The Heart of the Gold Country

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"The Final Toast"

"The Final Toast"

January 27th to March 4th 2017
Fridays and Saturdays
 
Doors Open at 6:30.
Play begins at 7:00 PM.

"The Final Toast" Directed By Beth Barnard

Tickets $25

 

Baker Street West at Hein & Co. Bookstore
Second floor
204 Main Street
Jackson, CA 95642
209-223-2215 or Email: info@bakerstreetwest.com
03/03/2017 - 6:30pm to 10:00pm
 
Amador County Day

Amador County Day

First Saturday in March
March 4, 2017
10am-5pm
 
"Amador County Day" will be free to all Amador residents. Tours, gold panning, guided hikes, open archives and more are available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/04/2017 - 10:00am to 5:00pm
 
Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/04/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Behind the Cellar Door

Behind the Cellar Door

Saturday & Sunday
First Weekend in March
 
Fans of Amador County wines will not be fed a steady diet of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot and other ‘mainstream’ varieties when they visit the historic region’s charming small family wineries. Instead, you will be treated to a cornucopia of old-vine zinfandels, syrahs, sangioveses, barberas, viogniers and other ‘off-the-beaten-track’, which flourish in Amador’s sun-bathed hillside vineyards. These delicious, food-friendly wines will be showcased at the Amador Vintners’ annual “Behind the Cellar Door” weekend wine extravaganza.
 
The event features tastings from barrel and bottle at 39 Amador County wineries, along with a diverse array of entertainment, demonstrations, tours and seminars. Library and vertical tastings, live music, gourmet foods, numerous winemaker dinners and perhaps Sunday brunch fill out the weekend’s festivities.
 
Presale tickets are available for both days, Sunday only and reduced price for designated driver. Tickets will be available at participating wineries during the event. *Must be 21 or older to purchase.
 
Amador Vintners Association
9310 Pacific Street
Plymouth, CA  95669
(209) 245-6992 
 
 

 

03/04/2017 - 11:00am to 4:00pm
 
1st Saturday Amador Art Trek

1st Saturday Amador Art Trek

1st Saturday
of the Month
11:00-6:00 pm
 
Take the 1st Saturday Amador Art Trek and experience colorful art of all styles, sizes and price ranges. Free and easy parking makes it all worthwhile plus there are complimentary refreshments offered at some of the 12 galleries. Going on the Art Trek is a time to have fun seeing what participating galleries are currently exhibiting. It's a great way to tour Amador County.
 
 
A free, handy tri-fold brochure has been created to guide visitors to various locations to experience the vibrant local art scene. Pick up one at the first gallery you visit, or you can find one on-line at Participating ArtTrek Locations and MAP. 
 

These are the participating Art Trek galleries on 1st Saturday:
 
Acme Art
8359 Center Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245
209-286-8040
Community based art and craft workshops.
 
Add Art
20 Main Street, Jackson, CA
Mon.-Fri. 10:30-5; Sat. 10:30-4
209-223-3339
Fine art framing services and the colorful work of the late John Johannsen are featured. This internationally known artist first showcased his vibrant whimsical canvases in a one-man show at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Fancisco.
 
AmadorArts Gallery
11A Randolph Street, Sutter Creek, CA
Sat. & Sun. 12-4, weekday hours vary (call ahead)
209-267-9038
 
Chaos Glassworks Art Glass Gallery and Hotshop
121A Hanford Street, Sutter Creek, CA
Wed.- Fri.11-5 (ofen open earlier), Sat. 10-7, Sun., 10-6, Mon. and Tues. by appt.
209-267-9317
Just north of downtown Sutter Creek on old Hwy 49. David and Heather Hopman make a wide variety of art glass items including vases, bowls, pumpkins, lighting, sculpture, beads, paperweights, jewelry and other blown and lampworked pieces. Live glassblowing demonstrations happen all day on weekends.
 
Charles Spinetta Winery & Wildlife Art Gallery
12557 Steiner Road, Plymouth, CA
Mon, Thurs., Fri. 8-4; Sat. & Sun. 10-4:30
209-245-3384
The tasting room includes one of Northern California's largest wildlife art galleries with original watercolors, sculpture, pottery, and hundreds of framed prints. The distinctive Spinetti Wine label paintings by Joe Garcia are not to be missed.  Sip wine while you gaze at this amazing collection.
 
Fine Eye Gallery
71 Main Street, Sutter Creek, CA
Every day 10:30-5:30
209-267-0571
From sophisticated and stylish to quirky and whimsical, quality works from talented makers are gathered for your enjoyment.
 
Full Circle Trading Co.
15 Main St, Jackson,  CA
(209)-223-1214
Many art & craft supplies.cultural gifts, and home decor.
 
Gallery 10
15 Eureka Street, Sutter Creek, CA
Thurs.-Mon. 11-4 (winter), 11-5 (summer)
209-267-0203
Gallery 10 specializes in a variety of artistic mediums including original wall art (pastels, watercolors, oils, acrylics mixed medium and pencil drawings), welded aluminum, woodwork, jewelry, ceramics, cards, hand blown glass and sculpture. While spotlighting original art, prints and giclees are also available. In a recent survey, local residents voted Gallery 10 as the best art gallery in Amador County. Gallery 10 is member-owned and also features consignment artists representing a variety of mediums.
 
