This is a listing of regularly occurring events in or near Davis. You also may be interested in other events calendars.

Weekly Events

Monday

Event Name Date/Time Location Description
ASUCD Academic Affairs Commission Meeting 6:30PM MU Fielder Room
ASUCD Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission Meeting 7:30PM MU Garrison Room
ASUCD Internal Affairs Commission Meeting 5:10PM MU Garrison Room
Campus Unions Programs CoHo Live 5-7 PM MU CoHo
Dance Lessons by the Davis Social Dance Club 7:00PM during the quarter ARC First lesson free, following lessons are $5 each. Check link out http://www.angelfire.com/dc2/ucdsocialdance/ for more information.-2006-06-27 Is Social Dance Club still active?? Their website hasn't been updated since May of 2005.BobbyGray
Davis College Green Party 5:10 - 6:00PM Wellman 109 Check out http://www.ucdgreens.org/ for details.
On Campus Co-ops Applicant Potluck 7:00PM On Campus Co-ops Awesome people and delicious vegetarian food. Be sure to come by if you're a student looking for a place to live next year!
The de Vere's Irish Pub Pub 33 Pub Quiz / Trivia Night 7:00 - 9:00 PM de Vere's Irish Pub Raucous fun! Teams of up to six compete for large gift certificates. Dr. Andy hosts. No reservations, so send a team member early to claim a table. Details at http://www.yourquizmaster.com
Open Shop @ Bike Fourth  4:00 - 8:00 PM Bike Forth at 4th St. & L St. Open shop is held every M W R night (4-8pm) at Bike Fourth.  We are a non-profit DIY bike collective, so come to work on your bike and learn new skills!  Everyone is welcome here. 
Davis Wushu 8-10PM The Pavilion at ARC Enjoy a great workout with an energetic student group and learn Chinese martial arts! After a one week trial there is a $25 membership fee per quarter or $60 membership fee per year.

Tuesday

Event Name

Date/Time Location Description
$5 Movie Tuesday   Signature Stadium 5 and Holiday Cinema 6.
Free Tuesday Lunch at Hillel House 12:00PM Hillel House
ACLU Meeting 7:00PM Wellman 201
ASUCD Business and Finance Commission Meeting 6:30PM MU Fielder Room
ASUCD Environmental Policy and Planning Commission Meeting 7:30PM MU Garrison Room (2nd fl.)
ASUCD External Affairs Commission Meeting 5:00PM MU Garrison Room (2nd fl.)
ASUCD Gender and Sexuality Commission Meeting 4:30PM MU Moss Room (3rd fl.)
Davis Community Meals evening meal 5:45PM The Episcopal Church of St. Martin
DCF Summer Bible Study 7:00-8:30PM Hickey Gym 290 Davis Christian Fellowship - Free and open to the public. Anyone interested in God, the Bible, worship, and fellowship is welcome.
Dollar Ice Cream Night at Baskin Robbins 6:00PM Both Baskin Robbins locations Enjoy your favorite ice cream for only a dollar! Note: expect a long line, but it's not bad if you go early
Davis College Democrats 6:00PM Wellman Hall 106
Juggling 6PM-ish to 9PM-ish Central Park
City Council Meeting 6:30PM Community Chambers except on the fifth Tuesday of any month and Tuesdays prior to a holiday.
Senior Discount Days   Downtown Davis Seniors save 10% at 17 participating retailers.
Applicant Potluck 7:00PM On Campus Co-ops Awesome people and delicious vegetarian food. Be sure to come by if you're a student looking for a place to live next year!
Open Media Sessions at Davis Media Access 5:00PM-6:00PM Davis Media Access Free and open to the public. Anyone Interested in Films, TV, Youtube, etc. should check this out. note=discontinued for now
Outdoor Adventures Open Roll 8:00-10:00PM Rec Pool $5 and open to the public. Come practice rolling a kayak in the Rec Pool. BYOK or borrow one of the few on hand.
Bible Study group 8:00-10:00PM Wellman Hall 129 Free and open to the public. Anyone interested in the Bible is welcome.
Curtain Call at City Hall 8:30PM - 10:30 Bistro 33 Some of the finest names in comedy. Past comics have been featured on HBO, Comedy Central, Saturday Night Live.
Salsa Night at the Davis Graduate 9:30pm - 1AM Davis Graduate SALSA Night with DjNehad. Free dance lessons followed by Salsa, Merengue, and Tropical music until 1AM. 18+ / $5 cover
Trivia Night at Sophia's Thai Kitchen 10PM - midnightish Sophia's Trivia! Teams answer questions about stuff no one cares about for the chance to win some prizes — usually in the form of free drinks.
WTF - Women/Trans/Femme at Bike Forth 4:00PM-7:00PM Bike Forth at 4th St. & L St. Women/Trans/Femmes weekly open shop held at Bike Forth. Workshops held from 4-4:30.  Every other tuesday.  (Starting 2/10/15)  $5

