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'1 4 The Julian News Calendar May 20, 2009 ulian enings ONGOING Julian Community Planning Group 2nd Monday Every Month Architectural Review Board 1st Tuesday of the Month Greater Julian Firesafe Council 2nd Tuesday of Month 2130 Wynola Road 7:00 - 8:00 pm information: 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 Julian Parent Coalition First Wednesday of the Month Julian Coffee House: 9am - 10:30 Information: Diane Vile 760-505-84i4 Second Wednesday of Each Month 6:30pm - High School, Room 4 Julian Arts Guild Fourth Tuesday of Month Julian Library 6:00pro Julian Back Country Collaborative Third Thursday of The Month 8:30 a.m. Julian Pathways Elementary School Q Every Monday Good Morning Yoga with Karen Fought Julian Library -9am Every Wednesday Sit and Fit for Seniors - 11 am Gentle Stretching and flexibility exercises with Matt Kraemer Preschool Storytime and Crafts - 11 am May 6- Pigs May 13- Gardens May 20 - Fathers May 27 - Who Said That? Julian Library Thursday - May 14th, 21st & 28th Baby and Me, Lap-sit Story Time - 11 am for mothers, fathers, and ba3ies (3 to 24 months). Siblings are welcome to come and m participate. Julian Library Every Friday Good Morning Yoga with Karen Fought Julian Library -9 am Every Sunday, (weather permitting): Julian Doves & Desperados - historic comedy skits at 1pro, 2pro & 3pro - stage area between Cabbages & Kings and the Julian Market & Deft. MAY EVENTS May 22-23-24 Julian Arts Guild Spring Fine Arts Show 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. -Town Hall Reception - Friday May 22, 5pm May 23 Julian High School Prom May 24 Annual Pancake Breakfast Cuyamaca Fire Station, 8 - 11 May 25 Memorial Day Ceremony at Pioneer Cemetery 11am May 26 1st Annual Julian Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament played at the Warner Springs Resort, Join area golfers in an Apple Day Centennial special event. Play "Best Ball" rules A brand new Corvette will be awarded to the first person skilled enough to sink a "hole in one." There is also a prize reserved for the shot "closest to the pin." The awards banquet will finish the day of play at nearby Santa Ysabel Casino. May 27 "Maintain Your Brain" with Diane Darby-Beach, PhD A program to educate older adults on the importance of using your brain. Julian Library - 9:30am May 27 12 Step Meeting St. Elizabeths of Hungary First Meeting - 7:00pro Open to Anyone in any 12 program step May 30 Community Chipping Day 7:30am - 12:30pm Camp Wynola May 30 Spanish Club Benefit Town Hall- Noon JUNE EVENTS June 1 CERT Training Unit 7 "Disaster Psychology" Julian Library- Community Room 6-8:30 information: (760)310-0976 certjulian@hotmail,com June 3rd JHS - Scholarship Night - 7pm June 2 Arts & Letters "Music on the Mountain" Tony Lasley - Bossa Nova Guitar Julian Library - 6:00 pm June 5th Julian High Graduation - 6pm Specialty Crafts At The Library Third Thursday Craft Program The Julian Branch Library will be holding its monthly Third Thursday Craft program for school aged children on May 21 at 3:00 PM. This month's craft will be decorating a flower pot. A variety of decorations and paints are being provided. Once the decoration is complete, planting will take place. This is a free program. For more information, please contact the library at 760-765-0370. Friday-The Glenn and Jenn Show Come out this Friday night, May 22 to Wynola Pizza Express, for an evening with local performers Glenn and Jennifer Smith. These two always draw a crowd that's ready for fun. Sure, they do a mix of the familiar (Bob Marley - CCR ) that show Glenn's love of the country rock of the 50's to today but also throw in some originals too. Jennifer is there to add vocal backup and keep the beat with her conga's. Then there is the audience participation, they may hand you an instrument of percussive nature and the next thing you know it's a play and sing-a-long And if you feel like it move the tables over and dance to the rock n' roll! It all happens from 6pm-9pm. If you are having or know of an event in Julian, Lake Cuyamaca. Ranchita, Warner Springs. Santa Ysabel. Shelter Valley Sunshine Summit or elsewhere that should be listed in the Backcountry Happenings column, please contact the JULIAN NEWS at PO Box 639 Julian, CA 92036. fax 765 1838 email. editor@juliannews.com ot drop the information by our office in the Sounding's complex. Julian Computer Guy ..