36. Choose some fruits. Patrick’s hill Grown Berry Farm permits site site visitors to pick berries right from the vine through the summer time. While having to pay for your pickin’s into the store that is small be sure to taste-test some do-it-yourself jam. We’re certain you’ll be buying a container or two to get hold of. (530) 647-2833; www. Patricksmtngrown.
37. Go on campus—without the strain to be students. Almost a century old, UC Davis’ Picnic is a Davis community favorite packed with entertainment, activities, exhibits and more day. In addition, world-renowned performers grace the phases at UC Davis’ Mondavi Center and Folsom Lake College’s Three Stages. And don’t bypass student-performed theater, music and art programs at our two universities and five JCs: Sacramento State (916-278-4323, www. Csus.edu), Cosumnes River College (916-691-7344; www. Crc. Losrios.edu), Sacramento City University (916-558-2111; www. Scc. Losrios.edu), United states River University (916-484-8011; www. Arc. Losrios.edu), Sierra University (916-624-3333; www. Sierracollege.edu) therefore the aforementioned UC Davis (530-752-1011; ucdavis.edu) and Folsom Lake College (916-608-6500; www. Flc. Losrios.edu)
38. Behold the Sacramento Ballet. Whether you attend the yearly manufacturing of The Nutcracker, the greater casual alcohol and Ballet fundraiser or one of the company’s other productions, each day or evening invested at a Sacramento Ballet performance may have you dreaming of pirouettes long shortly after. (916) 552-5800; www. Sacballet.org
39. Spend an evening (or time) in the theater. Our area is rich with wonderful regional theaters providing productions for each and every age and interest. To call simply a really few: in Sacramento, Sacramento Theatre Company (916-443-6722; www. Sactheatre.org), Buck Busfield’s (sibling of Tim) B Street Theatre (916-443-5300; www. Continue reading