Beer Tasting, Growler Fills Sudwerk Brewery Dock Store

6 to 7:30 Sudwerk Brewery Dock Store Come enjoy 4 taps pouring Sudwerk's specialty beers. Have a taste, a pint or take home a 1/2 gallon growler. Growler fill and pint Special for $10

Tap the Mic Tuesdays, Open Mic event at Sudwerk Brewery Dock Store

6 to 7:30 Sudwerk Brewery Dock Store Gather 'round and share a tune, crack a joke, the mic is yours. Held on the first Tuesday of every month.
Parent Support Group 5:30pm - 6:30pm Conference Room in the County of Yolo Davis Office Building on 600 A Street, Davis, CA 95616 Parents are welcomed to join us at this drop-in Parent Support Group every Tuesday from 5:30-6:30pm. Bring in a topic of your own to discuss with other parents or participate in discussions on such topics such as: Avoiding arguments and power struggles with your kids; Why kids whine; Handling social media; "Kids Cook Monday" and so on. Group is facilitated by Victor Community Support Services of Davis.
Board Games at Bizarro World 6:00pm to 9:00pm Bizarro World Bring your own games or play with what is on hand at the store.
Woodland Area Roller Derby practice 6:00pm - 8:00pm John H. Ferns Park, 750 W Southwood Dr, Woodland, CA 95695 Drop by to learn about roller derby and join the league.  Loaner gear is available.  www.woodlandarearollerderby.com

Wednesday

Tai Chi Chuan 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Eves. Davis Art Center Instructor Denise Lichtig, M.S., L.Ac.
Davis Daytime Toastmasters 12:00PM - 1:00PM 2020 Research Park Drive, Suite 100 Toastmasters is one of the easiest and most effective ways to improve your speaking ability, leadership skills, and self confidence.
Picnic In The Park (Farmer's Market) March-November: 4:30PM - 8:30PM Central Park This is a very popular local event, featuring food vendors, musical performances, and of course fresh produce.
Ultimate Frisbee Pick-up Game 5:00PM-dark Russell Field on UCD campus Weekly co-ed pick-up game—all levels welcome. Bring water and light and dark shirts.
Applicant dinner at The Domes 6:00PM The Domes Come see what we're all about! Dinner starts at 6pm. Currently accepting applications for this year and next. Must be a UCD Student to apply. Bring a small dish to share. Call (530) 754-0389 to let us know you're coming.
Davis College Democrats 6:00PM Wellman Hall 230 We are the margin of victory
Scrabble with the The Unofficial Davis Scrabble Club Around 6:30PM Central Park and Crepeville We have players at every level and everyone is welcome! Look for the people with the Scrabble boards. We meet around 6:30pm at Central Park April through October and at Crepeville November through March. If you have a deluxe board, bring it!
UCD Night at Rocknasium 6:00PM Rocknasium Show your UCD Student ID after 6:00PM and get in for $5.
Applicant Potluck 7:00PM On Campus Co-ops Awesome people and delicious vegetarian food. Be sure to come by if you're a student looking for a place to live next year!
SickSpits Open Mics 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month, 7pm TCS Building Spoken Word Open Mics. Sign-ups at 6:45 (unless there's a poetry slam instead of an open mic).
Davis Skate

 

