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Events 2014

Every Saturday at 10am:
For the Docent-led Walking Tour of Old Town Auburn, meet at 10am each Saturday - rain or shine, at the Courthouse Museum, 101 Maple Street (in the Courthouse at Lincoln Way & Maple St).  The tour takes approximately one hour, depending on the interests of the participants.  Organized group tours are available upon request.  For more information, contact the Museums Division of Placer County at (530) 889-6500 or visit their website for more information.


4th Sunday, every month:
Hand Pickin Emporium host every 4th Sunday of the month our OUTDOOR PICKERS MARKET.  We are packed with Antique, Vintage, Upcycle, Food and Fun.  Come see what everyone has been talking about. 7:00am - 3:00 pm. 4155 Rocklin Road, Rocklin CA 95677

Info: 916-626-0367.


Through September 7th:

Pacific Fine Arts Festivals - Lake Tahoe Area

Jul 04, 2014 to Sep 07, 2014
North Lake Tahoe Area
Lake Tahoe Area, 209 267-4394

These free events bring together an exciting group of more than 40 artists showcasing an assortment of collectable arts and crafts in a variety of media including paintings ceramics, jewelry, woodwork, photography and much more. 
 
September 6 and 7
Truckee.


through October 4, 2014:

Tahoe Trail Runs
Aug 10, 2014 to Oct 04, 2014

September 20, 2014
7.5K and 12K
Emerald Bay

September 27, 2014
5K  & 10K
Lederhosen-Squaw Valley

October 4, 2014
5K & 10K
Scarecrow Sprint
Tahoe City


Fridays through October 17, 2014:

Evenings in the Park

Jun 13, 2014 to Oct 17, 2014
Check the web site for schedule and listings
Johnson Springview Park
5480 Fifth St.
Rocklin, CA 95677
916 625-5225

Friday Evenings In The Park. Johnson Springview Park

October 18:  Movie "MU"

Check the web site for the concert program.


Sundays through September 7, 2014:

Concerts At Commons Beach

4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Occasionally starts 3:00 p.m.
Commons Beach
Commons Beach Road
Tahoe City, CA 96145
530 583-3348

FREE Sunday Afternoon 12-week concert series (June 22 through September 7, 2014) on the shore of beautiful Lake Tahoe at Commons Beach, Tahoe City. Come early and enjoy the lakeside ambience with friends and family (there is a fully equipped playground for the little rockers).  Your picnic and beverages from home are welcome. Local food and drink vendors sell beer, wine, soft drinks, ice cream, barbecue, salads and more!


September 3, 2014:

Hike for Tykes
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053
date: 09/03/2014
time: 11:00am-12:00pm
location: Placer Nature Center
fee: Free!

Join our Placer Nature Center Naturalist on a hike for tykes discovering the textures, scents and colors of the season. Program is geared towards ages 0-5, but all ages are welcome to attend.
Free! Thanks to First 5 Placer

Kimberly Grant
organization: Placer Nature Center
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053


September 4 - 7, 2014:

Gold Country Fair

Sep 04, 2014 to Sep 07, 2014
Vary by day
Gold Country Fairgrounds
1273 High Street
Auburn, CA 95603
530 823-4533

Gold Country Fair Enjoy an old-fashioned Country Fair in the heart of the Gold Country Farm animals and Junior Livestock Auction Arts and Crafts Food and Fun A Parade and Talent Contest Music and Entertainment Carnival Rides See website for tickets and hours of operation.


September 4, 2014:

The Night and Hope of Arnost Lustig: A Holacaust Survivor
Sep 04, 2014
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Van Howd Studio
Airport Boulevard
Auburn, CA 95603
530 885-5670

Join us in welcoming esteemed international dignitaries and subject experts at the working studio of Doug Van Howd, Kosher appetizers, music and conversation will make for a lovely get-to-know event.

