TOP 20+ THINGS TO DO IN SACRAMENTO THIS WEEKEND WITH KIDS! SEPTEMBER 22ND – SEPTEMBER 23RD, 2018

Here’s our Top Picks for the Weekend of September 22nd & 23rd! Fall is here, and so are u-pick apples, pears, concord grapes in Apple Hill! There are so many special storytimes this weekend that are only hosted once a month, like at Underground Books and Effie Yeaw… anyone for hip hop storytime? Tour and ride a B-17 bomber, eat pancakes in the park, and get hypnotized in a family-friendly comedy show. The pop-up adventure play day with Fairytale Town in South Natomas looks fantastic. Celebrate deaf awareness at the zoo. We also have Latino and Greek food festivals. Get in free at the California Museum. Celebrate the Autumn Equinox! Learn all about galls on a nature walk, and then learn how to plant a tree in a 2-hour workshop for $8. Have a great weekend. Mostly sunny, highs of 91/89 forecasted for Sat. & Sun. Enjoy the gorgeous weather!

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A recommendation for Friday for toddlers… The Effie Yeaw Nature Center has a wonderful, once-monthly nature-themed storytime and this month’s event is Friday at 10:30am. Volunteer docents also lead the kids through a nature-based craft project and introduce the kids to one of their resident animals. What we love about this storytime is the hands-on learning activities in such a beautiful setting. This week, they are reading “Tap the Magic Tree” by Christie Matheson. After storytime, take a winding path through the nature preserve and see what you can find with your “science eyes.” $5 per child, must pre-register. Fri. 10:30am – 11:30am. Effie Yeaw Nature Center. Recommended for ages 3 and 4. Free parking with program registration. More info…

And on Friday afternoon, there’s an awesome Robot Recycler Make and Take at McKinley Library at 3:30pm – 5:30pm. Kids 8 and older can build a solar-powered robot using a Solar Recycler kit provided by SMUD! What an incredible great afterschool activity. Free, but pre-registration is required, one kit per family. More info…

Friday evening is special for star-gazers… Venus will be at its maximum brightness for the year. See its bright, waning crescent through industrial telescopes at the Community Observatory in Placerville, Friday after sunset around 8:30pm. They are open for Sat. & Sun. star-gazing events as well. Always check their calendar for cancellations before leaving…


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2018

Enjoy early morning pancakes at beautiful Carmichael Park. Carmichael celebrates 109 years of community with their annual Carmichael Founders Day. This event features a pancake breakfast, car show, live music, food trucks, games, hands-on activities, and more. Free, cost of purchases. Pancake breakfast $5 for adults, $3 for kids, Sat. 8am – 11:30am. Activities and Kids Zone 10am – 3pm. Carmichael Park. More info…

Get the last summer harvest of big, juicy slicer tomatoes at the American River Ranch Farm Stand. Say goodbye to fresh-picked, super-sweet tomatoes. You’ll also find a bounty of apples, radishes, peppers, corn, eggplant, and garlic. The American River Ranch Farm Stand has fun kids activities, tours, and classes every Saturday through November 17th. Taste and purchase fresh-from-the-field produce and enjoy organic coffee and delicious Magpie Café baked goods. Bike or walk to the ranch, bring your shopping bag, and take a self-guided tour around the farm. Credit card, Cash and EBT accepted. Soil Born Farms is proud to offer bread from Grindstone Bakery. The breads are certified organic made from freshley ground grains and seeds. Authentic sourdough, vegan, GMO-free, sugar-free. Free, with cost of purchases. Sat. 8am – 12:30pm. Soil Born Farms, 2140 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova. More info…

Children’s Clothing and Equipment Sale, hosted by Parents of Multiples Sacramento at Faith Lutheran ChurchFind amazing deals on gently used clothing for babies and children of all ages, maternity wear, equipment, toys, books, and so much more! The sale is from 9:00AM to 1:00PM. Red-tag items are half price starting at noon. It is free to shop and sell at this event. Members and non-members can sell gently used baby/child and maternity Items. Contact Kendra Martinez at pomspresident@gmail.com if interested in selling. Free, cost of purchases. Sat. 9am – 1pm. Faith Lutheran Church, 4000 San Juan Ave., Fair Oaks. 

