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Nevada City CA Hotel: Bicycle Classic Special – Save 10%

An exciting event is coming to our town: 58th Annual Nevada City Cycling Classic! We are now offering 10% discount during the event. Just use the promo code online: ‘Bicycle’ at our << hotel in Nevada City CA website here >>
Experience the 2nd oldest running bicycle race in the country and stay at our Nevada City CA Hotel in June!

Nevada City Inn

Bicycle Classic Special: Save 10%
Must use promo code: Bicycle

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Celebrate the 58th Annual Nevada City Cycling Classic and Save 10%

Save big during June 21st -26th and stay at our hotel in Nevada City, CA and save 10% on your whole stay! The 58th Annual Nevada City Bicycle Classic is the second oldest continuously running bicycle race in the country and it is happening on June 23-24th.

*Save 10% on your next stay with us in the 4th weekend of June in Celebration of the Annual Nevada City Cycling Classic in town! Valid during June 21st-26th and must book online only. Our hotel in Nevada City, CA is only 0.3 miles away from the music in the Mountains Festival. It is also close to the Indian Springs Vineyards, Miners Foundry Cultural Center, Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum, Empire Mine State Historic park, Nevada County Fairgrounds and much more! Promotion Starts June 21st until June 26th. Subject to availability.

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Nevada City Inn | 760 Zion St. Nevada City, CA 95959 | (530) 265.2253 | www.nevadacityinn.net
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Nevada City CA Hotel and Cabins: Old West Show Special – Save 10%

The Old West Show is coming to town in the 2nd Weekend of May! Stay at our Nevada City CA Hotel and Cabins and save 10% off! This show will be featuring collectible western art, mining, antique firearms, native american, railroad, gambling, cowboy genre and more!  Don’t miss this exciting show and book your next stay with our hotel in Nevada City CA today!

Nevada City Inn

Old West Show Special: Save 10%
Must use promo code: OldWest

Old West Show special 10 percent off for hotel in Nevada City CA

Celebrate the Old West Show and Save 10%

Save big during May 10th -14th and stay at our hotel in Nevada City, CA and save 10% on your whole stay!

*Save 10% on your next stay with us in the 2nd weekend of May in Celebration of the Old West Show in town! Valid during May 10th-14th and must book online only. Our hotel in Nevada City, CA is only 0.3 miles away from the music in the Mountains Festival. It is also close to the Indian Springs Vineyards, Miners Foundry Cultural Center, Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroom Museum, Empire Mine State Historic park, Nevada County Fairgrounds and much more! Promotion Starts May 10th until May 14th. Subject to availability.

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Nevada City Inn | 760 Zion St. Nevada City, CA 95959 | (530) 265.2253 | www.nevadacityinn.net
*Subject to availability.

 

 


Sonora CA Hotels: Wild Flower Train – Save 15%

Save 15% on your next Sonora CA hotel Stay during the Wildflower Trains at Railtown 1897 SHP during April 21-28th. Spring brings out the best wild flowers that our town has to offer. What a better way to view them by riding the Trains at the Railtown and relax during the ride and absorb all the beauty that nature has to offer. Don’t miss the big savings by booking your Sonora CA hotels with us!

Wildflower Trains at Railtown 1897 SHP

Join Us on the Wild Flower Train in the Town of Sonora, CA
Save 15%* when you mention or use promo code: ‘WildFlower’  Train
Valid at the Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference
and Heritage Inn Yosemite/Sonora

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Special afternoon Wildflower Train departs at 3 pm from the Railtown 1897 SHP depot, after a short video presentation at 2:30 pm, on these two Saturdays only. Prior to boarding the train, passengers will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the wildflowers of the Sierra Nevada foothills. Once on board the train naturalists will answer questions and point out wildflower displays along the way. Regular ticket prices apply.Starts: April 21, 2018

Ends: April 28, 2018

Occurs: Saturday & Sunday

Location: Jamestown
18115 5th Ave., Jamestown, CA 95327

Event Type: Education & Learning

http://railtown1897.org | 209-984-3953

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Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks and Conference Center | 19551 Hess Avenue, Sonora, CA 95370 | (209) 533-4400 | www.bwsonoraoaks.com
Heritage Inn Yosemite/Sonora | 350 S. Washington St., Sonora, CA 95370 | (209) 532-3633 | www.heritageinnyosemitesonora.com
*Subject to availability. Must be booked online with promo code: wildflower for Heritage Inn Yosemite/Sonora.
Must call and mention promo code ‘Wild Flower Train’ when booking at Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks. Valid April 21 – 28, 2018

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Sonora CA Hotel: Romance and Snow is in the air in Sonora!

Save on your next Romantic Stay at our hotel in Sonora CA with the Romantic Getaway Package! There are so many events happening in town near the Sonora CA hotel that is available for you and your love ones to enjoy!

Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Center

Enjoy all that February has to offer in the Romantic Town of Sonora, CA
Save big with our Romantic Getaway Package!
Must mention: Romantic Getaway Package

 

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Romantic Getaway Package:

Don’t wait for Valentine’s Day to say I love you to that special someone! A Romantic Getaway Package is available for the whole month of February! Package includes choice of Champaign, Red or White Wine or Sparkling Cider with Sweet and Savory snacks delivered to your room. A delicious Complimentary Deluxe Buffet Breakfast and a Complimentary Late Check-Out. Upgrade to a Two-Room Queen Suite or a King Fireplace suite with a Jacuzzi style tub for an additional $30.00! Call the hotel direct for details and rates!

