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Dog Days of Summer Schedule

Canine Creek and Souza Family Vineyard are teaming up to offer fun for dogs and dog lovers this summer, and to help raise money for pet-related non-profit organizations. Each Dog Day will feature live music, great food and plenty of company for everyone to enjoy with two or four legs. Optional dinners are available for $13.  Please call to reserve a plate 822-9233. Join us on Friday, June 23rd at Souza from 3pm to 7pm, where you can bring your pooch and enjoy wine tasting on the patio. Bringing a dog is optional, of course. Non-dog owners are welcome too! A portion of wine sale proceeds will be donated from the first Dog Days of Summer party will be donated to Guide Dogs of America.

Future Dog Days: July 21st - Save Tehachapi's Orphaned Pets (STOP); August 25th - Have a Heart Humane Society; Sept 8th - Canine Companions for Independence

 

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8th Annual T-Town Rumble Car Show

It's time for the 8th Annual "T-Town Rumble" Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show at the Heritage Oak School Saturday August 26th from 9am-2pm!  Bring the family!  Lots of great shiny cars & trucks to see and fun to be had! This year featuring a Vintage Trailer Round-Up.  This cool, calm and flexible event just might be the easiest, most relaxed and “funnest” Car Show you’ll attend all year (or ever!) Classics, antiques, rods and all other cars of interest are invited to this affair. Everyone is welcome at this event, including specialty vehicles (with an Odd Rod category.) This Show offers car buffs, owners and aficionados the opportunity to show and witness the cream of the crop!
20915 Schout Rd.

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Ray Bonneville in Concert

As a native French speaker from Canada, it’s only natural that Ray Bonneville would love New Orleans. The Juno winning singer-songwriter will bring his blues-influenced New Orleans-style groove to Fiddlers Crossing Saturday, August 26, at 7 p.m. 
Bonneville's music was heavily influenced by his time spent in New Orleans during the 1980s and later. It is often said that the sound of New Orleans is that of rhythm -- the rhythms of a brassy jazz band, the mighty Mississippi River, the Delta bluesmen, and of slowness. Bonneville soaked up the prevalent take-your-time attitude that ran through the music being played in New Orleans.
"There's something about the heat and humidity that makes people slow down," he says. "New Orleans is where I learned to take my time, to allow space between the notes so the songs could truly groove."
That groove is the core of Bonneville's sound. He backs his weathered voice with a highly percussive guitar style, dramatic harmonica lines, and a foot that keeps a steady beat.
To learn more about Ray Bonneville and hear samples of his songs, go to fiddlerscrossing.com and raybonneville.com.

Fiddlers Crossing is at 206 East F Street at Robinson Street, in Downtown Tehachapi. Tickets may be purchased next door at Mountain Music, Tehachapi Treasure Trove, Tehachapi Furniture in Old Town, Lucky’s Barbershop, online at Fiddlerscrossing.com or with a credit card by calling 661-823-9994. Tickets to the concert are $20, and as always, coffee and goodies are included. The concert begins at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30p.m. 

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First Friday Art Around Town

Time for another great First Friday walk downtown to take in local color! Stop by all the open shops, visit with friendly people, buy something nice or just browse. Don't forget to visit the Tehachapi Museum! Complimentary drinks and goodies. Gotta love this town! 5-8pm

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Fall Fun Fly

Monday, September 4, 2017
10:00am – 6:00pm
Tehachapi Crosswinds Flying Field

Calling all Club Members!

Join us for an evening fun fly! This will be an informal, but fun event where we will enjoy lots of flying, food, friends, and fun. Bring something to eat for yourself, share if you want. But, most importantly, bring as many aircraft as you can! We want to fill every airplane stand and pilot box. There's plenty of sky for everyone.

Stick around after hours for some night flying too!

Plenty of parking, bathroom available, and lots of welcoming flying friends. Bring chairs and shade if you like. Grills might be available, contact info@tehachapicrosswinds for more information.

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"A Tasteful September Night" Fundraiser for Rising Star Riders

You won't want to miss this!!! Triassic Vineyards presents the 4th Annual A Tasteful September Night Fundraiser to benefit Rising Star Riders!!  "An Evening of Giving Fills the Heart"  Dinner, dessert, live music, raffle, silent auction and more!  $35 per person with award winning wine and champagne available separately.  For tickets to this awesome event contact Kelly 300-0342 or Carol (916) 337-2755.

 

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Saturday Night Lights

 

Even if you don't have a night plane, this is still a great time, come out and join us! At sunset!

An evening and night time gathering of hearty fliers, this event promises to be as fun as can be had at our flying field. Bring your night-ready aircraft and join us for an informal gathering of night-flying and howling at the moon. In the past, these events have been extremely fun and social. We invite fliers and their light-laden models, their families and friends, and the curious who just wants to know "what IS that in the sky?" See you at the field!  Sat Sept 9th  6-10pm at Tehachapi Crosswinds Field, 20299 Neely Ave.

