Come check out the night sky with Liam McDaid, Astronomer and Professor at Sacramento City College.
Bring your questions and learn some interesting new things about astronomy as you get a chance to use the Sacramento City College Observatory to get an up-close view of the world around you!
There will be snacks, beverages and plenty of discussion. The admission fee will help with a donation to the Astronomy Department at Sacramento City College.
March 14, 2009
(In case of bad weather, the event will be postponed until March 21, 2009)
7 PM – 9 PM
Sacramento City College Observatory
3835 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95822
(The Observatory is located on top of Rodda South. The southeastern staircase is the only public access to it.)
$25 general admission
Discount tickets ($20) available for students and Institute of Fun members.
We are looking forward to a packed house tonight! Unfortunately this event has become so popular that ALL our pre-sale tickets have been sold out!
But don’t you fret! There will be a small amount of tickets available at the door for $30, so make sure you get there early if you’d like to get in on the fun.
Also don’t forget about our upcoming events, if you aren’t able to join us this time come to our March and April events!
For more information on upcoming events check our website often.
Check out KCRA 3 News 7am-9am on My58 Network tomorrow morning around 7:45 am! Our Chief Fun Officer, Chris, and local blogger and baker, Kristy DeVaney, will be talking about Massage and Chocolate Night and some of our other upcoming events! Be sure to watch!
Friday is the Institute of Fun Chocolate and Massage Night! Get ready for a great night of food, wine, chocolate, massage, and socializing. Say goodbye to February in style!
Also don’t forget to check out The Sacramento Institute of Fun in the Sacramento Bee’s Ticket on Friday, February 27th!
If you haven’t gotten tickets for tomorrow’s event now is the time! We are very close to being sold out! Get them now!
If you aren’t able to make it to this event, don’t worry! We have Astronomy Night coming up in two weeks, tickets are available now, and we’re putting together something special for April! More details to come…
Our Jazz “De-mystified” event in December was a hit! So to get all of you Sacramento jazz-lovers out for another great night of music and fun, we’ve asked Adam Jenkins to join us again for a night of jazz history!
In this multimedia presentation, composer and musician Adam Jenkins will teach us about the music, the politics, and the personalities that created and shaped jazz. The course includes food, and wine will be available by the glass for $4 or bottle at special Institute of Fun price!
When & Where:
Friday, January 23, 2009
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
At Revolution Wines
2116 P Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
$24.95 in advance; $30 at the door
Revolution Wine Club members and students: $19.95 in advance; $25 at the door
Thank you to everyone who came out to the event last night. I had a great time, and I hope you did too!
In part 2 of my interview with jazz musician and composer Adam Jenkins, I ask what keeps Adam interested in music, what he thinks of the Sacramento jazz scene, and “When are you supposed to clap?”. Adam also talks about what you’ll learn if you come to the Jazz De-mystified event on December 5!
In this first part of my interview with Adam, I ask him the burning questions everyone wants to know about Jazz, including, “What’s wrong with Kenny G?”
The background music is a track composed by Adam from his CD “Philly Sessions Vol. 1”.
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Featuring a song written by Adam Jenkins and performed by the Jenkins/Brown Quintet from their album, Philly Sessions Vol. 1.
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