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Posted by: thepinetree on 07/12/2018 09:03 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 07/12/2018 09:10 PM
Expires: 07/12/2028 12:00 AM
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Columbia Gold Rush Days

Columbia, CA...Reserve the second Saturday of every month for Gold Rush Days at Columbia State Historic Park. You’ll get to see inside special exhibits, stores and residences not regularly open to the public.  Docents in period attire will provide lots of information on the structure of their featured building, nature of its business and equipment, contents of store merchandise, or interior décor of family homes, along with history of the times for visitors. If you’re lucky, the gambling table will be set up on the boardwalk for everyone to try their hand at betting against a mining camp gambler. This event is free.



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Sponsored by The Friends Of Columbia SHP. Visit their website here for more information.


This event repeats on the second Saturday of every month until 06/10/2019



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Posted on: 2018-07-12 21:54:09   By: Anonymous
 
If you can find the time, try to attend the living history presented at Columbia Diggins 1852 that happens once a year. Kids just love it, and it is a feeling of going back in time for us adults.

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Re: Truth Prevails
Posted on: 2018-07-12 21:55:38   By: Anonymous
 
Funny how much this picture looks like a local homeless person's camp of today.

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    No it coesn't
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 22:27:16   By: Anonymous
     
    Wow, you are one really messed-up person for even thinking that.

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      Re: No it coesn't
      Posted on: 2018-07-13 07:19:57   By: Anonymous
       
      I don't understand your "you are one really messed-up person for even thinking that."
      I believe he's correct, except the miners didn't just throw their garbage everywhere and not give a damn about it. They did back breaking work, in the cold water even when it was freezing to make a living. Many of our homeless are thieves, drunks and drug addicts who will do anything to get their next high, not all of course. A huge percentage of homeless men are ex military, who couldn't cope when they left the military. Families who lost jobs, or just bad luck. Then you have the other side of the coin, the criminals, and we have a huge percentage of those. The pigs, the thieves, felons, drug addicts, drunks, lazy, who will never work, and if the have the chance will rob you blind.
      Well isn't that a bresh of fresh air. But if you want to help them, there's a few who just got kicked out of that gentlemens club who need a place to sleep, live, cook, use "your" bathroom?
      Sorry, truth hurts, and it is a sad thing to look at. If you have an idea how to make these things better for everyone

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        Re: No it coesn't
        Posted on: 2018-07-13 23:08:28   By: Anonymous
         
        ^ RACIST!!!

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    Re: Truth Prevails
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 22:48:33   By: Anonymous
     
    The pioneers and miners worked very hard back breaking work to gain a real home and build communities.

    Noting like the mentally ill homeless of today. Who will never be able to participate in the betterment of themselves or community. Yet we keep saving them from themselves to procreate.

    History was correct, house them in confined care until their end. Do not allow them to walk the streets blindsiding the general public. That general public who is just going about their normal productive day.

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      Re: Truth Prevails
      Posted on: 2018-07-13 07:27:52   By: Anonymous
       
      Wouldn't that be nice to put them all some place to live out their days? I think in SF would be a great place, or maybe at our State Capitol, since that's where all the stink arises. Or at our Southern borders, where they can live with the illegals who want to be here and not pay taxes and leech off our system, they can get a good idea of life here from our criminal homeless. We the tax payers will buy the razor wire of course. I mean why not, we pay for everything that runs this Great Country as it is.



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