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Saturday, Dec 7
09:00 AM Mountain Christain Fellowship Annual Craft Fair & Holiday Boutique!
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!
02:00 PM Mountain Melody Women's Chorus Presents: "Holiday Belles"
02:00 PM Mountain Melody December Concerts in Angels Camp, Mokelumne Hill, Sutter Creek & Douglas Flat
02:00 PM Sierra Repertory Theatre's Production of Grease Runs Through December 15th
07:00 PM The Games Afoot
07:00 PM The Games Afoot at Murphys Creek Theatre Through December 15th
08:00 PM “Winterdance” – A Celtic Christmas Celebration” presented by Molly’s Revenge – with Celt
08:00 PM “Winterdance” – A Celtic Christmas Celebration” presented by Molly’s Revenge – with Celt
Sunday, Dec 8
All Day Our Sunday Edition with Local Features, Local Specials & More Every Sunday All Day Long!
All Day Stevenot Music on the Patio Every Sunday
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
02:00 PM The Games Afoot
02:00 PM Mountain Melody Women's Chorus Presents: "Holiday Belles"
02:00 PM Sierra Repertory Theatre's Production of Grease Runs Through December 15th
02:00 PM Mountain Melody December Concerts in Angels Camp, Mokelumne Hill, Sutter Creek & Douglas Flat
Tuesday, Dec 10
10:00 AM Calaveras Genealogical Society Meeting
10:00 AM Grief Support Classes Offered By Hospice of Amador & Calaveras
Wednesday, Dec 11
02:00 PM Sierra Repertory Theatre's Production of Grease Runs Through December 15th
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Meeting
Thursday, Dec 12
02:00 PM Sierra Repertory Theatre's Production of Grease Runs Through December 15th
07:00 PM The Games Afoot
07:00 PM The Games Afoot at Murphys Creek Theatre Through December 15th
Friday, Dec 13
02:00 PM Sierra Repertory Theatre's Production of Grease Runs Through December 15th
All Day The Games Afoot
07:00 PM The Games Afoot at Murphys Creek Theatre Through December 15th
08:00 PM Bob Malone Band – The Christmas Collection Live
Saturday, Dec 14
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 Chocolate Festival
02:00 PM Mountain Melody Women's Presents: "Holiday Belles"s"
02:00 PM Mountain Melody December Concerts in Angels Camp, Mokelumne Hill, Sutter Creek & Douglas Flat
Until 09:30 PM The Games Afoot
Sunday, Dec 15
All Day Our Sunday Edition with Local Features, Local Specials & More Every Sunday All Day Long!
All Day Stevenot Music on the Patio Every Sunday
10:00 AM Make Plans to Attend Moms, Mimosas & Muffins at Crafty Chicks & Co.
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Just in Time for the Holidays Horse Adoption on December 15th
02:00 PM The Games Afoot
02:00 PM Mountain Melody Women's Presents: "Holiday Belles"
02:00 PM Mountain Melody December Concerts in Angels Camp, Mokelumne Hill, Sutter Creek & Douglas Flat
02:00 PM Sierra Repertory Theatre's Production of Grease Runs Through December 15th
02:00 PM The Games Afoot at Murphys Creek Theatre Through December 15th
Tuesday, Dec 17
10:00 AM Grief Support Classes Offered By Hospice of Amador & Calaveras
Wednesday, Dec 18
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Meeting
Thursday, Dec 19
06:00 PM Studio 4 Dance Theater presents The Nutcracker
Friday, Dec 20
All Day Studio 4 Dance Theater presents The Nutcracker

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11/15/2019 - Calaveras Football Thanks the Seniors Event Tomorrow Night
Valley Springs, CA...Calaveras Football came to an abrupt end on Wednesday and assuming some folks around the county might be free Friday night due to that, stop by Brew’gers this Friday night to congratulate the 2019 Calaveras Football Team on a hard fought season. All players, coaches, family, students, alumni and general public who have supported us since the beginning we hope to see you there. Please help share this as it’s short notice of course. Thank you again for your continued support.


From Calaveras High School....

"Due to an unfortunate clerical error, the 2019 Calaveras Football season has come to an end. Unknowing to coaches and administrators in the Calaveras Football Organization an ineligible player played in the closing minutes of our first round playoff game this past Friday night. Therefore, Calaveras has been forced by the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section to forfeit the aforementioned contest ultimately ending the 2019 Football season for Calaveras Football.

