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< Saturday, October 21, 2017 >


All Day The Mark Twain Wild West Fest, All Day Street Fair on October 21st.
Angels Camp, CA...The Mark Twain Wild West Fest has been announced for Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 10 am to 5 pm, on Main Street in historic downtown Angels Camp. The whimsical Mark Twain Wild West Fest promises to be a living interpretation and celebration of the 19th Century Wild West Gold Rush-era of the Sierra Nevada Mother Lode. Featured are three stages of non-stop music, comedy and entertainment; roving street performers, magicians, jugglers, musicians, honky-tonk piano players and dance hall girls; beer, wine and food; as well as villains and damsels in distress; gold miners, their encampment and gold panning demonstrations; a flapjack breakfast; over 80 street vendors of all descriptions including arts and crafts. Admission and parking are FREE all day.


In addition, historical impersonators and re-enactors from great literary figures, entertainers and iconic personalities who made the American West great will be in attendance, including Mark Twain himself. Entertainment will also feature a children’s Gold Rush Village with interactive activities such as rope tying, lassoing, pie eating contest, fence painting, a liar’s contest, and other activities for adults and children of all ages.
This year, the Mark Twain Wild West Fest is offering raffle tickets for $10 each with the grand prize of Six Pure Gold Nuggets valued at approximately $5,800.00, or $3,000 Cash! Raffle tickets may be purchased at the Angels Camp Business Association, Calaveras Visitor Bureau and other locations throughout Angels Camp or at the festival. Raffle ticket sales support of the production of the 2017 Mark Twain Wild West Fest.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to attend in costume… Wild West, Western, Gold Rush, Edwardian, Victorian, Gothic and even Steampunk attire of the era. Costume Contests will be held in the Gold Rush Village.
VENDOR AND VOLUNTEER INFO:
Vendor space is currently available and range from $40 to $150 depending upon the nature of the business. To reserve, contact the Angels Camp Business Association at 209-736-1333 or email info@angelscampbusiness.com. Volunteers are needed for set-up and clean-up, parking, traffic control and other duties. Contact info@angelscampbusiness.com.
For additional event information and schedule of entertainment, visit: www.marktwainwildwestfest.com and for comprehensive visitor and lodging information, visit www.gocalaveras.com

• What: The Mark Twain Wild West Fest presented by the Angels Camp Business Association
• When: Saturday, October 21, 2017
• Time: 10 am to 5 pm – Street Festival
• Where: Highway 49, “Main Street” Angels Camp, California.
• Admission: FREE!
• Age: All Ages and 21+ to drink alcoholic beverages.
• Attire: Period costumes strongly encouraged. Wild West, Western, Gold Rush, Edwardian, Victorian, Gothic and even Steampunk.
• Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/marktwainwildwestfest
• Public Transportation and Parking: Complimentary shuttle service will be provided from 9:30 am to 5 pm from the parking lots at the Bret Harte High School Theater Parking Lot and
• St. Patrick’s Catholic Church
• Media Inquiries: Jessica Johnston – admin@angelscampbusiness.com
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
Mokelumne Hill, CA...Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, Dale Laitinen. Reception - Sunday, October 8, 2017 from 2-5 pm. Exhibition runs October 8 through November 26, 2017 At Petroglyphe Gallery 8317 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea is a celebration of Dale Laitinen's favorite places seen while crisscrossing the great state of California.  Laitinen states, "Twenty years ago my wife and I chose Mountain Ranch, uprooting home, studio, family and pets to a beautiful place tucked away in Calaveras County.  The now infamous Butte Fire swept through our area and destroyed all that we had built for those years.  Crossing California is a rising from the ashes exhibit as a way of moving forward from catastrophe."







In this exhibition, Dale Laitinen has chosen a multi medium way of depicting varied landscapes, employing water media, acrylics, and oils. He states, “Although my theme remains constant, my technical use of mediums is as diverse as California. Expect scenes of Tahoe, Yosemite and other Northern California locales…but also be prepared for some surprises.”

When Laitinen returns home to Northern California after traveling, teaching, and observing all over the country and abroad, he sighs in appreciation for all that is offered in this magnificent area. This is easily detected in the predominant subject matter of his work.

Dale Laitinen is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society and Watercolor West. He is a past juror of many national and regional exhibitions including Watercolor West, Kentucky Watercolor Society, Utah Watercolor Society, Watercolor Society of Oregon, Red River Watermedia Show, Magnum Opus and numerous others. Some of the periodicals featuring him have been Southwest Art Magazine, The Artist’s Magazine, Watercolor Magic, Watercolor Magazine, and Drawingboard Magazine.

Marisa Chaffey and Denise Ebbett, owners of Petroglyphe Gallery share, “It has been an honor to represent Dale Laitinen and his fine art since our opening in 2011.This exhibit is an opportunity for Mr. Laitinen to share his newest collection since the Butte Fire. We look forward to unveiling these stunning works, which showcase his talent for both Sierra landscapes and Coastal landscapes.”

Reception and Demonstration at Petroglyphe Gallery, Sunday, October 8, 2017, from 2-5pm. Watch artist Dale Laitinen at work and visit with him to learn more about his process and the inspiration behind his new collection.

Wine and cheese will be served. There will be a free drawing for a $50 Gift Certificate to the gallery.
02:00 PM - 04:00 PM "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
The third session in this series offers new activities to unearth the often-hidden golden nuggets of remembrances. Teacher-guide Sally Kaplan, writer, editor, and film and television producer, leads participants in writing exercises to remember specific places, relationships to historical events, and reveal the individuality of each life story. In a relaxed cooperative workshop setting, participants spend time in the recall and writing of memories. A focus on Calaveras County, its history and participants’ place in it, serves as the overarching theme.
This project has been made possible through a generous grant from the Calaveras Community Foundation.
Classes on Wednesdays October 4,11,18,25
04:00 PM Harvest Happy Hour at Milliaire Winery on October 21st
Murphys, CA...Another popular Harvest Happy Hour from 4-6pm on our back patio with featured local musician Ras Beeken Dan A.K.A Mini Dean Fraser. Enjoy a generous glass of wine or sample a collection all while sitting under a fig tree adorned with sparkling cafe lights. A truly romantic atmosphere!


9/30/17- Blu Cidity
10/14/17- Jerry McKay
10/21/17- Ras Beeken Dan
10/28/17- Bart Vogel


07:00 PM Last of the Red Hot Lovers Now Playing at Murphys Creek Theatre
Murphys, CA...Curmi returns in October as director of Last of the Red Hot Lovers, written by Neil Simon and starring David Barbaree from October 6 to October 22. Last of the Red Hot Lovers follows the story of Barney Cashman, a seafood restaurateur who is deep in the throes of a mounting midlife crisis.




It’s 1969 and the sexual revolution is passing him by with alarming speed. But Barney is determined to catch up to the times, so he borrows his mother’s empty apartment for a series of afternoon encounters. In three hilarious scenes, we witness Barney’s attempts to discover his inner Don Juan with the help of an unlikely parade of possible partners.

**Contains Mild Adult Themes and Recommended for Adult Audiences

October 6th-22nd : Fridays and Saturdays at 7PM, Sundays at 2PM
Tickets: ​$20 for students and seniors, $22 adults

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