Thursday, October 31, 2019

Feist Wines: Jazz, Pizza and Wine all weekend!πŸŽΌπŸ•πŸ·

The Bob Eisenman Jazz Band
Friday, November 1
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

$10 general admission
Jazz Gitan at Feist Wines

Saturday, November 2
6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

$10 general admission

Wood Fired Pizza, Small Plates 5 p.m.


15 Eureka Street Sutter Creek, CA 95685
Upcoming Events
Friday, November 8 Gill Landry
Saturday, November 9 Caleb Caudle
Saturday, November 23 Sweet and Low Melody Co.
Friday, November 29 The Boxhorn Trio
Saturday, November 30 Farm to Fork Prix Fixe Dinner
Friday, December 6 Stealing the Covers
Saturday, December 7 Jazz Gitan
Thursday, December 12 and Friday, December 13 Willie Watson

Copyright © 2019 Feist Wines, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
Feist Wines
15 Eureka St
Sutter Creek, CA 95685-4233

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Dad & Me: Let's Play at the Dennis Dalton Foundation! Sat Nov 23

Join us for a fun morning of sports activities, at November's "Dad & Me" event at the Dennis Dalton Foundation!

Please RSVP to First 5 Amador, at 257-1092

18th Annual Children's Holiday Festival - Fri Dec 6

18th Annual Children's Holiday Festival 
Friday, December 6 
5:30 - 8:00 pm 
975 Broadway, Jackson 
First 5 Amador's 18th Annual Children's Holiday Festival will be held on Friday, December 6 from 5:30 - 8:00 pm. Experience "Winter Festivals Around the World" as you visit booths representing different countries, featuring each country's holiday traditions. Join us for activities, music, snacks, holiday entertainment, and community resources. Visit and take photos with the very popular Santa Mike! This event is FREE and open to all families! Food donations for the Interfaith Food Bank are encouraged. For more information, please call First 5 Amador at 257-1092.

Sierra Learning Community: Best Practices in Trauma Informed Care - Wed Nov 20

Sierra Learning Community ~ Best Practices in Trauma Informed Care 
Wednesday, November 20 
9:00 am - 12:30 pm 
975 Broadway, Jackson 

Open to everyone. Together we will learn the value of self-care programs to agency staff and program participants, identify achievable actions to integrate self-care programs into your agency, review self-care concepts from Peer Support programs that can be applied to new and existing staff, commit to making one or two changes to programs to integrate self-care concepts, and practice self-care concepts that can be applied locally in agencies and programs.

Featured speakers of the day will include Doty Shepard, Vanessa Compton, and Schuyler Bright.

Click here to register - 

First 5 Amador: "Kids in Common" Dinner & Discussion - Thurs Nov 21

Dinner and discussion for TK and Kindergarten teachers, family child care providers, and preschool teachers and directors. Join us as we continue the connections between the field of early childhood education and the TK-Kindergarten world.

We will be sharing ideas with each other, networking, providing follow up from previous gatherings, and identifying topics for the future. Light dinner and free child care provided. Please RSVP, at 257-1092.

Celebrate Fall With "Amador Quality for Kids" - Thurs Nov 14

Help us celebrate the Fall season with fellow family child care providers, preschool center staff and directors, and our Quality for Kids partners! Learn more about incentives and opportunities you can earn while participating in Amador Quality for Kids, along with exciting NEW incentives added for this year! All Amador Quality for Kids participants will receive a $30 gift certificate to Staples AND a $30 gift certificate to Discount School Supply, for attending! Cozy Autumn dinner and free child care provided. Please RSVP, at 257-1092. 

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

🎭 THIS WEEKEND! Live Radio Show of "A Tale of Two Cities." πŸŽƒ

Only 4 days left before
"A Tale of Two Cities"
comes to Sutter Creek!

Don't miss this live radio event,
November 2nd and 3rd.
Dessert, coffee/tea and a show for just $25.
Come see how radio was done in 1938,
complete with live sound effects!
You won't want to be
an hour early for Sunday's show!

A Tale of Two Cities

November 2 & 3


$25 ticket includes a dessert bar, coffee/tea and the show!

