Sacramento Weekend Guide Feb 18-21: Pub Crawl, Disney on Ice
Presidents Day is February 21, which means many will be celebrating a coveted three-day weekend.
With an extra day to avoid work duties (if you have a day off), this world is yours. Whether you plan to relax and sleep, or want to enjoy a night out, Sacramento has plenty to offer this weekend.
Disney on Ice is coming to Sacramento
500 David J Stern Walk, Sacramento
Disney on Ice presents “Dream Big” and it arrives at the Golden 1 Center Thursday through Monday. You can catch your favorite Disney characters and princesses, including Mickey, Goofy, Aladdin, Moana, Cinderella – ice skate while singing classic songs and sharing stories.
You can get tickets on Ticketmaster.
Celebrate Singleness at Nostra Vita Family Winery
Couples get Valentine’s Day, singles get Singles Night at Nostra Vita Family Winery. Enjoy an evening of wine, live music, s’mores and socializing with friends.
You can book your tickets on Eventbrite.
Drinks galore at the Sacramento Margarita Bar Crawl
723 K Street, Sacramento
You can spend your Saturday afternoon and evening with margaritas, tequila, and tacos. Crawl begins at Tropics the Clubhouse from 2-4 p.m. The Bank on J Street is also participating.
Details on food and drink specials, participating dive bars and tickets are at Outhouse Tickets.
Channel your inner detective at CSI – Sacramento
See if you have what it takes to solve a murder case this Saturday at CSI – Sacramento. The outdoor murder mystery event involves breaking codes, using forensic techniques and detective work.
You can get tickets for the event here.
Take a 51-mile bike ride through the West Sac Delta Loop
1405 Dobros Drive, West Sacramento
Sacramento Saturdays hosts a 51-mile bike ride through the West Sac Delta Loop. The terrain is flat and will start in West Sacramento, cross the delta and then back.
Be sure to bring your bike (of course), helmet, water bottle, tire changing gear, and face mask. Full vaccination and social distancing are required for this event.
You can RSVP here.
Celebrate Black History Month with art
35265 Willow Ave, Clarksburg
The old sugar mill is hosting a Black History Month art exhibit and artisan event this Sunday. Not only will you be able to enjoy the art, but there will also be vendors, shops, live music, wine tastings, food trucks and face painting.
Tickets are free but you can register on Eventbrite.
Take a walk in a national park
After a weekend filled with food, shows, and drink, take a break at one of California’s national parks. The state has a handful of parks that are available to everyone, every day.
You can find a park you want to explore here.