This one-of-a-kind celebration featured three nights of music with performances by Railroad Earth, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Fruition, Afrolicious and more.
Olympic Gold Medalist Billy Mills provided inspiration to over 275 participants at this annual 3K and 5K run that benefited Running Strong for Native American Youth.
Guests enjoyed performances from the El Dorado High School Drum Band and pianist Gianna Compagno at this luncheon that acknowledged people who have shown successful acts of philanthropy.
This fourth annual fund-raiser for Virtual Academy High School included a fashion show featuring wares from local boutiques, complimentary beverages and sandwiches, live auctions and more.
Guests enjoyed all-you-can-eat crab and chowder, wine and beer, live music from Dream and the Dreamer, dancing and a silent auction at this annual fund-raiser.
Assisted living is an option for older adults who aren’t only seeking safety and security, but also a life-enriching experience.
“Every two seconds, someone needs blood, and there is no artificial substitute—only another person can give this gift,” explains BloodSource Communications Manager Vicki Wolfe.
The annual winter concert series kicks off with Sister Swing on January 20. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the concert begins at 7 p.m.; tickets are $18 in advance, two for $34, or $20 at the door.
The City of Placerville Recreation and Parks has a variety of classes to get your feet moving and your heart rate up this year.
Come see "What's Up" in El Dorado County this month!