Deaf Awareness Day at the Sacramento Zoo. Join the Zoo for a special day for the deaf and hard of hearing community sponsored by NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The zoo will have ASL interpreters on site for the event. There are limited facilities for service animals. Please call in advance for service dog information. Free with admission. Sat. 9am – 4pm. Sacramento Zoo. More info…

Pop-Up Adventure Play Day. Join Fairytale Town and Sacramento Adventure Playground for a day of free play and fun at Sacramento Public Library – South Natomas! Children get to create using a variety of ‘loose parts’ and their imagination. Activities may include cardboard forts, mud play, craft projects, paint wall, bubbles, chalk art, and more. All ages are invited. Wear closed-toe shoes and clothes that can get messy. Presented by Sacramento Adventure Playground, Fairytale Town, and Sacramento Public Library. Made possible by City of Sacramento’s Creative Economy Pilot Project. Free. Sat. 10am – 2pm. South Natomas Library. More info… 

SES (School of Engineering and Sciences) Robotics Workshop at Pocket-Greenhaven Library. Join the Mini Robotics Workshop presented by the SES FIRST Robotics Team. The workshop is geared towards youth in 6th to 8th Grade wanting to learn more about robotics. Kids in grades 5th to 9th will be accepted. Participants will meet at the library & walk over to the Robotics Lab at the School of Engineering and Sciences. There the students will break out into groups & will receive hands on training for each area of the robotics workshop including CAD design, soldering, coding & more. At the end of the workshop each student will create a small project to take home. A mini handbook will be provided to each participant. Space is extremely limited (10 students); pre-register to reserve a space. A second, identical, workshop is scheduled for Sat. October 6. Free, pre-registration required. Sat. 10am – 12pm. Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library. More info…

Sensory Storytime @ North Natomas. This inclusive storytime is for children with developmental disabilities such as sensory disorders, autism and Down’s Syndrome. It features songs, stories, and other activities for children with a developmental age of 2 years to 6 years. Behaviors and/or noise are no problem. Siblings are welcome. Meet other parents! Find other library AccessABILITY programs at http://www.meetup.com/AccessABILITY. Free. Sat. 10am – 11am. North Natomas Library. More info…

Take teens to the Right Tree in the Right Place tree-planting workshop. Fall is the best time to get trees into the ground. Trees provide beauty, shade, and oxygen for the planet!  Planting a fruit tree can provide nourishment and picking fun for years to come! Learn how to choose appropriate trees for your landscape, where to plant for maximum enjoyment and usefulness, and when to water. Write a list of all your tree questions and get them answered at this workshop. $6 Roseville residents, $8 non-residents, must pre-register as spots are limited. Sat. 10am – 12pm. For adults and teens 14 & up. Martha Riley Community Library, meeting room 1 & 2. More info…

Beary Special Playdate. Beary Special Playdate is a sensory-friendly program for children with special needs and their families and friends where children can enjoy museum play and light refreshments. Featuring Rhythm & Grooves, a music and movement class for children with special needs, and a special musical guest. Free, RSVP required. Sat. 10am – 12pm. Sacramento Children’s Museum. More info…

District 8 Festival Latino. Festival Latino will feature a celebration of culture with music, dance, and art. Resources and information across the city will be available by many organizations. Youth will have the chance to play basketball and train with Sacramento Junior Kings coaches and play soccer alongside Street Soccer USA staff. A rock wall and jump house will be available to youth. There will be a Small Dog Race event for a chance to win prizes by the Front Street Animal Shelter (must pre-register your doggy). Free rides to and from the event are available by printing or showing the event flyer to SacRT on bus, light rail, or even the new SmaRT on-demand service. Free. Sat. 11am – 4pm. Nielsen Park. More info…

Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day at the California Museum. Museum Day is an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket. Admission for two with the Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day tickets include access to ALL current exhibits including “California at Bat: America’s Pastime in the Golden State” (highly recommended by Sactown Kids), California’s Remarkable Women, Californian Indians: The First People, etc. Enjoy the special presentation “MLB Comes to California” by Andy McCue and Rob Garratt detailing the 1958 arrivals of the Giants and Dodgers from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. Free, must present printed ticket with California Museum selected as your venue. Sat. 10am – 5pm. California Museum. More info…

