8a - 12p * Knickerbocker creek Tim and Angela Jackson will lead this fall walk to see what songbirds, raptors, and water birds can be found. This is a slow-paced, easy-moderate hike of 3-4 miles. Quiet, mature children 8+ welcome. FREE.app.donorview.com/qbQA6
8:00a- 1:p * El Dorado Hills Town center Explore the El Dorado Hills Town Center Farmers Market every Sunday, where local farmers showcase a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Discover homemade jams, cheeses, and more. For additional details, visit edhtowncenter.com.
Round trips from the El Dorado Station are on historic gang cars. Tickets first come, first serve. $3-$8; Doors open 9:30a for any ride. Train rides at 10a, 11a, 12p and 1p. More info: 530-663-3581 (Sunday) or museum (railroad sponsor, for general information), 530-621-5865.
10a - 2p * Gold Hill/Placerville Area Betty Sederquist, local photographer and teacher, is leading a fun workshop where she will teach you the basics of phone photography. Although iPhones are preferred, we can work with most newer phones. You’ll receive a list of apps to download the week of the class. 14-year-olds+ welcome. Cost:
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