The Sacramento Women’s Expo is the area’s largest event designed specifically for women.The Women's Fashion, Beauty, Health and Lifestyle ONE DAY ONLY EVENT. Saturday, October 28, 2017 12PM-6PM at the Convention Center. 1400 J Street, Sacramento, CA- Shopping Expo- Sampling- Fashion Shows- Beauty Bar- Lifestyle & Business Workshops - Prize Drawings- Health & Wellness- Cooking Demonstrations- Live Entertainment- Activities & Crafts website: www.SacWomensExpo.com
Midtown Halloween Festival & Pooch Parade on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Marshall Park (915 27th Street). The canine-friendly event is highlighted by the much-anticipated “pooch parade” scheduled to take place at 2:30 p.m. that day. Four-legged friends will strut by while competing in an entertaining costume contest that will include playful prizes for the winning pooches. Plus, a variety of free family-friendly activities will be available that include face painting by Fancy Figments, a Pirate-themed bounce house, hands-on arts and crafts and entertaining live music. Front Street Animal Shelter will be on-site with plenty of pets looking for forever homes. Registration is available at www.exploremidtown.org/midtown-halloween-festival/
Sips and Spirits: The Train Ride …The California State Railroad Museum Foundation is proud to present an all-new Halloween-inspired event for adults — Sips and Spirits: The Train Ride. Ticketed guests will delight in a frightfully fun train ride along the Sacramento Southern Railroad while enjoying a blood-shot cocktail and being entertained by a Mad Scientist and his minions, Monster Mash dancers and more.
Spooky Halloween Hornblower River Cruise ends tomorrow! Cruise along the Sacramento River with a fun, family-friendly Halloween River cruise. Spend one-hour cruising along the Sacramento River as the evening creeps in with the chilling sounds of background Halloween-themed music. Take your family to the coloring area where spooky Halloween-themed coloring sheets will be available, or stop to have your
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos a little early this weekend, October 28 & 29 with @saclcac! The Panteón de Sacramento features 60 ofrendas (memorials) made by families and organizations, 40 vendors, food, sugar skulls and mask making and live programming. Learn more on thelatinocenter.com.