The event kicks off the inaugural year of Let's Never Forget. The inaugural series is focused on the Pulitzer Prize nominated Czech Jewish author and Holocaust survivor. Arnost Lustig, born in 1926, Lustig and his wife Vera had one son and one daughter. He died in Prague in 2011. His daughter Eva Lustigova and her family are among the guest presenters and artists featured during the series presentations.

Multiple events to engage and inspire include the Opening Meet & Greet Reception at Van Howd Studio, Film Screenings, Literary Events, and a Dinner Gala at the Ridge in Auburn. The three day event culminates with a Panel Presentation of esteemed international dignitaries and experts at William Jessup University in Rocklin.


September 6, 2014:

Astronomy & Stargazing
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053
date: 09/06/2014
location: Placer Nature Center
fee: $7

Special focus on Saturn, Mars, Moon and stars! Do you have an interest in astronomy? Feed your wonder and answer your questions about the universe. Colfax astronomer Don Machholz, author and comet-hunter, will weave tales of the galaxies and explore the night sky with his telescopes. Pre-registration is requested by calling: (530) 878-6053 or email programs@PlacerNatureCenter.org
Canceled if you cannot see the starts.
$7 per person (payable on day of the event via cash or check only)

Kimberly Grant
organization: Placer Nature Center
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053


September 6, 2014:

Symphony in the Park: Symphony Alfresco

Sep 06, 2014
5:00 Gates Open 6:00 Placer County Youth Orchestra 7:00 Auburn Symphony
Auburn School Park Preserve
55 College Way
Auburn, California 95603
530 823-6683

The Auburn Symphony Presents Its 6th Annual Free Family Concert. The music is sure to light up the nightwith popular hits celebrating music and art in our 6th annual open-air program! Join Maestro Peter Jaffe, 2013 Young Artist Competition Winner Meagan Rao and our stellar orchestra for this festive kickoff to our season! The gates will open at 5:00 p.m. and the Placer County Youth Orchestra will play at 6:00 p.m. Bring a picnic and chairs* or a blanket and settle in with family and friends for another wonderful evening of music in the park! (To ensure good visibility for all, chairs must be no more than 30 from the top of the chair to the ground while in the full upright position. The measurement from the bottom of the seat to the ground must be 10 or less.)


September 12, 2014:

Colfax Art Walk

Sep 12, 2014
3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Downtown Colfax
Colfax, CA 95713
530 806-3519

Enjoy a relaxed reception atmosphere and pleasant walk as various Historic District Downtown Colfax Restaurants and Businesses host artists from throughout Northern California and their original art works.

You may chat with artists and business owners and partake of local offerings.

This event is free to the public and there is parking available throughout town.


September 12, 2014:

Auburn Cruise Night

Sep 12, 2014
4 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Lincoln Way
Auburn, CA 95603
Summer in Auburn means...

Cruise Night!

Over 300 classic cars (1972 or older) will be on display by their proud owners. Free family friendly event which also features music and food vendors. This event occurs every 2d Friday throughout the summer May-September.


September 13, 2014:

Maidu Culture Day
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053
date: 09/13/2014
location: Placer Nature Center
fee: $3

Do you know how to make cordage? Come learn that and much more from the Maidu culture as we celebrate. Visit our Maidu village, learn about how foothill natural resources were used for food, basketry, games, and medicines.
$3 per person (payable on day of the event via cash or check only)
Free to Placer Nature Center Members!

