Thursday, September 19, 2013

Thursday, September 19, 2013

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News & Announcements
We Heart the Arts: AmadorArts Update:
The Arc of Amador & Calaveras and Hospice of Amador & Calaveras Partner to Present: Supporting Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Through Life-Ending Illness, Grief and Loss -
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services replenishes nation’s supply of anthrax antitoxin –
Project Thanks 2013: Be a Group Coordinator and/or Contributor! /
Wine on Main in Historic Sutter Creek: 2nd Saturdays -
Look for the Tax Bill Insert and Help Prevent Child Abuse!
Charter Tours available for The Big Crush - Sun Oct 6 only
Outside the Ivory Tower: Chaos & Ignorance – Mark Bennett -
Sutter Creek City Council: Special Meeting - Thurs Sept 19 -
AWA Community Outreach Committee - Thurs Sept 19 –
AWA Special Board Meeting - Thurs Sept 19 -
F.A.C.T. 5K FUN RUN/WALK – Sun Oct 13 -
TSPN BROADCASTS can be viewed at:
TSPN INTERVIEW: Terry Sanders talks with Al Lennox about some of the types of benefits that are available to veterans and their families.
TSPN INTERVIEW: In this edition of TSPN TV News In-Depth, Al Lennox sits down with Amador County Veterans Services Officer Terry Sanders.
Also posted in:

ACCF: BUSINESS TO EDUCATION SURVEY - We are asking all business and community leaders to complete this brief survey to help us develop and facilitate business partnerships to meet the goal of educating Amador County students for success.  You can complete the survey online at .  Click on link and enter your responses directly online.
Thanks so much for participating. 
Amador Community College Foundation
CHARTER TOURS AVAILABLE FOR THE BIG CRUSH - The Big Crush Harvest Festival is just around the corner! Gold Country Wine Tours is still available for Sunday October 6 only (already booked out for Oct. 5). Charter our comfortable 14 passenger shuttle bus to safely transport your group to the participating Amador County wineries. We will pick you up at any of our Amador County locations. Call for information.
There is still time to purchase your Big Crush tickets! Just visit
Cathy Patrenos
Gold Country Wine Tours
P.O. Box 1570
Sutter Creek, Ca. 95685 
(877)534-4949 or (209)267-8030

September 2013 Newsletters
Newsletter: Friends of the Amador CountyLibrary
Amador County Recreation Agency
AAUW Amador Newsletter: "Gold Filings"
Amador County Artists Association
Amador Child Abuse Prevention Council
Friends of the Amador County Library - Summer 2013
First 5 Amador
Gold Hills Homeopathy
Mother Lode Harvest Newsletter
Preston Castle Communicator
Sophia's Well of Wisdom
Trinity Tidings: Trinity Episcopal Church

Community Calendar

MOTHERLODE TEA PARTY PATRIOTS – The next meeting and speaker will be: Sam Paredes, from Gunowners of California. Sam will be speaking on new Gun Laws and those that are proposed in the legislature. The meeting  will be held Thurs. Sept.19th at 6:30pm Italian Picnic Grounds Hwy 49 Sutter Hill. For information or to help call: 296-5817 or

PAWS & BOOKS – The Amador County Library presents Paws and Books, September 20, 2013 2:30-4:00p.m. Bailey, a certified therapy dog will be at the library to listen to children ages 5–8 read him a story. Pre-registration is required for this event and reading times are available in 15 minute increments. To register please contact the library 209-223-6400 or email:

HEY ALL YOU DOXIE ( (Dachshund) LOVERS/OWNERS! I have been approached to  get our doxies together to be a part of a Weenier dog race to be held  Sept 21, Sat at the Italian Picnic Grounds (not sure ofthe time yet)  I have always wanted to get this together and think it will be a lot of fun. Set the day aside and get in touch with me for more info.
(See me at the Post Office, 267-0128
Debbie Baker

