Event of the Week brought to you by: Travel Nevada
Party like it’s 1870 at the at the Nevada State Museum in Carson City!
On February 4, celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Carson City Mint, which produced nearly $50 million in gold and silver coins from the Comstock Lode and California Gold Rush. Festivities include free museum admission, the minting of a commemorative medallion on the historic Coin Press No. 1, and more.
Find details at: mint150.com
The Event of the Week is brought to you by, the Harrison Corydon Convention and Visitors Bureau
Start the holiday season with two great events in Corydon, Indiana. Find the perfect gift at the Corydon Extravaganza, a curated festival for vintage and handmade items. Light Up Corydon features a parade, Santa, and holiday decorations on the historic town square. For more details and to plan your holiday road trip click here: thisisindiana.org
Come to the Lakeside of the Smokies Balloon Fest. While, set against the picturesque backdrop of fall in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee’s Largest hot air balloon festival offers a spectacular view of the colorful balloons in flight and on the ground. You can also enjoy live music, food trucks, wine tastings, and more! Held at Chilton Farm, October 26-27, 2019. For more details go to: JeffersonTNEotW Festival entry is $20 per car, with additional fees for balloon rides and other activities.
Daffodils are popping up throughout wine country at the The Daffodil Drive & Festival. Cruise the country roads around Junction City, Oregon to see the bright blossoms. Park your vehicle at Conser Quarry, 27387 Ferguson Road to take a shuttle to the Long Tom Grange for cinnamon rolls. Also, buy armfuls of daffodils, browse local vendors, enjoy live entertainment, and take a wagon ride. Even more, admire antique cars. While a favorite family tradition, this is also the largest daffodil festival in the state!
March 16-17, 2019. Photos and more information at Daffodil Drive & Festival