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September 2014
Amador Farmers Market @ Jackson | Sunday, September 21
Amador Farmers Market in Jackson, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Sundays, 9 am - 12:30 pm. Busi Municipal Parking Lot (Mel's Diner) Hwy 49. Eat at Mel's, then shop the market. 209-418-7591
(m) Amador Artists Open Studios | Sunday, September 21
Enjoy the scenic Gold Country and discover the richness and variety of artistic talent to be found in Amador County. From 10am to 4pm. each day, wander at your own pace through various locations within the county during this year's FREE tour. Visit with artists working in a variety of styles and media: Painters, photographers, sculptors, fiber and gourd artists, jewelers and more. FREE maps will be available throughout the county after Aug. 15th. For additional information call: 209-274-6565, aaronbullock@yahoo.com, or skcampbell@volcano.net
(m) Beginning Square Dance Classes | Monday, September 22
You're going to love square dance! First three classes are FREE!

Beginning square dance classes, all ages, singles & couples

Sept 15, 22 and 29

No dance experience needed, new dancers accepted through September.

Jackson Claim Jumpers - Dancing since 1950!

Amador Senior Center, 229 New York Ranch Rd., Jackson.

For more info: Lucy Hackett, 209-223-4603

(m) Heart @ Jackson Rancheria | Tuesday, September 23
The famous female legends, Heart, take the Jackson Rancheria Outdoor Venue stage at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $25 for Dreamcatcher’s Club® members, available only at the Casino Cashier’s Cage and starting at $50 for non-Dreamcatcher’s Club® members, available at the Casino Cashier’s Cage or online at JacksonCasino.com.
Amador Farmers Market @ Pine Grove | Wednesday, September 24
Wednesdays, 3 pm - 6 pm, Pine Grove Community Park. June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Bring the whole family - kids welcome at the park. Picnic area to enjoy the fresh produce. 209-418-7591
(m) AAUW Amador County Fall Kickoff | Wednesday, September 24
Join the fun! at Drytown Cellars! AAUW Amador County is hosting a Fall 2014 Kickoff featuring "Farm to Fork" approach to nutrition and "Living the Fresh Life" locally. Presenters will have tables with examples of their products for viewing and demonstration purposes. Drytown Cellars, 16030 Hwy 49, Drytown. Time: 5:30pm
Amador Farmers Market @ Plymouth | Thursday, September 25
Thursdays, 4 pm - 7 pm, McGee Park - Main Street, Plymouth. August- September Wine Tasting, restaurant vendors for dining while you shop the market. 209-418-7591
Days of '49 Celebration | Thursday, September 25
The celebration will be held Sept. 25th through the 28th. It begins with a 4-day wagon train traveling from the Shenandoah Valley to Jackson, depicting an authentic look back in time at the first arrival of settlers and miners to the Amador County region. There will be a 2-day celebration on Main St., Jackson, highlights include a BBQ and an evening street dance on Main St. on Saturday. Sunday concludes with a parade down Main St., also food, interpretive historic displays such as gold panning, melodrama acts, collection of horse drawn wagons, costume contest and possibly a fast-draw competition. Collectible event poster are now available for purchase at the Chamber office and other local shops to promote event.

Check back for more details and check our Facebook page for updates on this event.

Days of '49 Celebration | Friday, September 26
The celebration will be held Sept. 25th through the 28th. It begins with a 4-day wagon train traveling from the Shenandoah Valley to Jackson, depicting an authentic look back in time at the first arrival of settlers and miners to the Amador County region. There will be a 2-day celebration on Main St., Jackson, highlights include a BBQ and an evening street dance on Main St. on Saturday. Sunday concludes with a parade down Main St., also food, interpretive historic displays such as gold panning, melodrama acts, collection of horse drawn wagons, costume contest and possibly a fast-draw competition. Collectible event poster are now available for purchase at the Chamber office and other local shops to promote event.

Check back for more details and check our Facebook page for updates on this event.

Tuolumne Writers Retreat | Friday, September 26
Join fellow writers in the 1850's gold rush town of Columbia. Guest speakers: Suzan Still & Shelly Muni. Participate in classes, hear featured speakers, take a lantern walk to the cemetery for a Ghost Poetry Open Mic, enjoy local storytellers and literary performances, Miners Nuggets of Prose & Poetry Reading, and Authors Row. For retreat information contact: www.sonorawriters.org
Amador Farmers Market @ Sutter Creek | Saturday, September 27
Saturdays, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). 9 am - 12 noon. Eureka Street Parking Lot. Enjoy historic Sutter Creek before or after shopping the market. 209-418-7591
Musical Organ Rally | Saturday, September 27
Experience the music of yesteryear! Unusual musical band organs from all over the country and their colorful owners, performing on Main Street, Jackson. See these wonderful machines work and learn a little about America’s past. A one-of-a-kind opportunity for the whole family! Free, on Main Street. Sat, Sept 27, 10 am - 4 pm. Sun, Sept 28, 1 pm: Musical Organ concert, Jackson United Methodist Church, 120 Church St.
Days of '49 Celebration | Saturday, September 27
The celebration will be held Sept. 25th through the 28th. It begins with a 4-day wagon train traveling from the Shenandoah Valley to Jackson, depicting an authentic look back in time at the first arrival of settlers and miners to the Amador County region. There will be a 2-day celebration on Main St., Jackson, highlights include a BBQ and an evening street dance on Main St. on Saturday. Sunday concludes with a parade down Main St., also food, interpretive historic displays such as gold panning, melodrama acts, collection of horse drawn wagons, costume contest and possibly a fast-draw competition. Collectible event poster are now available for purchase at the Chamber office and other local shops to promote event.

