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Save the Dates April 2014

By on March 27, 2014

Spring Egg Hunt

APRIL 19
Promontory Park, El Dorado Hills

Enjoy the Easter season with your El Dorado Hills community in a park wide easter egg hunt. Between arts and crafts, and a plethora of goody filled plastic eggs. With fun activities for both adults and children of all ages, this is sure to be a spirit filled day.

For more information visit www.eldoradohillscsd.org or call (916)933-6624


48th Spring Antique Fair

APRIL 27
Historic Folsom

Join the festivities in Historic Folsom where four blocks will be filled with hundreds of local antique dealers to celebrate the 48th annual Spring Antique Fair. Don’t miss out on a wide selection of local food vendors and live entertainment scattered throughout the fair. Parking and admission are free. For more information visit www.historicfolsom.org/events


The Pastel Society of the West Coast Membership Exhibit

FEBRUARY 27 – APRIL 12
405 Vernon Street, Ste.100, Roseville, Ca

The Blue Line Arts in partnership with the Pastel Society is presenting the best of their membership’s art creations at the Coker Family Gallery. Enjoy top of the line pastels from local and professional artists and teacher. Also, be sure to check the calendar for sought after workshops. Entrance is free. For more information visit www.bluelinearts.org/


Beauty Expo

APRIL 26
Folsom Community Center

Look forward to seeing a collaboration of local beauty product vendors and trunk shows at this year’s Beauty Expo. From makeovers, eyebrow threading, and other spa treatments, this event is sure to impress any fashionista. All ages are welcome. There will be special prizes available, beauty demonstrations, raffles and so much more.

Admission is $5. For more info call the community center: (916) 355-7299


Paris in Springtime: Discovering French Wines

APRIL 10
Sacramento Natural Food Coop Learning Center.

Enjoy the allure of French wines as Sacramento moves into the beautiful Spring. Wine expert Susan Brown will be leading the night; teaching about French wines based on each location. Let the delicious taste of Bordeaux, Rhone, and so much more whisk you away to France for the night. Must be 21 or older.  Admission is $35 for non-members, $25 for Co-op owners. Visit www.sacfoodcoop.com for more information.


Generation ME- A New Musical

APRIL 13
Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake

Exploring the heartbreak of the newer online generation, this musical is sure to produce a few tears and a better understanding of life as modern day youth understand it. With so much access to communication and privilege than ever, this down to earth musical is a local production put on by talented local Folsom Lake College students. Suitable for teens and up. Admission is $22-$28. For more info and to buy tickets visit www.harriscenter.net


Wine and Beer Single and Sampling Party at Old Sugar Mill

APRIL 12
Old Sugar Mill, Clarksburg, CA

Enjoy local wine and beers with great company. Between food samples from ten different local restaurants, caterers, and breweries, DJ’s, dancing and photo booths, this party is sure to give you a night to remember. Get tickets at www.eventbrite.com


Free Gardening Classes

APRIL 5

The UCCE El Dorado Master gardeners are teaching a free workshop on planting tomatoes. With changing weather patterns and unreliable weather, these master gardeners will be fully equipped to help out with any gardening needs you may have for edible gardening. The class will be located at 130 Placerville Dr., Placerville.

For more information call (530) 621-5512.


Sacramento Philharmonic Presents “Violin Magic”

APRIL 5

This rare opportunity to hear the magic of Glazunov’s lyrical Violin Concerto is a masterpiece of heart wrenching notes and talented musicians from the Sacramento area. Come out to the Community Center Theater for this amazing and special event.

Tickets range from $19-$119.

Buy tickets online at www.sacramentoconventioncenter.com


A Day Trip to Paso Robles Arts Fest

MAY 21-28

On memorial day weekend, take a weekend trip to Paso Robles to enjoy the beautiful art and delicious wine of the region. Known as a Mecca for all sorts of famous California artists, this art festival gathers the most talented and relevant artists in one section for an inspirational weekend. Get away with fantastic local wines paired with exquisite art of all mediums. For more info visit www.prcity.com/fota

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