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March Events
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9:30am - 2:00pm
Vallejo Ranger Station

Find your wild at the Vallejo Ranger Station: Plan an adventure, make art, learn a skill, or volunteer. Volunteers share information about visiting Solano Land Trust lands. Free.
8:00am - 1:00pm

Central Park, Davis

Support your local farmers. Seasonal produce, baked goods, hot food-to-go & more.
Are you unemployed or underemployed? Get the skills you need for the job you want! Opportunity Junction offers free computer training and paid work experience in Antioch for Contra Costa Residents.
March (Thursdays & Saturdays)
Rush Ranch, Suisun City

Solano Land Trust and the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve are seeking volunteers, known as docents, to lead science activities, nature walks, and field trips about the tidal marsh at Rush Ranch.
February 10th - March 16th (Wednesday)
Downtown Vacaville

The 7th Annual Singer/Songwriters' Competition takes place February 10th through March 16th (every Wed.) at a different Downtown location. Each songwriter gets to perform one original song only.
The Fairfield PAL Coffee House is looking for spoken word poets, comedians, hosts, musicians, and others to perform sets on its small stage.  Performance can be short or long, depending on the performers availability.   Slots are available nightly between 5:30pm and 7:30pm.
January 29th - April 24th
Friday through Sunday noon – 4 pm
Lawler House, Suisun City

In this exhibit, our artists will explore the concept of “masks”. Masks are described as objects normally worn on the face, typically for protection, disguise, performance or entertainment. Masks have been used since antiquity for both ceremonial and practical purposes. 
Fairfield Cordelia Library

Start the New Year with a chance to practice and improve your English. Everyone gets a chance to speak in the weekly English conversation group at the Cordelia Library. Practice speaking in a relaxed, small group setting. Learn words and phrases that will help you in everyday life. 
January - March (Monday - Friday)
9:00am - 5:00pm
Umpqua Bank, Antioch

The Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch (ACFA) exhibit at Antioch's Umpqua Bank features five artists in the upcoming January - March Exhibit. The bank is a perfect venue for local artists to showcase their work, which changes every three months.   
January 6th - May 14th
​6:00pm - 9:00pm
California Auto Museum, Sacramento 
The California Automobile Museum's (CAM) announces its 31 Docent Training Class will  begin on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 6 pm, 2200 Front St., Sacramento.  
10:00am - 11:30am
Co-op, Davis

The New Parent Network is an informal gathering in the Teaching Kitchen (537 G Street) for new & expecting parents and their little ones! The Tuesday-morning meetings are for education, but also for people to nurture and support each other. 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 
Vacaville Library

Do you need help with your homework?  The library's teen volunteers are here to assist you.  No appointment needed; just drop by and they will be happy to give you a hand. 
City Winery, Napa

Each Monday, come out to City Winery Napa and see some of Napa’s favorite vintners show their stuff behind the bar – and the turntable! 
10:00am - 2:00pm
Downtown Martinez

Every Sunday, Downtown Martinez comes alive with a delicious marketplace full of fresh California-grown fruits and vegetables.
March 4th - 20th
Fri and Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm
​Winters Theatre Company, Winters

The Winters Theatre Company will present Tim Firth’s “Calendar Girls,” the stage version of the 2003 movie starring Helen Mirren and Julie Walters this March.
March 4th
5:30pm - 9:30pm
California Automobile Museum, Sacramento 

Mark your calendars, the museum is stepping up their game this year! Not only will they have new and exciting local brewers which will be taking over the floor for a one-of-a-kind tasting, they are also making this craft beer tasting event fun and funky.
March 5th – 13th
Century 16 Theatres, Pleasant Hill
The East Bay International Jewish Film Festival kicks off its 21st season on Saturday evening, March 5 at the Century 16 Theatres in Pleasant Hill with the “Best Foreign Film” Oscar nominee Labyrinth of Lies.  It will conclude with another Oscar submission in the foreign language category, Baba Joon, on March 13.
March 5th
​11:00am - 2:00pm
Peña Adobe Historical Society

On Saturday, March 5th, from 11:00 to 2:00, The Peña Adobe Historical Society will host Dr. Wendy Schackwitz, President of The Napa-Solano Audubon Society and scientist at the Joint Genome Institute, who will talk about the chapter’s landmark book, Breeding Birds of Solano County.
March 5th
6:30 PM
Unity of the Valley Spiritual Center, Vacaville