Check back for more details and check our Facebook page for updates on this event.

(m) Roaring Camp Saturday Night Cookout | Saturday, September 27
Our Saturday Night Cookout Dinner is a five hour trip into the canyon, leaving at 5:00 P.M. and returning at 10:00 P.M. After the guide shows you the Museum, Camp and our Placer Gold mine operation, he will show you how to pan for gold. (You keep the nuggets!). Music every Saturday night! This week: "Lovin Country". Cost is $50.00 per person for non-campers, or FREE for those who are staying in camp. Contact: 209-296-4100
For busy parents-to-be. This six and a half hour, information-packed Saturday class is designed to present a condensed version of weeks 1, 2 and 3 of the Great Beginnings Series. A tour of the Family Birth Center is optional. Lunch is included. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $50/couple.9:00am to 3:30pm. Class Registration, please call (209) 223-7452
Tuolumne Writers Retreat | Saturday, September 27
Join fellow writers in the 1850's gold rush town of Columbia. Guest speakers: Suzan Still & Shelly Muni. Participate in classes, hear featured speakers, take a lantern walk to the cemetery for a Ghost Poetry Open Mic, enjoy local storytellers and literary performances, Miners Nuggets of Prose & Poetry Reading, and Authors Row. For retreat information contact: www.sonorawriters.org
Amador High Cheer 1st Annual Flea Market | Saturday, September 27
(m) Chaw'se Big Time Celebration 2014 | Saturday, September 27
Ione Band of Miwok Indians present their Chaw'se Big Time Celebration. Come out to Chaw'se Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park, located at 14881 Pine Grove-Volcano Rd., Pine Grove, to celebrate the Acorn Harvest season. There will be vendors with Native American crafts and jewelry, food and Native American Dancers. A deep pit BBQ on Saturday evening. Raffles and much more. There's no set schedule of events, but most activities will occur from late morning to late afternoon, roughly 10 am to 5 pm. An $8 State Parks Day Use Fee will be charged for entry. **No drugs or alcohol will be permitted at any time.
(m) Dad & Me | Saturday, September 27
Calling all dads, uncles, grandpas, etc.... a morning of fun activities for children 0-5 years old! Celebrate National Literacy Month with puppet friends and stories! *Create your own book! *Enjoy healthy snacks, a special guest for story-time, and lots of fun activities! *Meet the new Dad & Me Coordinator, and take home a FREE book! 10am to 12pm, Margaret Dalton Children's Center, 975 Broadway, Jackson. This event is FREE! Space is limited. To reserve a spot, please call 257-1092
Wing & Wheels @ Westover Field | Saturday, September 27
Come to Wing & Wheels at Westover Field (12380 Airport Rd.) from 9am to 3pm. Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), Young Eagle Flight. Kids ages 8 -17 fly FREE with parents' permission. Cal-Fire, CHP, Hot Rods on display. Hot dogs offered by Fat Freddie's. Jamba Juice and lots more!
Amador Farmers Market @ Jackson | Sunday, September 28
Amador Farmers Market in Jackson, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Sundays, 9 am - 12:30 pm. Busi Municipal Parking Lot (Mel's Diner) Hwy 49. Eat at Mel's, then shop the market. 209-418-7591
Musical Organ Rally | Sunday, September 28
Experience the music of yesteryear! Unusual musical band organs from all over the country and their colorful owners, performing on Main Street, Jackson. See these wonderful machines work and learn a little about America’s past. A one-of-a-kind opportunity for the whole family! Free, on Main Street. Sat, Sept 27, 10 am - 4 pm. Sun, Sept 28, 1 pm: Musical Organ concert, Jackson United Methodist Church, 120 Church St.
Days of '49 Celebration | Sunday, September 28
The celebration will be held Sept. 25th through the 28th. It begins with a 4-day wagon train traveling from the Shenandoah Valley to Jackson, depicting an authentic look back in time at the first arrival of settlers and miners to the Amador County region. There will be a 2-day celebration on Main St., Jackson, highlights include a BBQ and an evening street dance on Main St. on Saturday. Sunday concludes with a parade down Main St., also food, interpretive historic displays such as gold panning, melodrama acts, collection of horse drawn wagons, costume contest and possibly a fast-draw competition. Collectible event poster are now available for purchase at the Chamber office and other local shops to promote event.

Check back for more details and check our Facebook page for updates on this event.

(m) Tri Amador @ Lake Camanche | Sunday, September 28
Swim the Waters of Lake Camanche, bike a loop through the beautiful hills of Buena Vista, and Run an out-and-back on the lake-view China Gulch Trail. Awards presented to top finishers and age groups. All participants will receive a t-shirt & swim cap. **Shirts guaranteed for registrations prior to Sept. 6. Register on line at Active.com Or Amador County Recreation Agency at 209-223-6349
Tuolumne Writers Retreat | Sunday, September 28
Join fellow writers in the 1850's gold rush town of Columbia. Guest speakers: Suzan Still & Shelly Muni. Participate in classes, hear featured speakers, take a lantern walk to the cemetery for a Ghost Poetry Open Mic, enjoy local storytellers and literary performances, Miners Nuggets of Prose & Poetry Reading, and Authors Row. For retreat information contact: www.sonorawriters.org
(m) Chaw'se Big Time Celebration 2014 | Sunday, September 28
Ione Band of Miwok Indians present their Chaw'se Big Time Celebration. Come out to Chaw'se Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park, located at 14881 Pine Grove-Volcano Rd., Pine Grove, to celebrate the Acorn Harvest season. There will be vendors with Native American crafts and jewelry, food and Native American Dancers. A deep pit BBQ on Saturday evening. Raffles and much more. There's no set schedule of events, but most activities will occur from late morning to late afternoon, roughly 10 am to 5 pm. An $8 State Parks Day Use Fee will be charged for entry. **No drugs or alcohol will be permitted at any time.
(m) Night at the Opera | Sunday, September 28
6 pm, Imperial Hotel, Amador City. The Mother Lode Friends of Music presents an evening of selections from opera and musical theatre featuring three nationally prominent singers: soprano Sandra Bengochea, tenor Christopher Bengochea and baritone Joseph Wiggett. Selections from Mozart, Puccini, Verdi, Sondheim, Lloyd Weber and others. A gourmet meal with wine served by the hotel staff is included in the price of admission. $45 per person. Call (209) 293-4227 or go to www.mlfm.org for more information.
(m) Beginning Square Dance Classes | Monday, September 29
You're going to love square dance! First three classes are FREE!

