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*** 2019 ***

June 2019

June 21

Presentation: Ag & Water Link * "How Agriculture Developed and Defended the El Dorado County Water Supply" — a presentation by Tom Cumpston who served for 15 years as the General Counsel for the El Dorado County Water Agency for nine years. To be held at Cameron Park Community Center. More info: srsedc.com.

June 21

Mini Job Fair * Looking for a job? The El Dorado County Employment Resource Center and Golden Sierra Job Training Agency are hosting a Mini Job Fair in Shingle Springs. The job fair is free and open to the public from Noon to 4pm at El Dorado County Child Support Services, 3883 Ponderosa Rd in Shingle Springs. To reserve a space, go to: http://tinyurl.com/y2uxeyl5. For more info about these and other free job assistance services in El Dorado County: 530-642-4850 in Placerville, or at www.edcgov.us/humanservices.

June 22

Brew Event * Annual Belltower Brewfest in Downtown Historic Placerville, 5-9pm. More info: placerville-downtown.org.

June 23

Make Walnut Liqueur * Produce healthy foods from locally sourced products. Learn the secrets of making Nocino Walnut Liqueur, a delicious heart-healthy and fun holiday spirit based on ingredients from the Wakamatsu Farm. In this workshop, green walnuts are picked from the Graner Orchard, traditional spices are prepared, and just the right blend of spirits is created. You will blend your own quart of Nocino Liqueur to take home to age for the December Holidays. Workshop led by Board Member Cathy Ciofalo, who learned to cook in the kitchens of her Sicilian Great Aunts: Mary, Mary Grace, and Mary Catherine. Cost includes Nocino tasting and a quart of liqueur to bring home. Must be 21 to participate. Cost: $45/members, $50/non-members. Contact ARC to sign up and for meeting location. julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

June 27

Chamber Mixer * Members and guests of the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce will be mixing and mingling with leaders of the community and businesses at the 50 Grand Restaurant & Bar, 6401 Pony Express Trail, Pollock Pines, 5:30-7:30pm. New businesses and members of the community are invited to come and network. eldoradocounty.org

June 28

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Roseville at the Bar 101 from 9:30 to midnight. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

June 29

Summer Spectacular * 20th Anniversary Fourth of July celebration on June 29. Gates open at 2pm at Cameron Park Lake, 2989 Cambridge Rd, Cameron Park. Don't miss Cameron Park CSD's largest event of the year with swimming at the lagoon, refreshments, food and craft vendors, a kids' carnival, exhibitors, and, from 2:25-4:45pm, is live music by The Fabulous Liars Band. End the evening with the amazing fireworks show, even a low-level display. *Please no ice chests larger than a 6-can cooler, no alcohol or fireworks. **Entrance is $4 when purchased in advance (ages 5 and up); kids 4 and under attend free. Pre-sale wristbands are available at Cameron Park Bel-Air, Cameron Park Shingle Springs Chamber of Commerce, Joe's Coffee, Sam's Town Cyclery, and the Cameron Park CSD office. Wristbands are $6 day of event. Advance kids' carnival wristbands available at the Cameron Park CSD office for $25 dollars, or $30 day of. More info: 530-677-2231 or www.cameronpark.org.

June 30

Sunday in Apple Hill * 22nd Annual event featuring an afternoon in Crystal Springs Gardens, 4-8pm. Enjoy this elegant garden party w/ fine hors d'oeuvres, and cuisine catered by John Sanders of Old Town Grill, wine tasting by these local wineries Lava Cap, Madrona, Nello Olivo, Sierra Vista, Via Romano, Wofford Acres, and beer tasting by Anchor Brewing Company. Raffle w/ prizes; grand prize is 7 days in San Juan Islands donated by Katy and Don Peek. Fundraiser for New Morning Youth & Family Services. Tickets and more info: SIAH.eventbrite.com, laurie@newmorningyfs.org

July 2019

July to September 12

Live on the Boulevard * The ever-popular Thursday night concert series continues with bands that will "get you out of your seat and dancing." Entertainment for the entire family, 7-9pm. Concerts are festival-style seating so bring your chairs. Concert set-up starts at 5:30pm. More info: www.edhtowncenter.com.

July 4

4th of July * Family Blast at the Fairgrounds * The gates open at 4pm, the Fireworks start once it's dark (coordinated with Placerville Speedway Races). FREE kid's activities include Hay Mazes plus contests and games. Live Music from 6-10pm. Food and Beverage are available for purchase or bring your own propane BBQ. (No outside alcohol allowed). More info: http://eldoradocountyfair.org/blast.html

July 5

Dance Night * Held regularly on the first Friday of each month at the Shingle Springs Community Center. Come to 4440 South Shingle Rd at 7pm.Bring a partner or come solo. Light refreshments served or bring your own. Music by DJ Jamie Faw. $5 gets you in the door. More info: Maria Brugger at 530-306-4614.

July 6

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in El Dorado Hills at the Purple Place from 9pm to midnight. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

July 9

Woodcrafters Meeting * The Gold Country Woodcrafters monthly meeting is at 7pm at Park Community Church, 3991 Wild Chaparral Dr, Shingle Springs. Open to all levels of woodworkers, hobbyists, and professionals. Next meeting: Aug. 13. Call or email John Brideson for more info: 916-933-0488, jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net.

July 11

Obedience/Conformation Classes * The Hangtown Kennel Club of Placerville offers a 6-week session: Puppy Kindergarten, Beginning, Leash Manners, Novice Tricks and Conformation. Pre-registration required. Cost: $75-$90 depending on class. Conformation $5 drop-in fee. Location: El Dorado County Fairgrounds, 7pm. Contact Cathy Keeler 530-622-6909 (6:30pm-9pm). More info: www.hangtownkc.org

July 12

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Folsom at Harry's Sports Bar & Grill from 7-9pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

July 13

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be performing their popular Classic Rock at the American Legion Hall from noon-3pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

July 13

Saturday Concert Series * On the second Saturday of each month hosted by the Shingle Springs Community Center. Doors open at 6:30pm, music starts at 7. Cost is $10. Each event features two local artists. Bring your own refreshments or something for the potluck to be shared. Located at 4440 South Shingle Rd. More info on the specific performance: Jamie Faw at fawjames@aol.com or call 530-626-6274.

