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November Events

Tonight is the Open Make Night at Cassina High School. Bring broken things and they will try to crowdsource the tools and answers to fix it. Learn by exploration by bringing something broken and taking it apart. Details are here.

Friday events are here and details about the open house for the Groveland Mini-ILab are here.

Murphys businesses and tasting rooms will be celebrating the 6th Annual Murphys Day of the DeadDay of the Dead this Saturday, November 7th. Join the walking tour, view the Folk Art Exhibition, compete in the Catrin/Catrina dress contest, enjoy music and dancers in the Park, have your face painted, taste traditional foods, wine tasting and an evening Procession to the cemetery for hot chocolate and pan de muerto.

Also on Saturday the sold out Global Belief Project will be at the Sonora Opera Hall, on Saturday the news story “The Global Belief Project Is Locally Founded” has the details here.

The 1st annual Patriots’ Picnic, hosted by the Tuolumne County Republican Party, was rescheduled to this Saturday at The Moose Lodge in East Sonora. Along with honoring those who gave their lives on 9-11, recognition will be given to local Patriots who put their lives on the line for Tuolumne County every day. Lunch buffet, recognition ceremony, a variety of musical entertainment and fun activities for children and adults. All proceeds donated to victims of the Butte Fire, more information is in the event listing here.

Feed the Bears is the largest annual event the Foundation will hold at the Tuolumne Veteran’s Memorial Hall. Over 100 prizes from generous local businesses and individuals are available to win and bid on. All proceeds will benefit the Summerville High School Arts, Academics and Athletic programs.

In the Mother Lode Adventist Junior Academy Gymnasium enjoy the Fall Festival with the theme “The Wacky World of Dr. Seuss.” The family friendly carnival classroom fundraiser features a Giant cardboard maze, rope climb challenge, toy fishing booth, pie toss and a variety of kid friendly games, as well as delicious vegetarian American food.

Bring your treasures for an appraisal at the Sonora Treasure Faire held at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds. Also bring cans, plastic and glass bottles to the Jamestown Elementary Recycle Drive. The Jamestown Elementary 7th and 8th graders are going to Washington DC and will be collecting recycling on the first Saturday of each month in the parking lot across from Jamestown Elementary.

The Danny Campos Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament this Saturday is a fundraiser at Mountain Springs Golf Club that will raise money to go toward the music program at Twain Harte School.

The Sierra Nevada Film Festival is held this weekend at the Columbia College Dogwood Building Films include Elephant Seals, Sand Wars, Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story, and Monsoon.

Also this Saturday the Humane Society of Tuolumne County Krafty Kanines & Kitten Kaboodles Fall Crafts Fair will have an array of local artisan crafts including artwork, jewelry, clothing, food, and animal-related items that are gift-ready for the upcoming holidays.

Over in Coulterville is a Wild Turkey Dance  with live music and a raffel hosted by Coulterville Lodge # 104.

The Mountain Youth and Community Theatre: MYACT, theater production James and The Giant Peach: Children’s Play will be showing Friday and this weekend. Even more events are in our events calendar.

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