Gallery M
Corner of Shenandoah Rd (E16) & Holly Lane
River Pines, CA
Thurs.-Sun. 10-5 (winter hours vary please call ahead)
209-256-9561
Objects of art from steel and copper and handmade jewelry.
 
Gifted
8 Main Street, Jackson, CA
Tues.-Thurs. 10-5; Fri. & Sat.10-6; Sun. 11-4
209-223-1558
Gifted is a one-of-a-kind gift shop and studio that exclusively carries American manufactured and locally made gifts and goods.Here we value originality, sincerity and glitter. Look for Gifted on the ground floor of the majestic three story Odd Fellows building, Historic Jackson Main Street.
 
Little City Studio & Gallery
14180 Main StreetAmador City
Fri., Sat., Sun. 10-5
209-267-9189
Working textile studio & gallery. Weaving, knitting, fabric collage and quilts. Art, jewelry, hand-knit wearables, gifts -featuring local atists and craftspeople. Rugs & scarves toGeo Tourism Logo order. Also, new and gently worn clothing. We carry beautiful handmade things at very reasonable prices. Functional stoneware pieces from the collection of Joyce Theurkauf, long-time Amador City resident and potter.
 
Petroglyphe Gallery
8317 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA
Thurs.-Sat. 11:30-5:30; Sun. 11:30-4
209-286-1387
Petroglyphe Gallery features original contemporary works of art in oil, acrylic, watercolor, glass, ceramic and jewelry.  Also on display, are limited edition bronze sculptures and copper plate etching prints.
The gallery represents North American artists, many from California, who have impressive credentials with works in private, corporate, and public collections.
 
Sutter Creek Gallery
35 Main Street, Sutter Creek, CA
Mon., Wed.,Thurs., Sun., 10-5; Fri. & Sat. 10-6
209-267-0228
An Amador artist coop,our artists produce many works of art that are reflective of Amador County and its beautiful Gold Country. Look for Gold Rush themes in historic buildings and mining ruins, landscapes, vineyards, flora, and fauna.
 
Volcano Gallery
16105 Main Street,Volcano, CA
Sat. & Sun. 10ish-5ish
209-296-3334
An eclectic mix of contemporary local art. Featuring paintings, ceramic sculpture and pottery by Bob Benker; ceramics by Marilyn Baldwin; jewelry and leather goods by Ellen Record; misc. jewelry,  gourds & fun stuff by Delores Weaverling;  weaving by Gretchen Johnson & rotating local artists featured monthly.
 
Art Trek businesses with local art on their walls for viewing:
Sina's Back Roads Coffee House
74 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA
(209)267-0440
 
Choc-O-Latte
46 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA
(209)267-4411
 
Rosebuds Cafe
26 Main Street
Jackson, CA
(209)257-0227
 
Sierra Ridge Tasting Room
54 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA
(209)267-1316
 
Union Inn and Pub
21375 Consolation Street
Volcano, CA
(209)296-7711
 
Uphill Vineyards
18590 Highway 49
Plymouth, CA
209-245-6600 or(707) 718-1121
 
Valley View Interiors
48 Main Street
Sutter Creek
(209)267-5515
 
AmadorArts Gallery
Amador County Arts Council
11-A Randolph Street 
PO BOX 206
Sutter Creek, Ca 95685
209 267 9038
 
Amador County Arts Council – Supporting, promoting and encouraging the Arts in our schools and community for more than 30 years.
03/04/2017 - 11:00am to 6:00pm
 
"The Final Toast"

"The Final Toast"

January 27th to March 4th 2017
Fridays and Saturdays
 
Doors Open at 6:30.
Play begins at 7:00 PM.

"The Final Toast" Directed By Beth Barnard

Tickets $25

 

Baker Street West at Hein & Co. Bookstore
Second floor
204 Main Street
Jackson, CA 95642
209-223-2215 or Email: info@bakerstreetwest.com
03/04/2017 - 6:30pm to 10:00pm
 
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Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/05/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Behind the Cellar Door

Behind the Cellar Door

Saturday & Sunday
First Weekend in March
 
Fans of Amador County wines will not be fed a steady diet of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot and other ‘mainstream’ varieties when they visit the historic region’s charming small family wineries. Instead, you will be treated to a cornucopia of old-vine zinfandels, syrahs, sangioveses, barberas, viogniers and other ‘off-the-beaten-track’, which flourish in Amador’s sun-bathed hillside vineyards. These delicious, food-friendly wines will be showcased at the Amador Vintners’ annual “Behind the Cellar Door” weekend wine extravaganza.
 
The event features tastings from barrel and bottle at 39 Amador County wineries, along with a diverse array of entertainment, demonstrations, tours and seminars. Library and vertical tastings, live music, gourmet foods, numerous winemaker dinners and perhaps Sunday brunch fill out the weekend’s festivities.
 
Presale tickets are available for both days, Sunday only and reduced price for designated driver. Tickets will be available at participating wineries during the event. *Must be 21 or older to purchase.
 
