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Roseville and Rocklin California holiday events calendar and more for December 3- 5, 2010.  Don't forget to submit your events online for publication. We now reach over 200,000 monthly visitors!

For individual event details visit:
http://www.rocklintoday.com/community-calendar.asp?roseville=Events

Events for Friday December 3, 2010 

  • Wild Nights, Holiday Lights
  • Winter Honors Gala
  • Contest at Paul Martin's
  • Christmas Tree Lighting in Folsom
  • Christmas Shoppe
  • Christmas Nativity Exhibit
  • American Legion - Holiday Meeting
  • Cornish Christmas Celebration
  • Crab Cioppino Feed
  • 12 Days of Midtown Sacramento
  • Job Seekers-Networking Event

For individual event details visit: 
http://www.rocklintoday.com/community-calendar.asp?roseville=Events

Events for Saturday December 4, 2010 

  • Wild Nights, Holiday Lights
  • The Music Room
  • Christmas Tree Lighting
  • Contest at Paul Martin's
  • Nutcracker
  • Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair
  • Christmas Shoppe
  • Christmas Nativity Exhibit
  • Lincoln's Holiday Parade
  • Festival of Lights Parade
  • Vocal & Instrumental Jazz
  • 12 Days of Midtown Sacramento
  • Pet Photos with Santa!
  • Christmas in Loomis, tree lighting

For individual event details visit: 
http://www.rocklintoday.com/community-calendar.asp?roseville=Events

Events for Sunday December 5, 2010 

  • Wild Nights, Holiday Lights
  • Contest at Paul Martin's
  • Nutcracker
  • Christmas Shoppe
  • Vocal & Instrumental Jazz
  • 12 Days of Midtown Sacramento

For individual event details visit: 
http://www.rocklintoday.com/community-calendar.asp?roseville=Events

Events subject to change without notice.  Please confirm priot to attending an event.





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