Columbia Farmory

  • Year-round, indoor farmers’ market open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11am to 5pm.

Mamma Mia! at Sierra Repertory Theatre:

  • Sierra Repertory Theatre presents Mama Mia! Our 2018 opening is a first for SRT and one of Broadway’s most exciting smash hit musicals to come along in years. ABBA’s hits tell the hilarious story of a teen’s search for her birth father on a Greek island paradise. You’ll be dancing in the aisles! Occurs: Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Phone: 209-532-3120         
    Website: http://sierrarep.org/index.html

Feb. 4th 31st Annual Frank Salel Superbowl Breakfast:

  • Sonora 49er Rotary serves made-to-order omelets. Benefits Sonora High scholarships, kindergarten water-safety program, dictionaries for third graders. Advance tickets $8 adults, $6 children 12 and under; at door, $9 adults, $7 children. Will take place at the Motherlode Fairgrounds from 7pm-1am. Phone: 209-533-9300

Feb. 4thPancake Breakfast at Veterans Memorial Hall & Military Museum:

  • Open to the Public, everyone is invited to a Breakfast sponsored by the Smyth-Bolter Post 58, The American Legion of Sonora. Served from 8am to 11am, starting with Orange Juice, and Coffee, tea or milk. Then the Blue Plate Special consisting Pancakes, Sausage, and Scrambled eggs. Then the best Biscuits and gravy in town. All you can eat for just $7.50. Open seating.

Feb 9thFriday Flix at the Sonora Opera Hall:

  • Sonora Chamber of Commerce and 2nd Saturday art Night present Friday Flix at the Opera Hall. Jan. 12: The Wizard of OZ Feb. 9: The Birdcage March 16: The Big Lebowski April 13: Men in Black May 18: Paint Your Wagon Costume contests, prizes, interactive fun, goodie bags, free popcorn, no host bar. Phone: 209-533-2781           Website: http://www.2ndsaturdayartnight.org/

Feb. 10th2nd Saturday Art Night in Sonora

  • Look for banners up and down Washington Street in Sonora. This is where you will find shops participating in the magical blend of art, live music, performers and art demonstrations! All events are Free; however, you may “Tip the Act”. Clear acrylic paint buckets will be available for an easy chance to express your thanks for the community’s talented performers. 5pm-8pm. Website: http://www.2ndsaturdayartnight.org/

Feb. 10thLiving History Day in Angels Camp:

  • History comes alive on the second Saturday of each month as docents staff the Artisan’s Exhibits in the Mining and Ranching building. The Artisan’s Exhibits include a Carpenter’s Shop, Print Shop and Historic Textile Shop. Each shop will be staffed by informed docents ready to demonstrate their respective craft. Plan ahead and don’t miss this opportunity! Cost: Free with general museum admission ($7 for adults and $3 for children). Open from 10am – 4pm.
    Angels Camp Museum – 753 S. Main Street, Angels Camp CA

Feb. 10th7th Annual Heavenly Chocolate Festival:

  • The Chocolate Festival is a dream come true where guests can enjoy unlimited handmade chocolate treats. This is a festival of treasured family recipes along with unique flavor combinations using rich dark, creamy milk and white chocolates. Come and enjoy the 60+ entries plus a chocolate fountain where you can create your own blend of tastes or create an always favorite “S’more”. Open from 1pm to 4pm. Adults $12, Children under 8 are $5. Hot & cold beverages included. Wine by the glass to enjoy with your chocolate will be available for sale.  1st Congregational Church – 509 Algiers Street, Murphys, CA.  Tickets available @ 728-3141 and at the door

Feb. 10thChocolate Lovers’ Hoedown:

  • Chocolate Lovers’ Hoedown will be held at the Manzanita Building @ the Mother Lode Fairgrounds in Sonora, Saturday, Feb. 10, 6 -9 pm. including buffet dinner by Chef Dave Cooks! Plus a community dance called by Rachel Phillips. Live and silent auctions will offer chocolate goodies plus other treasures perfect for Valentine’s gifts. Tickets, $30 each or 4 for $100 are available in Sonora at The Mountain Bookshop, and Schnoog’s. For more information call 962-0805.

Feb. 11thLa Grange Odd Fellows’ Monthly Breakfast:

  • Monthly breakfast served on each second Sunday from 8 to 11 AM in the 1881 vintage Odd Fellows Hall in La Grange. The menu includes ham & cheese omelets, biscuits & gravy, sausage, and French toast, with complimentary coffee and OJ. Priced at $6, with special child rates, $3 for 7 through 12 year-olds, 6 and under free. Sponsored by the LaFayette Historical Lodge #65 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, in La Grange, CA. Information call Christine, (209) 853-2128 or email Renwah @ sonnet.com.

Feb. 13th Annual Mardi Gras Dinner & Celebration

  • Christopher’s at the City Hotel – Chef Christopher will again prepare a special Mardi Gras dinner based on his 2 years cooking in New Orleans. This event usually sells out so make reservations early. Call for reservations at 209-532-5964.

Feb. 14th – Romantic Valentine’s Dinner

  • Christopher’s at the City Hotel – This dinner service is from 5 – 8 pm is a sellout. Call for reservations at 209-532-5964.

