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Visual Art: Power Driven Artists
Dance: Sacramento Ballet's The Nutcracker
|Theatre: A Christmas Carol|
Sacramento Theatre Company
Wed 7pm; Thurs 12:30pm & 7pm; Fri 2pm & 7pm; Sun 2pm
Sacramento Theatre Company's own musical version returns. Charles Dickens' immortal tale of redemption is a heart-warming treat for the whole family. Ages 4 and Up. Please note: the production focuses on the "ghost" aspect of the story and may not be appropriate for younger audiences.
Music: Peace, Peace: Holiday Concert
St. Francis Catholic Church
The Sacramento Master Singers have a Christmas program full of special traditions: a quiet and reflective candlelight processional, sparkling Renaissance and antiphonal motets surrounding the audience, and favorite carols sung in traditional-and sometimes unique-arrangements. As in years past, this program includes both exciting new pieces and traditional heartwarming favorites.
|Film Screening: White Christmas|
Dec 22-Dec 24
Wed & Thurs 7pm; Fri 1pm, 3:45pm, & 7pm
See this holiday classic on the historic screen! After leaving the Army after W.W.II, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis team up to become a top song-and-dance act. Davis plays matchmaker and introduces Wallace to a pair of beautiful sisters (Betty and Judy) who also have a song-and-dance act. A series of romantic mix-ups ensue as the performers try to help the General.
|Music: Dane Drewis & Cuesta Drive|
Marilyn's on K
Dane Drewis' love for music and live performance came to fruition during his time as the front-man for rock/funk band Cuesta Drive. While singing, composing, and playing guitar for the band, Dane wrote and produced three records with Cuesta Drive. The musician takes cues from jazz, pop, soul, R&B, folk, and more.
Holiday Events: Theatre of Lights
|Christmas Eve Events:|
-PJ Party Christmas Eve: Sacramento Zoo, 10am-1:30pm
Celebrate Christmas Eve at the Zoo--you don't have to change out of your pajamas and admission is free!
-Free Admission Day: Fairytale Town, 10am-4pm
Free admission is given as a holiday gift to guests for visiting throughout the year.
-Get Down to the Champion Sound: Capitol Garage, 10pm
Enjoy a Very Capitol Christmas Party at Sacramento's weekly reggae/dub/dancehall night.
|Christmas Day Events:|
-Let Us Do The Cooking: Hoppy Brewing Company, 2pm
In addition to enjoying Christmas Day dinner, bring in a movie stub from that day and exchange it for a pint of Hoppy brew.
-Arden Park Roots: Harlow's, 10pm
Join Sacramento-based reggae/rock/punkband Arden Park Roots for a special Christmas night show!
-K Street Holiday Window Display: Roos-Atkins Building
Stroll down K Street and enjoy the display "Winter in the City," an urban scene set in downtown Sacramento circa 1910.
|Festivals: Kwanzaa Family Festival|
Crocker Art Museum
Celebrated worldwide, Kwanzaa focuses on family, community, creativity, and the cultural traditions found in the African Diaspora. At this museum-wide festival, the Crocker celebrates its new collection of African art with music and dance performances, unique studio art workshops, storytelling, & more.
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