July 13

Farm to Fork Event * in Apple Hill * Delfino Farms in Camino is hosting this event sponsored by the Apple Hill Grower's Association, from 6-10pm. The evening features a 5-course dinner with appetizers, dessert, fresh fruit stand, wine, and hard cider. Highlights include musical entertainment, scenic beauty, a raffle and more. Cost per person is $125. More info and reservations: 530-644-7692, info@applehill.com.

July 13

Hiking Tour * A Foster Meadow hike to be led by four volunteers from ARC and the Cosumnes Coalition: Barbara Houghton, Rob Kilbourne, Cinda Christensen, and Paul Petrocchi. It will meander -- 9am-3pm -- through a beautiful headwaters meadow of the Middle Fork Cosumnes River w/ frequent stops to discuss meadow restoration, wildflowers, etc. Lunch is adjacent to a waterfall. A 2-mile, high-elevation hike w/ some steep areas and slippery/rocky terrain on an undefined trail. Contact ARC to sign up and for carpool meeting location (Placerville area). Suggested donation: $5/members or $10/non-members. julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

July 13 - 14

Overnight Backback * From Saturday at 8am to Sunday 5pm, volunteer Tom Dodson will lead this exploration of the Granite Chief Wilderness Area Picayune Valley starting at Talbot Creek. The hike is along the Middle Fork of the American River, passes through old growth forest, crosses the Middle Fork's headwaters, emerges into the Picayune Valley. Highlights: waterfalls, Indian petroglyphs, alpine meadows, wildflowers. Intermediate hike, 12 miles round trip. After setting up camp, hike continues to the saddle w/ views of the Granite Chief. Bring your backpack with supplies and food. Contact ARC to sign up and for meeting location (Forest Hill area). Cost: $40/members, $55/non-members. julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

July 14 & August 25

Easy Tai Chi * Let the open space of Wakamatsu enhance your overall wellness via movement exercises, 10-11am. Instructor Gigi Tze-yue Hu is a semi-retired Asian Studies educator and author. She offers Tai Chi – Qigong classes to select community groups. Ages 8+ welcome with adult. No prior experience is required. Contact ARC to sign up, and for meeting location (Placerville/Gold Hill area. Rain may change location). Suggested Donation: $5/members, $10/non-members. julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

July 16

Flip Side of the Revolutionary War * Guest speaker Mary-Lee Gilliland tackles “The Flip Side of the Revolutionary War” at the meeting of the Roots and Gold Dust Genealogical Society. In searching for the family behind an antique sampler, Gilliland unraveled the story of brothers who remained loyal to the crown, exposing the strife and rifts created in families who chose differing sides in the war. Gilliland will offer insights into families who chose the "losing" side. Starts at 1pm in the Primary Room of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 3275 Cedar Ravine Rd., Placerville. More info: Alice Morrow at 530-677-9464 or morrbrowz@comcast.net

July 16 - August 4

Art Exhibition * National Mother Lode * The public is invited to the 53rd National Mother Lode Art Exhibition sponsored by the Placerville Arts Association andto be heldthis year at the Sacramento Fine Arts Center, 5330-B Gibbons Drive, Carmichael, CA 95608. Exceptional artwork, including watercolor, oil, acrylic, scratch board, pastel, pen & ink, pencil, charcoal, collage, photography, digital imagery, mixed media and 3-D will be on display. Juror/Judge of awards: Folsom Lake College art professor Margaret Welty. Anticipated awards valued at $3,000. Deadline to enter: May 21. For entry guidelines: www.placervillearts.com/paa-mother-lode-show

July 19

Bunco and Dinner * A fun evening of good food and games to benefit the Shingle Springs Community Center. Dinner features summer salads and ice cream dessert bar. Game and door prizes will be awarded. Variety of raffle prizes available. Dinner is at 5:30pm, Bunco starts at 6:30. Cost is $20. Call Maria Brugger for tickets 530-306-4614.

July 20

Women & Wine for Wildlife * This fundraiser features wine tasting, appetizers, games, raffle, and silent and live auctions at Cielo Estate Winery, 3040 Ponderosa Rd, Shingle Springs in El Dorado County. Doors open at 3pm. Auction is from 5-7pm. Ticket packages available at various levels, including table packages and raffle tickets. Early-bird ticket packs include extra tickets through June 29. Event encourages more women to become outdoor recreationists, conservationists, hunters, and fisherwomen, but all are invited. Fundraiser proceeds benefit deer and wildlife habitat restoration efforts by the California Deer Association, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Tickets or more info: Amy aluong@caldeer.org or 916-575-7745; or Wanda cq@camo-queen.com or 916-532-3735, www.caldeer.org

July 20

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Grass Valley at the 1849 Brewing Co. from 8-11pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

July 23, 30 and August 6

Free Caregiver Mini Series * The El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency, Family Caregiver Support Program is hosting a free "Aging & Caregiver" Mini Series in Greenwood. The 3-part education series is Tuesdays, July 23, July 30 and Aug. 6, from 2:30 -4pm at the Greenwood Community Center, 4401 Highway 193, in Greenwood. The series provides instruction and support for people who care for or plan to care for a family member or friend 60 years of age or older. Topics: 7/23: Senior Services New/Free Resources. 7/30: Emergency Preparedness for Family Caregivers. 8/6: Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body. More info: edcgov.us/SeniorService.aspx and 530-621-6192.

