Clarksville Day 2017

Clarksville Region Historical Society is so very excited to be hosting our 7th Clarksville Day event on Saturday, May 6th, 2017 from 10am to 3pm. Come explore this historic ghost town from days long past. We have an even bigger line-up of exhibitors, presenters and vendors to compliment the reenactments and stories of Clarksville and the Lincoln Highway era.

Look for Clarksville Cemetery tours, Pony Express and Mormon Battalion demonstrations, gold panning, railroad exhibits, old west shoot-outs, old-time photography and so much more. We’ll have dated fire trucks, stagecoaches, classic cars including model A’s, T’s, 1940’s and 50’s.

We will have more food vendors including local favorites Ruffhaus Hot Dogs, Farmers Deli & Bakery, The Original Kettle Korn and Blue Dolphin Shave Ice. Music by Ole West Trio will be performing and many ORHS A/P history class students will be docents and showcasing their local history projects. Remember, "Local history builds community!"

Entry is free.

This annual event is made possible by the generous support of the following entities/individuals for which we are extremely grateful:

Serrano Associates, LLC
The Nagle Company
MJM Properties, LLC
EDH Firefighters Association
Jim Brunello Law


Waste Connections El Dorado Disposal
Doug Veerkamp General Engineering
John Pine
ProEquity Asset Management


Lastly, we encourage you to become a CRHS member, come to one of our speaker meetings and/or contribute to our goal of preserving the history of Clarksville and El Dorado Hills by making a donation using the PayPal link at the side menu to the left. CRHS is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, so donations are considered to be tax-deductible.

Opportunities to join CRHS will be available at Clarksville Day 2017 – come visit our booth!

Doug Hus
President
Clarksville Region Historical Society
Clarksville Days 2017
Saturday, May 6th, 2017.

Pony Express Rider
Pony Express riding in from the Rescue Station, on Clarksville Day.

Aerial Tour of Cemetery and Town of Clarksville