Events: Sutter Creek – Trash to Treasures2018-03-14T03:26:01+00:00

Sutter Creek Events

Sutter Creek Trash to Treasures
May 26th, 2018

What will you find? Booths filled with goodies. After all, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

Join us for our 15th Annual Street Fair with antiques, collectibles, jewelry, garden stuff, and lots of wonderful junk! This fun Annual Sutter Creek event has venders selling old and new treasures up and down Eureka Street and in the Eureka Street Parking lot. You will never know what you may find at the unusual market.

The event starts at 8 am. For questions about the event please call 209-267-5505.

Want to sell your treasures at our event? Booth spaces are $50.00 for a 10 x 14 space.

» Click here for the Application.

sutter creek trash to treasures annual event
sutter creek trash to treasures annual event
sutter creek trash to treasures annual event
sutter creek trash to treasures annual event
sutter creek trash to treasures annual event
sutter creek trash to treasures annual event
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SUTTER CREEK CALIFORNIA

“Although John Sutter’s sawmill was about forty miles away, Sutter Creek is in the heart of the California Gold Country. Sutter made camp here, trying to avoid the gold rush crowds, but miners soon spilled in and made the town. Mining boomed and then faded…making way for today’s contagion: wine fever. In and around Sutter Creek you can mosey along sidewalks shaded by filigreed balconies.”  – New York Times 36 Hours

Yesterday & Today

The town derives it’s name Sutter Creek after John Sutter. Sutter as early as 1844, had in pursuit of timber, established whipsawing pits and an outdoor manufacturing business named Pine Woods. It was this area near the creek, which runs behind City Hall, that became the site of new and permanent settlement. It is told the settlement started because of a single tent raised there for miners to use on rainy Sundays when they could not get to Jackson or Drytown. Sutter Creek truly established itself permanently when Gold quartz was discovered in 1851 and the became a major supply center.

Among other notable historic landmarks like Knight Foundry and the nearby Kennedy Mine, visitors should take some time to enjoy the historic wine country surrounding Sutter Creek. Wine production in the area dates back one hundred fifty years, when pioneers seeking their fortunes in gold found the ideal climate for growing wine grapes. Today Amador County boasts over 25 wineries and is famous for its red Zinfandels.