Peddler’s Fair begins Friday in Coarsegold

The Peddler’s Fair will feature arts and crafts, various collectibles and antiques as well as a wide array of food. The Peddler’s Fair will feature arts and crafts, various collectibles and antiques as well as a wide array of food. The Coarsegold Historical Village will be invaded by hundreds of vendors when the annual Peddler’s Fair begins Friday, the Yosemite Sierra Visitors Bureau said in a release.

The Peddler’s Fair will run from May 25-28 and is a bargain hunter’s dream, featuring a variety of products that will include arts and crafts, various collectibles, antiques and more. In addition to the shopping, numerous vendors will sell a wide array of food. Admission to the Peddler’s Fair is free.

Along with acres of vendors from throughout the country, the village is also home to a number of unique shops and restaurants. Visitors can also learn about the region’s tribal history or connection with the gold rush of 1849. They can even try their hand at gold panning.

For more information or vendor packets, log on to www.CoarsegoldHistoricVillage.com.