What: There will be a Mexican American Digital History exhibit and discussion of the Mexican American Digital History Project for Cinco de Mayo at the Sol Collective in Sacramento. Participants can learn how to record family history. Photos welcome.
Where: 2574 21st St., Sacramento
When: 1:30 p.m.
Information: (916) 361-9072 or www.MexicanAmericanDigitalHistory.org
Opening day on river
What: The Sacramento Yacht Club will host its Opening Day on the River, a decorated boat parade themed "Cinco de Mayo." The parade can be viewed along the Sacramento River from Old Sacramento to South Natomas.
Where: Parade will begin at the Sacramento Yacht Club, proceed upriver by Old Sacramento and turn around at the Virgin Sturgeon restaurant along the Garden Highway.
When: Parade will start at noon.
Information: (916) 300-2850 or www.sacyc.com
Music in Roseville
What: A Cinco de Mayo celebration at the Union in Roseville will feature live music by A-Train, Sacred Fire, Grunge Inc., the Ripoffs, Rock & Rhyme, DJ Hektor S.
Where: 112 Pacific St., Roseville
Information: (916) 742-5081
Old Sac celebrates
What: Cinco de Mayo celebrations in Old Sacramento culminate with evening celebrations at area establishments. Participating bars and restaurants will have live music, comedy, karaoke and dancing, food and drink specials (River City Saloon, Fanny Ann's, O'Mally's Pub, the Other Office, Vega's, Sports Corner).
Where: Old Sacramento
When: 6 p.m. to closing time
Cost: No cover charges or event fees
Information: (916) 863-7465 or www.facebook.com/oldsacbars
What: The Latin Stars of Comedy and Music Celebration will perform on Cinco de Mayo at Sleep Train Arena. Featured comedians will be Paul Rodriguez, Carlos Mencia, Johnny Sanchez and others.
Where: 1 Sports Parkway, Sacramento
When: 6 p.m.
Cost: $32.50 to $72.50