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California Events Calendar May 30, 2010 


Sunday, May 30



ARNOLD - Arnold Spring Peddler’s Fair. Held over Memorial Day Weekend, the 32nd Annual event includes over 60 booths of antiques, collectibles, crafts, and gourmet foods for sale. The Ebbett’s Pass Fire Department. offers local beers, and the Arnold Lion’s Club holds a pancake breakfast both days from 8 - 11 a.m. Held in downtown Arnold, on Highway 4, on the grounds of Bristol’s Ranch House CafĂ©. Time: 9 a.m. to  4 p.m. daily.  Free admission & parking. Vendor information, call Kim: 925/372-8961, or email: [email protected]

ARROYO GRANDE - Strawberry Festival. Free event attracts close to 150,000 attendance. Held in the Village of Arroyo Grande, CA.
CAMBRIA - Cambria Memorial Weekend Event in Historic East Village. Music, food and fun activities all weekend. Cambria Historical Museum will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. On Saturday, historian Dawn Dunlap will lead Walking Tours from the Museum throughout East Village at 10 am and 2 pm. Cost $20/includes a picnic lunch in the Museum gardens. Music by Burnished Brass, a quartet of musicians from the San Luis Obispo Symphony. Call (805) 927-2891 for tour reservations. Event contact, (805) 927-0174.
COALINGA - Horned Toad Derby. 74th Annual Event. Olsen Par is the location for this four day event with a parade and Live Horn Toad Races. see more
CORONA - Cutthroats of Corona Pirates Festival. Pirates from all over the Gold Coast will invade. The Fair will cover the time period from 1660 to 1720. This includes Buccaneers and the Golden Age of Pirates. There will be hundreds of costumed Pirates who have docked at “Port Corona” for a weekend of revelry. There will be three stages of Pirate entertainment, cannon demonstrations, pirate grub and grog, treasure hunts, mock wife auctions, and plenty of pirate booty to purchase. The festival uses 9 beautiful acres of the 120-acre park (formerly Prado Basin Park, nestled among eucalyptus, cottonwood & pepper trees. Crossroads Riverview Park 14600 River Rd, Corona, CA 92880. Time:  11 am - 9pm on Saturday May 29; 11am - 6pm on Sunday May 30. Cost: $18 Adult; $15 Child 5-11 or Senior 62+;
$12 Military with valid ID; Children under 5 Free.
GARDEN GROVE - Strawberry Festival. Four day event with carnival, Saturday parade, bands, contests, vendors and lots of food. Admission is free, wristband for carnival rides is approx. $25 - 40. Location: Main & Euclid, Garden Grove, CA.
MARYSVILLE - Marysville Stampede. Since 1933 this Cotton Rosser event features some of the nation's top rodeo cowboys. Bareback, saddle bronc and bull riding, steer wrestling, team and calf roping and the women's barrel racing, plus Kid's Mutton Bustin' for kids between ages 4 - 7 who try to ride wild and woolly sheep. Tickets $10 - $12, discounted if purchased at Cotton Rosser's Cowboy Corral in Marysville. $4 parking. Location Riverfront Park, Bizz Johnson Dr Marysville, CA 95901.
MORRO BAY - Art in the Park. Vendors come from all over the state to display their wide variety of arts and crafts in the City Park. Morro Bay Art Association. (805) 772-2504
PLEASANTON - Pleasanton Downtown Association Antique Faire. This event is an antique lover’s dream featuring vintage, retro, and antique home furnishings, clothing, furniture, jewelry, paintings, books, etc. Over a mile of antiques and collectibles will be displayed by more than 400 professional dealers from all over the West.  Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Main Street. Admission is free.  Street parking is available. From I-680 take the Bernal Avenue exit and go east past the Fairgrounds and turn left onto Old Bernal Avenue. From I-580, take the Santa Rita Road exit and follow Santa Rita to downtown. Call Turnkey Productions: (510) 217-8696, or email [email protected]

RED BLUFF - Woodflock Concert 3 Day Weekend with Antsy McClain and the Trailer Park Troubadors. Flamingoheads invited to camp and & concerts. Cost: $99 day, $300 weekend pass. Camping available.

RIVERSIDE - National Orange Show. Annual Event with races, vendors, expos and carnival.  Location: Arrowhead Avenue between Mill Street and Orange Show Road, Riverside, CA.

SACRAMENTO - Carried with Courage Historic Flags. The California State Capitol is home to a remarkable collection of nearly 50 flags dating from the Civil War, Spanish American War and World War I. The flags are on display through May in the State Capitol Museum. 10th and L Streets State Capitol, Room B-27 Sacramento, CA 95814. Phone: (916) 324-0333. Hours: Weekdays: 8 - 5 Weekends: 9 - 5. Admission: Free.

SANTA BARBARA - I Madonnari Italian Street Painting Festival through May 31 in the plaza of the Old Mission is transformed with 200 colorful street paintings created by 400 artists.
SAUSALITO - Caledonia Street Fair and Taste of Sausalito. Time: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Location: Caledonia Street/ City Hall, 420 Litho Street.  Sausalito, CA.

SUNOL - Toast of Spring on the Wildflower Train. Livermore Valley vintners host wine tasting to during a one hour excursion filled with views of California poppies, lupin and mustard wildflowers seen from a vintage train ride through Niles Canyon. Board at the old Sunol depot and travel part of the historic route of the first transcontinental railroad. The one-hour round-trip excursion is about 14 miles. Suggested donation for regular trips: $10 (this event may cost more, call for details). Sunol Station, 6 Kilkare Rd., Sunol, CA Call: (925) 862-9063.
YOSEMITE - Strawberry Music Festival. Held at Camp Mather, this four day event features great bands on the main stage, camping, dancing, a placid lake, and entertainment for the family. Strawberry Music, Call: (209) 984-8630


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