Amador Vintners Association
9310 Pacific Street
Plymouth, CA  95669
(209) 245-6992 
 
 

 

03/05/2017 - 11:00am to 4:00pm
 
 
 
 
Global Knock-Out 9 Mixed Martial Arts

Global Knock-Out 9 Mixed Martial Arts

Saturday
March 18, 2017 
7 p.m.

 

Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort presents Global Knock-Out 9 Mixed Martial Arts. Don’t miss this action packed card! Eight total matches with two Title Fights! Joseph Morales will be defending his Flyweight Title, as well as Justin Baesman defending his Middleweight Championship. Meet the Global Knock-Out Ring Girls and watch some intense fights in the Grand Oak Ballroom.

Rows 1 and 2 (ringside seats) are $105, Rows 3 – 5 are $75, and General Admission is $55. Tickets are on sale now at GlobalKnockOut.com, JacksonCasino.com, or the Casino Cashier’s Cage.

Alcohol and food will be available for purchase. All ages are welcome to attend this event.

Will call opens at 5 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m. and fights begin at 7 p.m.

 

Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort
12222 New York Ranch Road
Jackson, CA 95642.
800-822-WINN

 

03/09/2017 - 10:30am
 
 
Motorcar Rail Ride

Motorcar Rail Ride

Second Saturdays
March through June
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
 
Motorcar Rail Rides take you along the historic Amador Central Railroad, a three-mile round trip which takes about an hour.
Ride on a motorcar from Ione to Sunny Brook and back through the beautiful Amador County hills.
First ride leaves at 10:00 am and last ride leaves at 2:30 pm.

First come first served, no advance tickets will be sold. 

Motorcar rides are $10.00 round trip. NO open toed shoes or sandals, and riders must be a minimum of 5 years old. 

If you are a motorcar operator\owner and are NARCOA licensed and insured and would like to participate in giving rides, contact name is below.

Rail crossing at Highway 104, between Highway 88 and Ione. (Look for the signs.)
Ione, CA  95640

Grant Vogel

209-221-5418
03/11/2017 - 9:00am to 4:00pm
 
Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/11/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Trivia Challenge

Trivia Challenge

Saturday
March 11th 2017
2-3pm Check-In
3-5pm Challenge
 
Do you know everything about everything, not matter how trivial?  Then the Trivia Challenge is for you.
 
Form a team, test your brain power, win cash prizes, have fun, and support Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA).
 
Teams will compete with up to 30 other teams in answering clever trivia questions in categories such as history, entertainment, art, geography, sports, and science.
 
Proceeds from this fun new event will benefit camp RYLA, Rotary’s week long leadership and self-awareness experience for high school juniors.
 
The Rotary Club of Jackson looks forward to providing you with a fun and rewarding experience. 
 
Don’t delay.  Save the date but register now, Official registration forms will be available soon. 
 
 
Sutter Creek Auditorium
18 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA  95685
Rotary Club of Jackson:
Elizabeth Rhein at (209) 217-8126
 
03/11/2017 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
 
Dinner Mystery Theatre

Dinner Mystery Theatre

Saturdays
March 11Th
6:00PM
March  25th  6:00PM
April 1St & 8Th  6:00PM
 
The Baker Street Players present Dinner Mystery Theatre
 
"MURDERING MORIARTY"
A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Written and Directed by Beth Barnard
 
Tickets are $65 per person and includes dinner from Chef Chuck Swisher of The National Hotel.  No Host Bar.
 
Please reserve tickets as soon as possible.  Phone:  209-223-2215.  E-mailing is a wonderful, and at times preferable, alternative for ordering tickets: info@bakerstreetwest.com.
 
Baker Street West is an unusual setting, and you will find it an unparalleled experience. Baker Street West, where the game is always afoot!
 
Baker Street West
(above Hein & Co.Bookstore)
204 Main Street
Jackson, CA
(209) 223-9076
 
 
 
03/11/2017 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm
 
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Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/12/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Mother Lode Music

Mother Lode Music

Sunday, March 12, 2017
3PM

 

The Mother Lode Friends of Music, the regional organization of classical music performances, presents a concert of music by American composers.

The centerpiece of the program will be the Appalachian Spring by Aaron Copland in the original version for 13 players, created to accompany the ballet by Martha Graham.  The work from its inception has become a timeless classic, winning a Pulitzer Prize in 1944.  No other work more perfectly captures the vast open spaces, haunting plainness and the bracing pioneer spirit of America.

Also on the program are two other works by Copland, Quiet City for English horn, trumpet and strings, written originally to accompany a play by Irwin Shaw, and Hoe Down, from the ballet Rodeo, in an original collaboration with choreographer Agnes de Mille.  The program opens with the well-known Adagio for strings of Samuel Barber, in a performance dedicated to the memory of Henrik Jul Hansen, longtime conductor of the Friends of Music Orchestra, who died of cancer last fall.  Other selections are the Suite for strings of American Romantic composer Arthur Foote and the second movement of the Piano Trio for violin, cello and piano of Charles Ives, an innovative American composer of the 19th to 20th centuries who presented snippets of American folk tunes and hymns in a polytonal modernist style that was well ahead of its time.