Three-course dinner catered by La Borgata Italian Deli and entertainment by Antoni Panici, an extraordinary pop vocalist and performer, this event promises to be a wonderful way to spend a Saturday evening!
March 5th
2:00pm - 6:00pm
​Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre

Please join Benicia Ballet Theatre as they continue to celebrate the 25th Anniversary season!  Menagerie features the ballet The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns under the Artistic Direction of Margaret Rose Kenrick.
March 5th
Downtown Theatre, Fairfield

The Downtown Theatre Foundation for the Arts proudly announces the 4th Annual Red Carpet Gala
at the Downtown Theatre (FCCA). This exclusive event highlights Resident Theatre Companies performing previews from the upcoming season.
March 5th
Frank B. McKevitt home, Fairfield
The Vacaville Museum’s Annual Dinner for Eight will be held March 5, 2016, at 230 Buck Ave, in the historic Frank B. McKevitt home, built in 1930, and currently owned by Jay and Donna Fox.  The home and grounds have been beautifully restored, with many wonderful additions.
March 6th
First Presbyterian Church, Vallejo

VSO Presents New Falcon String Quartet. Mozart, MendelssohnDvorak. First Presbyterian Church, Vallejo.
March 8th
7:00am - 7:00pm

On March 8, 2016, pancake lovers nationwide will once again flock to their local IHOP® restaurant to enjoy one free short stack of buttermilk pancakes in celebration of the brand’s annual National Pancake Day®.
March 9th
Vacaville High School

Learn about academics, clubs, culture, sports, and life at VHS. Ask questions to teachers and current students. Learn more about AP level courses and AP results from instructors and students. Are you ready for VHS…..they are ready for you!
March 9th - 12th
Vacaville Performing Arts Center

Don’t miss the world’s most beloved musical! 
March 11th
​SAP Center, San Jose

Jeff Dunham: Perfectly Unbalanced Tour at the SAP Center.
Saturday, March 12th 10am-2pm: Vallejo Home Depot
Saturday, March 19th 10am-2pm: Fairfield Home Depot

Solano County Water Agency and Home Depot are partnering to put on 2 local water conservation events that will promote the importance of continued conservation during the ongoing California drought. 
January 30th, February 13th, March 12th
Centennial Park, Vacaville

The City of Vacaville and Solano Resource Conservation District (Solano RCD) are working together to improve wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities in Centennial Park in north Vacaville. 
February 9th & March 15th
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Crescent Elementary School, Suisun City

Would you like to find out more about elementary educational opportunities in the Fairfield-Suisun School District?  PEP (Partnership for Educational Progress) is an educational option with an emphasis in the STEAM areas (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) and a classroom commitment by an adult of about 3 hours per week.  
March 15th
Solano County Fairgrounds

Come volunteer at Youth Ag Day! You can help with registration, area facilitators, activity leaders, bag lunch coordinators, traffic control, hospitality and more!
March 17th
SAP Center, San Jose

Justin Bieber: Purpose World Tour.
March 19th
Dan Foley Cultural Center, Vallejo

Enjoy dinner, music, silent and live auctions and a lot of fun!
March 24th
9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunrise Banquet Hall, Vacaville

Spend a day learning from successful leaders from across the country who are implementing innovation in technology, leadership, the arts and more!
March 24th
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Downtown Vacaville

Come to the 8th Annual “Ladies Night” happening in Downtown Vacaville.  This event is hosted by many of the Health, Beauty and Spa locations along with restaurants and pubs.  The beauty shops and spas hold open houses with product demonstrations and specials. 
March 26th - October 29th (Last Saturday of each Month)
9:00am - 1:00pm
Corner of Jefferson St x Empire St, Fairfield 

Prevent identity theft by security destroying personal papers and personal electronic devices!​
March 27th
Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre

Mariachi Sol de Mexico rounds out the season and coincides with the city of Vacaville's annual Fiesta Days celebration at 8 p.m. March 27. Tickets $45.
February 12th - March 26th (Fridays)
Vacaville Veterans Hall

Come out for a benefit fish fry at the Veteran's Hall! Fish, fries and cole slaw with coffee and ice tea included. Donation per dinner is $15.00 each ($8.00 for kids), sodas are extra, $1.00 each. All proceeds will be used to put in solar lighting in the national cemetery on Midway Road. 

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