This Week: Single or Spoken-for, Sacramento has Love in the Air
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 Theatre: The 39 Steps

Theatre: The 39 Steps
B Street Theatre
Ongoing-Feb 20
Tues 6:30pm; Wed 2pm & 6:30pm; Thurs & Fri 8pm;
Sat 5pm & 9pm; Sun 2pm
Sometimes the best comedy comes from being dead serious. We learned from Monty Python that no matter how silly those fellows were in word or action they seldom cracked a smile. That is a fundamental reason why The 39 Steps, based on the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock, is a raucously funny evening in the theatre. Laughter is inevitable. Make it a Valentine's date at the special Sunday evening performance, benefiting RAFT.

 Nightlife: Art Mix: Love and Lust
Nightlife: Art Mix: Love & Lust
Crocker Art Museum
Feb 10
Thurs 5pm-9pm
Celebrate all that's hot in February. Write love letters and poems with the Sacramento Poetry Center, take the "couples in the collection" tour, hear from a panel of local artists about what "turns them on," take in a performance from the Sacramento Sizzling Sirens Burlesque Experience, and enjoy all night beats from DJ Mike Colossal. Free with Museum admission.
Poetry & Lit: You Are Beautiful Night
Poetry & Lit: You Are Beautiful Night
Upper Level VIP Lounge
Feb 10
Thurs 8pm-11pm
You Are Beautiful is a night full of poems, stories, and songs to make a woman feel good! Let us celebrate your beauty and reiterate how beautiful you are. Featuring comedian Trissy Tris, poets Jason Banks, Rob Anthony, Terry Moore, Daniel Blake, and singers T.D. Trice, Gerry Simpson, and more. Enjoy poetry, snacks, and a special dedication to single mothers.
 Dance: Romeo & Juliet
Dance: Romeo & Juliet
Community Center Theater
Feb 10-Feb 13
Thurs-Sat 7:30pm; Sun 2pm
Powerful and passionate, Ron Cunningham's telling of "the world's greatest love story burns with incandescent brilliance. Dazzling pageantry, sumptuous scenery, luxurious costumes, magnificent dancing, and glorious music join in compelling drama and searing emotion. Enhance your enjoyment of the performance by joining Ron Cunningham 45 minutes prior to curtain for an informal and entertaining inside view of the show.
Special Events: Sacramento Autorama
Special Events: Sacramento Autorama
Cal Expo
Feb 11-Feb 13
Fri Noon-9pm; Sat 10am-9pm; Sun 10am-7pm
The Sacramento Autorama is "The Kustom Capital of the World" and boasts being home to one of longest running indoor car shows in the world. The Autorama is recognized as the premiere custom car show on the West Coast. The Show features over 450 of the finest custom cars, hot rods, classics, motorcycles, and specialty vehicles from around the county.
 Festivals: Chinese New Year Celebration
Festivals: Chinese New Year Celebration
Sacramento State University Union
Feb 12
Sat Noon-11pm
Come celebrate the Year of the Rabbit at the Chinese New Year Celebration. There will be exciting cultural entertainment activities for you and your family. Enjoy Lion Dance and Martial Arts, music, singing, and dance performances, vendor booths, children's games, and ballroom dancing.
 Visual Arts: 2nd Saturday Receptions

2nd Saturday Receptions:
-New Light: Old City Gallery, 5:30pm-10pm
Enjoy new oil paintings by resident artist, Kristin Hartman, live music, refreshments, and free parking.
-Made in America: Evolve The Gallery, 6pm-9pm
This show is the largest Black Fine Art exhibition in Sacramento.
-Greatest Hits Farewell Show: Bows & Arrows, 6pm-9pm
Over 20 local artists help celebrate Bows & Arrows upcoming move at this farewell show to their L street location. There will also be a huge sale-50% off all clothing!

 Music: Sugar & Gold
Music: Sugar & Gold
Blue Lamp Lounge
Feb 12
Sat 9pm
Hedonism in hard times, decadence and decay-indie dance mainstays Sugar & Gold embrace it all. Putting your best face forward, celebrating your problems, and dancing troubles away: these are the mantras of S&G. Shaking off comparisons to the likes of Prince, MGMT, Hot Chip, and Ssion, Sugar & Gold have created a form of danceable pop that is uniquely their own. They will be accompanied by opening band Yip Deceiver.
Kids & Fam: I Heart the Sacramento Zoo Day   Kids & Fam: I Heart the Sacramento Zoo Day
Sacramento Zoo
Feb 13
Sun 9am-4pm
Bring your valentine to this special day organized by the Sacramento Zoo Teen volunteers. The event features valentine-themed animal enrichments, informative talks, and activity tables. Some of the scheduled enrichments will include scented valentine cards for the lemurs and a special piñata celebrating Val-lynn-tine, the giraffe's sweet 16th birthday.
 Music: Blues-a-Rama
Music: Blues-a-Rama
Sacramento Horsemen's Club
Feb 13
Sun 2pm
An afternoon blues concert featuring Rick Estrin and the Nightcats. Rick Estrin ranks among the very best harp players, singers and songwriters in the blues world today. Also performing are Chris Cain, Alvon, Ron Thompson, and Ray Bailey. The Sacramento Horsemen's Club, part Texas road house, part Mississippi juke joint, offers "down home" food and a full bar. News

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February's Featured Artist
-Learn about Sacramento metal artist Terrence Martin's design, inspiration, process, and more in this month's Featured Local Artist profile. You may have seen his work around town and not even known it: he has pieces at Mikuni, Nugget Markets, the Sacramento Zoo, and many others. Check him out!

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