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12/19/2019 - Studio 4 Dance Theater presents The Nutcracker
Studio 4 Dance Theater presents Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker,” the classic holiday tale of Clara’s dreamlike adventures with her Nutcracker Prince in the Candy Kingdom.

This year’s production brings on a new cast, stunning costumes, high tech props and spectacular special effects. Artistic Director Tammie Lee introduces the new “Angels” who open Act II this year. The “Party Scene”, bright and fun, opens the production set in the Stahlbaum home in Germany where Clara and her brother Fritz anxiously await the excitement of this holiday tradition.

Briar Gibson will portray Clara, with Rocky Harwood as her Nutcracker Prince. Iris Stafford will dance the role of the Mouse Queen, Taylor Wilson will be the Snow Queen, and Madison Gonzales will be the Dew Drop Fairy. Jillian Buteau will be the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier will be Judah Harwood, and Tim Smith will return as Godfather Drosselmeyer.

This year marks the 11th annual Studio 4 Dance Theater production of
“The Nutcracker” at Bret Harte Theater. The full-length, professional-quality ballet has become the highlight of the local holiday season, with return audiences and sold-out performances every year.

Tickets: Thursday: Advance purchase- $15/adult; $12/youth ages 13-17; $9/children 12 and under. At the door - $18/adult; $15/youth ages 13-17; $12/children 12 and under.
Fri/Sat: Advance purchase - $19/adult (13 and up); $14/children 12 and under. At the door - $22/adult (13 and up); $17/children 12 and under.
Tickets go on sale at 10am, Thursday, November 8, 2018
Tickets will be available on the internet at www.studio4dancetheater.com
or at the box office one hour before each performance.
03/30/2020 - National Doctors' Day 2020 is Monday, March 30 in United States
San Andreas, CA...Our doctors never seek gratitude. But they sure deserve it. On Doctors' Day, we celebrate the dedicated professionals who impact, improve, and yes, save lives. Our doctors are the face of our medical centers and we couldn't be prouder. Not just for everything they do, but for the kind and compassionate ways in which they do them. Today, and every day, thank you for putting the care in healthcare. Dignity Health, Mark Twain Medical Center, Hello humankindness.

03/28/2020 - Dance the Night Away at “Spring Swing 2020,” Saturday, March 28, 2020 at Ironstone Vineyards!
Murphys, CA...It’s time to celebrate Springtime at the 2020 Spring Swing, presented by the Calaveras Mentoring Foundation to raise funds for the Calaveras Youth Mentoring Program. Spring Swing is coming right up on Saturday, March 28, 2020 beginning at 5:30 pm at Ironstone Vineyards in Murphys.





Ironstone’s ballroom will be sparkling with festive decorations reminiscent of the era of Big Bands. Diners will enjoy a scrumptious... hearty buffet dinner catered by Lila & Sage. Some menu items include their signature Mac & Cheese, Good ‘Ol Meatloaf and Loaded Baked Potatoes. For everyone’s listening and dancing enjoyment, Rod Harris and the Columbia Kicks will deliver their distinctive style of Big Band dance music all evening long.

Master of Ceremonies, Dave Bowman, will host the evening’s entertainment, which also includes a live auction of exciting adventures in dining and travel. Auction items are still being created; generous bidders can anticipate competing for a Two-Night stay at Shenandoah Valley’s luxurious Grand Reserve Inn, a Two-Day Tuolumne River Rafting Trip for a family of four with O.A.R.S., a Gourmet Mexican Dinner for Twelve under the Arbor at Casa de Lucas and a sightseeing flight over and around the Motherlode among others.

Many wonderful sponsors are already supporting the Spring Swing, and more are always welcome. Some of the sponsors this year include Tad and Jane Bottomley-Winans, Mark Twain Medical Center, Calaveras County Office of Education., B.L.V. Insurance Services as well as friends of youth mentoring, Donna R. Shannon and Bill Senger.

Spring Swing reservations ($65 each) are available online via CalaverasMentoring.org, by contacting the Calaveras Mentoring Foundation at (209) 736-7706 or emailing CalaverasMentoringFoundation@gmail.com. Interested sponsors should contact Donna Shannon, President and sponsorship coordinator, at (209) 754-4997.

The Calaveras Mentoring Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness and funds for youth mentoring in Calaveras County. The Calaveras Youth Mentoring Program connects local youth with safe, positive mentors who offer lifelong friendship, opportunities and support to youth and young adults for making healthy life decisions. For more information about both the Calaveras Mentoring Foundation and the Calaveras Youth Mentoring Program, please visit CalaverasMentoring.org.

