Wakamatsu Kite Festival & 148th Anniversary Observance Wakamatsu Kite Festival & 148th Anniversary Observance Date: 6/3/2017 Time: 10:00 AM TO 3:00 PM 941 Cold Springs Rd Placerville, California 95667 Phone: 530-621-1224 Event Description: Kites – Food – Drink – Raffle – Fun This celebration honors the 148th anniversary of the first Japanese colony in America who arrived at Gold Hill on June 8, 1869. American River Conservancy (ARC) honors these early pioneers during our regular Wakamatsu Open Farm Day on Saturday, June 3. ARC is offering a kite festival, including food and beer for purchase, a raffle, and light entertainment. Bring your own single-lined kite or make a kite to fly at Wakamatsu Farm. Picnics are welcome, and bring along a chair. Amenities at Wakamatsu Farm are limited. Proceeds from this event will be used to care for the historic Keyaki tree planted by the Wakamatsu colonists. $10 per car, additional for passenger vans and busses. Directions: Wakamatsu Farm in Placerville Need more information? If you need more information about this event, please complete the fields below: Your Email Address: Your Name: Question / Comment: For general inquiries email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org REGISTER EVENT SPONSORS LINKS Event Location Map Current Weather SET A REMINDER Your Email Address Remind me 1 2 3 4 5 day(s) prior to the event date.