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Things to do in the Sacramento area for June 24-26

From rib cook-offs to parades and soccer tournaments to salsa dancing, this weekend in the Sacramento area is packed with activities for the whole family. The following is a list of current events happening throughout the area. The exhibition is the longest-running event in the prefecture. The exhibition runs until Sunday and is located at @the Grounds. Sunday is Family Fun Day and the second annual Placer County Fair Rib Cook-Off. Learn more here and in the video player above. Sacramento Bachata & Salsa Festival The opening Sacramento Bachata & Salsa Festival will take place at DoubleTree by Hilton Sacramento. There will be 75 different dance workshops, from beginner to advanced, along with live entertainment throughout the weekend. Midtown Sacramento Artist of the Year Carlos Kandia will perform as well as local and international dancers. The event can also boast of salsa and bachata social dance all night until 6 in the morning. It lasts until Sunday. Learn more here. Yolo Growers and Farmworkers FestivalThe first of its kind family-friendly farming event is coming to Woodland as a celebration of local growers. The event runs from 5 to 9 pm on Friday with live music and entertainment. Learn more here. LGBTQ Football Tournament The LGBT Center of Sacramento is hosting its first annual LGB football tournament for the last weekend of Pride. The tournament starts at 9 a.m. Saturday at Sousa Park. It costs $ 150 per group or $ 20 for a free agent. Half of the proceeds go to the Sacramento LGBT Center. You can register by emailing at reed@streetsoccerusa.org. Bob Dylan in town Bob Dylan will be at the Memorial Auditorium on Saturday. Sacramento is a stop on the Rough and Rowdy Ways world tour. | READ MORE Bob Dylan is planning a stop in Sacramento in June at the Sacramento East Carnival, part of H Street will be filled with carnival toys, food and a tank from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday. The Lutheran Church of the Cross in East Sacramento hosts a community carnival at 4465 St. Learn more here. Historic Folsom Hometown Parade The fourth annual Historic Folsom Hometown Parade is on Saturday. The parade starts at 9:30 a.m. and will start at Scott Street and head west to Reading Street. The grand marshal of the 2022 Hometown Parade is John McGinness, a former Sacramento sheriff. Before the parade, Eagles Lodge hosts a pancake breakfast. And after the parade, live music will be in the amphitheater of the Folsom Hotel and Gaslight Company. Sutter Street Square 700 will be closed to vehicles all weekend. The tram will be free during this period if you show the QR code on postcards or parade posters. Placer Ham Radio Operators National Event If you have ever been interested in emergency preparedness and radio communication, take a look at the ham radio operators at Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club. The club will participate in a national radio exercise from Friday to Sunday at Georgetown Airport. This is the biggest event of the club of the year. In addition to raising awareness about the hobby, the Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club will be hosting volunteer testing sessions during the weekend event to get permission from new ham radio operators. Learn more here. San Pedro FestaThe Portuguese San Pedro Festa picnic returns to West Sacramento on Saturday with food, music, parade and more. Learn more here. Sacramento Film FestivalThe 27th annual Sacramento Film Festival kicks off at the Crocker Museum of Art. The festival will be the world premiere of the indie film “Last the Night” starring Brian Austin Green. Learn more here. Taco and Margarita FestivalTaco and Margarita Festival takes place on Saturday at Cal Expo from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. at Heart Health Park. The first hour is for VIP. Learn more here. | ABOUT Here are some free or low cost things you can do in Northern California this summer

From rib cook-offs to parades and soccer tournaments to salsa dancing, this weekend in the Sacramento area is packed with activities for the whole family.

The following is a list of current events that occur throughout the region.

Placer County Fair

Entertainment is underway in Placer County, with the fair bringing walks, animals, exhibits and plenty of fair food to the area this weekend. The exhibition is the longest-running event in the prefecture. The exhibition runs until Sunday and is located at @the Grounds. Sunday is Family Fun Day and the second annual Placer County Fair Rib Cook-Off.

learn more here and in the video player above.

Sacramento Bachata & Salsa Festival

The opening Sacramento Bachata & Salsa Festival will take place at DoubleTree by Hilton Sacramento. There will be 75 different dance workshops, from beginner to advanced, along with live entertainment throughout the weekend. Midtown Sacramento Artist of the Year Carlos Kandia will perform as well as local and international dancers. The event can also boast salsa and bachata social dance all night until 6am

It lasts until Sunday. learn more here.

Yolo Growers and Farmworkers Festival

The first of its kind family-friendly farming event is coming to Woodland as a celebration of local growers.

The event runs from 5 to 9 pm on Friday with live music and entertainment. learn more here.

LGBTQ football tournament

The Sacramento LGBT Center is hosting its first annual LGBT football event for the last weekend of Pride. The tournament starts at 9 a.m. Saturday at Sousa Park.

It costs $ 150 per group or $ 20 for a free agent. Half of the proceeds go to the Sacramento LGBT Center. You can register by emailing at reed@streetsoccerusa.org.

Bob Dylan in the city

Bob Dylan will be at the Memorial Auditorium on Saturday. Sacramento is a stop on the Rough and Rowdy Ways world tour.

| READ MORE Bob Dylan plans a stop in Sacramento in June

East Sacramento Carnival

Part of H Street will be filled with Halloween toys, food and a dunk tank from 11am to 3pm on Saturday. The Lutheran Church of the Cross in East Sacramento hosts a community carnival at 4465 St. Learn more here.

Historic parade of the homeland of Folsom

The fourth annual Historic Folsom Hometown Parade is on Saturday. The parade starts at 9:30 a.m. and will start at Scott Street and head west to Reading Street.

The grand marshal of the 2022 Hometown Parade is John McGinness, a former Sacramento sheriff.

Before the parade, Eagles Lodge hosts a pancake breakfast. And after the parade, live music will be in the amphitheater at the Folsom Hotel and Gaslight Company.

Sutter Street Square 700 will be closed to vehicles all weekend. The tram will be free during this period if you show the QR code on postcards or parade posters.

Nationwide event Placer Ham Radio Operators

If you are ever interested in emergency preparedness and radio communication, take a look at the radio operators at Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club. The club will participate in a national radio exercise from Friday to Sunday at Georgetown Airport.

This is the biggest event of the club of the year.

In addition to raising awareness about the hobby, the Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club will be hosting volunteer testing sessions during the weekend event to get permission from new ham radio operators. learn more here.

San Pedro Festa

The Portuguese picnic San Pedro Festa returns to West Sacramento on Saturday with food, music, parade and more. learn more here.

Sacramento Film Festival

The 27th annual Sacramento Film Festival kicks off at the Crocker Art Museum Theater. The festival will be the world premiere of the indie film “Last the Night” starring Brian Austin Green. learn more here.

Taco and Margarita Festival

The Taco and Margarita Festival takes place on Saturday at the Cal Expo from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. at Heart Health Park. The first hour is for VIP. Learn more here.

| ABOUT Here are some free or low cost things you can do in Northern California this summer

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