Friday, May 31, 2019

Mt. Zion Church - Fri May 31

 Our Next Sandwich Sunday! 
Sunday, June 2nd 

Picnic Party!
Everyone bring a picnic-friendly favorite – sandwiches, watermelon, pasta salad, cookies, etc. Everyone’s invited except the ants!

E.P.I.C.S/Fearless Youth BBQ!  
June 20th @ 6:30 in the Fellowship Hall   
Students will be joining with our Seniors for a great time of Food and testimonies from our youth summer camp experience!  See Pastor Jimmy or Pastor Anna or Ken and Jane Bosworth for   more information

Monthly @ MTZC:

Family Worship Sunday
Come worship as a family through a time of sharing, caring, communion! Every FIRST Sunday of the month, we come together to worship in a special service for the whole family.

Sandwich Sunday
The first Sunday of each month we gather after service for a themed potluck! Join us as we gather to build our family connection with each other!

The Brotherhood Men’s Breakfast
Join with the guys the fourth Saturday of each month. We meet at 8 AM in the church fellowship hall.

The Summit
Join us for the most important service we have every 2nd Sunday night 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Also, you are invited for ice cream immediately following the service.

Wednesday Family Nights
Join us each Wednesday 6:30 PM- 8:00 PM for Youth, Children, Nursery and Adult Bibles studies!

Have you ever missed a sermon and wished you had some way to hear it? Do you have someone you want to share a Sunday message with? Good news, you can! Just visit our website or search for "Pastor Erik Hansen" in the iTunes store and download our free podcasts straight to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod! If you have questions or comments, contact the church office at (209) 296-5673 or email us at
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P.O. Box 425 Pine Grove, CA 95665

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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Live Music at Feist Wines: Sweet and Low Melody Co. and Jazz Gitan - May 31 & June 1


Sweet and Low Melody Co
Friday, May 31 at 7 p.m
Vintage Western Swing
$10 general admission


Jazz Gitan
Saturday, June 1 6:30 p.m.
Gypsy Jazz
$10 general admission

15 Eureka Street
Sutter Creek, CA

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UCCE Master Gardeners - June 2019

June 2019 UCCE Master Gardener Classes & Events
Presented by UCCE Master Gardeners
Serving Amador, El Dorado, Calaveras & Tuolumne counties 
 530-621-5512 * For our class schedules, visit 
Amador County Classes

Save money and increase garden productivity with an efficient irrigation system. When properly designed and installed, garden and landscape irrigation systems can save money and increase plant performance. The automation of today’s systems can make irrigation easier and also reduce weed and pest problems. Learn how you can do it yourself at the Public Education class presented by the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County on Saturday, June 1, 2019. Handouts will be available. The class is free and open to the public. No reservations are required.

9:00 am to Noon
Location: Amador County GSA Building, 12200-B Airport Road, Jackson

There are many advantages to living in or near a forested area of the foothills. However, these environments require care and maintenance to stay healthy. The UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County will be offering a free Public Education class “Living in the Forest” on Saturday, June 15, 2019. This class will focus on how best to maintain and keep healthy the forested landscape around our homes, from natural vegetation to compatible plantings and appropriate fire-resistant landscaping. The class will include information on how to reduce future tree mortality; reforestation do’s and don’ts; information on when and how to water different plantings effectively; tips on thinning overcrowded vegetation, removing slash and maintaining defensible space; and planting the right tree in the right place. Handouts will be available. The class is free and open to the public. No reservations are required.

9:00 am to Noon
Location:  Amador County GSA Building, 12200-B Airport Road, Jackson

El Dorado County 

Sixteen individual gardens are open to the public, Master Gardener docents are available for information and gardening questions. See beautiful plants, spring blooms, fruits and veggies that grow in our local climate. Open garden days this month are April 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th,19th, 20th, 27th and 28th.

9:00 am to Noon, $2 parking (look for kiosks)
Location: Sherwood Demonstration Garden, 6699 Campus Drive, Placerville

Emphasis on irrigation, “the Good the Bad and the Ugly.” The Succulent Garden will be open for questions and plant diagnosis.

9:00 to 11:00 am, $2 parking
Location: Sherwood Demonstration Garden, 6699 Campus Drive, Placerville

Join UCCE Master Gardeners Anne Bettencourt and Ada Brehmer as they discuss suitable flowers and greenery into the home for all to enjoy. Learn the proper time and manner to cut these plants to maximize indoor beauty and learn how to arrange them for overall effect.

9:00 am to Noon
Location: Cameron Park Community Center, 2502 Country Club Drive, Cameron Park

Join us at the El Dorado County Fair! Master Gardeners will be available throughout the fair to talk with people, hand out helpful information and answer your every gardening question. Have a sick plant? Bring in a cutting and we’ll help identify a cure. Located at our information booth Thursday and Friday, 13th and 14th from noon-9:00pm, Saturday 15th 10am-9pm, and Sunday 16th noon to 9pm.

For additional details, check out

6/22 Turning Dirt into Gold                                                                    
Nurturing soil is one of the best things you can do as a gardener. Plants thrive in soil that is teeming with life. Learn why this really matters and how to modify your soils to improve plant health and reduce disease and pests.

9:00 am to Noon
Location: Government Center Hearing Room Bldg C, 2850 Fairlane Court, Placerville

Calaveras County 

Come and take a look at what is happening in the garden. Master Gardeners will explain various ongoing projects.

PLANT SALE NOTEFind a diverse selection of hardy and heirloom vegetables.

