Kids’ concert, instrument ‘petting zoo’

Camellia Symphony flutist Ralph Padgug demostrates the mouth piece of a flute (courtesy of Camellia Symphony)


The Camellia Symphony returns with a free family concert and kids’ “instrument petting zoo” on Sunday, Oct. 7. The event will take place at the West Sacramento City Hall galleria, 1110 West Capitol Avenue.

This year, the event will include a visual art element for kids to create art related to the musical experience. The art and instrument “petting zoo” begin at 1 p.m. and a one-hour family concert follows at 2 p.m. (classical movie selections from movie scores and highlights of the symphonies summer concert series). For information, call 929-6655 or visit

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