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HEAR FIRST: A Native Story Walk

Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area 45211 County Rd. 32B

YOLO WILDLIFE BYPASS AREA. An immersive audio piece centering local Native culture and history. HEAR FIRST is on available at davisrep.org—take it outside and enjoy on a walk or bench. Free

Free

All Member Holiday Gift Show

The Artery 207 G Street, Davis

THE ARTERY. Shop from local artists handmade goods including ceramics, jewelry, wall art, glass, textiles, wood & more. Extended hours start Dec 8. 10a—9p.  

Free
Ongoing

Magical Christmas Train

River Fox Train 18095 County Road 117, West Sacramento

FOX RIVER TRAIN. Santa’s elves will be on board the train to guide passengers in holiday sing-a-longs, elfish games, and fun festive activities. Children can remind Santa how nice they have been all year with a letter to Santa. Each ticket includes a 1-hour train ride, hot cocoa, a souvenir mug, and a cookie. 10a—7p. $10—59

$10 – $59
Recurring

Peter and the Wolf & The Nutcracker “Sweet”

Woodland Opera House 340 2nd Street, Woodland

WOODLAND OPERA HOUSE. Two beautiful ballet one-acts presented in one production! Sergei Prokoviev’s Symphonic Fairy Tale for children comes to life in this winter premiere of Peter and the Wolf. After a brief intermission, families will be treated to a short and “sweet” re-telling of the traditional Christmas Ballet, The Nutcracker. Thurss & Fris a 7p; Sat. at 2p & 7p; Sun. at 2p. $8—28

$5 – $16
Recurring

Tales for Tails

Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library 315 East 14th Street, Davis

STEPHENS DAVIS BRANCH LIBRARY. Read to a therapy dog! For ages 5-12, in the Children’s Activity Room. Sign up for a 10-minute reading slot at the Children’s Desk on the afternoon of the program, no prior registration. 3p–4:30p.

Free
Recurring

Peter and the Wolf & The Nutcracker “Sweet”

Woodland Opera House 340 2nd Street, Woodland

WOODLAND OPERA HOUSE. Two beautiful ballet one-acts presented in one production! Sergei Prokoviev’s Symphonic Fairy Tale for children comes to life in this winter premiere of Peter and the Wolf. After a brief intermission, families will be treated to a short and “sweet” re-telling of the traditional Christmas Ballet, The Nutcracker. Thurss & Fris a 7p; Sat. at 2p & 7p; Sun. at 2p. $8—28

$5 – $16
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