Beginning square dance classes, all ages, singles & couples

Sept 15, 22 and 29

No dance experience needed, new dancers accepted through September.

Jackson Claim Jumpers - Dancing since 1950!

Amador Senior Center, 229 New York Ranch Rd., Jackson.

For more info: Lucy Hackett, 209-223-4603

This one-evening class is a must for expectant mothers who have chosen or are considering breastfeeding. This class is included in the Great Beginnings Series. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $10/family. Time 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Sutter Amador Hospital, 200 Mission Blvd. Jackson. Class Registration, please call (209) 223-7452
October 2014
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Wednesday, October 1
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Pine Grove | Wednesday, October 1
Wednesdays, 3 pm - 6 pm, Pine Grove Community Park. June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Bring the whole family - kids welcome at the park. Picnic area to enjoy the fresh produce. 209-418-7591
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Thursday, October 2
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Stroke Support Group | Thursday, October 2
The Gold Country Stroke Support Group meets the first Thursday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m., at the hospital. Time 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM. Sutter Amador Hospital, TBD, 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson. Class Registration, for more information, call (209) 217-8028.
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Friday, October 3
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Over The Edge in Concert at BellaGrace (73 Main Street, Sutter Creek). 6-9pm. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening. There is a $10 cover price for all who would like to enjoy the evening. A variety of food (check the eEventsf tab on BellaGraceVineyards.com for tonightfs food choices) and BellaGrace wine are available for purchase. Please no outside alcoholic beverages..
Come upcountry to the 1st Annual UpCountry Rotary Club "Drive-In on the Green" at Mace meadows Golf Course from 3:30pm to 9pm. Enjoy an evening of 50's fun with classic cars, hot rods & a movie "American Graffiti". Car show and movie ~~ FREE. $5 public parking. Movie starts at 7pm. Food available. Raffle! ***All proceeds benefit our upcountry communities, seniors & youth, scholarships & camps, dictionaries, food bank and Boy Scouts.
(m) Fall Festival! @ Flower Farm | Saturday, October 4
October 4th & 5th, Saturday & Sunday. After our long hot summer, the days begin to cool and the fall planting season heats up! Join us for our Fall Fun Days Festival. There will be fun for the entire family. Visit the farm animals, take a free tram ride tour of the farm and venture through the hay bale maze, pumpkin patch and cornfield maze. Gardening experts will be on hand to answer gardening questions and give a variety of hourly demonstrations. Food will be available for sale or you are welcome to pack your own picnic. Open 9am-4pm with no admission fee. Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Saturday, October 4
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
"Golden Threads" Quilt Show | Saturday, October 4
The Mother Lode Quilters Guild presents "Golden Threads" Quilt Show, Sat., Oct. 4th (10am - 5pm) and Sun. Oct. 5th (10am - 4pm). Quilts, wearable art, appraiser, vendors, country store and Guild Challenge. Event will be held in historic downtown Sutter Creek Auditorium and Community Center (18 Main St., Jackson). Admission: $6.00. For more info go to website or contact: Anelie: 209-296-7059 or anelie@earthlink.net
Amador Farmers Market @ Sutter Creek | Saturday, October 4
Saturdays, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). 9 am - 12 noon. Eureka Street Parking Lot. Enjoy historic Sutter Creek before or after shopping the market. 209-418-7591
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Come to the 46th Annual Trophy Meet of the Austin Bantam Society. Event will be held downtown Main St., Jackson, from 10am to 3pm. Admission is FREE! Don't miss this rare opportunity to see a wide variety of these seldom seen cars! Visit website for more info.
Bob Malone & his band --New Orleans Blues, jazz, soul, rhythm & blues.Bob is currently John Fogarty's touring pianist! This guy is HOT! 8:00 pm. $18 adv / $20 day of show. 44 Main Street, Sutter Creek. Show info (916) 425-0077
(m) The Big Crush | Saturday, October 4
BIG CRUSH is the time to see the harvest in action and this year will be no exception. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. you’re invited to see the Crush in full swing. Tickets for the “Big Crush,” are good for wine tasting, food and all activities. $40 per person in advance for the weekend. Sunday only tickets are $30 per person in advance. Tickets are $5 more the day of the event. Each ticket includes a commemorative wine glass. Tickets will be sold online at www.amadorwine.com. Phone: 888-655-8614
(m) Flyfishing Classes @ The HUB | Saturday, October 4
Classes will be held at The HUB Community Center, 206B Main St., Jackson, from 9am to 3pm, Oct. 4ht and 5th. Fishing trip Oct. 18th, time and location TBD. Cost is $40, please pre-register early with ACRA (course size is limited to 20 people, 18 years old or older. Ages 12-17 can participate if accompanied by an adult participant. For more info please call 223-6349 or email: amoyer@amadorgov.org
Fiddletown painter Wendy Rogers is an award winning watercolorist and blogger with work in private collections throughout the country. Rogers is the featured artists for the month of October at the Sutter Creek Gallery. Sutter Creek Gallery invites you to visit with Wendy Rogers at the October 4 reception in her honor and view her paintings along with prints of her artwork and hand-painted cards. The reception, from 4 to 7 p.m., is part of the region’s First Saturday Art Trek.
(m) Fall Festival! @ Flower Farm | Sunday, October 5
October 4th & 5th, Saturday & Sunday. After our long hot summer, the days begin to cool and the fall planting season heats up! Join us for our Fall Fun Days Festival. There will be fun for the entire family. Visit the farm animals, take a free tram ride tour of the farm and venture through the hay bale maze, pumpkin patch and cornfield maze. Gardening experts will be on hand to answer gardening questions and give a variety of hourly demonstrations. Food will be available for sale or you are welcome to pack your own picnic. Open 9am-4pm with no admission fee. Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Sunday, October 5
