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Arnold

Coldwell Banker Action Realty

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11/26/2020 - The 2020 Ebbetts Pass Moose Lodge FREE Thanksgiving Dinner
Arnold, CA...Ebbetts Pass Moose Lodge FREE Thanksgiving Dinner is Thursday, November 26th From 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. We will not have a dine in option due to Covid 19. You can pick up dinners in front of the Moose Lodge 1965 Blagen Road, Arnold starting at 1:00 pm OR We have a delivery service from Dorrington to Avery for homebound people. Please Call 209-795-3112 or 510-427-8569 Accepting Calls at 9:00 am on Thanksgiving Day

11/21/2020 - Bear Valley XC Ski & Snowshoe "Soft Opening" This Weekend
Bear Valley, CA...Due to better than expected snow conditions we are opening groomed trails in the meadow this weekend. Details: Saturday and Sunday only, 9am - 12pm. Half-price trail passes, Half-price ski & snowshoe rentals, New & used gear available, Lessons available, No sledding and tubing, No Meadow Cafe. The trails will close again on Monday until our next projected opening day of Nov. 27th.


BVAC Operations & COVID-19
The Bear Valley Adventure Company (BVAC) is excited to offer cross country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, and tubing experiences for the 2020/2021 winter season. Since COVID-19 is alive and well, we have instituted some new rules in order to keep everyone safe. Help keep the Bear Valley winter wonderland open by supporting the following changes. Click here for details.

Adventure Tip: Now is an excellent time to check your ski equipment and make sure everything is in good working order. New skis, boots, poles, and clothing are arriving in the store daily, and we plan to be open for ski repair and tuning services by Nov. 21st.


11/12/2020 - California State Parks and CAL FIRE Plan Prescribed Burn at Calaveras Big Trees State Park Expected
Arnold, CA...California State Parks in cooperation with the California Department of Forestry and Fire protection (CAL FIRE) plan to conduct a prescribed burn Thursday, November 12, 2020, in Calaveras Big Trees State Park. This burn is part of the series of prescription burns planned for the park this year and will be dependent on weather conditions and resources.


The work will be in the North Grove area and will cover approximately 26-acres along Group Camp Road. Active burning will occur over two days - Thursday and Friday; however, smoke will remain in the area after active firing has stopped. The unit has been prepared for broadcast burning by removing snags along the site’s perimeter, creation of handline where roads do not exist, and clearing fuels along the Group Camp Road used for a control line; allowing for a safer and more controllable broadcast burn.

Highway 4 will remain open but may experience delays due to smoke and other hazards. Group Camp Road will be closed during prescribed burn. Please obey all warning signs.

These burns are part of the prescribed fire program for vegetation management, hazardous fuel load reduction, wildlife habitat improvement, enhancement of the health of the forest by removing diseased materials, restoring essential nutrients to the soil, and reducing the chance of a catastrophic wildfire. Forest thinning and prescribed fire restore and maintain an ecologically healthy forest system. Additional benefits of these prescribed burns include protection of the park system from wildfires.

In partnership with Save the Redwoods League, this year’s prescribed burns are funded through a grant from CAL FIRE’s California Climate Investments Program. The Giant Sequoia Forest Resilience Project is part of California Climate Investments, a statewide program that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing GHG emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment– particularly in disadvantaged communities. The Cap-and-Trade program also creates a financial incentive for industries to invest in clean technologies and develop innovative ways to reduce pollution. California Climate Investments projects include affordable housing, renewable energy, public transportation, zero-emission vehicles, environmental restoration, more sustainable agriculture, recycling, and much more. At least 35 percent of these investments are located within and benefiting residents of disadvantaged communities, low-income communities, and low-income households across California. For more information, visit the California Climate

Investments website at: www.caclimateinvestments.ca.gov.

Communities near Calaveras Big Trees State Park, including Arnold, Dorrington, Big Trees Village, White Pines, Blue Lake Springs, and Love Creek may experience smoke from the burning operations. Prescribed burns produce significantly less smoke than wildfires. The department plans and coordinates these burns with the Calaveras and Tuolumne County Air Districts in order to minimize the smoke in surrounding communities. All burning depends on weather and air quality conditions that are favorable for smoke dispersal. If the conditions, such as weather or vegetation are not conducive for burning, the department will reschedule the burn.

California State Parks and CAL FIRE are adhering to the safety protocols set by public health officials and has made accommodations to limit exposure among first responders and field crews to protect staff from COVID-19 during prescribed burns.

For questions or comments about the projects or about the prescribed burn program, contact Natural Resources Program Manager Heather Reith at (209) 728-5217.

