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Timberline Gallery Hosts Yosemite Grant Event

OAKHURST – Gallery Row and the Galleries are hosting a series of special events all throughout the year in celebration of the The Yosemite Grant of 1864. beginning this Saturday. The series begins this Saturday, Jan. 11, at 2 p.m. as De Karlen presents an informative talk about The Yosemite Grant at the Timberline Gallery and Gallery Yosemite in Oakhurst. ...

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Coolwater Ranch Presents Paul Asbell

AHWAHNEE – Another afternoon of first class music is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 19, at 4 p.m. as the Coolwater Ranch presents Paul Asbell in their first concert in the 2014 series. From his early years, playing blues on Chicago’s South Side, to his present multi-faceted career based out of northern Vermont, Paul has earned an underground reputation as a ...

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Founding Member Honored At MSO Concert

MARIPOSA – The Festive Holiday Concert of the Mariposa Symphony Orchestra (MSO) on Saturday, Dec. 21, will honor the memory of Dr. Phillip Smith, founding MSO Principal Tuba player and longtime arranger, composer and dedicated member of the orchestra. The concert will open with Smith’s own composition Elegy and Prayer, which was originally composed to commemorate the anniversary of the ...

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North Fork Winter Shindig Friday Night

NORTH FORK – Downtown North Fork will be alive with music and fun during the Winter Shindig on Friday, Dec. 13. The Dance Club and Slim’s Koffee Shak will host an evening of karaoke, food and games starting at 6 p.m., and everyone is invited to come out for a wonderful family friendly evening. Along with an open mic and ...

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Mariposa Symphony Orchestra Holiday Concert

MARIPOSA – Visiting holiday guests may not know that Mariposa is believed to be the smallest town in America with its own symphony orchestra. With this year’s Mariposa Symphony Orchestra (MSO) Festive Holiday Concert held just before Christmas, locals have a great opportunity to show friends and family what we’ve got. The one-night-only concert will be on Saturday, Dec. 21, ...

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Holiday Concert & Christmas Bazaar This Saturday

NORTH FORK – It’s Christmas in North Fork this Saturday, Dec. 7, as the annual Christmas Bazaar returns to Town Hall, and the 14th annual “Songs of the Season” holiday concert welcomes three area choirs to this much-anticipated event. Beginning at 9 a.m., the Women’s Club will kick off their holiday bazaar with a homemade breakfast, including breakfast burritos and ...

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Golden Chain's Ho-Ho-Holiday Melodrama

OAKHURST – “Rollin’ In Dough in Mistletoe”, a Christmas Melodrama by Marietta Slater, will be performed at the Golden Chain Theatre in Oakhurst on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6 & 7, at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. It’s Christmas Eve in Mistletoe, but everyone is far from “Holly Jolly.” Rolland N. Dough is foreclosing on the ...

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Local Dancers Perform In 'The Nutcracker'

FRESNO – The Valley Performing Arts Council, in partnership with Fresno Grand Opera, will bring to life a magical holiday tradition with its presentation of “The Nutcracker” at two performances on Thanksgiving weekend. The ballet will be performed Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, at 1 p.m. at William Saroyan Theatre in Fresno, and will feature 37 professional ...

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Local Choirs Join Together For Christmas Cantata

Submitted by Monika Moulin OAKHURST – For the fourth consecutive year, more than 50 singers from local area church choirs will come together for a beautiful Christmas program, complete with accompaniment from a live orchestra. Singers from New Community United Methodist Church, Oakhurst Lutheran Church, Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church, Christ Church/Anglican and others join together to present a Christmas cantata.

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Yuk It Up With The Chamber At Lyn Mar Pond

NORTH FORK – The Lyn Mar Pond Guest Ranch will play host to a comedy show and dinner on Saturday, Nov. 16 starting at 5 p.m. The North Fork Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center will be throwing this party, featuring everything from local spirits to comedians and fire dancers. “This is not your grandma’s Chamber event!” say organizers.

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