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
"Golden Threads" Quilt Show | Sunday, October 5
The Mother Lode Quilters Guild presents "Golden Threads" Quilt Show, Sat., Oct. 4th (10am - 5pm) and Sun. Oct. 5th (10am - 4pm). Quilts, wearable art, appraiser, vendors, country store and Guild Challenge. Event will be held in historic downtown Sutter Creek Auditorium and Community Center (18 Main St., Jackson). Admission: $6.00. For more info go to website or contact: Anelie: 209-296-7059 or anelie@earthlink.net
Amador Farmers Market @ Jackson | Sunday, October 5
Amador Farmers Market in Jackson, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Sundays, 9 am - 12:30 pm. Busi Municipal Parking Lot (Mel's Diner) Hwy 49. Eat at Mel's, then shop the market. 209-418-7591
(m) The Big Crush | Sunday, October 5
BIG CRUSH is the time to see the harvest in action and this year will be no exception. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. you’re invited to see the Crush in full swing. Tickets for the “Big Crush,” are good for wine tasting, food and all activities. $40 per person in advance for the weekend. Sunday only tickets are $30 per person in advance. Tickets are $5 more the day of the event. Each ticket includes a commemorative wine glass. Tickets will be sold online at www.amadorwine.com. Phone: 888-655-8614
(m) Flyfishing Classes @ The HUB | Sunday, October 5
Classes will be held at The HUB Community Center, 206B Main St., Jackson, from 9am to 3pm, Oct. 4ht and 5th. Fishing trip Oct. 18th, time and location TBD. Cost is $40, please pre-register early with ACRA (course size is limited to 20 people, 18 years old or older. Ages 12-17 can participate if accompanied by an adult participant. For more info please call 223-6349 or email: amoyer@amadorgov.org
(m) 7th Annual Empty Bowl Luncheon | Sunday, October 5
Enjoy lunch and feed a bunch! The premise of the fundraiser is that guests are invited to sit down for a simple meal of soup and bread, and are given a bowl as a memento to take home as a reminder of all the empty bowls in the world. Join us from 11am to 2pm at the Amador Senior Center (229 New York Ranch Rd., Jackson). 209-267-9006
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Monday, October 6
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Bingo @ Italian Picnic Grounds | Monday, October 6
ACRA Bingo at the Italian Picnic Grounds. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Mondays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Sponsored Jackpots up to $100. Black out is $150. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
(m) Veterans Community Blood Drive | Monday, October 6
VFW 8254, DAV 188 & American Legion 108 are again sponsoring their Veterans Community Blood Drive from 11am to 6pm at the American Legion Hall (Airport Rd. & Hwy 49, Sutter Creek). Information Contact: 209-223-1269
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Tuesday, October 7
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Bingo @ American Legion Hall | Tuesday, October 7
ACRA Bingo at the American Legion Hall. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Black out is up to $200. Pull tabs & raffle prizes. Complimentary desserts & coffee. Beer, wine, soda and water available for purchase. Feel free to bring your own dinner. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
These one-evening, interactive classes are designed to address the unique needs of first-time fathers and mothers. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $10/family. Time 6:00pm to 8:30pm, Sutter Amador Hospital, 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson. Class Registration: please call (209) 223-7452
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Wednesday, October 8
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Pine Grove | Wednesday, October 8
Wednesdays, 3 pm - 6 pm, Pine Grove Community Park. June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Bring the whole family - kids welcome at the park. Picnic area to enjoy the fresh produce. 209-418-7591
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Thursday, October 9
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Friday, October 10
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Richard Smith @ Sutter Creek Theatre | Friday, October 10
Richard Smith - amazing fingerstyle guitar. National fingerstyle guitar champion. 8:00 pm. $16 adv / $18 day of show. 44 Main Street, Sutter Creek. Show info (916) 425-0077
(m) Women and Their Trailers Weekend | Friday, October 10
Come join us in the beautiful town of Pine Grove, CA, near Jackson, for a weekend of fun vintage trailer camping, presentations, contests, public trailer tours plus also help to give back to the local community. The purpose of this event is to not only have fun and learn more about vintage trailering, but also, by collecting donations and raffle ticket fees, proceeds will be given to “Operation Care” in Jackson, CA, who have been offering assistance to women and their families since 1980. Click on event for more info.
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Saturday, October 11
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Sutter Creek | Saturday, October 11
Saturdays, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). 9 am - 12 noon. Eureka Street Parking Lot. Enjoy historic Sutter Creek before or after shopping the market. 209-418-7591
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Moondog's Moon Bash | Saturday, October 11
Amador County Fair Foundation presents the 2nd Annual "Moondog's Moon Bash" @ Amador County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 3pm, 1st heat at 4pm. FREE PARKING. Tickets $20 each, 12 & under FREE! Tickets available online or Amador County Fair Office, Fairgrounds, Plymouth - 245-6921, or Amador County Chamber of Commerce, 115 Main St., Jackson - 223-0350
(m) Women and Their Trailers Weekend | Saturday, October 11
Come join us in the beautiful town of Pine Grove, CA, near Jackson, for a weekend of fun vintage trailer camping, presentations, contests, public trailer tours plus also help to give back to the local community. The purpose of this event is to not only have fun and learn more about vintage trailering, but also, by collecting donations and raffle ticket fees, proceeds will be given to “Operation Care” in Jackson, CA, who have been offering assistance to women and their families since 1980. Click on event for more info.
