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Saturday, Jun 15
All Day New Melones Lake Marina Presents Hyperlite Wake Weekend! June 14 - 16th
All Day Huge Parking Lot Sale at Habitat for Humanity's ReStore on June 15th!
All Day What's Happening in Murphys Through June 18th
All Day The 53rd Annual Father's Day Fly-In at Columbia Airport
All Day The Hopper Connects You to Calaveras's Wine Country & More
09:00 AM The 8th Annual Arden Saville Memorial Ride
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!
12:00 PM State of Jefferson Family Fun Day & Fundraiser
06:00 PM The Bistro Espresso, "Music in the Park" Summer Concert Series
06:00 PM The Free Radicals in The Beer Gardens at Camp Connell General Store‎
07:00 PM The Sequoia Woods 2019 Music in The Mountains Summer Concert Series
07:30 PM The Bear Boogie Band Tonight at Sequoia Woods
Sunday, Jun 16
All Day New Melones Lake Marina Presents Hyperlite Wake Weekend! June 14 - 16th
All Day What's Happening in Murphys Through June 18th
All Day The 53rd Annual Father's Day Fly-In at Columbia Airport
07:30 AM All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast by Native Sons of the Golden West
11:00 AM Sunday Father's Day Music on the Patio at Stevenot Winery
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
Monday, Jun 17
All Day What's Happening in Murphys Through June 18th
09:30 AM "Better Together" Social Skills Camp at Mind Matters
Tuesday, Jun 18
All Day What's Happening in Murphys Through June 18th
All Day "Better Together" Social Skills Camp at Mind Matters
10:00 AM Grief Support Classes Offered By Hospice of Amador & Calaveras
06:00 PM The 2019 "Taco Tuesdays" Concert Series at Bistro Espresso
06:30 PM The Amador Fly Fishers Monthly Meeting is June 18, 2019 at 6:30 PM
Wednesday, Jun 19
All Day "Better Together" Social Skills Camp at Mind Matters
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Meeting
Thursday, Jun 20
Until 12:30 PM "Better Together" Social Skills Camp at Mind Matters
04:00 PM CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Market Opens June 13th in San Andreas
Saturday, Jun 22
All Day The Hopper Connects You to Calaveras's Wine Country & More
10:00 AM Senior Expo and Health Fair - Arnold Branch Library
10:00 AM Arnold Senior Expo & Health Fair 2019
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!
06:00 PM The Music & Minds Matter Benefit Concert at Twisted Oak
06:00 PM Rain Delay! THE PARTY for Youth Mentoring Will Now Take Place Saturday, June 22, 2019
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, Jun 23
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
Monday, Jun 24
05:30 PM Painting With Pandora at the Metropolitan
Tuesday, Jun 25
All Day California Arts Council To Visit San Andreas to Hold Quarterly Business Meeting
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, Jun 26
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Meeting
Thursday, Jun 27
04:00 PM CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Market Opens June 13th in San Andreas
Friday, Jun 28
11:00 AM A Plan 4 Me Free Health Seminar on Oral Health Practices, June 28th at 11am.

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06/24/2019 - Painting With Pandora at the Metropolitan
San Andreas, CA...Paint and Sip classes offered the last Monday of the month. Featuring local artist, Pandora Muetterties. Your $30 admission provides you with a canvas, easel, paint, brushes, wine and appetizers! Seating is limited, so make your reservations now! Sign up now for the class on Monday, June 24, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM


In 1994, Cyndie Hoffman (Klorer) was involved in her first theatrical production out of high school at the historic Metropolitan Theater in San Andreas. Once bitten by the theater bug, she was smitten. Not only with the art of theater, but with the beautiful facility at 59 Main Street in San Andreas. For many years to come, Cyndie would dream of running a theater of her own.

In the meantime, Benjamin Klorer, a young man in Germany was running a kiosk, which consisted of a bar, restaurant, mini golf course, small lake, and volley ball court. Who could have ever known that in 2012 the two would meet and start a partnership that would lead to Fourth Wall Entertainment Troupe conducting business at the Metropolitan in San Andreas, California?