Feb. 24thPolar Plunge:

  • Form a Team or register as an individual to raise money for Special Olympics Northern California. Feel the Thrill of the Chill at noon.  Soup, crackers, and hot refreshments will be served by the Sonora Kiwanis Club. 10am to 2pm at South Shore Lake Tulloch.
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Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks and Conference Center | 19551 Hess Avenue, Sonora, CA 95370 | (209) 533-4400
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La Mesa CA Hotel: Save 50% on 3rd Night Stay!

Save big in December and save 50% on your 3rd night stay at our hotel in La Mesa, CA! Also, check out the Holiday in the Village for all the holiday festivities on Dec. 9th – Dec. 10th. What a better way to celebrate holiday season by staying at our La Mesa CA hotel and get a great deal!

Heritage Inn La Mesa

December Special: Stay 2 nights and save 50% on third night!*
Promotion valid throughout December. Valid Sun-Thursday
Must use promo code: dec3rd50

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Celebrate Holiday in the Village on December 9th to 10th and save 50% off your third night Stay for the month of December!
Downtown La Mesa Village is the place to be for holiday festivities, shopping, Santa Claus, Christmas Carolers, Face Painting, Snow, Holiday Movies, restaurants and bars, and more. Heritage Inn is only 1.2 miles away!

*Book now and save 50% off your 3rd night stay during weeknights until the end of the year.  Three night minimum required. Promotion valid for the month of December 2017 for Sunday until Thursday. Our hotel in La Mesa CA is the close to the beaches, shopping, dining, and some attractions such as the Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld San Diego, The Gaslamp District, USS Midway Museum, and much more!

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Heritage Inn La Mesa | 7851 Fletcher Pkwy.
La Mesa, CA 91942 | (619) 698-9444
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Roseville CA Hotel: December Events and Deal – Save 20% on 3rd Night!

Stay at our Hotel in Roseville, CA and check out all these exciting winter events near us! Furthermore, you’ll save 20% on your 3rd night stay at our Roseville CA hotel for the month of December. Have a great Holiday and book your next stay with us!

Roseville Discounted California Hotels

Heritage Inn Express Roseville

December Local Events and Deal
Save 20% on your 3rd night stay in December*
Must use promo code: save20

December special 20 percent off for hotel in Roseville CA

Holiday Winter Deal All Month Long!

Friday Flicks: The Santa Clause
Bring the family out to the square to enjoy the movie The Santa Clause. Enjoy popcorn, hot chocolate and the movie with the whole family! Don’t forget to bring your blanket.
Friday, December 1, 6:30 – 8:30pm • Free

Breakfast With Santa
Santa Claus is coming to town! Enjoy a tasty pancake breakfast with your family, make crafts in the elves workshop, play reindeer games and visit with Santa. This breakfast is at Roseville Sports Center. Register early!
$10 for participants ages two and up and $5 for participants under two years.
Saturday, December 2, 8:30am

*Save 20% on your 3rd night stay with us! Valid any night in December and must book online only. Our hotel in Roseville CA is only 1.4 miles away from the historic central Downtown Roseville where all the holiday fun and events are happening this month. It is also close to the placer county fairgounds, Golfland SunSplash, The Fountains outdoor shopping mall, The Galleria at Roseville, State Capitol of California, Folsom Lake and much more! Promotion Starts Dec. 1st unitl 31st.

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Heritage Inn Express Roseville | 204 Harding Blvd. Roseville, CA 95678 | (916) 782-4466
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Oct. 2017: Winner of Harry and David’s Halloween Treat Basket with Pumpkin Cake and a 2-night stay at the La Quinta Inn and Suites in Hayward, CA

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We would like to congratulate Angela Wilson for winning the Harry and David’s Halloween Gift Deluxe Box and Pumpkin cake with a two-night hotel stay at the La Quinta Inn and Suites in Hayward, CA! She is excited to win the sweet treats and stay in our Hayward, CA hotel facility! Our hotel in Hayward, California is close to many great attractions just a few minutes away from San Diego’s Old town, SeaWorld San Diego, Dog Beach, Mission Bay, Downtown San Diego, USS Midway Museum, The Gaslamp District, Convention Center, Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, local restaurants and much more!

Don’t forget to enter this month’s giveaway at: http://www.heritagehotelgroup.com/


Sacramento CA Hotel: Events in Sacramento and Stay 3 Nights Save 10%

Save 10% in the Month of November with promo code: stay3nights at our Sacramento CA Hotel! There are many events around our hotel in Sacramento CA that guest will truly enjoy. Book your next stay with us!

The Hub Sacramento Hotel

Sacramento Events
Save 10% on 3 consecutive nights stay in November!*
Must use promo code: stay3nights

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November Events

R Street Corridor First Fridays: Nov. 3, 2017

Walk around the R Street Corridor and check out all of the new art! Locations: Beatnik Studios (723 S Street), participating artists in ARTHOUSE Gallery & Studios (1021 R Street), 1810 Gallery (1810 12th Street), WAL Public Market Gallery (1104 R Street), and participating artists in the Warehouse Artist Lofts (WAL, 1108 R Street). Openings are typically 6pm-9pm. Friday, Nov. 3rd. Free Entry

Brazilian Capoeira & Brazilian Samba Drum Classes: Every Mondays and Thursdays night at 7:00pm and Saturdays at 2:00pm during November 2017

Brazilian Capoeira is a fun art that combines music, acrobatics and movement. Brazilian Samba Drums are the heart of the rhythms of Brazil and you can learn! Learn with Brazilian Master Artist-Mestre Caboclinho, a world renowned Capoeira Master and Brazilian master drummer. Location: Kennedy Gallery,
1931 L Street. Free Entry.

