Out & About Sacramento

Find out what is going on in Sacramento. Below is a curated list of some of the fun and interesting events happening this month.

Too Little, Too Late

The Board of Supervisors recently redrew its district boundaries to reflect Sacramento County’s population changes over the last decade. New lines are in effect for this year’s elections, with three seats open. Filing begins Feb. 14 for the June primary.

Boundaries for Districts 1 and 2, represented by Phil Serna and Patrick Kennedy, had minor modifications. Half of Rancho Cordova was moved from Don Nottoli’s District 5 into Rich Desmond’s District 3. North Highlands was swapped out of District 3 and given to Sue Frost in District 4. Desmond picks up Gold River.

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Dance Nation

Through Oct. 24

Pulitzer Prize finalist Clare Barron’s daring and hilarious play tells the story of a dance troupe of 13-year-olds who are at the mercy of their emerging hormones while trying to pursue their competitive dreams.

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CruiseFest

Saturday, Oct. 2, 3–7 p.m.

CruiseFest is back, baby! Hundreds of custom and classic cars cruise up and down Fulton Avenue to raise money for the California Automobile Museum

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Bold Expressions

Sept. 28–Oct. 24; Second Saturday Reception, 5:30–8:30 p.m.

Judge LeeAnn Brooks has selected 95 pieces of art for the 66th Open International Exhibition Bold Expressions.

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