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    Grange Breakfast & Easter Egg Hunt

    The Gold Trail Grange is hosting a community breakfast on Saturday April 4th from 8:30-11:00. Afterwards, take the kids to the meadow at the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park for an Easter Egg Hunt, which starts at 11:00 Sharp!

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    Mamajowali Concert at the Grange March 7th

    MAMAJOWALI featuring Joe Craven, Mamadou Sidibe, Walter Strauss will perform at the Gold Trail Grange, 319 Hwy 49, Coloma on March 7th. The doors will open at 6:30 with the music starting at 7:30.

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    Gold Trail Grange Holiday Market

    Here you’ll find a variety of unique locally made arts and crafts, one-of-a-kind gifts,
    baked goods, a hot lunch bistro, caramel apples, popcorn, cider, cocoa, and blended drinks. Food will
    also be available in the park at the Argonaut Café.

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    1st Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival

    American River Conservancy is proud to present the 1st Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival-where activism gets inspired. The festival is this Saturday Nov. 15th at the Gold Trail Grange. There are showtimes at 11,1 and 3. Check them out for only $10 per film or $25 for all 3. Food and wine for purchase. Come get inspired!

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    Father’s Day BBQ at the Gold Trail Grange

    Coloma is a great place to hang out for Father’s Day weekend! You can spend the day rafting and wine tasting, and then head on down to the Gold Trail Grange #452, in the heart of Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, and enjoy a Father’s Day BBQ with friends and neighbors! The Father’s Day BBQ is on Sunday June 15th from 5:30-7:30 at the Gold Trail Grange. Adults cost just $8 and kids are $6.

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    LoCol Farmer’s Market Open June 8th!!!

    The (LoCol) Coloma-Lotus Valley Farmer’ s Market is opening tomorrow June 8th, 2014 from 10-2 at the Gold Trail Grange #452 and will run through Sept. 28th, 2014. This is conveniently located in the heart of gold country at the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park.