Gold Discovery Day Gold Discovery Day . Please Note --> This is a Past Event!! . Date: 1/20/2018 Time: 10:00 AM TO 2:00 PM 310 Back Street Coloma, CA 95613 Phone: 530-622-3470 Event Description: Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park in Coloma, California commemorates the richness and diversity of the Coloma Valley during the annual Gold Discovery Day activities. This event kicks off a year of exploring the diverse peoples and cultures found in Coloma before, during and after the Gold Rush. On the second Saturday of each month during the park’s monthly Living History event, a different cultural group will be explored. Listen to a lecture on the Cultures of Coloma. Learn more about the Native American people who populated the Coloma Valley for thousands of years. Members of the El Dorado County Indigenous Tribe will be interpreting the bark house and grinding rock exhibits in the park and rebuilding the chakka, or granary, used by the natives to store acorns. Visit Sutter’s Mill and talk with James Marshall, who discovered gold in the South Fork of the American River 170 years ago on January 24, 1848. Park docents will explain the various routes and modes of transportation used by the first emigrants to California and share gold panning techniques used in the early years of the gold rush. At noon park visitors are invited to celebrate the grand re-opening of the park’s research library housed in the back of the museum. Directions: Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park 310 Back Street Coloma CA 95613 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.