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Valley, Summit, Volume 26 - Issue 46 Wednesday June 29, 2011 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Jdlial News @ x} Box 639 Cha ]e ,e'wce }eaueste( II,h,l,,h,h hl,,h,h,h,hh,l,l,lh,,,Ih,,,llh,,hhhl Small Town Papers TEN 217 W Cota St h.., IvJ Shelton WA 98584-2263 Summer ring On.The I, INDEPENHEN(00EIij' Break-In Season, 0 MerchantsW.arnedTOu Sh :el,ebratnon Sec re Thenr ups byMichaelHart 1 8th Annual Parade- Monday Early Wednesday morning the out then you should keep your If ''[#': i::i'::i!/[] vandals were out, breaking into business as unattractive to the Julian Coffee House and the those that want to do you harm. by Michael Hart Fajita Griill. At both places entry Lights at entries, lights inside, Once again the Emerald Adehne S,ngers and the parade IJfi:A_';L',,///i.lJ 4  , w..ta , /, ....... ,- 1 was forced and damage was so law enforcement can see Society Pipe Band will grace will get off to a booming start with done to entries, in to the business and assess the street of Julian on the 4th the Vintage Howitzer at Porter Got Your Tickets At the Coffee House a small amount of cash was taken from the register and a general mess left behind. At the Fajita Grill the restaurant was accessed through a side door that most people didn't know was there. Large quantity of alcohol (mostly beer) was taken. Deputies are currently analyzing the evidence collected and do expect to apprehend the culprits in very near future. Merchants are reminded not to leave cash in their registers and to have security lights on overnight to make their establishments less inviting to vandals and thieves. If your goal is to keep people the chances of someone being inside when they shouldn't, be. Video surveillance is another option for business to consider when wanting to keep the bad people out. One local business has successfully used video to discourage potential break- ins, while some also use it as a means of deterring shc p lifting. Every year it seems that right after school lets out vandalism and burglary goes up, although there has been little correlation with the local youth, that doen't mean that some from other parts of the county won't think that Julian is an easy mark for a quick buck, or worse. Music On The Mountain Tri-Cultural Pop Tunes At The Library by Martie Perkins of July. The parade committee is promising a rousing good time as the invite everyone to "Celebrate On The Mountain" this Independence Day. Along with many of the regular participants, this years parade may also see inclusion of the US Marine Corps, 1st Marine Division Color Guard. New this year will also be the Euphoria Brass Band, a New Orleans Style second line marching contingent of eight players, including banjo, There will be the Pre-Parade activities starting at 10 (warning to all - Main Street will be closed to traffic at 9:30) This year we will see the vintage aircraft fly overs plus musical entertainment from Amber Phillips, Dalynn Ketcherside, Blake Rogers, The Ramona Town Hall Brass Band, The Emerald Socity Pipe Band and The Euphoria Brass Band The National Anthem will be sung by the Julian Gold Sweet Lane. Again you will have a chance to buy a raffle ticket (only $10) to enter the drawing for a chance to fly in one of the vintage aircraft. The Parade itself will feature the Grand Marshal, Mrs. Bobbi Green and vintage tractors, boy scouts and girl scouts, local merchants and a cross section of Julian's more flamboyant and patriotic citizenry. Best to get your downtown Julian parking place by 8 a.m. ' then have a leisurely breakfast in town before the parade. Wear a hat, bring an umbrel a that doesn't keep the people behind you from viewing the parade and have a great time! It's going to be another big time celebration for our little town. The kind of thing we do better than anyone else in the county, because we do it to make ourselves happy not to pander to the flat landers, they are invited to loin in, as always. For The BBQ The American Legion will again feed all comers at the 69th edition .of their 4th of July BBQ. The tradition continues this year as the parade ends and the Ramona Town Hall Band and The Grand Pacific Band will provide the early afternoon entertainment. Southbound Jonny To Provide Legions" Dance Tunes Carlos Olmeda will be performing at the Julian Library for our Music on the Mountain concert series on Tuesday, July 5, at 6:00 pm. Carlos is a guitar player, singer, and songwriter, but he stands out from other guitar-playing singers in so many ways. "My job, and I love my job, is to entertain you," he says. "My dream, and I live my dream, is to jump start your imagination." Born in Puerto Rico and raised in the United States, Carlos was