VACAVILLE — Guess who is turning 100 this year?
Solano County’s beloved original Nut Tree.
The Power family started a roadside fruit stand in July 1921 that would become California’s favorite road stop and put Solano County on the map for travelers all over the country.
The Vacaville Museum is leading the community celebration with an exhibit and events that will bring out the child in anyone.
The Nut Tree Centennial exhibit is in process and will be ready to open for visitors as soon as health regulations allow.
The exhibit will feature all things original Nut Tree, including displays of the restaurant, retail shops and the post office. The colorful art of Nut Tree graphic artists, led by Don Birrell, will be displayed throughout the exhibit.
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