Sacramento CA Weekend Guide: Golf, Ice Skating, Comedy, Bar,

Celebrate the end of another week and let off steam with a weekend filled with adventure.

Enjoy a three-day thrill-seeking guide with no tentative dates or times. That means, mix and match as many activities as you can on your schedule or even visit a location more than once this weekend (we’re not judging).

Here are six things you can try in Sacramento this weekend:

1. Break a sweat to one Climbing room

A climber navigates the climbing wall at Sacramento Pipeworks Climbing and Fitness. The 17 foot walls contain “roads” marked with colored handles. Sammy Caïola [email protected]

116 N. 16th St., Sacramento

Take an introductory rock climbing course at Sacramento Pipeworks. The 1-hour rock climbing course will teach you the fastest way to line yourself up and start climbing. Take home the basic skills needed to start rope climbing, such as how to secure your harness, catch a fall and more.

Weekend schedule: lessons 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Fridays, lessons noon and 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays

Price: Free for members, $ 40 for non-members

2. Spend the afternoon at Top Golf

1700, liberty road, Roseville

Gather the whole family and head to Top Golf in Roseville for a round of Angry Birds-inspired golf. Use the Angry Birds character’s golf balls to smash structures, defeat pigs, and earn as many points and stars as possible.

New players must pay a one-time membership fee of $ 5. Healthcare workers and teachers can play at a reduced price.

Anyone under the age of 16 must be supervised by a guest 21 or older at all times. Anyone under 18 must be supervised by a guest 21 or older after 9 p.m.

Weekend rate: $ 27- $ 50 Fridays and Saturdays, $ 27- $ 47 Sundays

Plan your visit here.

3. Turn to the Downtown Sacramento Ice Rink

Skaters find their balance as they enjoy a clear day at the downtown Sacramento rink on Friday, December 27, 2019. The rink is open daily until January 20. Admission is $ 6 for children 6 and under and $ 13 to $ 15 for adults. depending on the day. Renée C. Byer [email protected]

Place Ali Youssefi – Seventh and K Street

Grab a friend and head to the downtown Sacramento ice rink and celebrate the vacation season at the Old Sacramento waterfront for the Theater of Lights. Make sure to refresh the rules and car park options before you go.

Weekend schedule: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday to Sunday

Price: $ 6 to $ 13

Discounts include:

$ 5 off with the Western Health Advantage card

Free for All-Star members of the Sacramento Kings Kids Club

$ 5 off with a receipt for a same day purchase from a DoCo company

$ 2 off with the Sacramento RT bus on the same day or Light Rail ticket

4. Break a windshield Smash Sacramento

Mandy Netherby smashes a bottle with a baseball bat at the original Smash Sacramento location in Carmichael on Monday, September 20, 2021. Her uncle, Carnagy Hall, took her with her Aunt Tammy Hall to the “Rage Room” , a safe environment to break glass and other things without having to clean. Sara nevis [email protected]

600 Broadway, Sacramento

Unleash your accumulated frustration from the week and visit downtown Smash Sacramento for a night of glass and electronics breakage, and ax throwing.

Contact: 916-594-9657

Weekend schedule: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday

Book here.

5. Test your skills at a open mic comedy night

1414 16th St., Sacramento

Test your acting skills or sit back and laugh at the open mic party at Luna’s Cafe & Juice Bar. Registration at 7:30 pm Proof of vaccination is required.

Schedule: 8 p.m. Sunday

6. Mount the Wheel at the water’s edge

Sacramento City Councilor Steve Hansen, left, shares a moment with his 2-year-old son Henry Hansen as they prepare to ride the 65-foot waterfront wheel at a forward event premiered on Front Street on Wednesday October 28, 2020, in Old Sacramento. The new fixture is part of a multi-phased Downtown Sacramento Partnership marketing campaign called “We are Downtown.” Together. “Xavier Mascareñas [email protected]

1150 Front Street, Sacramento

Take in city views on the 65-foot Waterfront Wheel in Old Sacramento’s New Park. Riders must be at least 44 inches tall to ride. Riders must also be in the same household in each open-air cart, which can hold up to four people.

Masks are mandatory.

Weekend schedule: noon to 10 p.m., Friday to Sunday

price: $ 6 per rider

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This story was originally published 11 November 2021 6:00 a.m.

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Brianna Taylor is a reporter with the Sacramento Bee Public Services Office. A former Bee intern, Brianna has also reported in Missouri and Maryland. She graduated from Morgan State University.

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