Most of us living in Sacramento and the surrounding areas seldom think about earthquakes. Sure, those sorry saps living in the Bay Area have to deal with earthquakes, but not us. I mean, we may have felt the 1989 Loma Prieta quake, but all it did was move the ground a little. Oh, wait; a review of the history books reveals that in 1892, an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.6 hit our area. The epicenter: the quaint town of Winters. Still, why should residents live in fear when they can throw a party? Yep, it’s time for the Earthquake Street Festival, and the town will be rockin’ all right, but it won’t be because of any seismic waves. This Friday, from 5 p.m. until 11 p.m., the streets of downtown Winters will feature craft and art exhibits, a host of kids’ activities and live entertainment and dancing. Admission is free. Call (530) 795-2329 for more information.