GREENHOUSE GARDENING CLASS - On Saturday, September 21st, Amador Master Gardeners will present a free class on "Greenhouses, Cold Frames, and Propagation" from 9am to noon.  Guest presenter Sheri Burke, El Dorado Master Gardener, has many years of experience with propagation from both cuttings and seeds and produces over 500 plants per year in her greenhouse. This class, which is open to the public, will show you how to use your greenhouse or cold frame to full advantage.
The class will be held at the County GSA Building, 12200-B Airport Road in Jackson. For more information call the Master Gardeners at the UC Cooperative Extension Office from 10am to noon, Tuesday through Thursday, 223-6838, or email

THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB will be holding it's monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 18th at 6:00 PM at the Amador Democrat headquarters on Hwy 49/88 in Jackson across from Poor Man's Bronze. Our quest speaker will be Amador County District Attorney Todd Riebe. Mr. Riebe will be there to speak about the duties of the county district attorney and answer questions. Please join us for this chance to hear from our county district attorney.
The Democratic Club will be helping the environment on Saturday, September 21st by doing our periodic highway cleanup.  We will meet in the parking lot on Hwy 88 across from the Sunset Cemetery at 9:00 AM.  Wear comfortable shoes.  Helmets, gloves, bags, vests and trash pickup tools will be provided.  We should be done by 11:00 AM.  Even if you can not walk and pick up trash, we need drivers to help those that are picking up trash.I hope you can join us for one or both of these events.
In Solidarity, 
Steve Christensen

AAUW FALL “KICK OFF”. The Amador branch of the American Association of University Women’s fall “Kick Off” program will feature a special presentation from this year’s Tech Trek 8th grade scholarship winners on their experiences at Science Camp. It will be held on Friday Sept. 27th at 5:30 p.m. in Jackson. Current New and Prospective AAUW members are welcome to attend. For information please contact Nancy Street at 209 295-1273.

DAY OF PRAYER: Saturday, September 21th:. Faith Lutheran Church in Pioneer will have their sanctuary will be open from 10am to 6pm for individual or group prayer. A short litany for peace and group prayer will take place on the hour every hour. Now more than ever we need to join our hands and voices with people of all faiths all around the world to bring peace –to the world, to our countries, to our communities, to our families, and to our relationship with the rest of creation. Isn't peace what we are all longing for?
SUTTER CREEK PROMOTION COMMITTEE - Please be advised that the Promotion Committee meeting for September has been postponed to the 4th Tuesday of September which is TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24th.  The meeting will be at 8:30 am and will be held at Back Roads Café.  If you have any questions, please give me a call at 209-267-5500.  I look forward to seeing you.
Sandy Anderson
THE AMADOR COUNTY WOMEN’S NETWORK (ACWN) will hold its monthly luncheon meeting Wednesday, September 25th  at Thomi's in Jackson.    The September luncheon will feature one of our members as our guest speaker, Julie Traxler, of Traxler & Associates/ Traxler Financial Services. We make it fun to learn about local women in business.  The meeting will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Luncheon cost is $16.  Reservations are required Friday before the meeting.  Contact: Debbie LaVielle, 209-267-0577 or (preferably) email: .  Join other local business women as they learn, network and promote their businesses.  For more information on ACWN,

DOWNTOWN WINE EVENT – Fri Sept 27th. Over 15 wineries will pour their award winning wines on Old Highway 49 amidst the construction zone of the new Amador City bridge. Fine cheeses and artisan breads will be provided by Andrae’s bakery to complement Barberas, Zinfandels and a myriad of varieties of wine.  Crystal wine glasses are included. Buffalo Chips Restaurant will offer killer gourmet burgers, servied on Andrae’s Ciabatta. The Imperial Hotel will serve dinner and provide seating. Farm to Fork box dinners by Lucy’s Spice Box will be available at Feist. For more information call 209-267-8020, or visit:, or email:

No Host Bar - begins at 5:00PM. 
Dinner at 6:00PM Cost $5 Adults, Kids 6 and under free.
Come and enjoy the music and a variety of ethnic foods. 
If you want to contribute a dish contact: Janet @ 754-4882



THE PROGRESSIVE WOMEN’S COMMITTEE will meet on Thurs, Oct 3 at 11:30AM at Thomi's Banquet Room in Jackson. There is no scheduled speaker for October. Please respond to Sally at no later than Tuesday, October 1st  (sooner if possible). The buffet luncheon is $15.00 which includes an entree, salad, vegetarian offering various drinks, coffee, tea, dessert, tax and tip. Pay at the door - cash (the exact amount is appreciated) or personal check only. Note and this is important: If you make a reservation and cannot attend, please call me at 267-0177 to cancel, by Wednesday,October 2nd at noon. If you do not show up and have not cancelled, you may be billed for the luncheon.

F.A.C.T. 5K FUN RUN/WALK – Sun Oct 13 Helping to Feed Amador County Today (F.A.C.T.) is sponsoring its 4th annual 5K run/walk to raise funds for Amador County's Interfaith Food Bank.  Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 13, 2013 and register to help support our friends and neighbors in need!   Registration forms are available on-line at  Register as an individual or put together a team.  Bring the kids – we have a fun race for them too!  There will be prizes for the fastest runners, walkers, and teams!Don't want to participate in the run but want to help out or donate funds or food - contact Colleen at (209)223-1618

MARK YOUR CALENDARS: SIERRA GOLD QUILTERS GUILD presents the Sierra Gold Harvest 2013 Quilt Show featuring vendor booths, country store, raffle baskets, demonstrations, refreshments, quilts for sale & small quilt auctions. October 5-6, 2013 (Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 10 AM-4 PM) at the Amador County Fairgrounds in Plymouth. Admission is $7 (husbands and children under 12 are free). For more information, visit or call 831-247-1907 or email

EACH MIND MATTERS! NAMI Amador is very fortunate to be awarded a grant for rural counties, from the California Mental Health Services Authority and funded by the Mental Health Services Act.  With this funding, NAMI Amador and Amador County Behavioral Health Services will be hosting two very special events during Mental Illness Awareness Week, on October 6 & 10.  These are open to everyone at no charge. We hope you can join with friends and neighbors and attend as we begin an important conversation about mental health in Amador County.   We appreciate the partnership of Amador Behavioral Health, whose commitment to wellness in our community is invaluable in making this grant possible. 

Our first event, a casual Anti-Stigma Stroll, will take place Sunday, October 6th at 4:00 pm beginning at First 5 on Broadway, around Sutter Amador Hospital, and ending back at First 5 with refreshments.  On Thursday, October 10th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Thomi’s Ballroom on Highway 49 in Jackson we will host a community meeting with a light buffet dinner.

This event will feature key segments from the PBS documentary “A New State of Mind,” first-hand accounts of local experiences with mental illness, and a discussion of how mental health is viewed in our community. For those interested in learning about signs and symptoms of mental illness, and how to help, a brief introduction to Mental Health First Aid will be provided, along with an overview of the programs offered by NAMI Amador.   Please see the attached flyer and press release for details  For  more information, look for NAMI Amador's Guest Commentary in the Ledger-Dispatch as Mental Illness Awareness Week begins.

Please bring a friend, spouse, partner, or neighbor and join us for some enjoyable, thought-provoking hours! 

