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Singers Sought For Christmas Concert

Submitted by Monika Moulin OAKHURST – Calling all singers! Lovers of Christmas music and choral singing are invited to join in the annual community Christmas choral concert, one of the most-anticipated and beloved holiday events in the Mountain Area.

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Oakhill Cemetery More Than Doubles In Size

OAKHURST – The Madera Cemetery District Trustees are pleased to announce the purchase of 11 acres adjacent to the Oakhill Cemetery in Oakhurst. “We are very excited about this purchase,” says District Manager Belva Bare. “We will begin our master plan for this additional property soon.”

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A Stroll In The Park? Not.

Written by Guest Columnist Ed Hart Friday—it’s sunny, 85 degrees, with clear skies, and my dear sweet Ann was reading the local e-news paper and sees a story about how this group is going up to some high Sierra lakes, to pick up trash and do good and all that warm, fuzzy feel good stuff, so she says, “It’s not ...

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Library Authors Day A Literal Success

OAKHURST – The Community Room was packed with people and papers, as scribes and others brought their books and expertise to the Author’s Day event at the Oakhurst Library on Saturday, Sept. 27. Friends of the Branch Library (FOBL) helped prepare the room and Librarian Dale Rushing greeted people as they arrived.

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Harp Concert At Hope Lutheran Church

OAKHURST – Duo Pangelica will present a concert of music for two harps on Sunday, Oct. 19, at 1 p.m. in the sanctuary of Hope Lutheran Church in Oakhurst. Pangelica features the talents of Ellie Choate of Coarsegold and Long Beach, and Jacquelyn Venter of Folsom. They also appear regularly as founding members of The American Harp Quartet. Their Sunday ...

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Heritage Days Parade In Pictures

OAKHURST – The 18th annual Mountain Heritage Days parade stepped off at 10 a.m. last Saturday, making its way down School Road to Road 426 past the cheering crowds who lined the route. Vintage cars, marching bands, dance troops, floats and equestrians were all part of this year’s festivities.

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Oakhurst Fall Festival Seeks Volunteers

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Fall Festival is almost here, and organizers are looking for volunteers to assist in some of the more enticing booths. The gig comes with perks! The Festival is the second weekend in October, the 11th and 12th, and volunteers are needed to play host in these booths:

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Mountain Lakes Cleanup Event Saturday

SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST – You are invited to celebrate National Public Lands Day in your own backyard by participating in the Bare Island and Iron Lakes clean-up on Saturday, Sept. 27, at 8 a.m. “They are the most beautiful lakes you’ve never heard of, says organizer Deanna Wulff. “Hike up to Bare Island Lake and Iron Lakes from Grizzly Pass. ...

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Library Hosts Central Valley Authors Faire

OAKHURST – Attention, book lovers! If you are an author, aspire to be an author, or you just love to read, you’ll be happy to know the Oakhurst Branch Library is hosting an Author’s Faire this Saturday, Sept. 27. The Author’s Fair is offered in the Community Room and runs from 20:30 a.m. to noon. Writers, publishers, editors, illustrators and ...

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