Cyndie has over 30 years experience in theater arts and is certified in Arts Management through UC Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business in association with the Claire Trevor School of the Arts. Benjamin majored in business in Germany and is a Merchant of Wholesale and Trade. It only made sense for the two to join forces, not only in marriage, but in business!

Together they began a journey to bring some culture to their little town in the foothills. A vision was born:

Fourth Wall Entertainment Troupe provides interactive theatrical experiences by producing quality entertainment through drama, dance, music, comedy and culture. We endeavor to support our community and enlighten audiences with whimsical live theatre.

Ben and Cyndie had a dream, and are making it come true! Part of their mission is to support local businesses by employing local artists, serving local wines, hiring local staff, encouraging local artists, and cultivating knowledge of local history. They hope to bring patronage to our community from all over California. The restaurant at The Metropolitan is open Monday through Friday, 11:30 am - 4:00 pm. Fourth Wall Entertainment Troupe events are on the weekends.


Fourth Wall Entertainment
www.4thwalltroupe.com
www.calaverasmet.com

Metropolitan
59 Main St, San Andreas, California 95249
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06/15/2019 - The Free Radicals in The Beer Gardens at Camp Connell General Store‎
Camp Connell, CA...Join us creekside for great food, music, and good times. The Free Radicals in The Beer Gardens at Camp Connell General Store‎.


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"I went into a General Store, they wouldn't let me buy anything specific..." Comedian Steven Wright


The story of Camp Connell Continues with Camp Connell General Store & The Beer Garden. Owner Dan Tulipani and his crew show what Mountain Life is all about.

The Camp Connell of today was largely influenced by the surging popularity of auto travel through the mountains inspired when Dr. D. Sargent of Angels Camp became the first to drive an automobile over Ebbetts Pass in 1908. Family camping was destined to become an extremely popular recreational activity To meet those demands, Jack Connell began construction of a campground, cabins, general store and gas pumps in 1928. He and his wife named their endeavor "Camp Connell". Opened for business in 1929, the general store and gas station have been in operation ever since. The Connell's continued to expand the store and added a café to serve the increasing number of visitors. By 1934 the Post Office was moved to the store and became "Camp Connell Station". The store was a local gathering place where local residents and vacationers alike would come to share news and leave messages, much as it is today. Occasionally, Circuit Court was convened in the building. Monte Wolfe, Art and Harry Schimke, the Whittles, Hunts, Tryons, Lombardis, and Airolas were frequent visitors.

While the popularity of the general store and café continued, the campground was closed in 1949 and the property was subdivided into lots selling for $600 each. The cabins remained as part of Camp Connell until the 1960's, when the highway was realigned to accommodate the ski resort and village at Bear Valley, as well as the development of Big Trees Village. The old highway became the current two accesses to Camp Connell and the property has stayed much the same ever since.

Today the Camp Connell General Store is one of the oldest Chevron stations in California as well as the longest continuously operated retail business between Murphys and Markleeville. It is a popular stop for visitors and a cherished part of the local community."
06/15/2019 - The Bear Boogie Band Tonight at Sequoia Woods
Arnold, CA...We're happy to announce more live music tonight, on the patio! Come listen and dance to The Bear Boogie Band, playing here for the first time. Bar food available from 6:30 to 9:00pm. Open seating, no cover charge. Sequoia Woods Country Club has a complete summer music schedule to keep you entertained all summer long.  Sequoia Woods Country Club is located on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains, roughly between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park, at an elevation of 4000 feet. The club house is open to the public, with a bar and lounge, dining room and seasonal deli. The beautiful setting can be enjoyed from indoors or outside on the deck, with a view down the main tree-lined golf fairway.



The bar serves food several evenings each week and the restaurant is open for dinner every weekend. The dinner menu has a perfect variety of traditional favorites, with creative and contemporary preparations, and our guests marvel at the quality of cuisine to be found here, in this little mountain hamlet. There is dancing in the lounge every Saturday night, with a DJ or frequent live bands. The deli opens its windows to the deck for an extended summer season, with tasty sandwiches, salads and hot specials. Special group events find our venue especially accommodating and fun. This is a truly lovely place to enjoy good food, good friends and good scenery.
06/16/2019 - Sunday Father's Day Music on the Patio at Stevenot Winery
Vallecito, CA...Come bring a picnic and celebrate Fathers Day on the patio with music by Nicholas Lefler from 1-4 and wine by the glass or bottle and a mimosas for purchase.


