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Wednesday, Aug 21
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Meeting
Thursday, Aug 22
04:00 PM CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Market Opens June 13th in San Andreas
07:00 PM MACBETH Continues Through August 24th at Brice Station Vineyards
Friday, Aug 23
All Day Get Your Fill of Fish & Chips Every Friday at Gooney's Bar & Grill
01:00 PM CEO Crash Course!
05:00 PM The Angels Camp Farmers Market is Every Friday Till Fall
07:00 PM MACBETH Continues Through August 24th at Brice Station Vineyards
Saturday, Aug 24
All Day The Hopper Connects You to Calaveras's Wine Country & More
All Day Take Train Rides Into History at Railtown 1897
08:00 AM Golf Tournament
10:00 AM Old Timers Museum Walking Tours Are Every Saturday at 10am.
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend
04:00 PM The 15th Annual Hoedown For Humanity is August 24th
06:00 PM The Bistro Espresso, "Music in the Park" Summer Concert Series
07:00 PM DonGato Latin Band presents “Havana Nights” with Lemaya Dancers!
07:00 PM The Sequoia Woods 2019 Music in The Mountains Summer Concert Series
07:00 PM MACBETH Continues Through August 24th at Brice Station Vineyards
Sunday, Aug 25
All Day Take Train Rides Into History at Railtown 1897
09:00 AM Murphys Farmers Market is Every Sunday From 9am - 1pm
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
12:00 PM Backyard Blues & BBQ @ Hotel Leger
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend
Tuesday, Aug 27
10:00 AM Grief Support Classes Offered By Hospice of Amador & Calaveras
06:00 PM The 2019 "Taco Tuesdays" Concert Series at Bistro Espresso
Wednesday, Aug 28
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
Thursday, Aug 29
04:00 PM CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Market Opens June 13th in San Andreas
Friday, Aug 30
All Day Get Your Fill of Fish & Chips Every Friday at Gooney's Bar & Grill
05:00 PM The Angels Camp Farmers Market is Every Friday Till Fall
Saturday, Aug 31
All Day Giant Book Sale at Arnold Library
All Day The Hopper Connects You to Calaveras's Wine Country & More
All Day Take Train Rides Into History at Railtown 1897
10:00 AM 47th Annual Labor Day Weekend Arts & Crafts Festival, Aug. 31 & Sept. 1,Arnold
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend
06:00 PM The Bistro Espresso, "Music in the Park" Summer Concert Series
07:00 PM The Sequoia Woods 2019 Music in The Mountains Summer Concert Series
Sunday, Sep 1
All Day Giant Book Sale at Arnold Library
All Day Take Train Rides Into History at Railtown 1897
09:00 AM Murphys Farmers Market is Every Sunday From 9am - 1pm
Until 05:00 PM 47th Annual Labor Day Weekend Arts & Crafts Festival, Aug. 31 & Sept. 1,Arnold
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend
Tuesday, Sep 3
10:00 AM Grief Support Classes Offered By Hospice of Amador & Calaveras
06:00 PM The 2019 "Taco Tuesdays" Concert Series at Bistro Espresso

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08/17/2019 - Jimmy Thackery – Rockin’ Blues guitar
Singer, songwriter and guitar virtuoso Jimmy Thackery has carved an enviable niche for himself in the world of electric blues. Known for his gritty, blue-collar approach and marathon live shows, Thackery was for many years part of the Nighthawks, one of the hardest-working blues bar bands in North America; since the late 1980s, he has been touring and recording under his own name, and has found widespread acceptance on the festival circuit. His hard-edged, tough-as-nails approach to guitar playing and his trio’s driving rhythm section holds appeal for fans of both the straight-ahead blues of Muddy Waters and the roots-rock of Bruce Springsteen and Joe Grushecky.

Like the Nighthawks and Grushecky’s Houserockers, much of the material Thackery performs can safely be called blues or blues-rock. Hardcore blues like “It’s My Own Fault” and popular blues-rock chestnuts like “Red House” from Jimi Hendrix are fair game for Thackery and his Drivers, who include Michael Patrick on bass and Mark Stutso on drums and vocals.

The historic Sutter Creek Theatre is an intimate 215 seat former silent film theatre with superb sound. Beer and wine at the venue, tickets and video at the web site Click Text Here Tickets $24 advance / $28 day of show.

