Things To Do In Parkway

Up to 52% Off Bridal Show

Bridal Showcase Sacramento

Hyatt Regency

$30 $15

Bridal showcase invites couples to meet, greet, and exchange contact info with local wedding professionals in anticipation of their big day

Up to 51% Off Discovery Flight Lesson

Bravo Mike Aviation

Sacramento Executive Airport

$250 $125

FAA flight instructor teaches safety during ground instruction before a 30-minute flight over Sacramento

Up to 52% Off Roller-Skating at The Rink

The Rink

Sacramento

$25 $12

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Roller-skating with traditional quad skates under a light show to the sounds of DJ’ed music

Up to 48% Off 30-Minute Flyboard Session

California Flyboards

North Sacramento

$150 $79

To hover in the air, participants strap on a Flyboard powered with water jets that are propelled by an attached watercraft

89% Off Three-Course Cooking Class and Wine

Napoli Culinary Academy

Arden - Arcade

$300 $34

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Chef guides students through Italian, Persian, Filipino, Mexican, or other international meals during three-course cooking classes with wine

Up to 56% Off Audio Mixing and Mastering

Live 2 Grind Die 2 Shine

On Location

$200 $95

Sound engineers help artists and musicians get a professional sound with mixing and mastering for one or two tracks

Up to 49% Off at the California State Fair

California State Fair

North Sacramento

$37 $19.50

Now in its 161st year, the California State Fair packs its grounds with carnival rides, live music, food vendors, and interactive displays

47% Off The Slime Run 5K

The Slime Run

Sacramento Raceway

$54.68 $29

Get slimed as you make your way along a 5K path rife with slippery obstacles

Weezer, The Offspring, Tech N9ne – Up to 30% Off

Monster Energy Aftershock Festival

Discovery Park

$74.45 $52

(3601)
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Monsters of alternative rock, punk music, hip-hop, and heavy metal fill a full day of outdoor music

Up to 51% Off Pontoon Rentals

Granite Bay Rentals

Sacramento

$350 $175

Groups of up to 12 board an engine-powered pontoon—equipped with couches, a canopy, and an mp3 hook-up—and cruise the Sacramento River

74% Off Laser Tag at Lazer X

Lazer X

Arden - Arcade

$77 $20

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During games, players face off in a 3,500 sq. ft. laser-tag arena with two levels, mirrors, and other obstacles

Up to 52% Off at Fit4Mom Sacramento

Fit4Mom Sacramento

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

Moms workout with babies in tow while power walking and performing exercises with strollers, resistance tubing, and the environment

86% Off at Sacramento Bikram Yoga

Sacramento Bikram Yoga

East Sacramento

$135 $19

Bikram yoga instructors guide students through the discipline’s patented series of 26 poses and two breathing exercises

Up to 53% Off from David Gums at Bing Maloney

David Gums at Bing Maloney

Southwestern Sacramento

$80 $39

Assistant golf professional David Gums helps golfers perfect their swings and fits them with the proper equipment

Up to 71% Off Kids' Conditioning Program

Athletic Kids Academy

North Sacramento

$75 $22

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Conditioning program designed to combat childhood obesity helps kids build strength and encourages a more active lifestlye

Up to 55% Off Painting Class at Just For Fun Art

Just For Fun Art

Just For Fun Art

$70 $35

Students follow an instructor step-by-step to create acrylic or mix-media masterpieces, all while sipping BYOB beverages

78% Off Hot-Yoga Classes at Yoga Loka

Yoga Loka

East Sacramento

$135 $30

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Attentive instructors teach the tenets of yoga philosophy and lead students of all abilities through hot Bikram-style classes

Up to 77% Off Classes at Rise Yoga Studio

Rise Yoga Studio

Sacramento

$70 $20

Instructors lead students in Hatha, rigorous Vinyasa, and the gentler restorative yoga with hot stones

Up to 55% Off Hookah and Drinks

The Spot Hookah Lounge

Vintage Park

$39 $19

Soothing flavored hookah for two or four people includes a choice of soft drink, Snapple, or energy drink

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LaZerCity gives laser lovers an exciting venue to practice blaster tag tricks during its Unlimited LaZertag (valued at $20 per session), a three-hour excursion through a neon-lit darkness filled with fog. LaZerCity provides the lightest available laser-tag equipment, allowing both adults and future adults to play with ease while dodging each other’s faux bullets in faux slow motion. Beyond the city of lasers’ brilliant gates, a network of dark passageways houses distant planets, neutral-for-now transformers, and skirmishing space cruisers illustrated in bright greens, oranges, and pinks. As players sneak through the corridors flinging sparks of light from their weapons, a bluish, shimmering floor and highlighted pillars mark the path to lasery illumination.

9844 Business Park Drive
Sacramento,
CA
US

LA Boxing offers fitness classes in boxing, kickboxing, and mixed martial arts. The proprietary style of the LA Boxing workout is a mixture of genuine fight training, engaging fitness, and stronger-than-earth gravity. Quasi-boxers and martial artists may burn from 800 to more than 1,000 calories during these total-body routines, which combine external inspiration with jukes, jabs, and kicks. Both men and women are welcome in the ring, where they'll learn new techniques and methods to blissfully break into a sweat in an energetic group setting. Gloves are provided during the one-month trial membership, as are a set of reusable pro-quality hand wraps and complimentary motivational mumbling from Burgess Meredith (all three subject to availability).

