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  • What just popped up in West Sac?

    The "Barn" is set to open this spring on the West Sacramento waterfront. Part of the Bridge District development, it's envisioned as a community gathering point where people can listen to music, grab a beer or visit an open air market.

The "Barn" is set to open this spring on the West Sacramento waterfront. Part of the Bridge District development, it's envisioned as a community gathering point where people can listen to music, grab a beer or visit an open air market. Tony Bizjak The Sacramento Bee
The "Barn" is set to open this spring on the West Sacramento waterfront. Part of the Bridge District development, it's envisioned as a community gathering point where people can listen to music, grab a beer or visit an open air market. Tony Bizjak The Sacramento Bee
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Big changes in store for West Sacramento’s waterfront Barn

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