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By the way, admission is $7 for adults, $1 for children 5 to 11 and free for children younger than 5. Check the website for tours and programs taking place at the center. While paying for your pickin’s in the small store, be sure to taste-test some homemade jam.We’re sure you’ll be buying a jar or two to take home. Go on campus—without the stress of being a student.50 Things To Do in the Sacramento Region by Elena M. This Thanksgiving Day tradition attracts some 25,000-plus people who come out to run or walk 3.1 or 6.2 miles in support of the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. Who knew we had two zoos in the Sacramento area, but we do! You can’t call yourself a Sacramentan until you have participated in at least one Run To Feed the Hungry.The Capitol is located on 10th Street between L and N streets, downtown Sacramento. On any given day, but particularly weekends, you’ll find cyclists, runners and walkers of all ages, sizes and abilities somewhere along its 32 miles. Sacramento has not one but two rivers surrounding it: the Sacramento and the American rivers. The museum has been around since 1885 but underwent a major expansion—unveiled Oct.During the week, bike commuters take to the trail, which starts at Discovery Park in Old Sacramento and ends at Beals Point at the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area in the city of Folsom. On a (warm) day, you’re likely to see boaters, water skiers, kayakers, fishermen and fisherwomen, and others out enjoying the waters. 10, 2010, its 125 anniversary—which more than tripled its size. With our mild weather, golfers can enjoy hitting balls just about year-round. The driving range at Haggin Oaks is open practically 24/7 hours May through September. Picture it: A scorching 100-degree day, but you don’t mind because you are slippin’ and a slidin’ down the Dragon’s Den tube slide at Raging Waters ( or The Vortex at Roseville Golfland Sun Splash ( OK, we might not have the East Coast’s colder winter climate, but that doesn’t mean you can’t ice skate outdoors in the cooler months. Attend the annual Festival de la Familia at Cal Expo in April, a celebration of nearly two dozen Latin cultures, and enjoy a day filled with music, dance, food and more.The place is hopping from Labor Day Weekend through Christmas Eve. View Japanese exhibits and demonstrations such as flower arranging (Ikebana), classical dancing (Odori), a tea ceremony, Taiko drum concerts and (need we mention? But baseball aside, with entertainment throughout the game, various “theme” nights and a lovable mascot named Dinger, you can’t go wrong with a day at this ballpark. Ride the “Screamer” at Scandia Family Fun Center—and try not to scream. 5070 Hillsdale Blvd., off Interstate 80 near Madison Avenue , Sacramento; (916) 331-5757; Tour a mansion or two—and while you’re at it, a fort.

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By the way, admission is $7 for adults, $1 for children 5 to 11 and free for children younger than 5. Check the website for tours and programs taking place at the center. While paying for your pickin’s in the small store, be sure to taste-test some homemade jam.

We’re sure you’ll be buying a jar or two to take home. Go on campus—without the stress of being a student.

50 Things To Do in the Sacramento Region by Elena M. This Thanksgiving Day tradition attracts some 25,000-plus people who come out to run or walk 3.1 or 6.2 miles in support of the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. Who knew we had two zoos in the Sacramento area, but we do!

You can’t call yourself a Sacramentan until you have participated in at least one Run To Feed the Hungry.

The Capitol is located on 10th Street between L and N streets, downtown Sacramento. On any given day, but particularly weekends, you’ll find cyclists, runners and walkers of all ages, sizes and abilities somewhere along its 32 miles. Sacramento has not one but two rivers surrounding it: the Sacramento and the American rivers. The museum has been around since 1885 but underwent a major expansion—unveiled Oct.

During the week, bike commuters take to the trail, which starts at Discovery Park in Old Sacramento and ends at Beals Point at the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area in the city of Folsom. On a (warm) day, you’re likely to see boaters, water skiers, kayakers, fishermen and fisherwomen, and others out enjoying the waters. 10, 2010, its 125 anniversary—which more than tripled its size. With our mild weather, golfers can enjoy hitting balls just about year-round. The driving range at Haggin Oaks is open practically 24/7 hours May through September. Picture it: A scorching 100-degree day, but you don’t mind because you are slippin’ and a slidin’ down the Dragon’s Den tube slide at Raging Waters ( or The Vortex at Roseville Golfland Sun Splash ( OK, we might not have the East Coast’s colder winter climate, but that doesn’t mean you can’t ice skate outdoors in the cooler months. Attend the annual Festival de la Familia at Cal Expo in April, a celebration of nearly two dozen Latin cultures, and enjoy a day filled with music, dance, food and more.

