyone heading to a baby shower, anyone who knows a new mom, or any woman embarking on motherhood for the first time or again. Author and reporter Jennika Ingram interviewed moms across North America about what they wish they knew in that first year and shares their insights to make that important first year easier and help ward off postpartum. There will be coloring books available for kids. Free. Sat. 2pm. Crawford’s Books. More info…

Take teen girls to Lunafest Sacramento. Lunafest, the fundraising film festival dedicated to promoting awareness about women’s issues, highlighting women filmmakers, and bringing women together in their communities, will be hosted by Soroptimist International of Metropolitan Sacramento. This unique film festival highlights women as leaders in society, illustrated through nine short films by women filmmakers. The films range from animation to fictional drama, and cover topics such as women’s health, body image, relationships, cultural diversity and breaking barriers. $5-$25. Sat. 2pm – 9pm. Guild Theater. More info…

Learn how to make dangle earrings (adults & teens). Design and create as many pairs of dangle earrings as you would like within this four hour workshop. With a large assortment of beads available, creative inspiration will be in abundance. Enjoy displaying your earrings on your own four-tier jewelry stand. $65. Sat. 3pm – 7pm. Ebony London Art Studio. More info…

Watch a baseball game. Cheer on the Hornets as they take on CSU Bakersfield. Free. Sat. 3pm. Sacramento State University. More info…

Rescue Egrets with a paint party (ages 6 & up). Join Sacramento Heron and Egret Rescue for a fun painting party fundraiser to benefit wildlife rescue. Attendees will receive step-by-step instruction on how to paint a beautiful Snowy Egret. All materials are supplied including an 11″x 14″ gallery-wrapped canvas. All skill levels welcome – ages 6 to 106. Instruction provided by the fantastic VanGoGirl Paint Parties. Drewski’s is closed to the public on weekends and will not be serving food. However, sodas and snacks will be available, and you are welcome to bring your own food and drinks. $30. Sat. 4pm – 6:15pm. Drewski’s Pit Stop McClellan. More info…

Go to the Lantern Street Festival at Fremont Park. Celebrate lanterns and light and listen to live music and enjoy great food from food trucks. Each adult ticket comes with a free lantern and LED light. Children under 12 are free and can buy lanterns separately. If you want, you can decorate your lantern at the event. Bring materials and get busy creating an illuminated masterpiece. Kids 12 & under are Free, Adults $27+. Sat. 6pm – 11pm. Fremont Park. More info…

Watch a professional soccer game. Cheer on our Sac Republic as they battle it out with Austin Bold. $14+. Sat. 7:30pm. Papa Murphy’s Park. More info…

SUNDAY, APRIL 7TH, 2019
Cloudy 73/54

It’s the second-to-the-last weekend to see Bruce Nauman’s Blue & Yellow Corridor at the Manetti Shrem Museum in Davis. Coinciding with the opening of Bruce Nauman’s (MFA ’66, UC Davis) retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, this exhibition features the first realization of a participatory environment Nauman conceived in 1970. The work is a narrow passageway that wraps around an existing room, combining colored fluorescent light and closed-circuit video to manipulate the viewer’s perceptual experience. An adjacent gallery includes artworks that situate the corridor within the artist’s career. This great, little museum is free every day. This exhibit was extended to April 14th. See it before it goes. Free. Open Sun. 12pm – 5pm. Manetti Shrem Museum of Art. More info…

Participate in Sacramento Creek Week: Water Colors Our World. Whether it is participating in one or more of the fun and educational activities or volunteering at the annual community-wide cleanup and celebration, there is something for everyone during Creek Week! Fun for all ages with activities throughout the Sacramento region. Events include: Sat. April 6th: Bufferlands Birds and Blooms Tour, Sat. April 6th: Water Wonderful World at Effie Yeaw Nature Center, Sat. April 6th: Arcade Creek Exploration at Del Paso Regional Park Natural Area, Sun. April 7th: Living in Water at Effie Yeaw Nature Center. Most events are Free. More info…

Take teens to Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga. Spotted Dog Yoga is offering weekly “SUP DOG Paddle Board Yoga” classes in partnership with the City of Folsom. Take your yoga practice to the water and experience a new level of challenge and exploration of the land based yoga practice you may already be familiar with. The classes are open to all levels and are designed to teach the basic fundamentals of SUP Yoga. All classes will include a slow moving Spotted Dog Yoga style vinyasa yoga practice. Classes are 75 minutes long. Kids 13-17 are welcome to join if accompanied by an adult. Bring: towel, change of clothes, water bottle and an adventurous spirit. No yoga experience necessary. Although a lifeguard will be on duty, you must be able to swim. Class capacity is capped at 10 to deliver a superior experience They provide the best yoga-specific paddle boards and gear (included in program fee) needed for the class and they do not allow outside boards. $25. Sat. 8:15am – 9:30am or 10am – 11:15am. Folsom Aquatic Center. More info…