Ladies Night @ Sutter Creek | Saturday, October 11
You're invited to Ladies Night in historic Sutter Creek from 5pm to 8pm. Enjoy an evening of authentic charm and hospitality as you stroll the streets of Sutter Creek. Visit each participating business and enter the drawings. Over $1000 worth of prizes and gift certificates will be given away. No purchase necessary. Raffle at 8:30pm at the Hotel Sutter (Must be present to win)
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Sunday, October 12
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Jackson | Sunday, October 12
Amador Farmers Market in Jackson, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Sundays, 9 am - 12:30 pm. Busi Municipal Parking Lot (Mel's Diner) Hwy 49. Eat at Mel's, then shop the market. 209-418-7591
Chili Cook-Off & Car Show | Sunday, October 12
The Hit & Giggle golf tournaments for 2014 will begin in June. Today's event is @ 2pm. The tournament format is two person teams composed of a man and a woman. Cost is $20 per person (includes dinner & prizes), plus a golf & cart fee. Reservations t Pro Shop @ 209-295-0670.
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Amador County Concert Band | Sunday, October 12
All seasonal ACCBand Concerts are free to the public. August 17th, Pine Grove Community Church, 3PM. October 12th, Pine Grove Community Church, 3PM. December 7th, Pine Grove Community Church, 3PM. Community Church of Pine Grove 14045 Ponderosa Way, Pine Grove. (209) 296-7753
(m) Women and Their Trailers Weekend | Sunday, October 12
Come join us in the beautiful town of Pine Grove, CA, near Jackson, for a weekend of fun vintage trailer camping, presentations, contests, public trailer tours plus also help to give back to the local community. The purpose of this event is to not only have fun and learn more about vintage trailering, but also, by collecting donations and raffle ticket fees, proceeds will be given to “Operation Care” in Jackson, CA, who have been offering assistance to women and their families since 1980. Click on event for more info.
Interfaith Food Bank is hosting their 5th Annual Jackson Mid-Town 5K Run/Walk at Sutter Amador Hospital (Huberty Way). Check In: Race Day @ 8am. Race Start: 9am. Kid's Fun run: 8:30am. 5K entry fee: $30, includes T-shirt (Kid's Fun Run $5 or FREE with non-perishable food donation (no t-shirt). Questions?? Contact: Denise Schaad, 256-1829 or Colleen Begovich, 223-1618
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Monday, October 13
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Tuesday, October 14
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Wednesday, October 15
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Pine Grove | Wednesday, October 15
Wednesdays, 3 pm - 6 pm, Pine Grove Community Park. June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Bring the whole family - kids welcome at the park. Picnic area to enjoy the fresh produce. 209-418-7591
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Thursday, October 16
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Preston Castle Halloween Haunt | Friday, October 17
Preston Castle, 900 (end of) Palm Drive, Ione. The event you've been waiting for, Halloween 2014 at the magnificent, eerie, scary, Preston Castle! Gates open at 6:00 pm, first scare tour at 6:30 pm. Order tickets according to which night you want to attend. $20 per ticket, General Admission (14 and up). $10 per ticket, Youth, Under age 14. $5 per ticket, younger children not going on scare tour - stories, games, fun activities (no unattended children)
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Friday, October 17
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Fall Book Sale | Friday, October 17
The Friends of the Amador County Library will hold their Fall Book Sale Oct. 17 - 19 at the American Legion Hall (12134 Airport Rd., Sutter Creek on Hwy 49 across from the Italian Picnic Grounds). Thousands of books, audio books, DVDs and CDs in every category will be sold at bargain prices. Proceeds from the sale benefit the Amador County Library. For more information call: 209-223-3390
Hanz Araki - An Irish music phenomenon! 8:00 pm. $18 adv / $20 day of show. 44 Main Street, Sutter Creek. Show info (916) 425-0077
(m) Preston Castle Halloween Haunt | Saturday, October 18
Preston Castle, 900 (end of) Palm Drive, Ione. The event you've been waiting for, Halloween 2014 at the magnificent, eerie, scary, Preston Castle! Gates open at 6:00 pm, first scare tour at 6:30 pm. Order tickets according to which night you want to attend. $20 per ticket, General Admission (14 and up). $10 per ticket, Youth, Under age 14. $5 per ticket, younger children not going on scare tour - stories, games, fun activities (no unattended children)
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Saturday, October 18
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Sutter Creek | Saturday, October 18
Saturdays, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). 9 am - 12 noon. Eureka Street Parking Lot. Enjoy historic Sutter Creek before or after shopping the market. 209-418-7591
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Please join us for the Sutter Amador Hospital Foundation 3rd Annual Theme Ball. This year's theme is "Heroes and Villains". Dinner, Auction, Raffle, Dancing raising funds for expanded cardiology services and chemotherapy infusion suite. Time: 6pm. at Jackson Rancheria Hotel grand Ballroom. Come as an individual or recruit nine other friends. Pick your favorite Heroes and Villains. Create a centerpiece for your table based on the heroes and villains you chose. Prizes will be awarded based on: Best table decoration and Best costume. Tickets Information: $100 per person
Fall Book Sale | Saturday, October 18
The Friends of the Amador County Library will hold their Fall Book Sale Oct. 17 - 19 at the American Legion Hall (12134 Airport Rd., Sutter Creek on Hwy 49 across from the Italian Picnic Grounds). Thousands of books, audio books, DVDs and CDs in every category will be sold at bargain prices. Proceeds from the sale benefit the Amador County Library. For more information call: 209-223-3390
Red Moon Road @ Sutter Creek Theatre | Saturday, October 18
Red Moon Road - Canadian roots and alt country. "Canada's most energetic and endearing folk harmony trio". 8:00 pm. $16 adv / $18 day of show. Sutter Creek Theatre, 44 Main St., Sutter Creek. (916)425-0077