7:00PM 4th and C Streets Downtown Experience the many great bike paths and parks of Davis on rollerblades after enjoying the Farmer's Market.
Irish Music Session 7:00PM-10:00PM Delta of Venus A public jam session intended to keep traditional Irish music alive... Fun to listen to, and play along with (if you can keep up).
Asian American Association 7:15PM Hunt Hall 100
Davis College Republicans 8:00PM Hart Hall 1150 New members are welcome!
International Social Dance Club 8:00pm ARC Pavilion Come learn dances from around the world. No experience required. Fun, great exercise, free cookies!
Open Mic Night 8:00PM Sophia's Thai Kitchen Open to all genres! Sign-ups begin at 7pm.
$1 Beers at Sudwerk 9:00PM to midnight Sudwerk $3 cover, then all the dollar cups o' the best beer in Davis that you can drink.
German Regular Table - Deutscher Stammtisch at Sudwerk 9:15 PM to midnight Sudwerk Wir sprechen deutsch - but you don't need to be German, just enjoy the language.
Dance Party with DJ Larry Rodriguez 10:00PM G Street Pub Spinning funk, soul, reggae, latin grooves, afrobeat, and bhangra at the G Street Pub. No cover! 10PM start, 21+, $1 Pabst. Brought to you by KDVS
"RECESS Wednesday EDM night" 9:15 pm no cover http://www.Facebook.com/RecessAHouseElectroNight Electronic Dance Music is becoming more popular by the day, and FINALLY, Davis has a weekly event that features ALL EDM, all flavors, all night. House, electro, mainstream remixes, dubstep, and moombah, with a special guest Headliner Dj every Wednesday, and resident Djs Thick Nasti Beatz and Rich Resey More details at www.facebook.com/RecessAHouseElectroNight
Davis Wushu 8-10PM The Pavilion at ARC Enjoy a great workout with an energetic student group and learn Chinese martial arts! After a one week trial there is a $25 membership fee per quarter or $60 membership fee per year.
ESL Class 10-11AM Pole Line Rd. Baptist Church- 770 Pole Line Rd. English Class for Adults. $5/year donation. Child Care available. If interested please contact Sarah at mannix_sarah@yahoo.com.

Thursday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
[Every other Thursday: [Free and "Anonymous HIV Testing"/Counseling]
1:00PM - 4:00PM
Cross Cultural Center
anonymous HIV testing
Music Department Noon Concert
12:00PM
varies, see events calendar
free
ASUCD Senate meetings
6:10PM
Mee Room of the Memorial Union
English Country Dancers Weekly Practice
6:45PM
The Quad near flagpole on quad
We're a dance group dedicated to teaching/rehearsing set dances from Renaissance England in preparation for performance at Renaissance Faires, and we welcome dancers of all levels. Come join us for an evening of dance and good company!
Floor Hockey in Sacramento
6:30PM - 9:00PM
Sacramento
Applicant Potluck
7:00PM
On Campus Co-ops
Awesome people and delicious vegetarian food. Be sure to come by if you're a student looking for a place to live next year!
Spiritist Group of Davis
7:00PM - 8:30PM
4005 Cowell Blvd. #305
Community of Silo's Message gatherings
7:30PM

Davis Food Co-op

8:00 PM every 1st and 3rd Thursday

Poetry Night at the Natsoulas Gallery, 521 1st Street

- 8-9 PM featured guest(s) reading

- 9-10 PM open mic

- 10 PM and after, after party at De Vere's

Delta of Venus Live Music
usually 8:30PM
Delta of Venus
See their calendar. Touring and local bands. Usually free.
Filmmakers' Ambitions
8:30PM
Young Hall 198
Salsa Dancing at The Grad
9:30PM
The Grad
Lessons at 9:30PM followed by DJ dancing with Nehad
Retro Film Revival
10:00PM
Holiday Cinema 6
$5 (appears to be on permanent hiatus)
College Night at Bistro 33
Bistro 33
Featuring $3 well drinks and $5 Long Islands, Adios MoFo's and Jager and great top 40 R&B music in the most upscale atmosphere in town. NO cover charge ever!
Students for Nichiren Buddhism Club Meeting
8:00-9:00
Olson 101
Study Buddhism!
Beer Tasting and Growler Fills Sudwerk Brewery Dock Store
4:00-8:00PM
Sudwerk Brewery
Come enjoy 4 taps pouring Sudwerk's specialty beers. Have a taste, a pint or take home a 1/2 gallon growler
Tai Chi
6:30 pm
Westwood Park
Tai Chi Chuan taught by Sifu Denise Platt Lichtig

