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Haunting October Weekend Events

As the end of October approaches many Halloween and other events are planned.

A popular fundraiser for 4-H is “Realms of Darkness.” Their Haunted House opens today, October 22, and will be open for seven days of evening performances. The Haunted House is staged by Tuolumne County 4-H teens and is not recommended for young children.  The contact information and more is in the event listing here.

Special matinee Realms of Darkness tours will be held from 3-5 PM this Saturday with the lights on, and at 4pm downtown Sonora’s Trick-or-Treat street begins. There is also a haunted Barn tour in Copperopolis. Details are here. Also in Copperopolis the annual Steak and Shrimp Fest fundraiser Boots & Burlap helps students at Copperopolis Elementary School go to science camp. Details are here.

All Hallows Fantasy Faire at the fairgrounds this weekend is celebrating the world of SciFi, or “All Hallows Strikes Back!” Anticipating the release of the seventh Star Wars™ Movie and the seventh year of the fair, Vader’s 501st Legion Central Valley Garrison Troupe as well as local dance, entertainment, and music groups and food will be on hand. Details are here.

The Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 4th Annual Wines on Main in San Andreas. Food vendors, local wineries, music and Calaveras Has Talent performers will entertain. Art galleries and the museum will be open. Ticket information and more details are here.

The 5th Annual Indigeny Reserve Fall Festival will have hay rides, face painting, a corn maze, free tasting and tours every hour. Details about the location and hours are here.

The Omega Nu Luncheon, Tablesetting and Holiday Shopping Boutique helps fund
their Children’s Christmas Charity. Details are here.

At Stage 3 Theater this Saturday only, is the premiere of local playwright Rick Foster’s production about Alexander Hamilton. The Money Man teaches about the soon be replaced face on the ten dollar bill. Details are here.

The Drowsy Chaperone opened last weekend at Sierra Repertory Theatre (SRT). Details about the show and the 2016 line up are here. Fallon House play information including details on the upcoming A Columbia Christmas Carol are here.

Railtown 1897 State Historic Park continues its Harvest Haunt Express Train Rides, details are here.

On Sunday Piano Forte, a free staged reading of the Ann St James play, will feature well known actors from Stage 3. More details are here.

Also on Sunday don’t forget Bach’s Brunch at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Sugar Pine the Aronos Halloween Tea, Meditation and Modern Buddhism in Sonora, the Red Church St. James Concert – Amor, Amour, Amore,  and the Fall Family Fun Night at the Sierra Bible Church.

There are more events in our calendar scheduled each day next week including next Thursday’s Family Harvest Fest & Pumpkin Chunkin’at the Christian Heights Church Athletic Field.

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