Feelin' Lucky this Saturday?

No need. The Buffalo Will Guide you to Grazin’ the Grid.


This month’s theme is St. Patricks Day and the luck of the Buffalo. And, there is no better way to discover just how lucky we are to live in this awesome town than to explore all it has to offer. As always, we have curated a whole weekend full of things to do. There’s a lot going so let’s get right to it.

Do a little Meandering

The 2nd Saturday Art Walk starts at DOCO with a free potato print-making workshop from 10 am to 12 pm facilitated by Verge Center for the Arts and then slow mo on down to the weekly Midtown Farmers’ Market by Unseen Heroes in front of the MARRS building at 20th between J & K until 1 pm.

Take A Hike!

Head for the hills, Deer Creek Hills that is, and find some fresh air. You have to register online with the preserve, but this seems like a great way to clear your head from the sick and the yuck of the last few weeks.. Opens at 9 am and closes at 1 pm, so you have time to enjoy your night and possibly a pizza from your’s truly.

Create Your Own Luck

Need a job? Ever thought of working for the County of Sacramento?  It’s actually the 3rd largest employer in the region with 12,000 employees and 30 departments from which to choose. Who knew? The County hosts its job fair this Saturday! Many times, we just complain at the quality of government, but your voice could make the difference in jobs that improve all of our lives. Register here.

Watch the Video

Where will the Buffalo roam this weekend?

The Buffalo will likely artify itself at The Crocker by day checking out the new Leonard Baskin display, A Passionate Muse. Explore “biting social commentary on the ills of society woven into religious and mythological scenes.” Buy Tickets Here

Last But Not Least

The Irish side of this Buffalo will explore its Jewish roots at the Jewish Film Festival at The Crest starting with the reception at 6 pm. There are two films that we’re excited to check out on Saturday night: 8 pm, Sammy Davis’ I Gotta Be Me (my grandfather was the first to interview him live on radio back in the day); 9:55 pm, the neo-noir film, The Perils of Identity and Asylum about a Lebanese woman seeking asylum in Germany and the female Israeli Mossad agent sent to protect her. Learn More.

Wherever You Graze

Enjoy your Saturday and make sure to tell us about the events that you know about ahead of time or even better write a review of what you did.

Happy 2nd Saturday from The Buffalo!