‘Black in Sac’ 10/21/21: Here’s your weekly list of events created by Black Sacramentans

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It’s week seven and counting for the ‘Black in Sac’ event list. We are always looking forward to featuring the events and happening around Sacramento each week. This will consist of a week’s worth of events from Thursday to the following week’s Wednesday.

If you have recurring events, let us know and we’ll feature them in each release. All submissions are appreciated.

We also encourage you to submit any future events that you’re planning.

Submit the event information, including date, time, place, and name through our Google Form, here.

Here’s some of what’s happening in the city through the week of Oct. 21 through Oct. 27. Check out some activities and other events to attend in Sacramento.

Broke To Woke, hosted by The Co-Op Spot

Broke To Woke is a workshop hosted by The Co-Op Spot which will be on Thursday, Oct. 21, starting at 6 p.m. This is an online and in-person training designed to share wealth tips and build upon principals. Registration is available here.

The Co-Op Spot is a Black-owned co-working space and event center, located at 315 12th Street.

Heal and Rebuild Collective presents: Teen Summit

Heal and Rebuild Collective’s Teen Summit continues to gather teenagers at 7000 Franklin Boulevard, suite 1000.

They meet with the youth, between the ages of 13 to 19, every Thursday, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The Heal and Rebuild Collective is determined to bring teenagers together through food, music, fun, and topical discussions. Their goal is for teens to get into a space that is engaging and empowering.

This event is also sponsored by nonprofit organization, Hooked on Fishing, Not To Violence.

DJ DAAN Presents: Get Yo Roll On Skate Party

DJ Daan will present a ‘Get Yo Roll On’ Skate Party on Thursday, Oct. 21, from 9 p.m. to midnight, at Roller King Skating Center in Roseville.

Tickets are $15 and will be sold at the door. Skate rentals are included in the ticket price. As a homecoming special, there will be a discount for the “Divine 9”.

Roller King is located at 889 Riverside Avenue.

Tiger hosts A Halloween Experience

For the next week through Halloween, Tiger is bringing a Halloween experience to Sacramento called “Tigress Mansion”.

Each day from Oct. 21 through Oct. 31, they will have a different costume theme. Some of the themes include: 90s and 2000s, Disney, Memes, Marvel versus DC, and more.

Entry is free before 11 p.m. with a costume and $20 after 11 p.m. or without a costume.

Tiger is located at 722 K Street. For more information, click here.

Hocus Pocus Halloween Ball

DJ Boo presents a Halloween themed extravaganza for the family to enjoy.

Cool Code will host the Halloween Ball at the Mack Road Valley Hi Community Center on Friday, Oct. 22, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The event is located at 7833 Center Parkway.

There will be a haunted house pop-up, food, games, performances, a raffle, with music by DJ Boo.

The United Core Alliance hosts community event

The United Core Alliance (UCA) will be hosting their monthly expungement clinic on Oct. 23 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The clinic is geared towards clearing records and assisting residents with accessibility to jobs, housing, and education. The clinics are free, no documentation is required to attend.

The UCA is also hosting a job fair from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. This career fair opportunity will feature employers within the cannabis industry from retail, cultivation, distribution, and manufacturing.

You must be 21 and older to work in the cannabis industry. Bring your resume and meet the different employers.

Pop-Up at Impound Comics

Impound Comics is hosting a pop-up event on Saturday Oct. 23 at their 500 J Street, Unit 155 location.

Pre-orders for the release of ‘Impound 3’ will be available for purchase when you walk in.

Sacramento artist, Yelly, will be releasing her new merchandise, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. She will also be selling physical tickets to her concert at Holy Diver on Nov. 11 with Gritty Lex and Goldie.

On Sunday, Oct. 24, Paranoia Apparel will be hosting a pop-up event at Impound Comics from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Paranoia Apparel is a growing clothing-apparel brand originated in Sacramento.

Inspired by creative interest in hip-hop culture and fashion, co-founders, Phillip Drakeford and Donald Barrett Jr. defined their brand through the fear and everyday struggles of being Black in America.

Fly Market by FVME

On Saturday, Oct. 23, over 75 vendors throughout Sacramento will meet at 912 Enterprise Drive at Diamond AutoSport, for the fourth installment of Fly Market by FVME.

This is a free event for all ages, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

This market features a plethora of options to purchase from local brands, vintage clothing, hype fashion, shoes, home goods, arts and crafts, much more.

There will be live DJs, food trucks, and much more. No registration required, just show up and support some of the best local brands the city has to offer.

Sacramento State Homecoming with DJ DAAN

DJ Daan will host the Sacramento State Homecoming Tailgate on Saturday, Oct. 23.

From noon to 6 p.m. join DJ Daan and his fraternity brothers of the Iota Beta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated in the Sacramento State Parking Lot 8 as they prepare for the Sacramento State homecoming football game against Northern Arizona.

Wait, there’s more.

