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Backgammon Tournament in North Fork

NORTH FORK – If you love backgammon or want to learn to play, you are in luck. North Fork is having a backgammon tournament through Slim’s Koffee Shak. Backgammon is considered one of the world’s oldest board games, perhaps 5,000 years! Wikipedia

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Flying Fingers And Lots Of Laughs At Coolwater Ranch

The “Guitarist of the Decade,” Adrian Legg, entertained a packed house at Coolwater Ranch Saturday evening. What motivates Robin Ralston to obtain such incredible world class musicians to come to the Ahwahnee area and afford us a close and personal experience with them? Flying fingers on his guitar and such a unique style of tickling out key changes created music ...

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St. Paddy's Day Mixer At North Fork Pizza Factory

NORTH FORK – There’ll be green salad, green pizza and green beer at the St. Patrick’s Day Mixer at the North Fork Pizza Factory, sponsored by the North Fork Chamber of Commerce. Music will be provided by Sierra DJ, and the North Fork Dance Club will do a bit of Irish Step Dancing, under the direction of owner Christina DeGarcia.

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Met Cinemas To Reopen On Friday

OAKHURST – After a monumental effort by the community and the three new owners, the Met Cinema will reopen on Friday, Mar. 1. “We have succeeded in locking in five movies, and we will be opening,” says Matt Sconce who led the charge to save the Met with friends James Nelson and Keith Walker.

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Madera County Arts Council Celebrates 30 Years

MADERA COUNTY – The Madera Arts Council will commemorate 30 years of promoting art and artists in Madera County with a community celebration Mar. 23. at the Hatfield Hall, Madera District Fair Grounds, from 6 to 9 p.m. The evening is set to be a fun celebration of all that the Council and the county’s artists have accomplished over the ...

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Save The Past For The Future At Fresno Flats

OAKHURST – In the constant effort to maintain, operate and improve Fresno Flats Historic Village and Park and its Historical Research Library, Sierra Historic Sites Association relies largely on memberships and donations. Everyone is cordially invited to join Sierra Historic Sites Association (SHSA) to help support Fresno Flats Historic Village and Park this New Year by becoming a member.

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4-Course German Fest Served Up By Oakhurst Chamber

OAKHURST – Reports out of Europe last fall say that traditional German garb like lederhosen for men and dirndl dresses for women are making a fast fashion comeback. That’s good news for the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce, who recently announced they’re planning the first annual celebration of German Fest for Saturday, Mar. 2 at 6 p.m., at the Oakhurst ...

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Register Now For Bass Lake Classic Triathlon

BASS LAKE – Preparations are under way for the third annual Bass Lake Classic Triathlon, set for Saturday, June 1, and registrations are now being accepted. Bass Lake, located in the Sierra National Forest about 20 minutes south of Yosemite National Park, has a long history in the sport of triathlon.

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