Deals in Parkway

$75 for an Introduction to Firearms Class from GunladyDFI ($125 Value)

GunladyDFI

Sloughhouse

Comprehensive course at live-fire range covers firearms tactics and responsible storage

$125 $75

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One Ticket to a Sacramento Kings Game at Sleep Train Arena on December 26 or 27 (Up to 58% Off)

Sacramento Kings

Sleep Train Arena

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An exciting young Kings squad hosts the division-rival Suns and the Knicks; fans can shoot a free-throw after the game

$63.25 $34

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$20 for Registration for One Child in the Mud Factor Kidz Obstacle-Course Run ($40 Value)

Mud Factor Kidz

Granite Regional Park

Pint-sized version of the Mud Factor 5K sends kids ages 4–13 racing through mud pits and over obstacles in a fun, friendly competition

$40 $20

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$44 for a Racing Package with Four Races and Two Yearly Licenses at K1 Speed (Up to $91.96 Value)

K1 Speed

Sacramento

Eco-friendly electric karts; speeds up to 45 mph; karts for kids and adults; collection of racing memorabilia on display

$91.96 $44

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The Souletics Experience at The Brickhouse Gallery on Friday, December 19 (Up to 46% Off)

The Souletics Experience

The Brickhouse Gallery

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Social activist and artist combines poetry, music, and video with a message of social justice

$35 $19

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Harlem Globetrotters Game at Sleep Train Arena on January 18 or 19 at 2 p.m. (Up to 45% Off)

Harlem Globetrotters

Sleep Train Arena

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Ball-spinning antics abound as this world-famous exhibition basketball team dazzles in a comic and athletic performance

$57.75 $35

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PBR: Built Ford Tough Series at Sleep Train Arena on Friday, January 30, at 8 p.m. (31% Off)

PBR: Built Ford Tough Series

Sleep Train Arena

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Modern-day cowboys attempt to stay atop bucking bulls and ascend the standings in the 2015 PBR Ford Tough Series

$65.40 $45

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Two or Four Single-Day Admissions to Northern California Home & Landscape Expo on January 23–25 (Up to 54% Off)

Northern California Home & Landscape Expo

Cal Expo Fairgrounds

More than 1,000 exhibits showcase goods for improving homes and gardens, while workshops advise guests on DIY and remodeling projects

$14 $7

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The Sweet Spot Sacramento: Red Light Special on Thursday, January 15, at 8 p.m. (Up to 51% Off)

The Sweet Spot Sacramento: Red Light Special

Laughs Unlimited Comedy Club and Lounge

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Poets, burlesque performers, comics, and other artists explore sensuality in a high-energy performance devoted to “pop erotica”

$22.09 $11

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$13 for a Entry to the Sacramento Chocolate Salon ($25 Value)

The International Chocolate Salon

Embassy Suites-Sacramento Riverfront

Sample artisanal chocolates and confections from across Northern California during a celebration of all things chocolate

$25 $13

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A licensed cosmetologist, Irma Rossman's first goal is overall beauty enhancement. She meets that goal through detailed services such as cut and color treatments as well as extensions. To combat hair loss, she applies low-light laser therapy to repair damage, stop hair loss, and stimulate thicker growth. Medical hairpieces and follicle-release treatments are in her arsenal, as well. For busy clients, or those unable to get away from the office or couch fort, she also offers mobile specialty services.

8001 Florin Perkins Road
Florin,
CA
US

Full service interior design business. Designed and showed 2004 a street of dreams home. Specializing in larger 3000-10,000 square foot houses. Also offering one room design and room makeovers. No project is to small, to large, to old, to new but the result will be just right for each client.

