The news says to expect it to be well over 100 in the Sacramento area and possibly even up to 110 on Wednesday, depending on who you read. So what are you supposed to do to stay cool when it's so hot outside?
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Library Family programs are a fun way to make someone else pay for your air conditioning- Tuesdays at South Natomas Library at 6:30 pm are Family Game night
Thursdays at Central Library at 2:30pm are kids movies
Thursdays at 4pm North Natomas library has different performers and activities for kids
City pools are an easy and cheap way to keep cool! Adults are $2, under $17 is $1. Look at the City's website to find the one closest to you.
Regal Cinemas free family film festival. You can enjoy a family friendly movie every Tues/Wed at 10am throughout the summer.
Need to exercise but can't go outside? Try one of the local malls for an air-conditioned walk! Arden Fair has a Mall-Walker program with prizes and events. While you're there, look into the Arden Fair Kids Club. This weekend, see a kids' magician at Arden at 10am!
If you've never seen the Crocker Art Museum check it out this Sunday! Free hours are available from 10am to 1pm each Sunday, courtesy of Bank of America. If you don't mind the admission fee, Saturday features a family art program from 12pm to 3pm, including a family tour of the museum.
Up for a road trip? Head to Fairfield for the free Jelly Belly tour! Adults and kids will love this tour which includes a birds' eye view of the factory floor and free samples.