surrounded by a family steeped in rich musical history. His father played guitar and his mother sang.' "My mother was always putting on this old scratchy LP called 'Music From Around The Globe' and I would sit mesmerized at how beautifully diverse each song sounded," Carlos says. "1 believe that being born in Puerto Rico in 1960 spared me from the dreary fate of becoming a genre purist. It all boils down to one thing, will the song I'm playing for you at this very moment in time, move you?" He began playing guitar at 6 years old, and wrote his first song soon after. Growing up, he continued to write both lyrics and music, and in fact, some of his performances still include songs he wrote as a young teen. Carlos strives to break down musical stereotypes and cross cultural boundaries with his music, which he calls Tri- cultural Pop. This eclectic mix of musical genres means that at a performance the audience can expect to hear styles such as Latin romantic ballads, American folk songs, and pop. The audience will also hear him sing in English and in Spanish, and some songs will include both languages. He is very aware of melody in his song writing, and his lyrical content is complex. He uses vivid imagery in his words and music. Carlos hails proudly from the acoustic singer songwriter school of performance. The big difference between Carlos' song writing and performance styles and that of so many others is that Carlos' music transports you to a wide spectrum of emotional and cultural destinations. It is almost inevitable that after his show, a fan will approach Carlos and say with genuine enthusiasm, "Wow! That was definitely not what I was expecting. How is it that you can change gears so effortlessly throughout your show?" He's quick to point out that Tri-cultural Pop is all about changing gears and realigning perspectives. On any given night, fans can hear at least four different song writing styles in at least two languages performed with heartfelt passion as well as a sense of humor. Carlos has the innate ability to make each fan feel as if the song was written for and sung directly to them. After the first two or three songs, you begin to feel as though Carlos is in your living room. It feels like home! Please come to the Julian Library on Tuesday, July 5, at 6:00 pm, for an evening of entertainment you won't want to miss! For questions, please call the library at 760-765-0370. Women's Club Opens Their Heritage Quilt Show Displaying more than just quilts, a doll house and antique toy fire truck are also part of the show. They ride under cover of night from the far corners of the county. Shiftless andllovering at one end of the saloon you'll find ,them, their instruments steadied like Winch esters, taking aim until the first chord is struck. They cover songs dragged from earth, heaven and hell, scorching the atmosphere with a ferocity not learned at a mother's knee. The flush of enthusiasm felt by those who bear witness does not quickly pass, as they are San Diego's Most Wanted Country Band. Southbound Jonny: A San Diego County born, high energy 5 man Country Band Born in 2003, and swiftly earning, the title of San Diego's most wanted Country Band. They have played venues such as Rodeo's (Poway), Ranch parties, honky tonks ( Cheers, Renegade) the casino circuit (Barona & Viejas Dream Catcher Lounge) and corporate events. They play Two step, waltzes line dances, cha chas, fast and slow songs, hard and soft songs, new and old..They deliver HOT country mixed with some good old rock and blues. Tickets for the BBQ are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 10 years. There will be a raffle, and lots of great bake sale items. One World, Many Stories Write and illustrate you own adventure story, then publish it in a hard covered accordion style book. No experience necessary, we'll help you make a great looking book that's fun to read. This craft is being led by Ann Reilly Cole on Thursday, June 30 at 3:30 PM. Bring in a picture of the main character in your story for your cover design. It could be yourself, your pet or a fictional character. All other materials will be provided. Story prompts and templates will be available for those who need help in crafting their story. Come to the Julian Branch Library, 1850 Highway 78, to write your own story and have a decorated book to take home with you. Whether you create a travel story or write about sometfiing near and dear to you, you will be sure to enjoy using your talents to make this craft. All children are invited to attend and materials will be supplied. Taylor Cole with an example of the book you can produce at this exciting craft event at the library. ASSOCIATION Jc)in The ,00ler(:hant's and Celebrate 1 lndependen00., Day Parade Monday