8241 Bruceville Rd
Sacramento,
CA
US

Bond Driving School is the largest driving school in the Central Valley. We provide professional drivers education and in car training using our newer model Toyota Prius and Corollas. We drive 7 days a week and pick up and drop of is included. Let us teach your loved ones how to become safe and competent drivers.

3333 Balmoral Dr
Sacramento,
CA
US

For almost a century, Haggin Oaks Golf Complex has been racking up awards as a premier golfing destination for skills development, the latest in golf gear, and on-course play. Visitors walk in the footsteps of some of the game's greatest players, including Sam Snead, Walter Hagen, and the legendary Ben Hogan, who won his first professional paycheck here in 1938, when paychecks were still oversized and had to travel by mule. The complex's array of amenities lives up to it historical pedigree, helping players develop through lessons with nationally recognized pros, encouraging them to practice their swing on the 100-stall lighted driving range, and setting them loose on one of two 18-hole courses. Beginners can ease into the game at the developmental Arcade Creek course, and those looking for a more traditional and difficult layout can try their hand at the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course.

Designed by the great architect Alister MacKenzie, whose projects include some of the most storied courses in the history of the game, such as Augusta National, Cypress Point, and Royal Melbourne, MacKenzie Golf Course envelops players in a pristine, 350-acre alleyway that offers almost no distractions from the outside world or to-do lists written in sand traps. After looping either course, players can stop in at MacKenzie's Sports Bar and Grille to replenish calories burnt on the links through traditional pub fare and 15 beers on tap while they watch sports on 10 flat-screen televisions.

The MacKenzie Course shares the limelight with the 18-hole Arcade Creek Course, a relatively flat, 6,818-yard layout designed for more novice golfers. The course's modest length and large greens make it an ideal venue for players to groom their swing or practice playing with a titanium-plated hockey stick.

Winner of Golf World's Top Public Golf Shop award, the Golf Super Shop showcases an inventory of gear from hundreds of top brands across 15,000 square feet of retail space. A 1929 Ford Model T truck hoists hundreds of Callaway golf balls, a 1,000-square-foot indoor putting green invites players to test out putters, and large spaces dedicated to Nike and Adidas apparel offer plenty of clothing options for your next outing. Additionally, the shop's club fitters use a variety of club-fitting technologies to ensure a set of irons doesn't end up colluding against its new owner.

Course at a Glance: MacKenzie Golf Course:

  • 18-hole, par 72 designed by Alister MacKenzie
  • Length of 6,991 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 72.5 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 122 from the farthest tees
  • Four tee options
  • Scorecard

    Course at a Glance: Arcade Creek Course:

    • 18-hole, par 72 course
    • Length of 6,818 yards from the farthest tees
    • Course rating of 71.8 from the farthest tees
    • Slope rating of 118 from the farthest tees
    • Six tee options
    • Scorecard

3645 Fulton Ave
Sacramento,
CA
US

In the horror films of the 1960s and '70s, zombies were represented as hordes of frightening—albeit sluggish—undead. These days, the typical zombie has a little more spring in his step. During zombie apocalypse–themed tag at Play2Survive, the undead chase after humans who seek shelter at several designated checkpoints. Fortunately, the zombies are only fellow participants, who "infect" the living by tagging them. Meanwhile, racers who retain their humanity must reach a minimum of five checkpoints scattered around the course before crossing the finish line. The first survivors in the team and solo categories to make it back to headquarters receive prizes. The top flesh-eaters among the zombies also get rewards, presumably including a spot as a backup moaner on some pop star's new album.

The touring event is the brainchild of Project TMD, a group of friends who spent their college days scouring California for large-scale role-playing opportunities. Eager to share their passion for fitness and fun with others, the Project TMD crew now stages their own events across the state. The group also does its part to provide local high schools with resources for physical fitness and outdoor play. Project TMD encourages Play2Survive participants to sponsor a local high school of their choice. The school whose sponsors earn the most points receives a portion of the event's proceeds—as does the parks and recreation district hosting the game.

PO Box 206
Sacramento,
CA
US

The word asha translates to "alive and well"—a phrase that fits Asha Yoga's mission to provide the community with a place to cultivate a healthy, well-rounded yoga practice. Founder Cori Martinez expounds on this vision in a virtual orientation, explaining that although the studio does not promulgate a particular style of yoga, it does adhere to basic yogic principles: the integration of breath and movement, the practice of meditation, and the balance of effort and ease. The studio incorporates these facets into classes for students of all ability levels. "We know that each person has different needs and we support that," Martinez explains. Seven days a week, a dozen teachers, including Martinez, guide students through poses that lengthen and strengthen muscles. They also offer a teacher-training program for aspiring instructors or students who want to deepen their practice.

Beyond classroom hours, a handful of teachers maintain blogs that break down common myths about yoga. One recent entry shed light on the misconception that yoga is for flexible people, while another busted the myth that yoga is a dairy product made of fermented milk.

3610 McKinley Blvd
Sacramento,
CA
US