July 28

Beginning Birding * Interested in birding but unsure where to start? Naturalist and wildlife photographer Hayley Crews leads this class, 7:45-10am, and introduces the hobby of birding. Basic terms and identifying tactics will be briefly discussed; then the group will walk thru oak grasslands, taking a pond loop to try spotting common species. A photographic hand-out will be provided showing bird species likely to be seen. Responsible teens+ welcome. Rain cancels. Contact ARC to sign up and for meeting location (Gold Hill area). Suggested donation: $5/members, $10/non-members. julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

July 31 - August 3

Annual Rummage Sale * Clothing, housewares, toys, books, and more! Hours: Wednesday-Friday 7/31 to 8/2, 9am - 6pm; and Saturday 8/3, 9am - 2pm. On Saturday only, fill a brown paper grocery bag for only $2. Place: St. Patrick Catholic Church Hall, 3109 Sacramento St, Placerville. More info: 530-622-0373.

August 2019

August to September 12

Live on the Boulevard * The ever-popular Thursday night concert series continues with bands that will "get you out of your seat and dancing." Entertainment for the entire family, 7-9pm. Concerts are festival-style seating so bring your chairs. Concert set-up starts at 5:30pm. More info: www.edhtowncenter.com.

August 1 - August 3

Annual Rummage Sale * Continues with clothing, housewares, toys, books, and more! Hours: Thursday-Friday 8/1 to 8/2, 9am - 6pm; and Saturday 8/3, 9am - 2pm. On Saturday only, fill a brown paper grocery bag for only $2. Place: St. Patrick Catholic Church Hall, 3109 Sacramento St, Placerville. More info: 530-622-0373.

August 2 and 3

Annual Rummage Sale * El Dorado Community Church invites the community to join the rummage sale at the church, 4701 Church St, in El Dorado, from 8 to 4pm both days. More info: 530-677-7651 or 530-622-8868.

August 6

Free Caregiver Mini Series * The El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency, Family Caregiver Support Program is hosting a free "Aging & Caregiver" Mini Series in Greenwood. The 3-part education series is Tuesdays, July 23, July 30 and Aug. 6, from 2:30 -4pm at the Greenwood Community Center, 4401 Highway 193, in Greenwood. The series provides instruction and support for people who care for or plan to care for a family member or friend 60 years of age or older. Topics: 7/23: Senior Services New/Free Resources. 7/30: Emergency Preparedness for Family Caregivers. 8/6: Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body. More info: edcgov.us/SeniorService.aspx and 530-621-6192.

August 7

Trucks and Tunes * An evening in the park with live music, kids' activities, vendors, and delicious food from Food Trucks of the Foothills. Bring chairs and picnic blankets to enjoy this fun family event from 5-8:30pm at Christa McAuliffe Park, 2400 Merrychase Dr., Cameron Park. Vendors wanted! More info: 530-677-2231 and www.cameronpark.org

August 9

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Auburn at the Moonraker Brewing Co. from 6-9pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

August 10

20-Mile Taste Fundraiser * Join this 7th annual fundraising event for "El Dorado Ag in the Classroom" at Shadowridge Ranch, the Davies Family Inn, 6-9pm. This is a celebration of El Dorado County's agricultural bounty, showcasing locally grown produce prepared by local chefs and paired with local wine and beer. Also featuring a silent auction, live auction and adult farm day fun in a beautiful Sierra foothill setting. El Dorado County's Ag In The Classroom provides high-quality educational programs to increase awareness and the importance of agriculture in our lives. For event tickets and more info: agintheclass-edc.org/

August 10

Wine in the Vines * Join the 8th annual Friends of Seniors fundraising event, 5-7:30pm at Sierra Vista Winery, 4560 Cabernet Way, Placerville. Wine tasting, hearty appetizers by Diane Wilkerson Catering, two glasses of wine, live music by Cheryl Kent and Hickory Wind, and drawings for fabulous gift baskets. Plus, silent auction, door prize, and lots of fun people. Wine tasting available throughout event. Tickets: $25/ea. Proceeds go to the Annual Seniors Grant program. Tickets and info: www.friendsofEDCseniors.org or call 530-334-6090.

August 10

Saturday Concert Series * On the second Saturday of each month hosted by the Shingle Springs Community Center. Doors open at 6:30pm, music starts at 7. Cost is $10. Each event features two local artists. Bring your own refreshments or something for the potluck to be shared. Located at 4440 South Shingle Rd. More info on the specific performance: Jamie Faw at fawjames@aol.com or call 530-626-6274.

August 10

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Placerville at the Outbreak Brewing Co. from 6-9pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

August 13

Woodcrafters Meeting * The Gold Country Woodcrafters monthly meeting is at 7pm at Park Community Church, 3991 Wild Chaparral Dr, Shingle Springs. Open to all levels of woodworkers, hobbyists, and professionals. Next meeting: Sept. 10. Call or email John Brideson for more info: 916-933-0488, jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net.

August 14

You Are Needed! * Volunteer Training Interviews * Marshall Hospital Auxiliary is in need of volunteers in many different areas of the hospital. For more information, call 530-626-2643 and leave your name, phone number and email.

August 16

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Rocklin at the Cante Ao Vinho from 7-9pm, and again on Sept 20. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

August 17

Pooch Plunge & Laps at the Lake * LAPS AT CAMERON PARK LAKE: 9am check-in, 9:30am event start. Cost $5. Enjoy this run/walk with your on-leash dog around the lake (approx. 1.1 miles). Ribbons awarded to all participants. Afterwards, let your pooch cool off at the dog-only swim event. POOCH PLUNGE: 10am-2pm. Cost $10 for 1st dog, $7 for each additional dog. All dogs big or small can enjoy off-leash running, jumping and swimming in the Cameron Park Lake Lagoon during this dog-only swimming day. Food and vendors on site. **All dogs must provide proof of vaccinations. Sign up for both the walk and plunge in advance for $13 for 1st dog and $10 each for next dogs. Both events at Cameron Park Lake, 2989 Cambridge Rd, Cameron Park. More info: 530-677-2231 or www.cameronpark.org.