Kimberly Grant
organization: Placer Nature Center
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053


September 13 - 14, 2014:

Foresthill Heritage Festival

Sep 13, 2014 to Sep 14, 2014
Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Foresthill Memorial Park
24500 - 24599 Harrison St.
Foresthill, CA 95631
530 367-2474

Presented by the Foresthill Chamber of Commerce "A Proud Heritage & A Bright Future" California State Gold Panning Championships Logging Contests Lumberjacks & Jills Competition & Sierra Six-Pack Shoot-Outs American Legion Pig Roast Chili Cook Off Crafts - Food - Many other activities


September 13 - 14, 2014:

Colfax Railroad Days

Sep 13, 2014 to Sep 14, 2014
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Downtown Colfax
Colfax, CA

2014 Colfax Railroad Days. Two days of events await you when Railroad Days come to Colfax. There will be a display of railroad equipment from Union Pacific Railroad and the California State Railroad Museum, various model railroad layouts of different scales and sizes to intrigue the model enthuriasts, historical displays sponsored by railroad historical societies in the region plus other assorted arts displays with railroad themes. Admission is FREE.


September 14, 2014:

Auburn Funk Box Derby

Sep 14, 2014
8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Auburn
Lincoln Way
Auburn , CA 95603

This family-friendly event is designed for all age groups. Begin day with a pancake breakfast put on by the Auburn Jeep Club, beginning at 8 a.m.

There will be activities for the kids, a variety of vendor booths and music is scheduled throughout the day.

And of course, THE CARS! They will begin showing up at 9 a.m. for safety check-in and be on display for everyone to enjoy. Race activities begin around 11 a.m. and should be completed around 2 p.m. Races may take longer depending upon the size of the Derby field.


September 19 - 20, 2014:

Mes Amis Vintage Antique Show

09/19/2014 to 09/20/2014 Friday: 06:00 pm - 09:00 pm Saturday: 09:00 am - 03:00 pm
Jones Hall/Garden Room
Placer County Fairgrounds
800 All America Boulevard
Roseville, CA 95678

Mes Amis Vintage Antiques Show A beautifully inspiring indoor antique market in Downtown, Roseville, CA.... Over 60 hand-selected dealers fill two buildings of the Placer County Events Center with vintage and antique furnishings, garden art, primitives, & vintage inspired art, clothing and jewelry for two days. In addition, music & good food brighten the atmosphere for both days. The Show is held on the third Fri/Sat of April & Sept.


September 20, 2014:

Hot Chili & Cool Cars

Sep 20, 2014
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pacific Street
Rocklin, CA 916 624-2548

Rocklin Area Chamber • presents Hot Chili And Cool Cars! Chili Cook-Off • Cool Cars • Food • Crafts • Chili & Car Awards • Local Business Booths • Local Performances Bounce Houses • Climbing Wall Games • Face Painting • Much More! Free Admission!


September 20, 2014:

Tahoe City Grill Fest

Sep 20, 2014
Marina/Boatworks
Tahoe City
Tahoe City, CA 530 583-3348

As a part of the Tahoe City 150 Celebrations we will be kicking off a new Tahoe City event. The Inaugural Tahoe City Grill Fest comes to theMarina / Boatworks on Saturday, October 12 from 12 4pm, with food, fun, music and more. Local BBQ experts will bring their best to a friendly throwdown with rival chefs for awards in several categories, but more importantly for coveted bragging rights. BBQ competitors will include Big Blue Q, Dockside 700, Hacienda, Jakes On The Lake, and Men Wielding Fire. They will compete in categories including Best Ribs, Best Chicken, Best Tri-Tip and Open (anything goes. even vegetarian entries!). Celebrity judges will bring their discerning taste to the event, but attendees will make the final call by voting with tokens for their food favorites. Of course cold brews will be available to wash down the great barbeque, thanks to beer sponsors Coors, Blue Moon, and Fat Tire. Barefoot brand wine will be available for those who prefer vino to beer and soft drinks as well.


September 20, 2014:

Rocky Road - Our Day Outside
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053
date: 09/20/2014
location: Placer Nature Center
fee: Free!

