• Living History Days
    2nd Saturday of each month

    girl learning to make rope at Marshall Park, Coloma

    Marshall Gold Discovery State Park presents a Living History Program on the 2nd Saturday of each month. This hands-on history day features many historical interpreters who come out to demonstrate different aspects of pioneer life during the Gold Rush. Visitors can experience candle dipping, meet the Mountain Men, chat with ladies doing their sewing or spinning, make some rope, help the carpenters saw a log, and ask the cooks “What’s fer lunch”. Each program also has a cultural or historic theme. For more information about the Living History days, please contact Marshall Gold Discovery State Park at 530-622-3470 or visit their website.

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  • Pumpkins on the Bridge
    October 30, 2021

    Please bring and wear a mask and respect social distancing during this event. 

    It was once said that Pumpkins on the bridge started as a way to get rid of the evidence of trickery. A family woke up to lots of pumpkins placed in their yard one day. They decided to move them to the bridge. As so the legacy began and is still strong today.

    Come join in the fun, bring your carved pumpkin(s) and candles to the bridge after dusk on October 30th. Come back the next night & replace your candle with a fresh one for Halloweens eve.

    Good Times are Had By All. This is a free event and is family-friendly.

    Clean up crew please report to the bridge on Nov 1st at 8:30 am

    If you have animals that eat pumpkin please on the bridge by 9:30 am on 11/1/2020 come help yourself to them.

     

  • Coloma Lotus Christmas Tree Lighting
    December 1st, 2021

    Please join us on the bridge to light up the Christmas Tree at 6pm. Due to Covid-19 this will be a very low key event.

    Tuesday, December 1st, 2021

    6:00 pm

    Parking available up top by Whitewater Pizza, walk out on the bridge and watch it call come to light.

    Please remember to keep social distancing & wear your face mask to help prevent the spread of Covid-19