The place is hopping from Labor Day Weekend through Christmas Eve. View Japanese exhibits and demonstrations such as flower arranging (Ikebana), classical dancing (Odori), a tea ceremony, Taiko drum concerts and (need we mention? But baseball aside, with entertainment throughout the game, various “theme” nights and a lovable mascot named Dinger, you can’t go wrong with a day at this ballpark. Ride the “Screamer” at Scandia Family Fun Center—and try not to scream. 5070 Hillsdale Blvd., off Interstate 80 near Madison Avenue , Sacramento; (916) 331-5757;

for children 5 to 11 and free for children younger than 5. Check the website for tours and programs taking place at the center. While paying for your pickin’s in the small store, be sure to taste-test some homemade jam.We’re sure you’ll be buying a jar or two to take home. Go on campus—without the stress of being a student.50 Things To Do in the Sacramento Region by Elena M. This Thanksgiving Day tradition attracts some 25,000-plus people who come out to run or walk 3.1 or 6.2 miles in support of the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. Who knew we had two zoos in the Sacramento area, but we do! You can’t call yourself a Sacramentan until you have participated in at least one Run To Feed the Hungry.The Capitol is located on 10th Street between L and N streets, downtown Sacramento. On any given day, but particularly weekends, you’ll find cyclists, runners and walkers of all ages, sizes and abilities somewhere along its 32 miles. Sacramento has not one but two rivers surrounding it: the Sacramento and the American rivers. The museum has been around since 1885 but underwent a major expansion—unveiled Oct.During the week, bike commuters take to the trail, which starts at Discovery Park in Old Sacramento and ends at Beals Point at the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area in the city of Folsom. On a (warm) day, you’re likely to see boaters, water skiers, kayakers, fishermen and fisherwomen, and others out enjoying the waters. 10, 2010, its 125 anniversary—which more than tripled its size. With our mild weather, golfers can enjoy hitting balls just about year-round. The driving range at Haggin Oaks is open practically 24/7 hours May through September. Picture it: A scorching 100-degree day, but you don’t mind because you are slippin’ and a slidin’ down the Dragon’s Den tube slide at Raging Waters ( or The Vortex at Roseville Golfland Sun Splash ( OK, we might not have the East Coast’s colder winter climate, but that doesn’t mean you can’t ice skate outdoors in the cooler months. Attend the annual Festival de la Familia at Cal Expo in April, a celebration of nearly two dozen Latin cultures, and enjoy a day filled with music, dance, food and more.The place is hopping from Labor Day Weekend through Christmas Eve. View Japanese exhibits and demonstrations such as flower arranging (Ikebana), classical dancing (Odori), a tea ceremony, Taiko drum concerts and (need we mention? But baseball aside, with entertainment throughout the game, various “theme” nights and a lovable mascot named Dinger, you can’t go wrong with a day at this ballpark. Ride the “Screamer” at Scandia Family Fun Center—and try not to scream. 5070 Hillsdale Blvd., off Interstate 80 near Madison Avenue , Sacramento; (916) 331-5757; Tour a mansion or two—and while you’re at it, a fort.

