Once again, Bob Knox, Richard Haering & family along with myself will be attending the 2008 Snyder Ranch Pow-Wow in Valley Springs, CA this coming May. Several members have indicated to me they would also like to attend. To that end, I would like to provide a little information on the Pow-Wow including directions, addresses, schedule of events, websites and where will will be camping during this wonderful weekend extravaganza. We will be there from Thursday May 1st to Sunday May 4th 2008. We will be camping at Lake Camanche Recreation Area which is located approximately 17 miles from Snyder Ranch. The address at Lake Camanche is: 2000 Camanche Road, Ione, CA 95640 (866) 763-5121. Their website is: email@example.com. Lake Camanche has campsites, rv spaces with hookups and even cabins and motel rooms available to accommodate all. We reserved ourselves a lake front campsite next to the bathrooms (which also include shower facilities) for $30.oo per night. Dogs are welcome at both the Pow-Wow (free) and at Lake Camanche ($10.00 extra per night). I hope many will be able to attend and look forward to seeing you all there.
Information for the Pow-Wow is as follows:
2008 Snyder Ranch Pow-Wow
Wed April 30th thru
Pow-Wow Schedule of Events:
Thursday May 1st
Dealer's day, buy & sell
Early times gas engines
11-2 Lunch by "Stitchers for Hope"
6:00 Dealers/workers Dinner by Tri Lakes Moose Lodge
Friday May 2nd
7:00 a.m. Breakfast by Community United Methodist Church
Field Trip Sign-ups (Ages 12 & over)
8:30 a.m. Pow Wow Opens
Early day gas engines
Chicken-in-a-barrel Dinner by Tri Lakes Moose Lodge
Saturday May 3rd
Field Trip Signups (Age 12+)
Early Day Gas engines
Radio Controlled airplanes
Beef Tri-tip dinner by San Andreas Lions Club
Entertainment by Sons & Daughters of Jenny Lind
p.m Entertainment by "Men of Praise" Members from Grace
Sunday May 4th
Church, nondenominational, in the Old Red Barn
Vendor Sign-ups for next year
Pow Wow closing
Regarding Field Trips:
Field trip prices are $10.00 on the ranch - signup by and leave
promptly at . Bring water, snacks, clothing suitable for hard-rock mining, including goggles, gloves, etc.
Campsites on Snyder Ranch are "dry"- fees are $10.00 per night.