Autism-Friendly Family Movie: “Sherlock Gnomes.” Join us for a special family movie event for kids with autism and/or sensory disorders. “Typical” toddlers and preschoolers are welcome too. We’ll have healthy snacks, the lights will be slightly up, the sound will be slightly down, and kids don’t need to remain seated while enjoying the movie. There will also be lots of fidget toys. In this funny sequel to “Gnomeo and Juliet”, garden decor starts going missing and Gnomeo and Juliet ask Sherlock Gnomes to take the case. Free. Sat. 10am – 11:45am. Sylvan Oaks Library. More info…

Galls for Fall at Effie Yeaw Nature Center. Highly recommended by Sactown Kids. This nature walk through the nature preserve is lead by a naturalist and focuses on insects who make their nests and homes in plants and trees. You’ll learn about how wasps burrow their eggs in the bark of trees, which cause the tree to react and grow round galls to protect itself. Fascinating stuff. We can’t get enough of the science behind galls! Free, $5 parking. Sat. 10:30am – 12pm. Space is limited, arrive 30mins prior. Effie Yeaw Nature Center. More info…

Hip Hop Storytime. Join Colonial Heights Library for ‘What Is Hip Hop’, a 30-minute, interactive storytime! Kids learn about the rich history of Hip Hop culture, followed by a fun and engaging Hip Hop dance session. Designed for ages 3-5. Siblings are welcome to attend. Free. 10:30am – 11:30am. Colonial Heights Library. More info…

Material Explosion: How to draw to get a 3D Look (art session at Crocker Art Museum). Try a variety of drawing techniques to get a 3-D look. For ages 7-12. Designed for busy schedules, enroll your child in one, two, three, or all sessions. Each Saturday, students will bring an artwork to conclusion, ready to take home. Instructor Josie Parker is a young artist who has been passionate about creating art of all kinds since childhood. She enjoys experimenting and working in mixed media, particularly with colored pencil, marker, acrylic paint, watercolor, and creating three dimensional art of all kinds, from attempts at stone carving to prosthetic makeup. Josie enjoys introducing people to new art forms and techniques, and is eager to share her love for creating with others. $15+. Sat. 10:30am – 12pm. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

Storytime at Barnes & Noble: Princesses Save the World. This week Barnes & Noble reads Princesses Save the World by Savannah Guthrie. Princess Penelope Pineapple is back and ready to save the day! When she receives an SOS from Princess Sabrina, Princess Penny learns that the Kingdom’s bees have disappeared and they need to help. Free. Sat. 11am. Barnes & Noble (Arden Fair, Natomas, Folsom, Roseville, and Citrus Heights). More info…

100 Dads’ March and Rally. Support fathers in Sacramento. The Center for Fathers and Families will host the 100 Dads’ March and Rally at Cesar Chavez Plaza. This event is designed to uplift and encourage fatherhood and give men the energy they need to be great for their children. The Center for Fathers and Families (CFF) is a non-profit agency with a strong history of responding to the needs of fathers and their families by offering programs and services that lead to family growth, enrichment, and empowerment. MelloSmoove Band will perform. Free. 10:30am Cesar Chavez Plaza. Walk starts at 11am. Then grab lunch downtown at a new cafe or restaurant you’ve been dying to try! More info…

Children’s Storytime at Underground Books. Join in on the last Saturday of each month from 12-1pm for Children’s Story time at Underground Books hosted by the River City Road Runners. The free event is catered to children ages 3-10 and includes a book reading and an organized arts and crafts project.  Kids also receive a free book! Parents are welcome to attend and participate with their children. Sat. 12p – 1pm. Underground Books on 35th St. More info…

Take teens to learn about their genealogy at Book a Genealogist. Central Library’s amazing volunteer genealogists are available to assist you with a free, 45-minute session in the Genealogy Center on the 2nd Floor. Appointments are offered on Sundays at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 pm. To make an appointment, register online, call the library at 916-264-2920, or visit a Sacramento Public Library branch in person. Sessions book up fast, so you might need to reserve a spot for next week. 

