Educational & Cultural Resources


Cosumnes Community Service District

9355 E. Stockton Blvd. Suite 185, Elk Grove

Additional information: 916 405-5300 or

Offering a variety of classes and programs for adults that promote heath, fun and lifelong

Cosumnes River College

8401 Center Parkway, Sacramento

Additional information: 916 691-7344


Community College attempting to empower students to strengthen the cultural, social,
economic, and environmental well-being of its community.

 Elk Grove Adult and Community Education

8401-B Gerber Rd., Sacramento

Additional information: 916 686-7717, and

Turn your plans into action. Programs and services at EGACE provide convenient times
and close to home locations. Fee-based community education program offering courses
for personal growth, fun, business, workforce development and enrichment.

Hart Senior Center-City of Sacramento Classes and Activities

915th St., Sacramento

Additional information: 916 808-5462 or

Offering a variety of classes and activities to optimize the experience of aging. How to
put computer and other devices to use for you.

The Renaissance Society

California State University-Sacramento

Adams Building Room 105, 7750 College Town Dr., Sacramento

Additional information: 916 278-7834, and

In partnership with CSUS, the Renaissance Society provides opportunities for
participatory lifelong learning and community engagement for older adults. Many
seminars are on Fridays and Saturdays on the CSUS campus. Others take place in
various locations and days.

Renaissance Society Lectures at Sacramento Public Libraries

Arden-Dimick Library – 892 Watt Ave., Sacramento
Carmichael Library – 5605 Marconi Ave., Carmichael
Colonial Heights Library – 4799 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento
Franklin Community Library – 10055 Franklin High Rd., Elk Grove
Additional information: 916 264-2920 or

Sacramento Zoo-Adult and Senior Classes

3930 W. Land Park Dr., Sacramento

Additional information: 916 808-5888 or and

Continue your learning at the Sacramento Zoo with adult and senior classes in
photography and specialized Tea and Tour programs.

Senior Center of Elk Grove

8830 Sharkey Avenue, Elk Grove

Additional information: 916 685-3160, and

Happy healthy seniors are vital to the community. The Senior Center offers fitness and
creative classes, travel events and a Salad Bar on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Sacramento Public Library- Let’s Talk

Additional information: 916 264-2920 or

Events are designed for you to hear about issues being discussed locally and globally.
These 90-minute forums provide welcoming space for discussions that are often difficult
and the opportunity to see an issue from various perspectives.



Elk Grove Arts Commission

8401 Laguna Palms Way, 95758

Additional information: 916-691-2489 or 916-627-3214 or

Elk Grove Fine Arts Center
9683 Elk Grove-Florin Rd.
Additional information: 916-685-5992, or

Elk Grove Jazz & Blues Vespers
8153 Elk Grove Blvd., #50, 95758

Additional information: Nan Mahon at 916-806-9476 or 916-683-1435, email

Hosted by Elk Grove Presbyterian Church

March through Nov. First Sunday of each month, 4:00 p.m.

Strauss Festival in June & July

Community Band Concert in June, and Hot Summer Nights Concert Series in August,

sponsored by CDS in Elk Grove.

Additional information: 916-405-5600 or

Sun Grove Church

2285 Longport Court, Elk Grove, 95758

Additional information: 916-691-6818 or
Hosts a variety of Elk Grove musical events.


Wells Fargo Pavilion

Box Office for Broadway Sacramento: 1510 J St., #200, 95814

Additional information: 916-557-1999 or

Features Broadway at Music Circus in the summer and Broadway on Tour during the rest
of the year, which is currently hosted at the Community Center Theatre.

Sacramento Community Center Theatre

1301 L ST., 95814, Downtown

Additional information: 916-808-5181 or

Besides Music Circus and Music on Tour, this is the home to the Sacramento Ballet, Opera & Philharmonic Orchestra.

Memorial Auditorium

1515 J St., 95814

Additional information: 916-808-5291 or

This opened in 1927 and was dedicated as a memorial and tribute to the city residents

who gave their lives in service to our country. The 3,859-seat auditorium hosts a diverse
range of entertainment from wedding and graduations ceremonies to boxing and concerts.
In the fall, it will host Broadway on Tour.


Sacramento Theatre Company (STC)

1419 H. St., 95814

Additional information: 916-443-6722 or

This performing arts theatre features productions of well-known classical, musical, and
contemporary plays.

Sacramento Ballet

2420 N St., #100 95816

Additional information: 916-552-5810 or

Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra & Opera

1110 2nd St., 95814

Additional information: 916-594-7333 or
Performances are at the Sacramento Community Center Theatre.

Golden 1 Center

500 David J. Stern Walk – Downtown Commons, Sacramento, 95814

Additional information: 877-940-2901 or or

Hosts sports & musical events such as Cirque du Soleil.

The Sofia Tsakopoulos Center for the Arts

Home of the B Street Theatre.

2700 Capitol Ave 95816 Midtown

Additional information: 916-443-5300 or

Hosts musical series, theatre, children’s theatre, & other performing arts series.

Crest Theatre

1013 K St., 95814

Additional information: 916-476-3356 or

This is an old vaudeville palace art deco theatre. They host film festivals and a variety of
different performance arts genres.

Celebration Arts
2727 B St. 95816

Additional information: 916-455-2787 or

This is a multi-cultural, multi-discipline performing arts organization in Sacramento.
Mission statement: Provide training & performance opportunities for community
residents in areas of theatre, dance, & music. We strive to make art and its presentation

Celebration Arts Performing Arts and community Theatre
4469 D . St., East Sacramento.

