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11/29/2017 - Order Your Fresh Christmas Wreaths & Support Bret Harte Grad Night!
Murphys, CA...Order Your Fresh Christmas Wreaths & Support Bret Harte Grad Night!

11/20/2017 - Angels Camp Rings in the Holidays with Silver Bells
Angels Camp, CA...The Angels Camp Business Association presents the grand kick-off to local holiday celebrations on Saturday, Nov. 25 with the sixth annual Christmas of Angels Open House and Wine Stroll from 4 to 8 p.m. and the 27th annual Parade of Lights beginning at 5 p.m. in historic downtown Angels Camp, rain or shine. The theme for this year’s holiday festivities - “City of Angels Winter Wonderland.”


“This evening full of cheer is sure to get you in the holiday spirit! We are dedicated to making this an event that is fun for the whole family. Between the decorations, lights, caroling, Santa and the parade, it really gets you in the holiday spirit, plus you get to cross many items off your Christmas shopping list knowing you’re supporting the local economy,” exclaimed Marilyn Smith, ACBA Board Member and this year’s coordinator of Christmas events.

The festivities will begin at the annual Bough Making Party Nov. 20 starting at 5:30 p.m. at Wayne and Son Automotive, 329 N. Main St., Angels Camp. Refreshments will be served and bough makers are encouraged to bring gloves and wire cutters. Every year volunteers make over two hundred boughs using fresh forest greens and big red bows that are hung on poles from the North end of town to the very end of South Main Street.

During the Open House, Historic Downtown Main Street merchants will be offering a number of special discounts starting at 4 p.m., as well as festive treats and beverages, and local wineries will be offering tastings. Commemorative glasses can be purchased for $5. The holiday ambiance is enhanced by caroling with the Rock Forge Group. Caroling begins at 4:15 p.m. in front of the Calaveras Visitor’s Center and the City tree will be lighted there at 4:30 p.m. “Come early,” says Smith. “Enjoy an early dinner at one of the downtown restaurants, wine tasting and shopping at stores and pop-up shops.”

The Parade of Lights commences at 5 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Church, 820 S. Main St., showcasing a wide range of entries. Awards for parade entries will be presented in the following categories: best float, vintage vehicle, horse group, musical group, school, business, individual and other. Entry fee is $20 and forms are available online at angelscampbusiness.com or by calling the ACBA office, 736-1333. After the parade Santa will hear children’s wishes on the porch of the Calaveras Visitors Center with photo opportunities.

Anne Forrest and Bob Fienberg have been chosen as the Grand Marshals of the Parade for their countless volunteer hours to Angels Camp and Calaveras County.

“We are honored to have Bob and Anne as our Grand Marshals this year,” says Smith. “Their tireless efforts have been instrumental in many of the organizations and events that serve the residents, business owners and visitors of Angels Camp.”

In addition, the annual Christmas Gala will be held at Camps Restaurant starting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 4th featuring a holiday buffet dinner, live music, dancing and live and silent auctions. Cost is $50 and tickets are available at angelcampbusiness.com, in Angels Camp at the ACBA Office, Middleton’s and Turner’s Wild West.

For more information, visit angelscampbusiness.com or call the ACBA office at (209) 736-1333.
11/20/2017 - Bough Making in Angels Camp on November 20th!
Angels Camp, CA...Join Us For a Fun Small Town Activity! Bough making for our town will be Monday, November 20th at 5:30p.m. at Wayne & Son Automotive. We hope to put 150 together this year. Please bring work gloves, wire cutters and a snack or beverage to share. Elementary and high school children are welcome too!