Julie Anchor - Allen Pontes - Scott Adams and Richard Williams

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. . ."
Doctor Manette has just been released from an 18-year imprisonment in the Bastille in Paris, to live in London with his daughter Lucie, whom he has never met.
The story is set against the conditions that led up to the
French Revolution and the Reign of Terror.

Join us for MSTW’s 9th re-creation
of the 1938 broadcast from
The Mercury Theater On The Air radio series, which originally featured Orson Welles
and his company members.

This year we will be recreating
the Charles Dickens classic

A Tale of Two Cities

Don't miss this 
2-day only radio show event
Ticket includes dessert bar, coffee/tea, and the show.

Performance Dates and Times

Saturday Evening Performance

November 2nd

Doors open at 7:15pm for dessert, show starts at 8:00pm

 Sunday Matinee Performance

November 3rd

Doors open at 1:15pm for dessert, show starts at 2:00pm

Tickets are $25 and include a dessert bar, coffee or tea, and the show.
A no-host wine bar will be available on a donation basis.

Silent Auction

NEW Location!
Sutter Creek Historic Grammar School
110 Broad Street, Sutter Creek, CA
(Behind Sutter Creek Primary School ~ follow the signs)
Join us for this special event and see how the magic is really made, while supporting Main Street Theatre Works.

Seating is limited, so get your tickets early.


Ticket Prices

$25 per person


Tickets also available at:
Hein & Company, 204 Main St., Jackson, CA

For more information, please visit our website at

Sponsored by: Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort & the Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation
All proceeds from this event benefit Main Street Theatre Works, a 501C3 theatre company performing in Amandor County for 25 years.
Your dollars go further on #GivingTuesday!
Help support MSTW on Tuesday, December 3rd.

All donations made online at on that day will qualify for matching funds from Amador Community Foundation and their Matching Grant Partners.

DECEMBER 3, 2019

Celebrating 25 Years of Professional-Quality Theatre in Amador County

This year, Main Street Theatre Works (MSTW) celebrates 25 years
of producing theatre in Amador County.
And this is our 16th year at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson.

NEW Location!

Sutter Creek Historic Grammar School
110 Broad Street
Sutter Creek (Behind Sutter Creek Primary School)

Location for the Summer Season

The Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre
1127 N. Main Street, Jackson

Patrons are encouraged to come early with picnics,
chairs,  jackets, and bug spray.

Summer Season Tickets

At the gate
Online at
and at
Hein & Company
204 Main St. | Jackson, CA

For more information, please visit our website at

No Cash Refunds
Copyright © 2019 Main Street Theatre Works, All rights reserved.
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Our mailing address is:
Main Street Theatre Works
P. O. Box 96
Sutter Creek, CA 95685

Lockwood FPD: "Wine To The Rescue" Open House Fundraiser - Sat Nov 9

"Wine to the Rescue Open House Fundraiser for Lockwood Volunteer Stations" An evening of local wine, tasty bites and silent auction to benefit our fire station at a beautiful home for sale.

Located at 23790 Golden Ridge Drive, Volcano, CA 95689 

. This is a fundraiser for the local volunteer fire station. 100% of the proceeds would go to the station. We are charging $10. a ticket and wine from local wineries will be served and a silent auction will also take place during the event on various items that are donated such as wine baskets from Helwig, Cave Tours and Rafting tours from local companies.

We would love if you could share this event with your followers as well. This is all under the Lockwood Fire Protection District Auxiliary. The Auxiliary is a 501(c)3 non-profit. The EIN for is 94-2804460 and is a tax deduction.

Another fun aspect of this is that the funds donated from this event will be applied to the national "Giving Tuesday" event on Dec. 3rd whereby funds will be matched.

Funds will be utilized to purchase a 'whole-station" generator for Lockwood Station #152 which has a full kitchen, full bath and shower. This will allow Lockwood to open during PG&E outages and/or during evacuations/disasters, etc being a hub for residents.

