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El Dorado Camera Club talks gear

El Dorado Camera Club News release Gear Talk will be the subject for the first meeting of the New Year for the El Dorado Camera Club on Thursday, Jan. 19. This is a chance for members and visitors to share and exchange information about any new and/or old camera gear. The meeting will be held […]

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‘American Idol’s’ soul songstress serenades Folsom

“American Idol’s” season six finalist Melinda Doolittle has wowed audiences everywhere from the White House to the Musicians Hall of Fame, the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. The soul songstress will bring her indelible charm and powerhouse vocals to the stage in a show called It Must Be Love at Harris Center for the Arts at […]

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Master Food Preservers: Joy in a jar with home canned Soup

Sue Mosbacher UCCE Master Food Preserver The other night I came home late from work. The house was cold, I was tired and I just wanted a bowl of hot soup to warm me up from the inside. I looked in my pantry to check out my selections: vegetable, beef stew, Cuban black bean, split […]

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Taste wines from the Original Grandpere Vineyard this weekend

Amador County’s Andis Wines, Scott Harvey Wines and Vino Noceto will be hosting a weekend of events Jan. 13-15 to celebrate the continuing vivacity of the Original Grandpère Vineyard, also known as Vineyard 1869. Over four days guests will have a chance to taste, sip and explore the zinfandel vineyard heralded as the oldest documented […]

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Sutter Street Theatre founders perform their own life’s play

If they had written a play where the hero and heroine, each possessing extreme measures of creative talent, found one another late in life, fell in love and against all odds built a community playhouse beloved throughout the land, it would be called “Connie and Mike and the Sutter Street Theatre.” It would be a […]

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Volunteers needed at Railtown 1897

California State Parks News release Do you enjoy sharing history? Love working as part of a team? Enjoy meeting with people from near and far? California State Parks and Railtown 1897 State Historic Park are now accepting applications for people interested in volunteering to help communicate the fascinating railroading history of the Movie Railroad in […]

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Sacramento Valley Chorus teaches the world to sing

The Sacramento Valley Chorus of Sweet Adelines International joins more than 600 world-wide choruses in teaching the world to sing during a special “Global Open House.” Women who enjoy singing are invited to the open house at 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at the Developmental Disabilities Multi-purpose Room, 2331 St. Mark’s Way in Sacramento. […]

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