*Save 10% on your 3 consecutive night stay with us! Valid any night in November and must book online only. Our hotel in Sacramento CA is close to the historic downtown Sacramento, State Capitol of California Museum, Golfland SunSplash, The Arden shopping mall, The Galleria at Roseville, Folsom Lake and much more! Promotion Starts Nov. 1st and  Ends Nov. 30th.

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The Hub Sacramento Hotel | 350 Bercut Dr., Sacramento, CA 95811 | (916) 497-0961
*Subject to availability.

 

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Sonora CA Hotel: Events in November and Save 10% on Polar Express Package!

There are plenty of things to do in our town for the month of November! Check out our Polar Express Package that can save you with 10% by staying at our hotel in Sonora CA. Come and book your next Sonora CA hotel stay in November!

 

Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Center

Enjoy all that November has to offer in Beautiful Sonora CA
Save 10%with our Polar Express Package!
Must mention: Polar Express Package

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Polar Express Package:

  • 10% Discount
  • Mug filled with hot cocoa and a candy cane
  • Stuffed winter bear for each child in the room

Wednesday, Nov. 1st

  • Columbia Farmory: Year-round, indoor farmers’ market open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11am to 5pm.

Friday, Nov. 3rd

  • Irving Berlin’s White Christmas at The Fallon House Theatre: Back by popular demand! A merry and bright theatrical experience for the whole family. Two showbiz buddies put on a show to save a rustic Vermont inn and find their perfect mates in the bargain. Full of dancing, laughter and great Irving Berlin songs including “Blue Skies,” “I Love a Piano,” “How Deep is the Ocean.” Rated G
    Location: Columbia State Historic Park – 11175 Washington, Columbia
    Phone: (209) 532-3120   Website: http://www.sierrarep.org/

Friday, Nov. 10th

  • Wine Maker’s Dinner with Gianelli Vineyards at Black Oak Casino Resort: Come enjoy a taste of gourmet Mediterranean dining with paired wines from Gianelli Vineyards. Please call to make reservations.
    Location: Black Oak Casino            Phone: (209) 928-9348  
    Website: www.blackoakcasino.com/dining/special-dining-experiences/

Saturday, Nov. 11th

  • 2nd Saturday Art Night in Sonora: Look for banners up and down Washington Street in Sonora. This is where you will find shops participating in the magical blend of art, live music, performers and art demonstrations! All events are free, however, last year a “Tip the Act” campaign was launched. Clear acrylic paint buckets will be available for an easy chance to express your thanks for the community’s talented performers. 5pm – 8pm.
    Location: Downtown Historic Sonora

    Website: http://www.2ndsaturdayartnight.org/
  • National Parks Free Admission Day: National Parks Free Admission Days, celebrating Veterans Day Weekend.
  • Veterans Day Remembrance at Columbia State Historic Park: On Veterans’ Day in Columbia’s historic cemetery at 10:55 am, the Columbia Foot Dragoons explain the significance of Veterans’ Day and how it became into being, and fire a single volley.
    Location: Columbia Cemetery, Columbia          Phone: 209-532-8673  

    Website: http://www.visitcolumbiacalifornia.com/event/veterans-day-remembrance/
  • Veterans Day Trains at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park: Celebrate Veterans Day with a train ride behind an ex-military diesel locomotive with crew members who are veterans Trains depart at 11 am and 1 pm. Veterans ride free.
    Location: 18115 5th Ave., Jamestown

    Phone: 209-984-3953         Website: http://www.railtown1897.org/

Friday, Nov. 24th

  • 34th Annual Downtown Sonora Christmas Parade: Sounds of Christmas will fill the air with this night time parade with bright lights, floats, antique cars, and sounds of the holidays with marching bands and dancers. Starts promptly rain or shine at 5:30 p.m. Merchants will hold open houses with warm cider and Santa will greet little ones after the parade.
    Location: Downtown Historic Sonora

    Phone: 209-532-7725  Email: swilkenson@sonoraca.com
  • 43rd Annual Christmas Craft Faire in Sonora: This highly regarded festival features over 150 great quality craft artists, up tempo and varied music, street performers, costumed elves, twinkle trees, carolers and a wide selection of home-cooking.
    Location: Mother Lode Fairgrounds, Sonora

    Website: https://www.fireonthemountain.com/     Phone: 209-533-3473
  • Hometown Crafters Christmas Craft Faire: This hometown event features homemade holiday items. Phone: 209-256-2576
    Location: Sonora Opera Hall, Washington St., Sonora
  • Polar Express Train Rides at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park: Very Special trains for Christmas on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through December 17!! Relive the magical journey of The Polar Express™ on an hour-long train ride to the North Pole. Enjoy hot-hot-hot chocolate and yummy cookies as you ride along with many of the story’s characters. When you reach the North Pole, the jolly old elf- Santa himself – will come on board to give each passenger a silver sleigh bell, “the first gift of Christmas”. Tickets go on sale in October and are very popular!   Phone: 209-984-3953
    Location: Railtown – 18115 5th Avenue, Jamestown

