Thursday, June 21, 2018

Amador County Library "Maker Fair" - Sat June 30

Amador County Library presents
“Maker Fair”
Saturday June 30th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Open to children ages 3 to 7 yrs.
Registration is required. Call 223-6400


Thursday, June 7, 2018

Amador Library: "Reading Takes You Everywhere": Ukeamaniac - June 14

Amador County Library Presents Summer Reading
"Reading Takes You Everywhere"
June 11-July 20
Kick off your summer reading with a fun performance by
Ukeamaniac, learn about the ukulele and join in fun songs
and entertainment. June 14, 2-3 p.m. Jackson.

For more information about the summer reading program,
contact the library 209-223-6400.


Friday, June 1, 2018

ACRA Youth: Our Amazing Environment - June 25 through July 6

Our Amazing Environment
WHAT:              Environmental stewardship, science, art, games, snacks, and fun! For ages 5-14.
WHEN:              10:00am – 2:00pm, Monday – Friday, June 25th – July 6th
WHERE:           River Pines Town Hall
PRICE:              $5 per day
For more information, please call the ACRA office at 209-223-6349, email Paulette at phammond@amadorgov.org, or message our Facebook page at facebook.com/goacra. Visit our website at GoACRA.org.



ACRA Youth: Bottle Biology - June 5 & 27

Bottle Biology
WHAT:             For kids grades K-12! Learn how to explore science and the environment with soda bottles and other recyclable materials! Projects will be on display at the 2018 Amador County Fair July 26-29.
WHEN / WHERE:
June 5th, 10:00am at the Scout Hut in Jackson
June 27th, 11:00am at Town Hall in River Pines
PRICE: FREE!
For more information, please call Paulette at 209-223-6349 or Troy Bowers at 209-245-6921, email Paulette at phammond@amadorgov.org, or message our Facebook page at facebook.com/goacra. Visit our website at GoACRA.org


Learn To Speak Spanish - Classes begin June 5

Learn To Speak Spanish
WHAT:             Join instructor Lila Grover on this five-week beginner’s course to learn Spanish.
WHEN:             Tuesdays starting June 5th through July 3rd at 5:30pm
WHERE:           The Hub (206 B Main St, Jackson)
PRICE:             $75 for the 5 week course


Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Amador County Library: Summer Reading Kick-off with the Ukemaniacs - Thurs June 14

Start your summer reading off with a fun filled musical time at your library. Listen to the Ukeamaniacs perform and learn about the Ukulele.
Thursday June 14th 2-3 p.m. Main Library Jackson (next to ACE Hardware)


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Amador Community College Foundation: "Cruising the Caribbean" - Sat July 14

Get your passports for Cruising the Caribbean at JacksonCasino.com or at the Cashier's cage at the casino.
All proceeds benefit Amador College Connect an their programs, specifically this year:
1 Develop Job Apprenticeship programs in Amador County
2. Expand student services and scholarships.
More info at: https://www.amadorcollegeconnect.org/



Thursday, May 17, 2018

Every 15 Minutes, Part III: May 21 & 22 at Amador and Argonaut High Schools

There will be a large amount of activity at both Amador and Argonaut High Schools on May 21 & 22. Traffic will be heavy at times and drivers should be aware of the possibility of delays. This is happening because the Every 15 Minutes program will be taking place and involves activities at both schools. This is a program sponsored by the California Highway Patrol and the Office of Traffic Safety to promote safe teen drivers and involves multiple local public safety agencies.

On Monday morning, May 21, there will be a simulated drunk driving crash staged at Amador High. There will be many emergency vehicles involved and traffic around the school will be heavy. Busses transporting students from Argonaut will add to the congestion. Motorists are advised to avoid this area if possible. On Tuesday, there will be an assembly at Argonaut as the program continues. Busses transporting students from Amador will be arriving and departing during the mid-day hours.

Most importantly, the public is reminded that this is a staged simulated emergency event and that no real emergency actually exists.  All emergency vehicles and air traffic are responding as participants in this safe driving program.

Photo courtesy the Ledger Dispatch