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Mariposa Symphony Orchestra Receives Major Grant

MARIPOSA –  The Mariposa County Arts Council Inc. (MCACI) has been announced as the recipient of a $33,341 California Arts Council (CAC) grant. The “Creative California Communities” grant was awarded to the Mariposa Symphony Orchestra (MSO), a program of MCACI. The orchestra’s “American Anniversaries” project won the award, helping enable the MSO to present live concerts in Yosemite National Park’s ...

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Mountain Men & Horse’s Mac At Mariposa Art Park

Written by Ronnie Sweeting – Producer/Mariposa Evenings MARIPOSA – Cousin Jack’s Mariposa Evenings – the summer concert series brought to you by the Mariposa County Arts Council and it’s many fine sponsors – enters the halfway point of the 2015 season, presenting The Mountain Men on Friday, July 24, and The Horse’s Mac on Saturday, July 25, at the Mariposa ...

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Youth Boardgaming League At North Fork Library

Written by Crystal Pike NORTH FORK – Kids ages 6 to 18 are invited to the Youth Boardgaming League at the North Fork Library, every Tuesday from 3 to 5 p.m. This unique program was designed by the Youth Boardgaming League to offer fun and educational ways to learn critical thinking and communication skills in a safe and fun environment. ...

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World Class Jazz At Mariposa Art Park

MARIPOSA – Cousin Jack’s Mariposa Evenings – brought to you by the Mariposa County Arts Council and it’s many fine sponsors – continues this year’s free summer concert series at the Mariposa County Art Park with performances by The Blue Skies Trio, featuring Jacquie McCourt, on Friday, July 17, and The Well on Saturday, July 18. The seasoned musicians who ...

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Tony Krizan’s Sierra Nevada Mountains Series

OAKHURST – Tony Krizan, local adventurer, author & photographer shares his 30 plus years of hiking experiences and photos with this exciting series. His July slide show presentation will feature, “Sierra High Route” from South Lake outside of Bishop to Roads End in Kings Canyon. This wilderness adventure will dazzle you with over 10 days of remote high elevation mountain ...

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Youth Boardgaming League At Oakhurst Library

Written by Monica McClanahan OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Library will be hosting a month-long Youth BoardGaming League every Monday starting July 20, from 10:30am to 12:30pm. The league is open to all young people in 5th through 12th grade. Imagine the thrill of sitting at the table with your opponents, carefully evaluating all your options, creating a successful plan of ...

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North Fork Classic Car Show & Street Party

NORTH FORK – Hot August Night Classic Car Show and Street Party will be making downtown North Fork the place to be on Saturday, Aug. 8th from 5 to 8 p.m. Classic cars will line the street and make use of the parking areas from the Pizza Factory to The Studio at the other end of town with local clubs, ...

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Mountain Meadows Wildflower Tour On Scenic Byway

NORTH FORK – Don’t miss this opportunity to spend a day on the beautiful Sierra Vista Scenic Byway and learn from an expert on the “Wildflowers of Mountain Meadows” tour. On Saturday, July 11, Sierra National Forest Botanist Joanna Clines, will lead a driving tour along the Byway starting at 9 a.m. and returning to North Fork by 3 or ...

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Moon In Leo And The Wise Guys At Mariposa Art Park

Written by Ronnie Sweeting – Producer/Mariposa Evenings MARIPOSA – Cousin Jack’s Mariposa Evenings – brought to you by The Mariposa County Arts Council and its many fine sponsors – presents, live in concert, John Cardenas & the Wise Guys on Friday, July 10, and Moon in Leo on Saturday, July 11. The Wise Guys, with vocalist John Cardenas, pay homage ...

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Loggers Jamboree Heats Up North Fork This Weekend

NORTH FORK – The 56th Annual Mid-Sierra Loggers Jamboree brings hot competition to the North Fork Rec Center this Saturday and Sunday, July 4 & 5. Gates open at 8 a.m. on Saturday, with the Pro-Am competition starting at 10 a.m., followed by the Junior Ax Throw, the Jason Taylor Ax Throw and then the Horseshoe Tournament at noon. The ...

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