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Valentine’s Week Event Offerings

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OAKHURST — Could our local venues have squeezed anything more into Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday? If you’ve a mind to celebrate Valentine’s Day (or weekend), you have plenty of places to be able to do that in style. Make your plans now because most of these places will require reservations in place before the event. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Narrow ...

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FAM Reopening With Three Exciting New Exhibitions

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FAM is reopening this Saturday and Sunday with three exciting new exhibitions! Come visit them starting Feb. 5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. FAM will be open Thursdays & Fridays starting Feb. 10, 2022, from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Members are always free! Join Now! Click here for more visitor information. ...

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Sip, Stay, Savor, & Play

OAKHURST — Since the Queen’s Inn and Idle Hour Winery’s opening 15 years ago, the hotel and  winery have become a community staple and “the place to be” for a wealth of amenities, most  notably, wines, lodging, cuisine, live music and events, not to mention the beautiful 5-acre riverfront property the businesses share for guests to enjoy.   Partners Deb Payne and ...

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The Week’s Events: Jan. 31 to Feb. 6

OAKHURST–Where has the time gone? A twelfth of the year is just about over. It’s almost Christmas again. All kidding aside, time flies, but there’s plenty to keep everyone energized and involved. With the beautiful weather we’ve been enjoying, there’s no reason not to get out and about. Go take a photography class in Yosemite, explore the many opportunities for ...

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Get the Latest News From the Fresno Art Museum!

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Members Only Event! Don’t miss Chester Arnold’s Artist Studio Tour LIVE via Zoom from his Sonoma County studio! Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022 at 12 noon! Learn more about the artist by clicking here. The retrospective exhibition entitled Reports to the Contrary: A Persistent Vision – Paintings 1971-2021 by Chester Arnold at the Fresno Art Museum opens on Feb. 5 and runs ...

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The Week’s Events: January 24 – 30

OAKHURST — Now’s your chance to shape up all those New Year’s resolutions that may have already fallen by the wayside. There’s lots happening in the way of yoga and mindfulness, as well as a walk in the big park up the road a piece to learn how to take awesome photographs like the one used as our feature this ...

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The Week’s Events – Jan. 17 – Jan. 23

OAKHURST–It’s going to be an awesome week. Temperatures in the 50’s and 60’s, mostly clear skies, a free-admission day to Yosemite National Park as well as a whole host of activities to feed mind, body and spirit. Enjoy the week. Be sure to check on events listed to make sure they will take place. A number of events are being ...

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Age Is Just A Number: Happy 90th Birthday, Norma Rogers!

OAKHURST — To artist/sculptor Norma Rogers, turning 90 doesn’t mean she plans to slow down any time soon. In fact, she may just be hitting her stride. Norma is the apex of what so-called “seniors” can achieve when they have the drive. After all, at 68, she entered California State University Fresno’s art program at 68 and earned a master’s ...

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The Week’s Events – Jan. 11 to Jan. 16 +1

OAKHURST–Included in this week’s events writeups are events taking place in Yosemite National Park. For us locals, this is arguably the best time of the year to visit our neighbor to the north–fewer crowds, spectacular vistas and the majesty of the valley ringed by snowcapped mountains. Who knows? You might even get to see some frazil ice if the conditions ...

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The Week’s Events – January 3 to January 9 **EDITED**

OAKHURST–**EVENTS ADDED**-–It looks like many are hibernating right now; not a lot happening in the world of events and entertainment. That’s okay. We all probably need a bit of downtime after the stresses of the holidays. What there is this week is of the best kind . . . yoga, mindfulness, art, music, children’s activities. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4 Meditation & ...

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