The Sactown Weekend Update for Oct. 3-5

Nick Offerman 1 C Shayd Johnson
Photo by Shayd Johnson
Nick Offerman, aka the mustachioed Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, will take the stage at the Mondavi Center on Saturday.

TBD Fest (Friday through Sunday)
Formerly known as the Launch festival, this wildly popular music and arts event is moving across the river from Cesar Chavez Plaza to West Sacramento’s nascent Bridge District, where performers as diverse as Moby, the French DJ duo Justice, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Blondie will take the stage over the course of three days. Throughout the festivities, attendees can check out art installations or visit an artisanal food and beverage pavilion featuring local beer, craft cocktails and farm-to-fork fare. $69 per day; $199-$250 for three-day pass. Friday from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from noon to 11 p.m. West Sacramento’s River Walk. West Sacramento.

Rosanne Cash (Friday)
This concert featuring Rosanne Cash—the eldest daughter of country music legend Johnny Cash and an accomplished singer-songwriter in her own right with 15 albums and a Grammy Award to her credit—will focus largely on songs from her most recent record, 2014’s The River & The Thread, which incorporates country, blues and gospel elements and was praised by USA Today as “a captivating and sometimes haunting album that’s among the finest of her career.” $39-$65. 8 p.m. Harris Center for the Arts. 10 College Pkwy. Folsom. 608-6888.

Portrait by Clay Patrick McBride

Hoes Down Harvest Festival (Saturday)
From shearing sheep to making goat cheese, there will be dozens of opportunities for old-fashioned fun at Full Belly Farm’s yearly bash, which celebrates the end of harvest season and raises funds for more than 30 community organizations. Highlights include a children’s area where kids can craft fresh salsa, make flower crowns, and weave with local wool; grown-ups, meanwhile, can attend a wine-tasting gala featuring regional vintners. Gung-hoe families can spend Saturday night under the stars in Full Belly’s orchards ($25 per car). $25 ($5 for ages 2-12; free for ages 2 and under). 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fully Belly Farm. 16090 County Road 43. Guinda. 800-791-2110.

Nick Offerman (Saturday)
Known for dispensing pieces of manly wisdom—such as crying is only acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon—as the mustachioed Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, actor and New York Times best-selling author Nick Offerman makes his Mondavi Center debut this fall. Show up at the venue’s courtyard 90 minutes early for a free comedy show featuring regional comics. Tickets start at $37. 8:30 p.m. Mondavi Center’s Jackson Hall. Mrak Hall Dr. and Old Davis Rd. Davis. 530-754-2787.

Sacramento Aloha Festival (Saturday)
Cal Expo transforms into an island paradise at this fourth annual celebration honoring the traditions and heritage of Hawaiian and Pacific Islander cultures. Throughout the day, watch performances by groups such as the Aloha Polynesia Hawaiian band and dancers, attend a ukulele or hula workshop, and take youngsters to the “Keiki Korner,” where they can make crafts, listen to storytellers and take photos in traditional island garb. Free ($10 for parking). 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cal Expo.1600 Exposition Blvd. 486-6399.

SacWorldFest (Sunday)
Sacramento’s annual celebration of cultural diversity will be held for the first time at Sacramento State, whose campus will host performers like traditional Native American hoop dancer Eddie Madril, the Brazilian band SambaDá and the Sonechko Ukrainian dance ensemble. Other festivities include a hip-hop dance-off and cooking demonstrations that highlight the cuisines of cultures from across the globe. Free. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sacramento State. 6000 J St. 549-2749.

“A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival (Sunday)
The Sacramento region serves as the centerpiece of this 15th annual film festival which features 10 shorts, each under 10 minutes in length and made by local actors and directors. The movies include Adam Chollet’s The Find, about a father and son who make an unexpected discovery in the American River at the Auburn State Recreation Area, and Danna Wilberg’s holiday film, The Story, which was filmed in locations like the Fabulous Forties and Sacramento International Airport. $10. Begins at 1 p.m. Crest Theatre. 1013 K St. 456-8600.