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‘Tunes for Trees’ Benefit Concert Oct. 7th
Red Rose Ranch Band Returns to Woodland’s Gibson House
Back by popular demand, Woodland’s favorite country swing band will perform at this year’s Tunes for Trees benefit concert Saturday October 7th, from 6-9 PM at Woodland’s Gibson House Museum, 512 Gibson Road.
Proceeds from the concert support the work of the Woodland Tree Foundation, a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that plants and cares for trees in the Woodland area. To date, Woodland Tree Foundation volunteers have planted and cared for more than 4,200 trees.
The family event includes a silent auction featuring gift baskets with local wines, photography, gardening items, and other great prizes. A delicious and healthy dinner will be served, supported by the Kiwanis Club of Woodland. Tickets, $25 for adults and $10 for kids include dinner and a soft drink. Local craft beers and local wines will be available and sold separately.
Tickets are available at the concert, from Woodland Tree Foundation members. Information is available online at http://www.woodlandtree.org.
Tractor Family Fest
Join us at the California Agriculture Museum on March 18th from 10 am – 3 pm to see our fabulous collection of early California farm equipment and vehicles as well as several visiting engines and tractors. There will be music, demonstrations, a new exhibit, and we’ve expanded our kids’ corner for even more fun! Don’t miss a chance to climb on a Caterpillar 10!
Great items in our gift shop as well as food and beverages will be available for purchase!
The California Agriculture Museum is home to the nation’s most unique collection of tractors and artifacts. Interactive exhibits tell the history of farm to fork, dating back to the Gold Rush era. Hear local storytellers boast of how California food producers did things bigger and better, evolving from horse drawn, to steam driven, to fuel powered machines, eventually becoming the state’s economic driver. Learn how farming brought a variety of heritages and cultures to one region, to prosper together in this bountiful land. Fun and educational for the entire family.
Event is free with regular admission. $10-$5 with discounts for seniors, students, and military. Kids under 5 are free.
The Gibson House, land, and outbuildings serve as the Yolo County Historical Museum.
The grounds & Mansion are available to rent for group gatherings such as weddings, birthday parties, graduation, reunions and company picnics.
The Yolo Land Trust works to preserve the agricultural productivity and rural heritage of Yolo County’s farms and ranches.
The Cache Creek Conservancy (CCC) manages the 130-acre Cache Creek Nature Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary in Yolo County, about 8 miles west of Woodland. The CCC’s mission is to preserve, restore, enhance and promote the stewardship of the stream environment within the Cache Creek watershed. We also provide a free K-12 environmental education program to area schools and service groups. We also do restoration projects along a 15 mile stretch of Cache Creek.
The Sacramento Valley Historical Railways offers a hands-on opportunity to experience and learn about the railroad history of the Sacramento Valley. Stop by and see us at the Historic Woodland Train Depot.
The Yolo County Visitors Bureau is the place to go to learn about traveling and staying in Yolo County. We help serve the communities of Woodland, Davis and Winters, plus Capay Valley and Clarksburg. Our website provides a wide range of information about hotels, events, dining options, wine-tasting venues, bicycling and outdoor recreation, and much more. We also have a series of visitor guides that we can send to anyone free of charge. Visit http://www.visityolo.com or call us at (530) 297-1900.