Looking for some laughter this weekend, when you’re out enjoying Second Saturday? A benefit improv comedy show is coming to Midtown this Saturday, and it’s to help a worthy youth education program sponsored by our neighborhood’s own Sacramento Central YMCA.
“Close Enough for Youth & Government Work II: The Sequel” will be an evening of improv comedy benefiting the Sacramento Central YMCA’s Delegation to the California Youth & Government’s Model Legislature and Court Program. The program, open to all interested students in grades 9-12, brings together 2,500 youths from around California to meet, travel, learn about how our state government works, and have a memorable learning experience.
“Close Enough for Youth & Government Work II” will be presented at:
1050 20th Street, Suite 130 (MARRS Building)
January 9, 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
Admission for adults is $25; for students with ID, $15.
There’s only a short time left to get tickets. To purchase them, call Samantha Duffo at the Sac YMCA at (916) 452-9622, x132. Or e-mail Christina at email@example.com.