Conducting the Chamber Orchestra of the Friends of Music is Ryan Murray, making his local debut.  He is currently Artistic Director of the Fresno Grand Opera and the Townsend Opera in Modesto, Associate Conductor of the Modesto Symphony, and Conductor of the Modesto Symphony Youth Orchestra.  Performing the English horn solo is Candis Hanson, principal oboe with the Solano Symphony in Fairfield.  The trumpet solo will be performed by Jeff Chambers, principal trumpet of the South Valley Symphony in Gilroy.  Performing the Ives trio are violinist Corina Stoian, cellist Jia-mo Chen and pianist Ron Brickman.

Tickets to the concert are $25 for adults and $10 for children under 18.  They may be ordered by  mail by sending a check to MLFM, PO Box 1362, Jackson, CA 95642 or purchased at Mother Lode Music in Martell, or at the door.

 

Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA
916.425.0077

 

03/12/2017 - 3:00pm to 5:30pm
 
Chamber Orchestra

Chamber Orchestra

Sunday, March 12, 2017
3 pm

 

A concert of music by American composers by the Chamber Orchestra of the Mother Lode. Friends of Music.

Ryan Murray, conductor.  Adagio for strings of Samuel Barber, Appalachian Spring of Aaron Copland, Suite for Strings of Arthur Foote, Piano Trio

(2nd movement) of Charles Ives, Quiet City for English horn, trumpet and strings and Hoe Down for strings of Aaron Copland. 

$25 adult, $10 children under 18.  Tickets are sold at Mother Lode Music, Martell and at the door. 

Call (209) 293-4227 or go to www.mlfm.org for more information.. 

Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA
03/12/2017 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm
 
 
 
 
Open Mic Night

Open Mic Night

Monthly, 3rd Thursdays
5:30 pm
 
Got talent to share? Time to let that inner skill-set escape!
 
Come to Open Mic Night sponsored by AmadorArts. Our Host M.C., Sid Cohen, will make it easy to be brave. Performances are family friendly and usually include musicians of all ages and levels, story tellers, poetry readings, stand-up comedy, even fearless kids performing songs or dances.
 
This is a FREE monthly event, but purchases of light fare and beverages are welcomed.  Open Mic is always on third Thursdays.
 
Rosebud's Cafe
26 Main Street
Jackson, CA
(209) 257-0227

 

03/16/2017 - 6:30pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/17/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
St Patrick's Day Weekend at Imperial Hotel

St Patrick's Day Weekend at Imperial Hotel

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at the Imperial Hotel

It will be St. Patrick’s Day all weekend long at the Imperial Hotel in Amador City.

Corned beef and cabbage along with the regular dinner menu will be available starting at 5pm followed by an evening of authentic Irish music presented by local musicians.

Reservations recommended: (209)267-9172

Visit imperialamador.com for details on special room and dinner package!

Imperial Hotel Restaurant & Saloon
14202 Old Hwy 49, Amador City, CA  95601
Phone:  (209)267-9172
03/17/2017 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm
 
Bunsen to Beaker 5K Race

Bunsen to Beaker 5K Race

3rd Saturday in March
7:30am
 
The Annual Bunsen 2 Beaker 5K Race & Fun Run for education!
 
Gather up your friends and support educational programs in Amador County. The annual Bunsen to Beaker 5K race benefits Amador High Cross Country Team and Jackson Junior High Science. For years now the B2B has been one of the most competitive races in town , but you don't need to be a running star to participate. Bring your family and friends out to run, walk or jog, then enjoy Jackson's Annual Dandelion Days Celebration.
 
All pre-registered participants will receive a T-shirt.  The registration fee is tax-deductible. Group rates available.
Online registration is now open! Active.com/BunsentoBeaker5K.   Price increases on day of race registration for all participants.
 
For more information contact Erica Pophal, (209)642-1293, epophal@gmail.com
 
Detert Park
Highway 49/88
(Next to Jackson City Pool)
Jackson, CA  95642
 
 
03/18/2017 - 7:30am to 12:00pm
 
Dandelion Days

Dandelion Days

Annually
Saturday & Sunday
3rd Weekend
in March
 
8:00am-5:00pm FREE SHUTTLE
 
The Annual Dandelion Days Celebration is a family-oriented event known for its rich local community flavor. Folks come from outside the county every year to join the fun!.

Details on Dandelion Days below. I.

Dandelion Days, Sat/Sun, March 18 - 19

Downtown Jackson becomes an outdoor bazaar and flea market featuring antiques, relics and collectibles, arts and crafts, food, street entertainers and a 5K run.

--  Bunsen to Beakers 5K, Saturday morning, 8 am start

--  Carnival rides for kids at corner of Water and Summit Streets

-- Live music at Petkovich Park and at the Beer and Wine Garden (next to National Hotel), 10 am – 7 pm Saturday, 10 am - 5pm Sunday. Beer and Wine Garden sponsored by Jackson Rancheria and the National Hotel.

--  All food booths operated by local non-profit groups

-- Free Shuttle Bus service to free parking at the corner of So. Hwy 49 and Broadway and the County Administration building on Court Street

Historic Downtown Main Street 
Jackson, CA  95642

 

 
03/18/2017 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
 
Docent Tours of 221B Baker Street West

Docent Tours of 221B Baker Street West

Wonder what it would be like to view The Great Detective's flat, 221B Baker Street, from the eyes of a character in one of the stories? Your opportunity is here at Baker Street West.

