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Gold Rush Days @ Julian, CA…THIS WEEKEND!!

I love Gold Rush Days in Julian, heck, I just love going to Julian! The apple pies….hhmmmm ‘dreamy face’. If you live in Southern California, head on over to Julian this weekend, April 7-8. Lots of food and fun. 

Admission is free, but you’ll need tickets for the activities. Some of which will be:

  • Hayrides
  • Farm Animal Visit
  • Archery
  • Tomahawk Throwing
  • Candle Making

Julian Gold Rush Days, celebrates the discovery of gold in this mountain community and invites visitors to learn more about its history with a weekend of entertainment including gold panning, tomahawk throwing, candle dipping and more. Located at The Julian Mining Company in Wynola, the old-fashioned mining camp will offer re-enactors,, an arts and crafts market, food and drink, a petting zoo, and old-fashioned laundry, free parking and plenty of family fun.

Gold Rush Days

Time is ripe for Julian’s Apple Days – SFGate

JulianAwesome little town with deep gold rush history.

On paper, walking from one end of the tiny town of Julian in San Diego County to the other should take 15 minutes, tops. Or all day.

There were no street fairs or pedestrian-heavy sidewalks to blame for my glacial pace along the five blocks that make up Main Street on a recent visit. Just apples. Every couple of steps brought temptation in new mouthwatering variations: pies, ciders, syrups, dumplings, shakes, caramels and … well, you get the idea.

Each year Julian draws thousands of visitors on the strength of its reputation as an apple town. And with good reason – the apple pie alone is worth the trip. But after the pie coma has worn off, don’t overlook the other diversions in this folksy hill town rich with Gold Rush history.

via Time is ripe for Julian’s Apple Days – SFGate.

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