Saturday, September 30 Interpretive Training: Developing Scenarios for Gold Rush Live 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us as we prepare for the big event just two weeks away! Brainstorm with fellow tent town inhabitants on how you can interact during the event to dazzle and amaze our visitors. We're just looking for quick interactions - 5 minutes at most - that might have occurred between residents of Coloma in 1850. Some ideas include: A dispute over a claim A miner fresh from the hil
Just a reminder, we will be holding an interpretive workshop on Friday, September 15 at the Broderick House at Marshall Gold Discovery SHP. Join us as we discuss how to develop your gold rush character for Coloma Gold Rush Live. Other upcoming interpretive training: Friday, September 22: Period Correctness/Language/Etiquette. 2-4 p.m. Broderick House Saturday, September 30: Developing scenarios for tent town. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Broderick House. For more information contact Jer
For all those attending the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, please remember to bring your name badge and any old hour bars you may have to the dinner. We will be presenting updated hour bars and can attach them to your name badge at the dinner. Please remember to return you old hour bar so we can pass it along to another deserving volunteer.
Following are a couple of non-park sponsored events we thought you might be interested in. Westward Ho! Circle the wagons and listen to a story about an important part of our country's western development. Author Frank Tortorich will be the featured speaker at the Cameron Park Community Center, 2502 Country Club Drive, Cameron Park, CA 95682 (next to the Cameron Park Library) on September 15 from 1-3 pm. Joss House Museum Fall Bus Trip The Joss House Museum in Auburn is spo