Fall is in the Air!
Can you feel it? It’s that hint of coolness replacing the summer heat beckoning us to the autumn season. And what a season it will be in Tuolumne County! In addition to the amazing display of fall colors, visitors and residents alike will find a host of fantastic events and great attractions to keep them busy during this festive time of year!
Here’s just a few upcoming events to whet your appetite:
The 46th Annual Me-Wuk Indian Acorn Festival takes place September 8th and 9th in Tuolumne City. It will be a traditional celebration of the Black Oak Acorn Harvest complete with dancing, ethnic foods, arts and crafts.
September 15th welcomes the popular Groveland 49er Festival and Chili Cook-off featuring excellent entertainment, vendors and of course, lots of chili! And this year, they’re adding salsa to the mix!
The All Hallows Fantasy Faire takes place October 20th and 21st. This Faire is deeply rooted in the beliefs of the Celtic people, but combined with all the fun and excitement of a costume play in the spirit of modern Halloween!
On weekends in October children and adults alike will delight in Railtown 1897’s Harvest Haunt Express! Ride the harvest-themed trains with “the skeleton crew” and be sure and get your free pumpkin (while supplies last)! Enjoy all kind of games and activities!
On October 20th Indigeny Reserve will be hosting their Grand Opening and Fall Festival. It’s a day that is sure to be filled with celebration and fun for the whole family at this organic apple farm and hard cider distillery. For a full slate of events for Fall and beyond, be sure to check out our online Events Calendar.