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Valentine’s Day Dinner at Ducey’s on the Lake

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BASS LAKE — Treat yourself and your loved one to a scrumptious Valentine’s Day Dinner at Ducey’s on the Lake. Enjoy a special 4-Course Menu (from $69), prepared by the Executive Chef Johnathan Frabotta, including appetizers, salad, main course and a dessert. 3-Course Sunset Option available ($54). Date & Time: Tuesday, February 14, 2023, from 4 – 9 p.m. Click ...

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Wild Cast of Characters Welcomes its Newest Member, Ranger!

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OAKHURST —  The Welcoming Committee of Visit Yosemite | Madera County has been known to act like animals, that’s because they are a wild cast of characters. This animated bunch has been welcoming visitors to Madera County since 2019, and their crew is growing! Meet Ranger, the California Mule Deer and mascot of North Fork, the geographic center of California and newest stop on the Fossils to ...

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Bass Lake Ranger District Plans To Initiate Pile Burning

NORTH FORK—Sierra National Forest (SNF) – Bass Lake Ranger District fire personnel are looking to start burning the piles in the Madera County Roads project around the Bass Lake area, with a total of 567 acres. We are planning to start some test fires on January 30, 2023. If ignition proves to be successful, we will continue lighting the piles. ...

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Collect Trading Cards From Visit Yosemite Madera County

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MADERA COUNTY —  Great news, everyone! You can now collect trading cards from your animal friends at Visit Yosemite Madera County’s Welcoming Committee. These awesome cards can be found at various locations around Madera County. Mr. Mead the Saber Toothed Cat MR. MEAD can be found at Fossil Discovery Center, located at 19450 Ave. 21 1/2, Chowchilla, CA. Saber-toothed cats, also known ...

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Take Madera County’s Fossils to Falls Four-Day Road Trip

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MADERA COUNTY — Enjoy the best of Madera County on the Fossils to Falls Trail, a four-day road trip! On your trip, collect the Welcoming Committee’s trading cards at ten destinations and discover the best attractions in Yosemite’s Southern Gateway. Participants can use their trading cards to enter the Yosemite Adventure Contest grand prize drawing. Day 1 Start your journey ...

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Recreate Responsibly With These Helpful Reminders

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES —  Mother Nature is the best form of therapy. The sound of roaring falls and smell of blooming wildflowers. The deafening silence of freshly fallen snow on the ground. Recreate Responsibly (PDF) Not Just Yosemite But ALL Outdoor Lands Although the main attraction is Yosemite National Park, the idea of recreating responsibly shouldn’t be applied only to the ...

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Time to Hit the Ice Skating Rinks and Take a Spin!

BASS LAKE — The Pines Resort at beautiful Bass Lake recently debuted the Bass Lake Rink, a Glice skating rink to add even more winter fun in the area! What is Glice, you may ask? It is an artificial ice surface which makes skating accessible even on days when the temperature is warmer. At Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite take a spin ...

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New Sierra Tel Directory Showcases a Bit of Midpines History

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES — Sierra Tel, serving both Eastern Madera County and Mariposa County, announces that its 2023 telephone directory recounts the long history of Midpines Food and Gas. The directory story briefly recounts the times gone by of the 1926 Carstens building, located at the intersection of Carsten’s Road and Highway 140 in Midpines, that is now Midpines Food and ...

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Let’s Go Ice Skating at The Pines Resort on Bass Lake

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BASS LAKE — Lace up your skates, get your winter gear ready and come spin, glide and slide at Bass Lake! The glice (artificial ice) rink will be located on the upper tennis court, just past the main parking lot from now until March 31, 2023. Admission Fees Admission fee covers two (2) consecutive 60-minute sessions; beginning on the hour ...

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Celebrate New Years Eve With DJ Mark at The Pines Resort

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BASS LAKE — Come celebrate New Year’s Eve in style at The Pines Resort with a fun and fireworks-filled party in the Lakeview Room! Enjoy a variety of music by DJ Mark, digital photo booth, party favors and snacks, and festive decor. At midnight, raise a toast to a New Year with a complimentary glass of champagne and enjoy the fireworks ...

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