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Monday, Jun 14
09:00 AM Online AUCTION For Calaveras Mentoring
Tuesday, Jun 15
All Day Arnold SIR Monthly Zoom Meeting on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 11:00 AM
All Day Online AUCTION For Calaveras Mentoring
09:00 AM Vaccine Clinic Open on Jenny Lind Road
06:30 PM Amador Fly Fishers Monthly Meeting on June 15 2021 at 6:30 PM, Via Zoom
Wednesday, Jun 16
All Day Online AUCTION For Calaveras Mentoring
04:00 PM Vaccine Clinic Open in San Andreas
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Music in the Park from the Calaveras County Arts Council!
Thursday, Jun 17
All Day Online AUCTION For Calaveras Mentoring
09:00 AM Vaccine Clinic Open at Rail Road Flat and West Point
04:00 PM The 2021 Certified Farmers' Market San Andreas is Open Weekly Thursdays 4pm to 6pm!
07:00 PM Outdoor production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!"
07:00 PM Calaveras Highschool Theatre Returns with “Oklahoma!”
Friday, Jun 18
All Day Come discover eye catching artistry at Volcano West Gallery!
All Day Online AUCTION For Calaveras Mentoring
05:00 PM The 2021 Angels Camp Farmers Market
All Day Outdoor production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!"
Saturday, Jun 19
Until 09:00 PM Online AUCTION For Calaveras Mentoring
09:00 AM Arden Saville's 10th Annual Memorial Ride
12:00 PM The Calaveras Republican Party Invites You to Come Hear Assemblyman Kevin Kiley
04:00 PM The PARTY To Go-Go!
All Day Outdoor production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!"
Sunday, Jun 20
All Day The 35th Annual Celtic Heritage Celebration will return to Calaveras Fairgrounds on June 19-20, 2021
All Day Our Sunday Edition with Local Features, Local Specials & More Every Sunday All Day Long!
09:00 AM Murphys Certified Farmers' Market 2021
Until 08:30 PM Outdoor production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!"
Monday, Jun 21
All Day The 35th Annual Celtic Heritage Celebration will return to Calaveras Fairgrounds on June 19-20, 2021
Wednesday, Jun 23
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Music in the Park from the Calaveras County Arts Council!
Thursday, Jun 24
04:00 PM The 2021 Certified Farmers' Market San Andreas is Open Weekly Thursdays 4pm to 6pm!
Friday, Jun 25
All Day Come discover eye catching artistry at Volcano West Gallery!
05:00 PM The 2021 Angels Camp Farmers Market
Sunday, Jun 27
All Day Our Sunday Edition with Local Features, Local Specials & More Every Sunday All Day Long!
09:00 AM Murphys Certified Farmers' Market 2021

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06/06/2021 - Murphys Certified Farmers' Market 2021
Murphys, CA...Sundays 9am to 1pm, June 6 to October 31. Murphys Community Park, 585 Algiers Street. We offer the community access to fresh & healthy produce and products from local farmers right here in Calaveras County. Food that has traveled fewer miles is fresher, more nutritious and has greater flavor. Come to our market for the best produce in town and show your support for local farmers.


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06/19/2021 - Arden Saville's 10th Annual Memorial Ride
Avery, CA...Meet at the parking lot across Hwy 4 from Avery Post Office

06/04/2021 - Jam Out to the High Country Chimes Tonight at the Murphys Irish Pub
Murphys, CA...The High Country Chimes are playing tonight at the Murphys Irish Pub from 6:00-9:00 PM! They are known for their soulful Americana vibes with some bluegrass and funk influence.

06/16/2021 - Music in the Park from the Calaveras County Arts Council!
San Andreas, CA... Music in the Parks Returns to Calaveras County: After last year’s summer of silence in the parks, we’re all itching for some good times. And thankfully, music returns to Calaveras County on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. with the Calaveras Arts Council’s long-standing admission-free Music in the Parks concert series.





