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      • Every Day -- Black Chasm Natural Landmark Tours
        Recreation: This tour consists of a descent of about 60 feet, down five flights of stairs into the large Colossal Chamber. Well-lit stalactites, stalagmites, long helictites, draperies, flowstones, columns and giant keystone bridges lodged high in the walls can be seen. Pioneer-Volcano Road. Call for directions and seasonal hours.
        Fee: $14.25 Adults /$7.15 Ages 3-12 Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Phone Number: (866) 762.2837

      • Every Tuesday -- Winemaker's Night at Alchemy
        Wine Education: Join us for Winemaker's Nights and enjoy featured wines, live music on the patio and an innovative menu featuring fresh fish and housemade desserts. Please call for reservations. 191 Main Street, Murphys
        Fee: $5 per glass of wine Time: 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Phone Number: (209) 728.0700

      • Every Friday -- Free Music Fridays at Alchemy
        Live Music: Alchemy features jazz standards by Matt Cullen on our patio. Matt will play with an "enhanced rhythm" section and will sometimes be joined by guests. The music is free, but all we ask is you call for reservations and eat some dinner. Feel free to dance if the mood strikes you. 191 Main Street, Murphys
        Fee: Free Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Phone Number: (209) 728.0700

      • TBA -- Columbia's Birthday Celebration
        Celebration: On this day we celebrate the discovery of gold by the Hildreth party (March 27, 1850). Gather in the middle of town for a speech, cake, punch, and reenactments as well as docents in costume throughout town.
        Fee: Call for information Time: Call for information Phone Number: (209) 588.9128

      • TBA -- St. Piran's Day Celebration
        Celebration: At the corner of Main and Auburn Streets, Grass Valley will celebrate its Annual St. Piran’s Day Celebration with a flag raising ceremony of the Cornish flag followed by the “Pasty Olympics”, a series of games involving this staple of the Cornish diet. Grass Valley City Hall Parking Lot, Grass Valley CA
        Fee: Free Time: 10 a.m. Phone Number: (530) 272.8315

      • TBA -- Irish Days in Murphys
        Celebration, Live Music: Join us for this day-long family celebration of historic Murphys and its Irish heritage. Arts & crafts, vendors, pony rides and a large variety of food & beverage. Pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. at the Congregational Church. Parade begins at 11 a.m.
        Fee: Free Time: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Phone Number: (209) 728.8471

      • TBA -- Nevada City Mardi Gras Celebration
        Celebration:A downtown parade and masquerade ball are featured March 5-6, 2011 as this colorful Sierra foothills town again celebrates Mardi Gras in Nevada City. Weekend activities open Saturday night with a Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball in historic Miners Foundry at 325 Spring Street.
        Fee: Call for information Time: 8 p.m.-12 a.m. Mardi Gras Ball/2 p.m. Parade Phone Number: (530) 265.2692

      • TBA -- Calaveras Gem & Jewelry Show
        Exhibit, Family Fun: World class dealers will offer great values on top quality gems, minerals, jewelry, beads, fossils, petrified wood, lapidary material and equipment, books and supplies. Children's activities, demonstrations, silent auction, door prizes, raffle and snack bar. Calaveras County Fairgrounds, 2465 Gunclub Road, "Frogtown", 2 miles South of Angels Camp off Hwy 49
        Fee: $4/Kids under 12 free (with adult) Time: Sat 10a.m.-5p.m./Sun 10a.m.-4p.m. Phone Number: (209) 736.2561

      • TBA -- Fandango
        Celebration, Benefit: Come celebrate Columbia’s birthday with music, dance, and gambling games of long ago. Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit Friends of Columbia State Historic Park.
        Fee: Call for information Time: Call for information Phone Number: (209) 588.9128

      • TBA -- Annual Celtic Faire
        Celebration, Live Music: California's oldest and largest Celtic Festival. Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Cornish cultures come together. Top name entertainment, Highland games, jousting, food and fun. Mother Lode Fairgrounds, 220 Southgate Drive, Sonora
        Fee: Varies Time: Varies Phone Number: (800) 350.1814