Friday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
Ride the Davis Bike Loop
10:00AM
Meet in front of the entrance to the Vets Center at 14th and B Streets
Newcomers welcome! Join the leisurely paced ride with our friends Dutch Martinich and Gerry Peterson of the Davis Bike Club, for an approximately 15-18 mile ride around the Bike Loop and other greenbelt paths. Meet in front of the entrance to the Vets Center at 14th and B Streets, Fridays at 10am. The ride finishes in the downtown area, with a stop for refreshments if riders are interested. Helmets are required. If in doubt about the weather, contact the ride leaders at dmartinich@att.net or gnjpeter0856@juno.com
DRAGON meeting
5PM-12AM
Wellman top floor
Role-Playing Games, CCG and board gaming. Meets at Original Steve's during school holidays.
Friday Night Magic
Signups Begin @ 5PM until late night.
Drom's Comics and Cards
Casual Sanctioned Draft with Prize Support!
Dinner and Shabbat Service
7:00pm
Hillel House
$5.00 Per Person
Latin American Film Series
7:00pm
1322 Storer Hall
Free
Spiritual Healing Clinic
7:00PM
Michelle Marchand's home (Inner Light Healing Clinic)
Bring any physical, emotional, or spiritual issues to work on. Done on a drop-in, donation basis. Please call for more info. 530-758-8206.
Delta of Venus Live Music
usually 8:30PM
Delta of Venus
See their calendar. Touring and local bands. Usually free.
Beer Tasting, Growler Fills and Brewery Tours Sudwerk Brewery Dock Store
4:00-8:00PM
Sudwerk Brewery
Come enjoy 4 taps pouring Sudwerk's specialty beers. Have a taste, a pint or take home a 1/2 gallon growler

Davis Musical Theatre Co.

EVITA

 

Tickets Available at:

http://www.dmtc.org

607 Pena Drive

Friday, Saturdays

8:15 pm

 

Sundays: 2:15 PM

 

Saturday

Event Name  Birds of a Feather (free festival and open house)
Date/Time Saturday/Feb 7, 2015 2:00-6:00pm
Location Davis- South Peregrine School 2650 Lillard Dr. Davis, Ca 95618
Description Peregrine School invites the public to this free festival and open house. There will be live music, food and drinks. More info at https://t.e2ma.net/webview/wjrev/15e6e6f6e842d7459c0be39cb185b0b2/
http://peregrineschool.org//
Pasion de Gotan: Close Embrace Argentine Tango
4 PM -7 PM
Fiesta DanceN' Fitness (917 3rd Street, Davis, CA)
Pasion de Gotan is the newest Argentine Tango instruction in Davis. Our mission is to share the rich history, the tradition, the music, and the subculture of Tango with the Davis community. 4:00-5:15: Level I -beginner's. 5:15-5:45: Free Practica. 5:45-7:00 Level II - Intermediate. More info at http://pasiondegotan.weebly.com/
NEW Dance Program for Adults
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
The Ballroom of Sacramento (6009 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA)
MONTHLY DANCE PROGRAM: This program is for adults age 18-30. Reduce social anxiety and improve social skills while learning to dance. Lessons cover VERBAL/NON-VERBAL, COMMUNICATION SKILLS, FRIENDSHIP SKILLS, DANCE ETIQUETTE, BODY AWARENESS, COORDINATION AND POSTURE. PROGRAM RUNS MONTH-TO-MONTH ($96.00 per month.) Includes 4 private weekly dance lessons and social skills group. Lesson is from 11-12. Lunch is from 12-1. Please bring money for lunch. New Groups start OCTOBER 6TH, NOVEMBER 3, DECEMBER 1. If you are interested in learning more about the program contact: MARILYN L PERRY, PHD 916-284-6712 marilynlperry@yahoo.com
NEW Dance Program for ages 13-18
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
The Ballroom of Sacramento (6009 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA)
MONTHLY DANCE PROGRAM: This program is for teens age 13-18. Reduce social anxiety and improve social skills while learning to dance. Lessons cover VERBAL/NON-VERBAL, COMMUNICATION SKILLS, FRIENDSHIP SKILLS, DANCE ETIQUETTE, BODY AWARENESS, COORDINATION AND POSTURE. The Dance Program costs $96 per month. Program runs month-to-month. Includes 4 private weekly dance lessons and social skills group. Group meets for lunch after the lesson from 10am-11am. Please bring money for lunch. New Groups start OCTOBER 6TH, NOVEMBER 3, DECEMBER 1. If you are interested in learning more about the program contact: MARILYN L PERRY, PHD 916-284-6712 marilynlperry@yahoo.com
Farmer's Market
8:00AM - 1:00PM
Central Park
This is one of the best and most popular farmer's markets in the region.
Co-Dependents Anonymous
9:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Davis Lutheran Church (corner of 8th & B)
Twelve Step fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is recovery from codependence and the development and maintenance of healthy relationships.
Davis Community Meals noon meal
11:30AM
The Episcopal Church of St. Martin
Yolo County SPCA Pet Adoptions
12:00 to 4:00 P.M.
Petco
Most Saturdays. Petco in the The Marketplace
Lord's Day Worship
3:00PM
770 Pole Line Road
Anyone who would like to worship the Creator God (Jesus, Allah,...) on the Lord's Day is welcome.
Delta of Venus Live Music
usually 8:00PM
Delta of Venus
See their calendar. Touring and local bands. Usually free.
KetMoRee Dance Party with Dj Skil'D
10:00pm-2:00am
KetMoRee
Late Night Happy Hour 10:00-11:30 $3 Wells Drinks $3 Draft Beers
Beer Tasting, Growler Fills and Brewery Tours Sudwerk Brewery Dock Store
3:00-8:00PM
Sudwerk Brewery
Come enjoy 4 taps pouring Sudwerk's specialty beers. Have a taste, a pint or take home a 1/2 gallon growler

