The last week of the year has very few community events planned, of course many local bars will be open late New Year’s Eve with live bands or DJs celebrating. There are even more events planned in month of January.
The Angels Camp Museum has big plans, on New Year’s Day: there will be an Owl Babies Story and then children can make their own snowy owl pinecones. Beginning on the 7th the museum will be open every Thursday through the end of February offering tours of its new exhibit. The new exhibit features items from the 1949 Gold Rush including horn spoons for gold dust, a Utica Mine manager’s monthly time book, items from the Calaveras Hotel that burned down, and a late 1800’s commercial laundry stove with accompanying artwork. More details are in the event listing here.
Also on January 7th at Sonora High School there will be a Music Recital Featuring Venezuelan Cuatro Players. The Venezuelan Cuatro is a four string instrument, similar to the guitar but smaller. Joseph Horat, with his grandfather and uncle will perform several songs. More details about the performance and ticket information are here.
On January 9th 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.
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