      • TBA -- Crab Cioppino Feed
        Dining, Benefit: Join us for our first annual Crab Cioppino Feed, as Chef Arnie Romanello creates his special 100-year-old recipe for all to enjoy. Silent auction, No-host bar, All-you-can-eat. A fundraising benefit supporting the Nevada County Fairgrounds Foundation. Ponderosa Hall, Nevada County Fairgrounds.
        Fee: $35 Time: 6 p.m. Phone Number: (530) 271.3844

      • TBA -- Annual Calaveras Winegrape & Gourmet
        Wine & Food Education: On Friday experience interactive vineyard, wine & food and educational seminars presented by local wine industry experts. On Saturday, an afternoon of food, wine, vines and sensory fun! Taste select pairings of gourmet hors d'oeuvres and cheeses and enjoy integrated seminars. Calaveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp
        Fee: Call for information Time: Fri 10a.m.-5p.m./Sat 1p.m.-4p.m. Phone Number: (866) 806.WINE

      • TBA -- Annual Dandelion Days
        Celebration: This family-oriented event includes an outdoor bazaar and flea market featuring antiques, relics and collectibles, arts and crafts, and much more. There is also lots of fun, food, street entertainers and even a 5K run. Downtown Jackson
        Fee: Free Time: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Phone Number: (209) 223.1706

      • TBA -- Grass Valley Foothills Celebration
        Celebration, Live Music: Sample chef specialties and delectable sweets from some of the areas finest restaurants and confectioners while you sip fine wine from over 30 foothill wineries. Also enjoy fine art, and listen to great music as you shop and stroll through the streets of Historic Downtown Grass Valley CA
        Fee: $30 Advance/$40 Day of Event Time: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Phone Number: (530) 272.8315

      • TBA -- Daffodil Days at Ironstone Vineyards
        Exhibit: Spring has sprung and the daffodil days are blooming. We welcome the Northern California Daffodil Society for their regional daffodil bloom competition and the Calaveras Garden Club with their arrangement display. Chef James will be preparing BBQ on the tasting room deck both Saturday and Sunday. 1894 Six Mile Road, Murphys
        Fee: Call for information Time: Call for information Phone Number: (209) 728.1251

      • TBA -- El Dorado Wineries Passport Weekend
        Wine Education: During two glorious spring weekends each year, 26 El Dorado wineries host the region’s annual Passport wine and food event. Passport Weekends feature plenty of luscious wine and food pairings, barrel tastings, enjoyable art and music, and fun-loving participants.
        Fee: Call for information Time: Call for information Phone Number: (800) 306.3956

      • TBA -- 49er Treasure Trail
        Family Fun: It’s an interactive adventure of epic proportions! Navigate Historic Amador County by conquering clues and challenges, which are all worth points! Win for the most points, unique costumes, most fun team, slowest to finish, traveled the furthest, and more! The event is great for all ages.
        Fee: Call for information Time: Call for information Phone Number: (877) 868.7262

      • TBA -- Spring Obsession Weekend
        Celebration: Obsess about the coming of spring, and celebrate our most popular white wine: Symphony 'Obsession'. Art, daffodils, fabulous food and a unique wine will fill the days of this annual celebration. Ironstone Vineyards, 1894 Six Mile Road, Murphys CA
        Fee: Call for information Time: Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m./Sun 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Phone Number: (209) 728.1251

      • TBA -- Behind the Cellar Door 2011
        Celebration: Join 34 Amador County wineries, Behind the Cellar Door winter wine extravaganza. Tastings of new wines and current releases, gourmet foods, live music and entertaining seminars. Rain or shine. Hosted by the Amador County Vintners Association.
        Fee: Advance tickets $50 both days/$35 Sat or Sun only Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Phone Number: (888) 655.8614

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