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39th Annual Arnold Spring Peddler's Faire
The 39th Annual Spring Peddler’s Fair will be held over Memorial Day weekend, May 27 & 28, in the beautiful mountain resort town of Arnold on Highway 4 (Ebbett’s Pass). Situated amongst the pines and redwoods at the 4000' elevation, the Peddler’s Faire features about 70 booths: Antiques, collectibles, original art & crafts, gourmet foods, & vintage jewelry are just a few of the range of items offered. Whether you’re shopping for yourself, for your home or cabin, or your next camping trip, you’ll be sure to find it here! The Ebbett’s Pass Volunteer Fire Dptm. serves local beers, along with home-made food booths, kettlekorn, and baked goodies. There will be face painting for the kids – and adult kids! The Arnold Lion’s Club holds an all-you-can eat pancake breakfast of ham, eggs, & pancakes both days from 8am – 11am for just $8. The Peddler’s Fair is held from 9am - 4pm in downtown Arnold on the park-like grounds of Bristol’s Ranch House Café. (Physical address for Google Maps, GPS, etc. is 961 Highway 4, Arnold, CA) It’s free for everyone, so come enjoy the fun and maybe find that treasure you’ve been searching for! For vendor space or further info, call Kim or Mark: 925/372-8961, or email us at: afterthegoldrush@sbcglobal.net
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Craft Show, Fair/Festival, For the Family, Social Event
40th Annual Honored Elders Gathering
The California State Indian Museum acknowledges the state's Native American elders via this event, held each year on the park grounds. This outdoor event is free and open to the public. However, there is a charge to visit the museum.
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Auto Show,Craft Show,For the Family,Special Event
Craft Fair and Car Show For Music
This is the second car show and vendor fair for the music department! Family friendly and free admission for the public! Enjoy the music, shopping, food, and beautiful vehicles!
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Fair/Festival, Children, Auto Show, Craft Show, For the Family, Gaming
Fountains' First Friday
Fountains' First Friday is back, a monthly night of shopping, games, music, a classic car show, food tents and more. And this year there will be over 30 new artisans.
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Craft Show, General
Meet & Greet Local Designer: Pat's Creative Designs
Local handmade products by Pat’s Creative Designs will be showcased at Fashion Safari & The California Store in downtown Lodi for 4 days starting Thursday, May 25, with a special meet & greet with the designer, Pat Hoffman, on Saturday, May 27, from noon-4 pm. The collection includes custom aprons, oven mitts, potholders, pillows, pillowcases and more. The California Store features inspired products made and grown in CA, celebrating small local businesses.
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Community Event, Craft Show, Social Event, Fair/Festival, Flea Market, Farmers' Market, Food/Tasting, For the Family
Stockmarket
An outdoor curated marketplace held at Stockton’s Caldwell Park featuring the Central Valley’s best makers, vintage, music, and street food. Held every 3rd Saturday, April through September, at Caldwell Park in Stockton.
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Fair/Festival, Community Event, Craft Show, Food/Tasting, Living History
Wakamatsu Kite Festival & 148th Anniversary Observance
This celebration honors the 148th anniversary of the first Japanese colony in America, who arrived at Gold Hill on June 8, 1869. The American River Conservancy honors these early pioneers during the regular Wakamatsu Open Farm Day on June 3. ARC is offering a kite festival, including food and beer for purchase, a raffle and light entertainment. Bring your own single-lined kite or make a kite to fly at the farm. Picnics are welcome; bring along a chair. Amenities at the farm are limited. Proceeds from this event will be used to care for the historic Keyaki tree planted by the Wakamatsu colonists.
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