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08/17/2019 - The 20th Annual River Ranch Music Festival is Going On Now!
Tuolumne, CA...The 20th Annual River Ranch Music Festival is going on now. Featuring 20 Live Bands by day, and 15 DJ's by night, Go Go Dancers, Bellydancers, D 3-D Mapping Light Show, Jugglers, Glow Show, Yoga, Workshops, Great Food, Vendors, Swimming, Hiking and more for ALL AGES. Located in Tuolumne, CA near the Black Oak Casino.

08/17/2019 - Visit Groveland for their Monthly Open House on August 17th
Groveland, CA...From the TCVB..."Each month, Groveland's Main Street merchants invite you to Historic Downtown Groveland, CA on August 17 from 4pm-6pm for a wide selection of tasty treats! Also enjoy live music, sidewalk sales, food & drink specials, a walking tour and more as you walk from store to store! This month's theme: Nosh. Featuring local cuisine, nibbles, tapas, desserts, snacks, nourishment, grub and provisions."

08/08/2019 - Tuolumne County Historical Society Program
Michael La Salle author of "No Trail to Follow The First Wagon Party to California in 1841". Will be the guest speaker 7PM at the Library on Greenly Road, Sonora. Everyone is welcome. Mr. LaSalle has ben drawn to the historical era of the covered wagon and the emigrant trails of the far west. He has used first had accounts from the diaries of John Bidwell and James John, to tell the story of how the party groped across uncharted territory.
08/09/2019 - Smokey Bear’s 75th Birthday Celebration Friday August 9th, 2019
Sonora, CA...The Stanislaus National Forest is having a party for Smokey Bear! Come on down and join the Stanislaus National Forest, along with CAL-FIRE, Tuolumne County Fire, local Law Enforcement and EMS for Smokey Bear’s 75th birthday celebration. A special story time presenting “The True Story of Smokey Bear” and birthday card making will begin at 10 a.m. at the Tuolumne County Library located at 480 Greenley Road, Sonora CA 95370. The party and public safety event will be held at the Heaven for Kids


Park next door, immediately following story time. The party will run from approximately 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Please come out and join us for this free event where you can learn all about personal and fire safety, meet your
local emergency services personnel, and play games with birthday goodie bags for kids! We look forward to
seeing you.

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USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.
07/20/2019 - Big Band Street Dance July 20 at 6:00 pm in Columbia State Historic Park
Columbia, CA...Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy the music at the Big Band Street Dance! Come in your everyday wear or get in the mood and dress in 1940s clothing. Prizes are awarded for best ‘40s outfits, best dancing couples, and much more. As locals will tell you, it’s one of the most popular events in Tuolumne County.


So bring a partner along and join Rod Harris and the Columbia College Kicks Big Band for a hot night of big band music in old Coumbia town. You’ll truly enjoy this blast from the swingin’ past!


July 20, 2019
6-10pm
Admission: FREE
Columbia State Historic Park
209-532-3184
08/06/2019 - Your Invited to National Night Out in Tuolumne County
Jamestown, CA...National Night Out is taking place this year on Tuesday, August 6th from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Railtown in Jamestown. Meet with local law enforcement officers from the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office, Tuolumne County Animal Control, California State Park, California Highway Patrol, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Forest Service, Yosemite National Park and representatives from the District Attorney’s Office and Victim Witness.



National Night Out is a community building campaign that is held across the nation each year on the first Tuesday in August as a way to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement under positive circumstances while bringing back a true sense of community.

This event takes place in a casual setting that will give the community an opportunity to talk one-on-one with law enforcement officers and to ask questions, express concerns and share information. We will have our K9 partners and several Sheriff’s Office vehicles at the event so be be sure to bring the kids!

Please plan on arriving early at 4:30 p.m. so you can be “All Aboard” one of the historic Railtown trains that will be departing at 5:00 p.m. The fee for this train ride is being donated by Railtown so is it free for all who will be attending National Night Out. You will be riding on a historic steam or diesel locomotive through California’s scenic Gold Country. The 6-mile, 45-minute roundtrip train ride will take you past the water tower from Petticoat Junction and transport you from the backyards of Jamestown to the rugged hillsides of California’s Mother Lode country. At the end of the line on Rock Spur, your train will pause as the locomotive uncouples, runs around your car on a side track, then re-couples to the train’s opposite end for the return trip to Railtown.

