This Week: A Colorful Collection of Cultural Activities
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 Classes & Workshops: Relationships & Social Media

Classes & Workshops: Relationships &
Social Media

The Urban Hive
Feb 15
Tues 6:30pm
Love is in the air this Valentine's Day and there is no denying that in this digital age, social media has had significant impact on how we interact with and meet friends, family, colleagues, and significant others. Whether you're digitally savvy or new to the scene, join the Sacramento Social Media Club and panel of local relationship and security experts to learn about the latest trends in social media and relationships as well as the best digital tools to connect with others and protect your privacy.

 Music: Mother Mother
Music: Mother Mother
Harlow's
Feb 16
Wed 8pm
Canadian indie pop/rock band Mother Mother have been busy making plenty of new friends and fans across the UK this summer following the release of their album O My Heart. Their unique sound is best encapsulated on their second album O My Heart with their take on modern pop and rock music.
 
Food & Wine: Beer, Brats, and Beethoven
Food & Wine: Beer, Brats, and Beethoven
The Shack
Feb 17
Thurs 6pm
A true biergarten experience with delicious German food, a tasting of beers--promised to be more among their more obscure finds--and a polka band. Proceeds support the Philharmonic before its Basically Beethoven performance on Feb 19.
 
 Theatre: The Vagina Monologues
Theatre: The Vagina Monologues
Sacramento State - University Union
Feb 17-Feb 19
Thurs-Sat 7pm-9pm
The Vagina Monologues is an episodic play written by Eve Ensler and is made up of monologues read by a number of women. Every monologue relates to the vagina, and a recurring theme throughout the piece is the vagina as a tool of female empowerment and the ultimate embodiment of individuality.
 
Film: MidMo Movie Night: The Magic Christian
Film: MidMo Movie Night:
The Magic Christian

Verge Center for the Arts
Feb 17
Thurs 7:30pm
This month Midtown Monthly & Verge Center for the Arts present a screening of The Magic Christian, starring Peter Sellers and Ringo Starr, and written by Terry Southern, who also wrote the screenplay for Barbarella and Dr. Strangelove. Also: music by Badfinger! Matias Bombal will host the screening.
 
 Kids & Fam: Imagination Movers: In a Big Warehouse
Kids & Fam: Imagination Movers:
In a Big Warehouse

Memorial Auditorium
Feb 18
Fri 7pm
Disney's Emmy Award-winning Imagination Movers bring their national In a Big Warehouse concert tour to Sacramento. In a Big Warehouse is more than the title of the Imagination Movers' new album of smartly crafted children's pop songs. The Warehouse holds the secret to the Movers themselves.
 
 Music: Super Diamond

Music: Super Diamond
Ace of Spades
Feb 18
Fri 8pm
When your parents popped in a Neil Diamond tape on repeat during long interstate road trips, you reluctantly sang along. Never thought you'd turn out to be a Diamond fan now, right? But singing along to "Sweet Caroline" and "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" is so addictive now, you'd do anything to see Neil on stage. A band out of San Francisco can put a rest to that Diamond thirst. Super Diamond delivers a high-octane Diamond tribute show that rocks!

 
 Museums: By Land & By Sea
Museums: Hands on History:
By Land & By Sea

Sutter's Fort
Feb 19
Sat 10am-5pm
Emigrants came to California in one of two ways. "By Land & By Sea" explores the challenges of these journeys. What did emigrants pack for their journey? Is Hardtack edible? Did Captain Sutter use ships on the Sacramento River? Find the answers by helping to pack a wagon or trunk, choosing how to come west, using a nautical compass, and learning from diaries and stories.
  
Kids & Fam: Shakesperiment 2011: A Midsummer Night's Dream: Fairies & Fools!   Kids & Fam: Shakesperiment 2011
Fairytale Town
Feb 19-Feb 27
Sat & Sun Noon & 3pm
The first production of Shakesperiment 2011, a new extension of the Fairytale Town Troupers Program, is a one-act adaptation of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream: Fairies & Fools!, featuring young actors ages 12 to 21. This innovative and original production focuses on the disharmony between the King and Queen of Fairyland and a group of bumbling actors who unwittingly cross their paths. It's a fun and family-friendly romp filled with music, magic, mirth, and mayhem.
 Nightlife: Xoso's
Nightlife: Xoso "Colors" Pub Crawl
Midtown *Starts from Benny's Q St. Bar & Grill
Feb 19
Sat 5:30pm-Midnight
Last year, Xoso's V-Day/Singles Day Pub Crawl was a huge hit, so it's back! Dust off your colored clothes for this year's "Colors" crawl and partake in the Sacramento Nightlife scene. Singles wear one color, couples another, etc.--check the listing for colors & route! There will be drink specials for everyone wearing the designated colors in a distinguishing manner.

 
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