Things to do in Sacramento and Beyond

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May 4, 2007
Weekend shopping plans?


There are several fashionable happenings around town this weekend, including one that has a distinctly Cinco de Mayo flavor to it:

* Serendipity Boutique, 5362 H St., will be serving up margaritas - and cute clothes (natch) - from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Check out the store's abundant supply of fun dresses and (one of my favorites) their Jake's cotton tees.

* Dara Denim wants to say "Thanks!" to all its loyal midtown customers as well as its new clientele out at the Granite Bay boutique. So on Saturday - at both stores - there will be refreshments and, most importantly, merchandise discounts. Dara Denim recently added three denim lines: William Rast, David Kahn and Union. And, if you stop by the stores, there are discount cards to save on both jeans and spring merchandise. The stores are at 2404 K St. in midtown and (shown above) 5530 Douglas Blvd., Suite 120, in the Quarry Pond shopping center in Granite Bay.

* Jeannie's Jewelry is hosting a fundraiser from 5 to 8 tonight. There will be a jewelry trunk show, plus reps from Trish McEvoy cosmetics, La Mer skin care and the fragrance folks and personal shopper experts from Nordstrom. But what would a trunk show be without a wine tasting while you shop? The good cause is the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Man, Woman and Teen of the Year event, which will receive 10 percent of the proceeds. For more info: (916) 481-4939. Jeannie's Jewelry is at 2600 Fair Oaks Blvd.

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