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04/05/2022 - Joel Salatin - CalaverasGROWN hosts renowned land steward
This is a two-part event. The morning session ‘Stewarding Living Systems for Health & Wealth’ is an on-the-land workshop at the beautiful Nakagawa Ranch outside Valley Springs. This session is geared towards land stewards and anyone with a keen interest in daily practices that can be used on the land to work towards a positive future. Attendance is limited to 20 people, to offer participants an in-depth, personal experience.
In the afternoon Joel will give a dynamic presentation about ‘The Positive Impact of Polyculture Farming on the Economy and Well-Being of Rural Communities’ at Mokelumne Hill Town Hall, open to 150 people.
Tickets must be purchased in advance at www.calaverasgrown.org. $300 for the morning session, $75 for the afternoon. 20% discount with 2022 CalaverasGROWN Membership (Producer level and above).
For more information, visit calaverasgrown.org, call (209) 498 8081 or email info@calaverasgrown.org

04/02/2022 - Posterity Ciderworks Opening Day
Mokelumne Hill, CA...Posterity Ciderworks is opening their bottle shop and reservation only tasting room Saturday, April 2nd from 12:30 pm – 5 pm. They'll be open every Saturday and Sunday from 12:30-5 if you wanna stop by and see their place (they're in the old renegade winery building)

03/06/2022 - Swingin' Sounds of Sinatra Appearing at the Renegade Winery
Mokelumne Hill, CA...The Swingin' Sounds of Sinatra will be hoppin' at the Renegade Winery in Mokelumne Hill this Sunday the 6th, from 12-3. Come join the fun!

10/02/2021 - The 46th Annual Lumberjack Day is October 2nd, 2021!
West Point, CA...Come and celebrate the rich logging heritage of West Point with the 46th annual Lumberjack Days. Prepare for a full day of fun, from a logging show, to vendors, and a parade, there’s something for the whole family! Before the parade, make sure to stop by the car and motorcycle show starting at 9:00AM for raffles, hot dogs, and a DJ. Parking lots are on Hwy 26, across from Ace, behind Dollar General, the fee is $5.00 and benefits Calaveras FFA. Handicap parking is accessible in the from 9:30 to 10:00 in front of Blue Mt. Coalition for Youth and Families Center. A courtesy shuttle from parking lots to Pure Joy on Pine St will run all day.


7:30 am Lumberjack Breakfast
Lumberjack Day Breakfast at the American Legion Auxiliary Hall across from the Red Church.

8:30 am Soap Box Derby
Soap Box Derby on Main Street. Course begins by the Pizza Parlor.

9:00 am Car and Motorcycle Show
Car and Motorcycle show on Main Street.

9:00 am Booths Open
All Booths are open including the Covenant Church Ladies Missionary Pie Booth.

9:30 am - Lumberjack King and Queen Announcement
Lumberjack Day Queen and King announced at the Judges stand.

10:30 am King and Queen Announcement
Announce the King and Queen of Lumberjack day at the Judges stage in front of Blue Mountain Theater, Main St.

11:00 am 46th Annual CHSA, Lumberjack Day Parade
Parade commences, a Calif State Horseman's Assn. sanctioned event. Parade begins at the top of Main street and Hwy 26 continues down main and turns left on Pine St back to Hwy 26.

12:00 noon Childrens' Area Opens
(Opening time approximate - after the parade) The Children's area on Main street opens with a full day of bounce house, slide, rock climbing wall, and face painters. Admission is a wristband of $5.00.

12:00 noon Petting Zoo, Quilt Show, and other attractions open
(Opening time approximate - after the parade) Petting Zoo, Quilt Show and all Lumberjack Day activities open.

12:00 noon Live Music by Triple Threat
Live Music by Triple Threat, at the Community Garden Stage in the shade .

1:00 pm Logging Show
The Logging show begins in the festival area. Signups are taken all morning. You may enter that day please provide your own safety equipment, goggles, gloves, etc. Overall there are more than $5000 in cash prizes awarded in 16 different categories.

1:00 pm Horseshoe Tournament
Horseshoe Tournament - over on the West side of the fire house heading towards cemetery lane. Everyone is welcome to participate.

2:00 pm Parade Award Ceremony
Awards Ceremony for all parade entries takes place at the BMCYF Community Garden Stage.

3:00 pm Raffle Award Winners Announced
Raffle Winners Announced from the Logging Show and Lions Club.

5:00 pm the 46th Lumberjack Day is officially closed.
Official end of Lumberjack Day, The logging show may still be finishing up a few competitions.

Covid Response
All COVID recommendations will be followed.

Event Transportation
Blue Mountain Transit shuttle will travel all day between the Parking lot near Dollar General down to Main and Pine St. in front of Pure Joy.
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