Have you signed up to be in the parade? Everyone is invited to participate. Just fill out the parade entry form and return it to All That Matters in downtown Twain Harte See instruction where to send it at the bottom of the application. Christmas Caroling begins at 5:30 in front of the reviewing stand and the lighting of the tree is before the parade starts at 6:00 pm Santa will arrive during the parade and pictures with Santa will be available after the parade at the Twain Harte Fire House.
Please join us for this community pot luck picnic at Twain Harte Lake. Gates at the lower end of the lake open at 12 Noon for swimming and everyone is welcome.
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.
“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.