Hundreds visit Country Club open house

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Hundreds enjoyed the hospitality of the Rancho Murieta Country Club Sunday afternoon. The open house event at the clubhouse offered food, wine and music for members and prospective members. Read more » about Hundreds visit Country Club open house

Country Club open house April 6

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The Rancho Murieta Country Club is holding an open house Sunday, April 6, from 2 to 5 p.m. Special membership promotions will be offered at the event for non-members, and complimentary refreshments will be served. Call 354-3400 for reservations. Read more » about Country Club open house April 6

Not your usual sprinkler break

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A plume of water estimated at 80 to 100 feet appeared over the Fairways Wednesday after a water main on the North Course next to De La Cruz Drive broke around 5:30 p.m. The water display ended when Country Club personnel closed the valve that supplies irrigation water from Bass Lake to the 10-inch pipe.
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Country Club rebooks entertainment, says shows will go on

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[Edited March 19] The Country Club has scrambled to restore entertainment dates and is reassuring members after the bitter departure of its volunteer entertainment committee. Read more » about Country Club rebooks entertainment, says shows will go on

Ousted Country Club GM discusses the club and his future

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Bob Johnson, the Country Club's general manager since 2000, has been removed from the job, the club announced Tuesday.  In an interview, Johnson described the parting as friendly and said he may be finished with the country club field after 40 years. Read more » about Ousted Country Club GM discusses the club and his future

Moonlight Swing big band brings back the '40s

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The Moonlight Swing big band performed a sold-out concert Saturday night at the Country Club. The 20-performer band kept the room jumping and swaying with the music of Glenn Miller. (Photos: Mark Dong Photography)

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Murietans have attended many concerts that took them on nostalgic musical journeys, but the Country Club’s sold-out performance Saturday of Moonlight Swing, a big band playing the wartime music of band leader Glenn Miller, celebrated a generation and its finest hour as well as its music. Read more » about Moonlight Swing big band brings back the '40s

Moonlight Swing will bring the '40s to Murieta

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Moonlight Swing, a 21-piece big band, will perform the music of Glenn Miller and other big band greats 8 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Country Club.

Tickets are $50 a couple. The evening, which is open to members and their guests, includes dancing and light hors d'oeuvres. Read more » about Moonlight Swing will bring the '40s to Murieta

Jazz Supper Club begins a new year

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The Jazz Supper Club began its 2008 season at the Country Club Saturday night with a performance by the Steve Homan Jazz Trio, featuring vocalist Francesca Homan. Steve Homan has established a local, national and international reputation as a master guitarist during his 30-year career. Delbert Bump performed on keyboard. The next supper club takes place Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, when Brady McKay and her trio will set the mood with sophisticated love songs. Club members and their guests are welcome to attend the performanaces. Dinner reservations are required.
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2007 Jazz Club finale Nov. 10

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The grand finale of the 2007 Jazz Supper Club takes place at the Country Club Saturday, Nov. 11. It features noted jazz singers Cheri Murphy, Ann Roach and Vivian Lee and pianist Jim Martinez. Club members are welcome to attend with their guests. Dinner reservations are required and can be made by calling 354-3400. Read more » about 2007 Jazz Club finale Nov. 10

Country Club allows jeans in 19th Hole

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[Updated Oct. 8] They started out as practical garb for Gold Rush miners. A century later, every self-respecting rebel without a cause wore them. In the ‘60s, the bellbottom version defined the hippie era. Then came designer jeans and respectability.

Now jeans are simply a fact of American life. Even at the Country Club.

Despite the metal plaque at the entrance to the clubhouse that reads, "No blue denim. Thank you," members and their guests are now permitted to wear jeans at the 19th Hole. Read more » about Country Club allows jeans in 19th Hole

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