TOP 20+ THINGS TO DO IN SACRAMENTO THIS WEEKEND WITH KIDS! APRIL 27TH – APRIL 28TH, 2019

Here’s our Top Picks for the Weekend of April 27th & 28th, 2019! Celebrate Earth Day, compete in a Kids Warrior Challenge, meet Star Wars characters at the Zoo, go to a flute festival, learn about native plants in real people’s gardens, see super-rare coins, make a tree cookie necklace, take a free family hula lesson, learn basketball skills from Sacramento Kings coaches, go to an art festival just for kids, go on a free sailboat ride, listen to teen pianists play, learn kid-friendly self-defense, go to a storytime, learn about neurodevelopment at the MIND Institute, listen to barbershop-style singing, go to a Rumi (poetry) event, watch a soccer match, help provide nature data to scientists, adopt a pet, go to an old-fashioned trader’s faire at Sutter’s Fort, go to a carnival on Del Paso Blvd, make a handmade doll, go to a poetry reading by Tough Old Broads, and see Alice in Wonderland, West Side Story, or a children’s choir, and more! Also check out the bottom of the post for a list of weekend farmers markets open in Sacramento. Discover new veggies and fruits, and eat more plants with the kids! Have a fun, adventurous weekend in the great outdoors! Weather is forecasted for mostly sunny 87/53 for Sat. and sunny 82/53 for Sun.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 27TH, 2019
Mostly Sunny 87/53

Compete in a Kids Warrior Challenge. Join the City of Elk Grove and the Cosumnes Community Service District (CSD) at Fitfest, a special event celebrating everything fitness. Stroll through the Fitness Festival and visit the many healthy vendors on site, enjoy all-day stage entertainment, have lunch on site with a picnic or grab something from our food vendors, and check out the free kids zone featuring a BMX Stunt Bike Show, climbing rock wall, euro jumpers, inflatable obstacle course, bounce houses, zorb balls, bungee run, gladiator joust, hippo chow down, and jumbo soccer darts! Plus, there’s a little tot tumbling area. Take a seat and watch athletes battle it out in the Elk Grove Gauntlet and have fun watching the little ones make their way through the Kids Warrior Challenge Obstacle course, for ages 6-12. Each participant gets 45 minutes on the obstacle course. Pre-registration is required for competitions (Kids Warrior Challenge and The Elk Grove Gauntlet). Free (Kids Warrior Challenge is $25 and includes a t-shirt). Sat. 9am – 5pm. Elk Grove Park. More info…

Meet Star Wars characters at the Zoo. Meet your favorite Star Wars characters without making a trip to a galaxy far, far away. Visitors are encouraged to bring their cameras and pose for free photos with the costumed characters. Visitors will learn how animal adaptations and behaviors in our galaxy relate to the creatures from the Star Wars universe through stage shows, crafts and other activities. The animals will join in on the fun as they enjoy special Star Wars themed enrichment items throughout the day. Costumed characters are members of the 501st Legion, Central California Garrison, a group of Star Wars fans who contribute to the local community through costumed charity and volunteer work. Schedule of Events: 10am: Nature Explorers, 11am: Wildlife Stage Show, 11:45am: Giraffe Encounter, 1:30pm: Wildlife Stage Show, 2pm: Giraffe Encounter. $14+, pre-register. Sat. 9am – 3pm. Sacramento Zoo. More info…

Love playing the flute? Harmonize your way down to the 5th Annual Flute Festival. Friday and Saturday will feature Ai Goldsmith, flute instructor and recording artist. Friday night will feature a concert at American River College. Saturday’s all day Flute Festival will include master classes, youth, and adult flute choirs, various classes on flute technic, vendor displays of flutes, music, and accessories, raffle drawings, and performances by Festival participants. Students $10, Adults $15. Sat. 9am – 6pm (Fri. 7:30pm – 9:30pm). American River College. More info…