  • Imagine being secretly ushered into the flat by Silas Brown, horse trainer, from The Adventure of Silver Blaze. “Secret” you ask? Well, Mr. Brown has a bone to pick with Mr. Holmes, and he does his tours on the sly.
  • Fortunate you would be to see 221B from the viewpoint of Irene Adler, “The Woman,” from the story A Scandal in Bohemia. She is proud to be the object of Mr. Holmes' admiration, as she is the only woman to “best” Sherlock Holmes.
  • Eliza Barrymore has come all the way from Baskerville Hall of Dartmoor to 221B to retell her part in this sinister story of a supernatural hound, the moor, and mayhem.
  • Miss Burnet, from The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge, will relate on her tour of 221B how she toiled undercover to trap the “Tiger of San Pedro,” a brutal dictator from Central America.
  • Examine 221B with Hilda Adair, who lost her brother by way of a murderous act perpetrated by Colonel Sebastian Moran. Her tale takes place after The Great Hiatus, when the errant Mr. Holmes returns to Baker Street and to The Adventure of The Empty House.
  • Mary Maberley is one of Mr. Holmes' newest clients.  An unknown party has asked to buy her house, The Three Gables, contents and all of her personal effects. Should she be suspicious? Perhaps you can advise her.

 

A donation of $5/person suggested, but please donate within your comfort level.

 

Hein & Co.Used and Rare Books
204 N. Main Street
Jackson, CA
(209) 223-2215
 
03/18/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/18/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/18/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
St Patrick's Day Weekend at Imperial Hotel

St Patrick's Day Weekend at Imperial Hotel

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at the Imperial Hotel

It will be St. Patrick’s Day all weekend long at the Imperial Hotel in Amador City.

Corned beef and cabbage along with the regular dinner menu will be available starting at 5pm followed by an evening of authentic Irish music presented by local musicians.

Reservations recommended: (209)267-9172

Visit imperialamador.com for details on special room and dinner package!

Imperial Hotel Restaurant & Saloon
14202 Old Hwy 49, Amador City, CA  95601
Phone:  (209)267-9172
03/18/2017 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm
 
St Patrick's Dance Party

St Patrick's Dance Party

Sat. March 18, 2017
8:00pm to whenever

 

Come to our St. Patrick's Dance Party!

Down Beat 8:00 to whenever. Must be 21  

 
Gold Country Lounge
81 W. Ridge Rd.
Sutter Creek CA 95685
209 223-3334
03/18/2017 - 8:00pm to 11:30pm
 
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Dandelion Days

Dandelion Days

Annually
Saturday & Sunday
3rd Weekend
in March
 
8:00am-5:00pm FREE SHUTTLE
 
The Annual Dandelion Days Celebration is a family-oriented event known for its rich local community flavor. Folks come from outside the county every year to join the fun!.

Details on Dandelion Days below. I.

Dandelion Days, Sat/Sun, March 18 - 19

Downtown Jackson becomes an outdoor bazaar and flea market featuring antiques, relics and collectibles, arts and crafts, food, street entertainers and a 5K run.

--  Bunsen to Beakers 5K, Saturday morning, 8 am start

--  Carnival rides for kids at corner of Water and Summit Streets

-- Live music at Petkovich Park and at the Beer and Wine Garden (next to National Hotel), 10 am – 7 pm Saturday, 10 am - 5pm Sunday. Beer and Wine Garden sponsored by Jackson Rancheria and the National Hotel.

--  All food booths operated by local non-profit groups

-- Free Shuttle Bus service to free parking at the corner of So. Hwy 49 and Broadway and the County Administration building on Court Street

Historic Downtown Main Street 
Jackson, CA  95642

 

 
03/19/2017 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
 
Docent Tours of 221B Baker Street West

Docent Tours of 221B Baker Street West

Wonder what it would be like to view The Great Detective's flat, 221B Baker Street, from the eyes of a character in one of the stories? Your opportunity is here at Baker Street West.

  • Imagine being secretly ushered into the flat by Silas Brown, horse trainer, from The Adventure of Silver Blaze. “Secret” you ask? Well, Mr. Brown has a bone to pick with Mr. Holmes, and he does his tours on the sly.
  • Fortunate you would be to see 221B from the viewpoint of Irene Adler, “The Woman,” from the story A Scandal in Bohemia. She is proud to be the object of Mr. Holmes' admiration, as she is the only woman to “best” Sherlock Holmes.
  • Eliza Barrymore has come all the way from Baskerville Hall of Dartmoor to 221B to retell her part in this sinister story of a supernatural hound, the moor, and mayhem.
  • Miss Burnet, from The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge, will relate on her tour of 221B how she toiled undercover to trap the “Tiger of San Pedro,” a brutal dictator from Central America.
  • Examine 221B with Hilda Adair, who lost her brother by way of a murderous act perpetrated by Colonel Sebastian Moran. Her tale takes place after The Great Hiatus, when the errant Mr. Holmes returns to Baker Street and to The Adventure of The Empty House.
  • Mary Maberley is one of Mr. Holmes' newest clients.  An unknown party has asked to buy her house, The Three Gables, contents and all of her personal effects. Should she be suspicious? Perhaps you can advise her.

