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March Calendar: March is National Celery Month

March 2nd

Capitol Beer Fest. Enjoy sips from award-winning brewers—both local and national—along with a variety of food trucks and live music from 1-4 p.m. at Capitol Mall. All proceeds benefit Runnin’ for Rhett Youth Fitness Program, which supplies running shoes to children in need.

Capitol Beer Fest


March 7th

Guardian Angel Gala. Local people, businesses, and animals will be recognized for their courageous and heartfelt actions at this fundraiser hosted by the Placer SPCA. From 5:30-9:30 p.m. at Sun City Roseville’s Timber Creek Ballroom, enjoy dinner, drinks, live and silent auctions, a grand prize drawing, Hero Awards presentation, and more.

Guardian Angel Gala


March 8th

The Wizard of Oz. Follow the yellow brick road with Dorothy and her faithful pup, Toto, in their journey to Oz. After a tornado sends them “somewhere over the rainbow,” Dorothy, with the help of a few unlikely friends, must find her way back to Kansas—all while evading the evil Witch of the West. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. at Roseville Theatre Arts Academy.
(THRU 23)

The Wizard of Oz


March 9th

Old Time Radio Show. The State Theatre Acting Company returns for its’ seventh season of the Golden Age Radio series, a free picnic-style event featuring live performances of classic radio dramas like Maisie, Dragnet, and The Burns and Allen Show. Bring your own chair, drinks, and snacks to Auburn’s First Congregational Church at 6:30 p.m.

The Spirit of Benny. The spirit of Benny lives on in this annual family-friendly 5K and 10K at Placerville’s El Dorado Trail between Clay Street and Main Street. Race proceeds benefit New Morning Youth & Family Services, whose mission is to to enhance the lives of local youth and their families.

Big Band Pops. Get ready for a night of high-energy performances from this 16-piece band at the Harris Center. The night also includes music from the big band and swing eras, featuring hits from Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, and more. The performance is at 7 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
(ALSO 10)

Chanoko Trail Runs. Challenge yourself with a 50K, 31K, or five-miler at Folsom’s Granite Beach. The 50K and 31K begin at Auburn’s Overlook Park and wind through Granite Beach on the famous Pioneer Express Trail; the five-miler begins and ends at Granite Beach. Finishers will receive custom Chanoko apparel and post-race food.

March 12th

Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones. Learn about Irish culture through traditional music and folk songs at this must-see performance by The Young Wolfe Tones—a high-energy, talented band—and veteran Irish singer/songwriter Derek Warfield. The show begins at 7 p.m. at the Harris Center.

Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones


March 13th

Park Party. Bring a blanket and head to the all-abilities playground at Jackson Elementary School in El Dorado Hills from 5-7 p.m. for an evening of fun. Festivities include dinner, music, and family-oriented games and activities provided by First Tee. Admission is free.

March 14th

Food Truck Mania. Enjoy multiple food trucks every second Thursday of the month from 5-8 p.m. at Roseville’s Vernon Street Town Square. Expect live music, a kids’ zone, and gourmet food from various trucks.

Food Truck Mania


March 15th

The Great Junk Hunt. Head to Roseville’s Roebbelen Center and purchase goods, furniture, and more from curated vendors. Participants can expect cocktails, live music, and plenty of vintage, handmade, and repurposed items. Shop on Friday from 4-9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
(ALSO 16)

The Great Junk Hunt


March 16th

Construction Zone. All ages are invited to the Harris Center for a morning of education and interaction at this event that explores the building blocks of music: the instruments and the people who play them. After the concert (begins at 11 a.m.), enjoy an instrument “petting zoo” where littles can learn about and play music at different stations.

Construction Zone


March 17th

Key of G Live! The Folsom Concert Association presents tribute band Key of G Live!—which covers all of Garth Brooks’ hit songs—live at the Harris Center. Led by vocalist and guitarist AJ Bistro, whose voice holds an uncanny likeness to the acclaimed singer himself, the show begins at 2 p.m.

March 21st

Lottery for the Arts. Support local schools’ art programs by participating in this “lottery” at Roseville's Blue Line Arts where art enthusiasts and collectors can purchase original pieces by both professional and up-and-coming community artists. Doors to the fundraiser open at 5 p.m.

March 23rd

Mighty Dog Trail Runs. Bring your pup to Granite Beach and participate in either a 5K (8:05 a.m.) or 10K (8 a.m.). The trails start at the parking area (Folsom Lake SRA) and contain aid stations at the halfway point. This year’s event also includes a “Mighty Mile”—a smaller course available for runners, walkers, and dogs.

Breakfast with the Bunny. Experience a morning of fun by taking your family to Roseville’s Maidu Community Center for breakfast (two seatings: 9-10:15 a.m. and 19:30-11:45 a.m.) followed by seasonal crafts, games, and a photo with the Easter Bunny.

Behind the Cellar Door. Enjoy a weekend filled with world-class Amador wine, delectable small bites, barrel samples, hard-to-find vintages, and wine education, all in the intimate Amador wine country from 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Out of 45 wineries, guests can reserve experiences at five wineries each day.
(ALSO 24)

Behind the Cellar Door


1950s Murder Mystery Dinner. Visit the historic Placerville Shakespeare Club from 5-8 p.m. for a night of mystery and interactive fun. The ’50s-themed performance will include six secret actors in the crowd where the audience must discern “who-done-it.” There will be four acts, with a three-course meal served in between.

Baskets & Bunnies. Hop over to El Dorado Hills Town Center’s Steven Young Amphitheater from 10 a.m.-noon for a visit from the Easter Bunny and photos, plus music, games, prizes, a magic show, balloon artistry, and face painting. Kids 12 and under will be given an Easter basket and may visit participating businesses to collect eggs (containing candy, toys, and a special gift).

Baskets & Bunnies


Aqua Egg Hunt. The Easter Bunny is making a splash at the El Dorado Hills Community Pool, and littles (ages 2-12) are invited to search for eggs in the water. Baskets are provided and eggs can be exchanged for goodies. Gates open at 2 p.m.

March 24th

Easter Bunny Photos. Kiddos are invited to stop by Charm Photography in the El Dorado Hills Town Center to have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Fee is $30 and includes one print, but additional packages are available.
(THRU 30)

Easter Bunny Photos


March 30th

Festival of Eggs. Enjoy a pancake breakfast (purchase onsite), carnival games, entertainment, vendor displays, hands-on activities, and egg hunts for various age groups at Folsom’s Lembi Park from 8-11 a.m.

Easter Egg Hunt. Grab your baskets and take the kiddos (ages 0-12) to Promontory Park in El Dorado Hills for a day of free Easter egg hunting. The event begins at 9 a.m. sharp. 

by Bella Nolen
Lottery for the Arts photo by Tony Nguyen. Celery photo © kaiskynet - Capitol Beer Fest photo by Gina Schauland. Guardian Angels Gala photo by Todd Olson of Image Outfitters Photography. The Wizard of Oz photo courtesy of Roseville Theatre Arts Academy. Derek and the Wolfetones photo by Derek Warfield. Food Truck Mania photo by Jeffrey LaTour of Hyper Pixel Ca. Construction Zone photo by David J. Grenier. Behind the Cellar Door photo by Menka Belgal Photography. Baskets and Bunnies and Easter Bunny Photos photos by Angela Cardena Photography. Other photo courtesy of its respective company or organization.