Consider growing more native plants in your garden. Get tips and see other people’s native gardens at the Gardens Gone Native Tour, which features approximately 25 gardens in the Sacramento, Placer, and Yolo county areas. Gardens are comprised of at least 50 percent California native plants. Upon registration participants will receive a link to the garden tour brochure with garden descriptions and maps. Professionally landscaped gardens, homeowner designs, as well as native public gardens will be featured. Thinking of converting your lawn to water-wise, California-native plants? Here is your chance to see established gardens and talk with native plant gardeners in your area. The gardeners on this tour are passionate about sharing their experience and welcome any of your questions. Free, must register. Sat. 9:30am – 4pm. Various private residences. More info…

See some super-rare coins at a coin show. The Sacramento Valley Coin Club 2019 Spring Show will take place at the Four Points by Sheraton Sacramento. Over 40 dealers, free appraisals, hourly door prizes, a gold and silver coin raffle, youth activities, buy and sell opportunities and more will be featured. Ever see a Walking Liberty half dollar? Free for kids, $3 for adults. Sat. 10am – 4pm (also Fri. 10am – 6pm). Four Points by Sheraton. More info…

Make a Tree Cookie Necklace. Tree cookies are a cross section of a tree trunk. Each layer can give us clues about the tree’s life. Go to April’s Create and Take at Powerhouse Science Center to learn about the stories tree cookies tell and make your own tree cookie necklace. Afterwards, head outside to explore the trees on our grounds through a self-guided nature walk. Free with museum admission. Sat. 10am – 11:30pm. Powerhouse Science Center. More info…

Take a free family zumba or hula lesson or learn basketball tricks from a Sac Kings coach. Celebrate Healthy Kids Day at YMCA of Superior Cal! Bring a picnic blanket or chairs and grab a seat in front of the stage on the field to participate in free family fitness workshops and watch performances from local youth groups. See the full schedule on their website. In addition to lessons, they will have a free water play science area, face painting, an obstacle course, arts and crafts, STEM activities, vendor booths, and basketball skills and drills by Sacramento Kings coaches! Free. Sat. 10am – 1pm. Sacramento Central YMCA. More info…

Go to a Kids Art Festival. Join the Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District and the San Juan Unified School District for a community-focused event on creativity. Make and take art stations, dance and music performances, art show, food trucks, and more will be a part of the festivities. The schedule is packed with performances and craft activity. Free. Sat. 10am – 3pm. Village Park. More info…

Go on a free sailboat ride. Complimentary sailboat rides and fun for all. Go  to the Lake Washington Sailing Club’s Annual Open House for fascinating displays of sailing activities and sailing related organizations, food and refreshments for sale, and fun activities for kids. Free. Sat. 10:30am – 3:30pm. Lake Washington Sailing Club. More info…

Go to storytime and listen to a reading of What Do You Do With A Chance? by Kobi Yamada at Barnes & Noble. This is the inspiring story of a child who isn’t sure what to make of a chance encounter and then discovers that when you’re brave, take chances, and say yes to new experiences, amazing things can happen. Definitely one of our faves! Free. Sat. 11am. Barnes and Noble bookstores. More info…

Listen to incredibly talented teen pianists and instrumentalists. Celebrating its 15th year, the Mondavi Center Young Artists Competition (YAC) supports young artists in the early stages of their careers, providing scholarships to further their musical studies as well as valuable performance opportunities to encourage their artistic growth. A panel of internationally renowned musicians juries the competition through live auditions in cities throughout the U.S., with winners selected in multiple instrumental categories. This year the competition features the Founders’ Prize in cello to U.S. residents Ages 18–22 and the Young Artists Prize to California resident pianists and instrumentalists Ages 12–17. The Winners Concert will take place on the same day as the Competition Finals. The competition pass includes three events over two days. $50 for 2 day pass. Discounts available for UC Davis Students/Staff/Faculty, Active-duty Military, Youth and Non-UC Davis Students. Sat. 11am – 5:45pm and 8pm. (also on Fri. 8pm). Mondavi Center. More info…

Learn kid-friendly self-defense. Robinson’s Taekwondo Black Belt instructors will work with kids to learn tools they can use for safety, to resist drugs and protect themselves with self defense skills. Note: Event takes place at all Robinson’s Taekwondo locations. Free. Sat. 1pm – 2:30pm. Robinson’s Taekwondo. More info…

