SPRING GUIDE #3 What’s UP & Events Upbeat in Greely Hill, CA!

May 4, 2019

Robert Ferguson Observatory Star Party!

Sonoma County, CA. ~ So-

lar Viewing 11am - 3pm. Lis- ten to and safely observe of our favorite star – our Sun. FREE. Public Star Party 8pm - Mid- night ~ Observatory’s 3 main telescopes

plus additional

telescopes are open for view- ing. Ongoing presentations on astronomical topics are given in the classroom. Friendly and knowledgeable

docents are

Joe Meyn taking a moment with the Upbeat Times! Greeley Hill is located in Mariposa County, California. Greeley Hill sits at an elevation of 3,153 feet and roughly has a population of 500. Our small community is located near Yosemite, uphill from Coulterville. ~ Joe


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available to answer your ques- tions. Admission to RFO Star Parties is $5.00 per adult (18 and older), under 18 FREE State Park Admission is $8.00 per car. Robert Ferguson Ob- servatory.

Sugarloaf Ridge

State Park, 2605 Adobe Can- yon Road. Kenwood, CA. Visit our Website @ or follow us on Facebook

May 5, 2019

Singers Spring Concert


Greg Rasmussen, one of the Owner’s of Grav South Brewing Company taking a break with the Upbeat Times. It’s a favorite!

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Petaluma, CA. ~ The concert begins at 3:00 pm, at Elim Lutheran Church (504 Baker Street, Petaluma). It features music by Faure, Ravel, Pou- lenc, and Debussy, as well as Argentine composer Ariel Ramirez, the stunning Misa Criolla. Tickets are $15 at the door or online at http://www. For more information, visit http://www.cinnabartheater. org/choirs/#cinnabarsingers or call

(707) 763-8920.

Jeannine Drew ~ Email: box-

May 9, 2019 Bill & Dave Hikes

Sonoma County, CA. ~ Please join us Saturday, May 11, for a hike at Tolay Lake Re- gional Park, Sonoma County’s newest park. The park, located at 5869 Cannon Lane, Petal- uma 94954, is off Lakeville Highway about seven miles southeast of Petaluma. Plan to arrive by 9:45 AM for a prompt 10 AM departure. This moderate hike of almost nine miles, with elevation gain/loss of 1000 feet, will be on ranch roads, trails, and grasslands. Views, weather dependent, may be seen of San Pablo Bay, San Francisco skyline, and various Bay Area Peaks. Bring a lunch with water, wear weather appropriate clothing, and remember we hike rain or shine. daveandbill.html

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Abraham Lincoln Spring and summer in Pittsburgh mean outdoor festivals. ~ Bill Dedman

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