Friday Night Meet & Greet


Friday November 8th 2019 6pm ~ 9pm

The Hotel Leger

Fri Nov. 8th ~ Sun Nov. 10th 2019

Old Amador County Courthouse & Jail

Sat Nov. 9th ~ Sun Nov. 10th 2019 9:30pm ~ 2am

Lets kick this party off with a Catered ~ Meet & Greet. Meeting up with old friends and making new one alike.. Catered finger food and snacks (Buy your own Booze)..


Meet & Greet will be held at the Hotel Leger in Mokelumne Hill, CA starting at 6pm til 9pm.. The Meet and Greet is included in your Platinum Package or you can Purchase Separately..


8304 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245

George Léger, a Frenchman who came during the California Gold Rush, opened his Hotel de France in 1851, as a wood-framed tent. Next door was the Calaveras County Courthouse, as Mokulemne Hill was the county seat at the time. When the county seat was moved to San Andreas in 1866, Léger bought the court building and incorporated into his hotel. One reason was that it was made of stone and thus had survived two fires that had ravaged the town previously. After restoration following another fire in 1874, the hotel became known as the Hotel Léger, and it has been in operation ever since.


The bar, which features a stained-glass back bar with the date 1851 in it, reportedly came around Cape Horn and has been in continuous use. The former courthouse building was also the location of the county jail, and remnants of the jail cells can still be seen in the building's cellar.

8304 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245

The Amador County Court House stood on the same site at 108 Court Street in Jackson from the mid - 1800's until 2007 when the current courthouse opened at its new location. In the heat of the gold rush, the first 2-story wooden building rose in January 1855 and served until 1862 when it burn down. By late December, 1863 the county had erected a 2-story brick building on the same site. Needing additional space, a building of similar design was constructed in 1893 next to the Courthouse, and identified as the Hall of Records.   With the Art Deco renovation in 1939, the County enveloped and unified all three building sections.The Courthouse, the Hall of Records and the building fill-in area. The "new" Courthouse was dedicated on June 29, 1940. A new jail extension was added years later.

108 Court Street, Jackson, CA 95642