 

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Gran Fondo Pasta Event

Join the town for a Rustic Italian Pasta Dinner to help kick off the Tehachapi GranFondo and help rider’s carbo-load the night before. 
You’ll dine outdoors in downtown Tehachapi with riders, sponsors and local fans all in celebration of this great cycling event. Seating is limited so don’t m is s out! Menu: Lasagna, Spaghetti & Meat Sauce * Vegetarian option also available, Garlic Bread, Caesar Salad, Cannoli & Refreshments - Iced Tea & Water Included. Beer & Wine Available at Cash Bar.

Enjoy the cool mountain evening and help kick off the GranFondo as we dine outdoors in Centennial Plaza.  Get your tickets at Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tehachapi-granfondo-pasta-fest-sponsored-by-lehigh-southwest-cement-tickets-36835441798
 

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Tehachapi Gran Fondo

Held in Historic downtown Tehachapi the Tehachapi GranFondo Festival will keep alive the traditions started in the small mountain towns of Italy. Held in honor of those that dare to pedal up steep climbs, race down mountain roads and push their body all just for the glory of cycling, the Festival will both reward and renew the bodies and spirits of all who attend. Visitors will be treated to the enthusiastic, small town charm of our mountain town as local businesses and residents come to watch and support the riders and join in on the fun. Known already for our events hosting thousands, the downtown area is a clean, historic and walkable area full of restaurants, shops, museums and art studios.  DJ Entertainment, Food, Drinks, Vendors and More!
Free and Open to the Public

Choose from our five timed courses, designed with all levels of riders in mind – 104 miles, 86, miles, 60 miles, 38 miles, and 18 miles.  There is a fee to ride.

Event Start Times:

GranFondo 104 miles  7am 
MedioFondo 86 miles 7am 
PiccoloFondo Plus 60 miles  7am 
PiccoloFondo 38 miles -7am 
FunFondo  18 miles 7am 
Packet Pick-up & Event Check-in Located at 125 East "F" St.,  Tehachapi, CA 93561 
Friday Sept. 15th from 3 to 8 pm (Recommended) Saturday Sept. 16th from 5:00 am to 6:30 am 
What's included with registration?
•An incredible day of riding along some of southern California’s greatest mountain terrain with hundreds of other riders
•A chance to meet and ride with professional cyclists
•A Tehachapi GranFondo custom Jersey (Deadline July 7th) or Tech-Tee (After July 7th)
•Swag bag filled with all kinds of goodies (to the first 1200 riders)
•Rest stops packed with healthy snacks and hydration along each course
•Roaming SAG vehicles to provide mechanical support if needed
•A delicious lunch upon your finish
•Enjoy our post-ride Tehachapi GranFondo Festival, featuring DJ music, local beer and wine, vendors, and more!

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Celebrity Bartender for Charity

Save the date to come support one of our favorite local pet charities! Sun Sept 24th from 2-5pm.
Marybeth Garrison & Marley's Operational Manager, Cindy Young will be Pouring for local charity Marley's Mutts Dog Rescue. Preparing to build their new larger Rescue Ranch facility here in Tehachapi, there is a lot to be done, including bringing the barn up to speed, building fences, creating dog parks, and making it safe, fun, and interactive for both dogs and people!

So come support Zach Skow and his Mutt Malitia as a portion of all proceeds go to support their efforts!

 

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Oktoberfest Stallion Springs

On Saturday October 14th, support the Stallion Springs Parks & Recreation Department by celebrating October .... at the Stallion Springs' Oktoberfest! Expect brats and sauerkraut, pretzels and sweets, different kinds of beer and wine. We'll have vendors of all kinds and activities for the kids! Some live music too! Oktoberfest takes place from Noon until 6:00 PM ... but the brats and kraut go fast! Hope to see you then! Stallion Springs Community Center on Stallion Springs Dr. Everyone is welcome!!  PLEASE - NO PETS!

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2017 Health & Senior Resource Fair

Sat October 15th from 1-5 pm head on over to the Woods Pavilion downtown for the Annual Health &  Senior Resource Fair presented by Adventist Health.  Located at 323 West "F" Stree.  FREE!!!  First 100 guests receive a SWAG bag.  Music, photo booth, hors d'oeuvres by Mill St. Kitchen.  There will be drawings for: iPad mini, 4 night cruise for 2, Hitching Post Theatre Gift Cards, Wine Baskets, Free 3hr event at Woods Pavilion, Wine Down Fri Dinner Gift Certificate and much more!!  Visit the more than 18 participants for valuable information and services! 

 

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2nd Annual Tehachapi Brew Fondo

The committee that brought you the award winning Tehachapi GranFondo proudly presents the inaugural Tehachapi Mountain Bike (MTB) BrewFondo. This is a 21 and over ride, in conjunction with the Oktoberfest.

There are three distances offered with similar routes. The ride is expected to last 2-3 hours. Both of the routes lead away from Benz Visco Park to the nearby Tehachapi Mountain Trails Association (TMTA) /Lehigh Trail system on the north side of Hwy 58 – the very same trails that will host the SoCal National Interscholastic Cycling Association Mountain Bike Championships (NICA). These trails are primarily pristine single track with breathtaking views of Tehachapi Valley.

The ride will begin at 11 a.m. to allow riders to complete the circuit prior to the onset of the Brew Fest from 4-8 p.m. Each entry will receive a custom designed T-shirt, swag bag chock full of goodies, and an engraved event bottle opener (first come first serve while supplies last).

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