Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day events in Yolo County

Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day events in Yolo County

Drake’s: The Barn will host the Super Bowl during the Big Game Event on Sunday from 3 to 8 p.m.

“This big game is coming up and there’s no better place to see the win and the Usher concert than Drake’s: The Barn,” the event’s website states. “Feast them like buckets of wings and pair them with a crisp Drake’s beer as you cheer your team on to victory.”

The business, located at 985 Riverfront St. in West Sacramento, will broadcast the game on LED screens in the beer garden, flat screens at PizzaSmith and a newly installed projector in the cocktail lounge.

“If your team is in the final two and you’re suffering from stress eating, we’ve got you,” the website emphasized. “Our kitchen has created the perfect matchday menu to celebrate great scores and nerve-wracking penalties. If you really need to get your head out of the game for a minute, step out onto the lawn for a breather. Play a game of catch or calming yoga. This can be useful during breaks.”

The game starts at 3:00 p.m., and the website states that all food and drinks will continue until closing.

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Woodland’s Thirsty Goat, located at 102 Main St., will also be broadcasting the Super Bowl and invites people to come early for happy hour from 2 to 7 p.m.

“It’s the perfect way to celebrate game day,” the business said in a Facebook post. “Plus, join the fun with the Super Bowl Potluck. Bring your favorite game day food, share the love and let’s make this Sunday an unforgettable experience.”

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Embellish Decor & Gifts will be holding a Super Bowl sale on Saturday and Sunday, allowing customers to purchase items to help them get ready for game day.

“Charcuterie boards, books and dishes will be 20% off Saturday and Sunday only,” the business said in a Facebook post. “Boards are great for the big game and your special Valentine’s Day.”

The business is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday.

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Park Winters will host a Yolo Barre and dried flower Valentine wreath event on Sunday at the Farm at 27850 County Road 26 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in Winters.

“This class will help you improve your posture, balance and core strength,” she says on the event’s website. “You will learn to move through the world with more confidence and grace. A rhythm-based workout that flows to the music will guide you, with individual modifications and added challenges to suit your needs.”

The website states that the class is for dancers, music lovers and those who don’t like gyms.

“You’ll be guided to better connect with your body, help focus your mind, and move smoothly so that you feel good and feel good about yourself as a result,” the website added.

After practice, participants will head over to the flower pantry to make Valentine’s Day wreaths from dried flowers to take home with them.

Tickets for the event are $65 per person and are available at

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River Fox Train’s Valentine’s Day Train invites couples to enjoy a special experience “they won’t soon forget when you ride the tracks.”

“This is your chance to reconnect while enjoying a romantic dinner and listening to old love songs,” says the event’s website. “This unusual dinner train is a luxurious way to spend an evening with your loved one.”

The train departs at 6:30 p.m. on February 13, 14 and 15, with tickets starting at $199 per person and $100 per couple with a VIP upgrade.

“To add extra sweetness to your evening out, you can upgrade your tickets with our VIP package,” the website noted. “These people will sit in our luxury car, drink a bottle of upgraded champagne tableside, and find chocolate-dipped strawberries waiting for them at their table.”

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