WEEKEND WORKSHOP: “OUR SACRED BODY” – Sun Oct 12-13. The featured Saturday presenter is Amel Tafsout, a master dance artist, choreographer, instructor, frame drummer, singer and energy worker. She will present the four hour workshop: Healing Through Sacred Dance on Saturday October 12 immediately following the opening session, Introduction to Our Sacred Body, at 10am Rev. Patsy Fine, minister at SWOW. For more information, visit:

LADIES NIGHT IN SUTTER CREEK! Come and enjoy downtown Sutter Creek as never before!  Our semi-annual Ladies Night will be Saturday, October 12, 5-8 pm, with the drawing to be held promptly at 8:30. Try out our new wine tasting rooms and wait until you see the Hotel Sutter renovations (previously known as Bellotti's).  Why not have dinner, snack your way through town while shopping, enjoy some most-excellent wine tasting, and top it off by winning one of the wonderful raffle donations from Sutter Creek merchants.  Everyone is invited.  This wonderful event is sponsored by the Sutter Creek Business and Professional Association. We hope to see you there.  Any questions, call Linda at 267-9314.

ARE YOU A GRANDPARENT RAISING A GRANDCHILD?Grandparent Café, Wednesday, October 16 at 10:00 am, 10877 Conductor Boulevard, Sutter Creek. Please join us at our Grandparent Café, and meet other grandparents who are raising their grandchildren, discuss needs, and learn about resources and successes. Share your experiences and listen in a supportive, relaxed environment. Learn about the Respite Program available to grandparents, and meet future friends. For more information, and to RSVP, please call The Resource Connection at 223-1624.  

AMADOR SUPERIOR COURT RESCHEDULES LAWDA Environmental lawsuit hearing to 10/22/13. Status Update - 9/6/13 - Amador Superior Court reschedules the lawsuit hearing again to Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013, 9:00 am until 4:30pm.The hearing will be held at AMADOR SUPERIOR COURT 500 Argonaut Lane Jackson, CA 95642. The hearing will be open to the public. The issues of clean air, water and land will be discussed in depth. More info at

LIBATIONS AND CONVERSATIONS - A new AAUW Amador interest group,” Libations and Conversations,” is debuting on Tuesday, October 22, 2013, 5:30-6:30 p.m., at J&D’s Steakhouse in Sutter Creek.  This is a fun, casual way for AAUW members and interested prospective members to gather monthly at changing venues to discuss various topics related to women’s issues, education and public policy over no-host drinks.  AAUW, a national organization, advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.  Membership is open to all graduates who hold an associate or higher degree from a regionally accredited college or university.  For more information call Susan at 296-0940 or visit


GOING GATSBY GALA - The Amador Community College Foundation presents the Going Gatsby Gala on November 16th at 5:30 PM at Gold Country Auto Restoration. Step back in time to the Roaring 20's! Dance to Sister Swing! Gatsby era attire is encouraged. The event features a keynote address by Delaine Eastin, Educational and Public Policy Executive, an elegant seated dinner, and silent and live auctions. RSVP by November 1st. Tickets are available online at  The event benefits the Amador Centers for Higher Learning. 

WINEFEST 2013 is just around the corner and tickets are now available!  On Saturday November 9th, AmadorArts will be hosting the 16th Annual Winefest in Downtown Sutter Creek.  As always, guests can stroll historic Main Streetwhile tasting a huge selection of Amador County Wines in unique Sutter Creek shops. Guests can check in to pick up their wine glass, wristband and tasting map at the Sutter Creek Auditorium starting at 4pm.  From 4:30- 7pm attendees will explore historic Main Street tasting selections from more than 20 Amador County Wineries poured in participating shops.  At 7pm, the Sutter Creek Auditorium will be the place to return to for dessert tasting, music and the conclusion of the silent auction.
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.  All proceeds from this event help AmadorArts continue to support, promote and encourage the Arts in our Schools and Community.

Tickets are on sale now through PayPal through and at these local businesses: Amador Council of Tourism Office, Sutter Creek Wine Tasting, Clarks Corner in Ione, Dr.Curry's Dental Office in Plymouth, and Up Country Hardware in Pine Grove.  Call AmadorArts at 209-267-9038 for any questions.



