Monday, September 25, 2017

11th Annual Great Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off & Car Show - Sun Oct 8

11th ANNUAL GREAT SUTTER CREEK CHILI COOK-OFF & CAR SHOW
Sunday October 8th   Chili 11am – 3pm, Car Show 9am – 3pm
Sponsored by: Save Mart Supermarkets
Hosted by: Sutter Creek Business & Professional Association
On Sunday, October 8th, Sutter Creek will be bursting at the seams with a day unbelievable fun! The 11th annual Great Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off & Car Show returns again to bring Amador County together to sample chili & salsa, view over 100 classic cars, dance to live music and enjoy some libations too!

The Chili Cook-Off & Car Show started with humble beginnings in 2006 and has grown to be one of Amador’s favorite annual events.  The cook-off brings locals together and also draws people from as far away as the Bay Area, Nevada, and central California, who make an annual trek up to Sutter Creek just to partake in the fun.

Special Thanks goes out to Save Mart Supermarkets, who have been the sole sponsor since the beginning of the event. Their gigantic, 2 story shopping cart called “Big Red” has become an event tradition, with children and adults posing next to it to get their picture taken.

Early on Sunday morning, the crisp Fall air is taken over with the rumbling of engines, as the Hot Rods and Classic Cars start rolling into town and taking their places along Main Street. Over 100 beautiful and unusual vehicles will be there for your viewing pleasure, with the beautiful Gold Rush buildings as their backdrop. The Car Show starts at 9am and runs till 3pm and is completely free.
Then at 11am, get ready to sample some of the best Homemade Chili and Salsa! Lined up on the North end of town are shade tents of all sizes and shapes, filled with people dressed in crazy costumes, who have brewed up their own recipes to compete for your vote. Prizes are awarded for “Peoples Choice Best Chili – best Salsa –and best Booth”.  There is also the “Best Restaurant Chili” division where restaurants from all over the county compete against each other for your vote. Tickets to sample all this are available at the event and are only $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.
Live music by “The Spotted Dog Band” will be at the North end of town. There you can dance the day away, enjoy a cold brew in the Beer Garden or visit the Wine Tent featuring local wines. There are lots of ways to make the most of this fabulous event!

Want to enter your car or compete for the Best Chili or Salsa? There are still a few spaces left!  Download the applications at www.suttercreek.org

Don’t miss this fun filled day with the 11th Annual Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off & Car Show, Sunday October 8th! For more information visit www.suttercreek.org or call 209-267-1344.






Friday, September 15, 2017

Sutter Creek's Annual Chili Cook-Off & Car Show - Sun Oct 8

11th ANNUAL GREAT SUTTER CREEK CHILI COOK-OFF & CAR SHOW
Sunday October 8th   Chili 11am – 3pm, Car Show 9am – 3pm
Sponsored by: Save Mart Supermarkets
Hosted by: Sutter Creek Business & Professional Association
On Sunday, October 8th, Sutter Creek will be bursting at the seams with a day unbelievable fun! The 11th annual Great Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off & Car Show returns again to bring Amador County together to sample chili & salsa, view over 100 classic cars, dance to live music and enjoy some libations too!

The Chili Cook-Off & Car Show started with humble beginnings in 2006 and has grown to be one of Amador’s favorite annual events.  The cook-off brings locals together and also draws people from as far away as the Bay Area, Nevada, and central California, who make an annual trek up to Sutter Creek just to partake in the fun.

Special Thanks goes out to Save Mart Supermarkets, who have been the sole sponsor since the beginning of the event. Their gigantic, 2 story shopping cart called “Big Red” has become an event tradition, with children and adults posing next to it to get their picture taken.

Early on Sunday morning, the crisp Fall air is taken over with the rumbling of engines, as the Hot Rods and Classic Cars start rolling into town and taking their places along Main Street. Over 100 beautiful and unusual vehicles will be there for your viewing pleasure, with the beautiful Gold Rush buildings as their backdrop. The Car Show starts at 9am and runs till 3pm and is completely free.
Then at 11am, get ready to sample some of the best Homemade Chili and Salsa! Lined up on the North end of town are shade tents of all sizes and shapes, filled with people dressed in crazy costumes, who have brewed up their own recipes to compete for your vote. Prizes are awarded for “Peoples Choice Best Chili – best Salsa –and best Booth”.  There is also the “Best Restaurant Chili” division where restaurants from all over the county compete against each other for your vote. Tickets to sample all this are available at the event and are only $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.
Live music by “The Spotted Dog Band” will be at the North end of town. There you can dance the day away, enjoy a cold brew in the Beer Garden or visit the Wine Tent featuring local wines. There are lots of ways to make the most of this fabulous event!

Want to enter your car or compete for the Best Chili or Salsa? There are still a few spaces left!  Download the applications at www.suttercreek.org

Don’t miss this fun filled day with the 11th Annual Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off & Car Show, Sunday October 8th! For more information visit www.suttercreek.org or call 209-267-1344.


Wednesday, May 3, 2017

1953 5-window GMC pick-up for sale

1953 5-window GMC pick-up for sale, have title, no-op in hand. $2500, excellent project truck! Call 209-418-9336 for more info.





Thursday, March 16, 2017

7th Annual Motherlode Cruise Car Show - Sat May 20

For complete information, visit:
http://amadorchamber.com/event/6th-annual-mother-lode-cruise-car-show/


California Highway Patrol: Don't test your luck on St. Patrick's Day


🍀SACRAMENTO, Calif. – St. Patrick’s Day is a national celebration that our country observes and many Californians will take part in the festivities with friends and family. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) wants to remind everyone to enjoy the party, but be safe.


Last year on St. Patrick’s Day, the CHP made 145 arrests statewide for driving under the influence (DUI). Tragically, that same day, three people were killed and nearly 60 people were injured statewide as a result of DUI collisions.


"We want everyone to enjoy the festivities and have a good time, but to do so responsibly. Ensuring safety on California’s roadways is everyone’s responsibility," said CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow. "Remember to designate a sober driver before the party starts or make arrangements for a taxi or ride-sharing service."
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that one person in the United States dies in an alcohol-related vehicle collision every 53 minutes. These deaths and damages contribute to a cost of $52 billion per year, NHTSA reports.
The CHP recommends these steps to avoid impaired driving:
  • Designate a sober driver or have alternate transportation before you go out to drink.
  • If you are hosting a party, serve plenty of food and non-alcoholic beverages. Stop serving alcohol a few hours before the end of the party.
  • If you see a friend who is too drunk to drive, take their keys and call them a cab or ride-share, or give them a ride home.
  • If you see a suspected impaired driver, call 9-1-1. Your phone call may save someone’s life.

The mission of the CHP is to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.