This Week: Seek & You Shall Find...Fun!

In search of something to do this week in Sacramento? Why not discover new businesses and fun events along the grid during Yelp's Scavenge Sacramento, an epic 10-day scavenger hunt sponsored by You can also get in the holiday spirit by donating delicious Butterballs to those in need at the Sacramento Food Bank's Turkey Drive, catching a sneak peak of the Sacramento Ballet's upcoming Nutcracker performance, or by perusing beautifully decorated Christmas trees at the Birth Connection's Festival of Trees fundraiser.

Check out these and other events you can attend below:

1. Special Events: Yelp's Scavenge Sacramento, Various locations, Nov 18-27
Follow head-scratching clues to events & businesses throughout the grid and score big during this epic scavenger hunt sponsored by!

2. Night Life: Reggie Steele, Punch Line Comedy Club, Nov 20
For one night, the Bay Area comic will bring his quick wit & hilarious tales to Sacramento.

3. Food/Wine: A Port & Dessert Affair, Antiquite Maison Privee, Nov 21
Sacramento Juneteenth & the Black Chefs Collaborative present this special fete celebrating the area's best chefs, port wines & delectable desserts.

4. Music: Mary Youngblood, Crocker Art Museum, Nov 21
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, the two-time Grammy Award winner will perform her famed flute music at the Crocker.

5. Special Events: Turkey Drive, Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, Nov 22
Donate a turkey to help feed local families during this annual food drive.

6. Festivals: Sacramento Harvest Festival, Cal Expo, Nov 22-Nov 24
Shop hundreds of booths filled with handmade arts, crafts & specialty foods.

7. Museums: Native American Film Screenings, State Indian Museum, Nov 23
Informative, contemporary & controversial Native films will be shown throughout the day.

8. Dance: Nutcracker Preview, Clunie Community Center, Nov 23
The Sacramento Ballet invites the public to a free preview of the holiday classic.

9. Art/Film: Thomas Dolby: The Invisible Lighthouse, Crest Theatre, Nov 23
This multimedia performance connects picture, live narration & music to tell the story of an aging lighthouse.

10. Festivals: Festival of Trees, California Auto Museum, Nov 24
View beautifully decorated trees while craft shopping & sampling mouth-watering hor d'oeuvres.

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