Bend + Blaze Yoga | Wednesdays | 6-7:30 p.m. | Antiquité Midtown, 2114 P St. | $25 | BYOC — that’s bring your own cannabis — to this all-levels yoga course that’s elevated by “eclectic music with high vibes.” 🌳
Trivia Night | Wednesdays | 7 p.m. | Bike Dog Brewery, 915 Broadway | Free | Assemble your trivia crew for this weekly test of wits + locally brewed suds.
Sip & Shop Wine Walk | Weds., June 29 | 4-8 p.m. | Old Sacramento Waterfront | Free | Enjoy wine tastings from participating stores + shop from the district’s selection of small businesses for the chance to win a prize. 🍷
Shawn Mendes — Wonder: The World Tour | Thurs., June 30 | 7 p.m. | Golden 1 Center | $26+ | The three-time Grammy-nominated pop singer — famous for songs like “Stitches” + “Treat You Better” — takes the stage in Sac. 🎤
DEFEM | Thurs., June 30 | 8 p.m. | LowBrau, 1050 20th St. | Free | See the Sacramento post-punk art rockers — whose name is pronounced like “defend” — in a rare live performance along with DJs Sam I Jam + Kris Anaya. 🎸
NeighborGood Market Elk Grove | Thursdays | 4-8 p.m. | District 56 | Free | Support neighborhood artisans, farmers + food trucks at this weekly attraction.
Art Gallery and Art Cafe | Fridays | 10 a.m.-5 p.m. | The Atrium, 1020 Front St. | Free | Explore local + eco-friendly crafts, from inner-tube wallets to homemade jewelry. ♻️
Drag Brunch | Saturdays | 1:30-3 p.m. | Solomon’s | Prices vary | Mercury Rising hosts this week’s event, which pairs drag with French toast + other brunch grub.
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The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Officeunveiled the Brian “Ish” Ishmael Memorial Highway this week, located on a stretch of Highway 50 near Missouri Flat Rd. The road is named after Deputy Ishmael, who was killed in 2019. (FOX40)
There’s been a shake up at Aftershock 2022 — Judas Priest, Bullet for My Valentine, If I Die First, and Nita Strauss will no longer be playing this October. They are slated to be replaced byDanzig, Joey Valence, In Flames, Prong, and Set It Off. No reason was provided. 🎸
Ahead of Fourth of July, the Old Sacramento Boat Parade will cast off this Saturday. Beginning at 1 p.m., decorated boats will set sail from the Sacramento Yacht Club up the river through Old Sac before turning around at the Virgin Sturgeon restaurant. ⚓️
Sacramento Republic FC’s U15 squadwill advance to the MLS NEXT Cup semifinals following their 3-0 victory over New York Red Bulls earlier this week. They are the tournament’s only remaining club not representing an MLS team. ⚽️ (sacrepublicfc.com)
The Sacramento Zooannounced that ticket prices will be reduced for the Fourth of July holiday. Admission will cost just $10 on Monday, instead of the usual $18-$20, so go wild and grab tickets now. 🦁 (Sacramento Bee)
Illinois-based US Foods — which distributes food products to schools, hospitals, and more — has opened a new McClellan Park facility to serve as its processing + distribution hub for Northern California. The 355,000-sqft facility also houses a demonstration kitchen and a training center, and employs ~250 people. (Sac Biz Journals)
Sierra College in Rocklin is adding a new, three-story building to its campus. Expected to open by the fall of 2023, the 75,000-sqft New Instructional Building will accommodate classrooms, office space + teaching labs. 🏗 (Roseville Today)
Local non-profit Voice of the Youthput the pedal to the metal with its charity efforts when the organization handed out400+ gift cards worth $20-$50 to Sacramento families affected by rising gas prices. The organization said the money came from community donations + Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby. ⛽️ (FOX40)
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