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The November Calendar 2022: November is National Vegan Month

November 3

Mother Lode Art Exhibition. Peruse, or purchase, over 100 pieces of fine art in a variety of media by national and statewide award winners at this 56th annual juried exhibit presented by the Placerville Arts Association. On November 4, show judge Barbara Burge will present the awards at an Artists’ Reception. Hosted at the MACC Gallery in Rancho Cordova, gallery hours are Thursday-Friday from 3-8 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free.

Gargoyle Guardian Cat by Sherry Lynn Morris


November 4

Taste of the Tour Preview Show. Visit Blue Line Arts for a sneak peek at the work from this year’s Placer Artists Studios Tour artists, and enjoy a Taste of the Tour Reception on November 5 from 5-8 p.m. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Turkey Drive. Friends of Folsom is hosting their annual fundraiser—where they hope to feed 10,000 local families Thanksgiving dinner—at Eagles Lodge (215 Scott Street) in Folsom. The party begins at 5 p.m. and includes raffles, giveaways, a silent auction, raffles, live music, food, and drinks.

Puffs. Falcon’s Eye Theatre presents this comedic story about the “boy wizard” as told by the silly and enthusiastic Puffs. Feeling like the losers of the school, watch as they overcome this mindset and learn how important they truly are through the power of friendship and loyalty. Show times vary.



Makers Marketplace. Enjoy a cup of coffee or a tasty treat as you browse one-of-a-kind, locally made wares or shop for seasonal décor and gifts from 4-7 p.m. (November 4) and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (November 5). The event—hosted at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Rocklin—will benefit various nonprofits, including Acres of Hope. Admission is free.
(ALSO 5)

Makers Marketplace


November 5

Historic Folsom Farmers’ Market. Experience this award-winning farmers’ market featuring a plethora of artisan food and craft vendors, farm-fresh produce, and live music from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday in Folsom’s Historic District.
(ALSO 12, 19, & 26)

Harvest Festival. Enjoy food, music, games, and—of course—wine tasting as you celebrate the harvest at over 20 Fair Play wineries. The event goes from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. both days.
(ALSO 6)

Spy Pilot Chronicles. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind presentation—featuring rare photos and riveting tales—about author, pilot, and photographer Brian Shul, who was shot down during the clandestine war in Southeast Asia and given up for dead. From 7-8:30 p.m. at the Harris Center, hear about his inspiring determination to fly again—returning in the world’s fastest, highest-flying jet (the SR-71 Blackbird) across hostile skies.

Shrek the Musical. Watch this family-friendly fairy tale unfold at the Auburn State Theatre, as Shrek, an ornery ogre, teams up with unlikely companion, Donkey, to save a princess and hand her over to the unfair ruler, Lord Farquaad. Show times vary.

All Nations Native Craft Fair. Beginning at 10 a.m. at Roseville’s Maidu Museum, find unique, handcrafted gifts that highlight dozens of Native American artisans from all over California. Items range from contemporary art and art prints to traditional jewelry and handmade soaps using native plants. Admission is free.

All Nations Native Craft Fair


November 6

Fall Concert Series. Visit Zittel Family Amphitheater in Historic Folsom and listen to Granite City 909, a classic rock band comprised of four locals, from 1-3 p.m. Admission is free.

EagleMania. The Folsom Concert Association presents the “world’s greatest Eagles tribute” at the Harris Center. Beginning at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., listen to popular Eagles songs, as well as select solo songs from Don Henley, Glen Frey, and Joe Walsh.

November 10

Cowpoke Fall Gathering. Grab your cowboy boots and head to Loomis’ Blue Goose Event Center for this 28th annual event celebrating the “cowboy way” through poetry, storytelling, and music. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Thursday night and at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday night. Funds raised support the Cowpoke Foundation, a nonprofit whose mission is to preserve and promote the American cowboy heritage.

November 11

Wayne Spence Folsom Veterans Day Parade. Rain or shine, honor those who fight and defend our country at this annual parade from 9-11 a.m. The route begins on East Bidwell Street in front of the Target/Home Goods shopping center and ends at the Folsom Community Center.