See some bonsai trees. The Bonsai Sekiku Kai bonsai show will have many bonsai tree specimens to view and will feature a demonstration by Yuzo Maruyama. Talk with team members to learn about the art and how it’s applied to the local climate. Amenities include refreshments, light snacks, door prizes, raffles, and a silent auction. Member and vendor sales of plants and bonsai-related items will also be available. Free. Sun. 10am – 4pm (Demonstration is at 2pm). Sacramento Buddhist Church. More info…

See Gold Fever! Games hosted by the Sacramento Visitor’s Center. Guests to the Old Sacramento Waterfront can experience what it was like to catch gold fever while getting actively involved in the intriguing Gold Fever! games. Participants take on personas of characters in history – or “real-life rascals” – who scratched and clawed their way to make this area the center of the Gold Rush. Never the same experience twice, Gold Fever! games relive Sacramento’s early days when gold fever ruled amid horrible disasters that threatened fates and fortunes. To spice things up even more, elements of chance are introduced that could change the fate of tour guests. Through the course of the lively tours that meander through the historic district, visitors discover if they successfully escaped the many floods, if they managed to keep their gold dust (or lost it all at the gambling tables) and if they survived the fires, disease and occasional steamboat explosion. Gold Fever! games last approximately one hour, are great fun for all ages, and cost $12 for adults and $8 for children 6 to 17 (children ages five and under are free). Sun. 10:30am, 12pm, & 1:30pm (also on Sat.). The games start and end at the Sacramento Visitors Center, 1002 Second Street in Old Sacramento, near the corner of Second and J streets. Your ticket includes free admission to the Sacramento History Museum. More info…

Go on the Kids & Company Gallery Adventure. Amusing and educational, this tour is the perfect way to introduce art to children and the adults who tag along with them. Free with admission. Sun. 10:30am – 11:30am. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

See performances, take part in workshops, and science shows at the Kids Expo California. There will also be family-friendly vendors, exhibits, hands-on activities, giveaways, a bounce village, toddler town, science stations, model castings, VIP princess tea parties, and superhero meet & greets. Checkout the schedule to be sure to see what you want. $12+. Parking $10. Sat. & Sun. 11am – 5pm. (Get the $2 off Expo Coupon online). Cal Expo. More info…

See Goldilocks and the Three Bears on stage at Fairytale Town. The Fairytale Town Troupers present a gentle and happy story for the whole family. When the three bears return home from a walk, they find a stranger in their home — a lost little girl who goes by the name of Goldilocks. They are surprised, but they decide to help the little girl and keep her safe until she can be reunited with her real family again. Performances will be held in the Children’s Theater. $6, free for members. 11am – 1pm. Fairytale Town. More info…

Go to the Davis Craft & Vintage Fair and hear live music from The New Harmony Jazz Band. There will be craft table activities, great food, art, and upcycled goods. Free. Sun. 11am – 4pm. Davis Central Park. More info…

Check out everything Sac State has to offer at Sunday Funday. Sunday Funday is an opportunity for Sacramento State’s College of Arts & Letters to welcome students, staff, faculty, alumni, neighbors, and their families to campus for one day to experience creative and explorative programs of study. It is a day to have fun and thank the community for their support. Sunday Funday celebrates what makes these programs so unique and how the College of Arts & Letters contributes to the vibrancy of campus and produces creative and inquisitive alumni. There will be string musical performances, puppet sows, a film screening, etc. Check the schedule. Free. Sun. 11am – 3pm. CSU Sacramento. More info…

Go to the Davis Cherry Blossom Festival. Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan and Sudwerk Brewing Co. are excited to present the annual Davis Cherry Blossom Festival, a weekend filled with music, art, culture, food, beer, and friends. Activities include two music stages featuring live music and taiko (traditional and contemporary Japanese drumming), food and art vendors, local artist’s gallery, interactive educational/cultural demonstrations (mochi pounding, taiko lessons, shibori dying, origami, and more), games and activities, seasonal Sakura beer is back for the weekend, too. Free, cost of purchases. Sun. 11am – 9:30pm (also on Sat. 11am – 10pm). Sudwerk Brewing Co. Dock Store. More info…

Throw color into the air and celebrate Holi. The Indian Graduate Student Association (IGSA) and Indian Student Association (ISA), in collaboration with the Friends of the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden, present “Rang de Davis” — a celebration of Holi. Have a fun-filled time in this magnificent celebration of joy and love with colors, water, dance, music and Indian food at the Arboretum Gazebo. Click here for the Location map. Parking is free and available in Visitor Lot 55. $8. Sun. 12pm – 4pm. UC Davis Arboretum. More info…

