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Film: Bicycle Film Festival (BFF)
Crocker Art Museum, Hot Italian, & Fremont Park
May 12-May 14
Thurs 5pm-9pm; Fri 6pm-10:30pm; 2nd Sat 4pm-10:30pm

The BFF brings together many creative communities, including fashion, music, and art as well as various bicycling communities-including fixed gear, BMX, and road cycling-over a shared passion for bike riding. The Festival returns to in honor of May is Bike Month



Music: In the Flow 4 Festival
Various Sacramento Locations
May 12-May 16
Thurs 8pm; Fri 6pm & 9pm; Sat Noon-4pm & 11am-11pm; Sun Noon-3pm, 1pm-3pm, & 2pm-10pm; Mon 6pm

The 2011 In The Flow 4 Festival is a five day, multiple-venue, improvisational jazz/electronic/blues/world/poetry/art festival in the heart of Sacramento, including many nationally known West Coast-based artists. 
  Food & Wine: 5th Annual Raley Field Brewfest
Raley Field
May 13
Fri 7pm *VIP Entrance 6pm

Enjoy a variety of handcrafted microbrews from more than 30 Northern California breweries at the 5th Annual Raley Field Brewfest. Enjoy great beer and live music along the Raley Field concourse, which lends a great view of downtown Sacramento.

Dance: Sacramento Ballet's Modern Masters
St. Francis Arts Complex
May 13-May 15
Fri & Sat 7:30pm; Sun 2pm

Experience the intrepid exploration of bold new voices in American dance. The brightest rising stars of cutting edge creativity stage provocative works of daring imagination.

  Theatre: Antigone by Jean Anouilh
California Stage Theatre
Ongoing-May 28
Fri & Sat 8pm

Seen through the prism of our current time, KOLT Run Creations production of Anouilh's Antigone (based on Sophocles' classic) raises a crucial question-when the towers of society, politics, & finance are crumbling around us, do we fight for what works even if that's wrong or do we fight for what's right even if that means our end?
  Music: One for the Road
First United Methodist Church (Sac)
& Davis Community Church
May 13-May 15
Sac: Fri & Sat 8pm; Davis: Sun 4pm

The men of the Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus have put together a very fun show with lots of familiar songs about traveling, destinations, and the call of the open road.

Sports & Rec: Fight for Air Walk
Howe Park
May 14
Registration 8:45am; Walk 9:45am; Vendor/Fair 9am-Noon

With a 3-mile walk, food, music, kid's events, and the Fight For Air Fair with vendors and educational booths for participants, there are plenty of Sacramento outdoor activities. Learn what the American Lung Association (ALA) is doing to impact lung health in our community! 


Music: Sactopalooza Spring Party
Raley Field
May 14
Sat 4pm-11pm

This musical paradise of Sacramento Nightlife includes rides and amusements, great food and drink, laser light shows, fireworks, and more, making for one incredible night you won't want to miss! Presented by Active 20-30, 100% of proceeds benefit local children's charities. Sac365 users get a discount! 

  2nd Saturday Activities:
-Plein Air Day: California State Indian Museum, 10am-5pm
Artists come together to spend the day painting the beautiful landscape and historic buildings in the park
-Double Safari & Others: Sac Temp Contemp, 6pm-8pm
Check out art by Ellen Van Fleet, Peter Stegall, David King, Melani McKim, and group exhibit.
-The Color of Rhythm & Flowers & Water: JayJay, 6pm-9pm
New paintings by Sacramento artist Mark Emerson and photographic images by Penny Olson.

  Dance: Corazón de México:
Compañía Mazatlán: Bellas Artes

Three Stages Performing Arts Center
May 15
Sun 3pm

Under the artistic direction of Steven Valencia, 35 exceptional dancers, mariachis, and other musicians present a lively and passionate rendition of Mexican culture, both past and present. News

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Browsing just got better on Sac365
-We have new sub-categories on the site! The "Visual Art & Film" category now includes sub-categories of "2nd Saturday," "Art Shows," and "Film Events" and the "Festivals" category now breaks down into "Film Festivals," "Cultural," and "Local Marketplace." What does this mean for you? It's easier to refine your search and narrow down listings to what you really want to see. Give it a go, and peruse away!

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