Folsom Historic District Ice Rink. The region’s most beloved holiday tradition in Folsom’s Historic District is returning with an upgraded ice system, theme nights, fireside seating with s’mores, private events, and more. Session times and ticket packages vary.

Folsom Historic District Ice Rink


The Wizard of Oz. You’re not in Kansas anymore! Head to William Jessup University to see L. Frank Baum’s most beloved tale about Dorothy’s magical adventure in Oz. Show times vary.

Placer Artists Studios Tour. This 29th annual, self-guided event is the largest and longest-standing visual art studios tour in the northern Sierra Foothills region. From 10 a.m.-5 p.m., be amazed at the depth and breadth of the region’s artistic talent as you drive to various artist studios, galleries, and art school locations in Placer County. New this year is an “encore” weekend from November 18-20. Admission is free.
(ALSO 12, 13, 18, 19, & 20)

Participating tour artist, Imi Lehmbrock-Hirschinger


A Christmas Carol. Don’t miss El Dorado Musical Theatre’s adaptation of one of Charles Dicken’s most popular novels. Witness the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge unfold as he’s taken on a journey to reevaluate the selfish life choices he’s made through the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future, and learns to how to reconnect with those he loves. Shows are at the Harris Center and times vary.

November 12

Wine Fest. Enjoy tastings from over 25 local wineries alongside culinary delights at boutique shops along Sutter Creek’s Main Street from 4-8 p.m. Ticket holders will also enjoy live music, dancing, a raffle, and more, with the option to attend a VIP dinner. Funds raised benefit Amador County Arts Council whose mission is to support arts education in public schools.

Market Under the Lights. Take a stroll under the lights in Downtown Lincoln’s Beermann Plaza from 2-8 p.m. while enjoying a wine and beer garden, delicious street food, and shopping for handmade goods.

Crab & Chowder Gala. Feast upon fresh crab, bread, salad, clam chowder, and pasta while listening to live tunes by Dream & the Dreamer and partaking in a silent auction and raffle at this annual fundraiser for the El Dorado County Fair Association. Doors to the Mark D. Forni Building open at 5:30 p.m.

November 17

Her: Women’s Conference. Grab your gal pals and head to the Palladio from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. for a hosted happy hour, pop-up shops, giveaways, swag bags, and inspirational speeches from over 18 women, including best-selling author Christy Wright.

Her: Women’s Conference


November 18

Mountain Mandarin Festival. This 29th annual event marks the start of Placer County’s beloved mandarin season. Enjoy fresh fruits, jams, jellies, beauty products, and many other delights from local vendors at the Gold Country Fairgrounds & Event Center in Auburn. Times vary.

November 19

Cars & Coffee. Start your engines! Head to Folsom’s Palladio for an early morning dose of coffee and vintage cars from 7-10 a.m.
(ALSO 26)

Holiday Artisan Craft Fair. Partake in gourmet food and fun games while holiday shopping from noon-6 p.m. at the Maidu Community Center. Admission is free.

Palladio Tree Lighting. Enjoy complimentary refreshments, fun performances, Santa’s arrival (11 a.m.), and the annual tree lighting from 5-6 p.m. at the Palladio.

November 20

Placerville Art Walk. Cruise through Downtown Placerville’s Main Street from 5-8 p.m. while enjoying art demonstrations, wine and drink specials, music at the Belltower, late-night shopping, and more. Admission is free.

November 24

Turkey Trot. This annual 5K (starts at 9 a.m.) and 10K (starts at 8:50 a.m.) brings thousands of participants across Folsom’s iconic bridges and trails. Both courses begin and end at Folsom City Lions Park. Proceeds benefit Twin Lakes Food Bank, the Folsom Athletic Association, and the Johnny Cash Trail.

Roseville Turkey Trot. Bring the family to Vernon Street Town Square for this annual 5K and/or 10K that begins at 9 a.m. Early registration is recommended to guarantee a shirt and finisher award. 

by Bella Nolen

Folsom Farmers Market photo by Menka Belgal. Puffs photo by Ian Wallace. Makers Marketplace photo by St. Matthew Lutheran Church. Native Craft Fair photo courtesy of City of Roseville Folsom Ice Rink photo by Menka Belgal. EDMT "Scrooge" photo by Chris Meissner. HER Women's Conference photo by Menka Bengal.