In 1846, Mexican California was in a continuous state of
political unrest and threats from foreign powers were a constant
menace. The English Navy was anxious to have a good seaport on
the Pacific Coast and kept warships in the area; French
emissaries had approached John Sutter for an alliance; United
State President James Polk was espousing the concept of “Manifest
Destiny” and the dream that the U.S. would extend from the
Atlantic to Pacific Oceans.
Sutter's Fort State Historic Park
2701 L Street Sacramento, CA 95816
Join as the California Indian
Museum presents their 36th annual Honored Elders Day. This
event is devoted to honoring the Elders who keep the traditions,
stories, languages, and culture alive for future generations.
Participants include California Native vendors, community service
groups, Indian dancers, and guest speakers. A luncheon will be
served to the Elders; food will be available for purchase for
guests and other attendees. This is a family event.
California State Indian Museum
2618 K Street Sacramento, CA 95816
Foreverland is a 14-piece
tribute to one of the most well-known and beloved entertainers in
the world: Mr. Michael Jackson. With four lead vocalists, four
horns, and a six-piece rhythm section, the band brings songs like
“Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough,” “Beat It,” and “Wanna Be
Startin’ Somethin’” to life, in a way that no other group has
Come on out every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday for a culinary
and historical treat. This food tour will take you on a 3.5 hour
and 2.5 mile long walk to Sacramento’s historic Sutter District
in Midtown and to the place popularly known as the Fab Forties.
This is a great opportunity to try some new foods, meet some new
people and learn a thing or two about the history of these
amazing and unique areas of Sacramento. Tickets can be purchased
online and are priced as follows.