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Easter Weekend At Bass Lake

BASS LAKE — Tracking the bunny this weekend? Stop by the Pines Village, where organizers plan an awesome Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, Mar. 31 from 12:30 to 3 p.m. It’s BYOB — that means, bring your own basket — one per child. The event is free to attend. Groups will be divided into youngsters age four and under, then ...

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Free Easter Egg Hunt At Oakhurst Community Park

OAKHURST — The Oakhurst Park Committee invites the community to its 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt, set for Saturday, Mar. 31 at Oakhurst Community Park. Admission is free for the event, starting at 9 a.m. and going until noon. This is a BYOB event — bring your own basket. And while you’re at it, BOLO the Golden Egg with special ...

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6th Annual Gilbert Marshall Memorial Team Branding

CLOVIS – The Gilbert Marshall Memorial Team Branding scholarship fundraiser is held to raise money for scholarships awarded to graduating high school seniors in the surrounding mountain area. Participants will want to register for the 6th Annual Gilbert Marshall Memorial Team Branding, which takes place this year on Saturday, Mar. 17, at Blasingame Ranch in Clovis. The first event starts ...

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Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis Bingo Night

OAKHURST — Gather your daubers as ye may and let the road rise to meet you — it’s time for Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis Bingo. Doors open at the Oakhurst Community Center on Saturday, Mar. 17. beginning at 5 p.m. Bingo starts at 6:30 p.m. $25 includes dinner and bingo cards, with delicious fare provided by the Kiwanis including lasagna, salad, ...

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Annie The Musical! At Golden Chain Theatre

OAKHURST — With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. The Golden Chain Theatre presents this classic tale of a child determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage, run by the cruel and embittered Miss ...

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Willkommen Zurück, 6th Annual German Fest

OAKHURST — Time to dust off your dirndl or lederhosen, as the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce invites the community to the 6th annual German Fest on Saturday, Mar. 10, at the Oakhurst Community Center from 6 – 10 p.m. Guests will be treated to an authentic German-style dinner, including bratwurst and curry sausage, pretzel station, berrocks, cabbage salad, sauerkraut, potato salad, ...

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Wildland Firefighter Auction Benefits Foundation

OAKHURST — Wildland firefighter Josh Willis loves puppies, pizza, naps, and hikes. How do we know? The Wildland Firefighter Foundation’s local auction page told us so. Originally from Long Beach, Josh is just starting his firefighting career here in the Sierra — and you can welcome him and other goodhearted guys and gals with a good strong bid, as the Wildland ...

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Killing Mr. Withers: GTC Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

OAKHURST — Instead of sitting around the house on a fine winter’s eve with your dog and significant other (or maybe your dog is your significant other, in which case, good choice) and wondering, “whodunnit?” when a foul smell wafts through the air — try this! Our own local jewel of a company, Golden Chain Theatre, presents a 1950s Hitchcock-style ...

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Gold Dust Dancers Offer Freebies For Newbies

OAKHURST — The Gold Dust Dancers Square and Line Dance Club will offer free sessions for new square dancers at the Oakhurst Community Center beginning Wednesday, Jan. 24, from 7 to 8:15 p.m., with caller Jan Pearson. Everyone is welcome, including couples, singles and families with children in the 4th grade and up. The class is open for three weeks ...

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Fresno Flats “First Friday” Lecture: Tony Krizan

OAKHURST — Fresno Flats Historical Park and Museum is kicking off the return of the free First Friday Lecture Series on, Feb. 2, with speaker Tony Krizan. Krizan will present his more-than-a-decade-long quest to find the sites of the five P-40 fighter aircraft that crashed on October 24, 1941. One of these planes crashed not far from Grey’s Mountain Campground ...

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