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4 The Julian News September 10, 2003 LOW PRICES SANTA YSASL lrO,L ST01 [Formerly D&M Gas] 303 I Hikwuy "T S 1 r 0rest Adventure 1) usses (A..u=l , ])=it) 1) ropun G us ])ksel |c Shucks Beer G $odu ATM Mucklne HOUR $ .3:30 a.m.-9 p.m. M.--gr,. 6 u.m.- 9 p.m. Sut. v Sun. k/ accept most mujor debit uttd credit curds. gleyd & G eerene Morris. Owners .L _ 20'" ANNUAL CALIFORNIA INDIAN DAYS CELEBRATION SEPTEMBER 13 & 14 The Indian Human Resource Center invites the public to attend the Twentieth Annual California Indian Days Celebration (CIDC) which will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Septem- ber 13 and 14, 2003, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., in San Diego's beautiful Balboa Park on the corner of Park Blvd. and Presidents Way. Admission is free, and it is sug- gested that you bring your own shade and chairs. This year's event has an excep- tional program, which will highlight and honor the culture and diversity of Cali- fornia's indigenous people. It will fea- ture California Indian dance groups per- forming dances from their specific nations from across the state. These dances have been handed down over millennia, and CIDC is an extraordinary opportunity for the general public to viewthese rarely seen groups. We have also invited four exceptional musical groups (including Grammy winner Afigon Starr), giving the event an indian music festival flavor that everyone can enjoy. Cultural Presenters: Arigon Starr Band, Backyard Blues Band, Cahuilla Bird Singers, Campo New Birds, Danza Oceolotl, Kumeyaay Bird Singers, Lightning Pipa Singers, Quechan Roadrunner Dancers, Red Rox Bandu;.,+,. ,. Rey Ortega --Apache Flutist, Rumsem Ohlone Dancers, Running Grunion -- CA Indian Storyteller, Sau-ii California Indian Music Ensemble, Tracy Lee Nelson & Native Blues Band, Wildcat Singers. There will also be 40 arts-and- crafts booths featuring California Indian artists, authentic handcrafted jewelry, pottery, paintings, beadwork, and Kachinas; demonstrators and displays; American Indian food booths featuring. delicious fry bread, Indian tacos, etc.; door prizes; and Indian community organizations' information booths. Balboa Park was once the site of several Indian villages, including locations on Inspiration Point and Florida Canyon. Here in San Diego County, there are presently 18 reservations comprised of four Indian nations -- the Cahuilla, Cupeno, Kumeyaay, and Luiseno. CIDC is sponsored by the Indian Human Resource Center which is celebrating 24 years of community service on September 7, 2003. For more information, please call (619) 281-5964. ; 1268 BAGS By LAUeA (at Stonewall Center) Leather Purses Backpacks Hats Wallets & Much More 2000 Main Street, # 105  J l Julian, CA 92036   (760) 765- 1880  MENGHINI WlNE....IN TAHITll By Nancy Parinello, Contributing Writer On a recent vacation to Tahiti, Julian residents Nancy Parinello and Brian Kramer enjoyed a fabulous multi-course dinner, like only the French can do, outside . at the home of their friends Enzo Pelipe and Martine Cassar. "Enzo told us he had a most interesting 10-year-old wine he would be serving with the main course," Nancy ! I recalled, "but he had decanted it into a lovely carafe to let it breath, so I wasn't able to see the label." He poured them about a third of a glass each and asked them to taste it and tell him what they thought. "1 don't mind telling you, I was a little intimidated having to define and describe my impression of a wine to a Frenchman who obviously took his wine seriously! Fortunately, I remembered some of what I had been taught during my four years of working as Purser for United Airlines in Paris, so I plunged in headfirst." ;" RESTAURANT AND NIGHTCLUB 2307 MAIN STREET (1 block west of Town Nail) (760) 765-3757 Recalling you have to use your sense of sight, smell, and taste to "explore" the - subtleties, she first picked up the glass by the stem, tilting it slightly to appraise the color, ltwasclearandbright.Anysedimentfromitstenyearsofaginghadapparently ] CATERING SERVICE AVAILABLE CALL CAROL FOR CATERING |NFO WE CAN CUSTOM-DESIGN A MENU FOR YOUR EVENT LARGE SPACE AVAILABLE FOR EVENTS/WEDDINGS/PARTIES already settled to the bottom of the carafe. The color was a lovely, deep brick. They gave it a gentle swirl to aerate the wine and release the bouquet. You can tell a lot by the aroma of a wine -- how fruity or flowery a wine is, for example. Aroma can point out both the positive qualities and the faults. If you're really good, you can even identify the grape variety in finer wines. 