January 14, 11:00 am
Art Rx is now open to those with chronic pain and caregivers for people facing the end of life. If you are in one of these communities, you and your guest(s) are invited to enjoy facilitated group conversations about select pieces of art with an accomplished docent. The goal of Art Rx is to encourage positive experiences that reduce the burden of chronic pain and caregiver burnout. No prior art knowledge is necessary.
First-time participants: Please arrive 15 to 30 minutes early for check-in. Art Rx is presented in collaboration with the Center for Pain Medicine’s Integrative Pain Management Program, part of the UC Davis Health System.
Admission is free for everyone. Advanced registration is required and is available at CrockerArtMuseum.org. Call 916.808.1962 or email email@example.com with questions.
New Food Options Come to the Corner of Freeport Blvd. and Sutterville Road in Land Park.
After remaining empty since 2012 , Dali’s Kitchen moved in to the building once occupied by Ford’s Real Hamburgers. Located at 1948 Sutterville Road, across the street from William Land Park, Dali’s is a family-run Mexican restaurant. The restaurant is owned by Dali Magallon, a native of Bellavista, Mexico and will feature staples such as enchiladas, burritos and carne asada. The menu will expand over time with Magallon’s specialties. 916.573.3863
Dali’s is behind Shabu Pub, a restaurant that opened last Fall in the building that previously housed the Blockbuster video store at 4400 Freeport Blvd. Ste 160. This is a “hot pot” restaurant, where meals are cooked at your table. The restaurant has a modern, spacious layout. Standard entrée plates range from $14 – 20 with veggie, pork, American wagyu and Japanese wagyu for $39. Reservations accepted. 916.736.1268.
Aerospace Museum to Debut Leonardo da Vinci “Machines in Motion”
Debuts February 6
On display for the very first time in California, guests of all ages will be fascinated by the dramatic and interactive Leonardo da Vinci “Machines in Motion” international traveling exhibit coming soon to the Aerospace Museum of California. Forty impressive machine replicas will be on special display, occupying nearly 9,000-square feet of space inside the Museum. All of the hands-on machines are based on Leonardo da Vinci’s visionary designs and innovative notebook drawings that have been meticulously constructed by a modern team of scientists and craftsmen in collaboration with the Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Florence, Italy. Museum guests will have the unique opportunity to set the machines in motion while learning and exploring the wide range of mechanical principles da Vinci employed to create each one. Grouped together in four sections, according to the element which the machine operates or from which it draws power — Earth, Water, Air and Fire – the exhibit features visionary early inventions such as the helicopter, glider, armored tank, drive transmission, printing press, bicycle, robot and more. In addition, a da Vinci themed PlayZone will also be available for very young children to inspire creative learning.
About the Aerospace Museum of California
Located in a spacious facility at McClellan Business Park in Sacramento, the Aerospace Museum of California is one of aviation’s greatest showcases that captures the allure of flight. With a wide range of impressive military and civilian aircraft on display – from biplanes to Russian MIGs — and an extensive engine collection, the Museum also offers a state-of-the-art STEM learning laboratory or “Flight Zone” with 10 interactive digital flight stations. The Museum is committed to providing a world-class experience along with the opportunity to learn about and celebrate aviation’s past, present and future. AeroSpaceCA.org