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HALLOWILD SET FOR OCT. 27 & 28 

Micke Grove Zoo will host this year's HALLOWILD! on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 27th and 28th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. each night. Come enjoy family-friendly activities and trick-or-treating! Admission fees are only $1 for children, $5 adults with MGZS members receiving free parking and child admissions. Call (209) 331-2010 for more information.  

TROUT BOUT TO BE HELD SATURDAY, NOV. 18 

Over 1,500 lbs. of Rainbow Trout will be planted for the 33rd Annual Trout Bout, set for Saturday, Nov. 18 at Oak Grove Regional Park. Gates open at 6:15 a.m. and kids fish FREE! Anglers 16 years and older $5 and must have a valid CA fishing license. Youth and adult competitions, food available for purchase and prizes for top anglers. Call (209) 331-2050 for more information. 

Featured News

DOS REIS BOAT RAMP NOW OPEN

The boat ramp at Dos Reis Regional Park in Lathrop is now open for usage. Mossdale Crossing Regional Park remains the only county park closure, there is no estimated timetable for reopening. 

MOKELUMNE RIVER "PULSE FLOWS" TO BEGIN SEPT 25

In order to create flood control space for the coming winter and to attract Chinook Salmon, releases to the Mokelumne River will be modified to create "pulse flows" beginning Sept. 25 and through the month of October. Higher flows of cold, swift-moving water are planned for each mid-week period, with more normal flows returning for the weekends. Please use caution and be aware of quick-rising river levels. Swimming, wading and launching watercraft is not advised during high flow periods. For more information, call (209) 772-8204.

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