What are those rocks under my feet scattered about? Let's investigate and take a closer look. Be ready to explore all kinds of shapes, colors and sizes. Program is geared towards ages 0-5, but all ages are welcome to attend.
Free! Thanks to First 5 Placer

Kimberly Grant
organization: Placer Nature Center
events@PlacerNatureCenter.org
(530) 878-6053


September 21 - 22, 2014:

North Auburn Art Studio Tour

Sep 21, 2014 to Sep 22, 2014
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Various locations
North Auburn Area, CA 95602

Studios will be open with artists available. There will be demonstrations. And, items will be on sale. Admission is FREE. Pick up a map at PlacerARTS at 808 Lincoln Way.


September 21, 2014:

Get Along Triathlon - Cool

Sep 21, 2014
Cool, CA

The get along triathlon will have three trail user groups all working together. This is a first of its kind event. There will be 50 teams of three, equestrians, runners and cyclists, with both men and women's Ironman divisions. To determine the details of this unique event, please check the website. It will explain the method of spacing the various competitors. There will be a blog page setup so Equestrians, trail runners and mountain bikers can meet and form teams.


September 21, 2014:

Ironman - Lake Tahoe

Sep 21, 2014
North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 884
Tahoe City, CA 96145
530 581-8700

One of the newest North American events on the IRONMAN race circuit, Lake Tahoe is a can't-miss destination for triathletes. The Lake Tahoe Triathlon is the first full distance triathlon located on the West Coast of the United States. This race will consist of a 2.4 mile swim,112 mile bike and a 26.2 mile run. The swim portion of the race will begin at Kings Beach State Recreation. The bike course will take cyclists west on Highway 28 toward Tahoe City and down Highway 89 and into Truckee, south on Highway 267 with a segment thought Lahontan, Martis and Northstar before continuing on Highway 267 to Kings Beach. After a second loop on the course, cyclist will continue down Highway 28 to Highway 89 to Squaw Valley for a transition to the run course. The run course will take athletes out of Squaw Valley on the Squaw Valley bike path and into Tahoe City along the Truckee River. Athletes will proceed down the West Shore to Homewood and the turn around point and return to Squaw Valley for the finish. Athlete registration and spectator expo will all take place at Squaw Valley.


September 26 - 28, 2014:

Auburn Fall Home Show

Sep 26, 2014 to Sep 28, 2014
Fri 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Gold Country Fairgrounds
1273 High Street
Auburn, CA 95603
530 887-3616

Auburn Fall Home Show "2nd Largest Home Show in Northern California!" Wide variety of vendors showcasing and offering everything for your home and garden. ManyDemonstrations and Landscaping Vignettes. There will be a variety of tasty foodavailable. General Admission: $7.00. Children 5 to 12: $1.00. Children Under 5:Free. Parking: $5.00


September 27, 2014:

Thunder in the Sky - Air Show

Sep 27, 2014
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Auburn Airport
13630 New Airport road
Auburn, CA 95603
530 878-0434

Thunder In The Sky Air Fair Will Be At Auburn Municipal Airport. A full day of exciting for the family with many activities planned. Events include airplane exhibits of Warbirds, Experimentals, Vintage Aircraft and R/C Models. There will also be a pancake breakfast, classic autos, food, activities, displays, vendors, airplane rides and more.. Admission: $5, kids 5 and under FREE. Military, police and fire personnel FREE.


September 27, 2014:

Squaw Valley Oktoberfest

Sep 27, 2014
2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Squaw Valley
Olympic Valley, CA 530 452-4331

Squaw Valley celebrates OKTOBERFEST Traditional Bavarian music and folk dancers, benefit beer garden, brats and kraut and games all afternoon. All entertainment at the event is FREE. $10 admission includes specialty glass and first beer. $5 for additional beer.


September 28, 2014:

Tahoe Big Blue Adventure Race

Sep 28, 2014
Kings Beach
P.O. 2720
Kings Beach, CA 96143
530 546-1019

12th Annual BIG BLUE ADVENTURE RACE This event has several components: Paddling, Mountain Biking Orienteering and Hiking (Foot Travel). All are included in the two races. There is a 2-4 Hour Tahoe Big Blue SPRINT Race and an 8 hour Tahoe Big Blue SPRINT Race. Details about the races, equipment needed and registration information are available at the Big Blue Adventure website.