Davis Musical Theatre Co.

EVITA

 

Tickets Available at:

http://www.dmtc.org

607 Pena Drive

Friday, Saturdays

8:15 pm

 

Sundays: 2:15 PM

Sunday

Davis Shambhala Meditation Center
9:00-10:00AM
133 D St.
Meditation. Instruction available. Children/Family Program also

Family Story Time @ Whole Foods Market Davis

11:00AM-12:00PM

Stories are read, snacks are enjoyed, and fun is had by all who attend this FREE event organized by Barefoot Discovery.

Food Not Bombs serves free vegan food
1:00PM-1:30PM
Central Park 4th & C at the benches
Free meal for EVERYBODY (rich, poor, student, etc.)
Ultimate Frisbee Pick-up Game
2:00PM
Russell Field on UCD campus
Weekly co-ed pick-up game—all levels welcome. Bring water and light and dark shirts.
Crossings

Davis Musical Theatre Co.

EVITA

 

Tickets Available at:

http://www.dmtc.org

607 Pena Drive

Friday, Saturdays

8:15 pm

 

Sundays: 2:15 PM

6:00PM
Davis Lutheran Church (corner of 8th & B)
A brief, relaxed service featuring a wide variety of music from blues/jazz to modern Christian rock. Committed to maintaining a safe, inclusive environment open to anyone interested in exploring spirituality in a Christian context. Crossings
Applicant Potluck
7:00PM
On Campus Co-ops
Awesome people and delicious vegetarian food. Be sure to come by if you're a student looking for a place to live next year!
Davis International Folk Dancers
7:00PM
Davis Art Center
Have fun doing dances from Serbia, Israel, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, and other countries
Progressive Coalition
7:00PM
Cantina del Cabo

Monthly Events

Monday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
The Avid Reader Book Club
Fourth Monday of each month (except Dec) at 7:30PM
The Avid Reader
Internet Users Group of Davis
Second Monday 7:00PM-8:30PM
Senior Center
LUGOD - The Linux Users' Group of Davis tech. presentations
Third Monday 7:00PM-9:00PM
Davis Branch Library or Explorit Science Center (Mace Ranch Facility) 3141 5th Street
The primary meeting location is the Blanchard Room in the Davis Branch Library. Explorit is used occasionally as a backup venue. Please check lugod.org for the upcoming meeting location.
Performer's Circle
Fourth Monday
Village Homes Community Center
Yolo County Republican Party Central Committee
First Monday 7:00PM
Hallmark Inn
Date and Venue are subject to change periodically so please check the webpage calendar from the website link above for details.
Nonviolent Communication Practice Group
First and Third Monday at 6:00PM
The Episcopal Church of St. Martin in classroom 8
A free group to come practice some new communication skills. Learn how to turn fights into oppourtunities for intimacy and connection.

Tuesday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
Davis Mac Users Group
Second Tuesdays 7:00PM-9:00PM
Senior Center
DMUG is open to all ages and, yes, students are welcomed. Users (and topics) range from novice to very advanced.
LUGOD - The Linux Users' Group of Davis social gatherings
First Tuesday 6:30PM-9:00PM
Sudwerk Now at Crepeville
Yolo Amateur Radio Society
First Tuesday 7:30PM
Explorit Science Center
Yolo County SPCA Cat Adoptions
Second & fourth Tuesday 5:30-7:30 PM
Petco
Relationships That Work for Us
Second and Fourth Tuesday of each new month, from 7:30 -9:00 PM
Yolo County Library - Mary L. Stephens Branch
A free group to look at relationship dynamics and roles. Explore how you've gotten stuck in certain patters in your relationships that no longer serve you, and find the tools and growth to be who you truly want to be in relationships.

