Monthly Archives: August 2013

California County Fairs – September

California County Fairs September 2013


California County Fairs September 2013

I have spoken to a number of people who find that vacation costs have increased dramatically and many people are choosing to do things closer to home. This particular posting shows some of the upcoming County Fairs for the month of September in various Counties throughout California in case you want to take in one or two of these. The County Fair is one of those timeless events that does not seem to lose its old fashioned charm and we usually take in two or three of these a year. Be sure to follow us or bookmark this page as we will post County Fairs for the remaining months of the summer in future blog posts. For a printable version please click here – California County Fairs September 2013



September Calendar of Events – Northern California Counties

September 2013 Events


September 2013 Events

Now that summer has wound down, you may still find time to take in a few of these events mentioned here – some of which are perfect for the whole family! We have done the research for you and all you have to do is click on this link September 2013 Events and you will be taken to the full schedule that we have created for you. There are a number of plays, events, concerts, races, car shows, along with a host of fairs and festivals throughout the month of September. Take a look at the attached schedule September 2013 Events and click on the links (pictures) for full details and the web site associated with each event. There are enough local events going on throughout Placer County, Sacramento County, El Dorado County, Amador County, Yolo County, and Solano County to fill your whole calendar for the month of September. So get out your calendars and have some fun!


Heritage Trail Museum Tour (2013) – Placer County

The 2013 Placer County Heritage Trail Museum Tour took place on August 10th (Saturday) and August 11th (Sunday). This is the 6th year that this event has been held and once again there were 19 museums from Roseville to Tahoe that were open free of charge from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. All 19 museums provided historical artifacts and displays, along with a number of volunteer docents who took you back in time and described what life was like in our rich Placer County history. Each museum provided its own unique historical setting and some even had food and beverages like root beer floats and homemade hand cranked ice cream. There were 6 Valley Museums to see in South Placer, 6 Museums in Auburn, and 7 Mountain Museums located in Sierra Nevada and the north shore of Lake Tahoe. For more information be sure to visit the Heritage Trail web site and look for announcements about next year’s event. See you on the trail!