October 4, 2014:

The 5th Annual Salmon Celebration is Lincoln's premiere one day festival geared towards families, children and those who enjoy the outdoors. The event is free to the public and include bounces houses, tie-casting demonstrations, educational opportunities, food vendors and more! 916.223.1060.


October 4, 2014:

Oktoberfest at Cobblestone Center

Oct 04, 2014
Cobblestone Center
475 North Lakeshore Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA

Beer - Brats - Games & Live Music Come for a fun day!
6-9 p.m. at Train Depot Plaza, Loomis
"Street fair atmosphere for the whole family!"


October 4, 2014:

Northlander Off Road Triathlon - Lake Clementine
Oct 04, 2014
Auburn State Park Recreation Area
Auburn, CA 95603

Sierra Foothills within the Auburn State Park Recreation Area, which is home to many of the worlds top ultra endurance events. The start of the race (At the boat ramp) and the .5 mile swim will be in beautiful Lake Clementine. Lake Clementine is nestled within the Sierra Foothills steep canyon walls with breath taking scenery. The mountain bike portion of the race, (Swim-to-bike transition will be at the boat ramp too, where the race started) which will be 12-15 miles of single track, fire road and pavement, will test even the best off-road cyclist. The course will wind its way throughout the Auburn State Parks Recreation Area, which is known for its beautiful and challenging trail systems. The bike-to-run transition area at The Auburn Dam Overlook, will be the start of the 4 mile run. The course will include single track and paved and gravel roads, as it meanders through the trees of the Old Auburn Dam Site Area. Team, age groups, and pro divisions will be on the Northlander menu. Please be ready for a very fun, scenic, tough and challenging course. Registration Information Registration opens June 30, 2014 NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION Fees until 7/31 until 9/7 until race Solo $85 $95 $110 Teams $150 $160 $170 This is not a USAT event so no USAT fees or license necessary.


October 4, 2014:

Scarecrow Sprint and Stroll

Oct 04, 2014
North Tahoe Area
Tahoe City,

Enjoy the fall colors of Lake Tahoe. Run this great course starting and finishing at Commons Beach in Tahoe City. The course is on the newly completed Tahoe City trail featuring great views of the lake and surrounding area. There is a 5K, 10K and kids distances. Come on out to sprint, stroll or just saunter along with your friends and family. Scarecrow costumes are encouraged! This event is a fundraiser for SnowFest!

Registration 9 - 10:15 a.m.
Races begin 11 a.m.
Kids Race begins at Noon.
Registration Fees from $10 for Kids to $45.


October 4, 2014:

Loomis Eggplant Festival

Oct 04, 2014
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Taylor Road
Loomis, CA 95650
916 652-7252

27th Annual Loomis Eggplant Festival Opening Ceremony by Del Oro High School's Golden Eagle Marching Band A Festival for the Family!! Arts and Crafts, Chamber Showcase Art Walk Live Entertainment Wine Garden Food and Beverages Free Parking and Free Admission


October 4, 2014:

Salmon Celebration

Oct 04, 2014
11 a.m.-4 p.m.
McBean Park
65 McBean Parkway
Lincoln, CA 95648
916 432-3220

5th Annual Salmon Celebration. This is a one day event celebrating the return of the Salmon to the Auburn Ravine. The festival is free and members of the community are invited to attend Lincoln's unique premiere event! Spend the day learning about the outdoors, salmon and the Auburn Ravine. This family friendly festival brings our community together to learn about and celebrate the ecological health of Auburn Ravine. Support our efforts to bring a healthy salmon population back to Auburn Ravine. All activities are FREE. There will be: Live Music, Art Show, Live Bird Demonstrations, Casting Lessons, Face Painting, Bounce Houses, Educational Exhibits, Food Trucks and more! Bring the family and join the fun!


