The Sactown Weekend Update for June 20-22

You'll always have Paris this weekend at the Sacramento French Film Festival.

Raley Field Brewfest (Friday)
The brews are back at Raley Field for its eighth annual showcase of Northern California breweries, over 50 of which—from Petaluma’s Lagunitas to Sacramento-area favorites like American River Brewing Company, Hoppy Brewing Company and Ol’ Republic Brewery—will offer tipples for more than 2,000 attendees to taste. $45. 6 to 10 p.m. Raley Field. 400 Ballpark Dr. West Sacramento. 376-4676.

Sacramento French Film Festival (Friday through Sunday)
Feast your eyes on French films in this annual soiree dedicated to celebrating the European country’s rich and varied film culture. The event begins on Friday with an opening soiree offering beer, wine and French food prior to a screening of Not My Type (Pas son Genre), a film about a philosopher who goes to teach in a quiet small town, where he soon falls for a bubbly local hairdresser. All of the films screened during the festival—like the 2013 romance Les Beaux Jours (Bright Days Ahead), which features Fanny Ardant as a retired, married woman who embarks on an affair with a man two decades her junior—will be presented with English subtitles. $50 for opening night reception; $11 per film. Times vary. Crest Theatre. 1013 K St. 455-9390.

Ballroom With A Twist (Saturday)
Cache Creek transforms into a mad hot ballroom when this glitzy touring stage show comes to the venue. The program will showcase the athleticism, grace and talent of Valentin Chmerkovskiy and other celebrity dancers who’ve waltzed, fox-trotted, sambaed and jived on smash-hit competition shows like Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance. $55-$75. 8 p.m. Cache Creek Casino Resort.14455 Hwy. 16. Brooks. 530-796-3118.