Marketing meeting set Feb. 21 by Visitors Bureau

The Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau will hold a bi-monthly marketing meeting Feb. 21 at the Visitors Center, 193 S. Washington St., in Sonora.

The meeting will begin at 1 p.m., and all are welcome.

To RSVP, email Jen Lopez at

Farms of Tuolumne County accepting new members

Farms of Tuolumne County is looking for agriculture business owners who enjoy opens space, farmers markets and Tuolumne County’s agriculture and heritage.

FOTC is a nonprofit organization that began in 2003 to promote local agriculture through marketing and collaboration with other community agencies such as Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau, local chambers of commerce, Farm Bureau, UC Extension, through education with its grant program to benefit local youth involved in agriculture, and through agri-tourism by hosting its annual Farm and Ranch Tour, set this year for June 8.

Membership fees are: Producer (rancher, farmer, processor, cottage industry, feed store), $50 per year; restaurants serving locally grown food, $100; corporate sponsorship, $200; associate member (Friend of the Farms), $20.

Membership applications are available online at (select “join” at the top of the page).

For more information, call (209) 928-3775.

Job fair set April 5 at Columbia College

Mother Lode job-seekers will find help at a Career and Job Fair slated for April 5 at Columbia College.

The fair, co-sponsored by Mother Lode Job Training and the college, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Oak Pavilion, 11600 Columbia College Drive in Sonora.

For more information, go online to

Coffee Talks set on Tuesdays

The Angels Camp Business Association hosts Coffee Talk Tuesday from 8 to 10 a.m. Tuesdays at the Angels Camp Business Association Office, 300 S. Main St., Angels Camp.

Coffee Talks are a casual gathering where local business owners, organizations and the community can share ideas, network and learn from one another.

For more information, email or visit