The Bistro at the Marshall Grange
Saturday March 1, from 7:00 - 9:00PM
4940 Marshall Rd, Garden Valley, CA
FREE family fun! Desserts available for purchase. Live entertainment by Johanna Friesen of Garden Valley Eden Center.
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KFOK Community Radio, in celebration of Read Across America, will feature an all-day broadcast of schoolchildren and other community members reading from their favorite books on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
Read Across America, sponsored by the National Education Association, is scheduled for the first week of every March every year to honor the birthday of beloved author Dr. Seuss for his significant contribution in motivating children to read.
KFOK invites everyone in the community to participate by coming to the studio at 6290 Main Street in Georgetown and reading a short story, a poem, or an excerpt from a favorite book live on the air. Friends can pair up to share a story and children might take turns with classmates reading a sentence or paragraph each from a single story.
Tuesday March 25, 10am – 1pm
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Corner of Prospect Hill and 193 in Georgetown (map)
Meeting starts at 10:00am. At 11:00am, local historian and author Sheryl Rambeau will talk about how the 1849 Gold Rush could be considered an early version of the California lottery with the odds of striking it rich then being better than the current odds of choosing winning lottery numbers today. The group welcomes new members and a medical background is not required. Dues are $20 and a willingness to help with fundraising. For more information, please contact Winnie Neill, President, at 530-333-9537.
Two KFOK broadcasters will be joining host Marty Mendenhall live in-studio this week on The Best of Gold Country Culture. At 9:00 am, Marty will be interviewing Lindsay Beth Currier. At 9:30, he will be interviewing Paul Firth regarding Measure G, the library issue. Be sure and tune in this Wednesday, April 2nd, from 9 - 10am.
The American River Folk Society’s second Ukulele Strum is happening tonight!! It’s free, it’s fun, and it’s open to everyone from beginner to advanced. Bring or borrow a ukulele or just come along for the sing-a-long. The Marshall Grange is located at 4940 Marshall Road inGarden Valley, and this is a GDRD Community Partner Event.
Summer Concert in GardenValleyPark
With Achilles Wheel and The Rusty Buckets
This Saturday July 26, 2014, 4 pm