Explore the mind at the MIND Institute 2019 Open House & Resource Fair’s family-friendly event. You will have the opportunity to meet MIND Institute clinicians and researchers and participate in research studies. Enjoy presentations by MIND Institute researchers and go behind-the-scenes with self-guided tours showcasing the Resource Center and Research Clinic. Complimentary light refreshments and fun activities for kids. The UC Davis MIND Institute (Medical Investigation of Neurodevelopmental Disorders) is a collaborative international research center, committed to the awareness, understanding, prevention, and treatment of the challenges associated with neurodevelopmental disabilities. Free. Sat. 11am – 1pm. UC Davis MIND Institute. More info…

Introduce the kids to a cappella barbershop singing. Sacramento Capitolaires, the area’s premiere male a cappella singing group since 1946, will present “At the Barbershop” in Christ Community Church. Guest performers include American River College Jazz Choir, Antelope High School Choir, Checkered Past (Barbershop Quartet), Spirit West (Barbershop Ensemble), and Verve (Sweet Adelines Quartet). The musical director is Dan Warschauer and the show narrator is Larry Womac. Free for kids 12 & under. General $15. Sat. 2pm – 4pm. Christ Community Church. More info…

Teen Career Fair for Arts & Writing. Want to learn more about working in the arts or being a professional writer? Meet with a journalist, actor, writer, musician, filmmaker, and more. Free. Sat. 3pm – 5pm. Arcade Library on Marconi Ave. (not Arden-Arcade Library). More info…

Learn how to paint oceans and shorelines (teens & adults). Painting bodies of water can be one of the more challenging techniques to master in watercolor. Luckily, local watercolor artist, Tonja Wilcox, will share what she’s learned and give tips to make it a little easier as you focus on where oceans meet land from a distance. No drawing skills needed. Good for beginners and intermediate level painters. Watercolor paint generally has a translucent quality, which is great for ethereal or emotive effects. Blending colors is fun, and you can also layer imagery so that what is underneath shows through. Watercolors are generally more affordable than some other paint mediums and are lightweight for easy transporting. This workshop will arm you with the tips and tricks to maximize your watercolor experience. $40. Sat. 3pm – 5:30pm. Sierra 2 Center. More info…

Take teens to immerse themselves in Rumi: A Film & Music Concert. Join Vox Musica and host Parisa Soultani for an unforgettable evening of celebrating the life and writings of Jalaluddin Rumi at Verge Center for the Arts. This 13th century mystic from Khorasan (now northern Afghanistan) was a best-selling poet in the US for over a decade, in large part because he touches a deep vein of truth in people. The collaborative performance will include music, poetry, and imagery through film, including world premieres of pieces written for Vox Musica by Honiball Joseph, a prominent Iranian-Assyrian composer, and Dr. Kira Zeeman Rugen of Scottsdale, Arizona. This unique project is produced in joint collaboration with One Through Love, a cinematic multi-lingual film project and companion website which uses the poetry of Rumi to inspire and build new connections and understandings. $20 Presale, $25 at door. Sat. 7pm – 8:30pm. Verge Center for the Arts. More info…

See Alice in Wonderland, presented by the Falcon’s Eye Theatre. Alice’s story takes a sharp turn as she falls down the rabbit hole into the dark and mysterious Wonderland. The Falcon’s Eye Theatre presents Lewis Carroll’s fairytale of the absurd in this exuberant, funny and strikingly pertinent production meant for curious audience members of all ages. The Falcon’s Eye Theatre is the production arm of the Department of Theatre and Cinema Arts at Folsom Lake College. $12+ (May 9th show is $5 for kids). Sat. 7:30pm (also Sun. 2pm). Harris Center for the Arts. Harriscenter.net

Take mature teens to see West Side Story, presented by El Dorado Musical Theatre. Young lovers are caught between prejudice and warring street gangs in this seminal retelling of Romeo and Juliet. From the first notes to the final breath, West Side Story is one of the most memorable musicals and greatest love stories of all time. Arthur Laurents’ book remains as powerful, poignant and timely as ever. The score by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim is widely regarded as one of the best ever written. The world’s greatest love story takes to the streets in this landmark Broadway musical that is one of the theatre’s finest accomplishments. This production by El Dorado Musical Theatre features colorful costumes and sets, stunning choreography, and exceptional performances. It is an ideal event for the audiences 13+. Note: Parents need to know that West Side Story is an updated Romeo and Juliet story that explores race relations and immigration within a musical format. Street fighting and knifings are depicted, though some of the violence is lessened by the choreography. In one disturbing scene, a gang of boys physically abuses a young woman and a rape almost takes place. A major character is killed. $36+. (Bargain night tickets are $15 but they are sold out for this show.) Sat. 2pm (also on Sun. 7pm). Harris Center for the Arts. Harriscenter.net

