Thursday, December 14, 2017

MSTW: Season tickets make the perfect gift!

With matching funds from the Amador Community Foundation,  #GivingTuesday donations resulted in over $2,000 to help keep our amphitheatre beautiful!

Our heartfelt thanks go out to each and every one who contributed on #GivingTuesday and throughout the year.

--MSTW Board of Directors

Looking for the perfect gift?


They'll remember you throughout the year with a thoughtful gift of season tickets!  


Spring Fundraiser: April 7th & 8th

Native Son's Hall, Sutter Creek

Our 6th Annual
One-Act Festival

Perfect for those with short attention spans.


Summer Shows at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre:

June 22nd - July 21st

Mama Won't Fly
by Jones, Hope & Wooten  

(the same people who brought you
Doublewide, Texas)

August 10th - September 8th

Escanaba in 'da Moonlight
by Jeff Daniels 

Fall Fundraiser: October (specific dates to follow)

Native Son's Hall, Sutter Creek

A live radio show performance of

The 39 Steps


So make the holidays special for that someone special in your life!  Get your season tickets now!


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Registration Opens for "A Taste of the Arts"

Put this on your calendar for the new year: Sign-Ups for “A Taste of the Arts” begin January 2 and close February 19 --for the actual event on Saturday, March 10, a NEW date from one previously announced.

A Taste of the Arts is an annual one-day intensive “mini arts institute” that has been presented by AmadorArts locally since 2011.
Attendees return again and again for the thrill of choosing three 90-minute workshops from over 20 options, given by some of the
area’s top artists.  The event specifically targets adults and junior and high school students.

Feel like you want to express yourself by doing a little art?  But don’t know how or what’s right for you? From a menu of 22 classes
this time, you can “take a taste” of the arts. The cost for three classes, supplies included (one exception), is $35 for adults; $15 for
junior and high school students.

Don’t miss this fun-filled day on Saturday, March 10th on the campus of Amador High School, 330 Spanish St., in Sutter Creek. Pre- Registration is required. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum of 15-20 students for
most classes. Therefore it’s important to register early. Registration will begin January 2 when our website,,will
have the entire Form to complete and pay with a payment through PayPal.
The website also has a complete list of artists, their bios, and class descriptions. A brochure will also be available with the
Registration Form and can be mailed in with payment. Deadline will be February 19.

The volunteer Coordinator of A Taste of the Arts since the beginning has been Sue Lagomarsino. She’s been hard at work
and has gathered an amazing set of 16 artists this year. Some of the NEW classes offered will be Alcohol Ink Tiles,
Wearable Art, Scarf Painting, and a Ukulele class. Want to do further exploration with artists of past years? Lorra Lee Rose will
be back with feather art, Katherine Venturelli with print making, Marchand Heimann with acrylic painting, and Millie Butler
with Ikebana.

Embellished Collage by Anne Cook.
Feather Art by Lorra Lee Rose

Friday, December 8, 2017

Sean Watkins in Concert at Feist Wines - Dec 15 & 16

Wine and Music in Amador County
On Friday, December 15 and Saturday, December 16, Grammy Award winner Sean Watkin of Nickel Creek will play Feist Wines in Sutter Creek.
He will be joined by his band The Bee Eaters.  The show begins at 7:30 p.m. both nights.

Watkins co-founded Nickel Creek when he was 12 years old, kick starting a career that’s taken him from the stage of the Grammy Awards to the top of the bluegrass charts. He is an award-winning guitarist, a singer/songwriter and one of the early pioneers of a genre now known across the world as Americana.

Folk fans are familiar with Nickel Creek’s story. Formed decades ago as a bluegrass trio, the group expanded its sound and its popularity with albums like the Grammy winning This Side, which became a crossover hit on the bluegrass, country and pop charts in 2002.  Meanwhile, Watkins has played with musicians from many genres, even joining the tours of legendary songwriters like Jackson Browne and Lyle Lovett.

Working with those icons felt like going to music school, and Watkins learned all the lessons he could.

The venue is intimate and Watkins world class.  Feist offers wood fired pizza starting at 6 p.m.

Tickets are $22 and are available at the tasting room located at 15 Eureka Street in Sutter Creek or at