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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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Across The Bridge: KRYZ Radio And Sierra News Online

MOUNTAIN AREA — Want to listen to your news for a minute, instead of reading it? For the past year, Sierra News Online has been working in collaboration with KRYZ Community Radio in Mariposa, to provide a regular broadcast of local news and information important to the communities of the Central Sierra. The show is called Across the Bridge, and ...

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Everybody Needs A Good Lover’s Masquerade Ball

OAKHURST — We caught up with a couple of the organizers behind this weekend’s big event, the Lover’s Masquerade Ball to benefit the Oakhurst Boys & Girls Club (BGC). Busy prepping for the big night, we spoke with Maria the Russian and Susan Macauley, standing in for son Bob. Bob Macauley is the President of the BGC and Maria is ...

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Award-Winning Play Benefits Mountain Crisis Services

MIDPINES — Mountain Crisis Services invites the community to a night featuring the award-winning play by Eve Ensler, The Vagina Monologues. The play delves into consensual and nonconsensual sexual experiences, body image, genital mutilation, reproduction, sex work, and other topics through the eyes of women of various ages, races, and sexualities. (Wiki). The show takes place at the Yosemite Bug Rustic ...

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Wine & Chocolate Weekend On Madera Wine Trail

MADERA COUNTY — Visit Yosemite Madera County suggests we all do something unique for Valentine’s Day, and they’ve got just the thing. On Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 10 – 11, the Madera Wine Trail will host its 16th annual Wine & Chocolate Weekend. Visitors can travel to eight Madera wineries and taste a wide variety of award-winning wines, sample gourmet ...

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Beppe Gambetta Returns To Coolwater Ranch

AHWAHNEE — Acoustic guitar master Beppe Gambetta returns to Coolwater Ranch for a concert on Saturday, Feb. 3, as the local venue continues its tradition of hosting top-flight musicians in an inviting and exciting atmosphere. Presented by Robin Ralston of Coolwater and The Redwoods, the show starts at 7 p.m. “In a world dominated by trends and logic of the ...

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Mono Storytelling At North Fork Rancheria Community Center

NORTH FORK — The Sierra Mono Museum invites the community to a very special winter event, as elders Gaylen Lee, Leona Chepo and other special guests gather for Mono storytelling. The event is on Saturday, Feb 3, from 1 – 3 p.m. The cost is $5 per person and the public is welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be provided. Come ...

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“Little Fires Everywhere” For Branches’ Book Club

OAKHURST — Join in with friends, neighbors and other bibliophiles as Branches Books & Gifts launches Branches Book Club beginning on Wednesday, Feb. 28th at 2 p.m. The book for discussion is Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng. Open to the public and focusing mainly on current bestselling fiction and occasionally nonfiction selections, the club will be led by Cindy ...

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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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Shake It Up Shakespeare At Yosemite High

OAKHURST — Get ready for Shake It Up Shakespeare, the newest production out of the Yosemite High School Theater Arts Department, designed for your entertainment and playing two nights only at a theater near you. Tickets are $3 for all ages, and the show starts at 7 p.m., for Shake It Up Shakespeare, as it opens on Thursday, Jan. 25 ...

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