12/01/2017 - Murphys Open House, December 1, 2017, 5-8 pm Presented by the Murphys Business Association
Murphys, CA...Every year on the first Friday in December, Murphys celebrates the start of the holiday season with a community Open House from 5 to 8 pm on Historic Main Street. Admission is free, the streets are closed to traffic and we are ready to celebrate the winter holidays. Chestnuts will be roasting, carolers will be singing, and Santa will be visiting! A favorite of locals, the annual event is an old-fashioned celebration featuring a parade, holiday treats and entertainment hosted by Main Street merchants, restaurants, wineries and the Murphys Business Association. Santa arrives with the parade and stays for photos with the kids in the Native Sons Hall. Bring your phone or camera to snap a picture. The New Horizon Band will be providing music in the Native Sons Hall and Road Trip Espresso will be offering hot drinks for sale nearby.


Each year the merchants, wineries and other businesses of Murphys put on this event to help all of us find our holiday spirit, let us show off our town and, most importantly, to say thank you to locals and visitors for their support throughout the year.

The parade begins promptly at 5:30 pm starting at the Historic Murphys Hotel and continues to Big Trees Road, so come early and grab a good spot.

Open House is a fun time to visit Murphys’ shops, tasting rooms and restaurants, see what’s new and visit with friends, old and new, while warming yourself around the fire-pits manned by our local Boy Scouts. It's also good time to check out some of the new businesses in town: Broll Mountain Vineyards is now down in the middle of town, Kola Farms General Store & Tasting Room is open, Gabby’s is open in the Arbors and there’s going to be lots to see. Center right off the patio with the Christmas Tree. Make sure you wander all of Main Street including our side streets and nooks and crannies just off Main Street. Take a moment to admire the town tree located on the Arbors patio and provided by Ironstone Vineyards. If you are planning on having dinner downtown you might want to make reservations early.

Free parking is available at the Masonic Hall and behind the Arbors as well as on surrounding streets but please be considerate of the residents when selecting a parking place. The Black Bart Theater parking lot will be closed for parade staging until about 6:30pm. There will be no parking on Main Street during the event.

The Calaveras Wine Alliance will be celebrating their Festival of Wines in Murphys on Friday evening and at wineries throughout the county over the weekend so plan to visit Murphys and other Calaveras County wineries for entertainment, specials and more on Saturday & Sunday. Don’t forget that you can ride the Saturday Hopper bus from Valley Springs to Murphys and points in between on Saturdays. Get all the details at facebook.com/Calaveras-Transit. Wondering what else is going on in Murphys during the holidays? Visit our online calendar at visitmurphys.com.
11/21/2017 - ARNOLD SIR, Branch 152, Monthly Luncheon Meeting on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 11:00 am
Arnold, CA...ARNOLD SIR (Sons in Retirement), Branch 152, will hold its Monthly Luncheon Meeting on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 11:00 am, Snow Flake Lodge at the Blue Lake Springs Homeowners Association, 2255 Blue Lake Springs Dr., Arnold, CA


Dr. John Kramer


This month, we will complete our Speaker Series for 2017 and we are very fortunate to have, Dr. John Kramer, Senior Geologist for Condor Earth as our speaker on November 21st. Condor Earth is a diversified, multidisciplinary organization providing a variety of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Chemical Risk Management, GIS, and Construction Materials Testing and Special Inspection Services to private and public clients. Condor Earth has offices in Sonora, Stockton, Jamestown, Merced, and Rancho Cordova.

Dr. Kramer directs project work on mine closure activities, subsurface investigations, environmental monitoring, and remediation. He has published numerous articles on a wide variety of topics related to geology and has presented short-courses and training lectures on digital field mapping at the state and national levels.

Dr. Kramer, in addition to being a Professional Geologist, is a certified Engineering Geologist and a Certified Hydro-Geologist. With over 30 years of experience, he shows an enormous cache of knowledge about the geology of our surrounding hills, mountains, and our county.

SIR (Sons in Retirement) is a Men’s only organization. We are not political, and not associated to any religious organization, we are not a service club, we have no paid employees and no physical assets; we meet entirely for the benefit of our members. Visitors are asked to contact the Membership Director about attending scheduled meetings, we welcome all retired gentlemen.

