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Arts and Entertainment

Mondavi CenterMondavi Center offers a wide variety of world-class touring artists and speakers to UC Davis and the surrounding communities. These events include classical jazz and folk concerts, theater, dance, comedy presentation and lectures. Mondavi Center is located in Davis, California on the UC Davis campus.Crocker Art MuseumThe Crocker Art Museum is the leading arts institution in the Sacramento Valley. The Crocker serves as the primary regional resource for the study and appreciation of fine art, with an emphasis on the original Crocker family donation of California art, European drawings, East Asian paintings, and international ceramics.First Friday Art WalkPeruse the latest masterpieces of our local artists every first Friday in historic downtown Woodland.Sacramento Community Center TheaterSacramento Community Center Theater hosts a variety of top caliber events -- from performances by local artists to Broadway musicals on tour. Currently, the Community Center Theater is home to season productions for the California Musical Theater's Broadway Series, Sacramento Ballet, Sacramento Opera, Sacramento Philharmonic, Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra, and Community Concert series. Recently, capacity audiences have enjoyed performances by world-renowned artists including Bill Cosby, Jerry Seinfeld, and Melissa Etheridge, as well as sold-out multi-week engagements of Mamma Mia and Blast.

Higher Education

William Jessup UniversityThe only Christian university in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area.California State University SacramentoSacramento’s only four-year comprehensive university, offering unparalleled opportunities for students to learn, live and succeed.University of California DavisUC Davis is one of the nation's top public research universities and is part of the world's preeminent public university system. UC Davis is located in the City of Davis, about twenty minutes from downtown Sacramento.Woodland Public LibraryThe original structure was funded by Andrew Carnegie and was constructed in 1905. The Woodland Public Library is the oldest library funded by Carnegie in California that is still in operation.Woodland Community CollegeWoodland Community College


Lake BerryessaDiscover hiking, water sports and campingCharles Brooks Community Swim CenterOffering 'free swim' time and classes to include swim team, lifeguard training and water aerobics.Lake TahoeHome to the best in skiing, snowboarding, boating and waterskiing, Tahoe is located just east of Woodland in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. A short drive away to experience a wonderful summer or winter getaway.The American RiverThe American River originates in the high Sierra Nevada just west of Lake Tahoe, in the Tahoe and El Dorado National Forests. Its three main forks—the South, Middle and North—flow through the Sierra foothills and converge east of Sacramento. Along the way their water, rapids, lakes and reservoirs provide recreation, power and irrigation for northern California. Whether you are looking for whitewater action, calm-water paddling, fishing a clear lake or hiking along a cool stream, you'll find a place to love on the American.


The Galleria at RosevilleThe Galleria at Roseville offers great shopping for Placer, Sacramento and Yuba counties. The Galleria has four major department stores; Nordstrom, Macys, Sears and JCPenney. Also at the Galleria are the popular stores of Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, Restoration Hardware and Borders Books, and numerous specialty stores.

Shopping, Dining, Entertainment

Downtown WoodlandDiscover what Woodland has to offerHistoric WoodlandStroll through historic WoodlandOld SacramentoExperience Sacramento at a time of the Gold Rush. Enjoy museums, entertainment, restaurants, and interesting shops, on the 28-acre State Historic Park, on the river, in downtown Sacramento. Shopping: Find surprise bargains and fine quality, from the everyday items on your shopping list - coffee, chocolate, teas and more, to unique clothing, accessories, jewelry and hats, to the perfect gifts, unusual antique furnishings, collectible art and rare books. Dining: Enjoy California cuisine or dishes from around the world. Whether it's casual dining, a romantic, candlelight dinner, or a business luncheon overlooking the Sacramento River. Entertainment: You can take a ride in a horse drawn carriage, cruise on an authentic riverboat, laugh or ride a steam locomotive train along the Sacramento River. Enjoy dozens of special events held all year long, like the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee, Pacific Rim Street Festival, Gold Rush Days, New Years Eve Fireworks Spectacular and more.Winters, CAStroll through charming Winters, CA. Discover boutique shops, restaurants and galleriesWoodland Food Truck ManiaSacto Mofo hosts Sacramento area's best food trucks every first Sunday in historic downtown Woodland.Downtown DavisDiscover all that Downtown Davis has to offer! Less than 10 miles from Woodland is a bustling town full of arts, shopping, dining and more!

