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Join The Relay For Life – Meeting Tonight

OAKHURST – The Relay for Life will hold a meeting for team captains and anyone interested in joining the effort on Monday, Mar. 11 at the Oakhurst Medical Group on Junction Drive. The meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. and last about an hour. Anyone interested in starting a team or getting more information about Relay is encouraged to attend.

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Children's Museum Hosts Easter Egg Hunt And BBQ

OAKHURST – The Children’s Museum of the Sierra will be helping families welcome the traditional spring time holiday with an Easter Egg Hunt and BBQ on Saturday, Mar. 30 at the Oakhurst Community Park. “We heard that there wasn’t going to be a hunt this year and heard from some parents that they were disappointed,” said Steve Montalto, director of ...

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Grand Opening Celebration At The Met

OAKHURST – Friday is the big grand opening at the Met Cinemas, and everyone is invited to come out to walk the red carpet and have their picture taken. The theater reopened with much fanfare and excitement last Friday, and this is the celebration of everything that went into the reinvention and revitalization of an important part of the mountain ...

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Elegant Auction Benefits Oakhurst Community Park

FISH CAMP – The Oakhurst Community Park Committee invites everyone to attend the 28th Annual Elegant Auction “Lucky 13” to benefit the Park, on Saturday, Mar. 23. Committee Chair Susan Macaulay explains how the yearly fundraiser provides for equipment, maintenance, and upgrades to the Park, a “vital part of our community for all ages to enjoy, a place for families ...

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YHS Advanced Theater Department Presents "The Giver"

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School Advanced Theater is set to present a play based on the novel “The Giver,” by Lois Lowry. “The Giver” is directed by YHS student Emma Madsen as her Senior Project. The YHS drama department will present the play on three nights, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Mar. 7-9. All shows start at 7 p.m. Wikipedia describes ...

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Glitches Fixed – Crowds Lining Up At The Met

OAKHURST – Everything is back on track at the Met Cinemas, says new owner Matt Sconce. After a glitch with the ticket machine that shut everything down on Friday, the team got back up and running late yesterday. “We did it! We fixed our ticket machine,” says Sconce. “Movies are up and rolling at the Met Cinemas with large excited ...

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Master Guitarist Performs At Coolwater, Offers Classes

AHWAHNEE – If you missed the last house concert at the Coolwater Ranch, you have another opportunity on Mar. 23. Michael Chapdelaine will be the next performer in a spectacular lineup this season at the ranch. Owner Robin Ralston has made it her mission to provide top-flight musicians for the mountain area community, and this next concert certainly lives up ...

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Weekend Schedule For The Met Cinemas

OAKHURST – The Met Cinemas reopens today, after being closed for four months. The new owners have been working hard to bring local residents the best of the movies they have missed during the past few months. At last, the line-up of movies and show times has been announced! Met Cinema – MOVIE TIMES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY —

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Free Services For Veterans At Mariposa Stand Down

MARIPOSA – All veterans are invited to a Veterans’ Stand Down on Saturday, Mar. 9, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., outdoors at the Mariposa County Fairgrounds. The Mariposa Veterans’ Stand-Down encourages all area vets to visit for an array of free services and amenities, throughout an upbeat day complete with food, refreshments and music.

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New Movies Light Up The Screens At The Met

Pick up your membership cards early! OAKHURST – “Lincoln,” “Wreck It Ralph” and “Les Miserables” – that’s just part of the line-up in store for movie goers on opening night as the Met Cinemas reopen on Friday, Mar 1. “We want to let people catch up on movies they may have missed,” says new owner Matt Sconce. “It’s exciting, especially ...

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