There are several big outdoor events happening this weekend, and the temperature should stay below 100 degrees.
The Bear Valley Music Festival begins tomorrow, Maestro Michael Morgan assisted in creating the concert lineup with a selection of rock, classical, bluegrass and jazz. The event begins Friday, July 22 at 7pm with the T Sisters. Saturday at 7pm is a JOURNEY Tribute by Evolution and Sunday at 2pm is a matinee with Emil Miland & Friends. The concerts continue next week beginning Wednesday July 27th, and go through August 7th. For the full line-up view the event listing here.
Tomorrow is the Tuolumne County Farm Bureau Annual BBQ & Auction to benefit Tuolumne County Farm Bureau Scholarships and County Programs. The event will be held at the Hurst Ranch in Jamestown, entertainment will be provided, rides on the miniature narrow gauge railroad train are part of the ticket price. For more details and all the ticket prices view the event listing.
On Saturday a booth at Coffill Park will feature a lot of information as part of the “Don’t Be A Stat / No Parenting Under the Influence Campaign.” Friday Night Live and Mentoring Works will host fun, hands-on activities using the “drunk goggles” produced by “Fatal Vision” which simulates the experience of being impaired by alcohol or drug abuse. Details are in the event listing here.
The 39th annual Twain Harte Summer Arts and Wine festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 23rd and 24th, on the streets of downtown Twain Harte, from 10am to 5pm both days. The event is free and draws over 5,000 quality craft purchasers and music lovers, and hosts nearly 100 high caliber artists, displaying and selling their fine wares. The event listing is here.
Also on Saturday the The Summerville Bears’ Quarterback Club is presenting the first annual Westside Tribute Band and Brew Fest at the open air Westside Event Grounds in Tuolumne, a map is in the event listing here. All event proceeds will go to assist the Summerville Bears’ Quarterback Club and will be used for the benefit of the Summerville High School student athletes. The event includes three tribute bands featuring the music of Boston, Journey and ZZ Top, and Harvest Gold. The event also featurs craft beer tasting from more than 20 California craft brewers as listed in the news story here, that interviews Ron Roberson, President of the Summerville Bears Quarterback Club.
There is even more happening Saturday, get the full list of events here.
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