Friday, May 1, 2009


Its May already! Its cold outside and in. And, no, it hasn't snowed but the rain is a bone chilling drizzle Don't let that prevent you from coming to visit. There is plenty to do and I've never seen anybody melt in the rain. It should lighten by Saturday and Sunday just in time for a bonfire.
Calaveras Earth Day is celebrated at Utica Park in Angels Camp, 11am to 2pm. Sunday.
The 35th Annual Snyder Family Pow Wow Friday through Sunday in Valley Springs. Gems, minerals, jewelry crafts, food, music,antique steam engines, Native American dancing, crafts. Something for everyone. 209 772-9977.
The 50th annual Columbia Fire Muster Sat. & Sun. Columbia Historic State Park.
Agstravaganza, 10am to 4pm, Sat. at Cover's Appl;e Ranch, dutch over demonstrations, photo contest, antique farm equipment, barbeque turkey lunch, etc. 209 984-5922.
Jamestown Golden Jubilee, 11am to 3 pm. Sunday, at Railtown. Silent Auction.
Cinco De Mayo at Mother Lode Fairgrounds, 5 to 9 pm. Saturday, dinner & music.
Mother Lode Art Association's featured artists for May, Cary McGrew and Louise Giersch. 64 So. Washington St., Sonora.
Spring Garden with heirloom tomatoes, squash and herbs will be offered. Much to learn. Call 209 586-3593.
Calaveras County is getting ready for their big event, the Jumping Frog Jubilee coming up on May 14 through 17.
Join the fun.

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