On January 16, 2019 the Oliveto Family purchased the former location of Irish Vineyards in Vallecito, CA. This is the now the location of the Stevenot Winery production facility as well as a second Tasting Room currently opened every Saturday and Sunday. “We are excited to have this opportunity to move the production facility back to Calaveras County and to be close to Murphys.” stated Jon Oliveto, President and Production Manager for Stevenot Winery. With everyone in the company living in Murphys it made sense to pursue the opportunity. Over the past few months the Oliveto family has started on the complete remodeling to include the winery and tasting room as well as the historic Batten House. “We have so many plans including more parties and bringing live music to this venue. On weekends we will have winery and vineyard tours including barrel tastings.” said Lorraine Oliveto, Tasting Room Manager for both locations. Stevenot will be doing their crush in the new location and then begin production shortly after that working with Stevenot’s Winemaker, Nancy Steel. Stay tuned and look for more information on events and the Grand Opening!

More about the history of Stevenot Winery and the Oliveto Family . . . . .
Wine, gold, history, and heritage are all part of the rich and colorful tradition that is Stevenot Winery. With a new Winery Property and Tasting Room located in Vallecito and the Tasting Room on Main Street located in downtown Murphys, in the heart of the Sierra Foothills of Calaveras County, Stevenot’s beginnings hark back long before their first release of wine in 1979.

The first Stevenots came to the area during the great Gold Rush of the mid 1800’s. During that time vineyards began cropping up throughout the region as miners from France, Germany, and Italy were creating a demand for wine on an unprecedented scale. At one time the Sierra Foothills rivaled the areas of Napa and Sonoma combined in vineyard acreage with over 100 wineries established.

Although the industry eventually declined with the advent of prohibition, it wasn’t long before a fifth generation member of the Stevenot family took up where his family had left off and established the winery in the late 1970’s. Recognized as one of the pioneers of the rebirth of wine production in the Sierra Foothills, Stevenot Winery quickly secured its reputation for producing world class wines and for their innovative and award winning style.


A New Generation
On February 10, 2010 Oliveto Distributing, Inc. became the proud new owner of Stevenot Wines, operating the Stevenot Tasting Room on Murphys’ Main Street, as well as the Stevenot Wine Club. Brothers Jon Oliveto and David Oliveto are the Owners of the well-respected and long-standing distribution company previously based out of Sutter Creek and now located in Vallecito. “We are very honored and excited to have this opportunity!” exclaims David Oliveto, Vice President of Stevenot Winery. “We want to carry on the tradition of Barden Stevenot and grow the business. Stevenot has always been a quality brand, well respected in the community and has always sold very well. This compliments the wine in the bottle.” The Oliveto family has distributed Stevenot wines since the early 1980’s, when White Zinfandel was their best seller. “It’s all about quality.” adds Jon. “We have been in the distribution business our whole lives and will continue to focus on wine making.”

Oliveto Family History
Born and raised in Jackson, Jon and David began working at very early ages, with their father Ross Oliveto’s milk distributing business which opened in the late 1960’s. With close to 50 years in the industry serving the region, the Oliveto family knows the business and the community well.
In 1979 the milk distribution company was sold and the Oliveto family went into the beer and soft drink distribution business serving Calaveras, Amador and Tuolumne counties. In the early 1980’s a wine division was added. The company was honored with the Miller Masters award in the early 1990’s, placing them in the top seven distributors in the United States. They were also awarded the High Life Achievement by Miller Brewing Company in 2002 and 2003, given to the top 40 distributors out of a roster of 450 companies.

The community has embraced Jon and David with open arms. “It surprises us how excited people are about our new venture.” Jon said. “We are receiving overwhelming support.”

Jon and his wife Lori now live in Murphys. David has lived in Calaveras County for 20 years and resides in Murphys with his wife, Lorraine. Daughters Elizabeth and Brooke (with her husband Robert and newborn son Cashton) are also residents of Murphys.

The Oliveto family welcomes and encourages your comments, suggestions and input.


