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Music In The Meadow

COARSEGOLD – Mark your calendars for Music in the Meadow 2014.

The festive, easy-going family-friendly event is a fundraiser for the Coarsegold Historical Society, dedicated to the ongoing restoration of the Museum’s 1870s adobe house.

“Bring a chair or blanket, and enjoy a lovely afternoon surrounded by history and great music,” says Steve Core, president of the Coarsegold Historical Society.

Slated for Saturday, June 7, from noon to 4 p.m. at the Coarsegold Historic Museum, the cost is $10 per person. Tickets are available in Coarsegold at the Musum, Goldmine Pizza, Coarsegold Miner’s Grill, Kenli, Inc., and the Coarsegold Emporium. In Oakhurst, tickets are available at Sullivan’s Tire Pros. Sponsors of the event include Kenli, Inc., Sullivan’s Tire Pros, and Veater Financial Group.

Step back into the history of Coarsegold and visit the museum exhibits of the Coarsegold Museum, the Fossil Discovery Center, the Raymond Museum, the King Vintage Museum and the Little Church on the Hill Museum.

Music in the Meadow - 2013 - the crowd relaxes - Photo by Kellie Flanagan

This year’s event will feature two bands playing throughout the afternoon. Guests can look forward to the sounds of bluegrass band “Crossfire,” and the “Morgan Canyon Band,” who will perform mellow rock from the 60s and 70s.

Food and beverages will be available throughout the day, including including chili, tri-tip and many more items, plus a selection of beer, and wines of Englemann Cellars. Be sure to stop by the silent auction, featuring many items including a Yosemite Lakes Park golf package, and dinner for two at the Blue Heron Restaurant in YLP.

Music in the Meadow - 2013 - Clara Briley with fan - Photo by Kellie FlanaganKeep your eyes on the popular 50/50 drawing, with tickets available throughout the day.

Docents will be on-hand during the event for museum tours.

Call for more details: (559) 642-4448.

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