Guests enjoyed gorgeous scenery and a catered meal from John Sanders at Old Town Grill, and local El Dorado County wines and beer at New Morning Youth and Family Services’ 21st annual event.
Over 4,000 attendees enjoyed a range of lavender-related activities—including crafts and free seminars—plus train rides, puppet shows, and a petting zoo at this annual event.
A sold-out crowd enjoyed new Barbera releases, blues and bluegrass music from Mosquito Road and Old Country Ridgerunners, and a barbecue dinner from Off the Vine Catering Company.
This special evening included wine tasting, a gourmet picnic dinner, and live music from Foreverland.
To celebrate young individuals who are achieving great things in the community, the Shingle Springs/Cameron Park Chamber of Commerce held the “Mr. and Miss Shingle Springs/Cameron Park.”
This annual event recognized and honored those who have been diagnosed with cancer while helping to promote funding for the Images of Hope program.
All proceeds from this annual fun run benefited the Camino Community Action Committee. Participants also enjoyed post-race brews, giant beer pong, food truck fare, and live music.
Attendees enjoyed carnival rides, big wheel and wheelbarrow races, and animal exhibits while indulging in yummy fair food and the famous “beer tree” at this annual summer celebration.
Guests at this annual event enjoyed viewing and learning about 150 classic cars while savoring food and drinks from Main Street businesses.
Attendees indulged in a pancake breakfast, received free basic health checks, and received information on CPR training, fire safety, and evacuation scenarios at this fun-filled event.