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The event kicked off with an augmented reality history tour of Ashcroft.
Numbers were down, but the participants had a great time and put on a wonderful end-of-camp show.
Decision not an easy one to make, says association’s president.
From 1874 to 1890, Cache Creek played host to a boarding school; not without some controversy.
The performer will have a tour of the Reserve, then be at the River Inn to meet residents.
"Arsenic and Old Lace" is set 75 years ago, so some of the references might be obscure to today's audience.
Winding Rivers Arts' latest theatre production has one problem: no leading man. Will the show go on?
Jo started her project as meditation, to take her inside herself.
Organizer Mavourneen Varcoe-Ryan is thrilled by the turn-out, the great musical line-up, and the wide variety of vendors.
Cowboy musician John Kidder will be playing at the festival, taking place august 19 to 21.
The Desert Moon/Desert Dawn bellydancing group ended this year's season with an entertaining display of dances.
Cache Creek Elementary School students delighted audiences with a high-energy production of the hit musical last week.
An upcoming ABBA tribute concert in Cache Creek holds a special meaning for one of the co-creators and musicians.