Mother Lode Newcomers and Friends is a philanthropic, social, and recreational club, established to welcome newcomers to the Mother Lode area and connect them with others that are new to our area. The Club meets at monthly membership luncheons on the first Thursday of the month.
Reservations are due 10 days prior to the lunch date (Oct 23).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Guests welcome.
Please come and join us!
Visit motherlodenewcomers.com for more information.
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Free Family-Friendly Community Event!
The Day of the Dead – El Dia De Los Muertos is an ancient Aztec celebration focused on remembering and honoring our beloved dead. It is not a sad, somber remembrance but is bright, vibrant and celebratory as it acknowledges that death is just a part of life.
Join us in learning about this ancient celebration and its symbols. Get a temporary Day of the Dead face tattoo, decorate traditional sugar skulls and make tissue flowers for the altar.
Decorate the community altar by creating a memorial for your own beloved dead using your own photos and mementos.
Join us in walking the memorial labyrinth as we remember and honor our loved ones as we celebrate the sacred cycle of life, death and rebirth.
This is a DROP IN event. The community labyrinth walk program will begin at 2:30 although the labyrinth will be open to walk throughout the day.
This is a celebration so bring finger food, snacks, dessert or drinks to share. This gathering is provided by the Serenity Center (209) 295-2003 and The Labyrinth Project (209) 256-3750. Call either number for more information.
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Amador Makers, an organization dedicated to fostering a creative community for Makers working in wide range of mediums, has elected its first Board of Directors at its October meeting, held last Sunday.
Elected Board President was Craig Baracco, reporter with the Ledger-Dispatch newspaper and gentleman adventurer of some renown, elected Program Director was Molly Allen, CEO of Made in Amador, and elected treasurer was Paula Terrintino, master crafter of many mediums.
The new Board pledges to continue to build the Amador Makers both as an organization and a community and to achieve the organization's long-term goal of being a Maker Space to Amador County. All are welcome to join, regardless of age, area of interest, or skill level. Amador Makers meet the second Sunday of each month, and our next meeting will be on Sunday November 11th at 3:00 pm.
For more information see our Facebook Page or email email@example.com
Monday, October 8, 2018
Thursday, October 4, 2018