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4 The Julian News Calendar May 11, 2011 Julian and Back Country Happenings ONGOING EVENTS Julian Community Planning Group 2nd MondayEvery Month Town Hall -Tpm Architectural Review Board 1st Tuesday of the Month Town Hall -7pm 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 4th Wednesday of the Month 7 pm- Julian Historical Society Building - 2133 4th Street Bilingual Storytime for Children With Miss Vero Fourth Tuesday of the Month Julian Library- 1:00 pm Julian Arts Guild (meeting) Second Wednesday of the Month \\;JulianLibrary - 3 pm (program) Fourth Tuesday of Month at Julian Library - 6:00 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 Kids Kraft with Miss Patty First Thursday of the Month Julian Library - 2:30 pm Teen Craft with Miss Tonya Second Thursday of the Month Julian Library - 2:30pm Gentle Morning Yoga - with Lorien Lehmer Fridays - 9 am Julian Library Cuyamaca Firebelles meet the 3rd Saturday of each month at the Cuyamaca Fire House, Highway 79 and Engineer&apos;s Road at 10:30 am. For information call Betty Gibson at 760 765-2700. MAY May 12 Basic Computer Skills Learn basic computer skills with Colleen Baker. Every 2nd 4th Thursday of the month Julian Library - 9:30 am May 13 - 15 Spring Introduction to Organic Gardening Workshop Camp Stevens a weekend full of instruction, relaxation, and fun. Register online <http://www. programs/workshops/98-spring- workshop-introduction-to- organic-gardening> or please send name, address, email, phone number and $75 non- refundable deposit to Camp Stevens, P.O. Box 2320, Julian, CA 92036. May 14 Geology of Our Area Learn about local geology with Fred Jee Julian Library- lpm ..... , May 15 Julian Historical Society "Wine and Cheese & Much more Party" - Blum Lodge at Camp Stevens - 5pro May 17 Hummingbirds Hummingbird presentation based on the book "First Flight: A Mother Hummingbird's Story" by Don Carroll and Noriko Carroll. Presented by Brian Kramer. Julian Library - 6pm May 21 Watercolor Techniques With Sally Snipes Learn techniques in watercolor paninting and the art of choosing the best paper, paint and paint brushes. Julian Library- lpm May 25 Basic Computer Skills Learn basic computer skills with Colleen Baker. Every 2nd 4th Thursday of the month Julian Library - 9:30 am May 25 United Methodist Women's • Annual Fashion Show 11:30 a.m. Luncheon ($20 donation) 7:00 p.m. Dessert ($12 donation) Community United Methodist Church Hwy. 78 at Pine Hills Road; Julian Advance tickets only available at Julian Tea & Cottage Arts or at the Church on Sunday mornings Information: Jan Bunganich @ 760-936-1119 ! i i May 27 - Julian High School i Graduation May 29 - Pancake Breakfast Cuyamaca Fire House on Engineers Road - 8am May 30 - Memorial Day JUNE Every Sunday - Julian Certified Farmers' Market 11-4 at Wynola Farms Marketplace. Local Produce, Specialty Foods, Shopping & Wine Tasting, Live Music. Every Sunday, (weather permitting): Julian Doves & Desperados - historic comedy skits at 1pro, 2pro & 3pro - stage area located behind Julian Market & Dell. June 4 Sons of the American Legion present: "The Dance" HOME SERVICES Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base 76 152 I CABINETRY. FRAMING ROOFING • HOME REPAIRS SIGNS • ARTWORK CARPENTRY 765 1445 Fix-It Too Big for YoAu ,WTooeeskmeanlldf H?#gm,YFT##F SeoirClve Phtm6infl. TJectrica[. a)a[f. Concrete. rust. yirewood Brian Denny 760/765-1337 760/212-4954(c] , = 7 Years Facilities Management 3 Years General Construction 10 Years Building Materials Volcan Mountain Boys Return On Friday - The 13th After a very fun reunion evening of music at Wynola Pizza on April 2rid, the Volcan Mt. Boys will make another appearance on Friday, May 13th. The group consists of four long time friends who have lived and played in the back country for the better part of four decades. Each members brings a unique musical emphasis to the groups sound. Harry Joe Reynolds versatile contributions include guitar, acoustic base, blues harp and vocals. He is very active musically with other group configurations and can be found performing frequently in the area. Bruce Druliner plays guitar and harmonica and sings a variety of songs, many of which emphasize his strong connection to the land and the fur trade era. His song list includes many originals. Lenny Bole has played banjo and dobro for years and adds many solos and fills. His playing can be driving or subtle, but always inspiring. Ken Wright flat picks the guitar and sings a variety of songs covering bluegrass, folk and country. After rehearsing tunes for the reunion evening the group had so much fun playing together they felt it made sense to pull off another evening with the Volcan Mt. Boys. Please join us for another