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Everyone in California will have an opportunity to get vaccinated against COVID-19, but the vaccine supply is currently limited so groups who are at highest risk, like people with a high chance of exposure and people 65 and older are first in line.
Find out if it’s your turn at My Turn dot C A dot g o v.
It only takes a few minutes and if you’re eligible and vaccine appointments are available, you can schedule one.
More information: My Turn dot C A dot g o v. or call 1-833-422-4255
Love To Sing? Longing To Sing? Want to Learn Some Basic Barbershop Harmony Skills?
The Sierra Gold Chorus is meeting via Zoom on Monday nights until we can meet in person safely.
For information: call or text Director Terrie at (530) 350-0247
Local artist Mira Clark will be showing her work at the newly remodeled Akashic Visions Gallery.
The art series is based on interviews conducted with 16 local womxn over the course of a year and a half.
Working under an ecofeminist lens, the goal of the project is to uplift and center womxn’s stories, in regards to the ecological crisis, climate change, and gender issues.
More information: (530) 559-6115 or email@example.com
The fifth annual Sierra Poetry Festival will take place virtually on April 10 from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. The festival brings our rich literary community together to celebrate the spoken word and reach out to brand new audiences in fresh ways.
For more information: SierraPoetryFestival dot orgFind out more »
Fast and effective training that teaches dogs to avoid the sight, smell, and sound of a rattlesnake will be available on April 17th, 2021 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Professional trainers from GetRattled.org will talk to each owner ahead of time and then walk their dog through a course using a minimal shock collar to enforce the training.
Information: WesternGatewayDogpark dot org or (530) 432-4949
Mountain Area Preservation presents the 6th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Friday, April 23rd.
The virtual festival will feature award winning films focused on the environment, conservation, adventure, and more! Tickets will go on sale March 1st!
For more information: MountainAreaPreservation dot org slash W S F F
Bear Yuba Land Trust presents the First Annual NatureFest! A day full of self-guided fun and activities. All participants will receive a Nature Journal, Pencil and Scavenger Hunt as well as additional goodies for self-guided nature fun!
The event takes place at four trails in the community: Alan Thiesen Trail (at Adam Ryan Wildlife Preserve in Alta Sierra), Wolf Creek Trail (near downtown Grass Valley), Litton Trail (near Sierra College in Grass Valley) and Cascade Canal Trail (on Banner Mountain in Nevada City).
More information: contact Felicia Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (530) 272-5994 x 207.
Local Tai Chi and Qigong Master Homer Nottingham and several teachers will demonstrate the healing effects of Tai Chi and Qigong at Pioneer Park on Saturday, April 24, at 9am.
There is no charge; your donation benefits Gold Country Senior Center.
More information: HomerNottingham dot com