Sunday, Oct. 14

If you're not a subscriber, you can find The Valley Springs News at the following locations for 25 cents per issue.

In front of The Valley Springs News office, The Terrace Plaza, Valley Springs

In front of CVS/pharmacy - Valley Springs

In front of the Campbell’s Country - Valley Springs

In front of Mar-Val Market - Valley Springs

In front of Umpqua Bank, Highway 26, Valley Springs

In front of Good Friends Chinese Restaurant, State Route 12 and 26, Valley Springs

In front of the Dollar Plus Store, State Route 12, Valley Springs

In front of H & R Block, Highway 12, Valley Springs

Inside La Contenta Mini Mart, Valley Springs

In front of the Rancho Calaveras Clubhouse, State Route 26 and Baldwin, Valley Springs

Inside Common Grounds, The Terrace Plaza, Vista Del Lago Drive, Valley Springs

At the side of Valley Springs Chevron, off Highway 26, Valley Springs

Inside Zippy Mart, 506 E. Highway 12, Valley Springs

Inside 76 Mini-Mart - Highway 26, Valley Springs

In front of the Burson Market, Highway 12 and Burson Road

In front of the Sierra Energy station, 7998 E. Highway 12, Wallace

In front of the Calaveras County Government Center-San Andreas

Complimentary copies available from DJ's Hair - 10-I  Nove Way, Valley Springs

    “The Spirit of John Muir” lecture by Lee Stetson, 2 to 3 p.m., Angels Camp Museum Carriage House, 753 S. Main St. in Angels Camp.  Museum members attend for free; non-members are $10 per person. Refreshments will be available at 1:30. 


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Sunday, Oct. 13:  First annual Music on the Greens Concert, live music by Stance and Slade River, 4 to 8 p.m., La Contenta Golf Course, 1653 State Route 26, Valley Springs. Admission is $10 and children 12 and under are free. A portion of proceeds will go to local non-profits. Food trucks and drink specials.

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