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Spanish Classical Guitar, Blues And Jazz At Music On The Green

Written by Andy Roberts – MARIPOSA — The free open-air concerts continue as Music on the Green hosts Nicholas Lefler on Friday, June 14. On Saturday, June 15 Steve Johnson and Those BobTones take the stage at the outdoor amphitheater. Creating the sound of a modern one-man band, Nicholas mixes live loops of guitar, bass and percussion. Never using prerecorded tracks, ...

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$3,000 In Cash Prizes For Celebrate Ag Arts Competition

MADERA COUNTY — The call to artists is out for an exhibit with deep roots, so now is the time to submit entries for the Celebrate Agriculture with the Arts Competition and Exhibition, taking place this fall from Sept. 12 through Oct. 25, at the Madera County Arts Council’s (MCAC) Circle Gallery. Created to promote understanding of agriculture while showcasing ...

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Yosemite Western Artists Tri-County Art Show

MADERA — The public is invited to the opening reception of the Yosemite Western Artists 47th Annual Tri-County Art Show on Thursday, May 9, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The exhibition opens on Tuesday, May 7 and runs through June 28 at Circle Gallery, located at 424 North Gateway Drive in Madera, at the Madera County Arts Council. Works in ...

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15th Annual Music In The Meadow Rocks Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD – Get ready to rock at the 15th annual Music in the Meadow, held on the grounds of the Coarsegold Museum, and organized as a benefit for the nonprofit by the Coarsegold Historic Society. From noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 1, The Executive Rockers will perform a mix of oldies, classic rock, 80s and country. Besides great ...

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Central Texas Swing Band At Bass Lake For Ameripalooza

BASS LAKE — The Pines Resort opens its doors on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27 for a celebration of music, food and libations along with festivities that are a good fit for the whole family, all day long — Ameripalooza starts at noon on the Gazebo Deck at Ducey’s on the Lake. At 1 p.m. the live entertainment kicks off  ...

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Topical And Thoughtful: ‘Public And Private’ Opens At Gallery 5

OAKHURST — Stop by Gallery 5 at Gallery Row this week to see a new exhibit that’s “topical and thoughtful, unabashed and unapologetic, drawing attention to issues that effect and concern us all, or offering a mirror that reflects our fears, dreams, and desires.” Public and Private features works by Seattle artist Deborah Faye Lawrence, and local artists Carla Rajnus, ...

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Last Weekend For Oliver! At The Golden Chain Theatre

OAKHURST — Another sensational production completes its successful run at the Golden Chain Theatre as our local troupe of talented thespians present Oliver! — the classic musical based on Charles Dickens’ novel, Oliver Twist. The old streets of London and its surrounds come to life as young Oliver, a malnourished orphan in a workhouse, becomes the neglected apprentice of an ...

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Get A Little Ragtime In At Free Fresno Flats Concert

OAKHURST — Nothing like a little ragtime to put you in the mood for something sweet! We’re in luck: the Fresno Flats Historical Society will host a rousing ragtime concert on Saturday, May 4 at 5 p.m. in the Cunningham School House at Fresno Flats Historical Park. Ragtime is a musical style that enjoyed its peak popularity between 1895 and ...

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Local Author Frank Ignagni Pens ‘Tesla’s Shadow’

COARSEGOLD — Some of you might remember me from an article I wrote some years back about my experiences writing my first novel, Riding the Apocalypse. However, I would surmise more of you now know me as the owner of a precocious German Shepherd named Rommel, who escaped our property and was saved by a great, not just good, Samaritan. ...

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