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Wander through them all and get a little taste of history. Note: The museum and the Capitol are one and the same, so as you are walking the halls, you are right in the heart of California’s working seat of government. The Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail, better known as the American River Bike Trail, is the crowning jewel of Sacramento—at least for outdoor enthusiasts.
You’ll receive an activity patch for the day, and can purchase the badge, if needed, directly from the council.
Remain in the Zoo after the program ends, if you like, until closing time with your group to see any critters you missed, catch another show, or chat with an Animal Keeper.
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You can’t call yourself a Sacramentan until you have participated in at least one Run To Feed the Hungry.
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