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Northern California in November: Tips & Trips

Magazine article Sunset

Northern California in November: Tips & Trips

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* SAN FRANCISCO Draw for fun Cartoon fans have even more reason to feel animated now that the Cartoon Art Museum is offering drawing classes on certain Saturdays. Kids and their parents learn to re-create favorite cartoon and comic-strip characters like Garfield, Spider-Man, Gordo, and the gang from Peanuts. Each session starts with a tour of the museum. Then, using crayons, pencils, and markers, students try their hand at sketching walking cats, jelly bean-shaped noses, big animal eyes, and superheroes. Storytelling and character design are also covered. Call for class dates and fees. Museum open 11-5 Tue-Sun; $6, $4 seniors and students, $2 ages 6-12. 655 Mission St.; www.cartoonart.org or (415) 227-8666. * SACRAMENTO Cruise for art Take a walk on the artsy side when the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission hosts its twice-monthly Art in Public Places tour. The free guided walks through downtown take you past works by such famed artists as Dale Chihuly, Alice Aycock, Merle Axelrad Serlin, and Richard Hunt. Second Sat and last Wed of each month (Nov 8 and 26 this month); reservations required. www.sacculture.com or (916) 566-3992. * LAKEPORT Ride a bike If the bass aren't biting, trade bait for a bike at Clear Lake, where you can choose from 11 routes for pedaling. …

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