Add a little “spring” to your step with some fun along our route this month! Celebrate Mexican-American culture at Cinco de Mayo events in San Francisco and Oakland; commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad in Sacramento; sip wine and stroll PIER 39 while supporting kid’s environmental education; enjoy a day of live music while supporting the Yolo County LGBTQ community; and celebrate Oakland’s art scene all month long!
Spring has sprung, and it’s time to enjoy the outdoors at some of April’s liveliest festivals! If you’re a fan of art, culture, beer, or Mother Earth—or, simply put, anything that makes life awesome— you’ll have plenty of fun along the Capitol Corridor this month!
On March 6, 2019, the Capitol Corridor sponsored a group of ten girls from the Sacramento chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) to ride the train to Rosie the Riveter National Park in Richmond.
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If you like jazz, flashy new cars, Russian culture, the Irish tradition of St. Paddy’s, or supporting good causes, this month’s events won’t disappoint— especially when the convenient, relaxing Capitol Corridor can get you there!
While February may be the shortest month of the year, there’s definitely no shortage of exciting things to do! From ringing in the Lunar New Year in San Francisco and San Jose, to celebrating the Native American Two-Spirit tradition and the Oakland Black experience, opportunities to partake in vibrant cultural expressions are not to be missed. You also have the chance to meet your favorite Giants player or stroll along the historic Main Street in Martinez while sipping fine wine and tasting delicious chocolates. Whatever you choose, there is a lot to look forward to along the Capitol Corridor!
More February Picks: SF Native American Two-Spirit Powwow, San Jose Lunar New Year Celebration, SF Giants FanFest, Martinez Wine & Chocolate Stroll, SF Chinese New Year Parade, and Oakland Black Joy Parade