Event occurs on 06/09/2019 from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM.
06/15/2019 - The 53rd Annual Father's Day Fly-In at Columbia Airport
Columbia, CA...Columbia Airport will celebrate its 53rd annual Fly-In over the weekend. Events for both the young and older, brings inspiration to all and sparks memories in those who have attended the fly-in as well as those who served our country. Pilots look forward to bringing their beautiful, historic aircraft to our fly-in, a family friendly event complete with children's activities and live music. The event will host plane demonstrations, static displays, plane/car races, and much more! Sponsored by the Columbia Airport.  The Full Schedule is enclosed...


Schedule of Events - Saturday
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7:00 am to 11:00 am - Pancake Breakfast
Boy Scout Troop 570 will be serving up a pancake breakfast in the campground for just $8.00/person.

8:00 am - Admission Gates Open
Admission is $5.00/person. Children aged 12 and younger are free.

9:00 - Vendor Booths Open & Rides Begin
At this year's event, there will be B25, and tethered hot air balloon rides available!

To Reserve a B25 Flight, information can be found:

http://www.aafgroup.org/flight-experience.html

11:30 am to 3:00 pm - Runway Closed for Aerial Demonstrations & Car Drag Racing
If you are flying in, we suggest you try to arrive before 11:30. Temporary tower frequency for the event is 134.7.

3:00 -3:30 pm - Flour bombing & Spot Landing Contest
Sign-ups and information for those who wish to compete will be available at the Info Booth.

5:00 - Saturday Night Dinner
Cazadora will be catering this year's Saturday night dinner!

We are not pre-selling dinner tickets, those will be available at the event, on a first come first served basis! Cost is $12 per plate.

Schedule of Events - Sunday
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7:00 am to 11:00 am - Pancake Breakfast
Boy Scout Troop 570 will be serving up a pancake breakfast in the campground for just $8.00/person.

8:00 am - Admission Gates Open
Admission is $20.00/car or for attendees who walk-in admission is $5.00/person. Children 12 and younger are free.

9:00 am - Vendor Booths Open & Rides Begin
At this year's event, there will be B25, and tethered hot air balloon rides available!

To Reserve a B25 Flight, information can be found:

http://www.aafgroup.org/flight-experience.html

11:30 am to 3:00 pm - Runway Closed for Aerial Demonstrations & Car Drag Racing
If you are flying in we suggest you arrive before 11:30. The temporary tower will open at 9:00 am. Temporary tower frequency will be 134.7.
06/14/2019 - (Starts Tonight in Valley Springs) Calaveras County Arts Council Brings New Dates, New Venues, New B
San Andreas, CA...This summer the Calaveras County Arts Council will shake, rattle and roll summer nights with four new dates and two new venues for their signature admission-free Music in the Parks concert series. In 2019 the Council is shifting four of their weekly concerts to Friday nights—June 14, 21 and August 16 and 23. Wednesday nights—From June 26 to August 7—will ring with music. The time is still the same—6:30 to 8 p.m.—for all concerts. Also new this year: An art table at each concert, where kids of all ages can enjoy a different art experience each week, free of charge, while they listen to music.












While the traditional Wednesday night concerts have been popular, according to Executive Director Kathy Mazzaferro, “after much discussion, the board of directors decided that Music in the Parks would benefit from changing it up. Having looked at our programs for more than 25 years, we wondered, would Friday nights be more fun? Are there new venues we might want to explore? The only way to find out is to take a leap of faith and jump in with four Friday nights of music this summer.”

“We are particularly excited about our new venue in Valley Springs at the Observation Point Picnic Shelter at New Hogan Reservoir Outlook. It’s such a beautiful venue overlooking the lake. And this particular year the lake is full.” It’s a perfect spot for a Friday night concert (June 14), and the Sky Kings will fill the landscape with their blend of clear vocal harmonies and lush instrumentations that includes a horn section, pedal steel, and a world class rhythm section. They pay tribute to the early California country/rock scene with songs from artists like CSN, The Byrds, and Jackson Browne. But they’re not just a cover band; they blend original material seamlessly into their show. On Friday night, June 14th, you can let the kids play in the onsite playground while you relax and watch the night come up over the lake and sing along to the Sky Kings.

