Every good morning starts with coffee, but this mornings has a twist. Enjoy a cup at Temple Coffee on S Street then learn how the roasters make their coffee flavors taste so darn good at Temple’s Palate Development and Tasting class. After learning and tasting, you can walk away with a bag of your own beans to boot.
Leverage the Wide Open Walls map making your way across Sacramento to see the murals in the early stages of progress!
A stop in Oak Park not only allows you to see Wide Open Walls artist and our friend Jaya King – who’s an absolute blast, as you can see for yourself – paint a wall of the historic Guild Theatre, but also allows you to stop by the neighborhood favorite Oakhaus for some German-style brunch.
After a day of mural hunting, a brief change of pace might be good to cleanse your pallet. The Tim Collom Gallery in Midtown is hosting a reception for their resident artist Gong Yuebin who, alongside his three life-long friends and fellow alumni of China’s Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, make up the exhibition “4 From China: Guangzhou Style.”
Finally, a stop at the Elks Tower in Downtown for the Street Art Parking Lot Party is the perfect end to the day. It’s a chance to dance and grab some food and drinks in celebration of Wide Open Walls as a mural goes up in the Elks Tower’s plaza. Oh, and there will be lasers!
Looking for more artsy outings? Check out the 2nd Saturday page on Sacramento365! Whatever you choose to do, be sure to use the hashtag #Sacramento365 to share your adventure with us.