Holy cow, itandamp;#8217;s Tour de Manure time | SierraSun.com

Holy cow, itandamp;#8217;s Tour de Manure time

Photo by Laura ReadSwing into the saddle for the glorious scenery of the Sierra Valley Tour de Manure, benefiting Sierraville Fire andamp; Rescue.

SIERRAVILLE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Sierraville Fire andamp; Rescue is mixing it up this year, holding the fourth annual Tour de Manure bicycle ride around Sierra Valley on the third Saturday of June andamp;#8212; June 16 andamp;#8212; to avoid conflicts with graduation parties and take advantage of Juneandamp;#8217;s warmer days. andamp;#8220;The Tour was always a way to show off all the great things about Sierra Valley,andamp;#8221; said Tour Boss Doug Read, andamp;#8220;so this year weandamp;#8217;re boosting up the finish-line party with more live music, more food, and a fair of local entrepreneurs and craftspeople.andamp;#8221; Honkey Tonk Dwight Brooks will stroll around with his guitar in the morning, and Michael Hogan and the Simpletones will play into the afternoon starting mid-day. Lunch is included and includes fajitas from Los Dos Hermanos, tortellini salad from Pasquettiandamp;#8217;s Silver Eagle Catering, and tri-tip by Paul Roen. Registration on Active.com is $50 until June 8, $60 after that. Find more info on the Tour de Manure Facebook Page or http://www.sierravillefireandrescue.com/biketour.html.

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