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Open Auditions For Arthur Miller’s Classic Play “All My Sons”

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Theatre Alliance will hold auditions for Arthur Miller’s American classic play, “All My Sons” at the Mariposa Park Amphitheatre on Friday, Mar. 1, from 5 – 9 p.m. and Saturday, Mar. 2, from 1 – 5 p.m. Audition materials will be provided at the time of the readings. Performance dates are May 24, 25, 26 in ...

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Birdscapes Exhibit Takes Wing At Stellar Gallery

OAKHURST — Bird lovers, art lovers, gallery lovers — may we have your attention, please? The community is invited to stop by Stellar Gallery for a special exhibit that runs through Mar. 15. It’s called Birdscapes and features the photographs of David Hoffman and G. Dan Mitchell and is the first new exhibit of the year at the popular local gallery ...

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Bohemian Rhapsody At The North Fork Library

NORTH FORK — Looking for a foot-stomping good time that’s free? Want to add on some bonus points for free child care? If so, you’re invited to attend Movie Night at the North Fork Library on Saturday, Feb.23 for a no-charge screening of the award-winning film Bohemian Rhapsody. There’s a lot of Oscar buzz about this movie that’s a celebration of Queen, ...

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Last Chance For Clue At Golden Chain

OAKHURST — Will it be the library, the lounge, the kitchen or the conservatory? Plum with a knife, Mustard with a rope, or Peacock with a revolver? Whom-or-whatever it turns out to be, theater-goers are virtually guaranteed to have the time of their lives figuring out the rules of death, as the Golden Chain Theatre presents an interactive whodunit, Clue. ...

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Free Sierra Foothill Classical Concerts

OAKHURST — Calling all lovers of classical music for two concerts by local musicians: one in Clovis and one right here in the foothills. Pick your pleasure. Presented by the Sierra Foothill Composers’ Co-operative, the concerts will each feature the music of Vivaldi, Quantz, Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Dvořák, and local composer Barbara Ulman. On Saturday, Jan. 26 presents a concert at ...

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Penny Otwell And Tim DeWitt Featured In Dual Exhibition

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa County Arts Council invites the public to the opening reception of Two from the Heart, a dual exhibition featuring individual and collaborative work from artists Penny Otwell and Tim DeWitt. The exhibit will take place on Thursday, Jan. 24, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Treetop Gallery in Mariposa. Alongside their gallery work, Otwell and ...

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Dowling Digs Into Roots Guitar At Coolwater

AHWAHNEE — Coolwater Ranch and the Redwoods kick off their 2019 concert series with guitarist extraordinaire Mike Dowling, on Friday, Jan. 18. Mike digs deep into the musical bag of American roots guitar, favoring the melodic Piedmont style of acoustic blues masters like Mississippi John Hurt and slide great Tampa Red. This artist can’t be pigeonholed as a blues player, ...

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A Christmas Carol, The Musical At Golden Chain

OAKHURST — The Golden Chain Theatre brings a Christmas classic to the mountain communities this holiday season with the magical musical experience, “A Christmas Carol,” opening the weekend following Thanksgiving and playing until Dec. 23rd. The show is an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ well-known 1843 novella of the same name, with music by the composer of Beauty and the Beast ...

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The Big Local List Of Christmas And Holiday Happenings

With so many special events and activities taking place over the next few weeks, we thought it would be helpful to compile a timely list of all the entertainment-related and community-oriented holiday happenings in the mountain area between now and December 25. If we missed anything, let us know and we’ll gladly add it to the Big Local List of ...

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Magical Birth Of The Mariposa Symphony Orchestra

MARIPOSA – On Thursday Dec. 19, 2002, an early-season snowstorm knocked out power to many areas of Mariposa County just two days before a very special event. Temperatures dropped, dark skies glowered and roads became icy. Though the town of Mariposa kept its lights on, it was touch-and-go for two days – could a musical infant still be born? Would ...

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