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The Truckee Tahoe AirFair and Family Festival, featuring vintage planes and aerobatic performances, takes place at the Truckee Tahoe Airport. Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger, the pilot who landed a stricken airliner safely in the Hudson River in 2009,
The For the People Festival, presented by the Lady Salamanders Street Soccer team, will feature a street soccer tournament with an inflatable soccer field, live music and art demos in the Mansion Flats neighborhood of Sacramento.
New camels at the Oakland Zoo The Oakland Zoo is welcoming two new four-legged guests. The Arabian camels a male named Bahir (which means "dazzling," according to the zoo) and a female called Zahara ("shining, exquisite flower") came from Gladys
More than 200 felines will be on display at the Cat Fanciers Association's All Breed Cat Show at the McClellan Convention Center. A portion of the proceeds will go to River City Cat Rescue, which will have a display at the show, including cats for
The seventh annual Art Studio Trek will be an open studio tour featuring an "Art and Chocolate" theme. Twenty-one artists in the Rocklin, Granite Bay and Roseville areas will open their studios, demonstrate art techniques and offer their artwork for
Cornejo's art investigates the relationship between people and the architectural environment they inhabit. His projects call attention both to social injustices and the possibility of their amelioration. Bower School of Music and a gallery talk
Las Posadas, the annual celebration of Mary and Joseph's search for lodging, will be celebrated with a variety of public and community events. The annual commemoration of events leading up to the birth of Jesus typically begins Dec...This year, the
Fiesta en la Calle is a concert series featuring the best of different genres of Latin music. Tonight showcases a variety of artists from country Latin music to a Latin DJ. Where: Cesar Chavez Plaza, 910 I St., Sacramento When: 4-9 p.m.
It's a dog's day at Pet-a-Palooza at Rusch Park in Citrus Heights. Bring your dogs (must be on leashes) and listen to live music by Kris Allen and Ryan Star. Also on tap: animal exhibitors and exhibitions, including demonstrations from the Citrus
Oleander, the Sacramento band named after a poisonous flower, headlines tonight's summer show. The post-grunge band, which had its highs in the late 1990s, finds new success with its single "Fight," featured on the "WWE 12" game.