Go to a children’s choir. Head out for an exciting evening of beautiful choral music featuring Inspire Choir’s children’s choir, based out of El Dorado Hills/Folsom area, a local swing choir (Proscenium with Ringger Studios), and the new adult choir. This concert will also feature a guest artist Justin Ancheta who is a teacher, multi-instrumentalist, and master musician (originally from Hawaii) and will be performing and showcasing a very rare percussion instrument known as the Handpan. Inspire Choirs of America was formed in 2018 to inspire local choirs among the El Dorado Hills and Folsom areas. $10+. Sat. 7pm – 8:30pm. Harris Center for the Arts. $10+. Sat. 7pm – 8:30pm. Harris Center for the Arts. More info…

Watch a professional soccer match. See the Sacramento Republic FC take on Phoenix Rising FC. $14+. Sat. 7:30pm. Papa Murphy’s Park. More info…

SUNDAY, APRIL 28TH, 2019
Sunny 82/53

Spend a lovely day outdoors on Sutter Street in Historic Folsom at the 52nd Annual Historic Folsom Spring Arts and Crafts Fair featuring 200 artisan crafters. You will find unique, quality, handmade items. Food and beverage stands available as well as many local eateries, bakeries, wineries, and pubs. There are many surrounding boutiques and shops as well. Note: You can ride Light Rail for free with a post card you can pick up from Historic Folsom merchants or from the event poster (follow link and take a snapshot or screenshot with your phone). Free, cost of purchases. Sun. 9am – 4pm. Historic Old Folsom. More info…

Re-Live the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. The California State Capitol Museum Volunteer Association presents a compelling 1906 Earthquake Living History Day at the California State Capitol Museum. This interpretive Living History event is designed to re-enact some little known events connected to what is known as California’s “Big One” — the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire.For one day only each year, the California State Capitol Museum Volunteer Association invites the community to step back in time to revisit the earth-moving experience and learn from the past. Visitors to the California State Capitol Museum will be surrounded by docents in period attire as they re-create the memorable scenes of the recovery efforts. Some key moments in time include local dignitaries as they assisted refugees — many of whom camped out on the Capitol grounds or at Sutter’s Fort — and Sacramento women as they aided Bay Area families in need by providing meal tickets, clothing, and blankets. And, guests will be close-at-hand when then-California Governor George Pardee receives an important telegram — not a text, email or phone call — from President Theodore Roosevelt offering a staggering sum of $1 million for disaster relief. Free. Sun. 10am – 3pm. California State Capitol Museum. More info…

Celebrate Earth Day at Southside Park. Sacramento Earth Day is all about building community and finding ways to help residents reduce our ecological footprint. Attend the festival for the opportunity to learn about a vast array of methods to live more sustainably. Around 150 organizations and businesses will be exhibiting a multitude of practical information, goods and services that cultivate a healthier, greener way of living. You’ll also find a variety of fun activities to enjoy for the whole family, including live music, interactive educational games and a kids’ area. There will be several food vendors serving a range of plant-based (vegan) cuisine options. Featuring local art, environmentally protective products and even valet parking for your bicycle, this is the largest Earth Day celebration in the Sacramento region. Food vendors include: Deluxe Foods, Kimberley’s Kitchen, Xochimilco, Frik’n Vegan, KC Kombucha, Mr. Pops Popcorn, What’s Happenin’ Italian Ice, San Francisco Bay Coffee, and Conscious Creamery. Free. Sun. 11am – 4pm. Southside Park. More info…