August 17

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Grass Valley at the 1849 Brewing Co. from 8-11pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

August 17 & 18

Overnight Backpacking Trip * ARC volunteer Tom Dodson leads an exploration of the Granite Chief Wilderness Area from the Grayhorse Valley Trailhead, Grayhorse Valley Trail (15E11). Hike up to the end of the Grayhorse Valley to the crest. See the Granite Chief Wilderness. Camping at Whisky Creek. On Sunday's hike is along Five Lakes Creek Trail, then Shanks Cove Trails w/ beautiful waterfalls and pools. Bring your own backpack with supplies and food. Hike difficulty is intermediate;1000 ft. elevation gains at start and end of hike; 14 miles RT. Age minimum: 14 years-old with backpacking experience. Not a beginner's hike. Contact ARC to sign up and for meeting location TBD. Cost: $40/members, $55/non-members. More info: julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

August 25

Summer Concert * Sponsored by the El Dorado County Democratic Party at Cielo Estate Winery, 3040 Ponderosa Rd, Shingle Springs, 5:30-9pm. Tickets: $20. Island of Black and White band plays 6:15-8:15pm. Available for purchase: wine, beverages, food by Che Buono. Tickets at www.Eventbrite.com.

August 25

Antique Street Faire * Annual event in Downtown Historic Placerville, 8-3pm. More info: placerville-downtown.org.

August 25

Easy Tai Chi * Let the open space of Wakamatsu enhance your overall wellness via movement exercises, 10-11am. Instructor Gigi Tze-yue Hu is a semi-retired Asian Studies educator and author. She offers Tai Chi – Qigong classes to select community groups. Ages 8+ welcome with adult. No prior experience is required. Contact ARC to sign up, and for meeting location (Placerville/Gold Hill area. Rain may change location). Suggested Donation: $5/members, $10/non-members. julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

August 25

Poetry Walk & Workshop * Taylor Graham, El Dorado County's first Poet Laureate, and award-winning Sacramento-area poet Katy Brown lead an exploration from 10 to Noon of the Wakamatsu farmhouse, barn, and surroundings, then ask participants to write a poem inspired by what they've experienced. Any who wish may share their poems w/ the group and ARC. Children 8+ welcome with adult supervision. Contact ARC to sign up, and for meeting location (Gold Hill area). Suggested Donation: $5/members, $10/non-members. More info: julie@ARConservancy.org or 530-621-1224.

August 17

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Grass Valley at the 1849 Brewing Co. from 8-11pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

September 2019

September 10

Woodcrafters Meeting * The Gold Country Woodcrafters monthly meeting is at 7pm at Park Community Church, 3991 Wild Chaparral Dr, Shingle Springs. Open to all levels of woodworkers, hobbyists, and professionals. Call or email John Brideson for more info: 916-933-0488, jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net.

September 5 & 12

Live on the Boulevard * The ever-popular Thursday night concert series continues with bands that will "get you out of your seat and dancing." Entertainment for the entire family, 7-9pm. Concerts are festival-style seating so bring your chairs. Concert set-up starts at 5:30pm. More info: www.edhtowncenter.com.

September 7

Labor Day at the Pool * Come spend the Labor Day Holiday at the Community Center from 1-5pm at the Cameron Park Community Pool, 2502 Country Club Dr, Cameron Park. (Season passes not valid for this event). $Dollar$ day at the pool: $1 entry, $1 food, games, prizes and more. Vendor spaces available. More info: 530-677-2231 and www.cameronpark.org

September 5

Obedience/Conformation Classes * The Hangtown Kennel Club of Placerville offers a 6-week session: Puppy Kindergarten, Beginning, Leash Manners, Novice Tricks and Conformation. Pre-registration required. Cost: $75-$90 depending on class. Conformation $5 drop-in fee. Location: El Dorado County Fairgrounds, 7pm. Contact Cathy Keeler 530-622-6909 (6:30pm-9pm). More info: www.hangtownkc.org

September 6 and 7

Craft Fair * The El Dorado Community Church Craft Fair is today. Friday: from 9-4pm. Saturday: from 9-3pm. Vendors are invited to display their wares at $25/per table. The church is located at 4701 Church St, El Dorado. More info: 530-677-7651 or 530-622-8868.

September 7

Community Pancake Breakfast * This quarterly breakfast is served from 8-11am. Pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee, juice. Check out your local community center located at 4440 South Shingle Rd, Shingle Springs. Have a relaxing morning, meet some of your neighbors. Donations welcome and proceeds go toward improvements to the center. More info: Maria Brugger at 530-306-4614.

September 7

Winederlust: A Renegade Wine Festival * featuring Island of Black & White in Downtown Historic Placerville, 4-9pm. More info: placerville-downtown.org.

September 11

Learn to Square Dance * Sponsored by the Apple Jacks and Jills Square Dance Club of Placerville. No experience necessary. Classes are from 7-8:30pm on Wednesdays at the Hangtown Grange, 2020 Smith Flat Rd, Placerville. The cost is $5 per person per class. Introductory classes on Sept 11 and Sept 18 are free. More info: Darlene 916-817-9691 or Howard 530-647-6513.

September 12

Live on the Boulevard * The ever-popular Thursday night concert series continues with bands that will "get you out of your seat and dancing." Entertainment for the entire family, 7-9pm. Concerts are festival-style seating so bring your chairs. Concert set-up starts at 5:30pm. More info: www.edhtowncenter.com.