Wednesday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
Alzheimer's Support Group
Third Wednesday
Senior Center
Blue Max Kart Club
First Wednesday 7:00PM
Cantina del Cabo
City / UCD Student Liaison Commission
First Wednesday (except in August) 4:30PM-6:00PM
Community Chambers
Davis Progressive Business Exchange
meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 11:45 am
Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second Street in Downtown Davis
The Davis Progressive Business Exchange provides a network for a diversified group of business leaders to enhance their services to the community through the development, growth, and maintenance of professional relationships. Business people interested in attending the luncheon can email Stewart Savage at info@abatonconsulting.com to make a reservation.
Flyway Nights Lecture Series
First Wednesday (November through April) 7:00 PM
Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Headquarters Building
M.I.N.D. Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series
Second Wednesday 4PM and 6PM
Sacramento
Poetry Night & Open Mic
1st Wednesdays of the month at 8:00 PM
Banquet Room at Bistro 33
Dr. Andy Jones hosts. Free admission. All are welcome.
Venture Club
2nd and 4th Wednesday
Yolo County Taxpayers Association
Third Wednesday 7:00PM
Woodland Public Library Leake Community Room
ZUGOD
Third Wednesday 12:10-1:30pm
1291 Social Sciences and Humanities Building
Zope Users Group of Davis
Davis Men's Community Talk & Drum Circle
Second Wednesay of each new month, from 7:00 -9:30 PM
International House
A structured gathering for men 18 years and older to talk about that which holds meaning. There is no charge for these monthly events. All men are welcome!

Thursday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
Green Party of Yolo County
Second Thursday 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Yolo County Library - Davis Branch back meeting room
Old North Davis Neighborhood Association
Fourth Thursday 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Hattie Weber Museum 5th & C Streets
Board Meeting. All neighborhood residents welcome.
Putah Creek Council presents CREEKSPEAK
Second Thursday, May-October 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
Winters Community Center, 201 Railroad Ave
Join us for a series of talks by local experts on the Putah Creek Watershed. Each Thursday talk is linked to an outdoor activity in the watershed the following Saturday. Putah Creek Council
Poetry Night & Open Mic
Third Thursdays of the month at 8:00 PM
John Natsoulas Gallery
Dr. Andy Jones hosts. Free admission. All are welcome. See http://www.poetryindavis.com
Café Cesaire
Last Thursday at 6:00-8:00 PM
International House
A forum exploring the French language’s different forms across the world.

Friday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
ArtAbout
Second Friday 7:00-9:00PM
Downtown
Hours vary, so check the web site.
Critical Mass
Last Friday 5:30PM (6:00PM roll out)
Central Park
All are welcome.
Contra Dancing
Third Friday 8-10:30PM (7:30PM beginner lesson)
Davis Athletic Club 1809 Picasso Avenue
Beginners welcome, no partner necessary.
International Film Series
First & Third Fridays 7:00 PM
International House Davis
Series runs from Sept.-May. Visit website for more details.

Saturday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
Winters Art Walk
First Saturday all day
Downtown Winters
Sacramento Second Saturday
Second Saturday 6:00-9:00/10:00PM
Sacramento
One of the best art walks anywhere, definitely worth the trip.
Stories on Stage Davis
Second Saturday 7:30pm-9pm
Pence Gallery
Short fiction by local writers read aloud by local actors.

Sunday

Event Name
Date/Time
Location
Description
Odd Fellows Bingo!
Second Sunday 12:00-4:00PM
Odd Fellows Lodge
All proceeds from Bingo! go to our charity partner. Visit the Davis Odd Fellows Bingo! website for more information.
Polyamory Gathering
Third Sunday (time varies)
See the polyamory page for location each month
An opportunity for polyamorous or poly-curious people to meet each other and discuss poly issues
Sacred Circle Dancing
Second Sunday 7:00-9:00 PM
International House
No prior experience is necessary. Dances are both lively and meditational. For more info, contact instructor Joan Rawles at jrawlesdavis@gmail.com.
Meditation Class
First Sunday 10:30 AM
International House
Taught by Alka Khurana. All classes are free with a membership registration (beginning at $20 per year).

Quarterly Events

Yearly Events

See Annual Events