They will host The Diamond Experience, from 9:11pm. to 2 a.m., an official homecoming after-party at Country Club Lanes, located on 2600 Watt Avenue.

BaseOneFM x Bawk! Presents Sunday Service

DJ-quartet, BaseOne.FM and Bawk, by Urban Roots have partnered together as their Bizarre Market meets Sunday Service in a weekly brunch event, every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The R street district is getting the party started on Sunday with sounds by ‘Aramii and BaseOne.FM. It’s becoming one of the best Sunday vibes in the city.

This Sunday, on Oct. 24, check out different brunch items and enjoy the brunch vibes at Bawk, brought to you by some of your favorite DJs.

Bawk is located at 1409 R Street.

Eighty-Eleven Bar and Grill

Eighty-Eleven Bar and Grill is located at 8011 Florin Road.

On Sundays they have free entry, no cover for their “$7 Dollar Sundays” where guests can enjoy the Sunday NFL games with premium drinks for $7.

They will have food prepared by “The Oxtail King” Mr. Gravy or “thekitchen916” on Instagram. He will be on site from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, he will be on site from noon to 8 p.m.

Happy hour is from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Please be sure to drink responsibly.

Sacramento Jazz Cooperative

Sacramento Jazz Cooperative hosts live traditional Jazz every first and fourth Monday of each month at the Dante Event Center, located at 2330 Fair Oaks Boulevard.

This Monday, Oct. 25, the Aaron Garner Quartet will perform with Deborah Winters. Tickets are starting at $30 on Eventbrite. They are available for purchase, here.

For more information, visit www.sacramentojazzcoop.org.

Naija Boy Taco Tuesday at Ro Sham Beaux

The Naija Boy Taco Tuesday is a weekly event at Ro Sham Beaux, located at 2413 J Street.

Rasheed Amedu is bringing West African flavor to Mexican cuisine every Tuesday, from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.

There he will provide Naija vibes and natty wine when you dine with him on Tuesday, Oct. 26.

Faith J McKinnie Gallery presents : Gastinells

The Faith J. McKinnie Gallery is a newly opened, Black-operated contemporary art gallery in midtown, on 1610 R Street, in Rice Alley behind Device Brewing Co.

From Oct. 15 through Nov. 14, the gallery will host an exhibition showcasing the artwork and projects of Brandon Gastinell.

For Gastinell, it’s his second solo exhibition this year. With over 100 different grocery sculpture items, his work will be placed on shelves for viewers to interact with and purchase. Every piece will be available throughout the exhibition and online.

The event is free and open to the public. You can obtain free stickers, prints, and more by making a reservation online. RSVP is available through Gastinell’s website, here.

Spectra karaoke on Wednesdays at Streets Pub

Spectra is a musician, artist, and an avid fan of karaoke.

On Wednesdays, you can find her at Streets Pub, a Black-owned bar, located on 1804 J Street.

She also hosts karaoke at Faces Nightclub, located 2000 K Street, on Thursdays and Lighthouse Bar and Grill, located at W Capitol Avenue in West Sacramento, on Fridays and Saturdays.

Upcoming Events to look forward to:

“The Blue Get Down: A 70s Costume Party”

The Ladies of Omega Lambda Zeta Chapter hosted “The Blue Get Down: A 70s Costume Party” on Friday, Oct. 29, from 8 p.m to 11 p.m, located at 1913 Del Paso Boulevard.

Presale tickets are $30 or can be purchased at the door for $35. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Omega Lambda Zeta Scholarship Fund. Tickets are available here.

The event is for ages 21 and up.

Fright Night at Esther’s Park

Fright Night at Esther’s Park will be on Oct. 29, located at 3408 3rd Avenue.

This free event from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., will feature music by DJ Boo, performances, live music, vendors, food, trick or treating, and a costume contest.

There will be a movie screen streaming clips of Halloween classic movies, music videos, and more.

RSVP on Eventbrite, here.

Harvest Day Fun at Savvy

Savvy House Coffee Bar is a Black-owned coffee shop located at 9630 Bruceville Road in Elk Grove.

They often host different pop-up events and social networking events at the location.

They are hosting Harvest Day Fun on Sunday, Oct. 31, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, where they will invite the community for coffee, cupcakes, and support other vendors around the city.

This is a kid-friendly pop up on Halloween, as an alternative to trick or treating. Kids in costumes will get a free cupcake from Sugar Coated Cupcakes.

There will also be a pumpkin painting booth. Crystel Patterson will be doing story time, reading selections from her children’s books.

8th Annual Making Aces Golf Tournament

ACE Mentoring Program is hosting their 8th annual Making Aces Golf Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 6, at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex on Alister MacKenzie Course, located at 3645 Fulton Avenue.

Registration is available here.

ACE helps youth of color, ages 13 to 18, graduate from high school on time and move on to their next stage in life. All proceeds from the tournament go toward programs and resources that directly benefit AffE students. ACE is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization.

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