Please join us for the Twain Harte Area Chamber of Commerce’s 13th Annual Oktoberfest on Saturday only October 6, 2018. Featuring 24 brews and tappers, live Music by Motherlode Alibi, Commemorative Beer Mug and all under the tent. Beginning with a Craft Fair at 10:00 am this one day event closes at 4:00 pm. Brew tasters will be able to choose from more than 24 of California’s top craft brews. Entry fee into the beer tent for this open ended tasting is only $25.00 per person. Wine will also be available. Food will be available for purchase in the crafter areas. Our Artisans and Crafters are open to the public beginning at 10am at no charge so you can do all of your Christmas Shopping early and then you can relax and enjoy the holidays. Come be a part of this Twain Harte tradition as we celebrate Oktoberfest. Music is free to listen to, bring your own chairs. Beer tents will be set up on the lawn.
Are you a small business? Do you want to host a Mixer but don’t have the space or the money? Here is your chance. Each year at our Annual General Meeting, we offer space to small business to showcase their offerings. If you are a chamber member there is no charge. If you are a non-member, the fee is $25.00 per table. Tables are 8 foot or you can share a table with 4 feet of space. Reservations are a must, and are on a first come first serve basis. Don’t miss this opportunity to show the community what you are all about. Contact the chamber office at 209-586-4482 or by email email@example.com to reserve your space.
“Meshing tasty little leads with percussion, and her own vocal accompaniment, Jill calls her music “experimental” which I think means its a bit more dangerous than improvisational. She plays jazz smatterings with avant-garde originalisms and some random occasional classic rock samplings, all rolled into one little lick– it is pretty mesmerizing.” Come on out to Eproson Park on Saturday June 24th to enjoy the sounds of Jill and the Giants.
Come celebrate Twain Harte’s Past, Present and Future with Chuck and Willy Evans on Tuesday June 13th here in Meadow Plaza. There is a no host bar and plenty of home made food by “Chef Willy”. Chuck and Willy used to own Twain Harte Market and retired several years ago. Willy was instrumental in organizing the Sonora Pass Wagon Train re-enactment and you will see pictures of the past when you visit this mixer. Chuck is a long standing member of Twain Harte Rotary and remains active still in the community. Make sure to bring your business cards and of course a raffle prize is always welcome to advertise your business. Hope to see you here at Meadow Plaza on Tuesday June 13th.
Our next Town Hall Meeting will take place at Twain Harte Golf Club (note change of location) on Saturday February 25th – 11:00. Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome. This is the third in a series of planning meetings to put together direction for the future of Twain Harte and how we can go about bringing visitors to our town to shop, eat and recreate and stay, 365 days a year, making Twain Harte a destination location. If you want to be part of a team to define WORKING TOGETHER, PROMOTES SUCCESS or help on any projects that make this a reality, please let us know. Hope to see you at our meeting so we can listen and incorporate your ideas.
Dodge Ridge is open and the roads are clear .
Trail conditions January 25, 2017 today will include deep powder and groomed terrain. Base depths are currently at 121″ – 141″. Rocky’s Road Terrain Park will reopen today on delay with 10 features. Deep powder conditions exist, so please always, ski + ride with care and always ski + ride with a buddy. Sign up for Powder Alerts by text message this season, simply text the word POWDER to the number 62687 on your cell phone. Also, call our Snow Phone for weather, road, and snow condition updates at 209-536-5300.. http://www.dodgeridge.com/snow-report/snow-report/
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While in Twain Harte have you stopped by Caffe Blossom or Little Cottage Cafe, to get your favorite specialty coffee and to take a stroll around town? Check out the shops and boutiques in the village and the shops and market (where See’s Candy is always on sale as a fundraiser for Soroptimist International of Twain Harte) in the Twain Harte Village Shopping Center. Many shops are having after Christmas sales getting ready to restock with Spring merchandise. Remember, we have several different restaurants serving breakfast through dinner priced from $ to $$$. Looking forward to seeing you in Twain Harte.
Need to finish your Christmas Shopping or get just that one last gift? Come join us in Twain Harte this Saturday December 17th for our Cookies and Coco Walk. From 4:30 to 6:30pm the shops will be open, Carolers will be caroling and Santa has returned because our town is filled with so many beautiful lights and trees he needed to come back for a second look! Stop by Sierra Cellars if you are in need of a nice bottle of wine and some chocolates. Then mossy around the corner to Harte of The Kitchen for your every kitchen need and more. Need an antique for someone special, The Antique Hunter is the place to go. Looking for something local, Business First has a wonderful selection of Twain Harte hats, visors, T-shirts and a variety of other items. All That Matters features local Tuolumne County artistians and The Walk In Closet has a selection of new and gently used clothing and accessories for everyone. Remember, while in Twain Harte, we have several different restaurants with dinner priced from $ to $$$. Looking forward to seeing you here on Saturday December 17th.