__.... oo__.. T..o. Re~i~ TeCh. SupTrt; Troubleshooting; ~ Upgrades; Virus & SpTware Removal ~ Scott Laughlin (760) 703-1191 gscotl mghes.net P.O. Box 1333 Julian, CA 92036 Mark Jackson Band A Wynola/Red Barn Tradition On Saturday....be sure to join the crowd at the Red Barn or the Outdoor Patio weather permitting to see acoustic performer Mark Jackson, a singer/songwriter whose music has traveled from the hills of Oklahoma to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Influenced by such greats at Woodie Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Nell Young and Willie Nelson he carries on the tradition of the story teller and poet combined to create the Western American folk song. Whether he's singing about leaving it all behind and riding a train down south to Mexico or about a woman who finally makes it home to Charlotte, Texas, Mark conjures up true images and feelings that shoot straight to the heart. Mark's talents have attracted a group of folks that join him in making the Mark Jackson Band. They are: Pamela Haan ~ Vocals, guitar, percussion, piano; David Morgan ~ Pedal steel guitar, dobro, vocals; Grant Kester ~ Harmonica, vocals; Paul Cruz ~ Acoustic & electric guitar, mandolin, bass, vocals; Jason Postelnek ~ Bass, vocals, violin, guitar; Dave Wilkie ~ Drums, percussion, vocals. Come for the great food and stay for the live show. It all starts at 6pm. Mark your calendar... May 29 - Mountain Tribal Gypsy - Local Belly Dancing Group May 30- Trails & Rails - Western & train music. Two, three and four part harmony More Information Contact Wynola Pizza Express (760) 765 1004 Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base cell: 619-972-0152 Affordable Handyman FLEXIBLE HOURS AND WEEKENDS BONDED INSURED * electzical - plumbing - carpentry repairs • install • assemble • repair * paint • window and screen cleaning • minor tree lnmrning • yard & brush clean-up • trash hauling. Call Kei~ 782.0567 off. 760.504.9921 cell PROJECTS LESS THAN $560 "lNr. Fix-It A Weekend Handyman Service Too Big for You, Too Small for Them, Too Fun for Me Plumbing. Electrical. 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McCullough as the Back Bay Cycle and Motor Company. McCullough advertised the garage's opening as a "stable for renting, sale, storage and repair of motor vehicles." • On May 18, 1920, Karol Jozef Wojtyla is born in the Polish town r "Serving the Community of Julian" ' '"11 tohelp preserve certain species. Popel John Paul II, history's most GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD I • On May 20, 1862, Presidentwell-traveled pope and the first non- INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE II Outside Storage - Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's ' II Abraham Lincoln signs the Italian to hold the position since the Unit Sizes-5xl0 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x30 [ Homestead Act, which opens 6th entury. government-owned land to small On May 23, 1933, actress Joan family farmers ("homesteaders"). Collins is born. In 1990, Random was only one of many that were of W~dowice, 35 miles southwest of passed in the early days of America Krak~w. Wojtyla went on to become The act gave "any person" who was House offered Collins $4 million the head of a family 160 acres to try in a two-book deal, paying a $1.2 his hand at farming for five years, million advance, with the rest due on • On May 24, 1899, the first public delivery of the manuscripts. When parking garage in the United States Collins turned in the first book, Newman Way Fax 765-2797 3582 Highway 78 at the publishing house claimed the manuscript was "unreadable" and sued for the return of the advance. • On May 22, 1967, a fire at the L'Innovation department store in Brussels, Belgium, kills 322 people on the first day of[l heavily promoted American fashion exhibition. Despite speculation that the fire was a deliberate anti-U.S, action, most of the available evidence pointed to an electrical fire. • On May 21, 2000, the bones of President James Garfield's spine, with a bullet hole, are put on display as part of an exhibit at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, D.C. The museum also owns some of Lincoln's skull fragments and President Eisenhower's gallstones. (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc.