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MSO Season Opener Celebrates Wilderness

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Symphony Orchestra will open its 12th Season on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m., in the Fiester Auditorium of Mariposa County High School with a special world premiere event. Founding Music Director and Conductor Les Marsden has composed a 20-minute symphonic poem titled Wilderness – Our Necessary Refuge as part of Mariposa County’s participation in four ...

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Jack The Ripper At Golden Chain Theatre

OAKHURST — With a new production staged just in time for the haunted days of October, the Golden Chain Theatre (GCT) breathes life into the deadly, ominous tale of “Jack the Ripper.” The ghoulish melodrama will only be shown during the month of October, so GTC has chosen to add Friday performances to the usual Saturdays and Sundays.

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Coolwater Presents Tim & Myles Thompson

AHWAHNEE – The next in the series of concerts at the Coolwater Ranch will be Oct. 26 at 7 p.m., featuring Tim and Myles Thompson, guitarists extraordinaire. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, this father-son act features Fingerstyle Guitar Champion Tim Thompson and composer-instrumentalist/singer Myles Thompson.

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Michael J. Costa

Submitted by the artist Michael J. CostaSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 40 Fro-Zen was a series of images I began to create as a final project for a course entitled “Concept and Design” at the Academy of Arts University in San Francisco. My vision for these images was to freeze things from nature, then photograph the object through its ...

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Fall Festival, Grizzly Century & Sierra Art Trails

NORTH FORK – The town of North Fork comes alive with activity on Saturday Oct. 5, with a host of events, starting with the Grizzly Century Bike Run at 7 a.m. The Lions Club will be serving breakfast to the riders starting at 6 a.m., and to the public from 7 to 10 a.m., in Kennedy Hall at the North ...

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Judy Andes

Submitted by the artist Judy AndesSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 30 My art comes from a strong appreciation of this beautiful mountain area and the valley below. My pastel paintings capture some of the places that have touched me and I want to share that feeling. My painting, “A Quiet Moment” can be seen at the Stellar Gallery in ...

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Gay Abarbanell

Submitted by the artist Gay AbarbanellSierra Art Trails 2013 Images flow in and through me and my camera as well as my pen, in a spirit dance which I strive to share in my photography and poetry. The beauty and mystery of the unique and the mundane beckon to be expressed in unusual, creative and even abstract forms. I incorporate ...

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Craig Schub

Submitted by the artist Craig SchubSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 76 Craig Schub has ventured out to roads less traveled to get a sense of the terrain and vegetation that is reminiscent of the plein air paintings from early 1900s. Along the way, he found that the Sierra Nevada foothills is a treasured spot in which to live and ...

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Vivian Helena Aumond-Capone

Submitted by the artist Vivian Helena Aumond-CaponeSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 29 “Our beautiful mountains are my inspiration.” Vivian uses color, texture and ephemera in her mixed media fiber art. Along with her fiber art she will display jewelry, gourds, hand dyed scarves, and her original gift cards. This is an opportunity to visit one of our local historic ...

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Oakhurst Fall Festival At The Park

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Community Park will be filled with scores of booths offering everything from collectibles to local wine samplings and more at the 21st annual Oakhurst Fall Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12 and 13. The festival, formerly known as the Wine and Chocolate Festival, has grown to encompass so much more than those two favorites, although ...

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