37863 County Road 144
Clarksburg,
CA
US

Family-owned Husick's offers gourmet foodstuffs and gift baskets, wines, and periodic dinners in a charming country store. With a seat at a Winemaker's Dinner, you'll join up to 20 guests for a sumptuous, seasonal meal in the heart of the country, complete with an introduction to some regional wines and a chance to play footsy with a devilishly handsome Tule elk. The menu abounds with fresh, local ingredients, starting with crab cakes dressed in red-pepper aioli sauce ($11) and a salad of field greens, delta pears, Cypress Grove chevre and pear vinaigrette ($13). Roasted sage and butternut squash soup comes drizzled with truffle oil ($11) and tastes like autumn in a bowl, without the unpleasantness of dry leaf-bits between your teeth. For the main course, feast on braised short ribs in pinot noir sauce, roasted rosemary-garlic fingerling potatoes, french-cut green beans with prosciutto and mushrooms ($37) and a glass of Spoto cabernet ($21). Crème brûlée served with fresh berries and mint in chocolate cups ($14) provides an elegant companion to Bogle port ($8). Throughout your meal, you'll sample house wines from the likes of Old Vine Zin, James Blake, Tierra Del Ore, and Heringer Estates.

36510 Riverview Drive
Clarksburg,
CA
US

Cuisine Type: Winery

Established: 2004

Reservations: Optional

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular offering: Wines and a rustic event venue

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: Wine only

Outdoor Seating: Yes

The Carvalho family's history in the winemaking industry began in the vineyards of Portugal more than 100 years ago, right after drinking wine for pleasure was invented. Although the family has since immigrated to the rolling fields of Clarksburg Wine Country, the new generation of Carvalhos still hand-crafts small batches of wine with the same dedication as their ancestors. They source their grapes from local vineyards in the surrounding area to concoct a variety of California wines, including their crisp sauvignon blanc, creamy chardonnay, smooth pinot noir, and five-barrel tawny port, which can all be sipped in their quaintly appointed tasting room. In addition to tastings, the room hosts regular events including tastings, art openings, and live music.

The family further proves that they know how to entertain in their charming Old Sugar Mill event space, which hosts weddings and special occasions of all kinds beneath it's cathedral ceilings. John Carvalho renovated the space, but preserved its Old World?style brick walls and rustic doors.

35265 Willow Ave.
Clarksburg,
CA
US

More than a century ago, an industrious farmer named Gerard enlisted the help of bees to pollinate his family estate. Inadvertently, the buzzing insects fertilized a new passion for Gerard, one that would become a family tradition.

Four generations later, Gerard?Z Honeybees' bustling hives create more than a dozen local and monofloral honeys from such plants as star thistle, orange blossoms, and avocado blossoms. Because the honeys are completely raw and natural, they maintain the micro-nutritious qualities often left out of industrial varieties, and they may help allergy sufferers to acclimate to their local pollen varieties.

Gerard?Z holds year-round beekeeping workshops and honey tasting seminars at local wineries, nurseries, and farmers? markets throughout the Bay Area and Central Valley. During the classes and tastings, bee experts demystify the process of maintaining a hive, and people get the chance to taste the difference between clover honey, buckwheat honey, black sage honey, and Doritos honey. Gerard?Z also helps to maintain the delicate honeybee population by finding homes for wild swarms or colonies that have built hives in unwanted places and might otherwise fall prey to exterminators.

35265 Willow Ave.
Clarksburg,
CA
US

After visiting the vineyard that his great-grandfather planted in northern Italy, Ray Merlo and his wife, Robin, founded their own vineyard on the riverbanks of the tiny town of Hyampom in the mid-eighties. Since then, the business has expanded to a second tasting room located just outside of Sacramento in the wine region of Clarksburg. Each venture is operated under the family name of Merlo, which means ?blackbird? in Italian. The soil is rich with rock, gravel, and sand, and the diverse terrain makes for equally diverse grape varietals, all waiting to be converted into libations.

While in the tasting room in Clarksburg, visitors might feel as though they?ve been invited into the cellar itself, as they are surrounded by racks bearing dozens of barrels. The catalog of varietals?from Chardonnay to Syrah?is largely focused on red wines, incorporating the flavors, aromas, and terrior of Trinity County. The native focus of each bottle emphasizes what winemaker Steven Canter likes to think of as ?an elegant expression of the land.?

35265 Willow Avenue
Clarksburg,
CA
US