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COME TO OUR ANNUAL PRE-CHRISTMAS 50% OFF SALE!
ALL BOOKS, VIDEOS, and GAMING.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, through SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
Hein & Company’s Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 9-7; Saturday, 10-7; Sunday 11-7.
204 Main Street
Jackson, CA 95642
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONTACT: CAROL HARPER
JACKSON BUSINESS & COMMUNITY ASSOC.
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN JACKSON WELCOMES THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH ANNUAL “CHRISTMAS DELIGHTS” OPEN HOUSE
Gather up the family, invite your friends and neighbors, and join the community as the spirit of the holidays brightens downtown Jackson, California’s annual Christmas Delights Open House on the evenings of Thanksgiving Day weekend, Friday and Saturday, November 25 and 26.
Friday evening, families can take photos with Great Pyrenees dogs at the Jackson Fire Station, and enjoy live camels. In store for Saturday evening will be the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony with Santa and Father Christmas, Santa’s traditional antique fire truck ride down Main Street and free horse-drawn carriage rides. Listen to holiday music by crowd-pleaser Harry Jordan.
Both nights will include a warming shop with refreshments, cookie decorating and face-painting for the kids. Mrs. Claus will read Christmas stories to little ones at Hein & Company Bookstore. Santa will be available for photos and wish lists at Well’s Fargo Bank. Singer/songwriter Meghan O’Keefe will entertain families waiting to see Santa. Activities on both nights begin at 6 p.m.
The whole family will enjoy the cheerful holiday atmosphere as Jackson’s downtown merchants keep their doors open after hours on both nights, offering refreshments and holiday specials to visitors browsing through festively-decorated gift shops and specialty stores.
“I’m just so excited about this year’s Christmas Delights,” said event Chair Gale Fairbrother. “This year the merchants on Main Street and the JBCA are really going to go all out to make it something special. We hope all will come down to Main Street and enjoy all the fun, goodies and activities of this wonderful, time-honored tradition!”
Start off your holiday season with Christmas Delights, a treasured downtown Jackson tradition. Sponsored by the Jackson Business & Community Association, www.JacksonBCA.org, and hosted by Jackson’s downtown merchants. For event information, contact Event Chairperson Gale Fairbrother at (209) 256-2556 or Lucy Hackett at 209-223-4603 or 209-304-5780.
For information on lodging and dining in Jackson, contact the Amador Council of Tourism at (877) TOUR-AMADOR (868-7262) or visit: JacksonBCA or visit: www.JacksonBCA.org.
Photos by Bill Lavallie
ChristmasDelights1 – Santa makes his traditional ride in an antique fire truck down Jackson’s Main Street.
ChristmasDelights2 – Visitors flood downtown Jackson for holiday shopping.
Christmas Delights3 – Jackson’s downtown merchants get into the holiday spirit with holiday-themed decorations and window displays.
ANNUAL “CHRISTMAS DELIGHTS” OPEN HOUSE IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN JACKSON – Fri and Sat, Nov 25 and 26 in Jackson, California. Tree lighting, photos with Santa, Father Christmas and Great Pyrenees dogs. Holiday music, free horse and carriage rides, warming shop with free activities for kids. Downtown merchants are open until 9 pm, offering refreshments and specials to holiday shoppers.
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NEWS RELEASE from the Amador County Historical Society 257-1485, 223-3196
For the first time in three years, the mining model exhibit of the Amador County Museum will open Saturday, thanks to the Amador County Historical Society.
According to ACHS president, Gary Reinoehl, the ribbon-cutting and opening ceremonies will start at 10 A.M.. Brief remarks by various county and city officials and society officers will follow. The public is invited.
There will be at least two mining model programs scheduled for 11 AM and 1 PM. Other tours of the exterior of the museum and its future will be offered, too.
The Society’s Reinoehl’s and ACHS director Phil Giurlani have been making last minute additions of signage and other alterations to make sure the facility meets ADA disability requirements.
The Society has recently spent over $10,000 to construct a concrete, fenced “porch” to the mine model building, to resurface the asphalt parking area, and to mark off lawful disability parking and pathway areas to the mine model.
Last Saturday, a society work crew spent several hours dusting, sweeping, and mopping the mine model building and paring overgrown greenery on adjacent museum grounds.
The Society signed an agreement some months ago with the county to become manager of the museum grounds but concentrated on reopening the mine model. But steps have also been taken to reopen the museum, too.
Ordered are engineering plans for structural support of the 1859 brick walls of the museum itself. The Society will have its major expense making the museum itself ADA compliant and structurally sound.
The Society and county are negotiating a revised management agreement for the mine model and also a long-term lease of the exhibit.
Meantime, the society’s board of directors has decided to open the mine model on Saturdays only until demand requires further open days. Its operation will be directed by Georgia Fox, retired long-time curator of the county museum.
Trevor Mottishaw, retired former county general services director, heads the society’s museum committee. Construction projects are supervised by Giurlani, a local restauranteur, builder, and society director. Those interested in becoming docents at the mine model should contact Fox at 267-0774 or any officer or member of the society.
The mining models were crafted by the late Bob Post, the son of one of the fabricators of the original Kennedy wheels. The working models include the North Star mill, the Kennedy headframe, and a working Kennedy wheel.
The exhibit also includes other displays and historical information.