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November 2nd

On Your Feet! Head to the Harris Center to witness the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan. Through hard work and dedication to one another, the duo’s musical talent, along with their heritage, earned them Grammy award-winning songs, such as “Conga,” “1-2-3,” and “Get on Your Feet!” The performance will feature a six-piece band and original musical tracks performed and produced by Miami Sound Machine.
(THRU 5)

On Your Feet!


Taste of the Foothills. Partake in an evening of food, music, a live auction, and more to help support the Auburn Senior Center’s programs and services. The event is from 5-8 p.m. at the Gold Country Fairgrounds.

Disney on Ice: Into the Magic. Families won’t want to miss this action-packed extravaganza on ice, featuring Disney’s Moana, Frozen, Coco, Beauty and the Beast, and other beloved films. A pre-show “character experience” includes games, a sing-along, crafts, and interactive time with Anna and Elsa. Performances are at the Golden 1 Center, and times vary.  
(THRU 5)

Disney on Ice: Into the Magic


November 3rd

Big Fish. Overflowing with heart and humor, this musical—presented by CYT Sacramento at Valley Springs Church in Roseville—promises to be an extraordinary experience for the whole family.
(ALSO 4 & 10-11)

November 4th

Holiday Craft Fair. Enjoy gourmet food and peruse goods from over 100 local vendors from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at Roseville’s Maidu Community Center. Admission is free.

Shine Bright Gala. This elegant evening of drinks, dinner, dancing, and auctions at El Dorado Hills’ Serrano Country Club benefits CASA El Dorado, a nonprofit that provides support, empowerment, and a voice for abused and neglected at-risk youth in our community.

All Nations Native Craft Fair. Purchase unique gifts at this annual craft fair featuring dozens of works from Native American artisans, including contemporary art, art prints, jewelry, handmade soaps, and more. The event goes from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Roseville’s Maidu Museum. Admission is free.

Fall Festival. Come see the area’s finest high school marching bands compete at Folsom High School’s Prairie City Stadium beginning at 5 p.m. Proceeds benefit Folsom High School’s Music Boosters, whose mission is to promote excellence through music education.

Taste of the Gala Tour Reception. Plan and prepare for the Placer Artists Tour (November 10-12 and 17-19) by attending this preview show from 5-8 p.m. at Blue Line Arts where participating artists will showcase their works.

November 9th

Cowpoke Fall Gathering. Grab your cowboy hat and head to Loomis’ Blue Goose Event Center to celebrate and promote the “cowboy way” through music, poetry, and storytelling. Proceeds benefit the Cowpoke Foundation and their mission to preserve the classic American cowboy heritage.
(THRU 11)

Cowpoke Fall Gathering


November 10th

Folsom Ice Rink. Welcome the holiday season with this beloved community activity in Historic Folsom. In addition to ice skating, visitors can also enjoy cozy fireside seating, s’more kits, theme nights, and more.

Placer Artists Tour. Visit over 100 talented artists in myriad mediums at studios, galleries, and art schools throughout Placer County from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is free.
(ALSO 11-12 & 17-19)

Placer Artists Tour


Twin Lakes Gala. Delight in an evening of beer and wine, dinner, auctions, and entertainment at Folsom’s Lakeside Church. Proceeds support Twin Lakes Food Bank, whose mission is to mobilize the community by providing food and support to those in need.

November 11th

Veterans Day Parade. Celebrate and honor those who have served our country by attending the Auburn Jeep Club’s parade in Downtown Auburn. Veterans will receive a free breakfast, and all proceeds benefit veteran causes.

Foothill Wine Fest. Head to the Palladio from 4-7 p.m. to partake in sips from over 50 award-winning wineries while speaking to the winemakers. Festivities also include fire pits, small bites, and live music.

Foothill Wine Fest


Crab & Chowder Gala. Enjoy live music, a raffle, silent auction, and delicious crab—complete with soup, pasta, bread, and more—at this annual fundraiser for the El Dorado County Fair Association. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. at the El Dorado County Fair & Event Center.

Wayne Spence Folsom Veterans Day Parade. Honor local veterans by attending this annual parade that’s been drawing crowds for over two decades. The route begins at 9 a.m. in front of the Target/Home Goods shopping center and ends at the Folsom Community Center.

November 12th

Apple Hill Half Marathon & 5K. Starting at Via Romano Vineyards, participants will run through the country roads of Apple Hill while being treated to beautiful views, challenging hills, and sweet treats. All proceeds benefit Camino Union School District.

Apple Hill Half Marathon & 5K


November 17th

Mountain Mandarin Festival. Enjoy the new crop of foothills-grown mandarins at the Gold Country Fairgrounds. Festivities include food, music, activities, arts, crafts, and an abundance of the tasty citrus. Hours vary.
(THRU 19)

November 18th

Sylvia Besana Holiday Parade. Enjoy a beautiful parade, craft booths, Santa visits, and more at this holiday kickoff in Downtown Roseville. The parade begins at 10:30 a.m.

Champagne Gala. Raise funds for Roseville Theatre Arts Academy by attending this annual gala. Tickets include a glass of champagne (or sparkling cider) and access to a dessert buffet. The reception starts at 6:30 p.m., followed by a performance of inspiring Broadway music at 7:30 p.m.

Palladio Tree Lighting. Get into the spirit of the holidays by attending the Palladio’s tree lighting from 5-6 p.m. The free event also features refreshments, live music, and a special surprise greeting from Santa.


November 20th

Cinderella. Watch the beloved fairy tale about a mistreated girl who finds her happy ending through courage and kindness come to life at the Harris Center. Performed by the World Ballet Series—a multinational cast of 40 professional ballet dancers—shows are at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.



Nashville Songwriters Live. Join hit songwriters like Jeffrey Steele, Mark Mackay, and CJ Solar at the Harris Center, as they share their stories producing top hits for artists like Keith Urban and Eric Church. Proceeds benefit Hands4Hope, whose mission is to inspire and empower youth in leadership and service.

November 21st

Huffin’ for the Stuffin’ Turkey Trot. Lace up your sneakers and participate in this annual turkey trot featuring a .17-mile donut dash for kiddos (4-7 years old) and 5K fun run. Funds raised support the City of Lincoln’s Recreation Scholarship Fund.

Huffin’ for the Stuffin’ Turkey Trot


November 23th

Folsom Turkey Trot. Choose between a 5K (9 a.m.) or 10K (8:50 a.m.) at this annual family-friendly fundraiser for Twin Lakes Food Bank. Both events begin and end at Folsom City Lions Park.

Roseville Turkey Trot. Bring a non-perishable food item and head to the Vernon Street Town Square to run in a 5K (9:05 a.m.) or 10K (9 a.m.). Jogging strollers are allowed, along with leashed dogs (in the 5K).

November 24th

Festival of Lights. Start the holiday season off with a magical night in Downtown Placerville's Main Street. In addition to live music and the tree lighting (6 p.m.), shops and restaurants have extended hours. 

by Bella Nolen
On Your Feet! photo Doug Hinebaugh. Cowpoke Fall Gathering photo by Tom Blackburn. Placer Artists Tour photo by Michael Kirby. Folsom Ice Rink photo courtesy of Historic Folsom District. Foothills Wine Fest photo by Jennifer Farrel . Wayne Spence Parade photo courtesy of Folsom Parks & Recreation. Palladio tree lighting photo by Jennifer Farrel. Cinderella photo by Victor Malkovich. Lincoln Turkey Trot photo by YSharpe Photography.