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11/07/2020 - Skyline Bear Valley Winter Job Fair is November 7th!
Arnold, CA...Skyline Bear Valley Winter Job Fair, When: Saturday November 7, 2020, Where: Bistro Espresso 1225 Oak Cir Drive, Arnold, CA, What: hiring for all positions/departments. ON the spot interviews, Event will be held outside. from 10 am - 2 pm, Bear Valley resort 2280 highway 207 Bear Valley, Ca 209-753-2301 bearvalley.com/careers


Skyline Bear Valley Resort Winter 2020/2021
Employee Benefits
Employees must be actively employed to receive these benefits/privileges:
• Free Season Pass to ski/snowboard – while actively employed only
• Free Dependent Season Passes (based on employee status / classification)
• Competitive Pay – locally and within the industry
• Free Employee Shuttle to/from Mountain daily beginning in Murphys
• $10 Employee Standard Equipment Rental (ski or snowboard) – this is an occasional privilege; employees should purchase their own ski/board gear
• $20 Dependent Standard Ski/Snowboard Equipment Rental
• 50% off Demo Equipment Rentals from Reba Sports (employees only)
• Free Group Lessons, Sun-Fri, non-holiday/peak (with a paying customer)
• $25 two-hour group lessons for employee dependents ages 4+
• 25-50% off Team Programs for dependent(s), varies based on classification
• 25% off Retail Purchases at Reba Sports (employees only)
• 50% off Helmet Purchase for Employees at Reba Sports (limit one per season)
• 25% discount on purchases at the General Store (excludes alcohol and the deli)
• 25% off Food Purchases at all BVM locations (cafeteria, coffee café and BBQ’s)
• 25% off Food Purchases at Skyhigh Pizza Pub, Creekside Bistro and Grizzly Bar
• 30% Discount on lodging at Bear Valley Lodge, mid-week, non-holiday; (eligible employee must book reservation; based on availability)
• Discounted Friends and Family Lift Ticket Vouchers; one per paycheck, starting the last pay period of December
• Direct Deposit of paychecks
• Bear Valley Adventure Company (Cross Country resort) – Free daily trail pass for XC skiing or snowshoeing valid Sunday thru Friday (non-holiday) only.
$5 XC equipment/tube/sled rentals for all employees; free for managers
** All programs and prices subject to change with or without notice **
10/31/2020 - Halloween Trunk or Treat at Chapel in the Pines
Arnold, CA...We invite our community to join us for this fun event! Covid-19 safety precautions will be in place. Please wear a mask! Bring your own trick or treat bag!


Chapel is an Evangelical Covenant Church that enjoys sharing God’s loving support in a bible-based, straightforward manner. Whether you're a full-time resident, here part-time or on vacation, we delight in your presence and welcome you to join us.

Chapel in the Pines
2286 Cedar Ln Arnold, CA 95223
10/31/2020 - Halloween Pumpkin Patch Estravaganza & Haunted Forrey
Arnold, CA...!!!!BE AFRAID!!!! Get ready for one of the Spookiest nights in 2020!!!! Come experience the very spooky but kid friendly Haunted Cameo Plaza Forrey!!!! Also enjoy kids costume contest, prizes, games, and pumpkin painting contests!!! Spooky scavenger hunt, and tons of Candy!!!! Sponsored by the following community loving sponsors: Murphy's School of Music, Arnold School of Music, Artsy Partsy, Be afraid 😨!!!!!!!!


October 31st, 4 PM PDT – 7 PM
Cameo Plaza Merchants
11/01/2020 - Angels-Murphys Rotary Shoe Drive for Soles4Souls 2020 is November 1st - 15th
Murphys, CA...Donate your gently used shoes to our annual Shoe Drive to Wear Out Poverty! Shoes will be cleaned, repaired and distributed to those in need domestically and internationally. Shoes are also provided to start micro-businesses, with proceeds going to purchase new shoes for children and adults wherever there is a need. Currently, Soles4Souls is distributing thousands of pairs of shoes to victims of wildfires in California and Oregon.



NOW UNTIL NOVEMBER 15, DROP SHOES IN OUR BINS AT:
MARK TWAIN SCHOOL, ANGELS CAMP
HAZEL FISCHER SCHOOL, ARNOLD
AVERY MIDDLE SCHOOL, AVERY
BRET HARTE H.S., ANGELS CAMP
MURPHYS HISTORIC HOTEL
SIERRA HILLS MARKET, MURPHYS
ANGELS FOOD MARKET, ANGELS CAMP
SABRINA JULIAN INVESTMENTS, MURPHYS
COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION, ANGELS CAMP
BANK OF STOCKTON, ANGELS CAMP
JIM BAILEY-CU INSURANCE, ANGELS CAMP
STEVENSON WEALTH MANAGEMENT, COPPEROPOLIS
Questions? Call (209) 278-0455
10/13/2020 - Make Plans to Attend Taco Tuesday at Bistro Espresso Tonight
Arnold, CA...Super excited to have Charlie Mondo Mariscal! #TacoTuesday 10/13 from 6-8pm!


The Bistro serves fresh, made-to-order American cuisine and BBQ. We serve fair trade, organic espresso drinks and coffee and a variety of beers & wine. Open daily for breakfast and lunch and serve family-style dinner specials on Friday & Saturday.
09/29/2020 - Great Weather Taco Tuesday with Jill Warren
Arnold, CA...The weather is so nice we just had to have another event! Come out and listen to the rockin' sounds of Jill Warren! Grab the family and share with a neighbor!


The Bistro serves fresh, made-to-order American cuisine and BBQ. We serve fair trade, organic espresso drinks and coffee and a variety of beers & wine. Open daily for breakfast and lunch and serve family-style dinner specials on Friday & Saturday.
09/26/2020 - The Outhouse Collection Final Moving Sale
Arnold, CA...This is our last weekend. Everything must go! Further reductions on many items. All sales are final. Saturday 9:30-5PM Sunday 9:30-4PM. The Outhouse Collection is located at 925 Highway 4 in Arnold across the highway from Ace Home Center.

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