Amador Astronomical Society and Amador County Recreation Agency is offering a class at Molly Joyce Park, Pioneer @ 6:30pm. We have a comet near Mars and an eclipse in mid-October. Want to know more? Join us! Workshop will be followed by a Star Party after dark. Richard Rymer - 295-6651, astrorich@volcano.net
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Sunday, October 19
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Jackson | Sunday, October 19
Amador Farmers Market in Jackson, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Sundays, 9 am - 12:30 pm. Busi Municipal Parking Lot (Mel's Diner) Hwy 49. Eat at Mel's, then shop the market. 209-418-7591
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Fall Book Sale | Sunday, October 19
The Friends of the Amador County Library will hold their Fall Book Sale Oct. 17 - 19 at the American Legion Hall (12134 Airport Rd., Sutter Creek on Hwy 49 across from the Italian Picnic Grounds). Thousands of books, audio books, DVDs and CDs in every category will be sold at bargain prices. Proceeds from the sale benefit the Amador County Library. For more information call: 209-223-3390
(m) Sierra Harvest Brew-Fest | Sunday, October 19
Enjoy well-crafted micro-brews from Northern California and Nevada. Live music, food and craft beer all together celebrating the Fall Harvest! 1pm to 4pm. Grand oak Ballroom, Jackson Rancheria. $20 pre-sale, $25 at the door (only $10 for Elite/VIP Dreamcatchers Club members & Designated Drivers). Tickets are available at the Casino Cashier's Cage or online
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Monday, October 20
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Bingo @ Italian Picnic Grounds | Monday, October 20
ACRA Bingo at the Italian Picnic Grounds. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Mondays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Sponsored Jackpots up to $100. Black out is $150. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Tuesday, October 21
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Bingo @ American Legion Hall | Tuesday, October 21
ACRA Bingo at the American Legion Hall. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Black out is up to $200. Pull tabs & raffle prizes. Complimentary desserts & coffee. Beer, wine, soda and water available for purchase. Feel free to bring your own dinner. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
This one-evening class is highly recommended for first-time or experienced mothers who are planning to breastfeed. Find out more about the latest research and recommendations for success. This interactive class is taught by a certified lactation consultant. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $10/family. Please call (209) 223-7452 to register. Time 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Sutter Amador Hospital, 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Wednesday, October 22
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Pine Grove | Wednesday, October 22
Wednesdays, 3 pm - 6 pm, Pine Grove Community Park. June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Bring the whole family - kids welcome at the park. Picnic area to enjoy the fresh produce. 209-418-7591
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Thursday, October 23
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Preston Castle Halloween Haunt | Friday, October 24
Preston Castle, 900 (end of) Palm Drive, Ione. The event you've been waiting for, Halloween 2014 at the magnificent, eerie, scary, Preston Castle! Gates open at 6:00 pm, first scare tour at 6:30 pm. Order tickets according to which night you want to attend. $20 per ticket, General Admission (14 and up). $10 per ticket, Youth, Under age 14. $5 per ticket, younger children not going on scare tour - stories, games, fun activities (no unattended children). *** * As of the beginning of Sept., the 2014 Halloween Haunt is subject to cancellation, due the State Fire Marshal not allowing visitors inside the Castle. We expect to have this situation resolved soon, but if we do not, we will issue you a refund.
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Friday, October 24
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Rocky Horror Picture Show | Friday, October 24
Come enjoy this cult classic at The HUB in downtown Jackson. Come in Costume and Create the Experience known as the "Rocky Horror Picture Show". Bring rice, newspaper, squirt guns, flashlight, rubber gloves, noisemakers, confetti, T.P., toast, party hat, bell, and a deck of cards. Scripts are available. The movie starts at 7pm and is $5 per person. 209-223-6349
(m) Preston Castle Halloween Haunt | Saturday, October 25
Preston Castle, 900 (end of) Palm Drive, Ione. The event you've been waiting for, Halloween 2014 at the magnificent, eerie, scary, Preston Castle! Gates open at 6:00 pm, first scare tour at 6:30 pm. Order tickets according to which night you want to attend. $20 per ticket, General Admission (14 and up). $10 per ticket, Youth, Under age 14. $5 per ticket, younger children not going on scare tour - stories, games, fun activities (no unattended children). *** * As of the beginning of Sept., the 2014 Halloween Haunt is subject to cancellation, due the State Fire Marshal not allowing visitors inside the Castle. We expect to have this situation resolved soon, but if we do not, we will issue you a refund.
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Saturday, October 25
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Sutter Creek | Saturday, October 25
Saturdays, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). 9 am - 12 noon. Eureka Street Parking Lot. Enjoy historic Sutter Creek before or after shopping the market. 209-418-7591
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Calaveras Live! | Saturday, October 25
6:30pm - 9:00pm. One night only! A live variety show that will surprise you! Featuring Las Vegas headliner: Todd Paul. Highlighting exceptional local talent Wine Reception, Fine Art Auction, Memorial Tribute Video & Raffle.$45 Presale, $50 @ Door. Black Bart Playhouse, Murphys. **Proceeds benefit Hospice of Amador & Calaveras. ***To include your loved ones in very special Memorial Tribute Video, simply send us their name, a picture or two and a $10 donation
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Sunday, October 26
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Jackson | Sunday, October 26
