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Expect to hear everything from ’80s hair metal anthems to Taylor Swift love songs with bands like Swift Country (July 16), Foreigner Unauthorized (Aug. Take in live ceramics demos, pop inside pop-up art galleries and listen to music provided the Library of Musiclandria, a local "library" for musical instruments. And just before Independence Day, on July 2, join the American River the Beautiful guided hike to learn about the birds, plants and geology of the nearby waterway. If imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, the bands at this year’s Concert on the Square series in Roseville have it covered. us The Crocker Museum will throw its third art-centric block party of the year at Colonial Heights Library. The following day on June 26, celebrate the nature center’s 40th anniversary with a guided solstice stroll, in which a naturalist will point out the flora and fauna of the 100-acre preserve. During the "Tales of the Transcontinental Railroad" tour (Aug. Or, hop on a free guided tour held every first Saturday of the month this summer at 10 a.m. 3), docents share stories about the ill-fated demise of the city’s former residents from the likes of cholera. 26), a Sacramento cover band playing songs from the likes of The Beatles, Nirvana, Tom Petty, the Foo Fighters and more. Don’t miss the “Taste of Diversity” contest, in which competitors must create a culturally specific recipe featuring a particular ingredient, -style. Tiny attendees can visit an international petting zoo replete with Nigerian dwarf goats, llamas and pot-bellied pigs, and stop by booths to create their own flags, learn the art of origami, and put together a giant puzzle of a world map.
Also be ready for this question from your supervisors and community members: why are you doing this? Professional makeup artists will be on hand to ghoulify your visage—including Roseville-based Nicole Chilelli, who earned first place in season three of the Syfy reality competition . Amble down the R Street corridor on the hunt for at this 16th annual paranormal parade, complete with an undead marching band, a “Thriller” flash mob and live music from local punk band The Secretions. The park will host several exciting walks and programs, like the Beginning Bird Walk on June 25, during which longtime local birder Rich Howard will lead guests on a hike in search of the area’s common birds, including woodpeckers and red-tailed hawks. Experts will be on hand to provide tips on riding safely through the real streets, including fitting a helmet and giving hand signals. Answer the call of the wild this summer at Effie Yeaw Nature Center in Carmichael. Grab your helmets and take the kids to the Safety Center's Safetyville USA for this sixth annual program, held Thursday and Friday evenings through Aug. Here bicycle riders of all ages can get behind the handlebars to explore Safetyville’s 3.5 acre miniature replica of Sacramento, including landmark structures like the State Capitol.
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