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The January Calendar 2023: January is National Soup Month

January 1st

Crocker Kingsley


Crocker Kingsley. Don’t miss this biennial national exhibition—a collaboration between the Crocker Art Museum and the Kingsley Art Club—featuring 134 selected pieces chosen from over 2,000 submissions at Blue Line Arts. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment.

January 2nd

Bring on the Bubbles


Bring on the Bubbles. Bring your dog to Rocklin’s Dogtopia from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. for a New Year’s photo shoot. A $10 donation to the Dogtopia Foundation will allow you to take some festive photos while using fun holiday props.

Stormy Weather. Visit the Gallery at 48 Natoma for this beautiful exhibit featuring watercolor paintings by Juan Pena, pastels by Marianne Woosley, and glass works by Barbara Grauke. Admission is free.

Tibetan Buddhist Monks Culture & Arts Tour


Tibetan Buddhist Monks Culture & Arts Tour. Don’t miss this annual spiritual event where Tibetan monks share their arts and culture with the community. El Dorado Federated Church will host many of the events, including dharma talks, meditation workshops, blessings, and a children’s story time. Admission is free.

January 7th

New Year’s Duathlon and 5K Run/Walk


New Year’s Duathlon and 5K Run/Walk. Start the new year off by participating in this TBF Racing event at Granite Beach in Folsom. Choose between a duathlon course for individuals (or two-person relay teams) or a 5K trail run. Start times vary.

January 8th

Rising Stars of Chamber Music


Rising Stars of Chamber Music. The Harris Center is hosting this group of talented young musicians from around the nation. Beginning at 2 p.m., watch them perform chamber music classics, such as Nielsen’s Woodwind Quintet and Debussy’s Sonata for flute, viola, and harp.

January 13th

Cripple Creek Band. Experience a combination of Americana, bluegrass, traditional country, and Southern rock at the Auburn State Theatre. Riding the high of their 10th anniversary, the Cripple Creek Band will perform their latest album, Last of a Dying Breed—a high-energy performance full of original songs, rockin’ guitar riffs, and more—beginning at 7:30 p.m.

January 14th

IPA Beer 5K/12K Trail Run. Enjoy some boozy fun at this run beginning at Folsom’s Granite Beach. Registration fees come inclusive of a celebratory brew (for racers 21+) at the finish line, hot food, and awards for each division. The 5K begins at 8 a.m. and the 12K at 8:05 a.m.

Words + Music. Visit the Auburn State Theatre to experience three award-winning songwriters—Laurie Lewis, Don Henry, and Claudia Russel—perform in a Nashville-style song circle. With stunning voices, thought-provoking lyrics, and a rich variety of musical genres, this exciting collaboration is one to remember. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.

Family Yoga


Family Yoga. Bring the family to the Roseville Sports Center for a gentle yoga class meant to improve balance and flexibility at 11 a.m. Ages three and up are welcome and mats will be available.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. This popular tale—produced by the Roseville Theatre Arts Academy—about Alexander's worst day will not only entertain but educate young audiences, as they identify with him and the obstacles he encounters, encouraging them to share their feelings and realize that bad days happen. Show times vary.

January 18th

It’s in the Bag. Don’t miss this fundraiser from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Blue Goose Event Center featuring dinner, table games, drawings for designer purses, and door prizes. Proceeds support Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin’s education projects, which lead to economic empowerment for women and girls.

January 20th

Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegal


Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegal. Enjoy the romantic music of Chopin live at the Harris Center at 8 p.m. The brilliantly polished concert-with-commentary format features lively, captivating remarks alongside virtuoso performances of piano masterpieces and concludes with a fast-paced Q&A.

January 21st

Preview of the Arts


Preview of the Arts. Head to Blue Line Arts from 4-8 p.m. for a preview of the artwork going into Lottery for the Arts, a fundraiser that provides art enthusiasts and collectors an opportunity to acquire original works by professional and emerging artists—all while raising money for art education programs.

Queen Nation. “Is this the real life, or is it just fantasy?” Head to Auburn State Theatre at 7:30 p.m. to celebrate the legend of Queen with Gregory Finsley, whose voice is an uncanny match to that of Freddie Mercury.

Masterworks II: Symphonic Journey. Celebrate the joys of music with the Auburn Symphony and guest violinist Chase Spruill—who has gained an international reputation as a performer of contemporary music—at Placer High School’s auditorium. Saturday’s performance begins at 7:30 p.m. with a special pre-concert talk at 6:45 p.m.; Sunday’s show starts at 3 p.m. with a pre-concert talk at 2:15 p.m.
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January 24th

China Before Communism. Witness the beauty of Shen Yun—a world-renowned classical Chinese dance company—live at the Harris Center. The educational performance is filled with vibrant costumes and backdrops, alongside classic stories of love, faith, heroism, and resilience. Tuesday’s show starts at 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday’s at 2 p.m.
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January 27th

Commentaries in Cloth. Head to the Gallery at 48 Natoma for this exhibit featuring quilts by the Pixeladies and sculptures by Susan Else. Through April 3, small art quilts from Quartz, a group from the Folsom Quilt and Fiber Guild, will also be on display.

January 28th

Folsom Jazz Festival


Folsom Jazz Festival. Listen to some of the biggest talent in jazz at this 34th annual competition at Folsom High School. The exciting, family-friendly day of entertainment will include hundreds of middle school and high school jazz bands, vocal jazz choirs, and jazz combos from all over California and Nevada. 

by Bella Nolen
Dogtopia of Rocklin  photo by Maci Leitaker. Stormy Weather photo by the Gallery at 48 Natoma. Crocker Kingsley photo courtesy of Blue Line Arts. Tibetan Tour photo by Wendy Wood. TBF New Years Duathlon photo by Bill Driskill. Rising Stars photo by VITA. Preview of the Arts photo by Blue Line Arts. Family Yoga photo by City of Roseville. Folsom Jazz Festival photo by Lisa Michele Photography. Commentaries in Cloth courtesy of the Gallery at 48 Natoma.