Animal Tales

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Presented by Old City Cemetery Committee at Sacramento Historic City Cemetery, Sacramento CA

Apr 20
Animal Tales

The pioneers found California teeming with wildlife, hence names like Elk Grove, Antelope and Los Gatos. Both wild and domesticated animals played a large part in 19th century life. From horse and cattle ranches, beekeepers and ostrich farms, to pet bears, boa constrictors, parakeets and escaped monkeys, they’ll share stories of critters and their humans.

ADMISSION INFO

Free Admission

Contact: (916) 448-0811

Email: oldcitycemetery@hotmail.com

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LOCATION

Sacramento Historic City Cemetery

1000 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95818

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