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Early Bird Discounts For Coulterville CoyoteFest And Car Show

MARIPOSA COUNTY — Now is the time to sign up for the parade, car show or a booth at the 23rd annual CoyoteFest in Coulterville, on Saturday, Sept. 23.

The Car Show entry fee remains at just $25 through Aug.1. Early bird registered cars also get dash plaques and a goodie bag, and any car entered into the show is “comped” into the parade for those interested — just note it on the application.

For those entering the parade using other means of transportation — feet, hoofs, tractor, or other vehicle — registration is just $10. Forms for both of these events as well as vendor applications can be downloaded on the website, or you can fill it out there and even pay online.

For those who still resist technology, just call the museum at 209-878-3015, leave your contact info and the type of application you want, and one will be mailed to you. Or, stop by Sierra Flowers at their new location, 5014 Main Street and pick one up there.

The CoyoteFest vendor list has more than doubled, say organizers.

For the kids:

  • Kid’s Korner
  • Pony Express pony rides
  • Zippy Rides
  • Krinklies Face Painting and Balloon Critters
  • Jim’s Bounce House

Lot’s of great food including:

  • JD ‘s BBQ
  • MacDoogles Kettle Corn
  • Chuchita’s Authentic Tacos
  • Hamburgers, dot dogs, chili cheese fries, nachos, popcorn, slushies, cotton candy, water and sodas — all from Genesis Entertainment.

Merchandise and Craft Vendors include:

  • Jan Deshera’ s loom demonstration along with her Hand Spun Woven Crafts
  • Raymond Morey’s ‘28 Chevy pickup and “Crack’n Corn” demonstration
  • Mike’s Horseshoe Art
  • Chap & Leather Goods by Debra Mason
  • Rustic Barb Wire Creations by Doreen
  • Mountain Mama’s Artisan Breads & Critters
  • Barbara Plemon’s Fairy Gardens & Succulents
  • A Mother’s Quest by Sandy Lee
  • Harvest & Hearth by Terry & Amy Hicks
  • Stitched with Love by Tammy Lewis
  • Jewelry by Elise Lane
  • Lee Beldon’s Born Again Pallet Wood Crafts
  • Hand Painted Art Glass & Images by Brenda Gorsuch
  • Caroline Fruth’s Pathos Screen Printing
  • Raven’s Rose Candles & Craft by Patricia Boyer
  • Krystal Parker’s Damsel In Defense;
  • Handmade Crafts by Melissa Johnson
  • Brent Jerner’s Renewable Solar Energy booth

…And more applications are arriving daily.

Sponsors help offset costs And raise money for the Northern Mariposa County History Center.

A big thank you to Allied Auto in Fremont Ca for once again taking on the major CoyoteFest Sponsorship as well as the Car Show Sponsorship. This year, in addition to Allied Auto as our Major Car Show Sponsor, there is a new category of sponsorship. There will be 10 “Plaque Sponsors.” All 10 sponsors will have the opportunity to pick the car of their choosing to award their plaque to and each sponsor will also receive an identical plaque with a photo of the car they selected.

Contact Nina Mimnaugh at Sierra Flowers 209-878-0349 to become a Car Show Plaque Sponsors today. You can also pick up a sponsor form there or online for the T-Shirt sponsors and Coyote Howl sponsorships.

Thanks also to Yosemite Bank, Wildfire Ranch, Supervisor Merlin and Mimi Jones, and the Coulterville Community Club, the CoyoteFest’s Entertainment Sponsors.

This is day of fun for the entire family. The parade steps off at 10 a.m. sharp, with People’s Choice judging from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Coyote Howl contests, live music, food and merchandise booths and other entertainment goes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Coulterville Park.

Coyote Howl Signups are on site the day of the event, and you can sign up for the Horseshoe contest that day or in advance by calling 209-742-6653.

Remember all you Facebook Fans to “like” the CoyoteFest page so you get the latest and greatest. For anyone looking to get community service credits or who just want to help their community, organizers need some ”worker bees” the day prior to and the day of the event for parking cars, helping organize vendors, etc. Please call 209-878-3015 and leave your contact info and someone will contact you.

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