                Website: http://www.railtown1897.org/

Saturday, Nov. 25th

  • Columbia Candy Kitchen Cane Making: For four weekends at 12 noon, 1 pm, and 2 pm you can participate in making traditional candy canes during the holidays.
    Location: 22768 Main St., Columbia    Phone: 209-532-7886  

    Website: http://www.columbiacandykitchen.com/
  • 43rd Annual Christmas Craft Faire in Sonora: This highly regarded festival features over 150 great quality craft artists, up tempo and varied music, street performers, costumed elves, twinkle trees, carolers and a wide selection of home-cooking.
    Website: https://www.fireonthemountain.com/     Phone: 209-533-3473
  • Hometown Crafters Christmas Craft Faire: This hometown event features homemade holiday items. Phone: 209-256-2576
    Location: Sonora Opera Hall, Washington St., Sonora
  • Polar Express Train Rides at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park: Very Special trains for Christmas on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through December 17!! Relive the magical journey of The Polar Express™ on an hour-long train ride to the North Pole. Enjoy hot-hot-hot chocolate and yummy cookies as you ride along with many of the story’s characters. When you reach the North Pole, the jolly old elf- Santa himself – will come on board to give each passenger a silver sleigh bell, “the first gift of Christmas”. Tickets go on sale in October and are very popular!   Phone: 209-984-3953
    Location: Railtown – 18115 5th Avenue, Jamestown

                Website: http://www.railtown1897.org/
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Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks and Conference Center | 19551 Hess Avenue, Sonora, CA 95370 | (209) 533-4400
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San Diego CA Hotel: Celebrate Beer Week with Us!

The Annual San Diego Beer Week is coming and what a great way to celebrate it by attending the festivities and not drive too far and stay with our hotel in San Diego CA! Our San Diego CA hotel is only 10 minutes away from the Port Pavilion on Broadway where the Beer Week Event is held! Book your next stay with us.

 

Heritage Inn San Diego

Celebrate San Diego Beer Week with Us!
Nov. 3 – 12, 2017

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San Diego Beer Week is an annual event celebrating San Diego craft beer on Nov. 3-12, 2017. It promotes San Diego’s thriving craft beer culture by sponsoring a ten-day countywide festival! Rub elbows with some of San Diego’s award-winning brewers and see why San Diego beer is taking over palates everywhere. This exclusive event will showcase San Diego’s finest, rare, and specialty beers from local breweries, including offerings brewed just for this event. Enjoy the Guild Festival with a commemorative tasting cup and unlimited beer samples. The event showcases San Diego County’s finest craft breweries! Food will be available for sale from local, craft-beer friendly restaurants and food trucks. And to top it all off, musical entertainment will be provided by some of San Diego’s most talented musicians! For tickets and more information go to https://www.sdbeer.com/sdbw. We are only 10 minutes away from Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier! We are also close to SeaWorld San Diego, beaches, San Diego Zoo. Plus, we offer free coffee and pastries for breakfast, free Wi-Fi, great customer service and more!

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Heritage Inn San Diego | 3333 Channel Way.
San Diego CA 92110 | (619) 223-9500
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Sonora, CA Hotel: October Local Events – Save 15%

Visit our hotel in Sonora, CA as we celebrate all the October festivities and events in our town! Save 15% on Oct. 27-29th when you mention ‘All Hallows Fantasy Faire’ so book your next Sonora CA hotel with us!

 

Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Center

Enjoy all that October has to offer in Beautiful Sonora CA
Save 15% on Oct. 27th, 28th, 29th!
Must mention: All Hallows Fantasy Faire

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October 4th

Columbia FarmoryYear-round, indoor farmers’ market open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11am to 5pm. 11am-5pm at 10800 Airport Rd., Columbia, CA 95310

October 6th

First Friday Jamestown Art Walk~Wine~Dine and MusicFirst Fridays! are a great way to begin a new month! End a work week by going wine tasting at the two tasting rooms on Main Street, enjoying dinner at one of the many restaurants on Main Street, visiting the many retail shops along Main Street and enjoy work of local artists and live musicians. Featured monthly music groups will perform in the Gazebo in Rocca Park and individual musicians and other groups will also be performing on Main Street and in other shops and hotels. Join Us! May through October. 5pm to 7pm

Stories in Stone:  Visitors are led through Columbia’s historic cemetery by costumed volunteers carrying lanterns where they will visit 13 grave sites. The dead come to life as interpreters tell about their lives, how they died, and how they came to lie in Columbia’s cemetery. Contact Columbia State Historic Park at 209-588-9128. Admission $25.00 per person.

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

 October 7th

2nd Annual Handmade ParadeOctober is Arts and Humanities month and October 7th is California Arts Day. Join fellow citizens and community groups in a collective art experience. Described as a “walking theatrical performance,” our parade will also glow after dark! Everyone is invited to register themselves, their family, their business, club, or group as participants. Then get busy building your small float, prop, or costume. Walk, stroll, bike, drum, dance or sing down Main St. in Jamestown. Think Mardi Gras in the Motherlode! We offer free classes in the art of “making” your creations, each weekend in the months of August and September. We have materials and great collaborators to make your ideas come to life! Find a class schedule at www.tuolumnecountyarts.org.