Provide data to scientists. Help Sacramento win the City Nature Challenge! This event is a fun outdoor nature observation challenge where participants add data to an app that scientists will later use for their research. Join the Powerhouse Science Center for an hour-long Bioblitz where the group will explore our grounds for plants and animals to add to your iNaturalist account. Binoculars and hand lenses will be available for checkout. Free with museum admission. Sun. 10am – 11am. Powerhouse Science Center. More info…

Adopt a cat or dog. Cosumnes River College Veterinary Technician Program is having their annual Adoption Day for colony animals. Go to the Veterinary Program building for the meet and greet of eight dogs and six cats. VT students will be available to introduce you to the animals of your choice and answer any questions you may have. Be sure to sign up to adopt the animal you fall in love with by noon, as lotteries will begin for any animal that has multiple families interested. Adoption fees are $150 for dogs and $50 for cats. Fees cover previously administered vaccines and other care. Cash and check only. If you wish to see more of the animals before the event, please or email to meet them or visit them on Petfinder, but be sure to come the day of the event as the animals will no longer be available to meet after the 28th. You can meet the animals before the day of the event by calling (916) 691-7355 or emailing Buchc@crc.losrios.edu. Free. Sun. 10am – 2pm. Consumnes River College. More info…

Go to the Trader’s Faire at Sutter’s Fort. Sutter’s Fort once served as a thriving commercial center in the early days of the Gold Rush. In fact, it was the only trading center on the way to the gold fields and literally thousands of gold miners passed through the Fort to purchase needed supplies from vendors hawking a variety of goods. At Shop Traders’ Faire, you can see handforged metal goods, traditional Native American beadwork, palm leaf hats shaped on-site, dream catchers, sun catchers, handmade dolls, medicine bags, and more. Adults $7, Kids 6-17 $5, 5 & under Free. Sun. 10am – 5pm (also on Fri. & Sat.). Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park. More info…

Slow down and do some sketches in an art gallery. We love Sketch It at Crocker Art Museum. Visitors ages 5 and older can sketch at their own pace while receiving drawing instruction. This drop-in program meets in a different gallery each month. No experience necessary, and all supplies are provided. Free with museum admission. Sun. 10:30am – 12:30pm. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

Visit the mouse-y, child-friendly art show of Stuart Dunkel: Mouse in the House. Stuart Dunkel is a still-life painter based in Boston. Dunkel enjoys incorporating humor and playfulness in his work, as well as a sense of classical balance and naturalism. He considers all of his work autobiographical, as he uses painting to draw out his ideas on philosophy and beauty. His choice of darker backgrounds in his work is influenced by 17th century Dutch artists such Willem Kalf and Jan Davidsz de Heem. As he states, “This perception enforces my belief that nothing exists until light is draped over it. From the nothingness of black, we build up to the perceived objects.” Apart from painting, Dunkel also teaches art at the Nautilus School of Realist Art, and music at the Boston Conservatory of Music. Free. Open Sat. & Sun. 11:30am – 5pm (this is the show’s last weekend). Pence Gallery in Davis. More info…

Go to a Spring Carnival. Del Paso Boulevard Partnership and Johnston Amusements brings a Spring Carnival to Old North Sacramento featuring rides, games, foods, and family fun. This annual event benefits the continued development of the Del Paso Boulevard Business District and Community through Del Paso Boulevard Foundation. Individual rides vary in price. Weekday All-Day Ride Wristbands (Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday) $30. Weekend All-Day Ride Wristbands (Saturday or Sunday) $35. Sun. 12pm – 11pm (also open Sat.) What’s By Watts Parking Lot. More info…

Take mature teens to a poetry reading by Tough Old Broads. The Tough Old Broads are a quartet of Sacramento poets and longtime friends — Annie Menebroker, Victoria Dalkey, Kathryn Hohlwein, and former Sacramento poet laureate Viola Weinberg. They will present a poetry reading and book signing for their book Tough Enough: Poems from The Tough Old Broads. Free, donations accepted. Sun. 1:30pm, doors open at 1pm. Harlow’s. More info… 