Music in the Parks fell silent in 2020 for the first time in over 30 years of sharing music with the community. Music in the Parks holds a special place in the heart of Calaveras County, and Executive Director Kathy Mazzaferro heard from many people that they missed the weekly summer performances. She knows everyone is looking forward to the return of the summer concert series.

“We are so delighted with the community enthusiasm for the return of Music in the Parks,” she said. “We want to slowly help restore a feeling of normalcy to life in Calaveras County. Music is a language we all share that can soothe, relax, bring a smile and send our toes a-tapping. Music in the Parks brings us together as a community.”
Music in the Parks encompasses a wide range of music styles, all chosen to resonate with the community. There’s something for everybody. “There’s everything from swinging Chicago blues, jazz, California country, American folk and bluegrass, to Broadway and Americana,” Mazzaferro said. The Kool Shifters will kick off the season with R & B and rock and roll at the Jenny Lind Veterans Park in Valley Springs on Wednesday June 16. This year, all concerts will be on Wednesday evenings, from June 16 to August 18.

All concerts will be held outside this year. According to Mazzaferro, “The San Andreas concert (July 21) returns to Turner Park with smooth jazz from the Bob Eisenman Jazz Trio. A new venue this year will be the White Pines Community Park in Arnold (August 18), where the Calaveras Community Band will play Broadway tunes and Americana.” She’s excited about this move. “We will have more room to spread out beneath the pine trees. We are grateful to the White Pines Community Park Association for welcoming us to their beautiful park.

Music in the Parks concerts are admission-free events funded by individual donations from community members, and by the generosity of local businesses like Dignity Health Mark Twain Medical Center. More sponsors are stepping up. “This year we are delighted to welcome Big Trees Market and Sierra Pacific Lumber as sponsors,” Mazzaferro said. She is grateful that the community values the tradition of Music in the Parks. “Every donation helps,” she said.

For those concerned about Covid-19 safety, Mazzaferro offers reassurance. “We will be following all local, state and federal health regulations and we hope audiences will work with us,” she said. “Our hope is that we can all come together in kindness and respect, celebrating the opportunity to be together again.”

“The "buzz" around the county is so exciting and we can't wait to see all of you!”

Print out a schedule at www.calaverasarts.org or call the Gallery Store at 209/754-1774 for more information.

Show dates:
June 16
Kool Shifters
R&B, country
Jenny Lind Veterans Park
Valley Springs

June 23
Pinetop Boogie
American folk & bluegrass
Brice Station (No outside alcohol permitted)
Murphys

June 30
Windburn Brothers
Country swing, hillbilly jazz
Utica Park
Angels camp

July 7
Frozen Radicals
Jazz and big band
Shutter Tree Park
Mokelumne Hill

July 14
Two Tone Steiny & the Cadillacs
Mountain Ranch Community Park
Mountain Ranch

July 21
Bob Eisenman
Jazz trio
Turner Park
San Andreas

July 28
Janna & Leroy
Jazz and American standards
Venue TBA
West Point

August 4
The Sky Kings
Country, rock and roll
Murphys Community Park
Murphys

August 11
Grover Anderson & The Lampoliers
Folk Rock
The Square At Copper Valley
Copperopolis

August 18
Calaveras Community Band
Broadway and Americana
White Pines Community Park
Arnold
05/29/2021 - The 2021 Brice Station Vineyards Hill Top Concert & Theatre Series
Murphys, CA...Get your tickets now for great concerts at a beautiful venue. The current schedule is below...

05/29/2021 - The Big Douglas Flat Schoolhouse Community Rummage Sale is May 29th
Douglas Flat, CA...The Douglas Flat Community Center has been continuously welcoming generations since the Gold Rush. Located in Douglas Flat California (near Murphys and Angel's Camp.) Built in 1854, it is the oldest school house in Calaveras County. It served as a school for over a century. Since the beginning it has also served as a community meeting place hosting events from church services, weddings, art classes, plays, cub scouts and square dances. This rummage sale is indeed a fundraiser for the preservation of the building, however it is also a casual Open House, Meet-&-Greet for the whole community and guests. Raising awareness of the schoolhouse is the main goal here because of its potential to be rented more often for weddings, parties, art classes and shows, wine tasting events etc.