October 4, 2014:

email: events@placernaturecenter.org
phone: (530) 878-6053
date: Saturday, October 4, 2014
time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
location: Placer Nature Center, 3700 Christian Valley Road, Auburn, CA 95602
fee: $20.00 Adult, $10.00 Student w/ID, Free ages 0-18

Music in the Foothills is designed to be a relaxing afternoon full of good music, good food, dancing, and family fun. It is an informal affair where families are encouraged to bring a blanket to lay out in Garrisons Park. We will be serving food and drinks (no alcohol, sorry it is a family event). We will have each exhibit staffed with knowledgeable volunteers. We will also be offering guided trail hikes on the top of the hour beginning at 2pm. rnrnThe headliner for the event is PROXY MOON. PROXY MOONs music is rooted in American folk, jazz, and blues with a bit of an esoteric, burlesquey poeticism. Comprised of a core group of four multi-instrumentalist musicians with diverse backgrounds, the band is at home in virtually any genre, but brings to them all a bit of an edge. Theyve been compared to such artists as Tom Waits and Joe Henry.rnrnAlong with this relaxing music filled afternoon we will be hosting a raffle featuring donations from local businesses. We are highlightin g all that Auburn and the surrounding area has to offer in the way of nature exploration with guided hikes, raft trips, and one of a kind artwork just to name a few.


October 5, 2014:

Barktoberfest

Oct 05, 2014
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Maidu Park
1550 Maidu Drive
Roseville, California 95661
916 742-2071

It's back! It's a Festival for dogs and their well-behaved human companions! Come to Maidu Park in Roseville for a 2.5/5k dog friendly fun-run/walk, Food, Games, Beer, and more!


October 11, 2014:

Tahoe Mountain Sports Pro/Am Disc Golf Tournament

Oct 11, 2014 to Oct 12, 2014
7:30 a.m.Registration 9 a.m. Round 1
North Lake Tahoe Regional Park
Tahoe Vista, CA

Tahoe Mountain Sports presents the 8th Annual Pro/Am Disc Golf Tournament. PDGA Sanctioned "B" Pro/Am Event Register for the tournament online. See the Facebook Page for detailed information. Event will be held at North Tahoe Regional Park. Tell your friends about this event. Fun to participate in and Fun to watch...family friendly.


October 11, 2014:

Auburn Wine And Food Festival

Oct 11, 2014
1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Various Locations in Downtown and Old Town Auburn
Auburn, CA 95603
530 878-5388

Area Wineries and Local Restaurants Showcase their finest products Stroll the streets between Downtown and Old Town or hop on one of the FREE Shuttle buses. Check the website for details regarding parking and tickets.


October 11, 2014:

Saturday, October 11, 2014
time: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
location: Placer Nature Center
fee: $25/per ticket, children 6 and under free

This is our annual fundraising event. Please bring your family, a chair or blanket, and join us for a day of music, food, beer, wine, and dancing feet. Guests will park at Placer Nature Center and then a shuttle will take to and from the meadow where the event is held.


October 12, 2014:

PlacerGROWN Farm and Barn Tour

Oct 12, 2014
Various Placer County locales
530 863-7487

PlacerGROWN presents the Farm And Barn Tour. Join us for a FREE self-guided expedition of farms, ranches, and vineyards in the beautiful countryside of Placer County. Each farm venue will feature different activities, tours and demonstrations. This is a fine FAMILY Event. Locally grown product wine and more will be available for purchase . Please watch the PlacerGROWN website for more detailed information as it becomes available.


October 17, 2014:

Auburn Big Time Pow Wow

Oct 17, 2014 to Oct 18, 2014
See website for details.
Gold Country Fairgrounds
High Street
Auburn, CA 95603
530 888-8767

Native American dancers, drummers, singers, artists and food vendors will be gathering from across the region to participate in the Auburn Big Time Pow Wow. This year's event begins Friday with California Traditional Big Time Dancing. The Big Time brings together local Miwok/Maidu families and neighboring tribes for ceremonial dancing and singing. Spectators are welcome, but during this event please ask for permission before taking photographs. This family-friendly event is free with free parking at the fairgrounds. Spectators are encouraged to bring chairs. This is a drug. alcohol and tobacco free event. No pets are allowed.


