Interesting Things To Do In The Year of: 2013
Date posted: 12/30/2013
For more than one hundred years, the large Serbian population of Amador County has celebrated its traditional festive joy at the birth of Christ in the same way during Serbian Christmas. A volley of shots from amassed rifles ring out over the town from outside the National Hotel, from St...
Date posted: 11/22/2013
amador county events;
Sutter Creek Parade of Lights;
Every year, the historic Sutter Creek is brought to life in a parade of shining lights and glittering decoration. Cars, trucks, buses, lorries, horses, marching bands, majorettes and dogs parade with huge groups of people all down the famous Sutter Creek Main Street while covered in lights and...
Date posted: 10/30/2013
Kennedy Tailing Wheels Park;
The Kennedy Tailing Wheels Park is one of the best examples of gold mining history to be found in the state of California, with a rich and colorful history preserved to be explored by future generations. Although small compared to other mines, it was at one point the second highest ranked...
Date posted: 09/27/2013
In 1890, the Ione Coal & Iron Company sold the land on which Preston Castle is built to the Preston School of Industry, so that a progressive juvenile detainment center could be built. Ahead of its time, this center was looking to rehabilitate its offenders rather than simply confine them to...
Date posted: 08/16/2013
kirkwood ski resort;
hotel near kirkwood ski resort;
tahoe mountain miles;
The 33rd annual Kirkwood 5K and 10K will be held on Saturday August 31 at the Kirkwood Ski Resort. The run is held by The Tahoe Mountain Milers Running Club. The event will be fun for the whole family, with Kids Fun Runs starting at 9am before the 5K and 10K runs begin.
Date posted: 07/23/2013
kennedy gold mine;
events in jackson ca;
On January 24, 1848, gold was discovered in Coloma, California by James W. Marshall. Once word got out, the Gold Rush began and the rest is history. Between 1848 and 1858, an estimated 300,000 people flocked to California in search of gold. Forty-niners, as they were often called, traveled from all