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May 18, 2013
Hosted by American River Conservancy, the Festival celebrates the diverse history of Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Colony Farm, site of the first Japanese colony in America. An event for the whole family, the Festival honors all the cultures that, over time, made this exceptional site their home. The Festival features Japanese music, Taiko Drummers, Samurai Martial Arts,and traditional Japanese arts, as well as, Native American artists and dancers, Gold Rush Living History, historic farm tours, sushi and sake tasting, award winning El Dorado County wineries, food vendors, hay wagon rides and more. Festival hours from 10 am to 4 pm. A limited number of tickets will be sold - advance purchase is strongly recommended. For more information, or tickets, contact American River Conservancy at 530-621-1224 or visit www.arconservancy.org/wakamatsufarmfestival.
|Cost||$20 Adult / $7 Youth / Under 10 Free|
Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Colony Farm
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