WakamatsuFest150

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Community Event

Jun 20196 Jun 20199
10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Wakamatsu Farm
941 Cold Springs Road
Placerville, California, 95667
United States

American River Conservancy invites the public to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first Japanese colony in America at the historic location of their 1869 tea and silk farm.  WakamatsuFest150 is a special celebration of 150 years of Japanese-American heritage, arts, and cuisine.

web: www.arconservancy.org/wakafest150
phone: 530-621-1224
email: wakamatsu@ARConservancy.org

The festival will feature Japanese food, art, music, performances, demonstrations, discussions, competitions, and more. Booths will offer Asian and other foods, information, and merchandise. Entertainment will showcase traditional and modern Japanese culture. Docents will guide tours and tell stories about the first Japanese colonists who established their tea and silk farm on this Placerville property. Locals, farmers, historians, and naturalist will share knowledge and experience honoring the past, present, and future of Wakamatsu Farm and surrounding El Dorado County.  

 

mlobach . Last modified Jan 17 2018 4:36 p.m.


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