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Indian Fair Days & Pow Wow In North Fork

NORTH FORK – Traditional dances, food and crafts will be on display at the 43rd Annual Indian Fair Days & Pow Wow, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4, at the North Fork Recreation Center. This much-anticipated event, always held the first weekend in August, is a showcase for native dancers and costumes, and an opportunity for the public to ...

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Special Musical Event With David Haas

Submitted by Grace Community Church NORTH FORK – Grace Community Church is inviting everyone to attend a special musical event with David Haas the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 21 and 22 at the UCC Church in North Fork. David Haas, a Minnesota resident, is director of the Emmaus Center for Music, Prayer and Ministry, and is founder of ...

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Stone Fruit Jubilee This Saturday

Submitted by Sue Kern CLOVIS – Organic farmers have a dream that children will prefer nature’s candy, “stone fruit,” to junk food. Fresno, the leading grower of agricultural exports, leads the nation in residents that are obese and diabetic. A group of a dozen organic farmers believe the time is plum ripe to stem that trend by allowing consumers to ...

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Blues, Brews & BBQ At Sierra Sky Ranch

OAKHURST – Historic Hotel & Restaurant Sierra Sky Ranch will host a Blues, Brews & BBQ event to benefit Kurtis for Mayor on behalf of Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 21. Advance tickets are $20, $25 at the door and include wine tastings by San Joaquin Wineries, as well as wine and ...

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Come For The Golf, Stay For The Jewels

AHWAHNEE – Volunteer Dale Miller’s bid for honorary mayor is taking to the links on Sunday, June 9, when friends will gather to cast their votes with dollars at River Creek Golf Course. While golfers are out working on birdies, a jewelry “shopportunity” for ladies will be taking place inside the River Creek Clubhouse. A nine hole, par three tournament ...

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What To Expect At Bass Lake On Saturday

BASS LAKE – The Bass Lake Classic Triathlon will return this year on Saturday, June 1, to the Pines Village. Here’s the pertinent info on how the day will go as far a schedules and traffic information. The race will begin at 7:30 a.m., and athletes should begin arriving around 6 a.m. The race should end by 1 p.m., with ...

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Family Fun Day At Coulterville Park

COULTERVILLE — Mariposa Safe Families, Inc. is gearing up for another free family fun fair at the Coulterville Park. On Saturday, June 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the north county is in for a treat as businesses and organizations come together for a day full of fun, education, resources, food, games and prizes.

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Ski School Benefits From Mayor's Contest

OAKHURST – One candidate for Honorary Mayor may have a slight advantage when it comes to the ups and downs of the race, or is that racing? Bass Lake resident Theresa Wilson is campaigning for Mountain Area Ski School (MASS), so it’s possible her candidacy may pick up speed. According to organizers Wilson is “running for the kids, raising money ...

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The Triathlon Returns To Bass Lake

Bass Lake Classic Triathlon raising money for local youth charities – BASS LAKE – The Third Annual Bass Lake Classic Triathlon and accompanying 5K Run for the Kids, taking place this year on June 1, continues to grow both in the number of participants and in the amount of help the events give local charities. In the past three years ...

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