Final Newsletter of Wine and Dine Gold Country

by Placerville Newswire / Dec 21, 2018 / comments

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We have been preparing the events newsletter for six years now, and this is the last newsletter.  Thank you for giving us your support.  We will be shutting down the website, at the end of 2018, but the newsletter will still be available through the Wine and Dine Gold Country Facebook page until mid-January.  For future communication we can be reached through


Please shop our sponsors who have been so dedicated over the years: Everhart Cellars, Art on the Divide Gallery, HartSong Ranch, Patti Babish Real Estate, the Windfall, KFOK Community Radio, Enchanted April Inn, American River Inn, Olde Coloma Theatre.  Thank you all


Through Dec. 23 Olde Coloma Theatre Christmas production of "The True Meaning Of Christmas" or "Presents and Promotions." The curtain goes up at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights, with a 2 p.m. curtain for Sunday matinees. Call (530) 626-5282 or visit for information and reservations. 360 Monument Rd., Coloma


Dec. 21 and Dec. 28


A regular event at Everhart Cellars on Fridays Gather Together on Fridays at Everhart Cellars "Friday Friends & Wine Time" 11:30 am to 7 pm. Fire pits and heaters on the outdoor patio, selection of gourmet meats, cheese, nuts, chips and crackers available for purchase. For more info go to


Dec. 22


On Dec. 22 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. the Fourth Annual Community Christmas Dinner will be held at the Historic Cool Hall. Turkey, ham and all the sides with beverages will be available at no cost. All are welcome. The focus for the dinner is for those who may not have families in the area during the holidays or who just need a good hot meal. This event is sponsored by the Cool Community Association. For more information call (530) 885-9425 or go to 1701 Highway 193 in Cool.
Dec. 22 9 p.m. Annual Christmas Party with DJ "The Sundance Kid" at the Milestone in Cool


Celebrate Christmas with Bob Rawleigh Pleasant Oak Baptist Church Placerville


Dec. 29 


12/29 1pm Nature Walks rain or shine at the Georgetown Library with Elizabeth Crouthamel.


Dec. 29

at Cool Beerwerks Camp Fire benefit and Resilience IPA release party


Dec. 30


Dec. 30 KNUF KNEW Years night 1 with KFOK 7pm-1am IOOF Hall, Georgetown


New Year's Eve Dec. 31


9 p.m. New Year's Eve Party DJ Menace at the Milestone in Cool


Dec. 31 New Year's Eve at the Coloma Club with the Buzz Tones


New Year's Eve at Pollock Pines Camino Community Center 5 pm to midnight celebration and bingo extravaganza non-alcoholic event


January 12, 2019


Jan 12 10am Beekeeping workshop at the Golden Gecko in Garden Valley


Jan. 12 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Swap Meet in the Barns at El Dorado County Fair and Event Center. Rain or shine. Shopping and kid friendly


January 14, 2019


Art on the Divide Gallery in Georgetown will be doing some clean up work in the gallery and will be closed January 14-31st. Watch for the re-opening on Feb. 1st.


January 19, 2019

Art & Wine With Something MORE 6pm-9pm El Dorado County Fair & Event Center, Placerville. To learn more about MORE and it's services visit For questions about this event contact Kelli Nuttall at (530)622-4848 or


HartSong Ranch annual crab feed fundraiser.  For more info go to their website

January 20, 2019


Music on the Divide presents Jessica Malone. For more info go to


February 10, 2019

25th Annual Young Musicians Concert, Free concert. Music on the Divide's annual crowd-pleaser showcases the amazing variety of musical talent from youth right here on the Georgetown Divide. Past performers have ranged in age from 6 to 22 and often display a depth of musical ability beyond their years. The IOOF Hall is typically packed in support of these outstanding young people who are not only talented, but also brave to perform in front of a live audience. This delightful concert is free and continues the mission of Music On The Divide to support the arts. For more info go to


February 23, 2019

New Morning's 2nd Annual Battle of the Badges/911 Cook Off 2019 4pm-8pm El Dorado County Fair and EVent Center, 100 Placerville Dr., Placerville. Hosted by New Morning Youth and Family Services. Join New Morning Youth & Family Services as they host the 2nd Annual Battle of the Badges - 911 Cook Off. Taste test . Guests will taste test delectable soups, stews or chili, choose the "Peoples Choice Award" and "Best Booth Award", enjoy local beers and wines, visit many local business booths and live entertainment. Celebrity judges will choose the winners. Contact for more info.


March 24, 2019

Music on the Divide presents Ashu. For  more info go to