Gala to benefit Old Sac Foundation

The rip-roaring 1920s will soon be back in style in Old Sacramento. The Historic Old Sacramento Foundation is proud to present a glamorous underground speakeasy gala titled “The Blind Tiger” that will take place on Thursday evening, May 15, at Fat’s Catering and Banquet House, 1015 Front St. in Old Sacramento.

To help recreate the look and feel of the 1920s Prohibition era, guests are encouraged to dress in their favorite apparel of the times that included sassy flapper dresses or suits with cuffed trousers, fedoras or newsboy hats.

The special event will include 1920s era cars parked in front for photo opportunities (courtesy of the California Automobile Museum), blacked out restaurant windows (with a peep hole to let “members” in), a fun cocktail party with bountiful appetizers, lively games of chance, entertaining music, dancing, a silent auction and even a special VIP “back room.”

Proceeds from “The Blind Tiger” benefit the Historic Old Sacramento Foundation.

“The Blind Tiger” gala runs from 5:30-9 p.m. For tickets call 916-808-7059, go online at or go to the Sacramento History Museum, 101 I St.


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