Old Sacramento's Gold Rush Days – More than 200 tons of dirt paved the streets of Old Sacramento as this annual Labor Day Weekend festival “turned back the clock,” transforming Sacramento’s historic district into a scene straight out of the 1850s. Hundreds of costumed performers took on the roles of celebrities, personalities and just plain folks, bringing history to life while bluegrass pickers and old-timey Musicians performed on several stages, evoking the vivid tunes of the times.
International Rail Fair – For more than 35 years in Roseville, this is the “West's Premier Model Railroad Show!” Showcasing American and European Model Railroads, HO Scale, N Scale, O Scale, G Scale, Lionel, and an Outdoor Large Scale Live Steam Train You Can Ride! Kids can operate a model train and become a Junior Engineer!"
Bok Kai Festival - The popular parade, some say the oldest continuous one in California, features a variety of floats, cultural performances, and, of course, the famous Bok Kai parade dragon! The heart of the festival is the now-restored Bok Kai Temple, built in Marysville, California's historic Chinatown in 1888.
Big Hat Days - "Turn-of-the-century Old Town Clovis provides the perfect setting for BIG Hat Days and includes all types of music, arts and crafts, beer garden, international food fair, family carnival, pony rides and so much more! This event draws over 140,000 attendees and over 400 crafts vendors! Everyone is encouraged to wear a hat!
Antique Farm Show - The place to be to see antique trucks, tractors and farm equipment from across the country all in one place! Don't miss this opportunity for a weekend full of family fun!