Sacramento August 2019 Community Events

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August 03, 2019
Edward Smith

Sacramento Community Events

They say California begins in Sacramento and after spending a little bit of time here, you’ll understand why. One of the easiest cities to fall in love with, Sacramento was named to be the state capital of California in 1879. And now, nearly 140 years later, the city retains its charm thanks to the thriving art community and revitalized districts. Sacramento is a bonafide travel destination, so be sure to check out the top upcoming things to do here.

Summer Spark (Art Park Celebration)

Date: Saturday, August 10, 2019

Time: 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Location: Miller Regional Park, 2701 Marina View Dr, Sacramento, CA

Admission: $35 – $85 (entire workshop is $350)

This arts-appreciation event will be held at the Miller Park at the town’s waterfront. You can join kindred souls at this curated bike tour that will start at the Wide Open Walls murals painting.

Then you can enjoy the art activations inspired by Burning Man while immersing yourself in a picnic, games, and music under the trees.

Whether you want to come with your family or friends, Summer Spark will be fun for all. From face paint and body paint to cosplay with costumes, this festival is known to bring out the “creative” side in everyone! You are also welcome to bring your own food, however, there will be several food vendors on site.

Don’t forget to see the fire performances that have been scheduled for the evening.

Watch YouTube Video: Invite to Summer Spark. The following video provides a peek at the upcoming Summer Spark celebration.

Nutrition Made Simple (Wellness)

Date: Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: 2820 R St, Sacramento, CA

Admission: $10 – $15

Life can be incredibly stressful and complicated sometimes but your health should never suffer for that. There are a plethora of fad diets and nutrition information available these days and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

Head to the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op Community Learning Center and learn the basics of healthy calorie consumption in this age of information overload. This upcoming class will teach you how to differentiate between “good” and “bad” fats, benefits of carbohydrates, how to maintain a healthy weight, and much more.

This lecture-style class will be taught by Laticia Jackson, a US Air Force veteran and one of the most respected and dynamic personalities in the world of health and fitness. The Olympic fitness expert can teach you a thing or two when it comes to getting into the best shape of your life!

Sacramento Banana Festival

Date: Saturday, August 10 – Sunday, August 11, 2019

Time: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Location: William Land Regional Park, 3800 W Land Park Dr, Sacramento, CA

Admission: $14 – $18

The much-awaited Banana Festival is back! This two-day multicultural bonanza celebrated all the cultures that use banana in their cuisine. This is a family-friendly event that’s held at William Land Park in Sacramento every August.

The festival includes pageants, line dancing, art exhibits, fashion shows, multicultural exhibits, chefs’ challenges, and live entertainment throughout the day.

If you are going with the little ones, they’ll be happy to indulge in kiddie carnival rides and several arts & crafts activities – not to mention all the banana treats!

Learn How To Make Vegan Sushi Rolls

Date: Monday, August 12, 2019

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Location: 2820 R St, Sacramento, CA

Admission: $55 – $65

Raise your hand if you love sushi! This upcoming hands-on workshop at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op Community Learning Center and Cooking School will teach you how to make mouthwatering vegan sushi at home.

Attendees will learn how to cut the best size vegetables and how to make sushi rice and delectable sauces. You’ll also learn how to roll Omotemaki Rolls – one with veggie and avocado filling, and one with cucumber and umeboshi filling.

Want to surprise your vegan beloved with hand-made, fresh sushi rolls? This workshop will teach you how to make different types of vegan sushi rolls with micro-greens, beets, tempeh, and much more.

If you are 21+ years of age, you’ll also get to enjoy a complimentary glass of sake! Konnichiwa!

Sacramento Car Accident Lawyer

I’m Ed Smith,, a Sacramento car accident lawyer. Have you or your loved one suffered serious injuries due to the negligence of someone else? If a car accident, truck accident, faulty product, or even medical negligence has turned your life upside down, I may be able to help.

First of all, you need to understand that if someone else is responsible – completely or even partially – for your accident and subsequent injuries, then the law is on your side. You don’t have to suffer this trauma alone.

From hospital bills and doctor’s visits to medications and rehabilitation, all of these expenses can add up pretty fast. And as I said, the law is on your side.

Feel free to give me a call at (916) 921-6400 or (800) 404-5400. I offer no-obligation, free consultations and I might be able to get you the compensation you deserve.

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