Amador Farmers Market in Jackson, June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Sundays, 9 am - 12:30 pm. Busi Municipal Parking Lot (Mel's Diner) Hwy 49. Eat at Mel's, then shop the market. 209-418-7591
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Monday, October 27
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Tuesday, October 28
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Wednesday, October 29
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
Amador Farmers Market @ Pine Grove | Wednesday, October 29
Wednesdays, 3 pm - 6 pm, Pine Grove Community Park. June - October (month of October depends on weather and availability of crops). Bring the whole family - kids welcome at the park. Picnic area to enjoy the fresh produce. 209-418-7591
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Thursday, October 30
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
(m) Josh Turner @ Jackson Rancheria | Thursday, October 30
Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort welcomes country music superstar Josh Turner to the Grand Oak Ballroom stage at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $60 for Section 3 Seating, $70 for Section 2 Seating and $90 for Section 1 Seating. To purchase tickets, visit JacksonCasino.com or the Casino Cashier’s Cage. Dreamcatcher’s Club® members will receive a $10 discount on Section 3 tickets purchased only at the Casino Cashier’s Cage.
(m) Preston Castle Halloween Haunt | Friday, October 31
Preston Castle, 900 (end of) Palm Drive, Ione. The event you've been waiting for, Halloween 2014 at the magnificent, eerie, scary, Preston Castle! Gates open at 6:00 pm, first scare tour at 6:30 pm. Order tickets according to which night you want to attend. $20 per ticket, General Admission (14 and up). $10 per ticket, Youth, Under age 14. $5 per ticket, younger children not going on scare tour - stories, games, fun activities (no unattended children)
(m) Pumpkin Patch @ Flower Farm | Friday, October 31
October 1-31st. Our pumpkin patch and corn maze are open daily 9-4 with no admission fee. Visit our farm animals and take a free tram ride tour every weekend in October, (weather permitting). Bring the kids and a camera! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
November 2014
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Bingo @ Italian Picnic Grounds | Monday, November 3
ACRA Bingo at the Italian Picnic Grounds. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Mondays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Sponsored Jackpots up to $100. Black out is $150. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
(m) Bingo @ American Legion Hall | Tuesday, November 4
ACRA Bingo at the American Legion Hall. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Black out is up to $200. Pull tabs & raffle prizes. Complimentary desserts & coffee. Beer, wine, soda and water available for purchase. Feel free to bring your own dinner. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
This series of six classes helps you and your partner welcome your new baby strengthened by a foundation of knowledge, confidence and love. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $60/couple. 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Sutter Amador Outpatient Services Center, Mountain/Meadow Conference Room, 100 Mission Blvd., Jackson. Class Registration, please call (209) 223-7452
(m) Stroke Support Group | Thursday, November 6
The Gold Country Stroke Support Group meets the first Thursday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m., at the hospital. Time 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM. Sutter Amador Hospital, TBD, 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson. Class Registration, for more information, call (209) 217-8028.
Career & College Fair 2014 | Thursday, November 6
You cordially invited to participate in the Argonaut High School "Career & College Fair" from 11:30am to 2pm in the high school multi-purpose room. This event is open to Argonaut High students, grades 9-12. For details contact: Ms. Jennifer Putman, Career Technician, Argonaut High School, 209-257-7757, FAX 209-223-3149 or email: jputman@acusd.org
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
"Camping with Henry and Tom" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from October 3rd to November 8th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Winefest | Saturday, November 8
The 17th annual Winefest in Sutter Creek, the popular walk-about wine-tasting event sponsored by AmadorArts, is just around the corner! On Saturday November 8th, stroll historic Main Street while tasting a huge selection of Amador County Wines in Sutter Creek’s shops. Visit www.amadorarts.org or phone 209-267-9038.
Chowda Chomp ~ Save the date! | Sunday, November 9
SAVE THE DATE! 11am to 3pm. Volcano Union Inn. Benefits the Volcano Scholarship Fund***More info to come
(m) A Night in Paris  | Saturday, November 15
(m) Bingo @ Italian Picnic Grounds | Monday, November 17
ACRA Bingo at the Italian Picnic Grounds. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Mondays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Sponsored Jackpots up to $100. Black out is $150. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
(m) Bingo @ American Legion Hall | Tuesday, November 18
ACRA Bingo at the American Legion Hall. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Black out is up to $200. Pull tabs & raffle prizes. Complimentary desserts & coffee. Beer, wine, soda and water available for purchase. Feel free to bring your own dinner. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
This one-evening class is a must for expectant mothers who have chosen or are considering breastfeeding. This class is included in the Great Beginnings Series. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $10/family. Time 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Sutter Amador Hospital, 200 Mission Blvd. Jackson. Class Registration, please call (209) 223-7452
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) A Christmas Story @ Volcano Theatre | Saturday, November 29
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
December 2014
(m) Bingo @ Italian Picnic Grounds | Monday, December 1
ACRA Bingo at the Italian Picnic Grounds. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Mondays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Sponsored Jackpots up to $100. Black out is $150. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
(m) Bingo @ American Legion Hall | Tuesday, December 2
