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Crawfish & Catfish Festival

Southern charm and hospitality is coming to Woodland this weekend!  The Crawfish & Catfish Festival lasts all weekend beginning tomorrow, Saturday 9/9, at 11am.  Expect a fun atmosphere with food, drink and music.  Here are a few details from festival organizer, Louisiana Sue: Crawdad & Catfish Festival When: Saturday & …

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Six Not-To-Be-Missed Events in Woodland

The 9th Annual Tomato Festival returns to Heritage Plaza on Saturday, August 13th from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Highlights include Salsa Tasting & Top Tomato Chef Competition. Admission is free. Tickets are still available to the 10th anniversary  Yolo County Fair Opening Night Gala on Wednesday, August 17 from …

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Hello lovely weekend!

Welcome to the weekend!  I can’t believe we are half way through September.  There’s a lot going on around Woodland right now.  Probably most important is the massive community drive to provide supplies and support to those affected by the fires.  The Facebook page,  First In, Relief for Evacuees, has been created to …

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Stroll Through History

The Stroll through History is this Saturday, September 12, 2015.  Celebrating it’s 27th year, the Stroll Through History once again is planning a wonderful day for Woodlanders and guests to enjoy.  There are so many options that I’m only capturing the main components.  Make sure to head over to Heritage Plaza and …

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Yolo Microbrew Festival

Today is the Yolo Microbrew Fest at the Yolo County Fairgrounds.  This is the 3rd annual BrewFest with an introduction of the Farm to Glass concept. What is a Farm to Glass concept, you ask?  Good Question!  The idea is to use locally sourced ingredients to make the food and …

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Woodland Tomato Festival

This Saturday, August 8th Woodland’s Main Street, between First and Third Streets, will be transformed into the 8th Annual Tomato Festival.  With over 60 vendors, 10-12 salsa competition entries, a Top-Chef inspired competition and a mechelada garden the Festival is sure to exceed expectations for the 2500 guests that are …

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Yolo County Fair

The first Yolo County Fair was held in the late summer of 1893 with horse racing being the main event. The Fair continued for several years until pari-mutuel horse racing was outlawed. The Yolo County Fair was incorporated in 1935. Records indicated that the fair, once established and the 40th …

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