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March 10, 2010 :,o,. FAPH :o FOR FIESTA :;, JOIN US FOR A CULINARY CELEBRATION! Farm fo Fork Farmers (F ) teamed 1o dose the gap between the farm and yur (ork] A delectable vapory d kcaIIyrow sesona i'ut, vegetable herbk pk, afeods and ne w! be prerted h ; }iqe oe of  kited buffet dIer. This OUTDOOR event will idude "Far o Fork" presentaos, fngeF t'oods, {oca crafted i)es aad N% uffet dlnr}e, Ive bae& dachg and and or amazirg Far, Feh Soles Br." LOCATION; PALM CANYON RESORT, Borrego Springs, California Die,counted weekend rom or camp rates ae awiIable to Farm to F guests SCHEDUE OF EVENTS PM to s:o PM Meet the Farmers,. Farm to Fok Presentations, Wine and Beer, (cocktails available) S:30 PM to 1 PM FARM to FORK I:I}!STA, all you can enjoy Farm to Fork dinner buffet and desse. 7 PM tO 0 PM Dancint, Entertahment and the Fresh Srnores Bar COST: $100 per person or $t7 per couple i] Advanced ticket sales only Event Iimlml to the first ( uesB!. J Get your before k is too late. Tickets Avaiable onIne or direcdy fro a F 'farmer. A Portion of the proceeds to benefit Anza Borrego School District, Borreo Springs Chamber of Commerce, Anza Borrego Foundation and Ffarm programs. For information, updates, a list partidpatln farmer vintners and brewers or to Purche "Tickes Pleae view our web site hltp:,//;/ or meet the farmers at the Anza Borrego Farmers Market (Fridays BAH until Noon) for additional information or to sample F s fare. H POPE TREE SERVICE II All Your Tree Sernce Needs Commercial 1. What a cold stormy wintry month February 2010 was. It was very cold, and we had much frost in the mornings; lots of rain and snow throughout the month. The rains began on Friday the fifth day ancf Saturday the sixth and Sunday the seventh and the storm ended with a total of 3-1/2 inches of rain in my gauges. It snowed on the tenth day, almost four inches with 3/4" in my gauge. We then had some lovely clear, warmer days on the twelfth through the nineteenth, with more rain starting that night late with a total of 3/4". More rain the twenty first and twenty second for a total of 1-1/2". It rained on Saturday the twenty seventh and Sunday the twenty eighth with one inch of snow. Total of 2" rain at end of that storm. The snows we had were just beautiful and melted by noon. A lot remained around my yard and hills around me and I did enjoy seeing that snow for meny days. It was wonderful that the snow in town melted fast as it did not jeopardize our travel to and from town to home. 2. When the media announce snow over the air, many tourists arrive but most of the snow had melted by the afternoon. At least they did get to see at the higher elevations. We had many tourists weekends. 3. The craft shows have taken a holiday for awhile until later in March and things have been rather quiet at the town hall. 4. Things continue being very lively in my bird a garden. There are a lot of small birds, wild doves feeding all day. The bluejays continue their game with the crows taking peanuts from the feeder. I keep the supply going for them throughout the day and I do enjoy them all. No sign of hummingbirds yet. I miss them but know they will be back someday. 5. I am grateful to our Lord for the abundant rains and snows we received this month. Now we are especially looking forward to our new month of March when Spring begins on the 20th. Hopefully we will say goodbye to the exceptional cold weather until next time around at end of the year. *** I'M GLAD I LIVE IN JULIAN *** Start fresh with rate protection from Rabobank The American Social Health Association (ASHA) works to prevent sexually transmitted diseases and their harmful consequences among individuals, families and communities. For more information, visit www. or call the STI Resource Center Hotline at 1-800-22 7-8922. Shelter Valley News Small Town Saturday Night by Jennifer Bennett I had a wonderful night recently at our Shelter Valley Kids Club. Game Night, a monthly event down here, brings all ages together. We had ages 7-70 eating, laughing and playing. Teens were texting, kids running amuck, several singing along to the karaoke machine, and Chief Papa and Grandma (Sanders) stopped say hello and grab a hot dog. The sense of community was alive and well. At a time when we have economic insecurity, rise in gas prices, disasters and discouragement every day in the news, it is a real blessing to have a place for everyone to meet and forget about life's craziness for a couple of hours. Stop by and enjoy - the 3rd Saturday of the month from 5-8 p.m. Main Street Clock Replaced The Julian News 3 DELI OPENS MARCH 13 BEER & WINE COMING SOON DRY CLEANING COMING TOO! Mike Menghini and Ed Glass took advantage of the boom being in town to remove the holiday decorations and the took some extra time to replace the town clock on the front of the Ols Julian Garage. After numerous modem clocks had been installed they located an "antique" which nearly matched photos of the original. The clock was found at Wynola Antiques and Collectibles, the Chamber of Commerce paid for it and made arrangements for the installation. Julian Arts Guild Sponsors -: ' 0000L/benson Workshop "Creation In Clay" This is a workshop by a master in clay oriented but not restricted to beginners. In it you will create a piece out of clay--what is yet to be seen. There will be a maximum of 6-8 participants. WHEN: March 20 and 27 (two Saturdays) WHERE: Marge Rubenson Studio on Farmer Road TIME: 11 -3 each day. Bring your lunch. Please arrive 15 minutes early. COST: $50 ($40 for Julian Arts Guild members) A $25 non-refundable (except for emergencies) deposit is due March 1 and the remainder the first day of the workshop. Marge will supply materials. Checks may be made out to Julian Arts Guild and sent to P.O. Box 494, Julian, CA 92036. When prosperity comes, do not use all of it. -- Confuciu All The Stage ... continued from page 1 money.) We're careful how we spend our funds- for instance, we try to do two productions with the same basic set, ant we scavenge for costumes ane props - but the fact is that you're generally not going to make money doing academic theater. But is it worth the cost? Ask the kids. Then ask their teachers. Then ask their future professors, employees and colleagues. I'm betting that their answer is 'yes'. Julian has a rich theatrical tradition for a small town (largely due to Scott and Deb Kinney and the folks around .the lamented Pine Hills Playhouse), and I'rn delighted to see that tradition carried on in the schools. It's important. 2117 Main Street 760"765.3200 Annual Art Contest In Full Swing The annual Art Contest that precedes "The Dance" in June is in full swing with only about three weeks to go before all entries are due on March 31 by 6:00 pm. The contest, which is sponsored by The Sons of the American Legion#is used to develop the logo for all the advertising media for "The Dance". Anyone in Julian, and surrounding areas that is serviced by Post 468, is eligible for the contest. To date, about 60 applications have gone out and hope is that over a hundred entries will be received. The theme of the contest is a "Small American Town Country Dance". Applications with a complete set of rules, are available at the American Legion Post at the corner of Washington and 2nd, or by calling 760 215-1711. The winner will receive a $250.00 prize and in past years all the work has been displayed at public places in town before moving to the site of "The Dance" for auction. Eachyear there have been entries from children as young as six and by pros who derive income from their work. Virtually all mediums are accepted. The Sons go to great lengths to thank the artists by displaying the entries of the artists. Winning or losing the contest pales in comparison to the benefit your work provides to the community. Last year, every piece of work, received a bid at the auction with the proceeds going to charitable causes in Julian. Get your application, get out your oils, watercolors, crayons or finger paint and get involved in this event for artists that benefits our community. 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