FESTIVAL OF CAROLS, an Interfaith Community of Choirs has begun rehearsals for
their 14th annual Concert, which benefits the Amador County Food Bank.
Rehearsals will be every Sunday from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm until the 3rd week in
In September rehearsals will be held at Faith Lutheran Church, (22601 Hwy. 88 at Red Corral, Pioneer) 9/7, 9/14/ 9/21 and 9/28.
The months of October and November have not been scheduled yet.
For further information on the Festival of Carols, you may visit:
For information re rehearsals and possible car pooling, you may call Shirley Turner at
This year’s Festival features Hande1’s Messiah, Part l and is scheduled for Friday,
November 22, 2013 (7 pm) Saturday, November 237 2013 ((3 pm) at Church of the
Nazarene, 14050 Ridge Rd. Sutter Creek. 

COUPONS NEEDED 60 Women Coming October 4 - On October 4-6th there will be the National Association of Women In Construction - Region 10 conference being held at the Hotel Sutter. I am putting together "Goodie Bags" for the 60 women that will be attending. If you would like your business included, please bring the coupons to the Visitor Center before Sept 29th so that I can get them assembled. on as you can do this would be greatly appreciated.
If the Visitor Center is not open please call my cell (916) 541-0276 and I will them up from you.
PLEASE DO NOT BRING THEM TO THE MUSIC BOX SHOP. I am trying to keep non-business related affairs out of my store (it disrupts sales).

LICENSED CHILD CARE PROVIDERS NEEDED! Do you love children? Are you willing to provide a safe, loving, high quality learning environment in your home?  Our staff can assist you with a Business Plan, Pre-licensing Requirements, Licensing Application, Health & Safety Classes, Learning Environments, Curriculum, and much more! For more information, please call The Resource Connection at 223-1624.


AMADOR TRANSIT: MONDAYS IN PLYMOUTH! Every Monday, Amador Transit will make three bus trips leaving our Sutter Hill Transit Center at 7:40am, 11:00am and 3:10pm. The bus will travel through Sutter Creek, Amador City, Drytown, and from Plymouth, to the River Pines Market, then back the same way to the Sutter Hill Transit Center.
Folks from River Pines and Amador City can now get to Plymouth or, to our Transit Center where they can catch a Shuttle to get just about anywhere in Jackson and Sutter Creek every Monday!

STORY TIMES AT THE AMADOR COUNTY LIBRARY. Amador County Library pre-school story time will resume at the main library in Jackson, Thursday September 12th at 10:30 a.m. Story time runs from September – May and is open to children 0-5 and their caregivers. All story times are 30 minutes and consist of one – three stories, songs and a simple craft. Pre-school story time is also available at the Ione Branch. Monday’s beginning at 10:00 a.m. For more information contact the library 209-223-6400 or email:

BOY SCOUTS ARE COLLECTING NEWSPAPER DONATIONS - Do you have stacks of newspapers, laying around your house, waiting to be recycled?  Then please bring them on down to the Busi Parking lot in Jackson. The Boy Scout Troops of Amador County are collecting your newspaper donations and accept on an on-going basis. The large cargo container sits at the very back of the parking lot. We ask that you only donate actual newspapers, no glossy advertising, magazines or books. All proceeds directly benefit the various Troops in Amador County. It's a Win-Win for everyone: our Scouts, you and the environment! 

DIFFERENT OPINIONS, DIFFERENT VIEWS, different beliefs, different politics, yet all can be respected and shown compassion. We don’t have to agree, we just have to care for each other with the same understanding we would want someone to show us. Whoever you are, wherever you are in your spiritual journey, you are welcomed here. Sunday services are at 8:30 and 10:30AM. Trinity Church is located at 430 Highway 49, Sutter Hill, across from Walgreens. For more information, call 267-0255, or visit - See more at: 