Columbia FarmoryYear-round, indoor farmers’ market open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11am to 5pm. 11am-5pm at 10800 Airport Rd., Columbia, CA 95310

Pints in the Pines in Twain Harte:  October Festival all weekend! Artisans, Crafters, Food Vendors & Live Music. Beer Garden opens at 12 Noon with Beer Tasting, Food & Commemorative Mugs. On Saturday, the Black Irish Band will be playing from Noon to 3:00pm.  Sunday Sherry and the Psychedelic’s plays from Noon to 3:00 pm. Sponsored by the Twain Harte Area Chamber of Commerce. Meadow Plaza, Twain Harte, CA 95383

Sonora Certified Farmers Market:  Farm fresh and organic produce, honey, olive oils, breads, pastries, flowers and potted plants, coffees and breakfast burritos, fresh salmon, and meats.  Saturday 7:30-11:30am at Theall and Stewart Streets, Sonora, CA 95370

Stories in Stone:  Visitors are led through Columbia’s historic cemetery by costumed volunteers carrying lanterns where they will visit 13 grave sites. The dead come to life as interpreters tell about their lives, how they died, and how they came to lie in Columbia’s cemetery. Contact Columbia State Historic Park at 209-588-9128. Admission $25.00 per person.

Sugar Pine Trail Run:  Sugar Pine Trail Run. 10K run and a mile fun run. Held on th Historic Sugar Pine Railroad Grade at 8AM. All ages, groups welcome. Children and group prices available. Entry fees to be announced soon.  Sugar Pine Railroad Grade, Twain Harte, CA 95383.  Call 209-586-3181 for additional information.

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

The Harvest Haunt Express at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park:  This delightful, not frightful train is just the ticket for the family!  Staffed by a “skeleton crew,” the popular train rides take place aboard an excursion train decorated for the season.  Located in the heart of California’s Gold Country, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park combines railroad heritage, local history and the lure of Hollywood and is one of only two authentic and still-operating steam-era railroad roundhouse complexes in the entire country. Themes: October 7th & 8th Critters and Creatures.  Train ride times: 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm.  Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for youth (ages 6-17), children 5 and under ride for free.  Call 209-984-3953 for more information.

October 8th

Pints in the Pines in Twain Harte:  October Festival all weekend! Artisans, Crafters, Food Vendors & Live Music. Beer Garden opens at 12 Noon with Beer Tasting, Food & Commemorative Mugs. On Saturday, the Black Irish Band will be playing from Noon to 3:00pm.  Sunday Sherry and the Psychedelic’s plays from Noon to 3:00 pm. Sponsored by the Twain Harte Area Chamber of Commerce. Meadow Plaza, Twain Harte, CA 95383

Sonora Bach Festival – Youth Finalist Concert: Youth Finalists Concert at the Church of the 49ers in Columbia featuring Central Sierra youth selected from the earlier-held youth auditions. Classical guitarist, Will Kiel will be the invited guest soloist. Admission is $5 with those younger than 18 free.  3pm at 11155 Jackson St, Columbia, CA

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

The Harvest Haunt Express at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park:  This delightful, not frightful train is just the ticket for the family!  Staffed by a “skeleton crew,” the popular train rides take place aboard an excursion train decorated for the season.  Located in the heart of California’s Gold Country, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park combines railroad heritage, local history and the lure of Hollywood and is one of only two authentic and still-operating steam-era railroad roundhouse complexes in the entire country. Themes: October 7th & 8th Critters and Creatures.  Train ride times: 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm.  Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for youth (ages 6-17), children 5 and under ride for free.  Call 209-984-3953 for more information.

October 14th

2nd Saturday Night Art Night in Sonora:  Look for banners up and down Washington Street in Sonora. This is where you will find shops participating in the magical blend of art, live music, performers, and art demonstrations! All events are free!

33rd Annual Harvest Festifall in Columbia State Historic Park:  Join us for a cornucopia of crafts, comestibles, demonstrations of skills, and music and dancing on the shady streets of the Park decorated for the harvest season. Almost fifty vendors, dressed in 1850s attire, will display their handmade arts and crafts for sale, including pottery, jewelry, apparel, home décor, wood furniture, baked goods, and many more!   Attractions include demonstrations of spinning and weaving by the Mother Lode Weavers & Spinners, face painting, petting zoo, and entertainment by various local groups of musicians & dancers. Columbia State Historic Park, Columbia, CA 95310.  Call 209-536-1672 for more information.

Barrels Brews and Bites – A Tasty EventHome brewer’s competition. Music entertainment, wines, and gourmet food pairings. 2pm-5pm at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park.  Admission is $45 advance tickets, $55 at the door.  Call 209-329-6639 for additional information.

Coffill Park Summer Concert Series:  Coffill Park Summer Concert Series.  Featuring Jill and the Giants. Doors open at 7:00pm Music starts at 8:00pm. Beer and wine available. Tickets are $5 and benefit more events downtown. Event brought to you by the 2nd Saturday Art Night Committee and the Sonora Chamber of Commerce.  Call 209-533-2781 for more information.

Columbia Ghost Tours:  Have you heard that there are ghosts in Columbia? Join us on the tour to find out where they lurk and the stories behind those who lived in Columbia during the Gold Rush.  Tours begin at 3pm.  Contact Columbia State Historic Park at 209-588-9128.

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

The Harvest Haunt Express at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park:  This delightful, not frightful train is just the ticket for the family!  Staffed by a “skeleton crew,” the popular train rides take place aboard an excursion train decorated for the season.  Located in the heart of California’s Gold Country, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park combines railroad heritage, local history and the lure of Hollywood and is one of only two authentic and still-operating steam-era railroad roundhouse complexes in the entire country. Themes: October 14th – 15th Superheroes & Villains.  Train ride times: 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm.  Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for youth (ages 6-17), children 5 and under ride for free.  Call 209-984-3953 for more information.

