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4 The Julian News Calendar ONGOING EVENTS Julian Community Planning Group 2nd Monday Every Month Town Hall -Tpm Architectural Review Board 1st Tuesday of the Month Town Hall -7pm Greater Julian Firesafe Council 2nd Tuesday of Month 2130 Wynola Road 7:00 - 8:00 pm information: 760-765-9763 Julian Merchants Association Board - 2nd Wednesday - 8am Breakfast - 3rd Wednesday of Month - 8am Julian Chamber of Commerce Mixer - 1st Thursday of Month Board - 3rd Thursday of Month Town Hall - 6pm - 760 765 1857 Julian Historical Society Last Wednesday of the Month 7 pm - Old Witch Creek School House - 2133 4th Street Julian Arts Guild Fourth Tuesday of Month Julian Library 6:00pm March 23, 24, 25 Spencer Valley School Presents Shakespeare's "Tempest" 23 & 25 - 6:30 24 - Dinner Theater $30 advance purchase only - 760 765 0336 March 24 Julian Historical Society Annual "Show-N-Tell" 7pro Old Witch Creek School House March 25 Borrego Performing Arts Center - Quattrocelli using their cellos as drums, guitars, and much more. 590 Palm Canyon Drive Borrego Springs Concerts start at 7:30 PM, doors open at 7:00 PM info@borregoconcerts.org 760-767-3424 March 27 Volunteer Expo Julian Town Hall 10 am - 4 pm March 30 1st Day of Passover I Gypsy Friday At Wynola Pizza It that time again for the troupe of Mountain Gypsy to display their latest moves and choreography. Mountain Tribal Gypsy will entertain and impress Friday night in the Wynola Pizza Red Barn. Order up some food for the evening early, the show starts at 6:30. ntroducing Susie Glaze and the Highlonesome In The Red Barn Saturday Night Community Parent Coalition Second Wednesday of the Month JHS-Multipurpose Room - 6pro Julian Back Country Collaborative Third Thursday of The Month 8:30 a.m, Julian Pathways Elementary School March 30 Creative Teen Tuesday Celebrate Earth Day with a recycled craft. Julian Library 3pro APRIL EVENTS Poetry Month April 1 - Fools Day Gentle Morning Yoga - with Karen Faught Fridays - 9 am Julian Library Every other Tuesday - Anime Club - Discuss your favorite books, characters, and play games. Julian Library - 2:30 pm Every Wednesday Preschool Story Time and Crafts with Miss Linda Julian Library - 10:30 am Sit and Fit for Seniors - 11 am Gentle Stretching and flexibility exercises with Matt Kraemer April 4 Easter Sunday Easter Egg Hunt at Bailey's BBQ 9 a.m.- Corner of Main & A St. 760-765-3757 Easter Brunch at the Pine Hills Lodge Easter Egg Hunt at 11:00 am Please call for reservations 760-765-1100 www.pinehillslodge.com April 6 Music On The Mountain Richard Smith - Finger Style Guitarist Julian Library, 6pro Thursday - Baby and Me, Lap-sit Story Time - 10:30 am for mothers, fathers, caregivers and babies (3 to 24 months). for valuable learning time, with music, toys and books. Siblings are welcome to come and participate. Stories and Songs with Miss Sandi. April 13 Julian Library Family Movie Night Bundle up, watch a movie and MARCH EVENTS eat popcorn. Pajamas and Women's History Month blankets are encouraged! Every Sunday, (weather Julian Library 6pro permitting): Julian Doves & Desperados - historic comedy April 14 skits at 1pro, 2pro & 3pro - stage Build Your Own Website area between Cabbages & Kings Arlene Smith shows you how to and the Julian Market & Deft. create your own website. Laptops welcome. March 12-May 4: Julian Library 5-6pro Town Hall Crafters Craft Show 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Town Hall April 16 Bunco Night April 9 Mommy & Me Music Moms and babies play musical instruments. Julian Library 10:30 am G" HOME REPAIRS| ! SIGNS" ARTWORK i ! CARPENTRY I G OR 765 1445 Susie Glaze & The Hilonesome Band Trio - L to R: Steve Rankin (mandolin), Rob Carlson (lead guitar/dobro/songwriting) plus special guest (not pictured) Dan Sankey(Taildraggers ) on fiddle This Saturday evening, March 27 at Wynola Pizza Express locals will have the chance to experience a live show by Susie Glaze and the Hilonesome Band. It will be one of those evenings that won't seem like it's really happening here in our sleepy mountain town .... those who attend this show will have to pinch themselves at some point and ask, "am I really here? Aren't I somewhere else seeing this terrific live act?" At this point Wynola Pizza Express has earned itself a reputation for being the place to play for touring (especially bluegrass) musicians. "Susie Glaze does something with a song that only great singers can do...she grabs hold of a song's deepest emotion and purpose and wraps it tightly around your soul." Folk music legend Jean Ritchie has called Susie Glaze "a fresh young voice - a communicator - to me the most important of qualities in a singer..." and Bluegrass Unlimited writes about the latest CD: "Blue Eyed Darlin' is a wonderful collection of contemporary bluegrass music from an important voice on the California Bluegrass scene. Susie Glaze stops at Wynola Pizza with a special Hilonesome trio, hot Southern California bluegrass players collected to showcase the songwriting genius of lead guitarist Rob Carlson and Steve Rankin on mandolin. For this show they are adding Dan Sankey, who was last seen with the Taildraggers a couple weeks back, on fiddle. It's an experience of gorgeous eclectic blends of classic bluegrass, Appalachian mountain folk, and exciting new bluegrass- inspired originals, all with the remarkable voice of Susie Glaze. ClassicHeartland.com writes: "Blue Eyed Darlin'" is about artistry... it's about the coming of age of a singer who shamefully has not attained national recognition yet..." and Entertainment Weekly writes "...she can blow the roof off any joint lucky enough to book her." Come early to get a seat - it al! begins at 6pm. Up Comino Wynola Pizza CHIMNEY ;WEEP PELLET, GAS,& WOOD DRYERS EXHAUSTS & VENTS SWAMP COOLERS ...... DONNA LORD I (760), 48o4o 3294 ~.