First and foremost, we sincerely apologize to the the Calaveras Senior Football Players for this tragic mistake. As Football coaches we will be able to coach under the lights again, but for those seniors, they may never be under the bright lights again. Due to a minor infraction, these student athletes received the harshest punishment imaginable. It’s a ruling that truly does not match the infraction committed. Most of you seniors will never play this game again and we are truly sorry it ended this way.

Secondly, we would like to apologize to the parents, supporters and alumni of Calaveras Football. You’re unwavering support throughout the season for our players and coaches leaves us forever grateful. The moments experienced this season by these young men will be memories they carry with them for life. Thank you for the time and effort you put forth this season we are truly blessed as a coaching staff to have such a supportive community.

To close, the Calaveras Football Coaching Staff will do everything in its power to ensure something like this never happens again. Although we disagree with the results of this decision, we understand the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section’s stance in this matter. However, the error of a few must not infringe on a student athletes opportunity to pursue and achieve academic and athletic excellence.

Thank you to everyone involved in the Calaveras Football Program and the Calaveras Football Community for your continued support."
11/29/2019 - The 5th Annual Christmas in White Pines Parade of Lights!
White Pines, CA...The 5th Annual Christmas in White Pines Parade of Lights is November 29th! Enter a the parade or be a sponsor. Join us as we light up Blagen Rd and celebrate kicking off the holidays. Santa and Ms. Claus will be a the Gazebo at 6:00 pm to visit with the children and the parade starts at 7:00pm. Blagen Road will close at 6:50pm.
Hope you can join us.


Friday, November 29, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM
White Pines Community Park
Blagen Rd, Arnold, California 95223
Hosted by Christmas in White Pines parade of lights
11/16/2019 - Make Plans to Attend Angels Night Out on November 16th
Angels Camp, CA...Join us on Saturday, November 16th for our third Angels Night Out! This month we kick off the holiday season with a toy drive for Toys for Tots! Our downtown shops will be decked out for Christmas as well!


After hours fun begins at 5pm with live music, art, activities, food, shopping and more ~ inside and outside of participating downtown businesses. Hit the “INTERESTED” or GOING” button to keep up with sneak peeks and info on this awesome new monthly event!

Downtown is coming to life!!
11/16/2019 - Services This Saturday for EPFD Board Director, Veteran & Retired Battalion Chief Thomas J. Sullivan
Arnold, CA...It is with deep regret that the Ebbetts Pass Fire District must announce the passing of one of our Board of Directors Thomas J. Sullivan. Tom passed away on Saturday November 9, 2019 at his home in Arnold. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, November 16 at 1:00 PM at Ebbetts Pass Fire District Station 1, located at 1037 Blagen Road in Arnold, CA 95223.


After the funeral service, his wife, Jackie, and his family would like to invite you to celebrate the life of Tom Sullivan at a reception to be held at the Independence Hall located at 1445 Blagen Rd, Arnold, CA 95223. The Family has requested that anyone planning on attending the Celebration of Life to please R.S.V.P. by emailing Ebbetts Pass Fire District at epfd@epfd.org

Tom had served for over 24 years on the Board of Directors for the Ebbetts Pass Fire District. Tom was a Veteran of the United States Army and a retired Battalion Chief from Orange County Fire.

Tom started his career with Orange County Fire in 1960 retiring in 1987. In 1994, Tom became a Director for the Ebbetts Pass Fire District where his knowledge, guidance and direction helped to evolve our current Fire District.
11/12/2019 - 19th Annual Hospice of Amador & Calaveras Tree of Lights Memorial Celebration is December 5th
Jackson, CA...The 19th Annual Tree of Lights memorial celebration honoring loved ones who have passed will be held Thursday, December 5 at 5:30 p.m. at the Hospice administrative offices located at 1500 S. Hwy 49, in Jackson. Please join the Hospice team as they light their beautiful 14-ft. blue spruce, donated and planted last year by Chad and Erika Simmons of Simmons Landscape. This tree will serve as the agency’s Tree of Lights for years to come. After the opening welcome by Hospice Chaplain George Stathos, the evening will include music, candle lighting, reading of the names, lighting of the Tree of Lights and refreshments.


To commemorate a loved one on the Tree of Lights, please visit www.hospiceofamador.org and click on the event flier on the homepage. You may also download and print the flier our website or Facebook page and mail to HOAC at the address listed above or call our office at 223-5500. For each $15 donation, your loved one’s name will be included on the memorial board and read aloud at the ceremony. Each year, the Tree of Lights continues to grow, honoring our community’s loved ones who have passed.