DONATE TO HELP COMMON GROUNDS SENIOR SERVICES! We are a new store at 18 Main Street in Jackson, CA Our name is Herndon's Haven, we sell Antiques-Collectibles & Vintage. Donated good can be dropped off or we can pick up. call ken at 209-256-9845. Percentage of profits goes to support Common Grounds Senior Services (Meals on Wheels)   We accept Antiques-Collectibles-Vintage-Records-books-paintings/pictures/art/frames/ Unique items & more. "Our Thanks to Bob Barfoot" Amador Counties singing Cowboy, What a gentleman this man is, Thank You Bob Herndon's Haven also accepts consignment of Antiques-Collectibles & Vintage we charge 33%

WANT A FREE BOWLING PARTY for your office, church, or non-profit group of 10 or more? Call Russell at 223-3334 to schedule a date. Available days and times include M-F, 5:30 pm and all day Sunday. Offer includes 2 free games of bowling and shoe rental per person. Additional games for only $2.75 each. Participants not already Bowling Reward cardholders may sign up and receive $5 bowling reward credit good for a future visit. Offer ends no later than September 2, 2013 and is subject to lane availability.

DONATE GLASSES and change someone’s life. Walgreen's now has a Sutter Creek Lion's Club eyeglass recycling box in the Pharmacy area by the table with the brochures. They accept prescription and reading glasses, sunglasses, and plastic and metal frames. Children’s glasses are especially needed!

The Interfaith Food Bank is trying to rebuild its volunteer roster, specifically on call volunteers. 
If you are a spur of the moment type person, willing to fill in at the last minute, at the drop of a hat, in a minutes' notice, quick like a bunny, in two shakes of a lamb's tail, quick as a wink and are Johnny on the spot weekdays and weekends, please email or call Volunteer Coordinator Di Stewart.  209-267-9006 for more information.
Have a news brief, announcement, press release? Letter to the Editor? A newsletter you'd like to have published? Email them to:
CLICK HERE for Amador Water Agency Board & Committee Meetings
CLICK HERE for the City of Jackson
CLICK HERE for the City of Sutter Creek
CLICK HERE for the City of Plymouth
CLICK HERE for the City of Ione
CLICK HERE for the Upcountry Community Council
Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) - Thurs Sept 19 - 
Amador Community College Foundation - Thurs Sept 19 -
Sutter Creek City Council: Special Meeting - Thurs Sept 19 -
AWA Community Outreach Committee - Thurs Sept 19 –
AWA Special Board Meeting - Thurs Sept 19 -
F.A.C.T. 5K FUN RUN/WALK – Sun Oct 13 -
PUBLIC WORKSHOP: Sutter Creek Community Center - Wed Sept 25 - 
Amador County Women’s Network – Wed Sept 26 -
Holding a meeting in your community that you'd like Amador County to know about? Send us a quick announcement/brief, telling us what it is, date, time, location and a brief description of what the meeting is about. Email your briefs/agendas to:

Classes, Workshops & Seminars
Amador County Recreation Agency Class Schedule
Amador Animal Response Team (ACART) - Wed Sept 11
ACTC Transportation Workshop - Tues Sept 17 -
Registration for EGUSD Virtual Academy closes on September 10 -
Collaboration in Natural Resource Management - Sept 10 -
US Congressman Tom McClintock Featured Speaker at Business/Education Summit - Fri Sept 13 -
Amador Community Foundation presents: "Supporting Your Community Through Philanthropy" - Thurs Sept 19 –  
Fitness For You Program begins Mon Oct 7 
The Arc of Amador & Calaveras and Hospice of Amador & Calaveras Partner to Present: Supporting Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Through Life-Ending Illness, Grief and Loss - Thurs Oct 24 –
NAMI Family to Family class offered - Oct 19-Nov 23 –

Holding a class, workshop or seminar? Send us a quick announcement/brief, telling us about it, give the date, time, location and a brief description of what the class is about. Email your briefs to:

