Willow Creek tour

April 8, 2014 

The public is invited to experience area history first hand duing a six-hour tour on Saturday, May 17, led by Marcia Penner Freedman, author of "Willow Creek History."

The tour begins at 9 a.m. at the Coarsegold Historic Museum at 31899 Highway 41 (south of Lucky Lane), and continues on Road 200 to North Fork and Bass Lake, with several stops along the way and a running historic commentary. In North Fork, Erin Potter of the U.S. Forest Service will give a talk on the area.

Lunch and dessert are included in the tour and tickets are $40. Reservations required: Send $10 non-refundable deposit (or full amount) with your name, phone number and email addresses to CHS, P.O. Bos 117, Coarsegold, Calif., 93614, attention Karen Morris. The tour leaves from the Coarsegold Historic Museum, 31899 Highway 41 (near Lucky Lane).

Details: Karen Morris, (559) 683-8877.

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