EVENTS

Events will be offered both live in Columbus Hall and over zoom.

  • CSUS Reception
    CSUS Reception
    Sep 28, 5:00 PM
    Columbus Hall, 5961 Newman Ct, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA
    CSUS California Admission Day Program reception. Come and meet President Morris Lum and the Board of Directors of the Sacramento Historical Society. Light refreshments will be served including wine, beer soft drinks and hors d'ouevres.
  • Manifest Destiny California and the Golden West
    Sep 28, 6:30 PM
    Sacramento, Columbus Hall, 5961 Newman Ct, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA
    The religious, political, social and economic impact of California’s admission into the United States as the 31st State. The history of California’s nearly 4 years of Military governance from January 1847 until September 9, 1850 and the evolution and transition from military to civilian government.
  • Manifest Destiny California and the Golden West
    Sep 28, 6:30 PM
    Zoom Presentation
    The religious, political, social and economic impact of California’s admission into the United States as the 31st State. The history of California’s nearly 4 years of Military governance from January 1847 until September 9, 1850 and the evolution and transition from military to civilian government.
  • An Evening with Sacramento's Stan Atkinson
    TBD
    An Evening with Sacramento's Stan Atkinson
    Canceled due to Coronavirus concerns
    Columbus Hall, 5961 Newman Ct, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA
    They say journalism creates the first, rough draft of history. For Sacramentans, that journalist-historian was the legendary Stan Atkinson. We will show historic news clips, and relive some of the greatest Sacramento news stories of the last half century told by Stan himself.
  • A Historical Centennial Women's Suffrage Celebration
    TBD
    A Historical Centennial Women's Suffrage Celebration
    Canceled due to Coronavirus concerns
    Columbus Hall, 5961 Newman Ct, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA
    Join us in celebration of the centennial anniversary of women's suffrage, as Catherine Adams Minicucci describes the fight for women’s right to vote: the political and social factors in the long and courageous effort.

General Monthly Program Information

Please refer to the calendar above to confirm the location, date, and time of the program.

Location

Columbus Hall

5961 Newman Court, Sacramento, CA 95819

 

Date

The 4th Tuesday of every month

Time

Doors - 5PM 

Show - 6PM

Admission

SHS Members - Free 

Non-Members - $10 

**Please note: There is a $2 convenience fee for credit and debit card purchases.

If you experience issues purchasing tickets to one of our monthly programs, please contact admin@sachistoricalsociety.org