On Friday June 21, the sounds of Brazilian choro music by the new band Sambossa will transport you to the Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro—actually, Brice Station Vineyards above Murphys—with their soft melodic jazz with a compelling beat. A blend of European music and Afro-Brazilian percussion, it’s reminiscent of tango, bossa nova, and samba music; choro took the 19th century by storm and has never grown old. No offsite alcohol is allowed, but there will be wine and beer for sale and desserts from Red Apple to round out your picnic.

On Wednesday, June 26, Utica Park in Angels Camp will rock with local singer Brian Jirka and the Cabby Band. The band performs a mixture of soul, blues, rock, funk and even a pinch of reggae and country. On Wednesday June 10, the Stompbox Band will punch a hole in the air at Shutter Tree Park in Mokelumne Hill with covers people love to dance to. The Moke Hill Lions Club will be serving pie and ice cream so you can keep your energy up. If you haven’t heard the band’s powerhouse lead vocalist Kerry Tweedy belt out song after song, then you’re in for a treat. Hold on to your hair!

The next concert is on Wednesday July 17 at the Mountain Ranch Community Park. The Kool Shifters Band has a dance tune for everyone, and they’ll be playing 60s, 70s and 80s rhythm and blues and rock as well as country, and swing. Come early to this concert and enjoy a chicken barbecue dinner to help out the Mountain Ranch Youth Alliance; bring a donation of canned food or other shelf-stable donation for the food pantry in exchange for a free dessert.

On Wednesday July 24 Rail Road Flat enjoys the Random Strangers’ blend of classic country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass, R&B and blues—a genre they call Rocking Americana. They deliver dynamite picking, smooth harmonies, blistering ballads, and foot stomping romps. The site is an elementary school, so it’s a zero-tolerance zone; no alcohol or drugs are allowed.

Last year the San Andreas concert moved into the town hall to escape the heat and the smoke. Everyone enjoyed it so much that the Arts Council is going to do it again this year on Wednesday July 31. Jana & Leroy will cool the air even more with their chill jazz, sultry blues, and bright pop music.

On Wednesday August 7, Michaela Macfarlane and Cantamos plays world music at Murphys Community park. It’s hard to pin them to any one genre; the band shifts seamlessly across the world music landscape, playing 1960s kitsch like These Boots Are Made For Walking (in French!) as well as rollicking Aretha Franklin covers.

When you take Celtic, Spanish, and Italian Music, and mix it up, you get the true nature of the Black Irish Band. They’ll play their upbeat brand of traditional and original folk music on Friday August 16 at Copperopolis (now known as The Square at Copper Valley).

Music in the Parks will close out summer in Arnold at Cedar Center on Friday August 23 with The Fixins, an up-and-coming Americana jam band based out of San Francisco that plays an original mix of folk, funk, roots, and blues music. They’ve been lighting up the Bay Area music scene with electrifying sets that capture the energy of the 60s and 70s rock and folk scenes. It’s just the way to turn down the lights on summer and welcome in fall.
06/13/2019 - What's Happening in Murphys Through June 18th
Murphys, CA...What’s Happening June 11-18, 2019. Try out the Saturday Hopper bus service running between Valley Springs and Arnold with stops in Murphys & Ironstone from February to October. Enjoy a day in Murphys and leave the driving to Calaveras Transit! Saturdays in Murphys - Walking Tours of Historic Downtown Murphys are available at no charge (donations gratefully accepted) on Saturday mornings at 10am leaving from the Old Timers Museum. Please contact Tim Chisholm at (209) 728-8511 to confirm dates and times or make arrangements for large groups. No tours on event days! Thursdays & Saturdays from June through November – Ballroom Dancing Classes at Murphys School of Music – Come alone or with a friend. No sign-ups or monthly commitment - Call 209-813-0696 for dates and times.


June 13, 2019 – Thriving Every Other Thursday at Outer Aisle - Every other Thursday we celebrate diversity, nutrition, and artistry – you can enjoy a meal and shop the produce market beginning at 6 pm. Call 209-728-1164 for more information or visit outeraislefoods.com

June 13-15, 2019 – Murphys Irish Pub gets Lively on Thursday - Saturday nights from 6:30-9:30 pm.