 

A donation of $5/person suggested, but please donate within your comfort level.

 

Hein & Co.Used and Rare Books
204 N. Main Street
Jackson, CA
(209) 223-2215
 
03/19/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/19/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/19/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/20/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/21/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/22/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Annual Pino Noir Tasting

Annual Pino Noir Tasting

Wednesday, 3/22/17
5:30-8:30

Taste Restaurant Annual Pinot Noir Tasting

Over Twenty Pinot Noirs from Around the World   Delicious Bites from the Kitchen   Great Pricing to stock your Cellars

Delicious Bites to Include
Roasted Squash Soup, caramelized fennel, pecans
Middle Eastern spiced meatballs
Spring leek and pecorino flatbread
Duck confit, herb custard tartlets
Grilled squid, curry lentil salad
Mushroom and thyme toasts
Goat cheese and dried cherry canape
Assorted cheese, quince, olives, jam, nuts, crackers
Chocolate candies
Dried cranberry bread pudding
Cheesecake bites

forty-five per person

Buy your Tickets NOW!

This is a walk around tasting.  All wines will be available for purchase at retail pricing for one night only.

Taste Restaurant and Wine Bar
9402 Main Street, PO Box 268
Plymouth, CA 95669
lunch: friday - sunday
dinner: thursday - tuesday
03/22/2017 - 5:30pm to 8:30pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/23/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/24/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Booneville Redemption

Booneville Redemption

Fri 3/242017, 7 pm
Sat 3/25/17 1:30 pm
Sun 3/26/17 4 pm

 

Booneville Redemption: A story of wrong decisions and redemption.

For 13-year-old Melinda (Emily Hoffman), life is difficult as she wonders what happened to her real father, who hasn't been seen in years. Her stepfather, Maddox, is a wealthy man and the number one employer in Anderson Valley in 1906, the year the story takes place. But he is a cruel man, unfaithful to Melinda's mother Alice, and mean spirited to Melinda as well as others he comes in contact with. When Melinda is sent to help care for her ailing grandmother, she learns more about her father. "Boonville Redemption" has a bad guy, a few good guys, some action, suspense, a faith-based theme, and a lot going for it. Starring Pat Boone, Edward Asner, Diane Ladd, Richard Tyson and Shari Rigby .

Director and some cast members will be in attendance.

$9 advance or at the door

Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
916-425-0077

Purchase Tickets: Through our website, at the door, or at Heart & Soul, 42 Main St. in the theatre building, open Sun-Tues 10-4; Wed-Sat 10-5 CASH AND CHECK ONLY AT HEART & SOUL – please call them only during business hours.

03/24/2017 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
 
Come OUT to Amador

Come OUT to Amador

Come OUT to Amador... the county's first food and wine weekend for the LGBT community taking place March 24-26, 2017.
Come OUT to Amador is an LGBT weekend of curated food, wine and fun experiences in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Participants will experience intimate sessions with renowned wine makers, grape growers, acclaimed chefs, farmers and so much more, all with the backdrop of beautiful Amador County. 

Tickets include:

- Friday evening reception/light tapas style dinner with wine pairings

- Friday evening interactive entertainment experience, with wine, of course

- Either an all day excursion or two smaller intimate experiences focused around food, wine, the outdoors and history. All experiences include specially crafted catered lunches, afternoon snacks, and... wine!

- Beer vs Wine Dinner on Saturday night, catered by James Beard recognized Restaurant Taste

- Light brunch on Sunday

- Sunday afternoon activities on your own

- Transportation to/from all events and experiences from host hotels (park your car on Friday evening and don't touch it again until Sunday afternoon).

- All host hotels include breakfast on Saturday and Sunday for Come OUT guests. 

All information and ticket purchases can be found at Come Out to Amador Tickets and questions can be sent to comeouttoamador@gmail.com.

 

03/24/2017 - 7:00pm to 10:30pm
 
A Taste of the Arts

A Taste of the Arts

Saturday
March 25, 2017
8am-2pm
 
You won’t want to miss this once-a-year opportunity to develop a "taste for the arts"!  This popular, fun mini arts institute is hosted by AmadorArts each spring at Amador High School in Sutter Creek. 
 
Participants select three classes, each 90 minutes in length, from a menu of more than 13 classes given by some of our area’s top artists which could include anything from Watercolor and Acrylic Painting to The Art of Bonsai or Line Dancing. 
 
Pre-Registration opens is required.  Registrations opens January 5th.  Registration closes February 19th. Check for Class Prices
 
 (all supplies are included).
 
Classes filled first-come/first-served with a maximum of 15 students per class. No late registrations and no refunds.
Final Day to Register 2/25/17
Amador High School
330 Spainish Street
Sutter Creek
(209) 267-9038
 
 
 
 
03/25/2017 - 8:00am to 2:00pm
 
Fishing For Kids

Fishing For Kids

Saturday  March 25th, 2017
Saturday April 29th, 2017 
9AM to 11AM

 

Fishing  101 for Kids at Lake Camanche-North Shore

 $20 per Week.

Adult Supervision must be provided for children 12 yrs and under.

