Due to California governor Gavin Newsome’s “shelter in place” order on March 19 to slow the spread of Covid-19, the following events in and around Mariposa County have been canceled or postponed as of the Gazette’s press time on Tuesday.
If an event is not on this list, persons are urged to call and confirm if it is happening. If you want a closure posted, call the Gazette at (209) 966-2500 and it will be added to the list.
28 — Search and Rescue dinner
28 — Mariposa County Farm Bureau Dinner
28 — Kynan Stanners Memorial golf tourney
3-5 — Chocolate Soup’s Spring Open House
4 — Taste of Mariposa
4 — Path to Wellness
4 — Northern Mariposa County History Center’s Heritage Rose Tour
6 — Mariposa Safe Families Grand Families Evening
10 — Mother Lode Jewish Community’s Passover Dinner 10-11 — Mariposa Mining and Mineral Museum’s Gem
and Mineral Show
11 — Mariposa Safe Families Safe at Home Fair
18 — West Coast Jazz Fest
18 — Mariposa Clean Sweep
18-19 — Mariposa Symphony Orchestra’s Earth Day
19-22 — University of California Cooperative Extension’s Prescribed Fire on Private Lands workshop
22 — X-15 Rocket Plane author talk
24 — Mariposa Safe Families Daddy/Daughter Dance
25 — FFA Dinner (postponed to May 30)
2-3 — Mariposa Butterfly Festival
9-10 — Mariposa Pow Wow
23 — Rotary Art and Wine Festival
6 — Kids First Jubilee
The following events, businesses and organizations will
be closed until further notice unless otherwise noted:
Northern Mariposa County History Center, including all
board and committee meetings
Mariposa County Arts Council’s Treetop Gallery and all
Merced Community College non-essential events and
Bootjack Stompers’ square and ballroom dance classes
Mining and Mineral Museum
Mariposa Museum and History Center
Mariposa County Senior Center. Meals available for pick
up by calling (209) 742-7182.
Golden Agers Bingo at the Senior Center
Mariposa County Visitors Center
All desk services, Mariposa County government
Mariposa County Library — all branches
Habitat for Humanity resale shop
Yosemite Dental Care will suspend non-urgent dental
care appointments (March 29)
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s visitors
centers and license counters.
SPCA shelter and yard sale
The MACT clinic will not see patients complaining of a
fever or a cough. They are directing those patients to go to
the emergency room.
Manna House will be open Monday-Friday from 1-3 p.m.
Pioneer Market will be open from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Senior
shopping hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9 a.m.
High Country Health Foods is open from 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Monday-Friday, Saturday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and closed on
Sunday. The cafe will close at 3 p.m. Monday-Saturday.