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Experience Arts and Culture in Rancho Cordova

Post Date:02/24/2020 9:07 AM

Arts and culture is around every corner in Rancho Cordova lately! If you are looking for something fun and exciting to do, check out the following exhibits and shows.

Rhythm & Hues at City Hall: Rancho Cordova City Hall is home to an art show four times a year that features artists from the Rancho Cordova community. Each show has a different them or focus. Stop by City Hall now through April 17 for the Rhythm & Hues Art Exhibit. Learn more at CordovaCouncil.org.

Upcoming Literary Series at the California Capital Film Office: Rancho Cordova is now home to the California Capital Film Office located at 9845 Horn Road, Suite 100. Beginning on February 23 and through March 31, they are hosting a series of literary events featuring Emmy-Award winning and nominated actors and actresses. Learn more at CalCapFilm.com.

Mozart Madness Performance by Symphony d'Oro Rancho Cordova: When you think of a classical music performance, you may not expect a comedy bit or the opportunity to participate. However, if you attend a performance by Symphony d’Oro, you may just get both. In their upcoming performance, Mozart Madness on March 21 at City Hall, you will hear the sublime music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart incorporated with various multimedia pieces. Learn more at SymphonydOro.org.

Our Voice: Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award Winners at the MACC, March 4 - 21: This exhibit features titles that have been awarded the Coretta Scott King Book Award by the American Library Association. Named for Mrs. Coretta Scott King, author, activist, civil rights leader and the wife of Martin Luther King Jr., this award recognizes the works of outstanding African American authors and illustrators. Learn more at rcmacc.org.

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