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Tony McManus Takes The Stage At Coolwater Ranch

AHWAHNEE — Master guitarist Tommy Emmanuel says of Tony McManus, “The music is beyond beautiful, it’s perfect.” On Saturday, Jan. 16, you will have the chance to experience it for yourself as Robin Ralston and the Coolwater Ranch present an evening with Tony McManus. “Through Tony’s hands, the emotions of Celtic music are transferred to the guitar and the listener ...

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Fireworks Back At The Lake For New Year’s Eve

BASS LAKE — From magic shows to top-notch cuisine to a party in the wild west followed by fireworks, Bass Lake has you covered on New Year’s Eve. In just a little over a week the sky will be illuminated by a spectacular fireworks show thanks to generous donations made by the owners of the Pines Resort, Bass Lake Chamber ...

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NORAD: Tracking Santa For Sixty Years (And You Can, Too)

COLORADO — He sees you when you’re sleeping, and knows when you’re awake, but does Santa know that he’s been the subject of particularly watchful eyes for six decades? The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) out of Peterson Air Force Base is celebrating the 60th Anniversary of tracking Santa’s yuletide journey! The NORAD Tracks Santa website features Santa’s North ...

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Feels Like The First Time

Do you remember the first time you saw Star Wars? Were you fortunate enough to see it in the theater? If you have never seen Star Wars, think back to your first kiss, first dance, or your first car. Yes, it was that good. Leaving the theater that fall afternoon, I had a grin on my face I could not ...

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Oakhurst Outpouring Free Christmas Feast

OAKHURST – The community is invited to a free Christmas dinner on Wednesday, Dec. 23 from 3 – 8 p.m. at the Oakhurst Community Center. Organizers promise food, fun, and fellowship, and are currently looking for volunteers to help provide food teams and entertainment. This will be the seventh year for Oakhurst Outpouring, a free community feast open to everyone. ...

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Dashing Through The Snow With MSO

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming Festive Holiday Concert features no fewer than four musical sleigh rides. And considering both the weather forecasts and season to date, a sleigh may be a suitable way to negotiate the Yosemite region, suggests MSO Founder/Conductor Les Marsden. The MSO’s popular annual concert event will be held in Mariposa County High School’s Fiester ...

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Local Choirs Join In The Songs Of Christmas

Submitted by Monika Moulin OAKHURST – For the sixth consecutive year, upwards of 50 singers from local area church choirs will come together for a beautiful Christmas program, including choristers from New Community United Methodist Church, Oakhurst Lutheran Church, Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church, and others. Two performances on will be held on Sunday, Dec. 13, at Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church ...

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Dickens’ Christmas Carol Musical Re-Envisioned

OAKHURST – Seats have been filled and some shows have been sold out at Sierra Pines Church for our local production of the Charles Dickens 1843 classic, now re-envisioned as A Christmas Carol — A New Musical, and just a couple of shows remain. With book and lyrics by Keith Ferguson and Music by Bruce Greer, the same duo who ...

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Artists Invited To Submit Work For Young Masters Exhibition

MARIPOSA — The Mariposa County Arts Council is proud to present the annual Young Master’s Youth Exhibition this coming February at the Treetop Gallery. This special juried exhibition provides the youth of Mariposa with the opportunity to express their ideas, narratives, and inspirations with their community through their own pieces of original visual artwork and offers the community a chance ...

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Very Busy Saturday Planned For Santa

OAKHURST – It’s going to be difficult to contain the excitement on Saturday, Dec. 5, as kids and their grown-ups are invited to attend Breakfast with Santa at the Community Center, followed by Secret Santa Shopping at the Children’s Museum of the Sierra, and wrapping up the day with the Oakhurst Community Christmas Tree Lighting and ensuing festivities. Kiwanis-sponsored Breakfast ...

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