October 15th

33rd Annual Harvest Festifall in Columbia State Historic Park:  Join us for a cornucopia of crafts, comestibles, demonstrations of skills, and music and dancing on the shady streets of the Park decorated for the harvest season. Almost fifty vendors, dressed in 1850s attire, will display their handmade arts and crafts for sale, including pottery, jewelry, apparel, home décor, wood furniture, baked goods, and many more!   Attractions include demonstrations of spinning and weaving by the Mother Lode Weavers & Spinners, face painting, petting zoo, and entertainment by various local groups of musicians & dancers. Columbia State Historic Park, Columbia, CA 95310.  Call 209-536-1672 for more information.

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

The Harvest Haunt Express at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park:  This delightful, not frightful train is just the ticket for the family!  Staffed by a “skeleton crew,” the popular train rides take place aboard an excursion train decorated for the season.  Located in the heart of California’s Gold Country, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park combines railroad heritage, local history and the lure of Hollywood and is one of only two authentic and still-operating steam-era railroad roundhouse complexes in the entire country. Themes: October 14th – 15th Superheroes & Villains.  Train ride times: 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm.  Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for youth (ages 6-17), children 5 and under ride for free.  Call 209-984-3953 for more information. 

October 21st

Columbia FarmoryYear-round, indoor farmers’ market open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11am to 5pm. 11am-5pm at 10800 Airport Rd., Columbia, CA 95310

Farms of Tuolumne County Pumpkin & Zucchini Weigh In:  Farms of Tuolumne County will hold its first Pumpkin & Zucchini Weigh-In on October 21, 2017 (rain date October 28) at Hurst Ranch, 17415 Highway 108, Jamestown, CA. Pumpkin seeds were distributed in early May and we are hoping for a bumper crop of giant pumpkins to show up at the Weigh-In. In addition, for those of you who can’t help but grow giant zucchini, this is your opportunity to show off. ENTRY INTO THE WEIGH-IN IS FREE!  There is a $7 fee to get into Hurst Ranch because this event is being held in conjunction with their Fall Festival which includes the FOTC Pumpkin & Zucchini Weigh-In, Music, Unlimited Train & Hay Rides, Hay Bale Maze, Petting Zoo, and a Free pumpkin for everyone!  Kids under 2 get in free. Cash prizes for winning pumpkins and zucchini! Certified scale. Don’t have a pumpkin or zucchini to enter? Come on over anyway and join in on the fun! To download Official Rules and ENTRY FORM visit www.TCFarms.org and go to “Events” page.

Bach Festival – Salon Series:  The Salon Concert- an intimate, afternoon house-concert with guest artist Lisa Grodin of early-music fame. A member of the internationally renowned Philharmonic Baroque orchestra and the American Bach Soloists.  Ms. Grodin will feature the violin and viola with accompaniment in a lively and elegant program of Baroque music. Following the concert will be a delightful buffet presented by Chef David Ingram. The concert location, in one of the counties beautiful homes, will be given at the time of ticket purchase. Admission for concert and buffet is $35 and advance reservations are required.  Make reservations online at www.sonorabach.org

Sonora Bach Festival-Local’s Concert at the Church of the 49er’s:  Fine community vocalists and instrumentalists in an afternoon of chamber music of the Baroque at the 1st Presbyterian Church at 3:00 pm. Support your friends, family, and community as you enjoy their talents. $10 per person. Jackson and Gold Streets, Columbia, CA 95310

Sonora Toy Run by Harley Davidson:  Join the popular Sonora Toy Run by bringing one toy and one non-perishable food item. Register at Modesto Harley Davidson or Jamestown Harley Davidson. Leave at noon, rain or shine.

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

The Harvest Haunt Express at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park:  This delightful, not frightful train is just the ticket for the family!  Staffed by a “skeleton crew,” the popular train rides take place aboard an excursion train decorated for the season.  Located in the heart of California’s Gold Country, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park combines railroad heritage, local history and the lure of Hollywood and is one of only two authentic and still-operating steam-era railroad roundhouse complexes in the entire country. Themes: October 21st & 22nd, Pirates and Princess.  Train ride times: 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm.  Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for youth (ages 6-17), children 5 and under ride for free.  Call 209-984-3953 for more information.

October 22nd

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

The Harvest Haunt Express at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park:  This delightful, not frightful train is just the ticket for the family!  Staffed by a “skeleton crew,” the popular train rides take place aboard an excursion train decorated for the season.  Located in the heart of California’s Gold Country, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park combines railroad heritage, local history and the lure of Hollywood and is one of only two authentic and still-operating steam-era railroad roundhouse complexes in the entire country. Themes: October 21st & 22nd, Pirates and Princess.  Train ride times: 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm.  Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for youth (ages 6-17), children 5 and under ride for free.  Call 209-984-3953 for more information.   