Ah, we can feel the serenity now just thinking of this tranquil garden located in the UC Davis Arboretum. World Peace Rose Garden, State Capitol Park, between 10th and 15th streets and L and N streets, Sacramento; (916) 381-5433. Whether you are looking for a float trip suitable for the whole family or an adrenaline-filled-glad-I’m-in-the-water-because-I-might-pee-my-pants thrilling trip, there’s a portion of the American River (as well as other, nearby rivers) for every type of river rafter. No offense to big box stores and chain restaurants. But we also fully support showing the love to the mom & pops that keep this city alive and vibrant.A few options: • Alamar Restaurant & Marina, 5999 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 922-0200; Chevys Fresh Mex, 1369 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 649-0390; Crawdad’s River Cantina, 1375 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 929-2268; Joe’s Crab Shack, 1210 Front St., Old Sacramento; (916) 553-4249; Rio City Cafe, 1110 Front St., Old Sacramento; (916) 442-8226; Scott’s Seafood on the River, 4350 Riverside Blvd., Sacramento; (916) 379-5959; The Virgin Sturgeon, 1577 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 921-2694 32. In Land Park, check out Optimum Health (3220 Riverside Blvd., Sacramento; 916-443-6795; where owner Nancy Yilk and staff will direct you to a supplement to aid what ails you (and tell ya when seeing a doc is the thing to do) and, in the Arden Arcade area, cruise into the Dimple Vinyl Store (a small store located to the side of the Dimple Records building), where helpful staff will assist you in finding that LP (or 45) you’ve been looking for (2433 Arden Way, Sacramento; 916-239-3760; Pack some lawn chairs, some blankets (for when the famous Delta breeze kicks in) and some snacks and head to the West Wind Sacramento 6 Drive-In (9161 Oates Drive, Sacramento; 916-363-6572; Located within the American River Parkway, the Effie Yeaw Nature Center houses exhibits, information, live animals and a book, and gift store.But be sure to buy a tub of popcorn or an ice cream novelty if for no other reason than to check out the retro snack bar and restrooms. Outside, three self-guided trails allow you to explore the area. Patrick’s Mountain Grown Berry Farm allows visitors to pick berries straight from the vine during the summer.In addition to housing world-class art, the museum also hosts lectures, films, concerts and more. For a list of area golf courses—and links to their websites—click here. Both parks have wave pools and more kick-back “current” pools as well as other attractions. The Westfield Downtown Plaza Ice Rink opens the first Friday in November at St. The annual Pacific Rim Street Fest in Old Sacramento happens in May, with dance performances, music, cultural presentations, and crafts and foods representing more than 15 Asian and Pacific Island cultures.Rose of Lima Park and stays open through Martin Luther King Jr. Everybody’s Italian at the annual Festa Italiana, put on by the Italian Cultural Society every August.

Ah, we can feel the serenity now just thinking of this tranquil garden located in the UC Davis Arboretum. World Peace Rose Garden, State Capitol Park, between 10th and 15th streets and L and N streets, Sacramento; (916) 381-5433. Whether you are looking for a float trip suitable for the whole family or an adrenaline-filled-glad-I’m-in-the-water-because-I-might-pee-my-pants thrilling trip, there’s a portion of the American River (as well as other, nearby rivers) for every type of river rafter. No offense to big box stores and chain restaurants. But we also fully support showing the love to the mom & pops that keep this city alive and vibrant.

A few options: • Alamar Restaurant & Marina, 5999 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 922-0200; Chevys Fresh Mex, 1369 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 649-0390; Crawdad’s River Cantina, 1375 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 929-2268; Joe’s Crab Shack, 1210 Front St., Old Sacramento; (916) 553-4249; Rio City Cafe, 1110 Front St., Old Sacramento; (916) 442-8226; Scott’s Seafood on the River, 4350 Riverside Blvd., Sacramento; (916) 379-5959; The Virgin Sturgeon, 1577 Garden Highway, Sacramento; (916) 921-2694 32. In Land Park, check out Optimum Health (3220 Riverside Blvd., Sacramento; 916-443-6795; where owner Nancy Yilk and staff will direct you to a supplement to aid what ails you (and tell ya when seeing a doc is the thing to do) and, in the Arden Arcade area, cruise into the Dimple Vinyl Store (a small store located to the side of the Dimple Records building), where helpful staff will assist you in finding that LP (or 45) you’ve been looking for (2433 Arden Way, Sacramento; 916-239-3760; Pack some lawn chairs, some blankets (for when the famous Delta breeze kicks in) and some snacks and head to the West Wind Sacramento 6 Drive-In (9161 Oates Drive, Sacramento; 916-363-6572; Located within the American River Parkway, the Effie Yeaw Nature Center houses exhibits, information, live animals and a book, and gift store.

But be sure to buy a tub of popcorn or an ice cream novelty if for no other reason than to check out the retro snack bar and restrooms. Outside, three self-guided trails allow you to explore the area. Patrick’s Mountain Grown Berry Farm allows visitors to pick berries straight from the vine during the summer.

In addition to housing world-class art, the museum also hosts lectures, films, concerts and more. For a list of area golf courses—and links to their websites—click here. Both parks have wave pools and more kick-back “current” pools as well as other attractions. The Westfield Downtown Plaza Ice Rink opens the first Friday in November at St. The annual Pacific Rim Street Fest in Old Sacramento happens in May, with dance performances, music, cultural presentations, and crafts and foods representing more than 15 Asian and Pacific Island cultures.

Rose of Lima Park and stays open through Martin Luther King Jr. Everybody’s Italian at the annual Festa Italiana, put on by the Italian Cultural Society every August.

The Leland Stanford Museum, the Governor’s Mansion and Sutter’s Fort offer a wealth of history about the area.