Around sunset (Sat, 7pm), the sun crosses the celestial equator and makes its journey southward, marking the Autumnal Equinox and the start of fall! Have a fall harvest party and break out the pumpkin pie! 

Global Local Interactive Pop-Up. Enjoy an evening of art, music, and culture on top of the Nordstrom Parking Garage. Global Local is an interactive pop-up concept designed to engage the entire family. The Global Local theme highlights the diversity of Sacramento while linking the “Global Local” community through culturally-based hands-on arts activities, pop-up art exhibition, and live performances. The Sol Art Labs will allow participants, with the support of local artists, to create and explore a variety of unique cultural activities. The Global Print Lab will include printmaking activities from around the world, while the Global Music lab will feature sounds from around the world via digital drum machine stations. Frida’s Studio will bring the famous Mexican painter’s studio to you! Participants will create Frida-inspired masterpieces while feeling like they are in her famous blue house. The Global Local Golden Geo-dome will be turned into a henna lounge. Free. Sat. 5pm – 9pm. Top of Nordstrom Parking Garage in Sacramento. More info…

Shrek Jr. Our Broadway Bound series presents Shrek Jr. performed by talented 6-12 year olds! Once upon a time, in a far away swamp, there lived an ogre named Shrek. One day, Shrek finds his swamp invaded by banished fairytale misfits who have been cast off by Lord Farquaad, a tiny terror with big ambitions. When Shrek sets off with a wisecracking donkey to confront Farquaad, he’s handed a task if he rescues feisty princess Fiona, his swamp will be righted. Shrek tries to win Fionas love and vanquish Lord Farquaad, but a fairytale wouldn’t be complete without a few twists and turns along the way. $10. Sat. 7pm. Consumnes Oaks High School Performing Arts Center. More info…

Ode to Earth IV. Ode to Earth features performing and visual artists who converge on stage to challenge, feed and inspire us. Two acts packed full of talent across styles, from comedy, dance, poetry, live music, and acrobatics, Ode to Earth is a testament to the fact that this movement needs and uses all platforms, talents and passions. The multi-talented April Walker will MC the evening. $5 for kids, $15 advance for adults. Sat. 7pm. VIP reception 6pm. Guild Theater. More info…

Introduce older kids and teens to South Indian music at World Music: South Indian Vocal at Sac State. South Indian Carnatic music featuring Sriranjani Santhanagopalan on vocals with B. Ananthakrishnan on violin and Sai Giridhar on mridangam. Sriranjani Santhanagopalan is one of the most sought after musicians in the Carnatic music field today. She has traveled extensively within India and abroad including almost 25 cities in the United States of America, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Australia, and New Zealand. Sriranjani is an “A” graded artiste of the All India Radio and was awarded the title of “Oustanding Vocalist” by the Madras Music Academy for the 2016-2017 season, after having received the “Best Vocalist” award in 2012, “Best Concert” award in 2013, and “Best Vocalist” in 2014. $8+. Sat. 7pm. Capistrano Concert Hall, Sacramento State. More info…

 

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23RD, 2018

Celebrate autumn by taking a daytrip to Apple Hill. Pick fruit and flowers at a u-pick farm. You can pick flowers at 24 Carrot Farm, apples at Denver Dan’s, apples at Goyette’s North Canyon Ranch, apples, blackberries and pears at Harris Tree Farm, pears, apples & vegetables at Sloan Mountain Orchard, and apples at Goodness Orchards (by appointment). Boeger Winery is open ’til 5pm and features a lovely pond and a beautiful, little pear orchard for sitdown picnics. It’s always a good idea to confirm open hours before heading out. More info…

Pets on the Patio at Pachamama Coffee Co-op. You and your family (four-legged and otherwise) are invited to the last Pets on the Patio event of the summer. Pachamama Coffee Cooperative will be donating 10% of each sale to RedRover. Drop by, enjoy delicious organic, farmer-owned coffee, meet RedRover staff, learn about RedRover’s lifesaving programs, marvel at beautiful dogs, and get your portrait taken! Talented local photographer Bridget Piazza of Piazza Photography will be selling 20-minute photo shoot sessions for you and your pet. For $20, you’ll receive a high-resolution digital portrait of you and your pet, plus the chance to buy additional portraits from your photoshoot. Bridget is generously donating 100% of the proceeds to RedRover. Sun. 9am – 1pm. Pachamama Coffee Cooperative, 919 20th St. More info…

