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The July Calendar 2022: July is National Picnic Month

Celebrate America. Featuring aerial fireworks, a kids’ zone, patriotic musical favorites, and a tribute to the military, Celebrate America at Twin Oaks Park in Rocklin is a festive event for the whole family. Doors open at 4 p.m. each day.

Folsom Pro Rodeo. This 61st annual patriotic event offers family fun with non-stop rodeo action, nightly fireworks, mutton busting, and more.

Fireworks & Freedom Concert. Presented by El Dorado Hills Town Center, this family-friendly event features a kids’ zone that opens at 6 p.m., live music by Big Crush at 8 p.m., and fireworks beginning at 9:30 p.m.

Run Crime Out of Roseville. Join Roseville Crime Stoppers at Vernon Street Town Square to participate in an adult 5K and children’s 5K or 1/4 miler (where they get to compete against the Roseville Police Department!). Funds raised will go directly to community education, management of an anonymous tip software and phone number, and sponsorships for high school students who want to go into the first responder field.

4th of July Celebration. Come out for Roseville’s celebratory parade beginning at 9 a.m. in Downtown Roseville along Vernon Street, Lincoln Street, and Park Drive. Post-parade there will be fun at Royer Park from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. with games, activities, food, and a patriotic band. Then, bring blankets or chairs to @the Grounds for fireworks. Gates open at 4 p.m. with fireworks starting after 9 p.m. Activities, games, and concessions will be available.

4th of July Family Blast. Bring your propane BBQs, footballs, games, coolers (no outside alcohol), and dancing shoes to El Dorado County Fair & Event Center for live music by Dream and the Dreamer, carnival rides, food, drinks, and fireworks after dark.

Roseville Downtown Tuesday Nights. Don’t miss the last month of music and fun on Vernon Street. Concerts go from 6-9 p.m., and you’ll get to enjoy local vendors, classic cars, a kids’ fun zone, and some delicious food aside from good music.

Twilight Concert Series. Historic Folsom Station and Folsom Historic District present free Thursday night concerts at Zittel Family Amphitheater. Bring picnics, beach chairs, and your buddies to enjoy live music and dancing. See Red Dirt Ruckus on July 7, Hipper Than Hip on July 14, Cynthia Renee and Co on July 21, and Eazy Dub on July 28. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m.

Live on the Blvd. Get your groove on at these Thursday night concerts presented by El Dorado Hills Town Center. See Mania on July 7, One of These Nights on July 14, Joy & Madness on July 21, and Catch a Wave on July 28. Concerts begin at 7 p.m.

Concerts at Quarry Park. Head to Quarry Park Amphitheatre in Rocklin and listen to live bands in genres ranging from classic rock to country and pop. Spin Doctors perform on July 8, Jerrod Niemann with Brodie Stewart on July 9, Lita Ford with Dave Friday Band on July 15, and Asia featuring John Payne with the Michael Gregory Band on July 16.

Palladio Concert Series. Hosted on the second Saturday of each month through October, these free concerts are sure to entertain. See Pop Fiction on July 9, Cheesballs on August 13, Mercy and The Heartbeats on September 10, and Neon Velvet on October 8. Concerts start at 8 p.m. in the Piazza.

Disney’s Newsies. Presented by El Dorado Musical Theatre and back for an encore production at the Harris Center in Folsom, this beloved musical is an energizing tale of Jack Kelly, a newsboy and leader of a group of teenaged “newsies.” Check their website for specific show dates and times.

Folsom Americana Fest. Back for a second year, Wildwood Performing Arts Foundation presents this dynamic concert series showcasing musicians and artists nationally, regionally, and locally in genres including roots country, bluegrass, rockabilly, folk, and blues. See The HawtThorns on July 15 at Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Folsom at 7:15 p.m., and Ben and Noel Haggard & The Strangers on July 16 at Dan Russell Rodeo Arena at 4:30 pm.

Woven Works


Woven Works. The Gallery at 48 Natoma presents encaustic paintings by Paula Busch and basket sculptures by Carolyn Zeitler. The artists’ reception is July 15 from 6-8 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Dive-In Movie. Join the community for Jaws beginning at 8:15 p.m. at the Cameron Park Community Services District Pool.

Motherlode Beer & Music Festival. Head to Placerville’s Main Street for world-class artists, beers, and wines. Singer and guitarist Malina Moye will headline the event and participants include Hwy 50 Brewery, Barmhaus Brewery, Field Number Fifteen, and more.

3rd Saturday Art Walk. Presented by Blue Line Arts, this community event supports local artists, musicians, makers, farmers, non-profits, and artisans selling one-of-a-kind handcrafted items from 5-9 p.m. in Downtown Roseville.

Placerville Art Walk. Main Street galleries and merchants in Historic Downtown Placerville host changing art shows and late night shopping every third Saturday of the month.

Great American Triathlon


Great American Triathlon. Traverse a challenging course along the American River Parkway at this no-swim triathlon consisting of a 5.82-mile run, 12.5-mile cycle, and 6.1-mile paddle. Aside from swag and finisher’s medals, there will be live music and a post-race festival with food and drink.

Movie in the Park. Join the community for this special movie viewing at Christa McAuliffe Park in Cameron Park.

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Presented by Imagination Theater and featuring songs and vignettes, this heart-warming musical is based on the beloved comic strip from Charles M. Schulz and explores life through the eyes of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang.



Alegría. Reimagined for a new generation, Cirque du Soleil presents their quintessential performance under the big top at Sutter Health Park. Featuring an unforgettable soundtrack, exciting acrobatics, surreal costumes, vibrant sets and playful humor, this spectacle for the entire family is not to be missed.

Summer Harvest Days


Summer Harvest Days. Apple Hill Growers Association presents a jam-packed weekend from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on both days at participating ranches. This event will celebrate summer with activities and offerings featuring berries, plums, peaches, vegetables, wine, hard cider, baked goods, and more! Some of the participating farms may require reservations.
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by Tara Mendanha
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