The Sactown Weekend Update for July 18-20

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The anime film "Colorful" will be among the movies screened at the 10th annual Sacramento Japanese Film Festival this weekend.

Marysville Peach Festival (Friday & Saturday)
Yuba and Sutter counties’ plentiful peaches—more than 12,000 acres of which grow there—will be celebrated at this summertime event held every year in Historic Downtown Marysville. Rise and shine for a breakfast of peach-topped pancakes, then watch a pie-eating contest and choose from an assortment of peachy-keen eats, from peach ice cream to peach cobbler to peach scones. Local farmers like Sodaro Orchards and Urbina Family Farms will be selling the freshly picked fruit in a market area spanning several blocks. Free. Friday from 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Historic downtown Marysville. 530-749-3954.

Sacramento Japanese Film Festival (Friday through Sunday)
Seven films will be screened at 10th annual Japanese film festival, one of only four of its kind in the continental United States. The lineup includes Colorful, an anime film about a soul in the afterworld that gets a second chance at life; Rebirth, winner of 11 Japan Academy Awards; and the documentary Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings, whose director Tadashi Nakamura will be in attendance. $10 per film; $35 for festival pass. Times vary by event. Crest Theatre. 1013 K St. 442-5189.

Hands on History: Mining the Miners (Saturday)
Learn about the unprecedented surge of miners, merchants and traders that flowed into Sutter’s Fort as a result of the Gold Rush at this event inside the historic settlement, during which kids can try their hand at gold panning, play old-time games and taste baked goods prepared in a horno, a beehive-shaped outdoor oven used on the fort in the 19th century. $7 ($5 for ages 6-17; free for ages 5 and under). Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park. 2701 L St. 445-4422.

Air Supply (Saturday)
If you’re all out of love, head to Cache Creek for a concert featuring this Australian soft-rock duo. The pair will perform the hit romantic songs that earned them legions of fans in the ’70s and ’80s like “Making Love Out Of Nothing At All,” “Lost In Love” and “Even the Nights Are Better.” $49-$75. Saturday at 8 p.m. Cache Creek Casino Resort. 14455 Hwy. 16. Brooks. 530-796-3118.