Jul
12
to Jul 13

Park Fete Children’s Corral

Set up at the entrance of the Park, we provide a shaded area with free activities for kids of all ages.  There are a variety variety of games and competitions, face painting, library activities and general Chamber information at this popular community wide event sponsored by The Escalon Lion's Club.

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Aug
4
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday in the Park

These are family oriented events and feature themes and different activities each of the Sundays.  Gifts are made for parents, antique cars might be there and pumpkin carving is the feature in October.  Staring in 2019, local Chamber merchants will be attending as vendors at the event.

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Wine and Spirits Stroll
Sep
14
5:30 PM17:30

Wine and Spirits Stroll

Wine and Spirits partnered with food, music, games and general good times create this adult event on Main Street.  Our main fund raiser of the year provides for our community scholarships for Chamber members with continuing education opportunities.  Funds will also be used to support educational workshops for entrepreneurs and small business owners to encourage their success.

 
 
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Oct
6
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday in the Park

These are family oriented events and feature themes and different activities each of the Sundays.  Gifts are made for parents, antique cars might be there and pumpkin carving is the feature in October.  Staring in 2019, local Chamber merchants will be attending as vendors at the event.

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Dec
7
3:00 PM15:00

Christmas on Main

Each year Escalon's Main Street Park takes on the look of a Hallmark movie.  Children running through snow, community service clubs providing activities or crafts to work on while waiting for the arrival of Santa after The Parade of Lights.  Enjoy picture taking opportunities with the photo  stations scattered through out the park or take a few minutes to enjoy the entertainment provided by local musicians.  Best of all create s'mores with friends neighbors and family at the fire pits.   Definitely an event not to be missed.

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Jun
2
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday in the Park

These are family oriented events and feature themes and different activities each of the Sundays.  Gifts are made for parents, antique cars might be there and pumpkin carving is the feature in October.  Staring in 2019, local Chamber merchants will be attending as vendors at the event.

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May
5
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday in the Park

These are family oriented events and feature themes and different activities each of the Sundays.  Gifts are made for parents, antique cars might be there and pumpkin carving is the feature in October.  Staring in 2019, local Chamber merchants will be attending as vendors at the event.

 
 
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Mar
9
11:00 AM11:00

Tea and Trumpets

This event is held yearly featuring Escalon High students helping to create a delightful, traditional garden tea service and provide entertainment during the activity.  Funds raised are to provide scholarships in the Arts and Music Programs.  

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Tea and Trumpets
Mar
10
11:00 AM11:00

Tea and Trumpets

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An Old Fashioned Garden Tea Party. Sat March 10th, 2018 11am-1pm. Presented by the Escalon Chamber of Commerce. This is a great event for little girls, big girls and even DADDYS! And for a good cause. This event helps support scholarships at EHS for an ART and MUSIC student with the proceeds of this Garden Tea Party. Make a Memory, Sample Tea, Eat Snacks, Desserts, Best Hat Contest, Raffles and Music. Let me know how many tickets you need. Tickets are just $10 each. Reserve a private Garden area booth for an additional $100 and receive a private server for your group. For tickets or for more information, contact Sonya Huff 209-484-4465 or Debbie Murken 209-402-0505

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Brown Bag Workshop For Small Businesses
Mar
7
12:00 PM12:00

Brown Bag Workshop For Small Businesses

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Come join our 1st Brown Bag Workshop for Small Businesses!!! 

At the Escalon Library. Many young business fail because they haven’t done the homework necessary to reach their dreams and goals. The Escalon Chamber of Commerce will be holding the first Brown Bag Lunch workshops on March 7, 2018 at Noon in the Escalon branch Library.   

The focus of this workshop will be to introduce small businesses and entrepreneurs to practices to help them succeed in business.  Bill Robinson of Principal Finance, Chuck Smith of Big Ape Bookkeeping and Tax Service and Lance Johnson of Farmers Insurance will share ideas on how knowledge in these three areas is important to successful businesses.  In the future we will have speakers  on social media, the importance of a business plan, networking and other relevant issues. 

Bring your lunch and listen to our speakers. They will discuss taxes, insurance and financial planning.  If you have questions, call the Chamber at 209-838-2793.

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