October 28th

11th Annual Illumination of the Jack-O’-Lanterns:  Carve your pumpkins, turning them into classic peg-toothed grinners, artfully chiseled ghouls, leering witches, or any family-friendly design of your choosing. Bring your carved gourds to the Columbia Museum on Main Street for judging, and enjoy the live musical entertainment. Prizes will be awarded for the most original, most gruesome, most entertaining, etc. At dusk the jack-o’-lanterns will be illuminated. This free event is sponsored by the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, and fun for all ages.  6:30pm-8pm

Boo Boulevard – Halloween in Columbia:  Columbia welcomes children in costume for Trick or Treating from 3 to 6 pm. Wagon rides, games, and more! This free event is sponsored by Columbia State Historic Park, Friends of Columbia, and the Columbia Chamber of Commerce. Fun for all ages. Information: 209-588-9128, or 209-536-1672 or www.visitcolumbiacalifornia.com.  3-6pm.

Ironstone Vineyards Silent Movie Night:  Ironstone Vineyards is announcing our Silent Movie Night, featuring the 1925 film ‘The Phantom of the Opera’. A favorite annual event among our guests, which offers family fun and a unique movie night. The film is shown on a large screen in the Ironstone Vineyards Music Room. The show will feature live music by organist Dave Moreno on the Robert Morton Theatre Pipe Organ accompanied with live vocals by Linda Small. The cost for admittance is $35 for adults, $20 for ages 6-12, and free for ages 5 and under. The price includes buffet, dessert, and popcorn with the show. The event will take place Saturday, October 28th, 2017 at 6p.m. Halloween Costumes are welcome! For more information, or to make a reservation, please call 209-728-1251

Sonora All Hallows Fantasy Faire:  The original modern themed costume Play Fantasy Festival in the Mother Lode of California “where imagination can become your reality!” Deeply rooted in the beliefs of the Celtic people but combined with all the fun and excitement of modern Halloween. Includes, music, food and drink, vendors, jugglers, magicians and more. Presale $12; at gate $16 on Saturday, $15 on Sunday, $5 for children 6-12.  Located at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds in Sonora, CA

The Glass Menagerie at Sierra Repertory Theater:  A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams achieved his first major success with this autobiographical “memory play,” which looks at the Wingfield family, frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother, Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister, Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. This iconic, emotional, and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a world classic. Rated G. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances.  Matinee and Evenings.  Call 209-532-3120 for tickets.

The Harvest Haunt Express at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park:  This delightful, not frightful train is just the ticket for the family!  Staffed by a “skeleton crew,” the popular train rides take place aboard an excursion train decorated for the season.  Located in the heart of California’s Gold Country, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park combines railroad heritage, local history and the lure of Hollywood and is one of only two authentic and still-operating steam-era railroad roundhouse complexes in the entire country. Themes: October 28th & 29th, Witches and Wizzards.   Train ride times: 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm.  Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for youth (ages 6-17), children 5 and under ride for free.  Call 209-984-3953 for more information.

October 29th

Sonora All Hallows Fantasy Faire:  The original modern themed costume Play Fantasy Festival in the Mother Lode of California “where imagination can become your reality!” Deeply rooted in the beliefs of the Celtic people but combined with all the fun and excitement of modern Halloween. Includes, music, food and drink, vendors, jugglers, magicians and more. Presale $12; at gate $16 on Saturday, $15 on Sunday, $5 for children 6-12.  Located at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds in Sonora, CA

Sonora Bach Festival – Bach’s Brunch:  Bach’s Brunch at Mt. Calvary Church in Sugar Pine, gives the community an opportunity to enjoy a wonderful brunch, again prepared by Chef Ingram, and accompanied by beautiful music in the beautiful forest of the Sierra. The Bach Festival Trio featuring flautists Janet Telford and Sandra Betti and cellist Ralph Retherford will provide music. Tickets are $35 with advance reservations are required.   Make reservations online at www.sonorabach.org

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Ultimate Terror Scream Park – 3 Outrageous Haunted Houses: Sept. 29th – Nov. 5th

Welcome to Sacramento’s most outrageous haunted house event. As voted the scariest haunted house in California, Ultimate Terror Scream Park offers 3 outrageous haunted houses and live horror entertainment. Named the Best in the West by Forbes and one of the top Halloween events in the nation by Haunted Attraction Magazine. Open 23 nights this October. Opens Sep 29, 2017 to Nov 5, 2017 from 7:00 pm until 12:00 am Ultimate Terror Scream Park 4909 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento, CA www.screamparkcalifornia.com Cost: $25

Open Mic Night: Every Tuesday night in October

This event occurs monthly, on the first, second, third, fourth and last Tuesday of October. Calling all musicians, singers, poets and creative types to come show off your talents at The Art Bistro for open mic night the 3rd Tuesday each month! Friends and family will have a blast coming out to support you and the other talented performers while enjoying a variety of food and beverage from The Art Bistro menu while they hang out cheering everyone on! 10 performer spots available each month–claim your spot early on the Class Schedule page at www.TheArtBistro.com Sponsored by The Art Bistro and The Piano Store…your go to places to express your creativity! The Art Bistro 6848 Five Star Blvd Rocklin, CA. Cost: Free

Halloween Haunt: October 28th

Safe Family Fun, Since 1991! Since 1991, Halloween Haunt has offered a unique setting and safe alternative to Trick-or-Treating for families with young children. Set in Safetyville USA, the unique miniature city, the event features carnival games, a costume parade, safety demonstrations and activities, and of course, Trick-or-Treat stations! Families attending will enjoy a harvest maze, face-painting, family games, raffles, live entertainment, and more! Wear your costume for the parade! Safetyville USA,3909 Bradshaw Rd., Sacramento, CA. 11:00am until 4:00pm Cost: $5

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