Additional information: 916-455-2787

This features dance mostly.

Capital Stage

2215 J St., Midtown

Additional information: 916-995-5464 or or
In 2006 Sacramento New & Review voted this the best professional theatre in the greater
Sacramento region. “It continues to bring an edgier, urban sophistication to professional
theatre. This is a comfortable, intimate theatre that puts the spotlight on the art.”

Guild Theatre

2828 35th St., Sacramento. (Oak Park)

Additional information: 916-905-7024 or

This all-purpose, bi-level theatre features movie screenings, concerts, plays etc.

West Sacramento Community Theatre

1075 Capitol Ave., West Sacramento

Additional information: 916-491-1085 or

WSCT provides high quality entertainment through productions ranging from well-
known favorites and classic stage plays and musicals to World Premiere plays.

Tower Theatre

2508 Land Park Dr., 95818, Sacramento

Additional information: 916-442-0985 or

This is an old post opera house art deco theatre with modern service. It features a variety
of artsy movies not shown by large theater chains, and offers beer & wine with your


Cal State University Sacramento

University Theatre, Musical Recital Hall (Capistrano Hall)

On campus at 6000 J St.

Additional information: 916-278-6368 or
Hosts theatre, dance, and symphony orchestra.


Harris Center

10 College Parkway, at Folsom Lake College, 95630

Additional information: 916-608-6888 or

This is an indoor multi-purpose arena with 3 stages. Besides music, such as symphonies
and stage productions, it also hosts sporting events. This is a $50 million facility
dedicated to the performing and visual arts. Artists come from all over the world and
throughout the community to the newest arts venue in the Sacramento region.

Sutter Street Theatre

717 Sutter St., 95630, Folsom

Additional information: 916-353-1001 or

This theatre offers off Broadway series & plays for young audiences. It is supported by
the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission Cultural Arts Awards Program, the city
and county of Sacramento.


Robert & Margaret Mondavi Center, Performing Arts Theatre

UC Davis. 523 Mrak Dr. Davis, 95616

Additional information: Ticket Office 530-754-2787 or
“Mondavi Center presents a rich program of diverse artists & thinkers in public
performance & as the basis for education & engagement programs on our campus & in
our region, while stewarding & sustaining a state-of-the-art venue for artists and
audiences. UC Davis Symphony Orchestra performs at Mondavi Center.”



California Automobile Museum

2200 Front Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/442-6802 or

California Museum

1020 O Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/653-7524 or

 California State Capitol Museum

Capitol Building, 10th & L Streets, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/324-0333 or www.Capitolmuseum.Ca.Gov

California State Library

Stanley Mosk Library and Court Building

914 Capitol Mall, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/651-6452 or www.Library.Ca.Gov

California State Railroad Museum

125 “I” Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/323-9280 or

Center for Sacramento History

551 Sequoia Pacific Blvd., Sacramento

Additional information: 916/808-7072 or

Elk Grove Historical Society

9941 East Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove

Additional information: 916/685-8115 or

Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park

800 N Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/324-0575 or

Museum of Medical History

Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society

5380 Elvas Avenue, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/452-2671 or www.SSVMS.Org/Museum

Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum

1200 Front Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/483-8818 or


Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Front and I Streets, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/445-6645 or

Sacramento Historic City Cemetery

1000 Broadway – Enter on Broadway at 10th Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/448-0811 or www.Historicoldcitycemetery.Org

Sacramento History Museum

101 I Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/808-7059 or www.Sachistorymuseum.Org

Sojourner Truth African American Museum

2251 Florin Road, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/320-9573 or www.Sojoartsmuseum.Org

State Indian Museum

2618 K Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/324-0971 or

Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park

2701 L Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/445-4422 or www.Suttersfort.Org

Wells Fargo History Museum (Capitol Mall)

400 Capitol Mall, Downtown Sacramento

Additional information: 916/440-4161 or www.Wellsfargohistory.Com

Wells Fargo History Museum (Old Sacramento)
1000 2nd Street, Old Sacramento

Additional information: 916/440-4263 or www.Wellsfargohistory.Com


Crocker Art Museum

216 O Street, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/808-7000 or www.Crockerartmuseum.Org

Sacramento Children’s Museum

2701 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA

Additional information: 916/638-7225 or www.Sackids.Org

Sojourner Truth African American Museum

2251 Florin Road, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/320-9573 or www.Sojoartsmuseum.Org


Verge Center for the Arts
625 S Street, Sacramento
Additional information: 916/448-2985 or www.Vergeart.Com


Aerospace Museum of California

3200 Freedom Park Drive, McClellan, CA

Additional information: 916/643-3192 or www.Aerospaceca.Org

Museum of Medical History

Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society

5380 Elvas Ave, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/452-2671 or www.SSVMS.Org/Museum

Powerhouse Science Center

3615 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/674-5000 or www.PowerhouseSC.Org

Sacramento Children’s Museum

2701 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova

Additional information: 916/638-7725or www.Sackids.Org


 Fairytale Town

3901 Land Park Drive, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/808-5233 or www.Fairytaletown.Org

Sacramento Zoo

3930 W. Land Park Drive, Sacramento

Additional information: 916/808-5888 or www.Saczoo.Org

NOTE: Call or visit website for hours and admission fees.


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