This day starts off Elk Grove History Week. The day’s goal is to honor our local historian Elizabeth Pinkerton and to promote the history of our community. Events take place from 10:30 to 2:00 and involve several activities.
Starting at 11:00 there will be a newly furbished jail ribbon cutting, followed by historical period activities for the kids and families. The children will be issued a passport at the museum to various stations i.e. Butter making, handkerchief dolls, clothes washing with wash board and tub, canning lid punching ornament, veg/fruit printing on brown paper, Yarn”s God Eye. Also games will be available – Stilts, hoops, marbles, jacks, and jump rope.
Followed by the Pinkerton Picnic in the Park with more activities to participate or watch, i.e. Tug-a-war, sack races, beanbag toss, etc.
You can bring your own picnic lunch or purchase a Bravo catered lunch at
Activities end at 2:00 PM