September 14

2nd Annual Wonderfully Made Banquet * A fun evening starts at 6pm at the Cameron Park Country Club. Bring your friends for wonderful food, dessert dash, amazing raffle prizes, wine available, beautiful views. Hear from the ministry, stories of hope, truth and life. Proceeds benefit Pregnancy Counseling Services, a non-profit pregnancy resource center and a 501c3 in Placerville. Tickets: Early Bird pricing $50/ea to 8/1/19 and Table for 10 is $450. After 8/1: $55/ea and $500/table. Tickets and more info: pregnancycounselingservices.org and tanelle09@gmail.com.

September 14

Cameron Park Community Yard Sale * It's the perfect time to clean out your garage, attic or closets and make extra money before the holidays. Reserve your space now or stop by to look through items that can become your valued treasures. The Yard Sale is from 8am – Noon in the parking lot at the Cameron Park Community Center, 2502 Country Club Dr, Cameron Park. Admission is free. Spaces available to sell your stuff. RAIN OR SHINE the Yard Sale will be held in the parking lot, so come prepared. More info: 530-677-2231 and www.cameronpark.org

September 14

Chili Cook Off & Classic Car Show * 30 chili cooks compete to earn your vote for best chili. Explore over 100 beautiful classic cars while enjoying live music, drawings for prizes, one-of-a-kind artwork by the Something MORE Artists, drinks, hotdogs and face painting. Car show begins at 10am, and the chili is ready at Noon at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds, Placerville. Proceeds for the 19th annual fundraiser will benefit adults with developmental disabilities served by MORE. Car Show entry is FREE. Chili Tasting is $10/Adult, $5/Children. For chili competition or car show entry forms, visit: www.morerehab.org, or call 530-622-4848, or email: ViersK@MoreRehab.org

September 14

Saturday Concert Series * On the second Saturday of each month hosted by the Shingle Springs Community Center. Doors open at 6:30pm, music starts at 7. Cost is $10. Each event features two local artists. Bring your own refreshments or something for the potluck to be shared. Located at 4440 South Shingle Rd. More info on the specific performance: Jamie Faw at fawjames@aol.com or call 530-626-6274.

September 17

Genealogy Meetings * The Roots and Gold Dust Genealogical Society holds free meetings that feature a guest speaker on a genealogy-related topic, 1pm in the Primary Room of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 3275 Cedar Ravine Rd, Placerville. More info: Alice Morrow at 530-677-9464 or morrbrowz@comcast.net.

September 20

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Rocklin at the Cante Ao Vinho from 7-9pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

September 21

Music Festival & Car Show * Join some good summer fun and a day of Live Professional Music, Hot Rods, Classic Cars, Motorcycles, Vendor booths, Food Trucks, Raffles, a Bounce House and Water slide for Kids, 11-3pm at Park Community Church in Shingle Springs. To show a classic or custom vehicle, the registration fee is $15 before Sept. 10, or $20 at the gate. A cash donation of at least $20 is the cost for vendor space. This is a family affair… please, no alcohol. The church is just off Hwy 50 and Ponderosa Road at 3901 Wild Chaparral Drive, Shingle Springs. Free admission and parking. More info: Sara at 530-652-4171. Download a show flyer, vehicle or vendor registration form at CarsandMusic.com

September 21

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Camino at the HWY 50 Brewery from 4-7pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

September 21, 22, 28, 29

Artists Studio Tour * Featuring El Dorado County artists displaying their art in their own studios or in studio space they share with other artists. A free tour map is available online as well as at any tour location and local merchants in Placerville. The self-guided tour, sponsored by the Placerville Artists Association, offers a wide variety of artwork for attendees. For more tour information: 415-793-2134 and www.paastudiotour.com

September 28

BIG Autumn Auction * Big Brothers Big Sisters of El Dorado County is having its 17th Big Autumn Auction, their premier event of the season. More info at 530-626-1222 or visit www.bbbs-edc.org.

September 28

Live Music * The Fabulous Liars * The Fabulous Liars Band will be appearing in Placerville at the Placerville Public House from 8-11pm. More info: www.facebook.com/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band-155563807843095/

October 2019

October 4

La Borgata at Serrano * Enjoy an evening previewing the gorgeous cars from the Niello Concours at Serrano, live jazz, delicious food and wine provided by vendors from the Sacramento region, 6-9pm. Location: 3907 Park Dr, El Dorado Hills. Evening attire strongly encouraged. Funds raised support the Albie Aware Cancer Foundation. To be a sponsor, make a donation, or for more info: 916-996-8813 and albieaware.ticketspice.com/viva-lauto

October 5

Big Autumn Auction * Don't miss the 17th annual Big Autumn Auction. This is a premier event of Big Brothers Big Sisters of El Dorado County. More info at 530-626-1222 and www.bbbs-edc.org.

October 9

You Are Needed! * Volunteer Training Interviews * Marshall Hospital Auxiliary is in need of volunteers in many different areas of the hospital. For more information, call 530-626-2643 and leave your name, phone number and email.

October 9

Fashions from Bygone Years * The Placerville Shakespeare Club presents a tea and a vintage fashion show: "Fashions from Bygone Years." Step back in time and enjoy a delightful selection of authentic vintage fashions from the 1800's to the present while sipping tea. The story of the lives of women unfolds through the clothing they wore, providing a march through history. The event includes a light tea, door prizes and silent auction. The Placerville Shakespeare Club Clubhouse at 2940 Bedford Ave. will open at 11am. The tea begins at Noon. Tickets $25. For tickets/information: Dolores 916-802-0186, Sari 530- 409-1729 or Ruth 805-320-0505. More info also at: www.placerville-shakespeare.com

October 11-13

Lake Tahoe Marathon * 24th year and still running. 3-days of running Fun that includes these events: 5K, 10K, 16.4M, 72M-Ultra, 4-person Marathon Relay, Optimist Kids Free Pumpkin Races, Carnelian Bay Half + Nevada Half + Emerald Bay Half = Tahoe Trifecta, Cal Neva Marathon + Lakeside Marathon + Lake Tahoe Marathon = Tahoe Triple, plus Cal Neva-Lake Tahoe Double Marathon. More info: www.laketahoemarathon.com/

October 16

Genealogy Meetings * The Roots and Gold Dust Genealogical Society holds free meetings that feature a guest speaker on a genealogy-related topic, 1pm in the Primary Room of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 3275 Cedar Ravine Rd, Placerville. More info: Alice Morrow at 530-677-9464 or morrbrowz@comcast.net.