Special Events and Entertainment

Sleep Train AmphitheatreLocated in Marysville, the Sleep Train Amphitheatre is an open-air music center, with 8,000 reserved seats directly in front of the stage and another 10,500 on the spacious Festival Lawn. The Amphitheatre features top-name entertainers, and excellent sound, sightlines and video screens... ushering in a new dawn of live entertainment for the region. Performances span the musical spectrum - Sleep Train Amphitheatre has something for everyone.Woodland Farmers MarketA year-round event to enjoy the best in California's produce.Golden One CenterHome of the Sacramento Kings, our very own NBA team, as well as the place to catch the best in concerts, shows, and entertainment!Woodland Tomato FestivalCelebrating the Yolo county tomato, the Woodland Tomato festival is fun, free and open to the public. Held annually in Freeman Park in downtown Woodland, the event offers classes, competitions, shopping, tastings and fun for the whole family.Golden One CenterHome of the Sacramento Kings! The Golden One Center is located in downtown Sacramento and is the home to the beloved Sacramento Kings basketball team. Golden One is also the location for the best concerts, shows and entertainment!Cal ExpoCal Expo is a multi-faceted site that hosts hundreds of events each year. Featuring 350 beautifully landscaped acres, an exclusive caterer, 18 venues and an accomplished, dedicated staff, it's no wonder Cal Expo is the facility of choice in the Sacramento region. Since it first opened in 1968, Cal Expo has been home to events of all shapes and sizes. With the ability to comfortably host 50 to 50,000 people the facility's versatility and adaptability speaks for itself. A display of our vast experience includes events such as: California State Fair, Home & Garden Show, Horse Expo, International Sportsman's Exposition, Sacramento Boat Show, and much more!


Sacramento RepublicSacramento's Professional Soccer TeamRaley Field"Take Me Out To The Ball Game" The Sacramento River Cats have called Raley Field their home since relocating to California's Capital City in May 2000. Nestled along the Sacramento River in West Sacramento, the ballpark is the crowned jewel of Minor League Baseball. Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland A's, the River Cats have graduated more than 60 players to the next level. The River Cats have led all of minor league baseball in attendance during each of their seasons at Raley Field.Sacramento Kings BasketballEnjoy and take part in the local pride and excitement of a Sacramento Kings game at Golden One Center. Sacramento River CatsTriple-A affiliate of the SF Giants, the River Cats have graduated more than 60 players to the next level. The River Cats have led all of minor league baseball in attendance during each of their seasons at Raley Field.


Sacramento International AirportSacramento International Airport (SMF) is your gateway to Northern California destinations and major cities across the U.S., and the world. Service is available from 13 major carriers and one commuter airline. Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.The Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT) operates 67 bus routes and 38.6 miles of light rail covering a 418 square-mile service area. Buses and light rail run 365 days a year using 76 light rail vehicles, 182 buses (with an additional 30 buses in reserve) powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) and 11 shuttle vans.Sacramento Executive AirportSacramento Executive Airport is a general aviation airport which provides a wide array of facilities and services. Services including: air charters; aircraft sales, rentals and repairs; flight training; pilot supplies; computer-based testing; and car rentals. In addition to an FAA tower and instrument approaches, the airport has three paved runways (two lighted) and offers tie-downs and hangar rentals. Located just 10 minutes from downtown Sacramento, Executive is close to tourist attractions such as Old Sacramento, the State Capitol, Cal Expo State Fairgrounds and ARCO Arena (home of the Sacramento Kings). The airport is also located near three public golf courses and major shopping areas.Amtrak, the national rail operator, connects America in safer, greener and healthier ways. With 21,000 route miles in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces, Amtrak operates more than 300 trains each day — at speeds up to 150 mph — to more than 500 destinations. Amtrak also is the operator of choice for state-supported corridor services in 15 states and for four commuter rail agencies. Amtrak services both Sacramento and Roseville.
Last Updated: 6/6/2018