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The March Calendar: March is National Noodle Month

Mar 01, 2023 12:00AM ● By Style

March 1st

Hot & Cold. Head to Blue Line Arts to peruse works by some of the state's top talent working in both hot and cold wax mediums at this final exhibition for the Sierra Wax Artists.  Gallery hours vary.

Duality: An African Diasporic Narrative. Up-and-coming sculptural artists Teddy Osei and Glover Marfo—whose works explore the delicate tension between the traditional and contemporary culture of Ghana and the Western world while borrowing from traditional African and contemporary Western aesthetic languages—are making their West Coast premier at this Blue Line Arts' exhibit. Gallery hours vary.

March 3rd

Beauty and the Beast the Musical. It’s a tale as old as time! Take the kiddos to the Harris Center for a night of enchantment and song, as El Dorado Musical Theatre performs the classic tale about Belle teaching the Beast how to love through kindness and empathy. Show times vary.

March 9th

National Geographic Live!. Beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Harris Center,  hear behind-the-scenes stories from award-winning, renowned National Geographic photographer Keith Ladzinski. Experience his iconic photographs from across the globe live on stage, as they're brought to life by the emotional performance of a symphony orchestra.

National Geographic Live! Photo courtesy of Harris Center.


March 10th

Spongebob the Musical. This fun-filled musical—performed by Roseville Theatre Arts Academy and based on the hit animated series—features irresistible characters and magical music. Show times vary.

March 11th

Duo Quartet. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the Auburn State Theatre is hosting the Duo Quartet—a group of four female friends who perform in two duos: Nina Gerber and Chris Webster, and Pam Delgado and Jeri Jones. The quartet’s ethereal and barnburner music is guaranteed to rev up the crowd with original songs and covers.

It’s About Time Family Concert. Bring the kiddos to the Harris Center for an afternoon of interactive fun with the Folsom Concert Association. Beginning at 11 a.m., little ones will experience an interactive symphony of zoo animal sounds and try out various musical instruments.

It's About Time Family Concert. Photo by Folsom Lake Symphony.


March 12th

The Drifters. Founded in the 1950s, the Drifters—the first African American vocal group to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame—have featured legendary lead singers like Ben E. King, Clyde McPhatter, and more. Their renowned talent has led them to perform in front of historically and culturally significant people and places, including the White House, the Pope, and the Queen of England. Show times are at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. 

March 15th

St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland. Get a taste of Ireland with multi-instrumentalists from the Kerri Traditional Band at this fun, energetic performance featuring explosive sounds of bodhran, fiddles, uilleann pipes, guitars, flutes, and stomping feet. Shows begin at 7 p.m.
(ALSO 16) 

St. Patrick's Day in Ireland. Photo by Kerry Productions.


March 16th

Funny Bones & Hollywood Tails. Local people, businesses, and animals will be recognized for their courageous and heartfelt actions at this annual presentation hosted by the Placer SPCA. From 5:30-9:30 p.m. at Sun City Roseville’s Timber Creek Ballroom, enjoy dinner, drinks, live and silent auctions, a grand prize drawing, Hero Awards presentation, and a live comedy show.

Revealing Folsom. Join local historian Kevin Knauss from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Folsom History Museum to learn about the city’s rich history and how it came to be. Having written three books about Folsom’s beginnings, Knauss will share his discoveries of the Chinese population’s critical role in the town’s economy in the 1860s.

March 18th

The Spirit of Benny. The spirit of Benny lives on in this 12th annual family-friendly fun run/walk. Both the 5K and 10K begin at the El Dorado Trail in Downtown Placerville between Clay and Main Street; a food truck serving breakfast will also be available. Race proceeds benefit New Morning Youth & Family Services, whose mission is to provide professional social services to enhance the lives of local youth and their families.

RUNA. Head to the Auburn State Theatre at 7:30 p.m. for a night of diverse and unique music. Translating to “secret lore” or “mystery,” RUNA is an innovative Irish American band that strives to push the boundaries of Celtic music. Combining lively tunes, jazz, bluegrass, blues, and flamenco, they’ve been honored internationally.

