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* DeathValley '49ers Pre-EncampDeathValley '49ers Pre-Encamp

Join us the FIRST FULL WEEK of November in Furnace Creek...

* Old West Days & History TalksOld West Days & History Talks

Time: 12:00 am

History Talks, BBQ, Craft, Music, Vendors...FUN!

* SIFPD - OLD WEST DAYSSIFPD - OLD WEST DAYS

Time: 10:00 am

OLD WEST DAYS, SHOSHONE 10-5 ~ QUILT RAFFLE TICKETS AND HANDMADE BAGS ON SALE

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* DeathValley '49ers Pre-EncampDeathValley '49ers Pre-Encamp

Join us the FIRST FULL WEEK of November in Furnace Creek...

* Old West Days & History TalksOld West Days & History Talks

Time: 12:00 am

History Talks, BBQ, Craft, Music, Vendors...FUN!

* Karla Ely - Artist ReceptionKarla Ely - Artist Reception

Time: 2:00 pm

A solo show called “Spirits Among Us,” celebrating Dia de los Muertos

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* DeathValley '49ers Pre-EncampDeathValley '49ers Pre-Encamp

Join us the FIRST FULL WEEK of November in Furnace Creek...

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* DeathValley '49ers Pre-EncampDeathValley '49ers Pre-Encamp

Join us the FIRST FULL WEEK of November in Furnace Creek...

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* DeathValley '49ers EncampmentDeathValley '49ers Encampment

These five days are filled with events including old-time and western-style music, an Invitational Western Art Show, craft shows, golf tournament, wheelbarrow and prospector's races, a pioneer costume contest, 4X4 tours, wagon train and horse parades, community breakfasts and our Worlds Lowest 1849 Poker Tournament.

* DeathValley '49ers Pre-EncampDeathValley '49ers Pre-Encamp

Join us the FIRST FULL WEEK of November in Furnace Creek...

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* DeathValley '49ers EncampmentDeathValley '49ers Encampment

These five days are filled with events including old-time and western-style music, an Invitational Western Art Show, craft shows, golf tournament, wheelbarrow and prospector's races, a pioneer costume contest, 4X4 tours, wagon train and horse parades, community breakfasts and our Worlds Lowest 1849 Poker Tournament.

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* DeathValley '49ers EncampmentDeathValley '49ers Encampment

These five days are filled with events including old-time and western-style music, an Invitational Western Art Show, craft shows, golf tournament, wheelbarrow and prospector's races, a pioneer costume contest, 4X4 tours, wagon train and horse parades, community breakfasts and our Worlds Lowest 1849 Poker Tournament.

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* SIFPD - 7TH ANNUAL FHFSIFPD - 7TH ANNUAL FHF

7TH ANNUAL FIRE HOUSE FLING QUILT RAFFLE,DRAWING, AUCTION BBQSWAP MEET, VENDORS FIRE SAFETY DEMONSTRATIONS LIVE MUSIC , EVENING PERFORMANCE BY PYRO SAGAS

* DeathValley '49ers EncampmentDeathValley '49ers Encampment

These five days are filled with events including old-time and western-style music, an Invitational Western Art Show, craft shows, golf tournament, wheelbarrow and prospector's races, a pioneer costume contest, 4X4 tours, wagon train and horse parades, community breakfasts and our Worlds Lowest 1849 Poker Tournament.

* Taking the WatersTaking the Waters

Time: 12:00 am

Taking the Waters is a two-day search for water in the desert. We will drive to and through some of the Mojave's finest oases, natural pools, hot springs, rivers, reservoirs, and retreat center and water park remains, and consider the cultural significance of water in the desert through a program of site-specific installations, performances, films, tours, and presentations.

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* DeathValley '49ers EncampmentDeathValley '49ers Encampment

These five days are filled with events including old-time and western-style music, an Invitational Western Art Show, craft shows, golf tournament, wheelbarrow and prospector's races, a pioneer costume contest, 4X4 tours, wagon train and horse parades, community breakfasts and our Worlds Lowest 1849 Poker Tournament.

* Taking the WatersTaking the Waters

Time: 12:00 am

Taking the Waters is a two-day search for water in the desert. We will drive to and through some of the Mojave's finest oases, natural pools, hot springs, rivers, reservoirs, and retreat center and water park remains, and consider the cultural significance of water in the desert through a program of site-specific installations, performances, films, tours, and presentations.