ACTIVITIES: Color guard flag raising, live music, life-size 49er diorama, raffles, silent auction, horse shoes, croquet, maypole dance and the first ever Miss Douglas Flat will be crowned for having the best 1800s costume.
In addition to this being a traditional rummage sale it is also festive event. We have invited western reenactors, feel free to dress in any period costume, cowboy, miner even steampunk. Or come as you are. Shop and leave or hang out and roast a free marshmallow.

MOTORCYCLES must be parked outside or shut off and walked in the short distance before they enter because all the tables will be relatively close to the gravel parking area.

PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES: The ideal location! From many different angles the schoolhouse and it's grounds appear unchanged since the gold rush. In the background are rolling hills and a 1890s three story barn. An 1851 stone Wells Fargo office is on the street next door one can pose in front off.

Between 9AM and noon prominent local artist Judie Cain will be doing an oil painting of the schoolhouse. And will have a few paintings for sale. Here's her website:CainArt.com

DONATIONS WELCOME!
Our team of volunteers will be accepting donations at the schoolhouse between 4-8 PM May 28. If you have something special email us whenever and we will come pick it up or we can arrange for you to meet one of us at the schoolhouse to drop it off when you have time. For sale will be clothes, building supplies, household items, original artwork, (a few steampunk pieces) furniture and antiques and collectables.

We have already collected quite a variety of donated items. There will be bargains not since Mark Twain passed through here.

VENDERS:
We are not charging for vender spaces. Although we are experienced with event planning and flea markets a rummage sale at this location is a first for us, so we are still working out all the details and don't know how many serious shoppers we will have. We encourage venders to donate about a third of their profits if they can but we are not enforcing it.

We have room for some venders. Each space will be a bit smaller than two average parking spots. Feel free to sell whatever you want provided it is legal. No functioning guns allowed.

We plan to close the gate a bit after 8 PM Friday night and will open it back up for venders at 6AM Saturday.
Email us about reserving a spot. The best way to guarantee a spot is to show up at 8PM the night before and set up your tables or otherwise mark off your spot.

OUR MISSION is to keep the 170-year-old building's doors open well into the future. Major structural improvements are necessary. And other renovations are planned to restore the building to its original appearance. Also landscaping improvements would make the building more desirable for rentals, such as weddings, art classes and wine tasting events.

The building is the ideal backdrop for photos! Duh.

Purposes of the DFCC Corporation, from Articles of Incorporation dated June 13, 1945
1. To sponsor, stimulate, and encourage meetings and assemblages of children and persons for religious, charitable, social, educational, and recreational purposes.
2. To sponsor, stimulate, encourage, conduct, and maintain entertainments, plays, and social gatherings for the benefit, amusement, recreation, pleasure, and inspiration of its members and the people of the community of Douglas Flat in general.
3. To stimulate, encourage and inculcate the principals of charity, justice, brotherly love and fidelity among its members and the people of the community of Douglas Flat at large.
4. To improve preserve and beautify the local school grounds, parks and places of historical interest in and about the community of Douglas Flat, in Calaveras County, California.
5. To promote the general welfare and encourage the happiness of its members and the people of the community of Douglas Flat in general.
6. To lease, purchase, hold, have, use, and take possession of and enjoy in fee simple or otherwise any personal or real property necessary to the uses and purposes of the corporation and to sell, lease, mortgage, deed in trust, alien (sic) (align?) or dispose of the same at the pleasure of the corporation and for the purposes and uses for which said corporation is formed and to buy and sell real and personal property and to apply the proceeds of sale including any and all income to the uses and purposes of the corporation.

Douglas Flat Community Center P.O. BOX 73 Douglas Flat, CA 95229
For rental information contact John Kramer. johnhkramer@gmail.com
For general questions. Questions@douglasflatschoolhouse.com

Source = Douglas Flat Community Center
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