~ "l can do it" ...throug C ris gthsme ~ hil, 4:13 "Serving the Community of Julian" GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE Outside Storage - Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's Unit Sizes - 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x30 ;ates Open 7 Days 7a,m. to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 cioseci Sat & Su Newman Way Fax 765-2797 3582 Highway 78 at . Fix-It A Weekend Handyman Service Too Big for You, Too Small for Them, Too Fun for Me Plumbing. Electrical. Drb all. Concrete- Brush. yirewood Brian Denny 7 Years Facilities Management 760/765-1337 3 Years General Construction 760/212-4954(c) 10 Years Buildh~J Mat~ Express Performances: Friday, April 2 - Jake's Mountain - acoustic folk and country Saturday, April 3 - Sara Petite - Americana Friday, April 9 - Frank Lucio - jazz saxophone Saturday April 10- Sunrise Highway- eclectic local trio of Gema Romano, Lani Stewart- Gonzalez and Tom Schwend. For more information call Wynola Pizza Express at 760 765 1004 Moments intime i .............. • On March 28, 1814, the funeral of Guillotin, the inventor and namesake of the infamous execution device, takes place outside of Paris. Guillotin had built the guillotine to show the intellectual and social progress of the Revolution; by killing aristocrats and journeymen the same way, equality in death was ensured. • On March 23, 1839, the initials "O.K." are first published, in The Boston Morning Post. Meant as an abbreviation for "oll correct," a popular slang misspelling of "all correct" at the time, OK steadily made its way into the everyday speech of Americans. March 24, 2010 li 760 765 March Music • Showtime 8pro Friday 5th Saturday 6th Saturday 13th Saturday 20th Saturday 27th Acoustic Open Mic with Bill Everett Roy Wathen Derailed ..... Dune Squad ! Grand Canyon Sundown Restaurant Open Thursday m Sunday (and Holiday Mondays) Catering • Full Service Bar, Private Party Facility Available Corner of Main & 'A' Streets Proudly sewing visitors for 20 years, includino friends and family of our backcountry neighbors and residents! Julian's own award-winning ~utteffield ~ed and ~realefast Five unique guest rooms, near town, on 3 wooded acres with extensive gardens, benches, and pathways. Our guests enjoy a full breakfast each day, goodies in the afternoon, and unsurpassed hospitality. Our adjacent Black Oak Cabin provides another option for your getaway! www.butter fieldbandb.com www.btackoakcabin.com For more info call 760-765-2179 or 800-379-4262 * . mrL 0,, season) Julian Stables • Guided Trail Rides • Breathtaking views of the Julian Countryside. • Your guide fills you in on local history and help advance your riding skills. • Ask us about our on-site riding and lodging packages. www.julianactive.com r reservation (760) 765 ~ 1420 A Bed & Breakfast Mountain Inn with Country Hospitality • 23 Air Conditioned Rooms • Private Baths • Cable TV 4th & C Streets Julian • On March 27, 1912, in Washington, D.C., Helen Taft, wife of President William Taft, and the Viscountess Chinda, wife of the Japanese ambassador, plant two Yoshina cherry trees on the northern bank of the Potomac River, near the Jefferson Memorial. The event was held in celebration of a gift by the Japanese government of 3,020 cherry trees to the United States. • On March 22, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signs the Beer and Wine Revenue Act. This law levies a federal tax on all alcoholic beverages, to raise revenue for the federal government and gives individual states the option to further regulate the sale and distribution of beer and wine. • On March 24, 1945, Billboard publishes its first pop-music chart for albums. The first No. 1 album was Nat King Cole's "King Cole Trio." Billboard had been publishing charts for single records since 1940. • On March 25, 1958, Sugar Ray Robinson defeats Carmen Basilio to regain the middleweight boxing championship. Born Walker Smith, Jr., "Sugar Ray" got his boxing name when he borrowed his friend Ray Robinson's Amateur Athletics Union card to enter a boxing tournament at age 16. • On March 26, 1987, responding to a 911 call, police raid the Philadelphia home of Gary Heidnik and find an appalling crime scene. In the basement of his dilapidated house was a veritable torture chamber where three women were found chained to a sewer pipe. Heidnik was one the inspirations for the, Buffalo Bill character in "Silence of the Lambs." (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.