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Rancho Day Fiesta

The Sanchez Adobe Docents invite visitors to experience life in the 1840s. This family day will focus on what life was like on a rancho in Mexican California.

  • Dance to early California music.
  • Discover bygone trades.
  • Eat real rancho food.
  • Stamp leather and twine rope.
  • Make corn husk dolls and candles.
  • And more make-it-yourself crafts.
Debuting at the 2012 festivities was a carreta built for the Sanchez Adobe. A carreta or ox cart is a two-wheeled vehicle used to transport goods. In the 1840s, a carreta would have been used on the Sanchez rancho to haul hides for the hide-and-tallow trade.

The Rancho Day Fiesta is held annually the third Saturday in September.
Details
Date:
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Time:
12-4 p.m.
Location:
Sanchez Adobe,
1000 Linda Mar Boulevard, Pacifica
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Cost:
$1 suggested donation,
Additional charge for food and crafts.
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For more information, call 650.359.1462 or email us.