The 9th annual Maker Faire is a two-day, family-friendly event that celebrates the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset. It's for creative, resourceful people of all ages and backgrounds who like to tinker and love to make things. So much to see, you will need two days to see it all. San Francisco Bazaar is proud to be a part of the Maker Community by hosting over 90 of our talented crafters and artisans each year!
Where: The Crocker Art Museum
Cost: Free for members / $10 for nonmembers
Unseen Heroes is teaming up with the Crocker Art Museum's Art Mix to bring you a night of spiked punch, wallflowers, and cummerbunds called PROM: A Night To Remember. Featuring arms-length-apart dancing to beats by special guest DJs and live music, plus corsage and boutonniere art making with featured artists and designers. Replace those embarrassing prom photos from years past in a fun photobooth and check out 10-minute art talks on glamorous gowns depicted in the Crocker's collection. Prizes will be awarded for the best 70s, 80s, and 90s prom ensembles, so dig up that old dress or tuxedo and come dressed to impress. And oh yeah, we'll have drink specials under $5 all night.
SACRAMENTO — Seussical the Musical, the perfect musical for families and theatregoers of all ages comes to Runaway Stage Productions February 28 – March 23 at the 24th Street Theatre. Tickets are available online at www.runawaystage.com or through the Box Office at 916-207-1226.
incredible Cat in the Hat narrates a magical story featuring the very best of Dr. Seuss characters and stories.
is Horton the Elephant, Jojo, Mazie, and Gertrude,” RSP Producing
Director Bob Baxter said. “We have great characters that jump off the
page and come to life on the stage. Did you see what I did there?
discovers a speck of dust on which the Whos live. Among those Whos, the
child Jojo finds himself at “butter battling military school” for
thinking to many “thinks.” Horton's attention to the speck of dust and
his "loitering" care of Mayzie LaBird's egg elicits taunting and
accusations from the rest of the
animal kingdom, except for Gertrude McFuzz, who longs for his
attention, and JoJo, whose "thinks" save them all in the end.
“Dr. Seuss has a message that everyone can relate to,” Baxter said. “It is a kind, humorous and sincere message.”
last produced the musical with great success in 2005. The new cast will
feature Andy Hyun as the Cat in the Hat, Colin Coate as Horton,
Caitland Martin as Gertrude McFuzz, Haleyanne Freedman as Mayzie LaBird,
Maxwell Freedman as JoJo, Hal DuBiel as the Mayor, and Eduard Arakelyan
as one of the Wickersham brothers. Bob Baxter directs, Darryl Strohl
choreographs and James Lohman leads the Runaway Stage
Productions Resident Orchestra.
Seussical the Musical performs Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.
2/28-3/23, 2014. TICKETS — Adults - $25; Seniors (60+) - $23;
Students/SARTA - $21; Children (12 & under) - $18; Groups of 10+ -
$19 each. Tickets can be purchased online at www.runawaystage.com (reservation convenience fees apply) or at the door. For further information or questions, please call the box office at (916) 207-1226. Free parking is available.
The deadline to register for January classes has been extended to January 10!
The newest exhibit at Delta is presented by Future Art Notables showcasing the intricacies of female friendships and the art of being a woman. Featuring new works by Candice Adams, Amanda Cook, Heather Crocker, Samantha Garcia, Natalie Head, Madeline Sabatoni and Brandi Scott.