10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Plant Sale is from 10:00 am to Noon.
Location: Demonstration Garden, 891 Mountain Ranch Road, San Andreas.

Tuolumne County 

We will also be having a Plant Sale. Here is your chance to start your garden right this year with Plants Raised Here to Grow Here! We will have vegetables, annuals, perennials and native plants available for purchase.

10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Location: Demonstration Garden, 251 S. Barretta Street,Sonora.

New Field Guide:
Weeds, Forages, and Natives of the Central Sierra Nevada
Free copies are available now at our UCCE County offices. Or Click image for eBook.
Amador Office
Monday - Thursday, 9am - 1pm: 209-223-6482
Calaveras Office
Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm: 209-754-
El Dorado Office
Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm: 530-621-5502
Tuolumne Office
Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm: 209-533-6595
The University of California working in cooperation with County Government and the United States Department of Agriculture. 
Should you need assistance or require special accommodations for any of our educational programs, please contact us at 530-621-5502.

It is the policy of the University of California (UC) and the UC Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources not to engage in discrimination against or harassment of any person in any of its programs or activities (Complete nondiscrimination policy statement can be found at ). Inquiries regarding ANR's nondiscrimination policies may be directed to UCANR, Affirmative Action Compliance & Title IX Officer, University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, 2801 Second Street, Davis, CA 95618, (530) 750-1397.
UC Cooperative Extension Central Sierra | 311 Fair LanePlacerville, CA 95667

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

AmadorArts TGIF: Primitivo at the Kennedy Mine - Fri June 14

TGIF Concert Number One will Feature Primitivo at Kennedy Gold Mine

The first performance of the AmadorArts’ TGIF free concert series is June 14 and will feature the Latin jazz music of Primitivo. The concert begins at 6:00 pm in Jackson at the Kennedy Gold Mine, the upper area off of Highway 49/88. Bring your friends, chairs or blankets and picnics to the large shady lawn area. Food will be available for purchase, thanks to the hosts of the venue, the Kennedy Gold Mine Foundation.

For the AmadorArts’ major donors and TGIF sponsors, a VIP event in the Change House will occur before the concert begins. There is still time to become a major donor and be invited to this special pre-concert “thank you” mixer with appetizers, beer and wine. Donations support the non-profit’s many community programs.

Latin rhythms by Primitivo will kickoff the 21st annual  TGIF free concert series 

Who is Primitivo? According to a band member, "There are only two kinds of music, the kind that’s from the heart and the kind that's not."  Primitivo is the epitome of music from the heart. With William Russell on guitar, Dave Holob on electric violin, and artist-musician Carlos Lopez on percussion and vocals, the Latin jazz styles of Primitivo will set the perfect tone for this lovely summer evening at the beautiful historic Kennedy Gold Mine in Jackson.

To reach the venue location just off Highway 49/88, turn down the hill across from Jon’s Pit Stop and by the Linda Vista Motel.  Follow the well-maintained gravel road for half mile to the Kennedy Gold Mine. Plenty of free convenient parking. Visit for more info about TGIF concerts. The next concert will be June 21in Ione at the Preston Castle’s back patio featuring Vogan Toll.

Free, One-Day Paint and Mattress Recycling for Sutter Creek-Jackson - Sat June 1

FREE One-Day Paint and Mattress Recycling for Sutter Creek-Jackson Area
Saturday June 1, 2019 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Amador County Regional Airport

Open to all residents and businesses in the Sutter Creek-Jackson area. Sponsored by PaintCare, a non-profit stewardship organization running paint recycling programs across the country, in partnership with Bye Bye Mattress.

FREE and convenient one-day paint recycling and mattress drop-off event. Residents and businesses can safely and easily drop off their unused paint, along with any old mattresses and box springs.

FOR PAINT: PaintCare will accept unwanted house paint and primers (latex or oil-based); stains; deck and concrete sealers; and clear finishes (varnish and shellac). Containers must have their original labels. Businesses that generate less than 220 pounds (about 20-30 gallons) of hazardous waste per month may bring latex or oil-based paint for drop-off. Businesses that generate more than 220 pounds of hazardous waste per month may bring latex paint, but oil-based paint will not be accepted.
PaintCare CANNOT accept: Leaking, unlabeled or empty containers; aerosol spray paints; drums or containers larger than five gallons; hazardous waste or other chemicals, such as paint thinner, solvents, motor oil, spackle, glue, adhesive, roofing tar, pesticides, or cleaning chemicals.

FOR MATTRESSES: Households and businesses may drop off mattresses and box springs. 
UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS include: Futons, camping style air mattresses, crib mattresses, mattress toppers, pillows, or other bedding accessories. For more details about dropping off mattresses, visit or call (855) 700-9973.

Location: Amador County Regional Airport, 12380 Airport Road, Jackson, CA 95642

PaintCare is committed to making it easy and convenient for residents and businesses across California—as well as in seven other states and the District of Columbia—to recycle unused and unwanted paint.

Residents of Sutter Creek and Jackson can also take advantage of free paint recycling year-round at a permanent PaintCare drop-off location at the Kelly-Moore store in Jackson. Find the most convenient site for you at:

About PaintCare and PaintCare in California:
Paint manufacturers created PaintCare, a non-profit stewardship organization, to run recycling programs in states as they pass paint stewardship laws. Through PaintCare, the paint industry sets up drop-off locations for unused paint, arranges for recycling and proper disposal of the paint, and conducts outreach about proper paint management. In 2012, PaintCare waslaunched in California and since then nearly 16 million gallons of paint have been recycled at more than 760 drop off sites throughout the state. For additional information, visit