Friday in the Pines #5 GillyGirls Band

The GillyGirls Band Back again at this years Friday in the Pines Concert Series, we are happy to welcome The GillyGirls Band. The Gilly Girls are a local family made up of two sets of twins, Savannah & Morgan and Hailey & Jillian. They enjoy playing bluegrass, southern gospel and old-time string band music. Their music includes mandolin, fiddle, base, guitar, banjo, singing and even an occasional song with yodeling. These young ladies offer something unique!. For more information, please visit  The GillyGirlsBandThe amphitheater is a perfect venue for picnicking and relaxing while listening to great music. Chairs, blankets, food and…

10:00am Hikes for History #3 – Huntington Lake Trail & Billy Creek

Hike Leaders: Doug & Debbie Koerper Hike Description: An easy hike with little elevation change around Huntington Lake to Billy Creek Museum. Approximately 2 1/2 miles one way with vehicles available for those that do not want to hike back to Lakeshore. The hike will include information about the Ward Tunnel and completion of the Hydro Project. Tours of the Museum are also available, if schedule permits Hikers can pack lunch or have lunch at Huntington Lake Resort. Unfortunately, dogs will no longer be allowed on Hikes (Service Animals only) Hikers should meet in the museum's parking lot by 10:00 a.m.…

4:00 Wine in the Woods – CANCELLED

 More information to follow soon.!     Effective March 1, 2022  Fresno County Guidelines "Strong Recommendation" that all persons, regardless of vaccine status, continue indoor masking

Steam-up/Powerhouse Demo #5

Beginning at 10:00 am the Sierra Steamers offer a free demonstration of a "Steam-Up", a 1905 Dolbeer Steam Donkey located in the Museum's Parking Lot. Bring the kids and let them blow the whistle. Kids of "ALL" ages will enjoy this demonstration!At 12:00 pm come witness a live demonstration in our Redinger Powerhouse, the only fully functioning demonstration powerhouse in the world on museum property that can generate electricity! 

9:00 Docent (Final) & 10:15 v.e.s.t. Meetings

Meetings are always the 2nd Friday of the month (some exceptions apply, it's always best to check the calendar for any changes).9:00 am begins our monthly Docent meeting. 10:15 am begins our monthly v.e.s.t. meeting. All meetings are located in the CSHS Media Room.*If you are not yet a v.e.s.t or Docent Member and are interested in possibly joining our team of volunteers, please consider attending one of our meetings and find out how you can help.  Effective March 1, 2022  Fresno County Guidelines "Strong Recommendation" that all persons, regardless of vaccine status, continue indoor masking

Sierra Voices #5 Deer & Mountain Lion Population

Title - The North Kings Deer Herd Project Speaker - Don Neal was born and raised in Southern California and graduated from High School and Junior College in San Fernando valley. He spent three years in the Army during the Korean conflict. then attended Fresno State, graduating in 1957. While at Fresno State, he took a seasonal job with the Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PSW), a little known part of the Forest Service, USDA, responsible for research on Federal wildlands - National Forest, National Parks, BLM lands, Military reservations, etc. He loved the work but needed more…

Sierra Voices #6 The History of Volunteer Fire Fighting & Creek Fire Recovery

Topic - The History of Volunteer Fire Fighting & Creek Fire RecoverySpeaker - James ParrDescription to follow soon!Event Schedule: 12:30 pm - Checkin/Registration1:00 - 2:00 pm - Presentation Admission is $5.00 per Adult, Current CSHS Members are FREECoffee and Snacks are provided Effective March 1, 2022  Fresno County Guidelines "Strong Recommendation" that all persons, regardless of vaccine status, continue indoor masking

11am-2pm Children’s Holiday Craft Day

  WEATHER PERMITTING!! Please join us for this FREE event, sponsored by v.e.s.t.Crafts will be available for children of all ages! Past crafts... - Pine Cone Bird Feeder  - Paper Chain Garland - A Christmas MouseAll supplies will be furnished!   Effective March 1, 2022 , Fresno County Guidelines, strong recommendation that all persons, regardless of vaccine status, continue indoor masking.