(COPPEROPOLIS, Calif.) - Copperopolis Town Square - the events, shopping and entertainment hub conveniently located on Highway 4 in Calaveras County - will host the 4th annual "Summerfest" on Saturday, August 4 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The event will include live music in the gazebo by Danny Burton's "Copper Holding Company," a local classic rock and pop band. Guests should dress for "wet play" to enjoy a slip-and-slide, water slides and bouncy houses to cool off in the heat. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair and listen to the music or shop while the kids play.
"This summer has been steamy and we invite families to unwind at Copperopolis Town Square while enjoying retro tunes and activities for all ages," says Linda Stefanick, Vice President and Event Director for Castle & Cooke Calaveras, Inc.
Copperopolis Town Square will also be showcasing two new stores. VdorA is a women's boutique with stylish clothes from petite to plus sizes. Copper Cellars offers specialty wines, tastings and special gifts.
Griff's BBQ n' Grill, Panini's Italian Grill and Snap's Coffee House and Wine Bar will be serving lunch. Outdoor seating is available for those who want to remain close to the action. Cruisers Ice Cream Parlor offers hot dogs and a wide selection of cool treats.
Situated in the rolling foothills of the Central Sierra in Calaveras County, Copperopolis Town Square is two hours from the Bay Area and 1.5 hours from Sacramento. The area provides visitors a wide variety of amenities and activities including golf, tennis and dining at the acclaimed Saddle Creek Resort with accommodations for guests in luxurious Lodge Bungalows conveniently located within a few miles of the golf course.
To find out more about Copperopolis Town Square and upcoming events, call 866.276.4235 or visit www.CopperopolisTownSquare.com
About Copperopolis Town Square
Copperopolis Town Square is a town center with deeply-rooted historical underpinnings. Developed by Castle & Cooke, it is a fresh approach to retail and residential that integrates historical awareness, environmental sensitivity and architectural appreciation into a country town setting. At its core is a neo-traditional urban design philosophy emphasizing pedestrian-oriented retail and streetscapes that create a socially interactive customer experience. The architecture is reminiscent of the mid and late 1800s, capturing the essence of the Sierra foothills gold country and creating a sense of place missing from so many retail centers in the U.S.
For more information about real estate opportunities in the Copperopolis area, contact Copper Valley Realty in the Copperopolis Town Square at 209-785-9700 or visit www.copperopolisproperties.com