fun evening together at the Red Barn on Friday, May 13th. The Baja Blues Boys Saturday Night In Wynola Baja Blues Boys are Tim Atkins - guitar/vocals and Andre Perreault - harmonica/vocals. Based in Ramona, they've been performing acoustic blues and American roots music together for over twelve years. They play a very folksy style, Tim is very engaging, they're up- tempo and people who aren't Blues-lovers will find them very accessible. Tim and Andre both live in the Ramona area. If you're considering booking them for something in Julian, I bet they'd be well-received there. They've been playing quite regularly for years at Patrick's Irish Pub in Poway. Tim Atkins is a Southern California native and got his first guitar at "the age of eight. He lists Muddy Waters, Son House, Big Joe Williams and John Hurt as influences and inspirations. Andre Perrault was born in Montreal, Canada but grew up in the Los Angeles area. He is influenced by such blues harmonica greats as James Cotton, Little Walter; Little Sammy Davis and Will Clarke. "Gone Away, Someday", their CD, was released in July 2009 and contains 16 tracks, 14 of which are originals. Recently the song "Roof of Hell" was awarded the Silver Medal in the San Diego Songwriters Guild's Performing Songwriters Contest. Baja Blues Boys also appear as a 4 or 5 piece electric blues band with a drummer and standup bass and sometimes a second guitar or saxophone. Upcoming Shows: Friday, May 20- CoCo and Lafe, on the Patio Saturday, May 21 - Trails and Rails - Western and train music. Two, three, four part harmony Sunday, May 22 - Gus Mezza - Refreshing look at 60's, 70's, 80's music. Fri May 27 - Grand Canyon Sundown - Paul Cruz, roots music. Sat May 28 - Chris Clarke and Friends Sun May 29 - Stealin' Tin - Ecle,;tic Celtic Band For more information call Wynl(:tP/5alE;press  Moments mtm00e LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 532 'B' Street Ramona 760 789 0240 THE HISTORY CHANNEL • On May 9, 1671, Thomas Blood, an Irish adventurer better known as "Captain Blood," is captured attempting to steal the Crown Jewels from Charles II of England in the Tower of London. Charles was so impressed with Blood's audacity that, far from punishing him, he made him a member of his court with an annual pension. • On May 14, 1914, Washington Senators pitcher Walter "Big Train" Johnson throws his 54th consecutive scoreless inning, against the St. Louis Browns in Sportsman Park II1. Johnson broke a 53-inning record set in 1910 by Jack Coombs of the Philadelphia Athletics. ACTIVITIES 8 LODGING '7 Music 76O 765 3700! .e-- Presentations 8pm OO PIT Regaglut Ope I Thuday- Slmday (and Holiday Mandap] Corner of Main & 'A' Streets Saturday 14 = PHIL DIIORIO • A BD Benefit- CHUCK-O and Jd Friday 2o  THE USUAL SUSPECT L 'l Saturday 21  JERRY McCANN I BAND [ 00cF00da00y27:o R°00Yo00Wathe00no00 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.julianaetive.eom by reservaon 760-765-1598 he.@/mvi ! iitm fa em 20 ms, iud=iq fit.s a. f0Lmi et et Iuati .tilklm a[ mih.t 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.blackoa -- I-_qr_Mo.r.eJof.ocmatio.o.:_7_6.0--7_6_5=2.1.7_9_o.r_8.0.0--3-7-94262 -- (760) 765 ~ 1420 A Bed & Breakfast Mountain Inn with Country Hospitality • Cable TV 4th & C Streets Julian 6o 765-0464 w.pinecrestretre, 6 Highway 79 6, Julian J • On May 11, 1934, a massive dust storm sends 350 million tons of topsoil flying from across the parched Great Plains as far east as New York, Boston and Atlanta. Even ships some 300 miles offshore saw dust collect on their decks. • On May 12, 1949, an early crisis of the Cold War comes to an end when the Soviet Union lifts its 11-month blockade against West Berlin. The blockade had been broken by a massive U.S.- British airlift of 278,288 relief missions to the city, resulting in the delivery of 2,326,406 tons of supplies. • On May 15, 1963, Gordon Cooper is launched into space aboard Faith 7 on the longest American space mission to date. Cooper completed 22 orbits of the Earth and spent 34 hours in space. • On May 13, 1981, Pope John Paul II is shot and wounded at St. Peter's Square in Rome. Turkish terrorist Mehmet All Agca, an escaped fugitive already convicted of a previous murder, fired several shots at the religious leader. Agca was immediately captured. After a two-day trial, he was sentenced to life in prison. • On May 10, 1990, the government of the People's Republic of China announces that it is releasing 211 people arrested during the massive protests held in Tiananmen Square in Beijing in June 1989. Most observers viewed the prisoner release as an attempt by the communist government of China to dispel much of the terrible publicity it received for its brutal suppression of the 1989 protests. ©2011 King Features Synd., Inc