ACRA Bingo at the American Legion Hall. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Black out is up to $200. Pull tabs & raffle prizes. Complimentary desserts & coffee. Beer, wine, soda and water available for purchase. Feel free to bring your own dinner. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
These one-evening, interactive classes are designed to address the unique needs of first-time fathers and mothers. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $10/family. Time 6:00pm to 8:30pm, Sutter Amador Hospital, 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson. Class Registration: please call (209) 223-7452
(m) Stroke Support Group | Thursday, December 4
The Gold Country Stroke Support Group meets the first Thursday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m., at the hospital. Time 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM. Sutter Amador Hospital, TBD, 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson. Class Registration, for more information, call (209) 217-8028.
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) A Christmas Story @ Volcano Theatre | Saturday, December 6
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Visit with Santa at the farm! | Sunday, December 7
11am-3pm. Santa only visits once a year so don't miss him! Come ride the Candy Cane Tram (weather permitting), look for local wildlife in the pond, sip complimentary hot cider and enjoy a holiday cookie by the woodstove. And the best part? You'll find us here in the serenity of the foothills not in the madness of a city mall! Amador Flower Farm, 22001 Shenandoah School Rd., Plymouth. 209-245-6660
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Amador County Concert Band | Sunday, December 7
All seasonal ACCBand Concerts are free to the public. August 17th, Pine Grove Community Church, 3PM. October 12th, Pine Grove Community Church, 3PM. December 7th, Pine Grove Community Church, 3PM. Community Church of Pine Grove 14045 Ponderosa Way, Pine Grove. (209) 296-7753
(m) Robert Cray @ Jackson Rancheria | Thursday, December 11
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Dec. 13 and 14,Preston Castle, 900 (end of) Palm Drive, Ione. Travel back to olden times at the beautiful Preston Castle, from 10 am to 4 pm, and find lots of interesting arts, crafts, jewelry, baked goods, and other gift items while listening to Christmas Carols. Santa will be available for your wish lists and photos, starting at Noon both days. You may take a tour of the historic Preston Castle, 10 am to 2 pm both days. On Saturday night, you can view the Castle lit up in Holiday Lights, from 5 pm to 8 pm. And you can take a special historical tour of the Castle by flashlight, from 7 pm to 9 pm on Sat. Fair-Bazaar-Lights: Free. Castle Tour: $10. Historical Flashlight Tour: $20
(m) Preston Castle Tours | Saturday, December 13
You are invited for a tour of the castle from 10 am - 1 pm on the first, second, and third Saturdays, and select Thursdays, April 5 thru September 6. Check website for all dates. No reservations are required—don't forget your camera! Cost: Adults $10; Age 12 and under $5; Under 5 years Free
(m) A Christmas Story @ Volcano Theatre | Saturday, December 13
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
Dec. 13 and 14,Preston Castle, 900 (end of) Palm Drive, Ione. Travel back to olden times at the beautiful Preston Castle, from 10 am to 4 pm, and find lots of interesting arts, crafts, jewelry, baked goods, and other gift items while listening to Christmas Carols. Santa will be available for your wish lists and photos, starting at Noon both days. You may take a tour of the historic Preston Castle, 10 am to 2 pm both days. On Saturday night, you can view the Castle lit up in Holiday Lights, from 5 pm to 8 pm. And you can take a special historical tour of the Castle by flashlight, from 7 pm to 9 pm on Sat. Fair-Bazaar-Lights: Free. Castle Tour: $10. Historical Flashlight Tour: $20
(m) Preston Castle Tours | Sunday, December 14
You are invited for a tour of the castle from 10 am - 1 pm on the first, second, and third Saturdays, and select Thursdays, April 5 thru September 6. Check website for all dates. No reservations are required—don't forget your camera! Cost: Adults $10; Age 12 and under $5; Under 5 years Free
"A Christmas Story" is playing at the Volcano Cobblestone Theatre, in Volcano, from November 28th to December 14th. General Adult Tickets: $16.00 Senior 62 and Over Tickets : $14.00. Box Office: Hein & Co. Bookstore, 204 N. Main St #A, Jackson. Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday - 8:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 pm. (209) 296-2525
(m) Bingo @ Italian Picnic Grounds | Monday, December 15
ACRA Bingo at the Italian Picnic Grounds. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Mondays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Sponsored Jackpots up to $100. Black out is $150. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
(m) Bingo @ American Legion Hall | Tuesday, December 16
ACRA Bingo at the American Legion Hall. Start time: 6:30. Early Bird games start at 6:15. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. Buy-in: $10 for 10 games - 6 top. Black out is up to $200. Pull tabs & raffle prizes. Complimentary desserts & coffee. Beer, wine, soda and water available for purchase. Feel free to bring your own dinner. Support your local recreation agency! For more information, call Amador County Recreation Agency at (209)223-6349.
This one-evening class is highly recommended for first-time or experienced mothers who are planning to breastfeed. Find out more about the latest research and recommendations for success. This interactive class is taught by a certified lactation consultant. Classes are FREE if you are delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital. If not delivering at Sutter Amador Hospital classes are $10/family. Please call (209) 223-7452 to register. Time 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Sutter Amador Hospital, 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson
March 2015
You are cordially invited to join Mother Lode Friends of Music for our 2015 spring symphony concert starting at 3 pm in the Church of the Nazarene, Sutter Creek. Henrik Jul Hansen will be the conductor. The soprano soloist is Alexis Magarņ
May 2015
(m) Jazzin' It Up Jackson | Saturday, May 2
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(m) Jazzin' It Up Jackson | Sunday, May 3
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