October 19

Oktoberfest * Annual event in Downtown Historic Placerville, 3-9pm. More info: placerville-downtown.org.

October 20

Wings & Wine * Champagne Brunch w/ Birds of Prey * 7th annual Fundraiser for Hawks, Honkers & Hoots, 10:30 - 1:30pm at the Cameron Park Country Club, Cameron Park. Eight bird of prey ambassadors to be on display to meet and photograph. Raffle and silent auction plus the famous "Jepbirdy" game for more great prizes. Tickets: $45 per person in advance; contact kelli.hhh@gmail.com. More info: www.hawkshonkersandhoots.org

October 31

Trick or Treat in Placerville * Annual event in Downtown Historic Placerville, 4-6pm. More info: placerville-downtown.org.

November 2019

November 9

Crab & Chowder Gala * Dinner features Dungeness Crab, clam chowder, bread, salad, and pasta. Dance the night away to live music. Doors open at 6pm; dinner at 7pm at the Mark D. Forni Building, El Dorado Fairgrounds, 100 Placerville Dr, in Placerville. Fundraiser benefits the El Dorado County Fairgrounds, a registered 501c3 nonprofit. More Info: 530-621-5860 and http://eldoradocountyfair.org/gala.html

November 19

Genealogy Meetings * The Roots and Gold Dust Genealogical Society holds free meetings that feature a guest speaker on a genealogy-related topic, 1pm in the Primary Room of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 3275 Cedar Ravine Rd, Placerville. More info: Alice Morrow at 530-677-9464 or morrbrowz@comcast.net.

November 29

Holiday Event * Festival of Lights & Holiday Tree Lighting *Annual event in Downtown Historic Placerville, 5:30pm. More info: placerville-downtown.org.

December 2019

December 1

Holiday Event * Hangtown Christmas Parade * Annual celebration wending through Downtown Historic Placerville, 1-3pm. More info: placerville-downtown.org.

December 7

Winter Rummage Sale * Hosted by the Plaerville Shakespeare Club, this one-day-only Rummage Sale was once known as the "Previously Enjoyed Treasures Sale." Features: warm winter clothing such as coats, jackets, sweaters, also festive holiday decorations and under the tree gifts books, toys, puzzles and games. Starts at 9am and closes at 4pm at the clubhouse at 2940 Bedford Ave. Bring a big shopping bag and come early for the best bargains. More info: www.placerville-shakespeare.com

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JANUARY 2020

FEBRUARY 2020

February 22

Battle of the Badges * Join first responders in El Dorado County as they whip up fantastic chili provided by the Fire Department, CHP, Placerville Police, the Sheriff's Department who will battle for the popular vote for best meal. Enjoy live music, vendors' wares/info, beer and wine, face painting and more. To be a sponsor, become a vendor or get tasting tickets, contact Laurie at laurie@newmorningyfs.org

MARCH 2020

APRIL 2020

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2020 Passport Weekends * The El Dorado Winery Association hosts the 28th annual Passport wine event the first two weekends in April. This annual touring and tasting event showcases the best that El Dorado has to offer—from the region's award-winning wines and unique and charming tasting rooms to the splendid foothill vineyards and stunning views. To purchase tickets and for more info: eldoradowines,org/passport/

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Apple Hill - Fall season - Some Ranches Open Year-Round

Orchards of fruits and nuts in season; some of the 55 family ranches are open to the public year-round. Apple Hill also includes vineyards & wineries and forest land. Watch for cherries in May/June; other stone fruit in June/July/August; garden vegetables in summer; apples and nuts in fall; pumpkins & squash in October; Christmas trees after Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve. It's a scenic drive through the Sierra foothills from ranch to ranch; enjoy meeting the friendly growers! 530-644-7692.

Christmas Tree Hunting - November thru December

At Apple Hill in Camino, Christmas trees available at ranches from Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve. Enjoy a scenic drive through Sierra foothills as you hunt for your tree; enjoy meeting the friendly growers! 530-644-7692.

Snow Skiing in Season

Heavenly, 1-530-586-7000, www.skiheavenly.com * Kirkwood, 209-258-6000 * Sierra-at-Tahoe * 530-659-7453, www.sierratahoe.com * Soda Springs, 530-426-1010, www.skisodasprings.com. Cross country: Camp Richardson, 800-544-1801 * Royal Gorge, 530-426-3871, www.royalgorge.com. Snow & road conditions (from Kirkwood) 877-547-5966. CalTrans road conditions: 800-427-ROAD.

Observatory - View the Stars!

The Cameron Park Rotary Community Observatory offers free viewing (donations welcomed) to the public on the campus of the El Dorado Center of Folsom Lake College, 6699 Campus Dr., in Placerville (from Highway 50, go north on Missouri Flat Road). See www.Community Observatory.com.

Forests

Eldorado National Forest, 586,000 acres, fishing, boating, white-water rafting, hiking, riding trails, snow skiing, summer swimming. Desolation Wilderness area includes hiking, camping, picnic sites. For information, 530-644-6048; 573-2600.

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Fishing

In season . . . Jenkinson Lake in Pollock Pines - Rainbow trout, Brown trout, Bigmouth Bass, Mackinaw, 644-2545. Cameron Park Lake, Cambridge Rd - trout, angler bass, Bluegill, 677-2231. Folsom Lake - trout, Kokanee, bass, perch, catfish, 916-988-0205. Lake Natoma (downstream from Folsom Dam) - bass, Rainbow trout, 916-988-0205. Go to dfg.ca.gov for more info.

