Times Vary * Wakamatsu Farm Special programming at each Open Farm Day. See our registration page for more details. Site of the first Japanese colony in America, your self-guided walking tour of Wakamatsu Farm check out the Okei-san’s 1871 gravesite and Charles Graner's original 1850’s farmhouse. The trail around the lake is a wheelchair-accessible trail. Bring a
7:00a - 9:30a * El Dorada Hills Town Center Fuel your love for automobiles at Cars & Coffee. Witness Saturday mornings come alive with the excitement of passionate car enthusiasts. No prior registration is necessary – just show up and be part of the automotive experience! Visit Edhtowncenter.com for more details
5p - 8p * Pollock Pines-Camino Community Center Locally Crafted Holiday craft faire, affordable gifts and more!
10a - 2p * Wakamatsu Farm Explore Wakamatsu Open Farm Days! Owned by the American River Conservancy, it's the first Japanese colony site in America. Each event offers unique activities. Tour the Native Plant Garden, visit Okei-san's grave, and enjoy the Graner Farmhouse. Picnics welcome. Docents available. Seasonal produce from FogDog Farm and pre-orders available.
Main Street - Placerville Art Walk takes place 3rd Saturday of every month. Galleries stay open late and often have special events like music, preforming arts, and artists’ reception. For more info, visit facebook.com/PlacervilleArtWalk
6p - 8p *Old Pacific Telephone Company Building Climbing El Dorado" explores Lover's Leap, Phantom Spires, and Sugarloaf – iconic climbing spots along HWY 50. This exhibition features community photos, Royal Robbins' archives, maps, and videos, offering a unique glimpse into El Dorado's climbing culture. Don't miss the adventure! Monday - Wednesday: 1 pm -4
El Dorado Community Observatory hosts free public viewing with docents on hand. Clouds, bad weather cancels. Check website after 3p. For information, communityobservatory.com