June 14, 2019 – Grover Anderson & The Lampoliers at the Jazz Cellars Tasting Room – 4-7 pm

June 14, 2019 – Totally Twisted Fridays at the Twisted Oak Tasting Room on Main Street - Another great night in The Enchanted Garden! Excited to have Rachael Wilson perform again!!! A very talented young lady. Enjoy the delicious Tri Tipery Food Truck parked out front and Twisted Oak yummy wines! See you there from 5-8pm!!

June 14, 2019 – FM on The Green with the Bear Boogie Band – Join us at the Forest Meadows Golf Course from 6-8pm for the 2019 Concert Series! 633 Forest Meadows Drive - No cover! Beer, wine and BBQ meals available for purchase. No outside food or beverages. Bring a chair. Carpooling is good! Great music! Great people! Great time!

June 14, 2019 – Friday Night Music at Alchemy – Two For The Road will be performing from 6:00pm-8:30pm. Call (209) 728-0700 for reservations.

June 15, 2019 – Live Music at the Jazz Cellars Tasting Room – 2-5pm with Terra & Keith

June 16, 2019 – Sunday Funday Mimosas at Milliaire Tasting Room - Celebrate the bubbly side of Milliaire! Enjoy a Mimosa out on our Creekside Patio or in our Tasting Room and start your Sunday off right. Cheers!

June 16, 2019 – All You Can Eat Breakfast at the Native Sons Hall - Native Sons of the Golden West Monthly Breakfast – Chispa Parlor will serve an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast at the Native Sons Hall from 7:30 to 11:30 am. Served on the third Sunday of each month. For more information, call 209-728-8902.

June 15, 2019 – Terra & Keith at the Jazz Cellars Tasting Room – Live music and great wine from 2-5pm.

June 15, 2019 – Grover Anderson at Bistro Espresso in Arnold – 6-9 pm

June 17, 2019 – Live Music at Rob’s Place – Rob’s Place is so excited to announce that summer music will be starting up again! Nate Nathan Keyboard and vocals and the incredibly talented Nick Lefler guitar will be playing the in rotation every Monday from 5-8pm. Come hear both acts and enjoy some outdoor dining for a very musical Summer.

June 18, 2019 – Winemakers Night at Alchemy - Enjoy live music by Ras Beeken Dan while sipping Milliaire wines from 5:30-8pm. Call (209) 728-0700 for reservations.

June 18, 2019 – Taco Tuesdays at the Hovey Lawn - Every Tuesday from 5-8 pm, all summer long, for great wine, wonderful friends and yummy food. Who needs to cook when someone else can do it for you?
Visit MurphysLiveMusic on Facebook for more events from Copperopolis to Bear Valley.
06/13/2019 - CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Market Opens June 13th in San Andreas
San Andreas, CA...The 2019 season of CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Markets opens Thursday, June 13th in the UCCE Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden at Government Center, 891 Mountain Ranch Road, San Andreas. By popular demand, this year the market will be open weekly. The main market will take place on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 4 -6pm (June 13th, July 11th, August 8th, September 12th and October 10th) featuring local growers and vendors, live music from Vintage Vibrations and family-friendly activities for kids. In the weeks between, CalaverasGROWN will operate a farm stand in the same location offering many of the same products from CalaverasGROWN producers as well as a pick-up option for special orders. Dignity Health inn Head cote, This event is sponsored by Mark Twain Medical Center


Products include: • Fresh vegetables & herbs • Olive Oil • Honey, jams & mustards • Eggs • Locally roasted coffee • Fresh flowers • Ornamental, vegetable & herb plants • Soaps, lotions, body butters & more...

Eating healthy is easier when you have access to fresh, affordable choices. This market accepts EBT, WIC and Senior FVC and FMNP checks. Thanks to a grant from Mark Twain Health Care District, EBT, WIC and Senior FMNP customers will receive double the amount of their benefits to spend on fruits and vegetables at the market.
For more information contact the Market Manager, Odile Morrison at (209) 256-6506 or odmo@comcast.net
06/25/2019 - California Arts Council To Visit San Andreas to Hold Quarterly Business Meeting
San Andreas, CA...The Calaveras County Arts Council is deeply honored to be invited to host a meeting of the California Arts Council (CAC), a California state organization whose mission is to advance California through the arts and creativity. The CAC, through grants and initiatives, helps support arts programs that benefit communities like Calaveras County.


