Sacramento Community Calendar

February

An Optional Black Tie Event: “I Live With Music” :The Musical Genius of Duke Ellington Bring your black tie, tuxedo, gowns and tails for this elegant and sophisticated evening which will feature the inspiring, pioneering and innovative music of Duke Ellington. Directed by Harley White > Performed by Chakra! and guests. Chakra Musicians are: Ann Roach – Vocal, Paula Mandella – Keyboard Harley White – Bass, Michael Bayard – Drum Kit, vibraphone, and Percussion > Featured guests: Sheila Gautreaux Lee, Vocal Darryl Cappy Lewis, Vocal
And many other soul-stirring jazz instrumentalists.
Unity at the Pops Presents: The Musical Genius of Duke Ellington Place: Christ Unity
FASHION SHOW by DV8 Boutique
Featuring designer Nicky Hilton
FunCamps at Fairytale Town March 21st – 25th are educational day camps designed for children of specific ages and are limited to 15-20 children per camp. The instructor to student ratio is usually 1 instructor for every 5-7 children. FunCamp fees are $110 for nonmembers and $80 for members
FunCamps at Fairytale Town March 21st – 25th are educational day camps designed for children of specific ages and are limited to 15-20 children per camp. The instructor to student ratio is usually 1 instructor for every 5-7 children. FunCamp fees are $110 for nonmembers and $80 for members
Presents The Waiting Room by Lisa Loomer
directed by Maggie Adair Upton Opens February 5
Three women from different centuries meet in the waiting room to see the doctor for ailments caused by their timeless quest for a male definition of beauty. Loomer’s dark comedy is a biting satire on the balance of power between men and women, Eastern and Western cultures, orthodox and unorthodox medicine, while poking fun at the male-dominated medical and insurance professions.
Free Museum Day, a Sacramento cultural tradition! Twenty greater Sacramento area museums invites all you to experience the Capital City’s incredible wealth of art, culture and history at each of the participating Sacramento Association of Museums sites AT NO COST. More museums than ever before will be participating for 2005. Many participating SAM sites are offering special programming the day of the event in addition to regular exhibitions
Jazz West Productions presents an Arden Arcade Jazz n Mardi Gras event: The Jazz Generation’s “Great Women of Jazz” — a narrated, musical history of women in jazz from 1890 to 1990, with complementary dance/vocals by members of Step One Studio and Capital City Artists Collective, choreography by Pepper Von.
Capitol West Side Projects – Central Plant Renovation
Location: West Side Projects Public Outreach Center, Bonderson Building, 901 P Street > The Capitol West Side Projects, which includes the West End Office Complex and the Central Plant Renovation, invites you to attend a public workshop designed to gather initial public input on the design and scope of the Central Plant Renovation. Please take this opportunity to learn more about the project and give us your thoughts! As part of the environmental review process please keep an eye out for additional outreach activities including a public scoping meeting, meetings with community groups, and additional workshops in the coming months
Enjoy an evening of romantic music in the Sanctuary of Central United Methodist Church, 5265 H Street, Sacramento. Featuring extraordinary vocalist and recording artist Ann Roach and Aaron Garner, jazz pianist and is a member of the CSUS Jazz Studies faculty, fine art display by Patris and other artists and desserts. The evenings event is sponsored by H Street Festival and hosted by Central United Methodist Church on Friday. Numbers will include My Romance, My Funny Valentine, and Ive Got You Under My Skin as well as some up tempo songs like Fever, I Cant Give
You Anything But Love and Lets Fall in Love. With Ms. Roachs sultry tones, crystal clear voice and exquisite emotion, she is sure to leave you touched and inspired.
Admission is $10 /person if payment received in advance by Feb. 7th and $15/person at the door. Make checks payable to: Arts and Business Council of Sacramento
CHILDRENS ON-CAMERA – TV COMMERCIAL TRAINING:
Designed for Children. Students are given the same training as adults, working with commercial scripts written specifically for children. Children work On-Camera with great emphasis on building confidence, speech clarity, focus, and professional presentation, in a positive, fun, supportive, exciting atmosphere. Here is a place where kids are URGED to let their silly, ridiculous selves, work cooperatively and supportively with others and have full expression! Videotape of each sessions work is replayed at the end of each class

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