Lunch is $16.00. For further information regarding Arnold Branch 152 SIR membership, please contact Membership Director, Kevin Andel, PO Box 2038, Arnold, CA 95223-2038, (209) 795-9119 or e-mail at, kncbear@aol.com.
10/31/2017 - Autum Abstract Botanical Art Class with Janet Trinkle
Sunday, November 5, 1-3 pm • $35, all materials supplied

Capture the intense colors of fall with Botanical Artist, Janet Trinkle on Sunday, November 5 from 1-3 at her Glencoe studio. Janet says, “It’s like painting with flowers!” Learn to press your own flowers and leaves and create a framed piece of art in a relaxing environment. This makes a fun girl-friend adventure. Everyone is welcome to attend over 12-years of age.Bold TextBold Text
10/24/2017 - Copperopolis Friends of the Library 2017 Fall Book Sale October 24, 25, 26, 31 and November 1&2
Copperopolis, CA...Volunteers have cleaned, priced, sorted and organized hundreds of items!! Shop for hardback, paperback, VHS, DVD, cassettes, music, nonfiction, fiction, mystery, romance, children’s, vintage, DIY and more. Cash only. We’re giving out a FREE recipe book or cookbook with each book sale purchase-while supplies last. Enter our drawing to win a Master Built Electric Turkey Fryer and Seafood Kettle valued over $100. One entry per adult. Winner will be announced Nov. 3rd.


The Copperopolis 2017 Fall Book Sale hours are:
10/24 Tues 10am-4pm 10/25 Wed 10am-4pm 10/26 Thurs 12-6pm
10/31 Tues 10am-4pm 11/01 Wed 10am-4pm 11/02 Thurs 12-6pm

For more information contact the Copperopolis Friends of the Library
(209)785-0920 3505 Spangler Lane Suite 106 Copperopolis, CA 95228
10/19/2017 - Town Hall Meeting in Murphys
Murphys, CA...Tonight at 6:30pm Calaveras County Supervisor Michael Oliviera & Panning Commissioner Lisa Muetterties will be answering questions on the state of things in Calaveras County and District 3. The Meeting will be held at the Murphys Fire Protection District at 34 Jones Street. It is sponsored by the Murphys Community Club.

10/19/2017 - The Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce October Mixer
San Andreas, CA...The Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce October Mixer

11/09/2017 - Men's Health is Workshop Focus for the Month of November
San Andreas, CA...Men’s health is the topic of a free workshop on Nov. 9 at Mark Twain Medical Center. “Tackle Your Health” is the theme for the 10 a. m. to noon event focusing on lifestyle and health resources for men. A variety of presenters and health resource organizations will be featured and lunch is included. There is limited seating. Call 754-5919 for reservations and information. “Tackle Your Health” is part of MTMC’s ongoing series of “A Plan 4 Me” free planning workshops. It is co-sponsored by MTMC and the Mark Twain Health Care District. The district is providing a donated San Francisco 49ers DeForest Buckner laser-engraved football valued at $50 to be awarded at the workshop along with “Tackle Your Health” tee-shirts.


Speakers include MTMC Chief Medical Officer Dr. Lonnie Smith, who will discuss “Sleep apnea and how to live a rested and healthy life” and ‘Hope for hearing loss and support devices.” Calaveras County District Attorney Barbara Yook will take about grandparents’ rights and protecting yourself from criminals who target seniors.

Additional speakers are Dr. Andrew McCoy addressing colonoscopies and proper healthy maintenance and Dr. Mark Faryan discussing health screenings that can save your life. Attendees will each receive a binder to fill with materials from the speakers and participating local organizations.

Mark Twain Health Care District is subsidizing Common Ground Senior Services to help provide rides for men who have no other means of transportation to/from the workshop. Vehicles will be available to begin picking folks up one hour before the event and returning them up to one hour after it ends. Call 209-498-2246 to request a ride.
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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, the fifth largest not-for-profit healthcare system in the nation. For more information, please visit our website at www.marktwainmedicalcenter.org. Mark Twain Medical Center is also on Facebook.
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