Old City Cemetery 1000 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 916-448-0811 Dating back to 1949, the Sacramento City Cemetery has been the resting place for many of the city’s residents.
But, according to urban legend, the cemetery has some lingering spirits that have made their home at the cemetery, and one of the best ways to experience the unknown is to head there at nightfall.
Don't forget to don your best anti-cupid garb for a chance to win gift cards in a costume contest.
The evening begins at Cornerstone Café & Bar and will make its way to hotspots like Buckhorn Grill, Broderick, Saddle Rock and Capitol Garage for happy hour small plates and drink specials.
11-12 Clarksburg’s Old Sugar Mill will provide a smorgasbord of perfect pairings at this annual gala for gourmands and sweethearts.
The Crocker has even created a special Spotify playlist to pump you up for the prom night party.
to a ’90s prom-themed soirée, here are 11 swoon-worthy events that will set your hearts aflutter (and one for the anti-V-Day crowd). 18 Just in time for Valentine's Day, EMH Productions stages the Sacramento premiere of Laura Eason’s witty, adults-only play, which debuted at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company in 2009 and has been described by as “an uncommonly satisfying two-person dramedy about relationships in the i Age.” Ethan is a 28-year-old blogger who has found success chronicling his myriad sexual encounters online; Olivia is a 40-ish teacher whose novel suffered at the hands of critics, leading her to shy away from the literary world.
Upon meeting, they realize an attraction, as well as the potential for mutual gain, but the relationship turns ugly when ambition leads to mistrust.
11 Dig those chunky heels, glitter body sprays and Nehru jacketed tuxedos out of the attic for this ’90s-themed prom party at the Crocker Art Museum, where drinks will be flowing and couples can dance arms-length apart or cheek-to-cheek. 14 Tower Theatre is honoring director Michael Curtiz with a showing his 1942 Academy Award-winning classic , in celebration of the iconic film's 75th anniversary. Sip and savor complimentary sparkling wine and chocolates while you immerse yourself in the season’s pink, red and white hues and get acquainted with the works of Jay Jay’s newest art pieces: the patchwork of stretched canvas paintings reminiscent of kaleidoscopes by local abstract artist Rick Siggins and the travel-inspired, multi-layered, mixed media oeuvres of Bay Area artist Mark Eanes. 18 The Queen of Dating, a local business that offers coaching to Sacramento singles and dating couples, will host this third annual night on the town geared toward bucking up the post-Valentine's Day spirits of cynical singles, with stops at seven downtown and midtown bars and restaurants. 18 Let the music do the talking at the Folsom Lake Symphony’s premiere of this swoon-worthy concert at the Harris Center in Folsom, which will feature three masterful compositions: Dmitri Shostakovich’s (featuring guest soloist and violinist Jessica Linnebach, who has performed with the likes of Yo-Yo Ma and Gary Graffman.