We are a community-based organization focused on helping make the community a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we organize fundraisers, exciting community-building events, and in-depth training sessions for our volunteers.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
President: Janet Migliore 209-296-7112
V. President: Michelle Bell 916-220-0274
Secretary: Joann Mendoza 209-296-5705
Director1: LJ Migliore 209-296-7112
Director2: Caroline Goddard
PO Box 236, 14445 Fiddletown Road, Fiddletown CA 95629
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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
I have lived in Fiddletown since 2014. Started volunteering at the lending library and was VP in 2017. I am excited for all the wonderful things we are going to do this year.
I have lived in Fiddletown for almost 2yrs. I work for the City of Folsom for over 20yrs.
I have volunteered for the Folsom Rodeo and Folsom Live for a long time, also 10yrs volunteering at the Sacramento Music Festival.
We have lived in Fiddletown for over 20years. We have both been involved with FCC for almost as long. We both love being a part of this community.
I came to Fiddletown 4 years ago & through the Community Center came to know my neighbors and learn about the area. I joined the Board because I feel together we can make Fiddletown a very special place, and, gathering at the Community Center is a place to start.
In 2007, Pat felt Fiddletown needed a library and set about making that happen. Her vision was to have a "free" library, where no cards or cash were needed to enjoy available books. Over time Pat was able to transform the facility into a first-class library. In 2009 the library was dedicated as the "Pat McAlpin Lending Library". Pat touched a great many lives and she will be missed.
Director of Library Services - Judi Lindholm has continued Pat's vision with the help of the 'Library Ladies' - Cheryl Smith, Rachel Talbot, Janet Migliore, EJ Jack & Gail Silenski. These ladies all donate their time to make this jewel available for all to use.
The library is open 5 days a week as time and weather permits for the volunteers. The days and times are posted on the front window. And, of course, anytime the hall is open
Contact Joann Mendoza @ 209-296-5705 to schedule your event, or if you have questions.
$200/day or $150/day for members
There is a $100 cleaning deposit.
You will also need a liability insurance certificate.
$60/day or $50/day for members
Tables = $7/ea or $5/ea for members
$1/ea or 50cents/ea for members
Below is a list of our events If there is a charge for this event - you can click on the link below.
Check out this great video about the Fiddlers' Jam.
Join us for a foot-stomping, good time fiddlin' at this FREE annual festival. Enjoy continuous live music, local BBQ, artesian crafts, local wine and local microbrew beer! & the horseshoe contest, ALL IN THE PARK.
will be published when schedule is set
Food from Incahoots BBQ & Catering.
MicroBrew from Amador Brewery.
Soda & Water will also be sold.
Artesian crafts will be sold, with plenty of selection.
If you want to be a vendor, please download the Jam Vendor Letter below in the download section.
A Huge Thank You to all the local business & all our supports for your donations to our raffle.
Tickets will be sold for $1 ea or 6 for $5.
There will also be a silent auction.
Jammin' at Greg & Maggie's place.
There will be a horseshoe contest in the park
Check out this great video that was made at the Fiddlers' Jam in 2017. Video made by Brent Baader.