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You Can’t Get There from Here–Without a Reservation

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK REQUIRES DAY-USE PASS TO ENTER PARK OAKHURST – You’ve planned a trip to Yosemite. It’s on your bucket list.  All your gear’s together, maps, reservations at a local hotel outside the park. You’ve done a bit of research on where to go and what to do. You’re all set, or so you think. You reach the park, ...

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Mariposa County Library Hosting Summer Reading Program

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa County Library will be hosting its Summer Reading Program for 2021 starting June 16th and continuing through August 11th. Ages 0-17 are welcome to join the program (pre-readers may be read to). Prizes include pool passes, toys, and books. There will also be Happy Burger Ice Cream coupons and Pizza Factory coupons. Related Story: Mariposa County ...

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Canning Demonstration with Sage & Dawn at Fresno Flats Saturday, June 26

During the long, enforced “time-out” endured during 2020, some folks revived skills that occupied extra time. For others the extra time has enabled them to gain knowledge that will serve them in good stead in the future.Fresno Flats Historical Museum resumes its mission to keep local history alive by offering demonstrations and classes that meet the desires of many of ...

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How Art Shapes Our Lives: Style, John Muir, and Redwood

Image of the Merced County Courthouse statues.

By Sal Maccarone Throughout history major civilizations have impressed the future with their own distinctive style. The best parts of one popular style will often influence another in some fashion. It is the Architectural Revival that makes use of important elements from a previous era. Italianate, a Renaissance revival style, draws from a wide range of architectural models. Borrowed from ...

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Miller’s Landing Goes to the Dogs

When the world turns upside down overnight, the creative come up with new ways to thrive. Miller’s Landing, a Bass Lake institution since 1982, is known for its ability to roll with the punches. Once again it met the challenge and exceeded it. For several years Miller’s has offered the My*Tri kids’ triathlon, and much of the same great team ...

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Recipe of the Week: Banh Mi Steak Sandwiches

Image of a banh mi steak sandwich.

A hearty flavor profile and perfectly prepared, high-quality meat can make a spring meal truly spectacular, especially when paired with fresh veggies in a protein-packed sandwich. Inspired by Vietnamese tradition, this Banh Mi recipe – which features tender a flat iron steak, pickled carrots, bright lettuce and crunchy cucumbers – is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at your next gathering. ...

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WHAT’S HAPPENING, OAKHURST . . . and Beyond? – Weekend Events June 11-13

Friday, June 11 Golden Chain Theatre Presents 2021 Drive-In Summer Melodrama, Friday, June 11 through Sunday, June 13, 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Advance reservations required. 42130 Highway 41, Oakhurst, CA  559/683-7112.  goldenchaintheatre.org Sunset Concert at Fäsi Estate Featuring Erik Tyler, Friday, June 11 – 6 pm to 9 pm. Advance Reservations Required. 42415 Road 208, Friant, 559/822-2111  fasiestate.com Saturday, ...

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Helping One Woman Oakhurst Announces New Recipient Carol Vayda

Image of Carol Vayda and friend.

Helping One Woman is excited to bring our community together again in celebration of Carol Vayda. Kindly note that HOW Oakhurst dinners have moved to Tuesday evenings. Space is limited, please remember to RSVP on www.MySOSEvent.com. They may not be able to accept people without a reservation. Join Helping One Woman Oakhurst in honoring recipient Carol Vayda. Carol is lovingly ...

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