Coloma Lotus Christmas Tree Lighting
November 30th, 2018
Please join us on the beach at Earthtrek to light up the Christmas Tree and ring in the holiday season.
Hang out around the campfire, do some Christmas Caroling and who knows maybe Santa will show up…….
Sunday, December 2nd, 2018
This is a family friendly event.
Parking available up top by Squally’s, walk down the dirt road between the bridge & Squally’s to access the lower lot.
December 8-9, 2018
At the Gold Trail Grange Located in beautiful downtown Coloma CA
December 8 & 9, 2018.
Come find that perfect one of a kind Christmas gift at the Gold Trail Grange annual Holiday Bazaar.
Vendor space available for the bazaar. Contact Teal at firstname.lastname@example.org
South Fork FilmFest
June 1, 2019
The second annual South Fork film festival will again feature the best of river paddlesports from the Sierra Nevada to the East Coast to exotic international locales. Showcasing work from local amateur filmmakers and accomplished professionals from around the world, South Fork FilmFest will highlight the thrill and joy of whitewater paddling. See our FilmFest trailer on YouTube for an advance look!
FilmFest runs from 5 PM to 10 PM at the Gold Trail Grange in Coloma, CA. Tickets are $5, which includes a drink ticket, and from 5 to 6 PM children under 12 are free. There will be food for sale and a variety of beverages. Proceeds go to maintaining the Grange as a Coloma-Lotus community hall and restoring the Grange riverfront.Learn More
June 6th, 2019
From June 6th to 9th, 2019, the American River Conservancy invites the public to participate in history! All are welcome to join WakamatsuFest150, is a sesquicentennial celebration of Japanese American heritage, arts, and cuisine. Exactly 150 years after the first Japanese colonists arrived at landmark Wakamatsu Farm, the 4-day event will honor the marvelous culture of Japanese American people and their extraordinary role in American history.Event Website
Coloma Gold Rush Live
October 11-13, 2019
Come visit a living history encampment of the Gold Rush era. Pan for gold, listen to music of the miners, and hear the re-enactors tell stories of the days of old. Call the museum at Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park for more. (530) 622-3470Learn More
Pumpkins on the Bridge
October 30, 2019
It was once said that Pumpkins on the bridge started as a way to get rid of the evidence of trickery. A family woke up to lots of pumpkins placed in their yard one day. They decided to move them to the bridge. As so the legacy began and is still strong today.
Come join in the fun, bring your carved pumpkin(s) and candles to the bridge after dusk on October 30th. Come back the next night & replace your candle with a fresh one for Halloweens eve.
Good Times are Had By All. This is a free event and is family friendly.
Clean up crew please report to the bridge on Nov 1st at 8am
If you have animals that eat pumpkin please on 11/1 by 9am come help yourself to them.