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05/15/2022 - 2022 Wilseyville National at Schaad Ranch...Continues Today!
Wilseyville, CA...The Sacramento Pacific International Trials Society presents the Wilseyville National at Schaad Ranch (NATC/AMA NCS Rounds 3 & 4) Interested in motorcycle trials? Want to watch the nation’s best trials riders compete at the highest level? Join the Sacramento PITS for a spectacular weekend of top-level competition in one of our most unique locations in the state.




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04/28/2022 - Hello Dolly - Calaveras High School Drama Production
Calaveras High School Performing Arts is proud to present the beloved American musical classic, "Hello, Dolly!" for one weekend only, April 28, 2022 - May 1, 2022, at the Calaveras Performing Arts Center in San Andreas, CA.




This musical adaptation of Thornton Wilder's hit play The Matchmaker bursts with humor, romance, energetic dance and some of the greatest songs in musical theatre history. The romantic and comic exploits of Dolly Gallagher-Levi, turn-of-the-century matchmaker and "woman who arranges things," are certain to thrill and entertain audiences again and again.
03/11/2022 - The Blue Mountain Theater Opens a New Play in March!
West Point, CA...After two long dark seasons, the Blue Mountain Players are excited to open a new play and welcome patrons back to our little theater in the heart of West Point. We dare you not to die laughing with this local production of The Cemetery Club, written by Ivan Menchell and directed by Vicki Snead-Hinkell.


The Cemetary Club tells the story of three Jewish widows who meet once a month for tea before going to visit their husbands’ graves. Ida, played by Sherry Parkey, is sweet tempered and ready to begin a new life; Lucille, played by Nicole Wilson, is a feisty embodiment of the girl who just wants to have fun; and Doris, Debbie Blankenship, is priggish and judgmental, particularly when Sam the butcher, played by Craig Lafargue, enters the scene. Also introducing Sandy Gilcrest as Mildred.

Opens March 11th! Opening Gala at 6:30 p.m. Curtain at 7:30pm
Fridays & Saturdays, March 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th & 26th at 7:30pm
Sunday Matinees March 13th; 20th & 27th at 2:00pm

Ticket prices for, “The Cemetery Club”, are $20 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under. For information and to purchase or reserve tickets please call 209 293-3100 or at bluemountaintheater@gmail.com.
COVID precautions in place to keep our community safe. Ticket sales limited, masks requested.
02/19/2022 - Heritage Apple Pruning Celebration Today in West Point!
West Point, CA...We are gathering again at our community orchard in West Point to prune the lower half of the orchard, collect Scions, and celebrate the completed task of caring for these trees another year!



Please bring your own pruners, loppers, ladders, hats, gloves, and plastic bags for branches.

Bring some drums or instruments if you feel like joining the music scene around the bonfire of last year’s cuttings.
The ashes can be spread around each tree later this month!

Make a potluck dish to share and bring some water.

All are welcome! Families, children, elders, etc!

See you there!

#3ndless3arth3covillage #ecovillage #heritageorchard #historicalapples #appleorchard #pruning #fruittreepruning #scion #grafting #community #bonfire

Heritage Apple Pruning Celebration!
22021 CA-26, West Point, CA 95255-9717, United States
02/12/2022 - Winton-Schaad Vegetation Prescribed Fire Fuels Reduction Continues
San Andreas, CA...The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) is conducting a prescribed burning operation on the Winton-Schaad Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) site. This project is in the North-Eastern portion of Calaveras County, four miles north of Wilseyville near Winton Road. Smoke may be visible in the area during the prescribed burn. This prescribed burn is designed to reduce forest fuels in strategic locations within the project area.


The prescribed burn is scheduled to begin on Saturday, February 12, 2022, and will conclude on Monday, February 14, 2022.

Additional prescribed burns within the project area are anticipated throughout the winter and spring, depending upon fuel and weather conditions. Resources assigned to the VMP will consist of two engines, one fire crew, a Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI) representative, and cooperating agencies.

Burning operations will be conducted from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day, contingent on favorable conditions.
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12/11/2021 - Mountain Melody Concerts Continue on This Weekend
Mokelumne Hill, CA...Mountain Melody Women’s Chorus Is presenting a Winter Concert Series called “Mountain Melody Is ‘Together Again’ ” After a long year-plus of Covid-19 restrictions and lockdown, Mountain Melody is once again performing our Holiday program in some of our favorite Motherlode Venues!!


Classic Christmas Songs and Carols

Our program will consist of a delightful mix of Classic Christmas Songs and Carols, as well as Jazzy arrangements of familiar Holiday tunes, lovely winter themed compositions, and a beautiful song from the movie “Polar Express.”

We ask again for a modest donation of $10 per person (of course, if this is a burden, please come regardless because we love you!)

These donations allow us to rent performance and practice space, and buy new music each session.

Saturday December 11 at 2 pm
Moke Hill Town Hall,
8283 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245
Suggested Donation: $10.00
Sunday December 12 at 2 pm
The Union Congregational Church
1141 S Main St, Angels Camp, CA 95222
Suggested Donation: $10.00
Please call Julie Shelby for more info at (209) 419-0028 or visit our website mountainmelody.org.


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(Sunday) 2:00 pm

LOCATION
Union Congregational Church

1141 S Main St, Angels Camp, CA 95222

ORGANIZER
Mountain Melody Women's Chorus
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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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