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By on March 19, 2014

Wine Tasting

Davis Dean Cellars
EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY IN MARCH

Davis Dean Cellars is making their mark in Lincoln and invites you to join them in their brand new tasting room for a little wine and a little company. Meet the winemaker, enjoy sips of their handcrafted wines, and if the moment is right, buy a bottle and bring it home. Drop by between 11a.m. and 5p.m. or visit davisdeancellars.com for more information.


Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

Fairytale Town
SUNDAY, MARCH 2

Perfect for a Sunday outing with the family, Fairytale Town is hosting a birthday celebration for the beloved Dr. Seuss. Held from 11a.m. to 3p.m., kids can enjoy Seuss-themed activities and crafts, plus an ongoing read-aloud of Seuss’ books at the Mother Goose stage. The event is free with paid park admission, which is $5.50 on weekends for adults and children 2 years and up (1 year and under are free). Learn more at www.fairytaletown.orgor call (916) 808-7462.


Capitol Beer Fest

Capitol Mall
SUNDAY, MARCH 9

Bringing the 5th Annual Sacramento Beer Week to a close, Capitol Beer Fest on March 9 is the celebration of local breweries, craft beers, and the people who love each. Held this year at the downtown Capitol Mall, the fest will host over 100 breweries with over 300 beer varieties. Every Sacramento brewery will be represented, as well as the 12+ food trucks who make their rounds throughout Sacramento’s streets. General admission is $40 and VIP admission is $65, which allows access an hour before the event begins and provides some personal time with the breweries. Additionally, 100% of the proceeds benefit the Runnin’ for Rhett Youth Fitness Program. Go online at www.sacramentobeerfest.com for more information or capitolbeerfest.com to purchase tickets. The event begins at 1p.m. and goes until 5p.m.


Fahrenheit 451

Three Stages at Folsom
MONDAY, MARCH 10 AND TUESDAY, MARCH 11

Aquila Theater Production presents Fahrenheit 451, a modern retelling of Ray Bradbury’s “visionary parable of a society gone awry.” An endlessly discussed and debated novel of the twentieth century, it highlights themes of censorship, problems of technology on society, and the various ways knowledge is gained. Aquila Theater is known for “creating innovative productions of great works of literature,” and the New York Times verifies that Fahrenheit 451 won’t disappoint. There are two showings, each at 7:30p.m., on March 10 and 11. Tickets are $21-45, and students with an ID pay $12. Go online at www.harriscenter.net or call (916) 608-6888 for more information.


18th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Old Sacramento 
SATURDAY, MARCH 15

Wear your green, hide your coins, and get ready for a (free) celebration. Old Sacramento is hosting the 18th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which will begin promptly at 1p.m. on 2nd/L streets. The parade will continue throughout the national historic landmark, where 60 units with over 1000 marchers will show off the luck o’ the Irish. There will be Irish and Highland dancers, pipe and drum bands, as well as historical reenactments. Because of the expected turnout (over 15,000 attended last year), all Old Sacramento streets will be closed to traffic from noon-3p.m. Visit www.oldsacramento.com for additional information. 


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