As always, thank you for your continued support of Hospice of Amador & Calaveras, the two-county region’s only independent, non-profit hospice agency.

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11/30/2019 - Community Christmas Tree Lighting on November 30th at Big Trees Fitness & Smokehouse BBQ
Arnold, CA...Big Trees Fitness and Smokehouse BBQ and Event Center invite you to join us for an Arnold Community Christmas Tree Lighting on Saturday, November 30th at 6:00 PM. Santa will be here, and we'll have plenty of Holiday refreshments and goodies, so bring the family and celebrate the Season with us.


Our facility is a landmark in the Arnold, California area. After a period of inactivity for several years, we have recently refurbished the entire facility, purchased tons of new equipment, trained and certified staff, and have opened the most complete fitness facility in Calaveras County.

Come check us out. We feel you’ll see how reasonable our pricing is and want to join us. You are completely welcome to use the facility as a drop-in guest, and we welcome you just as much as any member. We hope to see you soon.
11/10/2019 - Greenhorn Creek Resort Has Special Offers for Veteran's Day
Angels Camp, CA...Greenhorn Creek Resort's Special Offers for Veteran's Day include a fee round of golf for veterans and active duty military. Greenhorn Creek Resort is located in Angels Camp, CA, the basecamp of the beautiful Central Sierra. The country club resort property, situated at 1,500 feet elevation is ideally situated for year-round golf. In the winter, the golf club resort is below the snow line, but above the Central Valley fog. In the spring and fall, guests enjoy a picturesque landscape and idyllic temperatures. On warmer days, there is nothing better than twilight golf, with discounted rates and spectacular long evenings capped off with a vintage glass of wine or an ice cold beer; it’s a picture-perfect time to hit the links.



Located in the historic Gold County, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. re-designed Greenhorn Creek's golf course to take full advantage of the historic landscape. The course wanders throughout the rolling foothills and 100-year old oak trees and features ancient structures, underground diggings, and artifacts of that golden era. With award-winning holes and numerous accolades, Greenhorn Creeks is a must play the golf course. Guests of Greenhorn Creek can enjoy on-site accommodations, including the unique five-bedroom Caddy Shack plus the award-winning Camps Restaurant, Greenhorn Creek is the perfect locale for a golf country club getaway!
11/10/2019 - Stevenot Music on the Patio is Every Sunday With "Brian Jirka" Entertaining You Today
Vallecito, CA...Stevenot Music on the Patio is Every Sunday.  Come join us today! We are open 11-5 & music from 1-4.  Mimosas for purchase Bring a picnic and your friends.


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.
11/12/2019 - You're Invited to the Pope Street Study Community Workshop!
San Andreas, CA...You're Invited to the Pope Street Study Community Workshop! Improving Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Around San Andreas Elementary is Our Top Priority! The Pope Street Study evaluates the feasibility of walking and biking facilities along Pope Street and Lewis Avenue in San Andreas, and to the San Andreas Elementary School.


At the meeting, the Calaveras Council of Governments will be presenting conceptual designs to the public. Those that attend will be given the opportunity to provide feedback and voice their concerns.

San Andreas Pope Street Study, TUESDAY, November 12, 2019, 4:30 - 6:30 pm at San Andreas Elementary Art Room (Room 17), 255 Lewis Ave, San, Andreas, CA 95249

Refreshments Will Be Served

For more information, visit our website
www.popestreetconnectivity.com

Amber Collins 209-754-2094 acollins@calacog.org
11/09/2019 - The CHS Thrift's Christmas Extravaganza Sale is This Weekend!!
Arnold, CA...The CHS Thrift's Christmas Extravaganza Sale is This Weekend! The Calaveras Humane Society Thrift Store in Arnold carries a variety of high-end used goods. Shoppers will find quality, like-new and gently-used clothing and accessories, household items and furnishings, vintage items and collectibles, jewelry, books, toys, branded CHS goods, and lots more. The merchandise changes frequently, so come in often and see what we have. You're sure to find some treasures.


Doing a little cleaning and decluttering? Looking to downsize? Moving? Your generous donations support the needs of the animals in our care. The store accepts like-new and gently used items of all sorts: clothing, housewares, collectibles, vintage items, books, jewelry, toys, furniture, media, and more. Your donations are appreciated!

Large and small donations are accepted up until 3pm on business days. You can even arrange to have large items picked up. If you have a large amount to donate or large items, or if you have any questions, please call the store or email chs@calaverashumane.org.
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