RUNA. Photo by Fionán de Barra.


Big Band Pops. The Pops Chorale and Orchestra is back and better than ever. From Glenn Miller to Frank Sinatra and more, take the family to the Harris Center for a night of song and dance. Saturday’s show begins at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays’ at 2 p.m. 
(ALSO 19)

Big Band Pops. Photo by The Pops Chorale.


Dinner Dance Celebration. Enjoy a no-host cocktail hour, catered dinner, live entertainment, and a chance to win amazing prizes at this fundraiser for the Tommy Apostolos Fund (TAF). The event begins at 6 p.m. at The Grounds in Roseville, and proceeds support TAF's efforts to provide for students throughout the school year and at their annual Kid’s Shopping Day.

Sip into Spring. Dive into spring along the Placer Wine Trail from noon-5 p.m. Participants can expect to meet the winemakers, taste limited production wines, witness budding vineyards, and more.
(ALSO 19)

Placer Wine Trail Sip into Spring. Photo by Heirloom Photography


March 24th

Folsom Wine & Jazz. Head to Zittel Family Amphitheater in Historic Folsom from 6-9:30 p.m. for local wine, live music by the nationally recognized jazz musicians of Folsom High School and Sutter Middle School, a silent auction, and small bites. Must be 21+ to attend. Proceeds benefit the Folsom High School Music Boosters.

March 25th

The Mighty Dog Trail Runs. Bring your furry friend to this annual race at Folsom’s Granite Beach. Choose between a 10K (8 a.m.) and 5K (8:05 a.m.), along with a one-mile, Fido-friendly course. Participants (dogs included!) will receive a five-liter waterproof gear bag and bandana at the finish line.

Got Talent Sacramento. Support theater arts education at this annual fundraiser gala featuring local talent from the Sacramento area. On this red-carpet night at Roseville’s Valley Springs Church, patrons are treated to dessert, wine, and coffee, as well as silent and live auctions while being dazzled by competing performers. Proceeds go toward scholarships, theater rental, costumes, and other Christian Youth Theater expenses.

Got Talent Sacramento.


Spartan Race. Challenge yourself by scaling walls, crawling under barbed wire, and more at this race at Folsom Lake College. The Super 10K features 25 obstacles and will take place on Saturday (start times vary), while the Sprint 5K with 20 obstacles will begin Sunday with varying times. In addition, there will be kids’ races ages 4-14) with obstacles taking place throughout the weekend.
(ALSO 26) 

Art in Bloom. Enjoy a no-host bar, appetizers and live music while perusing 44 pieces of locally created art (each accompanied by floral representations created by floral designers) at this fundraiser for The Petal Connection—a nonprofit dedicated to spreading joy by providing floral bouquets to local hospice patients and isolated seniors. Additionally, all the art and florals will be available via a silent auction. The festivities begin at 9000 Foothills Boulevard, Suite 150, in Roseville at 5 p.m.

Art In Bloom


Voctave. Head to the Harris Center at 8 p.m. to experience 11-member a capella group, Voctave—whose artistic arrangements represent a wealth of diverse backgrounds and musical experiences. With multiple top songs and albums on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify, they’ve received more than 150 million views on their videos and ranked on Billboard’s top 25.


Behind the Cellar Door. Savor world-class wine, delectable small bites, barrel samples, and hard-to-find vintages in an intimate Amador wine country setting at this annual event. Reserve experiences at five different wineries each day and enjoy tasting flights, behind-the-scenes vineyard and winery tours, and an educational experience delivered by winemakers and winery teams.
(ALSO 26)

Behind the Cellar Door


March 30th

LunaFest. Don’t miss this program of short films by, for, and about women—celebrating their unique, touching, and inspirational roles in local, national, and international communities—at the Cameron Park CSD Community Center. Doors open at 6 p.m., and films begin at 7 p.m.; complimentary desserts and a raffle are also part of the festivities. Funds support Soroptimist International of Cameron Park/El Dorado Hills and local agencies working to stop human trafficking. 

Photos without photo credits courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.