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05/15/2020 - Matt Stell Live in Concert May 15 at Frogtown
Angels Camp, CA(Frogtown, USA)..Matt Stell Live in Concert, May 15, 2020 brought to you by the Friends of the Fair. Get your tickets now, The first 5 folks to purchase Friday May 15 tickets online will receive a back stage pass to meet Matt. With hits like "Everywhere but On" and "Prayed for you", this promises to be a concert to remember. Don't delay. Tickets go on sale March 1, 2020. The concert is included with the price of Fair admission.

05/14/2020 - Your Award Winning Frogtown Hoedown is Coming May 14-17
Angels Camp, CA...(Frogtown, USA)..In January at the Western Fair's Association Convention the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee received 13 industry awards.


1ST PLACE
INSPIRING COLLABORATION – CARNIVAL EMPLOYEE PROGRAM
FAIRTIME EVENT – BUCKAROO EVENTS
CHILDREN’S PROGRAM- READING PROGRAM
GUEST SERVICES – PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CHAMBER
OUTDOOR SIGNAGE – “ENTERING FROG COUNTRY”
NONPROFITS – DERBY CAR

2ND PLACE
CRISIS MANAGEMENT – RAIN FAIR
INTERIM MARKETING – HISPANIC MARKETING
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT – PHOTO WITH FROG
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMING – POULTRY PALOOZA

3RD PLACE
SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN – FLASH SALE
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT – ENTERTAINMENT

SERVICE MEMBERS GOLD STAR AWARD


03/07/2020 - The 18th Annual "Love the Forest" Concert Will Rock Vallecito on March 7th!
Vallecito, CA...Mark your calendars for the 18th annual Love the Forest Concert at the Vida Buena Farms in Vallecito, Saturday, March 7th, beginning at 7pm. Expect the unexpected...from Bach to Rock, Ragtime to Swing and Billy Joel to Sting, it will be an evening of entertainment. Cantamos with Michela Macfarlane: Michela and Cantamos highlight their musical dexterity by moving from arias, traditional Latin songs, and musicals, to contemporary favorites. Their music moves seamlessly from English to Italian, Spanish to French, Portuguese to Hawaiian and back again. Michela Macfarlane spent ten years steeped exclusively in baroque music. To expand her singing world she moved to the realms of jazz, pop, and Latin sounds.


Michela (Vocals and Ukulele) is backed by Ron Schaner on (Bass and Vocal), Gunther Huse (Keyboards, Trumpet, and Vocal), Fred Treece (Guitar and Vocals), Ray Price (Drums), Ras Beeken Dan (Sax, Clarinet and Flute), Matt Albright (Trombone and Vocals) and Tonja Peterson (Vocals and Percussion).

Tickets Now available:
Tickets are $20 in advance or $30 at the door.
From one of the following outlets:
In Angels Camp: Manzanita Arts Emporium (1211 S Main St, Angels Camp);
In Arnold: SNAC (2293 HWY 4, Arnold);
In Murphys: Books on Main (416 Main St, Murphys), SNAC (448 Main St., Murphys), and Murphys Music Company (88 HWY4, Murphys).
03/01/2020 - Join Us to learn the history of California Big Trees Sunday, March 1, 2020
Angels Camp, CA...JOIN US IN THE Carriage House at the Museum, 1:30 p.m. refreshments, 2 - 3 p.m. lecture. The Angels Camp Museum Foundation invites you to join us for this very special lecture on Big Trees History by Joan Allday who is the historian and a docent for Big Trees State Park



Joan grew up in southern California and attended the University of California at Long Beach where she met her husband. After retiring from the Thousand Oaks School District she and her husband decided to move to the Sierras because of their love for backpacking and camping. Joan has also had a lifelong passion for California history and credits her grandmother for planting the “seed of historical curiosity in” her.

After moving to Arnold in 2011 Joan became immersed in Calaveras Big Trees State Park as a docent. Two years later, she was a director on the Association’s Board and is currently the Vice-President. Besides chairing events for the park, she is the park’s historian conducting oral interviews and overseeing the Park’s annual Discovery Day, held in July. Discovery Day introduces historical knowledge to park visitors through docent interpretation.

Joan always looks forward to meeting more people with a historical connection to Big Trees State Park. “Their stories are always fascinating!”

See you there!

Cost: Free for museum members, $10 non-members

Become a member and receive free entry to our annual lecture series and unlimited free admission to the museum for one year. Sign up today!
02/14/2020 - Support the Hospice of Amador & Calaveras in Their Take a Chance on Love Valentine's Drawing
Jackson, CA...Support the Hospice of Amador & Calaveras in Their Take a Chance on Love Valentine's Drawing. Our 11th Annual 'Take a Chance on Love' Valentine's Day Drawing will be held at our Jackson Thrift Store on Friday, Feb. 14 with KVGC broadcasting our winning tickets live as they're drawn! Support your local Hospice by purchasing tickets for this drawing!




Who We Are
Hospice of Amador & Calaveras is an independent, non-profit healthcare provider of end-of- life care,
and spiritual and psychological support to patients facing a terminal illness. Our grief support services
are available as a free resource to the entire community, including children.

