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Hot Summer Nights Party At Miller’s Landing

BASS LAKE — It’ Friday and Miller’s Landing Resort is the place to be tonight, July 22, as the locals’ favorite establishment hosts a Hot Summer Nights party. They’ll have delicious tri-tip on the BBQ, and special games for kids. Rocky Von Wagner will be rockin’ the house and it’s not unusual for a dance party to break out. The fun starts at 6 ...

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Americana and Blues At The Mariposa Art Park

Written by Ronnie Sweeting — MARIPOSA — Music on the Green – the free summer concert series brought to you by The Mariposa County Arts Council and its many fine sponsors – continues into the 2016 season, presenting live, in concert, Cottonwood Creek — featuring Maggie Watkins and Scott Patrick Little — on Friday, July 15, and Deja Blues on ...

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Meet Your First Responders At National Night Out

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Office of the California Highway Patrol invites the community to be part of “National Night Out,” an annual event meant to bring together law enforcement officers, first responders, and the communities they serve in an informal setting. The festivities will take place in the parking lot of the old Blockbuster store in the Old Mill Shopping ...

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Early Bird Discounts For Smokey Bear Run/Walk

BASS LAKE — It’s time to register for the Smokey Bear Run / Walk, returning to the shores of beautiful Bass Lake on Saturday, Sept. 24. This year’s Race Chairman, Sheriff Jay Varney, invites all runners and walkers to join in the celebration of the 29th running of this popular event. This year’s proceeds will benefit Cal Fire and the ...

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Hot Saws This Weekend At The Loggers Jamboree

NORTH FORK — The tradition continues this weekend, July 2 and 3, as the 57th annual Mid Sierra Loggers Jamboree rolls into North Fork. This annual competition celebrates the past and keeps the tradition alive, pitting amateur and professional loggers against each other in categories such as axe throwing, hot saws, log rolling and many others. The Jamboree was born ...

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Bass Lake 4th Of July Festivities, Boat Parade And Fireworks

BASS LAKE – Independence Day at Bass Lake promises to be one to remember as activities take place all day and well into the evening, sponsored by lakeside resorts, businesses, and restaurants and the Bass Lake Chamber of Commerce. At 1:30 p.m. The Pines Village fun gets started in the park across from the bakery, where family-friendly contests and crafts ...

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Veteran’s Car Show Kicks Off Big Weekend

COARSEGOLD — Spend some time this weekend at the historic village for the Veteran’s Car Show, presented by and benefitting American Legion Post 110, Caring Veterans of America, Inc., and Amvets Post 99. The show is on Saturday, July 2, all day, and features exhibits by a number of military branches, including Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as ...

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Hot Summer Nights Party At Miller’s – BYOG

BASS LAKE — Miller’s Landing is having one of their famous Hot Summer Nights parties on Friday, June 24. It starts at 6 p.m. and the folks at Miller’s think you should leave work a little early. Permission granted. In fact, this is such a special party that you’re invited to sing along, and it’s BYOG – Bring Your Own ...

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SOS Lineup Includes Bootstrap Circus, Ten Ton Chicken, And More

Submitted by Mathew Sands — OAKHURST — This marks the third year for one of the most highly regarded live music events in the Yosemite area. Sierra Tel presents 2016 Sounds of Solstice Music Festival on Saturday, Jun. 18 at Oakhurst Community Park. All proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst. Bootstrap Circus, The Green Machine, Ten Ton Chicken ...

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Beautiful Auction Night Benefits Brian Wilhite

OAKHURST — Local photographer, well-known teacher and beloved community member Brian Wilhite recently had the rug of health pulled out from under him when he was diagnosed with bone and lung cancer. One minute the outdoorsy artist, 73, was flying joyfully down the slopes during an extended ski season and the next, it seems, he was digesting the sort of ...

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