Activities & Events
Amador Arts Council
Amador County Artists Association
Amador County Recreation Agency - Event Calendar
Events at Andis Wines
Events at Deaver Vineyars
Sutter Creek Gallery presents "Whimsical Toons" by artist Loretta Armstrong in October - AmadorArts.comAmador Artists Open Studios – Sept 21 & 22 –
“From Butterflies to Birds" - Popular Artist Stella Stevens to be featured at Gallery 10 in September –
"All Things Mechanical” - Sharon Galligan at Hanford St. Gallery in September –
Trysette and Fiona Joy Hawkins Touring Fall 2013 -
Mark Your Calendar! Sutter Creek Gallery presents "Whimsical Toons" by artist Loretta Armstrong in October - 
History of Carson Pass Guided Walks -
The Arc of Amador and Calaveras to benefit from United Way's Day of Caring – Fri Sept 13 -   
Sutter Creek Theater Presents: Yves Lambert Trio – Fri Sept 13
Jazz & Classical Fusion Concert featuring pianist Ron Brickman - Sun Sept 29 
FACL Book Drive Scheduled for September 14 -
Preston Castle Wine Tasting Tour – Sat Sept 14 /
Sutter Creek Theater Presents: Carl Verheyen Band – Sat Sept 14
St. Katharine Drexel: Carmina Sacra - Sun Sept 15 -
Sutter Creek Theater Presents: 'Two Grand I'm Yours' Fiona Joy Hawkins and Trysette – Sun – Sept 15 
Amador Artists Open Studios – Sept 21 & 22 -
Sutter Creek Theater Presents: Wendell Martin performs"An Evening with Mark Twain" – Sat Sept 21
11th Annual Bluegrassin' in the Foothills - Sept 20-22 -
Amador County Women’s Network – Wed Sept 26 -
16th Annual Diabetes Information Fair - Fri Sept 27 -
The First Annual Downtown Wine Tasting in the Streets in Amador City - Fri Sept 27 -
Pioneer Elementary School "Night Out For Pioneer" - Sat Sept 28 -
Farm to Fork Week’s Amador County Farm Tour and Dinner - Sun Sept 29 - 
ACWN Holiday Shopping Fundraiser - Sat Nov 9 -
OUTSIDE KATZ - Sutter Creek Farmers Market 9 am to 12 pm
DANCIN' IN THE STREETS - Every Saturday in Amador City 6pm to 9pm
BLUEGRASSIN' IN THE FOOTHILLS - Fri, Sat & Sun, Sept 20-22,
HERB BOXHORN appears at Bella Grace on Fri Sept 20th from 6-9PM. 73 Main, Sutter Creek
DARCEL HUNTER appears at Roaring Camp on Sat Sept 21,
FULL CIRCLE BAND and LOVE KNUCKLE appear at Bg's Lounge on Sat Sept 21,
OLD SOLES appear:
- September 21 - Saturday, 10AM - 5PM. The annual Fiddletown Jamboree.
- September 22 - Sunday afternoon, 4pm-6pm.  Volcano Union Inn and Pub in Volcano. no cover, all ages.October 20 - Sunday afternoon, 4pm-6pm. Volcano Union Inn and Pub in Volcano. no cover, all ages.
Wednesdays 3:00 – 6-PM
Pine Grove Community Park
Starting on August 1 through September
Thursdays 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
McGee Park on Main Street Plymouth
Saturdays – 9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
Eureka Street Parking Lot
Sundays 9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
Mel’s Restaurant Parking Lot on Hwy 49


SERVICE OFFERED: Auntie Marilyn’s Pet & House Sitting.
$20.00 PER FULL DAY (8 to 10 hours)
$25.00 OVERNIGHT (until 2PM the next day)
$55.00 PER WEEKEND (Friday thru Sunday until 2:00pm.)
SPECIAL RATE FOR A WEEK (7 days), $20 PER DAY ( 6 nights), 7th Day, $15 until 3 p.m. Call Marilyn at 267-5086 or e-mail

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Email your flyers (JPEG or PDF) to Carol Harper at: E-invoicing available.

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