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Mountain Area Students Dance “The Nutcracker”

FRESNO – The Valley Performing Arts Council, in partnership with Fresno Grand Opera, will bring to life a magical holiday tradition that has connected families and communities for more than 100 years when it presents The Nutcracker at two performances Thanksgiving weekend. The ballet will be performed Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 28 and 29, at 1 p.m. at William Saroyan ...

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Sit, Stay, Play! Bingo Benefits EMC SPCA

OAKHURST – Anxious to put your paws on some fresh bingo cards? The community is invited to Sit-Stay-Play Bingo on Friday, Nov.  20 at the Oakhurst Community Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and bingo starts at 6:30 p.m. for a ton of fun that benefits the efforts to being a local humane animal shelter to the foothills. Your $25 ...

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Master Guitarists Take The Stage At Coolwater Ranch

AHWAHNEE – Once again, the Coolwater Ranch plays host to a pair of top-flight musicians. Passes are now available for the next show, set for Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. Stevie Coyle (late of the whiz-bang string band The Waybacks) is one lucky bum. His dad ran a radio station in southern California and brought home all the promo ...

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Art Exhibition Focuses On Veterans Issues & Experiences

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa County Arts Council and the Keith M. Bertken Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #6042 invites the public to the opening of a special exhibition of art titled In Uniform, on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 3:30 to 7 p.m. at the Mariposa County Arts Council’s Treetop Gallery. Curated by Arts Council Director Cara Goger, In Uniform includes ...

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Community’s Help Needed For Christmas Tree Lighting Tradition

OAKHURST – After managing the coordination of the Oakhurst Community Christmas Tree Lighting for over twenty years, Sierra Tel is encouraging other community businesses and members to get involved as they focus their resources on continuing to be the premiere provider of telecommunications services for our area. “The Oakhurst Christmas Tree Lighting has become a tradition for families all over ...

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Ladies Of The Lakes Holiday Boutique In YLP

COARSEGOLD – For over 30 years, the Ladies of the Lakes (LOL) Women’s Club has been hosting a Holiday Boutique in Yosemite Lakes Park. This year’s event will he held on Saturday Nov. 7, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the YLP Clubhouse and grounds. There will be free parking and continuous taxi service from the Clubhouse and the ...

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Huge Fall Festival Honors Local Firefighters

Written by Lisa Clark NORTH FORK – The countdown is on for the Fall Festival honoring our firefighters at the Putney Ranch, now the Siderman’s Family Camp and Conference Center. An amazing day is planned packed full of sunshine, food, beer, wine, apple martinis, dance, bingo, kiddie games crafts, hay rides, paint ball, archery, crafts vendors, cash prize cupcake contest, ...

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Halloween Hauntings & Happenings

MOUNTAIN AREA – Time to get those little pumpkins all dressed up, revved up and sugared up, because the spookiest of times is coming this weekend on Halloween. Here’s what’s going on locally for Saturday, Oct. 31: Everyone in the family will have something fun to do at the Bass Lake Craft Fair and Trick-or-Treat, happening from 10 a.m. to ...

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Take Home The Big Prize At Trivia Night

OAKHURST – Gather up your friends and coworkers and show off your trivia knowledge during a spirited night of friendly competition this Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Sierra Lions Club’s inaugural “If I Only Had a Brain” Trivia Night. Tom Wheeler is the distinguished Master of Ceremonies, and participants will be treated to a unique live auction and raffle. There ...

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Creepy Crawly Tarantula Festival Returns To Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD – Coarsegold is prepping for its 18th annual Coarsegold Tarantula Festival on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10:30 a.m. til 5 p.m. in the Historic Village along Highway 41. The event features a day packed with activities including the popular tarantula races and costume parade, along with contests for the hairiest legs, pizza eating, pumpkin cake and poetry, plus the ...

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