Contact:
ACRA 209-223-6349
Lake Camanche-North Shore
2000 Camanche Rd.
Ione, CA
03/25/2017 - 9:00am to 11:00am
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/25/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/25/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Walk-A-Thon

Walk-A-Thon

Saturday, 3/25/17
10:00am-1:00pm
 

WHAT: 2.6 mile walk around Lake Tabeaud

WHERE: Tabeaud Rd 5 miles south of Hwy 88

PRICE : FREE for Be Active Members, $10 for Non-Members

 

 

More information facebook.com/gbeactive/amador

Amador County Recreation Agency (ACRA)
Phone (209-223-6349)
 
03/25/2017 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
 
Come OUT to Amador

Come OUT to Amador

Come OUT to Amador... the county's first food and wine weekend for the LGBT community taking place March 24-26, 2017.
Come OUT to Amador is an LGBT weekend of curated food, wine and fun experiences in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Participants will experience intimate sessions with renowned wine makers, grape growers, acclaimed chefs, farmers and so much more, all with the backdrop of beautiful Amador County. 

Tickets include:

- Friday evening reception/light tapas style dinner with wine pairings

- Friday evening interactive entertainment experience, with wine, of course

- Either an all day excursion or two smaller intimate experiences focused around food, wine, the outdoors and history. All experiences include specially crafted catered lunches, afternoon snacks, and... wine!

- Beer vs Wine Dinner on Saturday night, catered by James Beard recognized Restaurant Taste

- Light brunch on Sunday

- Sunday afternoon activities on your own

- Transportation to/from all events and experiences from host hotels (park your car on Friday evening and don't touch it again until Sunday afternoon).

- All host hotels include breakfast on Saturday and Sunday for Come OUT guests. 

All information and ticket purchases can be found at Come Out to Amador Tickets and questions can be sent to comeouttoamador@gmail.com.

 

03/25/2017 - 10:30am to 11:30pm
 
Italians of the Gold Country

Italians of the Gold Country

Saturday
March 25, 2017
1p.m.

 

Amador County Historical Society invites you to enjoy lunch and  our guest speakers, Carolyn Fregulia, Ed Arata and Frank Cuhna.

Fregulia, local author and historian will be talking about her book, “Italians of the Gold  Country”. The book will be available for sale.

Arata and Cuhna will talk about the new park in Sutter Creek, "Miner’s Bend Park - The Artifacts and Interpretive Signage”. We will take a tour of the park, weather permitting.

  $15.00 per person - Lunch & Beverage

  RSVP - 209-257-1485
 
Native Sons of the Golden West Hall
56 Main St
Sutter Creek
03/25/2017 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Dinner Mystery Theatre

Dinner Mystery Theatre

Saturdays
March 11Th
6:00PM
March  25th  6:00PM
April 1St & 8Th  6:00PM
 
The Baker Street Players present Dinner Mystery Theatre
 
"MURDERING MORIARTY"
A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Written and Directed by Beth Barnard
 
Tickets are $65 per person and includes dinner from Chef Chuck Swisher of The National Hotel.  No Host Bar.
 
Please reserve tickets as soon as possible.  Phone:  209-223-2215.  E-mailing is a wonderful, and at times preferable, alternative for ordering tickets: info@bakerstreetwest.com.
 
Baker Street West is an unusual setting, and you will find it an unparalleled experience. Baker Street West, where the game is always afoot!
 
Baker Street West
(above Hein & Co.Bookstore)
204 Main Street
Jackson, CA
(209) 223-9076
 
 
 
03/25/2017 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm
 
Booneville Redemption

Booneville Redemption

Fri 3/242017, 7 pm
Sat 3/25/17 1:30 pm
Sun 3/26/17 4 pm

 

Booneville Redemption: A story of wrong decisions and redemption.

For 13-year-old Melinda (Emily Hoffman), life is difficult as she wonders what happened to her real father, who hasn't been seen in years. Her stepfather, Maddox, is a wealthy man and the number one employer in Anderson Valley in 1906, the year the story takes place. But he is a cruel man, unfaithful to Melinda's mother Alice, and mean spirited to Melinda as well as others he comes in contact with. When Melinda is sent to help care for her ailing grandmother, she learns more about her father. "Boonville Redemption" has a bad guy, a few good guys, some action, suspense, a faith-based theme, and a lot going for it. Starring Pat Boone, Edward Asner, Diane Ladd, Richard Tyson and Shari Rigby .

Director and some cast members will be in attendance.

$9 advance or at the door

Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
916-425-0077

Purchase Tickets: Through our website, at the door, or at Heart & Soul, 42 Main St. in the theatre building, open Sun-Tues 10-4; Wed-Sat 10-5 CASH AND CHECK ONLY AT HEART & SOUL – please call them only during business hours.

03/25/2017 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
 
Tempest

Tempest

Saturday
3/2517
8:00PM

 

Celtic rock! Join us for Lief's annual birthday celebration at the Sutter Creek Theatre.  

Since forming in 1988, Tempest has delivered a globally-renowned hybrid of high-energy folk rock fusing Irish reels, Scottish ballads, Norwegian influences and other world music elements. The last 27 years have seen the San Francisco Bay Area based act release fifteen critically acclaimed CDs.

Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main St.
Sutter Creek CA
P.O. Box 29
Sacramento CA 95812
(916) 425-0077
info@suttercreektheatre.com
Tickets also available at
Heart & Soul (next door to the theatre)
42 Main St.
Sutter Creek CA  
11-5 pm everyday (209) 256-9702
03/25/2017 - 8:00pm to 11:00pm
 
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Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/26/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Kennedy Mine Tours

Kennedy Mine Tours

Weekends
March thru October
10am-3pm
 
Tours of the Kennedy Mine will be offered every Saturday, Sunday & Holidays through October.
 
Admission includes a FREE guided tour - an interesting, in-depth, and educational tour of the grounds, about 1.5 hours.  A self-guided tour book is also available.
 
Kennedy Gold Mine
12594 Kennedy Mine Road
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 223-9542
 
03/26/2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
 
Come OUT to Amador

Come OUT to Amador

Come OUT to Amador... the county's first food and wine weekend for the LGBT community taking place  March 24-26, 2017.
Come OUT to Amador is an LGBT weekend of curated food, wine and fun experiences in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Participants will experience intimate sessions with renowned wine makers, grape growers, acclaimed chefs, farmers and so much more, all with the backdrop of beautiful Amador County. 

Tickets include:

- Friday evening reception/light tapas style dinner with wine pairings

- Friday evening interactive entertainment experience, with wine, of course

- Either an all day excursion or two smaller intimate experiences focused around food, wine, the outdoors and history. All experiences include specially crafted catered lunches, afternoon snacks, and... wine!

- Beer vs Wine Dinner on Saturday night, catered by James Beard recognized Restaurant Taste

- Light brunch on Sunday

- Sunday afternoon activities on your own

- Transportation to/from all events and experiences from host hotels (park your car on Friday evening and don't touch it again until Sunday afternoon).

- All host hotels include breakfast on Saturday and Sunday for Come OUT guests. 

All information and ticket purchases can be found at Come Out to Amador Tickets and questions can be sent to comeouttoamador@gmail.com.

 

03/26/2017 - 10:00am to 12:30pm
 
Booneville Redemption

Booneville Redemption

Fri 3/242017, 7 pm
Sat 3/25/17 1:30 pm
Sun 3/26/17 4 pm

 

Booneville Redemption: A story of wrong decisions and redemption.

For 13-year-old Melinda (Emily Hoffman), life is difficult as she wonders what happened to her real father, who hasn't been seen in years. Her stepfather, Maddox, is a wealthy man and the number one employer in Anderson Valley in 1906, the year the story takes place. But he is a cruel man, unfaithful to Melinda's mother Alice, and mean spirited to Melinda as well as others he comes in contact with. When Melinda is sent to help care for her ailing grandmother, she learns more about her father. "Boonville Redemption" has a bad guy, a few good guys, some action, suspense, a faith-based theme, and a lot going for it. Starring Pat Boone, Edward Asner, Diane Ladd, Richard Tyson and Shari Rigby .

Director and some cast members will be in attendance.

$9 advance or at the door

Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
916-425-0077

Purchase Tickets: Through our website, at the door, or at Heart & Soul, 42 Main St. in the theatre building, open Sun-Tues 10-4; Wed-Sat 10-5 CASH AND CHECK ONLY AT HEART & SOUL – please call them only during business hours.

03/26/2017 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/27/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/28/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/29/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/30/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Astronomy In the Upcountry

Astronomy In the Upcountry

Thursday March30th and 31st, 2017
6PM to 8PM

 

Telescope workshop provided by Gold Country Astronomers. Learn how to use your telescope and about the night sky.

Come to the Star Party April 1st at Mollie Joyce Park, 23922 Woodfern, Pioneer.

$35.00 Per Family for more information

Contact Richard at 295-6651 or astrorich@volcano.net

Please contact Katelyn from ACRA by Phone (209-223-6349) or E-mail (kgoehner@amadorgov.org) if you’re interested or have questions.

Pioneer Vet's Hall
25155 Buckhorn Ridge Rd.
Pioneer, CA
03/30/2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
 
Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Mid-March to Mid-April, weather permitting
10am-4pm, 7 days a week
 
Opening and closing dates vary every year, depending on the weather. Call (209) 296-7048 for current information BEFORE you make the trip to ensure the Hill is open that day. The recorded message is updated daily.
 
There is no charge for parking or admission, however donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Feel free to pack a lunch and enjoy it in picnic area.
 
There is a snack shack with hot food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
 
No pets allowed on the hill. (However, pets are allowed in the parking lot)
 
18310 Rams Horn Grade
Volcano, CA  95689
(209) 296-7048
 
 
03/31/2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
 
Astronomy In the Upcountry

Astronomy In the Upcountry

Thursday March30th and 31st, 2017
6PM to 8PM

 

Telescope workshop provided by Gold Country Astronomers. Learn how to use your telescope and about the night sky.

Come to the Star Party April 1st at Mollie Joyce Park, 23922 Woodfern, Pioneer.

$35.00 Per Family for more information

Contact Richard at 295-6651 or astrorich@volcano.net

Please contact Katelyn from ACRA by Phone (209-223-6349) or E-mail (kgoehner@amadorgov.org) if you’re interested or have questions.

Pioneer Vet's Hall
25155 Buckhorn Ridge Rd.
Pioneer, CA
03/31/2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
 
 
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