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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

WIne and music at dkCellars this Saturday

FYI some great music this weekend at dkCellars....Track 7 and Ollie's Lament will be playing from around 1:30 til 7 pm in Fairplay, off Slug Gulch Road for dkCellars anniversary party.  Good wine and good music to sip too!

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Free stage rides today on Main St.

Riding the stage today on historic Main Street!  Thanks Doc!!

Whitewater rafting on the American River

Stay with us and raft for half off with this deal....from Travelzoo.


On behalf of our subscribers in the Central Valley, we have
negotiated this Travelzoo Local Deal:

Source: Gold Rush Whitewater Rafting

For $50, experience the thrill of the South Fork of the
American River's class III rapids while taking in the
stunning scenery of a state park. Regularly $100, this
half-day whitewater rafting adventure on Lower Gorge Run
includes all your gear.

The trip begins at 8 a.m., when you'll make your way 11
miles upstream by bus. After a brief orientation and safety
training, hop aboard a six-person raft and head into intense
class III rapids, some of the biggest and most exciting on
this river. Then let your heartbeat return to normal with a
peaceful float through Marshall Gold Discovery State Park
with numerous class II rapids.

This adventure is suitable for beginner and intermediate

To get this deal, purchase a voucher directly from
Travelzoo, and call Gold Rush Whitewater Rafting to make a

*Buy the voucher before 8 p.m. Friday, July 22.
*The voucher can be redeemed starting Monday, July 25,
through Sept. 26, 2011.

For more information on the deal from Gold Rush Whitewater
Rafting, click here:


Saturday, July 09, 2011

Wakamatsu Historical Tour- American River Conservancy

This is so cool....if you have not been up to the Wakamatsu property, here is a great chance to see it.

Join ARC trained docents for a firsthand look at the property recently acquired by ARC. This ranch is an interesting mosaic of springs, streams, wetlands, blue and live oak forest, sweeping vistas and prime agricultural soil. Ranch ponds and the small lake is a draw for wildlife, particularly migratory waterfowl during the winter and early spring. Along with its beauty, learn about the rich history of the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Farm, the 1st Japanese Colony site established in America in 1869. Contact ARC to sign up and for meeting location (Gold Hill area). Register now.
Donations towards the Wakamatsu project encouraged.
 Please call to sign up at 530-621-1224, or contact