MIX 96 wants to share all of the fun activities going on in and around the Sacramento area for you and your family to enjoy for free!

Be sure to check back often to find new and updated free activities and events going on in your area. Terrarium Workshop Exotic Plants – 1833 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821 Date: January 27, 2017 Time: 12pm-pm Ever want to make your own terrarium? Northern California Eggstravaganza Crowne Plaza Hotel Sacramento Northeast – 5321 Date Ave., Sacramento, CA 95841 Date: February 25-26, 2017 Time: Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 10am-3pm Ever wondered how artists create art pieces out of eggshells?

The site also features collections of photographs, books and desks from an earlier period. California State Capitol -You can actually go inside the capitol building for a tour! Apple Hill is located in the hills along Highway 50 in El Dorado County. Old Sacramento Past & Present – “Gold Rush” style children and family activities are open every weekend in Old Sac! It’s also a great place to sunbathe or have a picnic! Visit Folsom, Fair Oaks, Roseville and Elk Grove to take in a little bit of history and knowledge of what life was once like! Vic Fazio Yolo Wildlife Area – This area has been declared a globally important bird area.

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This event will be bringing together artists from many disciplines to start a dialogue about mental illness. Cirque Zuma Zuma CSU Sacramento – Union Ballroom – 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819 Date: February 2, 2017 Time: pm-pm Coming all the way from Europe and Australia, Cirque Zuma Zuma is an African style Cirque du Soleil.

There will be performances of all different types of African culture such as South African female vocalists, comedy, the Africa Africa Lion Dance, Ethiopian foot table juggling, and much more. Sacramento Museum Day Downtown Sacramento – 1100 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Date: February 4, 2017 Time: am-pm The 2017 Sacramento Museum Day will feature 26 museums with free or half-priced admission for the day.

He even became the winner of the Sacramento Black Comedy Competition! Cal Expo Harness Racing California Exposition & State Fair – 1600 Exposition Blvd. Additionally, 44 inspirational messages of peace are placed in plaques throughout the garden to serve as points of inspiration.

Clark has toured around California and his talents have allowed him to be on several movies and TV shows. Sacramento, CA 95815 Every Friday and Saturday Time: Friday pm, Saturday pm Ever wanted to see what a harness horse race is like? Enjoy free admission and parking at this fun filled event. Museum of Medical History – Here’s another option for the medically inclined! California Foundry History Museum – This is a great place to learn something new! Old Sacramento State Historic Park – This historic park was once home to the Pony Express and California Supreme Court!

Each story is told with 20 images shown for 20 seconds while the presenter talks. Clark and Friends CSU Sacramento – Union Ballroom – 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819 Date: February 9, 2017 Time: pm Come on out to comedy night at CSU Sacramento! Currrently, it is home to the Wells Fargo History Museum and the Sacramento Visitors Center. California Peace Officers’ Memorial – This memorial is dedicated the over 1,300 courageous peace officers who have laid down their lives “in the line of duty.” See the exhibit at 10th Street and Capitol Mall, Sacramento. Other events include antique street fairs, a summertime blues festival, a wine festival in the fall, and two weekends of country Christmas! Placerville is another “Gold Rush” town loaded with history. Columbus River Preserve – The Columbus River Preserve is home to tens of thousands of rare animal and plant species. Public Pools – Public pools are a great place to cope with summer heat! State Capitol Park World Peace Rose Gardens – Stop and smell the flowers at the State Capitol World Peace Rose Gardens!

This event will be full of networking, inspiration, and fun! Erik Clark began doing stand-up comedy after being let go from his corporate position. It’s free to visit at 1000 2nd Street (Corner of 2nd and J Streets) Old Sacramento! Big Four Building – This building is named after the “Big Four” of western railroading: Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins, Collis P. Check out the museum and library at 113 I Street, Old Sacramento. It’s called “hangtown” because of all the hangings that took place there! The walk trails are also open from dawn til dusk daily! Take the family to Colonial Park, Land Park, Roberston Park, Mama Marks Park and Bertha Henschel Play Pools all for free! The .42 acre land space features 650 roses in more than 140 types of colors and smells.

Varying FREE activities are available each weekend through August! Port of Sacramento – If you want to visit the Port of Sacramento, you can arrange a tour at Nimbus Salmon/Steelhead Fish Hatchery – See the spawning fish in action! The Powerhouse still looks like it did when it was built in 1895.

The Port’s history dates back to 1849, where it helped to move men and equipment to gold fields! Historic Old Town Roseville Farmers Market – Live music, a farmers market, AND cool, classic cars on display?! Folsom Lake – Summer time is perfect for a trip to Folsom Lake! During the beginning of November, you can watch the salmon make their way up a “fish ladder” to lay eggs in the pond at the top! Jensen Botanical Gardens – Not only are the gardens gorgeous, but they’re also home to history, events, and garden work days!

Check out this workshop where you can make and grow your own terrariums. At this annual event you will be able to check out, support, and learn from local and international egg artists!

Vendors will be selling the supplies to create your very own egg artwork. Date: March 4-5, 2017 Time: am This is the oldest camellia show in the United States!

The workshop is being presented by the owner and founder of Exotic Plants, Kifumi Keppler.