Dragoon Gulch 5 K starts at 8 am. Get Up, Get Out, Get Healthy. This is the 4th Annual Dragoon Gulch 5K and hike also the grand opening of the newly developed 1.5 mile addition and don’t forget to register.
The Sonora Chamber will host a Holiday Gathering at the Sonora Opera Hall on Tuesday, December 18th from 5:30 to 7 pm.
For more information call (209) 694-4005
The Sonora City Council Open Session meeting will take place on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
Monday, January 21st City Hall will be closed for a holiday.
The Sonora Chamber will again bring an interactive movie experience to the Sonora Opera Hall on Friday, March 15th. Ghost Busters
Doors open at 6 pm, contests at 6:30 pm and the Movie starts at 7 pm. You may have seen these movies, but not like this!
for more information
Sonora Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 3084
Sonora, CA 95370
The Sonora Certified Farmers’ Market
Is open every Saturday, from May 18 through October 12, 2019. So join us for a new exciting year. The Farmer’s Market is open to the public every Saturday morning from 7:30 .m. until 11:30 a.m.
Vendors who make handcrafted items, sell fresh Ag. (certified) produce and on-site (and commercial kitchen) food items are welcome to apply. To Participate click here. Don’t hesitate to get on our waiting list if spaces are not available. We use this list to fill spaces as they open up.
This is berry season/cherry/apricot season and it comes and goes quickly. Blueberries are here for a short time. NOW is the time to make that jelly/jam your friends and family will enjoy as gifts. Lots of other fruits are here for longer periods. Peaches, plums, nectarines. Great 4th of July cobblers, parfaits, pie making and more right here fresh picked daily for you to taste and enjoy.
Don’t let these pass you up!
Still lots of fresh baked gourmet foods and coffees, cheese and honey. So much to choose from, if you have a sweet tooth too.
Top Ten Reasons Why Shopping at Farmers’ Market is Better
1. A Healthy Lifestyle
Farmers present large colorful displays of just-picked, vine-ripened, and best-tasting produce for thousands of health-minded shoppers every week.
2. Friendly Community
At farmers’ markets, you always see people talking to one another. They enjoy visiting with others–farmers, friends, and new acquaintances–and having a good time. Markets bring community elements together including fishermen, farmers, bakers, and families.
With few exceptions, produce is brought to market the same day or within a day of picking. That’s fresh! Fresh products are crisp, have good texture, and taste better.
Fruits like peaches, and produce like strawberries and tomatoes are picked when ripe, not before. Ripened on the tree or vine adds significantly to flavor.
Farmers bring many different varieties of just about every product. Several examples of the variety found the farmers’ market are: Spitzenberg and Braeburn are among the 70 plus apple varieties, Tuscan and Russian are a couple of the different kinds of kale, and lemon and Thai are two of two of the basil types. Variety provides a great healthy way to enrich ones life.
You simply can not compare the volume, variety, quality, and freshness of flowers at the farmers’ markets with what grocery stores offer. With the exception of greenhouse roses, the types of flowers at the market vary with the season. For example, in February-March there are fantastic tulips, and during the summer there are tuberose, sunflowers, zinnias, and many more.
7. Meet the Farmers
This is really an advantage. Since the person you buy the product from is the farmer, or his/her employee, you can ask anything about the product, for example, where it was grown, what variety it is, if the product was sprayed, and cooking suggestions.
8. Support Family-operated Small Farms
Each stall space is used by a different farm. By shopping at farmers’ markets, you are supporting these family operated small farms.
9. Reduce the Carbon Footprint
Distance produce travels from farm to you via a grocery store is often greater than 1000 miles. Transport to and storage at the store often requires refrigeration, and these result in carbon dioxide emissions. At our farmers’ markets average distance traveled is less than 50 miles and there is no refrigeration or storage. Buying at a farmers’ market results in less carbon dioxide emissions.
10. California Grown
At the farmers’ market you know that all produce sold at our farmers’ markets is grown in California, not Mexico, not China, nor anywhere else in the world.
Keep in touch with us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 209-532-7725, with any questions, suggestions or concerns. See you at the Market!