We have it set for Nov. 9th 2-5pm out on the deck of the home which has beautiful canyon views. I hope you agree that this is a fun opportunity to help out the local community and view a great home

Dignity Health: "A Plan 4 Me" Men's Health Seminar - Fri Nov 15

Monday, October 28, 2019

PG&E Tracking New Severe Wind Event Tuesday/Wednesday Beyond the Current October 26 PSPS Event

May Need to Proactively Turn Off Power for Safety in Portions of 32 Counties

Customers in the potential impact zone receiving 48-hour notification

 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) emergency operations center, operations and meteorology teams, have been monitoring a new potentially widespread, strong and dry wind event Tuesday morning through midday Wednesday. This afternoon, the company began its 48-hour advance notifications to customers that it may be proactively turning power off for safety and conducting a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) as early as Tuesday morning, Oct. 29

The potential Tuesday safety shutoff is planned for varying start times depending on location throughout PG&E’s service area and is expected to impact portions of 32 counties in the Northern and Southern Sierra, North Bay, Bay Area and Santa Cruz mountains, North Coast and Kern County.

Customer notifications via text, email and automated phone call began this afternoon, approximately 48 hours prior to the potential de-energization. Customers enrolled in the company’s Medical Baseline program who do not verify that they have received these important safety communications will be individually visited by a PG&E employee with a knock on their door when possible. A primary focus will be given to those customers who rely on electricity for critical life-sustaining equipment.

Reason for PSPS

Due to forecasted extreme weather conditions, PG&E is considering proactively turning off power for safety. Windy conditions, like those being forecast, increase the potential for damage and hazards to the electric infrastructure, which could cause sparks if lines are energized. These conditions also increase the potential for rapid fire spread.

State officials classify more than half of PG&E's 70,000-square-mile service area in Northern and Central California as having a high fire threat, given dry grasses and the high volume of dead and dying trees. The state's high-risk areas have tripled in size in seven years.

“The sole purpose of PSPS is to significantly reduce catastrophic wildfire risk to our customers and communities. We know that winds generally above 45 mph are known to cause damage to the lower-voltage distribution system and winds above 50 mph are known to cause damage to higher-voltage transmission equipment. As we saw in a recent PSPS event on Oct. 9, we had more than 100 instances of damage and hazards on our distribution and transmission lines from wind gusts of this strength,” said Michael Lewis, Senior Vice President, PG&E Electric Operations.

Counties Potentially Impacted

Customers living in portions of the following counties are being notified:  Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Kern, Lake, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo and Yuba.

Current October 26 PSPS Event

As PG&E prepares for this next potential Oct. 29 PSPS event, it has more than 6,000 on-the-ground field personnel and 43 helicopters staged in the areas currently impacted by the Saturday, Oct. 26 PSPS event, to conduct patrols, inspections, make repairs and begin restoring power when and where it is safe to do so.

Public Safety Power Shutoff Criteria

No single factor drives a PSPS, as each situation is unique. PG&E carefully reviews a combination of many criteria when determining if power should be turned off for safety. These factors generally include, but are not limited to:

  • A Red Flag Warning declared by the National Weather Service
  • Low humidity levels, generally 20 percent and below
  • Forecasted sustained winds generally above 25 mph and wind gusts in excess of approximately 45 mph, depending on location and site-specific conditions such as temperature, terrain and local climate
  • Condition of dry fuel on the ground and live vegetation (moisture content)
  • On-the-ground, real-time observations from PG&E’s Wildfire Safety Operations Center and observations from PG&E field crews

How Customers Can Prepare
As part of PSPS preparedness efforts, PG&E is asking customers to:
  • Plan for medical needs like medications that require refrigeration or devices that need power.
  • Identify backup charging methods for phones and keep hard copies of emergency numbers.
  • Build or restock your emergency kit with flashlights, fresh batteries, first aid supplies and cash.
  • Keep in mind family members who are elderly, younger children and pets.
  • Learn more about wildfire risk and what to do before, during and after an emergency to keep your family safe at PG&E’s Safety Action Center.
While customers in high fire-threat areas are more likely to be affected by a Public Safety Power Shutoff event, any of PG&E's more than 5 million electric customers could have their power shut off because the energy system relies on power lines working together to provide electricity across cities, counties and regions. This new Oct. 29 PSPS event is expected to be somewhat smaller in scope than the current Oct. 26 PSPS.

About PG&E
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric energy companies in the United States. Based in San Francisco, with more than 20,000 employees, the company delivers some of the nation’s cleanest energy to 16 million people in Northern and Central California. For more information, visit and