October 18, 2014:

PlacerGROWN Harvest Festival

Oct 18, 2014 to Oct 19, 2014
Johnson-Springview Park
Rocklin , CA 916 625-5000

PlacerGROWN Harvest Festival. The Harvest Festival is the Kick Off to PlacerGROWN week. The Festival will begin Saturday afternoon with the Great Pumpkin Carving Contest. We are growing 500 Placer County pumpkins just for the event. Pick up your pumpkin at a farmers' market or the Rocklin Parks Department office and return it Saturday after 4 p.m. At sun down the pumpkins will be lit up and the Rocklin Parks Department will present a movie in the park. Sunday morning the festival will begin with a scarecrow building contest. We will host vendors of all kinds, a Foothills Farmers Market,Honey vendors, food, music and Family Fun. Bring the family and enjoy the Harvest Festival.


October 18, 2014:

Mammoth Bar Enduro

Oct 18, 2014
To be determined.
Mammoth Bar
Auburn, CA 95603

Detailed information is not yet available about this race. Please keep your eyes on the website for registration and other matters.


October 18, 2014:

Auburn Community Festival

Oct 18, 2014
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Auburn Recreation Park
123 Recreation Drive
Auburn, CA 95603
530 885-8461

18th Annual Auburn Community Festival A Day Of Fun & Celebration For Families And Everyone Both In And Out Of The Community. Scarecrow Decorating Contest - Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off - Harvest Recipe Contest - Costume Contest & Parade - Vendor Fair - Crafts - Food Booths - Children's Activities - Holiday Gifts Free Admission


October 18, 2014:

Signing for Everyone
phone: 916-267-3950
time: 1:30 PM
location: Valley Springs Presbyterian Church, 2401 Olympus Drive, Roseville, CA 95661
fee: $1-45

Emmy nominated, co-creator and star of Signing Time, Rachel Coleman will be performing Saturday, October 18, 2014 in Roseville, CA to benefit the Signing Time Foundation which helps make sign language fun and accessible to all children and is committed to a vision of the world in which all children can express themselves and be understood. If you love Signing Time, dont miss this event that is sure to make memories to last a lifetime! There will be time to meet and greet with Rachel and Hopkins for photos and autographs and an amazing concert where Rachel will perform some all-time favorite songs from Signing Time. All events will be interpreted in American Sign Language. Signing Time products will be available to purchase at the concert or can be pre-ordered and picked up at the concert. Shop the store at http://www.signingforeveryone.com/store.html

Tickets are now on sale and donations are being accepted! Go to www.signingtime.com/community/events/#sacramento

If your business caters to children, families or those with special needs we have sponsorship, vendor and advertising opportunities still available. Email coneill@signingtimeacademy.com for more information.


October 19, 2014:

Auburn Old Town Fall Street Fair Antiques & Collectibles

Oct 19, 2014
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Old Town Auburn
Sacramento & Washington Sts
Auburn, CA 95603
530 888-1585

Auburn's 47th Annual Fall Street Antique Fair Antiques and Collectibles Rain or Shine!! Jewels to Junk Over 200 Vendors


Nov. 6 - 9, 2014:

Cowpoke Fall Gathering

Nov 06, 2014 to Nov 09, 2014
Blue Goose Fruit Shed & Event Center
3270 Taylor Road
Loomis, CA 95650
916 652-6290

20th Annual Cowpoke Fall Gathering There will be a great group of poets, singers and storytellers on this years schedule. Our audience is full of cowboys, cowgirls and western folklore enthusiasts who return year after year. Folks who doubt this is fun need to come out and give it a try! Here are some of the outstanding performers who will appear this year: Paul Zaryzski, Juni Fisher, Pat Richards, Larry Maurice, Jeff Severson, John Kintz, and Bill Brewster. Tickets will go on sale October 1. For time, ticket prices and other details, check the website at http://www.cowpokefallgathering.com.


