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Don’t Miss CoyoteFest – A Howl of a Great Time

Written by Dale Silverman – COULTERVILLE — Never been to Coulterville, the Gold Rush town too tough to die? Make plans now to be there on Saturday, Sept. 23, when this year’s CoyoteFest turns Coulterville back into a Boom Town for the day! Featuring the 32nd annual Coyote Howl, a car show, pony rides, the Coyote Hill Band, an array of ...

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Live Music, Good Food, Good People & Great Art

OAKHURST — “Wildfires in our area are largely under control, evacuations have been lifted, and the air is clear. We have had a bit of rain, evenings are cool, and signs of autumn are all around us,” says Sierra Art Trails’ Jon Bock. “I believe a celebrations is in order! Join us for an evening of live music, good food, good ...

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Get Tickets Now For Bonanza Night At Bandit Town

Written by Jean Russell – NORTH FORK — Grab your cowboy hat and come on down to Bandit Town on Saturday, Sept. 23, for an evening of fun and games that benefits our local school programs. Bonanza Night will be held in our favorite saloon so bust through those swinging doors dressed-up in western attire for a chance to win ...

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21st Annual Mountain Heritage Day And Parade

OAKHURST – It’s that time of year when Oakhurst celebrates its Annual Mountain Heritage Day at Fresno Flats Historical Park and Museum. This is the 21st annual celebration of the event, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 16, with the theme – “Saving the Past for the Future.” The museum and park will come alive with many activities to celebrate the heritage ...

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Here Comes Mountain Heritage Day And Parade

OAKHURST — Mountain Heritage Day and Parade at Fresno Flats Historical Park and Museum are right around the corner, with the Parade stepping off at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16 and a full day’s array of old-fashioned fun, food and entertainment, 1800s-style. The folks at Fresno Flats want parade watchers to visit Fresno Flats Historical Park, once the parade ...

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Shonna Alexander Paints Mural At Heritage Day

OAKHURST — Fresno Flats Historical Park is thrilled to announce that artist Shonna Alexander will be working on a new exhibit in the Nathan Sweet Museum: painting a mural during the Mountain Heritage Day celebration on Saturday, Sept. 16. “Hili hili, hoyowush nim Shik’il. walpe michƏksƏƏsƏƏ? My name is Shonna Alexander, I am twenty-four years old and Chukchansi and Miwok.” ...

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11th Annual Mariposa Farm And Ranch Tour

MARIPOSA — The Mariposa Agri Nature Association (MANA) will once again host the annual Mariposa Farm and Ranch Tour, slated for Saturday, Sept. 30. MANA is a nonprofit organization founded to promote conservation, understanding, stewardship, and enjoyment of Mariposa County’s agricultural bounty, natural resources, and scenic landscape. The Farm and Ranch Tour is one way MANA educates the public about Mariposa’s ...

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Kiwanis 15th Annual Run For The Gold Car Show

OAKHURST – Get ready to rev your engines as members of the Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis Club welcome one and all to the 15th annual Run for the Gold classic car show preview at the Oakhurst Community Center this Friday night, Sept. 8, followed by the main event car show on Saturday, Sept. 9 at Oakhurst Community Park. The cost for ...

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80th Annual Madera District Fair

MADERA — For all you fun-lovers, the Madera District Fair opens Thursday, Sept. 7 for a four-day run, celebrating its 80th year with the theme, “Your Fair since 1937.” General admission is $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and children 6 to 12 years. Children under 5 are free. New this year are free concerts with paid fair admission. ...

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Motorcycle Club Hosts Fundraiser for Mariposa Firefighters

COARSEGOLD — The Sierra Shadow Casters (SSC) Motorcycle Club will be hosting its annual Sierra Moonshine Poker Run fundraiser for the Mariposa County Volunteer Fire Departments on Saturday, Sept. 9, at the Mariposa Fairgrounds Amigo Stage area at 1 p.m. The public is invited to come out and enjoy the BBQ lunch served by volunteer firefighters, and live music from ...

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