San Joaquin Valley Antique Flywheelers

We are excited to have back again with us this year, San Joaquin Valley Antique Flywheelers, EDGETA Branch 63 from Clovis, CA (Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association) They have become a regular part of our Annual Ice Cream Social Day, and we are excited to have them once again be part of this fun-filled day.They will be bringing with them several of their displays, fun for all ages.

Steam-up/Powerhouse Demo #4

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!  

5:00 BOD Meeting @ CSHS Media Room

Effective March 1, 2022 , Fresno County Guidelines, strong recommendation that all persons, regardless of vaccine status, continue indoor masking.

Friday in the Pines #3 Raizin Kane

Raizin Kane Band Raizin Kane is a local, classic rock and roll band. Learn more about Raizin Kane here: https://www.facebook.com/RaiZin-Kane-Fresno-101728077998962/ The amphitheater is a perfect venue for picnicking and relaxing while listening to great music. Chairs, blankets, food and drinks will continue to be welcomed.Our concerts have brought to our Shaver community some great talent, are always fun, and continue to have FREE admission.General seating will begin at 4:00 pm.  If you are interested in early seating for a small fee, call the museum at 559-841-4478 for more information.This program is supported solely by your generous donations.  ARTIST DONATIONS ARE VERY MUCH…

10:00 am Hikes for History #2-Dinkey Creek to Pine Logging Camp

Hike Leader -Meg Tallberg Hike Description: This is an easy to moderate hike from the Dinkey Creek Store to the Pine Logging Camp.  We will wend our way thru. the forest & next to a lovely creek before arriving at the logging camp.  We will tour the camp & learn a little bit about its’ history. After returning to the store we can picnic by the creek and learn a little bit about the truss bridge that crosses the creek near the store.Unfortunately, dogs will no longer be allowed on Hikes (Service Animals only)Hikers should meet in the museum's parking lot…

Friday in the Pines #4 – Cab Street Band

Cab Street Band Playing an exciting variety of music that includes originals and re-made covers of old and new. From Etta and Cash to Amy and Lizzo, in our very own funky, bluezz, jazzy style. Learn more about Cab Street Band here: https://www.cabstreetband.com/The amphitheater is a perfect venue for picnicking and relaxing while listening to great music. Chairs, blankets, food and drinks will continue to be welcomed.Our concerts have brought to our Shaver community some great talent, are always fun, and continue to have FREE admission.General seating will begin at 4:00 pm.  If you are interested in early seating for a…

23rd Annual Black Pot Cook-off

Annual CSHS Member's Event in coordination with Shaver Lake Fishing Club Advanced Ticket Purchase Required (Information to purchase will be available soon)23rd Annual Black Pot Cookoff at the Shaver Lake Fishing Club Chimney2:00 pm High Sierra Black Pot Cookers start their Dutch OvensEnjoy Live Blue Grass music, Hors 'd oeuvres and refreshments throughout the afternoon6:00 pm, Dinner is servedDonations help to grow the museums Building and Exhibit Fund to share our rich history and exhibit the any renewable resources for future generations.If you are not a Member of the CSHS and would like to get more information about this amazing…

Sierra Voices #4

Topic - Creek Fire RecoverSpeaker - John R. Mount worked for Southern California Edison for 31 years, managing the company’s 20,000 acres of private land surrounding Shaver Lake. He has a total of 57 years in forest management starting with the Forest Service and then 15 years in private practice.John has received the Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award, Stewardship Award, and the Conservationist of the Year award from the western section of the Wildlife Society. He was the recipient of the Francis Raymond Award, as outstanding forester in California for 2010.In 2010, he published a comprehensive book on forest…

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

Hike Leaders: Doug & Debbie KroeperHike Description: TBDUnfortunately, 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. the morning of the hike. Please bring a picnic lunch, good shoes, sun block, face mask and plenty of water.Hike organizers/hosts of Central Sierra Historical Society are not certified hike leaders, may not have CPR/first aid training or experience, and are not emergency trained persons.They are not responsible for your personal safety, but will do what they can to help in an emergency.       

4:00 Wine in the Woods

 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!