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Jaws On The Lake For Miller’s Movie Night

BASS LAKE — Miller’s Landing Resort invites everyone to the Summer Outdoor Movie Series, as it continues on Friday, Aug. 10 with the 1975 classic, Jaws, directed by Steven Spielberg. A giant great white shark arrives on the shores of a New England beach resort and wreaks havoc with bloody attacks on swimmers, until a local sheriff teams up with a ...

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The Trespassers And Bodie 601 On Stage At Mariposa Art Park

MARIPOSA – The free summer concert series Music on the Green rolls on into the last three weekends of the 2018 season presenting the return of Bodie 601 on Friday, Aug. 10. Then on Saturday Aug. 11, hometown favorites The Trespassers take the Mariposa County Art Park stage. Back by popular demand, Bodie 601 takes their name from the ghost ...

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Join In Song And Dance: Indian Fair Days & Pow Wow

NORTH FORK – The nonprofit Sierra Mono Museum invites one and all to share in a celebration of heritage and culture at the 48th Annual Indian Fair Days & Pow Wow, held again this year at Minarets High School, on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 4 – 5. The event is said to be the longest-running pow wow in the state ...

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Jazz And Roots-Blues Americana At Music On The Green

MARIPOSA – The next weekend of the free Summer Concert Series, Music on the Green – brought to you by The Mariposa Co. Arts Council and its many fine sponsors – at The Art Park in historic downtown Mariposa, features the jazz stylings of The Blue Skies Trio with special guest vocalist Amy Duke, on Friday, Aug. 3. On Saturday, ...

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Soul Galaxy And Green Machine In Mariposa

MARIPOSA — The halfway point of the free Summer Concert Series, Music on the Green — brought to you by The Mariposa Co. Arts Council and its many fine sponsors — at The Art Park in historic downtown Mariposa, features two perennial staples of the series: the powerful electric Blues of Soul Galaxy on Friday, July 27, and the Reggae/Jam ...

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Give A Little Bit For Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson

COARSEGOLD — Chukchansi’s 2018 Sounds of Summer concert series brings Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson to the outdoor pavilion stage on Friday, July 27. “Roger Hodgson has been recognized as one of the most gifted composers, songwriters and lyricists of our time,” reads the promo. “As the legendary voice and composer of many of the band’s greatest hits, he gave us Give a ...

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Teens Take The Stage At Golden Chain Theatre

OAKHURST — The Golden Chain Theatre’s teen summer workshop students will take the stage for three nights, in a rousing performance of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jr. The performing arts workshop for students in grades 7 – 12 began on June 25, and the talented young thespians have worked tirelessly since then to mount the performance set for this weekend. “These ...

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Santa Cruz Bands Debut At Music On The Green

MARIPOSA – The next weekend of the free Summer Concert Series at The Art Park in historic downtown Mariposa features the debut of two young, up-and-coming Indie/Alt-Rock bands from Santa Cruz – Urban Theory on Friday, July 20, and Watch Me Breathe on Saturday, July 21. Formed in 2011, Indie-Rock group Urban Theory’s members have known each other since elementary ...

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Meltwater Bridge And Saltwater Take The Stage At The Art Park

MARIPOSA – The next weekend of the free Summer Concert Series, Music on the Green at The Art Park in historic downtown Mariposa, features Meltwater Bridge on Friday, July 13, and Saltwater on Saturday, July 14. Meltwater Bridge provides distinct rhythm and color to songwriter/leader, Gail Dreifus’s original neo-folk songs. Dreifus is a lifelong singer, songwriter and guitarist formerly based ...

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Veterans Car And Bike Show At Coarsegold Village

COARSEGOLD — Historic Coarsegold Village is the site of the Veterans Classic Car & Bike Show this weekend, sponsored by Caring Veterans of America. The event takes place on Saturday, July 14, from 3 – 6 p.m. There’s a $20 entry fee for vehicles and motorcycles, and the public is welcome to visit for free. Also on tap for the ...

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