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Super Saturday

Elizabeth Lowry, 7, from El  Dorado Hills, top, and Ella Sherman, 7, from Orangevale check out their new tiger faces in a mirror at the Saturday in the Park event held at El Dorado Hills Community Park on Aug. 24. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Elizabeth Lowry, 7, from El Dorado Hills, top, and Ella Sherman, 7, from Orangevale check out their new tiger faces in a mirror at the Saturday in the Park event held at El Dorado Hills Community Park on Aug. 24. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

Thousands once again enjoyed all the festivities Saturday in the Park had to offer on Aug. 24.

The annual event hosted by the El Dorado Hills Community Services District and the El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce at El Dorado Hills Community park featured live music, children’s activities, vendor booths and much more. Visitors enjoyed cooler temperatures than in years past and wasted no time spreading out their beach blankets and setting up their chairs while the little ones played Frisbee and tossed beach balls.

Vendor booths attracted a lot of attention as visitors tested their skills as a Village Life newspaper deliverer and as a toilet paper tosser at the Hands4Hope – Youth Making a Difference booth. Guests also tasted local brews and wine and received other freebies from local businesses.

As darkness approached RockSckool lit up the night with classic hits from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.

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