Minefaire, A Minecraft Fan Experience. Minefaire, the Ultimate Minecraft Fan Experience, is coming to Sacramento for two days. Minecraft players and their families unite at Minefaire to meet their favorite YouTube creators, compete in tournaments and build battles, participate in the famed costume contest, witness live stage shows, learn from Official Minecraft Education Global Mentors, shop at the World’s Largest Official Minecraft Merch Store for event exclusives, and more. $49 day pass, $45 afternoon only. Kids 2 & under Free. Sun. 10am – 5pm (Sat. too) Sacramento Convention Center. More info…

California Capital Airshow. The State Capitol region will gather on to honor Mather Airport’s 100 years of service to our nation and communities. Fans will enjoy two days of non-stop action and Airshow excitement headlined by the USAF Thunderbirds along with a spine-tingling lineup of world-class performers including the Canadian Force F-18, US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team, Air Force Heritage Flight featuring the F-35 Lightning, miles of amazing aircraft displays and interactive activities, combined with a spectacular Friday night airshow, including a Wall of Fire, massive fireworks display and a ‘Wonder Bread 5’ concert to make Mather Airport’s 100th Birthday Bash truly unforgettable. Sun. 9am – 5pm, flying performances 11:30am – 3:30pm. Adult $35, includes entry for 4 children (15 & under). Mather Airport. More info…

B-17 Bomber Tour and Ride. One of the most iconic bombers of WWII, the B-17G “Sentimental Journey,” will be on public exhibition at the Mather Airport during the California Capital Airshow. The visiting B-17 is one of only eight airworthy in the world. The classic warbird was restored to authentic condition by Arizona Commemorative Air Force volunteers as part of its flying museum tour programs. Individual $10, Family of Four $20, Fees waived Friday-Sunday with purchase of ticket for California Capital Airshow. Sun. 10am – 1pm. Ages 12+. Mather Airport. More info…

It’s the last weekend to take a Weekend Excursion Train Ride with the California State Railroad Museum. Diesel or steam, excursion train ride guests delight in the sights, smells and sounds of an authentic, historic locomotive as it rolls along the levees of the Sacramento River for a six-mile, 45-minute roundtrip excursion. Appealing to all ages, the experience offers guests the chance to enjoy train travel from an earlier era. The train features a combination of vintage closed coaches with comfortable seats, open-air “gondolas” with bench style seating. Excursion train ride tickets are available to book online in advance or can be purchased in-person starting at 10:30am the day of the train ride (based on availability) at the Central Pacific Railroad Depot ticket office that will be relocated to the Central Pacific Passenger Station (Front and J Streets) in Old Sacramento State Historic Park. Excursion trains depart from the adjacent Central Pacific Railroad Freight Depot on-the-hour from 11am to 4pm on the weekends the trains are running. $12 adults, $6 youths, 5 & under Free. California State Railroad Museum. More info…

Oobleck Weekend at Powerhouse Science Center. Is it a liquid? Is it a solid? Come explore the science behind this polymer with a number of exploration stations that highlight the unique properties of this slippery concoction. Stop by Design Lab to make a sample of your own oobleck to take home and experiment with. Free with admission. Sun. 12pm – 4pm (Sat. too). Powerhouse Science Center. More info…

Sea Otter Awareness Week celebration. Join Effie Yeaw in celebrating otters by highlighting the region’s local species, river otters! Learn about these secretive and playful creatures, how they are alike and different than their ocean cousins, and their vital role in the fresh water ecosystem. Free, $5 parking, donations appreciated. Sun. 1:30pm – 2:30pm. Effie Yeaw Nature Center. More info…

Tearing Walls Apart, an immersive art exhibit at the Mansion Inn. The former Mansion Inn has laid abandoned for half a decade. Before the walls are torn down to make way for the future, it will be transformed by local Sacramento students who will breathe new life into it with their art. From visual art installations in the hotel rooms, to live music, dance and theatrical performances at the outdoor festival, to a communal art piece that will be a centerpiece of the new hotel. The festivities include dance performances by Capitol City Dance Academy, KAST Academy of the Arts, performances by the Grant High School drumline, vocal performances, acting games with the STC School of the Arts, improvisation games with B Street Theatre, performance by the Sacramento Children’s Chorus, and more! An innovative boutique hotel concept. Suggested donation $10. Sun. 12pm – 6pm. Tearing Walls Apart, 700 16th St. 16th St. & H St. More info…