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* SIFPD - FIRE HOUSE JAMSIFPD - FIRE HOUSE JAM

TECOPA HOT SPRINGS RESORT LV JAM BAND HANDMADE BAGS SALE

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* SIFPD - FIRE HOUSE JAMSIFPD - FIRE HOUSE JAM

TECOPA HOT SPRINGS RESORT LV JAM BAND HANDMADE BAGS SALE

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Death Valley Area Events

 

November – 2014

 

Karla Ely Artist Reception & Dia de los Muertos Party - November 2nd,  2014 | 2 – 5 PM

A solo show called “Spirits Among Us,” celebrating Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in glass by Karla Ely from Pahrump is now on exhibit in Tecopa. An artist’s reception and Dia de los Muertos Party Costume Contest is planned for Nov. 2 and Ely will be awarding gift certificates for her artwork to those with the best costumes. Ely is an artist who paints with glass — fused glass compositions mounted precisely in frames and ready for hanging. According to a press release, the “exhibition is a lively celebration of the dearly departed, but they are far from lifeless. The dynamic spirits featured conspicuously within these works will charm you with their individuality and enthusiasm.”

Click here to view the flyer

Click here to view her website

Death Valley ’49ers Pre-Encampment - November 1-5, 2014

Encampment: Wednesday November 5th through Sunday November 9th, 2014

Join us the FIRST FULL WEEK of November in Furnace Creek, CA Pre-Encampment: Sunday November 2nd through Tuesday November 4th, 2014 Encampment: Wednesday November 5th through Sunday November 9th, 2014 Encampment events begin Wednesday and run until Sunday. These five days are filled with events including old-time and western-style music, an Invitational Western Art Show, craft shows, golf tournament, wheelbarrow and prospector’s races, a pioneer costume contest, 4X4 tours, wagon train and horse parades, community breakfasts and our Worlds Lowest 1849 Poker Tournament.

Click here to view the flyer

Shoshone’s Old West Days & History Talks –  October 31st  – November 2nd

History Talks, BBQ, Craft, Music, Vendors…FUN!

www.shoshonevillage.com

760 852 4524

Click here to view the Old West Days flyer

Click here to view the History Talks flyer

SIFPD – AT OLD WEST DAYS – November 1st, 2014 |  10 –  5 PM

OLD WEST DAYS, SHOSHONE 10-5s ~ QUILT RAFFLE TICKETS AND HANDMADE BAGS ON SALE

Click here to view the flyer

SIFPD – JAM BAND - November 14th – 15th, 2014

TECOPA HOT SPRINGS RESORT LV JAM BAND HANDMADE BAGS SALE

Taking the Waters - November 8th – 9th, 2014

Taking the Waters is a two-day search for water in the desert.  We will drive to and through some of the Mojave’s finest oases, natural pools, hot springs, rivers, reservoirs, and retreat center and water park remains, and consider the cultural significance of water in the desert through a program of site-specific installations, performances, films, tours, and presentations.

Find out more

October – 2014

 

Shoshone’s Old West Days & History Talks –  October 31st  – November 2nd

History Talks, BBQ, Live Music, Vendors FUN!

www.shoshonevillage

760 852 4524

Click here to view the Old West Days flyer

Click here to view the History Talks flyer

50th Anniversary Celebration of the Wilderness Act - October 11th, 2014

This is an event to celebrate the Wild and Scenic Amargosa River and the wilderness areas that surround and sustain the river and its vital springs. The Amargosa region is the Southern Gateway to Death Valley National Park (largest wilderness area in the lower 48) as well as remarkable BLM wilderness areas, the California Desert’s only Wild and Scenic River, and abundant seeps and springs that enliven this unique and protected region. This region also represents significant opportunities for future designation of Wilderness and National Park expansion. This event will highlight the importance of protecting existing regional wilderness areas, and completing plans for the Wild and Scenic River designation. Showing Films, Photography Workshop, Fundraising Raffle, Bird Talk, Leave No Trace Workshop, Talks on History of the Area. SCHEDULE FOR TECOPA EVENT 10/11/2014 10:00am  Event Set Up 11:30am Start Event, Welcome some brief History on the Wilderness Act and the California Desert Protection Act 12:00pm Show “Living in the Rainshadow”  (Snacks & Refreshments) 12:35pm Kid’s Arts & Crafts  (pupfish blocks, wilderness drawings) 12:35pm More Films on the Area 1:00pm Bird Talk/Walk with Len Warren 2:00pm History of the Area talk with Brian Brown 3:00pm Leave No Trace in Practice with Jordan Kelley 3:00pm Photography Workshop with Nancy Good 3:00pm Future Planning in the Desert with John Hiatt Where: Tecopa Community Center 405 Tecopa Hot Springs Rd, Tecopa, CA When: Saturday, October 11, 2014
11:30AM – 4:00PM Contact: (518) 321-3101 |  jordanamcon@gmail.com Visit Our Website:
amargosaconservancy.org   Please Bring Your Own Lunch & Water (snacks & refreshments provided) 

SIFPD – BBQ - October 18th, 2014 |  11 –  7 PM

THE HUBB BAR IN PAHRUMP llAM – 7PM LIVE MUSIC, BBQ, QUILT TICKET AND BAG SALES

SIFPD –  AT OLD WEST DAYS - October 31st, 2014 |  10 –  5 PM

OLD WEST DAYS, SHOSHONE 10-5 ~ QUILT RAFFLE TICKETS AND HANDMADE BAGS ON SALE Click here to view the flyer