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Pines Village Arts & Crafts Fair Coming to Bass Lake

Image of the flyer for the Pines Village Arts & Crafts Fair.

BASS LAKE — Join us for the Pines Village Arts & Crafts Fair at The Pines Resort at Bass Lake. This awesome event will be held November 25 – 27, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission! There will be over 20 unique craft vendors on each of the dates, who will be selling their hand-made items and ...

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The Week’s Events: March 22nd

OAKHURST—Spring has sprung. Or has it? A little more snowfall is always possible even into May. Let’s enjoy whatever we get because we need it all–sunshine, rain, snow, sunshine all over again. If you are a regular reader of this column, you will notice a little something different this week. One-off events and those happening on a limited basis are ...

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The Week’s Events – March 1 to March 6

OAKHURST–This week’s list of events features a little bit of everything from shades of the Scottish Highlands to the hoof-stomping dust of a cattle drive. There’s truly something for everyone this week. TUESDAY, MARCH 1 Meditation & Yoga Classes – Sunday through Friday Vary – See Schedule Metta Yosemite – Gifts – Meditation – Yoga 40359 Highway 41, Suite 1, ...

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The Week’s Events – Feb. 21 – Feb. 27

OAKHURST — Will we or won’t we? As this is written, there is a chance of white stuff falling from the sky this week. Nevertheless, there are indoor and outdoor events to keep us busy, per the Visit Yosemite | Madera County website. Get your Yosemite visits in now while the crowds are (usually) few because starting May 20, 2022, ...

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The Week’s Events: February 15 to February 20

OAKHURST — Just as you’re recovering from Valentine’s Day comes another week chock-full of activities and adventures. Scroll down to find ways to fill your week with fun, food, and movement. Yoga, art, music… and a mixer. And even the faintest chance of rain and snow. Fingers crossed. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 Kids Art Classes 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Oakhurst ...

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The Week’s Events: Jan. 31 to Feb. 6

OAKHURST–Where has the time gone? A twelfth of the year is just about over. It’s almost Christmas again. All kidding aside, time flies, but there’s plenty to keep everyone energized and involved. With the beautiful weather we’ve been enjoying, there’s no reason not to get out and about. Go take a photography class in Yosemite, explore the many opportunities for ...

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The Week’s Events – Jan. 17 – Jan. 23

OAKHURST–It’s going to be an awesome week. Temperatures in the 50’s and 60’s, mostly clear skies, a free-admission day to Yosemite National Park as well as a whole host of activities to feed mind, body and spirit. Enjoy the week. Be sure to check on events listed to make sure they will take place. A number of events are being ...

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Age Is Just A Number: Happy 90th Birthday, Norma Rogers!

OAKHURST — To artist/sculptor Norma Rogers, turning 90 doesn’t mean she plans to slow down any time soon. In fact, she may just be hitting her stride. Norma is the apex of what so-called “seniors” can achieve when they have the drive. After all, at 68, she entered California State University Fresno’s art program at 68 and earned a master’s ...

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Artistic Collaboration Connects Oakhurst and South Africa

OAKHURST — It’s as unlikely a collaboration as you’d find, connecting Oakhurst, South Africa, Alaska, and Facebook, with a touch of Israel thrown in. The result is a feast for the eyes. And I’m proud to be smack in the middle of it.  I am an avid dog mushing fan. I love the Iditarod, the Yukon Quest and all the ...

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The Week’s Events – Nov. 9 – 14

OAKHURST–Here’s a list of select events occurring this week. But wait! Don’t think this is a one-stop shop. Events often are added last-minute, and this article is a moving feast of things to do. Bookmark each week’s article in your browser and check back often. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Morning Yoga with Sarah 8:30 am – 9:30 am Oakhurst Community Center ...

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