Hiking, Backpacking

Forest Service trails in the Sierra: Leg-stretching hikes less than one-mile include Rainbow, Tallac Historic Site, Trail of the Washoe, Forest Tree, Smokey's Lake of the Sky. Longer, more challenging are Fallen Leaf, Mt. Tallac, Glen Alpine, Clark Angora Lakes, Hawley Grade, Meiss, Echo Lake (1/2 mile to 6 miles). Call Forest Service, 530-644-6048.

Nature Hikes

Free. Meet at Nature Center in Coloma, first Saturday of month, 9-11 am, Hwy. 49, Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park. Call first to sign up, 530-621-1224.

Sierra Wildlife Rescue

Rehabs orphaned wildlife and educates volunteers in how to do this. Classes open to all from May to July. The "Baby Bird Nursery" hands-on classes are Wednesdays, 5pm. Walk in to 3030 Newtown Rd, Placerville. More info: Barbara, 530-621-2650, bsb@d-web.com.

Nature Center & Bookstore

Open to the public and located in the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park on Hwy 49 in Coloma. Learn more about the American River watershed, the flora , and the critters around here. The center is kid friendly, free and open Wed-Sun 11-3pm. 530-621-1224. (Tell them you heard about it from Around Here Magazine!)

American River Water Education Center

Folsom Dam -- Learn more about the American River and water conservation in a self-guided tour of the Center's displays and interactive exhibits. The Education Center brings to life the rugged canyons and life-giving waters of the American River; open free during afternoon hours on most weekdays. Guided tours of Folsom Dam may be arranged for students (grades 2-8). For more information, call 916-989-7275. (Tell them you heard about it from Around Here Magazine!)

FARMERS MARKETS

Placerville Certified Farmers Market, Saturdays mid-May through mid-October, 8am-noon, Ivy House Parking area, corner of Cedar Ravine & Main Street, 530-622-1900.

Cameron Park Certified Farmers Market, Wednesdays, 8am-noon, Burke Junction on Coach Lane (across from Food 4 Less), 530-622-1900.

El Dorado Hills Certified Farmers Market (2 locations) generally open early-June through mid-October; Thursdays, 8-noon at the Community Center on El Dorado Hills Blvd.; Sunday market is 9-1pm at the Town Center in front of MamaAnn's Deli, 8-12:30pm, 530-622-1900.

Folsom Certified Farmers Market, Sundays, early-June through mid-September, 8am-noon, Historic Folsom behind the Chamber of Commerce grounds by the railroad turntable, 916-985-2698.

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Wine Tasting

Sierra Nevada Foothills Wineries, family-owned & operated. Scenic drive through Sierra foothills from winery to winery. Award-winning wines, hospitable winemakers! 800-306-3956.

Sunday Breakfasts at Elks Club

Sunday breakfasts are open to the public at the Elks Lodge, featuring eggs to order, fresh-cut fruit, fruit juice, coffee, cereals for the kids, ham, bacon or sausage, home fried potatoes, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and sometimes, omeletes, Belgian waffles, or breakfast burritos; held one Sunday a month, usually the last; contact djstack@sbcglobal.net and 530-672-9322.

Cantare Chorale

Auditions are held every Monday night at the Church of the Nazarene, 6040 Mother Lode Dr, Placerville, 7 pm, for new members from the foothill community who can read music and love to perform. To schedule an audition, please contact Ruth O'Shea, 530-677-6964 or CantareChorale.com.

Gold Rush Quartet

Every Tuesday eve, 7:15-9:45pm, a group of congenial men, ages 16-90, meet to sing as a chorus and as quartets. The number one goal is to have a fun time. Guests are invited to join in song. Meeting is at the First Christian Church, 2687 Andler Rd, Placerville. The group also has a strong youth outreach program to encourage youth to sing, and a youth chorus that meets on Monday nights in Cameron Park. 530) 644-4151, keitheckhardt@comcast.net, www.goldrushchorus.org.

Jazz & Blues in the Plaza

Tentative schedule: July - October, every other Saturday, afternoons, Fountain Plaza, 312 Historic Main Street in Placerville -- in the courtyard behind the Cary House Hotel; free; for specific information, call before going: 530-622-4900.

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Kazual Kountry Music & Dance

First Saturday of every month, 7-10pm, country music, Hangtown Grange, 2020 Smith Flat Road in Placerville. All ages welcomed. Refreshments served. $7, 530-333-9515, 622-6988.

International Folk Dancing

Every Tuesday (year round), 7-8pm beginners ($3); 8-10pm intermediates ($6); IOOF hall, 467 Main St., Placerville, side door from parking lot, 2nd floor. Dance to music around the world. You'll be taught the waltz, tango, cha cha, two-step; singles and couples welcome; 530-622-7301, 530-644-1198.

Square Dance Classes

Thursdays, hosted by Main Street Strollers, 7-9:30pm, IOOF Hall, 2nd floor, 467 Main St., Placerville; small fee, 530-642-9685.

Square Dance Classes

Apple Jacks & Jills Square Dance Club meet to dance every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm at the Hangtown Grange, 2020 Smith Flat Rd, Placerville. Come and check it out. The first 2 Wednesday classes are FREE. Call about new dancers classes. Some line dancing instruction also. More info: Connie, 530-622-8550.

Placerville Art Walk

Monthly, third Saturday, Placerville Art Wal, 5-9pm. Historic Downtown Placerville. Main Street galleries and merchants host changing art shows and late night shopping. Demonstrations, refreshments, music and more. More info from Placerville Downtown Assn: 530-672-3436, or El Dorado Arts Council: 530-295-3746.