Tuesday August 6th 2019 from 5:00-7:30
The Sonora Police Dept. will be celebrating
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT!
at the Woods Creek /Rotary Park in Sonora,
Mark your calendars
Come down, bring the family,
and celebrate with us by eating food and playing games
This is a FREE event for all to attend
We love getting together with the families
of the community and celebrating a night out with YOU
The Tuolumne County Library will offer its first class in Holiday Wreath Making on Saturday, November 16th from 10 to 12:30 check out the flyer for more information.
The Tuolumne County Farm Bureau will host Candidates Night at the Sonora Opera Hall on Tuesday, January 28th from 5 to 7 pm. Candidates running for positions in Tuolumne County will be featured.
For more information contact David Harris at (209) 532-6491
FARM BUREAU IS DEDICATED TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING, AND PROMOTING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES
Coffee with a Cop
Wednesday, February 5th at 9:30 join the Sonora Police Dept. at the Bagel Bin, located at 140 S. Washington Street.
Join your neighbors and Police Officers for Coffee and Conversation….
No agenda, no speeches, and no power point, Just Coffee and a chance to to get to the Officers in your Community
For more information Click here
The Fabulous Fifties dance is for a senior project for Matthew Foster and Bryce Williams. The purpose is to introduce swing dancing to the younger community, hence the cheaper price for young adults and kids. This project is in participation with The Dance Castle of Columbia. All proceeds will go to the ‘No Wildcat, Left Behind program’. The organization is meant to help senior students that cannot afford the senior night trip and their caps and gowns for graduation. The Rusty Rockers will provide 50’s swing music to dance the night away! To order tickets please call (209) 981-3578 or to purchase online, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fabulous-fifties-swing-dance-tickets-86448647231.
on March 28th the Texas Teddy Bear will be at the Sonora Opera Hall for a night of Music and Worship. Sponsored by the Country Cowboy Church. The 5 times nominee, Christian male vocalist of the year, Dwayne Williams
The Sonora Chamber will host Friday Flixs on Friday, March 27th, featuring SHREK
Doors open at 6 pm,
Costume contest at 6:30
Movie starts at 7
You may have seen these movies, but Not like this!
DreamWorks 2001 release “Shrek” found its way into the hearts of audience around the world with its twist on stereotypical fairy tale.
Since its release, “Shrek” has been recognized as one of the top animated films of all time, and has continued to maintain popularity in the age of the internet.
on Saturday, March 28th at 6pm ~ “The Texas Teddy Bear”
A 5 Time Nominee Male Christian Vocalist of the year “Dwayne Williams”-
The Texas Teddy Bear a singer and song writer, who puts on a high energy performance.
Join the Country Cowboy Church for a fun night of music and worship. click here for more information
The Sonora Chamber will present Tombstone an action packed movie loosely based on events in Tombstone, Arizona, including the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and the Earp Vendetta Ride, during the 1880s.
You may have seen these movies> BUT no like this!
Specials: the Stage Coach from the Columbia Diggins will be coming right through town! it is sure to be a hooting good time. It scheduled for around 6 pm that evening, so come on down. You wont believe your eyes….
Tuolumne Utilities District will be hosting a town hall meeting on Thursday, May 21st at the Sonora Opera Hall, the meeting will go from 5 pm until 8 pm. for further information call 209-532-5536
The 38th Annual Historic Sonora Christmas Parade will be held Friday, November 26th at 6:00 pm. Rain or Shine.
This brightly lit night-time parade starts at the Historic Red Church and follows Washington Street to Restano Way.
Historic Downtown Sonora will be transformed almost overnight. The Christmas tree is in place and the merchants are festively decorating their shops all getting ready for the Holidays and the Annual Christmas Parade. Visit ChristmastownSonora.org to view the Christmas activities.
Families and friends who come out to enjoy this family event are sure to get in the Holiday spirit.
All entries for the Parade are always festively decorated and Christmas themed music fills the air. Our local radio personalities will be announcing each entry as the entries go by.
An added feature which people enjoy is the Holly Jolly Trolley, making it’s way downtown. The service is offered from 3 :00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. the day of the Parade, free of charge, so now you don’t have to hassle with Parking let Holly Trolley get you there and back!