For the third year, the Crocker Art Museum celebrated Presidents Day by treating families to a day of art, music and hands-on events, the Sacramento Bee reported. In addition to touring the second-floor exhibits of African and African American art, visitors could play on handmade instruments in one display and learn how to string their own beads in another.
Visitors could also listen to the wisdom of Sacramento quilters in the Sisters Quilting Collective exhibit, dance along with Tina B and the Sacramento Soul Line Dancers, and watch a tribute to the Jacksons, performed by dancers from the Studio T Urban Dance Academy.
According to the Museum’s Communications Director, the celebration was expected to draw 3,000 visitors.
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