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Embroidery Meetings

Hanging By a Thread chapter of the Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc., fosters the excellence in the needle arts. Programs cover a wide range of stitching techniques. Stitchers of all levels/types/ages are welcomed and encouraged. Meets monthly each 2nd Monday, socializing at 6pm, meeting at 6:30pm at the Planning Commission Room in the EDC Government Center Bldg. C, 2850 Fairlane Ct., Placerville. More info: 530-621-2639, 530-672-2375, 916-515-0058, rice@d-web.com and www.d-web.com/sunshine/EGA/index.html.

Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary

Much to see, including tiger exhibit, barnowl barn & flight aviary, house & cat garden for feral cats, the wild canid exhibit housing wolves, coyotes and wolf-dog hybrids, the Macaws and parrots. Regular admission: General (13-54) $4; Children (2-12) $3; Seniors (55+) $3; Children under 2 years free. Located in Folsom Lions Park, Natoma & Stafford streets, 916-351-3527; www.folsomzoofriends.org.

Gold Bug Park & Mine

Open last week of March thru October. Park grounds are open daily from 8:30-5pm for park use and hiking trails. Gold Bug Mine, Stamp Mill, museums and Hattie's Gift Shop are open from 10-4pm daily. Self-guided tours of the mine are enhanced by audio equipment, featuring tapes in English, German, French and Japanese. Group tours available. Located one mile north of Hwy 50 on Bedford Ave. in Placerville, 530-642-5207, www.goldbugpark.org.

El Dorado County Historical Museum

Exhibits on gold and the Gold Rush. Free admission, donations accepted. Group tours upon request. Museum is at 104 Placerville Dr, Placerville, located on the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. Open W-Sat 10 am-4 pm; Sun noon-4 pm. 530-621-5865.

Fountain-Tallman Museum

"The Biggest Little Museum in the West," owned and operated by the El Dorado County Historical Society. Open Wed - Sun, 10am - 4pm. Free. Located at 524 Main Street in Placerville, 530-626-0773.

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Marshall Gold Discovery Museum

Artifacts of the Gold Rush period, open daily from 10am to 4:30pm. Parking fee charged per vehicle; located in the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, Highway 49 in Coloma, 530-622-3470.

Folsom History Museum

Open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, 823 Sutter St, Folsom, 916-985-2707.

El Dorado Musical Theatre

Call 916-941-7464, or visit www.edmt.info for coming performances.

Imagination Theater

Located at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds in Placerville. For coming performances, 530-642-0404, or www.imagination-theater.org.

Olde Coloma Theatre

Preserving Olde Tyme Melodrama, 380 Monument Road in Coloma off Hwy 49. Call for show lineup and to make reservations, 530-626-5282.

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Placerville Speedway Races

Races are every Saturday at Placerville Speedway, 100 Placerville Dr, Placerville; typically, the pits open 3:30pm, gates open 5pm, qualifying 6:30pm, but call for update, cost for tickets and parking; 530-626-3680, www.placervillespeedway.com and www.johnpadjenmotorsports.com.

Lap Swim - Open to Community

The Western Slope Aquatic Center at Union Mine High School, 6530 Koki Lane in El Dorado, is open for Lap Swims from Sept. 1 through May 31, 2010, on Mon., Tue., Thurs. & Fri. 5:30-7:30am, and Sat. 7-9am. The sessions are operated by the YMCA; cost is $40 mo. Steve: 530-626-1467.

Sacramento State Aquatic Center

Hosts annual regional & national rowing regattas, water ski tournaments & special events. Open to the general public. Offers leisure adult classes; summer youth programs & camps; picnic tables, barbecues, boat docks, beach front access. Located next to Nimbus Dam at Hwy 50 & Hazel Ave., www.sacStateAquaticCenter.com, 916-278-2842, 916-985-7239.

Tennis
The Hangtown Women Tennis Club meets Wednesday mornings at El Dorado High School in Placerville. Open to ages 18 to 80-plus. Just $30/yr. Call Julie, 530-626-4452, or Maggi 530-295-8074.

Community Recreation
Recreation through theCommunity Services District (CSD)-- Activities, classes, sports leagues and lots of fun are available through the CSD. Call the individual communities for latest schedules: Cameron Park - 530-677-2231; El Dorado Hills - 916-933-4540.

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Master Gardening Classes

Gardening classes held throughout the year by the Master Gardeners in concert with the University of California Cooperative Extension at the Ag Center, 311 Fair Lane, Placerville. Call for latest schedule, 530-621-5512; http://ceeldorado.ucdavis.edu/

Master Food Preservers Classes

Food preserving classes held throughout the year by the Master Food Preservers in connection with the University of California Cooperative Extension at 311 Fair Lane in Placerville. Call for topics, time, etc. 530-621-5506 or see http://ceeldorado.ucdavis.edu

Pinochle & Canasta

Join us on Wednesday afternoons and Thursday nights at the El Dorado Hills Senior Center, 990 Lassen Ln, El Dorado Hills. For time & more info: 916-358-3575.

Retired Public Employees Association

Retired Public Employees, Chapter 82 (El Dorado & Amador counties), hold public meetings at Dennys, 99 Fair Lane, Placerville, on the 3rd Monday of March, May, July, September and November 2011. All PERS are invited to attend.

Bingo

Tuesday Nights at the Pollock Pines-Camino Community Center; doors open at 5pm for a nice dinner served at 5:30pm for $4-$7; bingo games start at 6:15pm. The center is located in the Pony Express Village Center, 2675 Sanders Dr. in Pollock Pines; visit www.pollockpinesca.org or call 530-647-8005.

Rotary Flea Market - April to October

The Pollock Pines-Camino Rotary Club sponsors a Community Flea Market in the El Dorado Savings parking lot
from April to October on the third Saturday of each month. Buyers and sellers invited; 530-903-8039, www.pollockpines-caminorotary.org.

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