Nov. 8, 2014:

Tahoe Chocolate & Wine Festival

Nov 08, 2014
5 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Regency Ballroom
111 Country Club Drive
Incline Village, CA 89451
530 546-7804

26th Annual Chocolate And Wine Festival Join us at the table for the 26th Annual chocolate and wine extravaganza! Tahoe Chocolate & Wine Festival takes place in the elegant Grand Ballroom at Hyatt Regency a hotel and casino set amongst the spectacular backdrop of Incline Village on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. The evening begins with a wine walk where guests will sample and sip boutique wine hand selected from acclaimed California wine regions including Napa, Amador, and Paso Robles. Guests will then be seated as we guide you through a unique and entertaining chocolate tasting experience from six of Lake Tahoes finest culinary artists, including The Ritz Carlton, Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe, and Mr. Zs Homemade Candies. Guests will enjoy: Door Prize: 4 nights at Playa Viva Resort, value $2,000. A seated tasting of delectable chocolate creations by six Tahoe culinary artists Boutique wine tasting from 10 hand-picked wineries Hearty appetizers by Hyatt chefs Tantalizing raffle prizes including trips, dinners, ski and golf, and more! Vote for your favorite chocolate and wine Entertainment. Tickets: $125 in Advance and $150 at the door.


Nov. 21 - 23, 2014:

Mountain Mandarin Festival

Nov 21, 2014 to Nov 23, 2014
Gold Country Fairgrounds
High Street
Auburn, CA 95603
916 663-1918

The Mountain Mandarin Festival marks the official beginning of Placer County Mountain Mandarin season. The event takes place the weekend before Thanksgiving every year at the Gold Country Fairgrounds in Auburn. This 3-day celebration draws 30,000 visitors from as far away as the San Francisco Bay Area and Reno. Festival attendees can sample fresh mandarins hand-picked by Mountain Mandarin Growers' Association members, as well as a variety of mandarin-based products including olive oils, marinades, marmalades, syrups, and mandarin blossom honey. Growers will have plenty of 5 and 10 pound bags of mandarins for sale, ready for holiday enjoyment. Most growers can also ship mandarins to your friends and family. Aside from fresh, whole fruit, a variety of food vendors serve up mandarin infused drinks, mandarin milk shakes, chocolate-dipped mandarins, mandarin fudge, mandarin popcorn and lots of other fun creations. More traditional fair food is available too, like hot dogs, corn dogs, hamburgers, barbequed and grilled meats, glazed nuts, kettle corn and frozen treats. Learn new, exciting ways to use mandarins at cooking demonstrations. Be sure to enter your own favorite mandarin recipe in the Mandarin Recipe Contest, which attracts dozens of amateur cooks each season. Or purchase a Mandarin Festival Cookbook featuring festival favorites, growers own family recipes, and dishes developed by professional chefs. Wander the grounds and buildings and purchase quality hand-crafted items just in time for holiday giving and home trimming from more than 150 crafters and vendors. Theres also activities for the kids including clowns and rides.


Nov. 30, 2014:

Tahoe City Holiday Hop

Nov 30, 2014
12 noon - 6 p.m.
Tahoe City Area
425 N. Lake Boulevard
Tahoe City, CA 96145
530 583-3348

Get ready to kick off the holiday season in style at the Tahoe City Holiday Hop! Stroll through the local stores and begin your holiday shopping while enjoying wine, complimentary snacks and festive surroundings. Be sure to pick up your shop local cards at the same time and start shopping to win great prizes.

Santa photos will be taken at the Watson Cabin from 2-4 p.m.


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