Circus Vargas: Dreaming of Pirates. Death-defying acrobats, daredevils, flying trapeze artists, jugglers, contortionists, clowns, motorcycles and much more. Join this swashbuckling circus spectacular and discover a world of pure circus magic under the Big Top. $15+, Kids 2 & under Free. Sun. 12:30pm – 2:30pm, 3:30pm – 5:30pm (also Fri. & Sat.). Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights. More info…

Chinese Warriors of Peking at Harris Center. Filled with high-intensity martial arts and breath-taking acrobatics, Chinese Warriors of Peking is a new production set during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) that tells the tale of two rival martial arts disciplines competing in the ancient Chinese capital of Peking. Under the direction of Qui Jian, it provides a culturally enriching experience filled with juggling, acrobatics, weapons handling, and live stage combat. Presented in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of The People’s Republic of China. $22+, discount on Sunday showtimes. Sun. 2pm & 7pm. Harris Center for the Arts. More info…

Know a family in need of medical and dental care? Take them to the California CareForce Medical, Dental, and Vision Clinic. California CareForce will return to Cal Expo to provide free medical, dental, and vision services to those in need. All services are provided at no cost with no restrictions on who can receive them. Demand is expected to be high so arrive early. Services available: physical screenings, general exams, dental screenings, dental x-rays, dental cleanings, dental fillings and extractions, eye health exams, vision exams, and custom prescription glasses made on-site! Free. Sun. 6am – 5pm (also on Fri. & Sat.). Cal Expo. More info…

Eat Greek food at the Weekend in Greece Greek Culture and Food Festival in Elk Grove. The Weekend in Greece Greek Culture and Food Festival is an annual fundraiser hosted by the Saint Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Elk Grove.The festival features Greek cuisine, dancing, and the lively, festive atmosphere. Free, cost of purchases. Sun. 11am – 5pm (also Fri. & Sat.). Saint Katherine Greek Orthodox Church. More info…

Comedy Hypnotism for a Cause – Family Friendly Show. Join in for an afternoon of hypnotic comedy laughs. This is a family friendly show with 100% of ticket sales and donations going directly to the American Red Cross. Participation is never required. $10. Sun. 4pm – 5:30pm. Blacktop Comedy. More info…

Take your songbird to “see” the great Maria Callas in concert, thanks to holographic technology at the Mondavi. Generations of opera lovers have only known American soprano Maria Callas from her immortal recordings. Callas in Concert celebrates her enduring power, drama and beauty through a cinematic experience that brings the beloved La Divina back to the stage. The remastered audio features iconic arias from Bellini, Bizet, Verdi and Puccini, all performed with the live accompaniment of the Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera. Be among the first to witness this groundbreaking digital and laser holographic technology and toast the legacy of one of the 20th century’s great artists. Recommended for older kids interested in music and vocal performance. $22.50+. Mondavi Center in Davis. More info…

Take budding dancers to SacDance Theatre – Transcend18. The SacDanceTheatre company offers the valuable opportunity for performers and audiences to experience dance driven live performance works created by professional choreographers in various stages of their choreographic careers. Transcend18 is directed by Lorelei Bayne. $12+. Sun. 2pm. Dancespace, Solano 1010, Sacramento State. More info…

After the weekend…

Take a break from the school week, and walk somewhere with a clearing so you can see the Full Harvest Moon on Monday, around 8pm. This is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox, and it usually rises at least 50 minutes later than usual. 

Calling all Rubik’s cube-lovin’ moms and dads… anyone interested in teaching a Rubik’s solving workshop (in small groups) with Sactown Kids next year for kids? Know anyone who grew up in the 80s? We’re thinking about hosting free science and nature events in the great outdoors in 2019. Contact us at hello@sactownkids.com if you have a specialty you would be willing to share with local kids for free!  

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Happy Adventuring!

xo, sabrina : )

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