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Every Saturday - Farmers Market

530-823-6183

Old Town Auburn, CA

Website: www.foothillfarmersmarket.com

From 8am to 12pm

California certified farm-fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers, nuts, honey, eggs, and nursery stock.

Auburn-Folsom Road at Lincoln Way in the Parking lot.


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Every Saturday - Historic Guided Walking Tour of Old Town Auburn

530-889-6500

Auburn, CA 95603

10am - Meets at Courthouse Museum.
Presented by Placer County Museum Docent Guild.
One hour tour.
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12-20-2014 Old Town Country Christmas #2

530-888-1585
Streets of Old Town Auburn
Auburn, CA 95603

28th Annual Old Town Country Christmas.

Two Country Christmas Events: Either Saturday, Dec 13th or Dec 20th.

From 5-9pm the whole community is invited to share in the holiday fun. Crafters and artists will have their wares on sale for that special one-of-a-kind Christmas gift.

Great food and entertainment, pictures with Santa. Shops and restaurants open.

Holiday Open House in all shops!

This is a rain or shine event.
Free shuttle from the Gold Country Fairgrounds (Auburn Folsom Road) from 5 to 9:30.

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