This will be an all-day working meeting for the CAC board and staff; one of the agenda items scheduled will be a vote on allocations for two grant programs—State-Local Partners and Statewide and Regional Networks—for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.

The public is invited and encouraged to attend. According to Kathy Mazzaferro, executive director of the Calaveras County Arts Council, “It’s a great opportunity for our citizens to find out more without having to travel to Sacramento. I’m a firm believer that the more transparency in government, the better. If you want a better understanding of the inner workings of the California Arts Council, this is your chance.”

The members of the California Arts Council meet throughout the state approximately five times each year. All meetings are open to the public and are held in various locations around California to encourage broad and diverse attendance. The meetings are governed by the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act of 2004. Agendas are posted on the California Arts Council website no later than ten days prior to the meeting date, and minutes are posted once approved by the Council (minutes for each meeting are normally approved at the next meeting).

“We welcome the opportunity to share the challenges of the arts in rural California,” Mazzaferro said. “We have unique challenges with our rural economy, such as the lack of industry and jobs, limited public transportation. At the same time, we are so blessed with the talent of our artists and performers in Calaveras County.”

“To know that the state arts council is not only willing, but that they want to take the time to visit different areas so that the entire state can better understand what they do is inspiring.”

The meeting will be held at the Calaveras Performing Arts Center (CPAC) at Calaveras High School in San Andreas on Tuesday, June 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. As there will be no time for CAC members to visit our Gallery Store, art from the annual summer gallery show will be on display at the performing arts center while the meeting is in session.

Tuesday, June 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Calaveras Performing Arts Center at Calaveras High School in San Andreas

For more information, contact Calaverasarts.org or 209/754-1774.
06/28/2019 - A Plan 4 Me Free Health Seminar on Oral Health Practices, June 28th at 11am.
San Andreas, CA...The Essential for Overall Good Health. The Importance of Oral Health. Learn how to maintain good oral health practices. Presented by Kelsey Holmes of Calaveras County Public Health. This important Free seminar can affect your physical, emotional & financial well-being. From youngster to senior, most oral health issues are preventable with proper knowledge and access dental care.


Mark Twain Medical Center (MTMC), founded in 1951, is located at 768 Mountain Ranch Road, San Andreas, CA. It became a member of Dignity Health, formerly Catholic Healthcare West, in 1996. The facility is a not-for-profit, 25-bed Critical Access Hospital serving all of Calaveras County, California. Over 300 employees provide the necessary services.

The hospital’s services include 24-hour Emergency Services; Inpatient/Outpatient Surgery; Intensive Care Unit; Medical and Surgical Units; General X-ray, Ultrasound, Mammography, CT Scan, MRI and Nuclear Medicine; Respiratory Therapy Services; Cancer/Infusion Center; Orthopedic Center, Gastroenterology Center, Physical Therapy Services; Inpatient Skilled Rehabilitation; Full Service Clinical Lab; Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation; and Health Education.

MTMC’s affiliated medical staff provide Family Practice, Allergy, Alternative Medicine, Hematology, Internal Medicine, Pathology, Psychology, Pediatrics, Gastroenterology, Gynecology, Orthopedic Surgery, General Surgery, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, Podiatry, Allergy, Behavioral Health, Dermatology, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Neurology, Pain Management, Emergency Medicine, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cardiology and Pulmonary Medicine.

Access to care in the county is further supported by five MTMC’s Medical Centers located in Arnold, Angels Camp, Copperopolis, San Andreas, and Valley Springs. Services at these Ambulatory Centers include Immediate Care, Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Occupational Health, Pediatrics, General X-ray, Laboratory Draws and Health Education. Additionally, MTMC now also operates four Specialty Care Centers: in Angels Camp for Orthopedics and in San Andreas on the Medical Center campus for Cancer and Infusion Therapy, and Gastroenterology Specialty Care.

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