Things to do in Sacramento and Beyond

The Bee's guide to events, activities, arts and entertainment

March 6, 2009
A busy weekend ahead - starting today!

If the weather cooperates, there are plenty of shopping/browsing options if you're just eager to out of the house. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and check it out:

* Five Figs Couture: The Davis boutique is signing up customers for something called "Clothing Rx." Answer these questions: Do you have clothes in your closet you never wear and don't know why? Do you have a piece (or two) in your closet that needs a makeover? Do you want more value from your current investment in your wardrobe? Five Figs owner Pam Pacelli will join clothing pro Linda McGinley to help you put more value in your closet. Drop by the store between 5 and 7 p.m. today and sign up for a closet consult. You'll save $50 on a private, two-hour session with Pam and Linda. The store is at 231 E St., Suite 3 in Davis. Or call (530) 756-3500.

* Le Petit Paris: This quaint bistro/boutique in midtown is hosting an interesting event on Saturday called "L'etranger Parfait," or "Perfect Strangers." Here's how it works: Bring an unattached friend (or two!) to Le Petit Paris, order one of their fabulous espressos and see what happens. Throw in a pastry and no telling what fireworks will go off. The event is free, starting at 6 p.m., at 1221 19th St. Shopping is always an option, too.

* Serendipity Boutique: This fun boutique, which now has two locations, is hosting a spring trunk show today featuring lots of must-haves for the season, including the comfy Velvet and hip Free People clothing collections. Serendipity's two locations are 5362 H. St. in Sacramento and 1182 Roseville Parkway in the Fountains shopping center in Roseville.

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