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Cajun-Creole Fest Saturday

OAKHURST – Community members looking for a bit of the bayou may want to attend the 19th Annual Oakhurst Sierra Sunrise Rotary Cajun-Creole Fest, this Saturday, Mar. 29. The down-to-earth exciment begins at 6 p.m. and it all takes place, not in Louisiana, but at the Oakhurst Community Center. Guests can look forward to “All-U-Can-Eat Shrimp, Ribs, Dirty Rice, Maque ...

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Brownies To Read For Kindergartners

OAKHURST – The girls from local Brownie Troop 3041 invite area kindergarten-age kids to join them for two fun afternoon story times, each with a light snack and activity included. The free story time events take place at Branches Books, from 3 – 4 p.m., on consecutive Mondays: Mar. 31 and Apr. 7. The Brownies in Troop 3041 are offering ...

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Celebrity Bartending Benefits Basketball

OAKHURST – With schools in need of community support, parents have gotten creative with money-raising. That’s the story behind a Celebrity Bartender’s Fundraiser dubbed “Shoot Like a Girl,” starting at 6 p.m. this Saturday, Mar. 29. This particular madness takes place at Roman’s Bar upstairs at Crab Cakes Family Seafood Restaurant. The event features two basketball moms and one actual ...

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Minarets Team Plans Bingo For A Cure For Carma

O’NEALS – Three senior students from Minarets High School are hosting a special event on Saturday, Mar. 29, from 12 – 3 p.m. It’s Bingo for a Cure, and proceeds will go toward the Relay for Life team the girls have created to honor a local three-year-old living with a brain stem tumor. Admission to Bingo for a Cure is ...

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Coarsegold Cougar Classic Golf At Sierra Meadows

AHWAHNEE – The PTA and kids of Coarsegold Elementary School invite duffers and others in the community to participate in the 5th Annual Cougar Classic Benefit Golf Tournament and dinner, on Saturday, Mar. 29, at Sierra Meadows Country Club. The tournament begins with a bang: “shotgun” start at 10 a.m. The entry fee is $75 per player with dinner included.

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Aqua Massage At Upstairs Downtown Salon

OAKHURST – If you haven’t tried the Aqua Massage, aka “non-invasive water massage,” now located in a private room at Upstairs Downtown Salon, someone’s got a treat coming. Lying face down as soothing warm water pulses back and forth across tired muscles, time slips away, taking you from stressed-out to blissed-out in minutes, and you never get wet, never even ...

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Celebration Of Life For Clancy Shea

The Shea/Schweikert family would like to show their appreciation to the community and invite you to join them on Saturday, Mar. 15 at 2 p.m. at Mountain Christian Center to celebrate Clancy Shea’s life. Clancy Aiden Shea was born Feb. 26, 2003 and passed with his loving family by his side on Monday, Feb. 24, just two days before his ...

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Spring Valley School Hosts Tinker Fair

O’NEALS – “Come Tinker With Us,” reads the invitation to the community from Spring Valley School, where all are invited to join in a family-friendly showcase of invention, resourcefulness and creativity. The 1st annual Tinker Fair takes place on campus from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday, Mar. 22. The idea behind the experience is that students will show ...

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Produce Place Bags It April 11

OAKHURST – When one door closes, goes the saying, another opens. Now, area business owners Kandie and John Stier, together with son Blake Elsman and the whole family, are excited to see what life has in store for them as they plan to close the double glass doors of the Produce Place for one last time. Kandie announced the final ...

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