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Author Dawn Menge At Library Thursday- 3:30 As part of the Library's Summer Reading Program Author Dawn Menge reads her latest book "Queen Vernita Visits the Blue Ice Mountains" followed by a craft, Thursday at 3:30 PM. i The Brits Are Coming The Brits Are Coming On July 15, 2010, chapter members from 7 San Diego CountyChaptersofthe Daughters of the British Empire in Southern California, Inc., (DBE) are planning to visit the Julian Tea & Cottage Arts and cordially invite local Julian women of British or Commonwealth heritage to join us for lunch and tea. The cost of the Tea is $13 per person and this includes tax and gratuity. In addition to spending a lovely afternoon at the historical Julian Tea & Cottage Arts House, the purpose of the visit is to investigate the possibility of establishing a DBE Chapter for Julian and surrounding area residents. The Daughters of The British Empire (DBE)is a charitable 501@.3, non-political, non- sectarian, voluntary American Society of women of British or Commonwealth birth or ancestry. The Society was founded in 1909 as the Imperial Order, Daughters of the Empire in the USA, and incorporated in 1920 as the Daughters of the British Empire. The DBE is affiliated with the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire in Canada (IODEO), the Victoria League in England, and the General Federation of Women's Clubs in the United States. The Primary Objective of the DBE is the support of the four District Retirement Homes, located in each of the four regions/districts of the DBE in the USA. The secondary objectives are local philanthropy, friendship, and the promotion of closer relationships among English- speaking peoples. The Society's web site is: Information about the philanthropic international Group, which supports the British Home in Sierra Madre, local charities, and reservations for the Tea may be made with State President Kelly Pack 760-731-7379 or" Julian Art Guild Artist Of The Mnth "One Bird--Many Feathers" Acrylic Monoprint Helen Petre is the Artist of the Month for July at the Julian Library. Helen, a long term resident of Julian, is a well- known artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her professional accomplishments comprise solo and group exhibits in the San Diego Museum of Art, the San Diego Art Institution, The Tokyo Poem Gallery, Oregon Biennial, Bookmakers West Coast, the Santa Ysabel Gallery and others. Her work is in private collections in many U.S. states including Alaska and Hawaii as well as in Canada, England, Germany, Sweden and Japan. Educated through a self directed process involving workshops, classes, books, museums and a scholarship at the Coronado School of Fine Arts, Helen has studied painting with George Grosz, Guy Williams, Sheldon Krby, John Altoon and others. She has also studied print making and artists' books. In 2005 Helen was awarded a scholarship in Book Arts at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado. Always enthusiastic about her work, Helen is ever inventive and full of life. When not making art, she loves to go on ElderHostel tours, walk and be with her dogs. "Strings Attached" Collage Ribbon Cutting Ceremony At Funky Spun Julian Merchants Association benefits businesses in many ways. July 9th will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at Funky Spun, a natural, earth friendly fiber company which harvests wool from lambs, angora from rabbits and goats and wool from alpacas. Funky Spun sells yarns and wonderfully hand made apparel. This is a great place to buy hats, scarves, wraps and gloves. The shop also sells rabbits from their farm, "Spin the Bunny Rabbitry" located in Warner Springs. There they sell French Angoras that weigh about twelve pounds when fully grown. One rabbit that occasionally comes to Funky Spun is named Willie Wonka. He roams the shop, hops around outside and comes back inside when his name is called. He is better than some wee folks when it comes to minding. At the ribbon cutting ceremony you can see this amazing rabbit who has won many awards at the California State Fair and at fairs in Pomona, El Centro, Stockton, Monterey and Del Mar. The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on July 9th, at Funky Spun, at 2030 Third Street at the corner of Third and "B" Street. Beginning at 5:30 P.M. and lasting until 6:30, you will meet Debra Krup, owner of Funky Spun. Refreshments will be served and a drawing will be held for a special custom made item created by Debra. Debra can be reached by calling 760-420-5153. Ms. Krup creates chemical free, pure and natural wearable items. Special orders are welcome. Look for an announcement for a mini Renaissance Fair, the second week in October where you can witness demonstrations of weaving and dying of wools and other fibers. The Julian News 3 BBKR, W/NK & 8P/R/TS Monday I Friday 8 am - 6 pm Saturday 8 am - 6 Inn Sunday 9 am - 5 pm SPEC00AI00 BYB00Y DAY :N N 760 765.3200 117 Mala Street ji POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Oak and Pine our Specialty CA. State License #704192 76o 1. The lovely month of June 2010 arrived with a promise of warmer weather and that is what we've had all month long with the exception of June 11th, 12th and 13th. We had some misting drizzles and cooler days. The month ended with very warm clear days. 2. We usually associate the month of June with brides and weddings, but there were several birthday s among my friends, including mine on the 23rd. So, there were quite a bit of celebrations and it was wonderful. 3. Flag Day on the 14th was special. The merchants along Main Street put out many flags this year and they have left them since until the Fourth weekend. It has been a joy for me to drive into town each day with all the flags waving in the gentle breeze. Makes our town beautiful to me. 4. We do so appreciate the many donations of pies and pastries from Julian Pie Company, MOM'S and Dudley's bread. We have, also been blessed with food donations from ANGEl'S LANDING and sometimes lovely flowers from their weddings. 5. Much has been happening at the town hall this month. There was the Miss Julian Pageant, the very beautiful Quilt Show by the Julian Women's Club and Dorthy Bent's Craft Show. The Craft Show has included more participants with special products. The show closed on the 5th of July and they will take a leave of absence until August 28th, we will miss them all. 6. Throughout my drive into town each morning I see many lovely Hollyhock bushes in full bloom. There are many bushes that have small bright yellow blooms. I still have poppies blooming in my yard. I have white roses and red roses blooming in all their glory. I drive through wooded areas about half the time and residential areas and there are quite a few white rose bushes just loaded with blooms. It's a beautiful drive and I do enjoy the changes each month on what is in bloom. 7. The bird feeders are continually busy with many birds in my yard and wild doves, the blue jays after the peanuts in the shell. Black crows invade in the mornings and I have learned not to put out any peanuts until the afternoons. I feed the doves with quail and dove food mix I get at The Birdwatcher shop. They love it. 8. Traffic in town has slowed down considerably during the week days, but continues very busy weekends. 9. With schools out for the summer and the hot weather, the kids no doubt are heading to the beaches along the coSst and town is very quiet. 10. It's vacation time and we enjoy, folks sharing where they have been on vacation trips. 11. Twice a day I continue to feed many homeless cats in town. From time to time, Cathy Conheim drops by the Julian Feed Store and deposits a donation on my account there and it is so appreciated. Any one wishing to do likewise may do so and it would be greatly appreciated. Donations of cat food, canned or dry, would also be welcomed. I am at the town hall daily and that could be dropped off there,. 12. The month of June has been a very wonderful month and went by fast. Now we're looking forward to July and all that will take place, especially the grand parade on the Fourth. * * * I'm Glad I Live In Julian * * *