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Wednesday, Oct 18
All Day Overeaters Anonymous meeting
Until 02:00 AM Annual Tuolumne County Health Fair & Flu Vaccination Clinic 2017
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
Thursday, Oct 19
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
Friday, Oct 20
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
09:00 AM 40th Annual Moutain Heirloom Quilt Faire
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
06:00 PM “Sip N’ Paint with Artist Mary Sexton”
06:30 PM Sierra Story Winds STORY SLAM-#4
07:00 PM Music At Bistro Espresso
07:00 PM Last of the Red Hot Lovers Now Playing at Murphys Creek Theatre
Saturday, Oct 21
All Day The Mark Twain Wild West Fest, All Day Street Fair on October 21st.
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
07:00 PM Last of the Red Hot Lovers Now Playing at Murphys Creek Theatre
Sunday, Oct 22
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
02:00 PM Last of the Red Hot Lovers at Murphys Creek Theatre
Monday, Oct 23
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
Tuesday, Oct 24
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
04:30 PM Freedom From Smoking Class Begins in August
Wednesday, Oct 25
All Day Overeaters Anonymous meeting
Until 04:00 PM "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
Thursday, Oct 26
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
05:00 PM ‘Mammo-GLAM’ – ‘Girls-Night-Out’ with a Serious Purpose
Friday, Oct 27
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
10:30 AM Caltrans Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting (1C300)
11:00 AM MURPHYS DIGGINS FALL CRAFT FESTIVAL
07:00 PM Music At Bistro Espresso
Saturday, Oct 28
All Day Fantastic Estate Sale
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
Until 05:00 PM MURPHYS DIGGINS FALL CRAFT FESTIVAL
01:00 PM Tree Trek Tour
01:00 PM Floating Pumpkin Patch & Carnival At Bret Harte Aquatic Center Oct 28th
06:00 PM Make Plans For Phantom of the Opera at Ironstone on October 28th
Sunday, Oct 29
All Day Fantastic Estate Sale
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe

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07/21/2017 - Bear Valley Music Festival July 21 - August 6, 2017
Bear Valley, CA...Maestro Michael Morgan and the Bear Valley Music Festival invite you to a dazzling concert lineup from July 21 to August 6. Here are some highlights:  COUNTRY ARTIST – Hal Ketchum and the amazing Hal Ketchum Country Trio.    TRIBUTES – Fleetwood Mac * Motown * Queen  PIANIST – Vladislav Kern  SYMPHONY – Beethoven’s “Pastorale” Symphony – Mendelssohn’s “Scottish” Symphony– Haydn’s “Clock” Symphony





 

TENOR – Jonathan Blalock & The Bear Valley Orchestra

POPS – Symphonic Music from Hollywood with Richard Glazier

RESIDENT CHAMBER ENSEMBLE – Thalea String Quartet

WINE TASTING CONCERT – Sips , Sonatas & Songs

JAZZ ARTIST – Kalil Wilson & The Kalil Wilson Jazz Ensemble

GALA DINNER & AUCTION – “Bear Valley Does Hollywood”

FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
– Free: Family Concert with Dawn Harms
– Free: Stars of Tomorrow

Round trip shuttle transportation will be available for all evening concerts from Forest Meadows, Arnold and Dorrington (by prior reservation). Barbecue meals will be prepared at the Festival tent for all evening concerts (advance reservation recommended).

See you at the big white tent!
07/15/2017 - The Bluz Hounds the Beer Garden at Camp Connell on July 15
Camp Connell, CA...Since 1929 The Camp Connell General Store has been serving generation after generation of customers. New Owner Dan Tulipani and his family are excited to continue and expand on the rich fabric of history and traditions that have made the store an integral part of the community. With Dining, Wine, Beer, Gifts, Groceries & Gas they have everything you need to make your high country adventure a great one.



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

The story of Camp Connell Continues....

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."
07/15/2017 - Volunteer Trail Building Morning, Saturday, July 15th
Arnold, CA...Dear Arnold Rim Trail Cyclists, Equestrians, Hikers, and Runners, Volunteer Trail Work Day: July 15th (as always, the third Saturday of each month from May to October.) Meet at Hathaway Pines Forest Service District Office at 8:30am.


(Our apologies for not sending this July email before this past Saturday, July 8th, when we hosted our monthly guided sunset/full moon hike to Cougar Rock. Our next sunset hike will be August 5th, and we'll send our August email before then!)

Please send questions, comments, or suggestions to info@arnoldrimtrail.org

Warm regards,
Arnold Rim Trail Association
07/15/2017 - 13th Annual Arnold Classic Car Show Is July 15th
Arnold, CA...Come check out over 100 vintage cars, trucks & motorcycles at the greatest little car show in the Sierra Nevada! Want to enter your ride? Call (209) 795-4222 today. Plan to come back at 6:30 PM for some Cool Blues with Mike Hammar and The Nails!

07/27/2017 - Make Plans To Attend The Career Fair On July 27th
San Andreas, CA...Join Us for a Career Fair sponsored by Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce, Mother Lode Job Training and Dignity Health Mark Twain Medical Center. For More Information, contact Human Resources at 209-754-2699


07/01/2017 - The Blonde Tells at Camp Connell General Store
Camp Connell, CA...The Blonde Tells at Camp Connell General Store. Music, Beer, Wine Wood Fired Pizza, Burgers, Fries and a whole lot more - now at the Beer Garden at Camp Connell - The Beer Garden is open Fridays and Saturdays for Lunch and Dinner. This event is a special thanks to the Calaveras County Local Road Crews, CalTrans, and The California Highway Patrol


The story of Camp Connell Continues....

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."
07/01/2017 - GABA Independence Day Parade!
Arnold, CA...Celebrate your Country this Saturday, July 1st at 10 am. Hwy 4 closes at 9:30 am so the Ebbetts Pass Corridor can celebrate all along the parade route in Arnold. It is a complete day of fun in Arnold, you can start your day off with a great pancake breakfast from the Lions Club, relax with friends and family while you watch the parade and enjoy a concert at Cedar Center. So grab your lawn chairs, mark you viewing spots and Celebrate America's Birthday Mountain Style!

07/01/2017 - Big Trees Fitness Grand Opening Pool Party On July 1st!!
Arnold, CA...Big Trees Fitness Grand Opening Pool Party On July 1st!! Live music by the Rusty Rockers. The first in a series of free party/concerts throughout the summer. Come check us out!!

06/24/2017 - The Fabulous Off Brothers At Sequoia Woods
Arnold, CA...While it's hot-hot-hot outside, we're staying cool-cool-cool with a refreshing swim pool and indoor air conditioning. The latest updates on the restaurant menu celebrate seasonal summer ingredients, so make your reservation to dine with us. Saturday night there is live music by the Fabulous Off Brothers from 8:00 to 11:00pm.

06/24/2017 - Plan B Will Be Rocking JJs Dive Bar & Grill Tonight
Arnold, CA...The band Plan B is playing this Saturday night and you DEFINITELY don't wanna miss it. Was epic the last time they were here! Come on in and dance your socks off!




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