The Kiwanis Club will be selling hamburgers, hot dogs, tri-tip and drinks.

This year’s National Night Out is sponsored by Railtown State Historic Park in Jamestown and the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office.

For more information contact Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Passeau at 209-533-5866 or State Park Peace Officer, Supervising Railtown Ranger Jackie Olavarria at 209-984-8703.

Last year National Night Out in Railtown was a great success and fun was had by all.
We can’t wait to see you there.
08/17/2019 - Sonora Bach Festival Organ Sampler Concert on Aug. 17
Sonora, CA...The Sonora Bach Festival presents organist Dr. Daryl Hollinger in an Organ Sampler, Saturday, August 17. At 2 p.m, hear Haydn and Lübeck on the Red Church’s historic 1973 Flentrop Pipe Organ. At 3:30 p.m., hear Prelude, Fugue and Chaconne by Dieterich Buxtehude - and more – on St Matthew’s 2016 Allen Digital Organ. Lecture-recital at both locations. Free admission; a donation will be taken. Info at www.sonorabach.org or 209 209 536-6330.


Aug. 17 – Organ Sampler Concert

2 p.m; The Red Church, 42 Snell Street
3:30 p.m.: St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 13880 Joshua Way

For questions about this calendar announcement, contact Janet Telford, jtelford829@gmail.com
07/09/2019 - Stanislaus National Forest plans prescribed underburn for resource and public benefit on Groveland R
Groveland, CA...The Stanislaus National Forest provides the following information about planned prescribed underburns on the forest. Prescribed Fire Name / Ranger District China Ridge Understory Burn, Jordan Unit, Groveland Ranger District General and Specific Location: Located adjacent to the Groveland Ranger District office and following China Ridge south to Greeley Hill Road, approximately four miles NE of Greeley Hill. Most of the underburn is adjacent to forest roads 1S15, 1S16 and 1S29, at specific geographic location [sections 27, 33, 34, range 17E, township 1S; sections 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 23, 24 range 17E, township 2S]. Smoke may be visible from Smith Station Road, and Highway 120 with some down canyon drift smoke visible in the evening and early morning.


This project is a planned prescribed fire. Please do not report as a wildland fire. Projected Duration: Ignition of the prescribed burn is expected to begin in July 9 through July 11, 2019, and is contingent on weather, fuel moisture, and air quality. Ignitions could continue daily or as conditions allow. All burning is monitored and conducted in accordance with state and county air quality guidelines and closely coordinated with local county air quality control districts.

Planned Size of Prescribed Burn: Up to 1,905 acres are to be treated with low-intensity fire during the next five
years, with daily ignitions planned to be approximately 50 acres. Size of the burn may vary with weather and fuel
moisture conditions, as well as permissible air quality burn days.

Type of Prescribed Burn: Broadcast underburn
Burn Project Objectives: The goal of this prescribed burn is to enhance public and firefighter safety by reducing
the build-up of dead and down fuels and to reduce the threat of high-intensity wildfire while protecting watershed
values and wildlife habitat by creating a mosaic pattern of vegetation.

Public Benefits: Prescribed burning is an effective, cost efficient method of reducing flammable forest fuels,
improving firefighting capabilities, and reducing the impacts of large uncontrolled damaging wildland fires.
Smoke may be visible from Highway 108 and in surrounding communities. Fire managers are working closely
with local air districts and the California Air Resources Board to mitigate the effects of smoke on the public.
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USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.
06/30/2019 - Take Train Rides Into History at Railtown 1897
Jamestown, CA...Ride behind a historic steam or diesel locomotive on a train trip through California’s scenic Gold Country. Your 6-mile, 45-minute roundtrip train ride will take you past the water tower from Petticoat Junction, and transport you from the backyards of Jamestown to the rugged hillsides of California’s Mother Lode country. At the end of the line (Rock Spur), your train will pause as the locomotive uncouples, runs around your car on a side track, then re-couples to the train’s opposite end for the return trip to Railtown.



Train Ride Days: Saturdays & Sundays, April-October (weather permitting)
Departure Times: 10:30 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Prices: Adults $15, Youth (ages 6-17) $10, Children (5 and under) Free
Members ride free
All prices include park admission
Departure Location: Depot platform at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park
Tickets: During the operating season, weekends April-October, tickets for excursion train rides are available to purchase online during the week or on a first-come, first-served basis at the ticket office on the day of the train ride.
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