Take teens to Legally Blonde, the musical. Based on the beloved movie, Legally Blonde – The Musical is a journey from the sorority house to the halls of justice. Elle Woods appears to have it all, until her boyfriend dumps her to attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle uses her ingenuity and charm to get into Harvard too, tackling stereotypes, snobbery, and scandal along the way. Driven by memorable songs and explosive dances, Legally Blonde – The Musical warms the heart, “a high-energy… hymn to the glories of girlishness.” (New York Times). $48+ (10% off Sunday single tickets). Sun. 1pm & 6:30pm. Harris Center for the Arts. More info…

See Broadway Sacramento’s production of Cats, the beloved Andrew Lloyd Webber musical with breathtaking music, including one of the most treasured songs in musical theater, “Memory.” Winner of seven Tony Awards including Best Musical. Featuring new sound design, direction and choreography for a new generation. Ends this weekend. $26+. Sun. 2pm (also on Sat.). Community Center Theater. More info…

Hear junior high students in Davis play classical music in the beautiful Mondavi Center. A Celebration of Music is an afternoon of classical musical featuring students from Davis schools. Performances this year include the Emerson Da Vinci Harper Junior High Orchestras, the Emerson Da Vinci Harper and Holmes Junior High Choirs, the Davis Elementary All City Strings, and the Chamber Music Students of Susan Lamb Cook. $10+. Sun. 2pm – 5pm. Mondavi Center. More info…

Join a Community Singing Circle. Singing with friends and neighbors is an uplifting and healing experience. MusicLandria invites you to join its circle, where all are encouraged to participate in musical creation. How a singing circle works: The leaders make up simple vocal melodies, giving a different part to each section of the circle. The parts change over time. Together, everyone creates evolving, improvised vocal compositions. Everyone can sing! This is a chance to exercise your vocal pipes without fear or judgement. Suggested donation $10, no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Sun. 2pm – 4pm. KOH Library & Cultural Center. More info…

See Cindarella. Royal Stage presents the classic Rodgers & Hammerstein musical “Cinderella,” featuring a cast of performers all local to the Sacramento region. Experience a timeless tale that is family-friendly and includes themed concessions available for purchase and a lobby photo-op area. A cast meet & greet is available after each performance. $8. Sun. 2pm (also Sat. 2pm). Antelope Road Christian Fellowship. More info…

Get messy in the free Art Studio Lab at the Manetti Shrem Museum. All are invited to join in the Carol and Gerry Parker Art Studio for participatory activities every weekend. Get messy, express yourself, and play with hands on experiences. Free. Sun. 2pm – 4pm (also on Sat.). Manetti Shrem Museum in Davis. More info…

See a performance of The Addams Family by the Sierra College Theatre Arts Department. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before—keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesdays normal boyfriend and his parents. $10+. Sun. 2pm (also on Sat. 8pm). Dietrich Theater Sierra College. More info…

Take teens to When We Were Colored: A Mother’s Story. Based on a book by Eva Rutland, this world premiere tells the story of one family’s experience with integration in post-World War II Sacramento. When a black mother moves to California from the segregated south with her husband and children, the family must confront what it’s like to be the first black household on the block, the only black children at school, and how to continue to love those with different ideologies — even when they live under your own roof. At once timely, poignant, and funny, this production continues STC’s commitment to produce new works with local relevance. $17+. Sun. 2pm & 7pm (shows also on Fri. & Sat.). Sacramento Theatre Company. More info…

Watch a 6th grader play Haydn’s Cello Concerto. The Sacramento Youth Symphony is one of the best music programs in Sacramento. Haydn’s Cello Concerto features cellist Benjamin Jiang, a 6th grade student at Elliott Ranch Elementary School in Elk Grove. Mozart’s Piano Concerto #21 features Justin Wahby, a 10th Grader at Franklin High School in Elk Grove. Other works include Russian Easter Overture by N. Rimsky-Korsakov, Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis by Vaughan Williams, and the Polovetsian Dances from Prince Igor by Borodin. Come see these amazing performers. $15+. Sun. 3pm – 4:30pm. More info…

Go to Family Storytime. Every Sunday toddlers, preschoolers, and their caregivers are invited to join Fair Oaks Library for songs, rhymes, and stories designed to build early literacy skills. Free. Sun. 3-4pm. Fair Oaks Library. More info…

See Walt Disney’s Pinocchio at Crest Theatre. Doors 3pm. Show 4pm. $7.50+. More info…

Watch the Sacramento Kings take on the New Orleans Pelicans. $16+. Sun. 6pm. Golden 1 Center. More info…

[All listings are provided free by our own independent review of activities. These are not ads.]

Happy Adventuring!

xo, sabrina : )

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