Make a super-legit handmade doll. This awesome Verge workshop is instructed by Andrea Lizalde from Goblin and Witch on Etsy. Materials, tools, and sewing machines are available but you are welcomed to bring your own portable sewing machine for comfort. There will be coloring and design activities for children. Doll making is a craft that had been present throughout Andrea Lizalde’s family history and once she had children she found the joy of making toys and dolls for them alongside her artistic practice of painting and illustration. She is interested in making dolls that have different shades of skin colors and a variety of genders because diversity is part of her family’s values. She uses natural and recycled materials that are machine washable and soft with no plastics or small accessories so they are safe for children. $55+. Sun. 1:30pm – 4:30pm. Verge Center for the Arts. More info…

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It’s Children’s Book Week at Fairytale Town starting next Monday through to the weekend. Tons of cool book readings, activities, and a book fair to check out. More info…

Play Basketball with De’Aaron Fox
Calling all mothers, daughters (and sons!), aunts and grandmothers! Learn from De’Aaron Fox and his mother, Lorraine, at our Jr. Kings Mother’s Day Weekend Clinic. This clinic will give kids (and a parent) the chance to enhance their basketball skills, while having fun and learning together! Ages 6-14. $100. Moms, grandmas and aunts are welcome to participate. $100 for child only, plus $50 for each additional adult (up to 2 adults). The one day clinic will include: Instruction from De’Aaron Fox, Lorraine Fox, and Jr. Kings trainers, Jr. Kings t-shirt, Participation certificate, Exclusive chances to win Kings prizes. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today. Please bring a basketball and water. The clinic will take place at the Golden 1 Center Practice Facility at 500 David J Stern Walk, Sacramento, CA 95814. More info…

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WEEKEND FARMERS MARKETS

There’s always good stuff at the California farmers markets! Take the kids and open their senses to all the beautiful bounty in our region. Find something new to try and support our local Sacramento-region farmers.

Saturdays

Auburn: Old Town Courthouse Parking Lot

Saturdays, OPEN YEAR ROUND
8:00 a.m. – 12 noon
Auburn-Folsom Rd at Lincoln Way
Auburn CA
(530) 863-7487
Website

Country Club Plaza Farmers Market
Every Saturday, year-round
8 a.m.-noon
Accepts EBT
Watt and El Camino Avenues
Sacramento CA
(916) 688-0100
Website

Davis Farmers Market
Saturdays, year-round: 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Central Park at Fourth and C Streets
Davis CA
(530) 297-1900

Folsom Saturday Farmers Market
Saturdays, year-round
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
At the Historic Railroad Turntable and Public Plaza in Historic Folsom
Folsom CA
916-806-3989
Website

Laguna Gateway Center Farmers Market
Every Saturday, year-round
8 a.m.-noon
Accepts EBT
Laguna and Big Horn Boulevards
Elk Grove CA
(916) 688-0100
Website

Midtown Farmers Market
Saturdays, year-round
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Accepts EBT
20 and J Streets
Sacramento CA
(916) 442-1500
Website

Oak Park Farmers Market
Saturdays, May-November
9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
McClatchy Park
Sacramento CA
(916) 452-2968
Website

Rio Linda Farmer’s Market and Peddler’s Fair
Rio Linda Farmer’s Market and Peddler’s Fair
Every Saturday through the end of September
At Historical Dry Creek Ranch House
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
6852 Dry Creek Rd
Rio Linda CA
Website

Rocklin: Blue Oaks Center
Market Opens May 7th
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
6636 Lonetree Boulevard
Rocklin CA
(530) 863-7487
Website

Sunrise Light Rail Station Farmers Market
Every Saturday, year-round
8 a.m.-noon
Accepts EBT
Folsom and Sunrise Boulevards
Rancho Cordova CA
(916) 688-0100
Website

Sunrise Marketplace
Saturdays, open year round
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
6041 Sunrise Mall
Citrus Heights CA
916-806-3989
Website

The Natomas Promenade Farmers Market
Saturdays, May 9-Sept. 26
8 a.m.-noon
Accepts EBT
8637 N. Freeway Blvd. off of Gateway Boulevard
Natomas CA
(916) 688-0100
Website

Sundays

Farmers Market
Every Sunday, year-round
8 a.m.-noon
Accepts EBT
8th and W Streets
Sacramento CA
Website

Granite Bay: Quarry Ponds Town Center
Market Opens on May 22nd
8:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
5550 Douglas Boulevard
Granite Bay CA
(530) 863-7487
Website

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