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Summer 2015

Week of June 29: What better way to celebrate Independence day than with the stuff of dynamite? On Saturday, July 4 at 10am, join us at the Eagle/Mosquito parking lot for a Dynamite Hike to Black Wolf Mine. The rest of the week's programming will be no less exciting, and will feature a special Fourth of July musical jam session, as well as Ranger Josh's acclaimed ghost stories and his Sunday morning yoga session! Before you head up the mountain, check the road conditions and our webcams at mk-webcam.net. Stop by our Facebook page for updates.

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It's happening! Thanks to an outpour of community interest and support, the Mineral King Preservation Society and Three Rivers Historical Society are developing an addition to the Three Rivers Museum to house Mineral King displays and historic files. With offers of generous private and public contributions, construction is scheduled for this year. Within the next month we will also have a storage facility for artifacts at the museum. Your ongoing donations will help ensure success. Let's make our new Mineral King Room something special!

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Mineral King Preservation Society
P.O. Box 286, Exeter, CA 93221
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