Our interdisciplinary team includes doctors, registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, medical social
workers, spiritual care providers, hospice aides, and volunteers.

Hospice of Amador & Calaveras is licensed by the State of California Department of Health Services and
Medicare/MediCal certified. We receive financial support from Medicare, HMOs, MediCal and private
insurance providers. However, as an independent non-profit, we rely on the support of community
donors to eliminate the shortfalls that are not covered by insurance. In over 35 years, we have never
turned away a patient for the inability to pay.

We proudly serve Amador and Calaveras Counties.

Mission:

The mission of Hospice of Amador & Calaveras is to provide exceptional end-of- life care to everyone in
our community who needs it regardless of their ability to pay, and to educate and collaborate with
health care providers and community members at large in promoting exceptional end-of- life care.

Vision:

As a highly-skilled and compassionate team, our vision is to sustain and continually improve our ability
to provide extraordinary care in our community both today and into the future, so that members of our
community select Hospice of Amador & Calaveras as their preeminent choice for hospice care.

Values:

Active Listening
Compassion and Empathy
Quality and Excellence
Honesty and Trust
Appreciation
Professionalism and Accountability
02/10/2020 - Kindness Week in Calaveras County
San Andreas, CA...The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors to Proclaim the week of February 10th through February 15th, 2020 as Kindness Week in Calaveras County and further deem the County as a Random Acts of Kindness Zone


DISCUSSION/SUMMARY:
Seeds of Kindness was formed in 1994 in Angels Camp, spearheaded by Jim & Judy Bergantz, then owners of Bergantz Nursery.
A small group of local residents are working together to encourage and promote random acts of kindness throughout Calaveras County. In 1995, the Angels Camp City Council passed a proclamation that Angels Camp is a Kindness Zone. We are asking the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors to pass a county-wide Kindness Zone proclamation as well.

Our goal is to purchase 8,000 “Pass It On” kindness ribbons and support materials. This year, as in the past, the Seeds of Kindness project will encourage and work with Calaveras County schools, organizations and businesses to create an increased awareness for being kind. The light blue ribbons will be distributed county-wide; when a ribbon-bearer sees an act of kindness being done, they are to sign the back of the ribbon and pass it on. The idea is that the ribbons will encourage acts of kindness throughout the county.
Kindness donations will be used to purchase three miles of light blue ribbon, (to be displayed in and around buildings), 8,000 “Pass It On” ribbons and a large kindness banner for each elementary school in the county.

We invite everyone to join us in celebrating the 2020 Ripples of Kindness Project in Calaveras County February 10-15, 2020. To learn more about random acts of kindness activities, visit the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation website at www.actsofkindness.org.
02/19/2020 - James Dalton Medical Office Completed in Angels Camp! Ribbon Cutting & Dedication Feb. 19th!
Angels Camp, CA...Hometown health care is now state-of-the-art with completion of the James Dalton Medical Office. The new facility is part of Mark Twain Medical Center’s network of clinics and specialty centers serving Calaveras County communities. The facility at 590 Stanislaus Street has been approved for licensing by the State of California and will welcome its first patients on February 13, 2020. “This is a community effort,” says Doug Archer, President and CEO of MTMC. “It has taken over ten years to make this a reality and it would not have happened without the perseverance of the Mark Twain Medical Center Foundation. Through its generous donors, the Foundation has contributed $2.6 million for the $7.5 million project.”



“The power of caring for one another should never be overlooked,” he adds. “This project illustrates the power of friends and neighbors working together to better their community.”

“It is fitting that the facility is named for the late James Dalton, long-time Foundation board member with a vision for expanding local health care services. The Dalton Family are generous donors to this project.”
As a comprehensive health care clinic services will include primary care, including women and pediatric services, along with orthopedics, tele-psychiatrics, counseling services, laboratory and diagnostic imaging.

“The James Dalton Medical Office will offer residents of Angels Camp and neighboring communities on the Highway 4 corridor the opportunity to establish local health care relationships with primary care physicians,” Archer notes. “That is a key first step in achieving and maintaining good health.”

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About Mark Twain Medical Center
Founded in 1951, Mark Twain Medical Center is a 25-bed, critical access hospital providing inpatient acute care, outpatient services and emergency services. The Medical Center’s Medical Staff represents a broad range of specialties that ensure access to high quality medical care in a rural community. In addition to being a major provider of health services, Mark Twain Medical Center is also one of the area’s largest employers. More than 300 people are employed at the hospital and its five Family Medical Centers. The Medical Center is a member of Dignity Health and a part of CommonSpirit Health, one of the largest nonprofit health systems in the nation dedicated to advancing health for all and serving communities in 21 states. For more information, please visit our website at www.marktwainmedicalcenter.org. Mark Twain Medical Center is also on Facebook.
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