'Tm afraid smell has never been one my keenest senses. People often say 'what's that smell?' and I don't smell anything unless, of course, it's a dead skunk or I'm killing ants in my house -- I hate that smell! But this wine did have a nice aroma," recalls Nancy. "1 took a big sip and swirled it around in my mouth to get the full flavor. It was excellent, full-bodied, and left a nice, lingering aftertaste -- a sign of good quality wine." Everyone agreed. "In the past ten years it has aged nicely; softened over time in the bottle, and turned into a damn fine wine," declared Enzo. "It has a"good mouth-feel." You can imagine our surprise and delight when he finally showed us the bottle-- a 1993 Cabernet Sauvignon from the Menghini Winery in Julian! He bought it when they visited us in 1993, took it home to Tahiti, and saved it for a special occasion. "A special wine for a special occasion indeed!" said Enzo, and he was right. The moon was full, the island breeze cooled the balmy night, and we were finally in Tahiti. i OPEN THURS.-SUN. AND HOLIDAY MONDAYS AT NOON iliil I .w. ] j Friday, 9/12: LEFT-HAND THREAD Saturday, 9/13: BLUES DENILE Local Rockers -- " " i. :,:,i  : ..... , " ......... , ,,: =/ki,! .... i':* ;t ,::.%: ::.. ..... [-),in #eli*;[  Mosqe ul,,ihon " .-- J" SIr., Iehd [ fi.o,, th+ He,:,,4 fhu+h th+ Hon& to th+ BoJ, ] Mat)a ,slPeomeP, MT (7.60) 765-o555 511o,,o. St,,eor.e,., MT E)wigl, t L. I%,.,., D.C. (7"60) 7"65-.2495 Ddie ovicl, D.C. 21975 l-hgh+,.j 79, So.o YsoI:,J (.+,d to Po, Ott++) Nancy Parinello and Enzo Pelipe enjoying a 1993 bottle of Menghini Wine...in Tahiti/ SAN DIEGO AREA KIDS ARE INVITED TO SHARE FAMILY HERITAGE AND TRADITIONS ' ..... KPBS and Barona Band of Mission Indians ............ Celebrate Heritage and Culture t!? Wh Writing andArt Competition SAN DIEGO-- Sharing stories is how traditions and values are passed on from generation to generation. The Barona Band of Mission Indians Month is a time to celebrate the heritage and culture of the Barona Tribe: sharing, patience, friendliness, endurance, family, and community. In honor of the celebration, KPBS and Barona are inviting San Diego's youth to share their own heritage and cultural stories. "The Heritage & Traditions Writing and Art Contest" is an opportunity for kids to write a short story, essay, script, journal entry, or poem about their family's values, traditions, and heritage. Each entry must include at least one original illustration. The competition kicks off August 1 and the deadline for entries is Tuesday, September 30. All children in grades one through six residing in San Diego and Imperial Counties are invited to participate. Entry forms are available at Barona Valley Ranch Resort and Casino, at www.baronatribe.corn, www.kpbs.org, or by calling KPBS at (619) 594-2106. "The Heritage and Traditions Writing and Art Contest" is made possible by the Barona Band of Mission Indians. The competition wilt provide creative writing opportunities to area youth. KPBS is a broadcast service of San Diego State University, serving the region with TV, radio, and Internet content that is educational as well as entertaining -- and free of commercial interruption. il I' -" . .: ,--+- __ --. ......... d I L I fO00eA00 LocalE00erience Since 1988 *Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling *Ornamental Prunning and Lacing *Brush Clearing and Chipping *Long-Term Forest Maintenance and Planning *Woodsplitting and Firewood H:760-765-2975 C:760-271-9585 FREE ESTIMATES Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER BRET HCHINSON H:760-743-6290 C:760-519-9462 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Attorney ATTOPNEY-AT-LAW ANTHONY J. 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