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Have A Holly Jolly Weekend

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–Holiday fun awaits you and your family this weekend with several local events scheduled. You can bring your kids out to breakfast with Santa, donate some toys for tots and enjoy the lighting of the town Christmas tree while caroling and enjoying some holiday treats. ALL IN ONE DAY!

Breakfast and Photos with Santa  

Flyer for breakfast with santa at the community centerSponsored by – Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis, Soroptimist of The Sierras, Oak Creek Intermediate, Western Sierra Charter School, Enchanted Forest, Oakhurst Library and Starbucks

Oakhurst Community Center

Saturday, December 3, 2022

7:30am – 11:00am

  • Pancakes
  • Scrambled eggs
  • Sausage
  • Beverage of choice
  • Adults & Children $8.00 (under 5 free)
  • Children’s Activities

For more information please call: Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis at (559) 683-5854


Toys for Tots Annual Round Up

Toys for Tots is celebrating its 75th year of helping needy children have a Merry Christmas. Started in 1947 by a Marine Major in the USMC Reserves in Southern California when his wife gave him a doll she had made by hand and asked him to find a child who needed a toy for Christmas.

Help us continue this generous tradition by donating new and unwrapped toys at our annual Roundup in Oakhurst on December 3, 2022, from 8am to 4pm in the parking lot of the Old Mill Shopping Center (Vons). Children can meet our local heroes and tour a real fire engine and ambulance. All toys and donations collected stay in Eastern Madera County to help our mountain communities. Area Toys for Tots Coordinator Dennis Osantowski can be contacted at 970-209-2099 for answers to any questions.


North Fork Boosters Christmas Bazaar

Header for the north fork boosters christmas bazaarNorth Fork Boosters presents Christmas Bazaar this Saturday and Sunday December 3rd and 4th from 9am to 3pm at the North Fork Town Hall. There will be local vendors selling gifts and goodies. There will be snacks and refreshments,  as well as Nancy’s famous Indian tacos. So come on down to have a jolly good time with your community.


Oakhurst Community Christmas Tree Lighting

It’s time for the 32nd annual Oakhurst Christmas Tree Lighting, happening at the Talking Bear corner at Highway 41 and Road 426. Event starts at 4PM with local vendors, crafts, food and more! Music and entertainment starts at 4:30. The tree will light at 6:00 and Santa arrives immediately after on his big red sleigh! Rain, sleet, snow or clear skies…we will be there to welcome in the Christmas season. This event has become a Christmas time small town reunion and the goal is to keep it going for generations to come!

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