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4 The Julian News I Julian and Back Country Happenings October 12, 2011 Calendar ONGOING EVENTS Julian Community Planning, Group 2nd Monday Every Month Town Hall -7pm. 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 - 6pro - 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 Julian Library - 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 JulianLibrary - 2:30 pm Teen Craft with Miss Tonya Second Thursday of the Month Julian Library - 2:30pro Cuyamaca Firebelles meet the 3rd Saturday of each month at the Cuyamaca Fire House, Highway 79 and Engineer's Road at 10:30 am. For information call Betty Gibson at 760 765-2700. OCTOBER October I through 30th OLD TIME MELODRAMA Every Friday: 7:15 p.m., Saturday: 1:15 p.m. & 7:15 p.m., and Sunday: 1:15 p.m. Join us in celebrating Julian Apple Days with the Old Time Melodrama. Performances are on the weekends in the month of October in the Julian Town Hall, come cheer the hero and boo the villain. All proceeds benefit our community scholarships. Ongoing - Teen Read Week Poster Contest - Picture it! Create a poster of your favorite book and display it at the library. Contest ends October 22 October 13 Express Yourselfi Hippie Swirls! What are they? Come find out! For ages 11-18. (Program will be held at Julian Jr. High Wolf Den) October 13 Drug Free Julian. A community coalition working toward reducing substance abuse in Julian. Teens and older are invited to participate. Julian Library - 6pro October 13 Back To School Night Julian Community PreSchool located at the Methodist Church 5:30 - 6:30pm October 14 JHS Homecoming Pep Rally - Noon Parade - 1pro Football vs Calipatria 7:00pro October 15 HOODANG 2011 A Craft Beer and Music Festival Santa Ysabel Casino 11am - 5pm tickets: $30 for 10 tastings and concert admission October 15 Colored Pencil Artists. Artists Susan Salazer & Debbie Gargula lead this class on colored pencil techniques. Presented by the Julian Art Guild. Julian Library - 3pro October 16 - 22 Teen Read Week - Picture iti That's the theme for this year Create a poster of your favorite book and display it at the library. Contest begins October 1 and ends October 22. Prizes awarded for best posters! October 18 ZUMBA - Dance and Fitness Julian Town Hall Information: 760-260-8161. October 22 Scarecrow Storytime & Craft Listen to scarecrow stories and build a life size scarecrow for the library with Ms.-Marcy and Ms. Margo. Julian Library- 11am October 24 Intermountain Republican Women Federated Wynola Pizza and Bistro 10:45 Program: "speaking on the topic of election integrity" Reservations (By October 19) Sean Tenwolde 760-788-6645 October 27 Coffee with Supervisor Jacob Julian Town Hall - upstairs 8:30 am to !0:30 am CALENDAR LISTINGS 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 Backcountty Happenings column, please contact the JULIAN NEWS at PO Box HOME SERVICES CABINETRY- FRAMING ROORNG • HOME REPAIRS SIGNS • ARTWORK CARPENTRY 765 1445 Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, [xcavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base - 52 cell: 619.972-0152 1 20 Years Experience ff._ NEW CUSTOMER DISCOUNT LANDSCAPING RECOVERY SERVICES *Plantings *Stone & Brick ,kNew Lawns *RetainingWalls *Sprinkler Systems *Bark Mulch *Maintenance *Clean Ups 605 16 m STREET RAMONA, CA. Ignacio Vazq uez., Owne r 619"322"9426 Fix, It A Weekend Handyman Service Too Big for You, Too Small for Them, Too Fun for Me Plumbing. Efectr/ca[. Drfwaff. Concre. Brush. jirewood Brian Denny 7 Years Facilities Management 760/765-1337 3 Years General Construction 760/212-4954(c) ]0 Years Building Materials Friday- Heloise Love Band Heloise Love has been a San Diego area performer for almost 12 years, her vocals are described as tender, pure, and ethereal. On Guitar, Penny Whistle, and percussion, she loves exploration of American music and its Celtic roots and other influences. Her first solo CD is currently being aired on Celtic stations across the U.S., Canada, and Europe and she has performed all over California, Georgia, Washington, Arizona, and locally. She has put together a new band featuring: Miss Darla, a talented musician and songwriter, and interests expose her to many outlets such as Renaissance Faire's & Civil War reenactments, costuming, hair design, working with local musicians and bands. They are joined Kim Donaldson, with energetic fiddling, sensitive balladry, and purest of vocals. The three ladies will be in the red Barn this Friday for an exploratorium of music and good times. Once you have your order placed inside Wynola Pizza grab a good spot in the barn and enjoy a musical journey through the country (not always this country). A little pizza, maybe some wine or one of the too numerous to mention beers available. Don't be late, show starts at six. Carlos Olmeda Returns With His Under NEW UE  The Bailey BBQ Corner of Main & 'A' Streets Restaurant & Saloon Open Thursday -- Sunday [and Football Mondays] Try our new menu with salads and appetizers Thursday 5 - 10 pm • Friday 11:30 am to 11 prn • Saturday 11:30 am to 11 pm • Sunday 11:30 am to 8:30 pm • Monday 4 - 9 pm • Kitchen open until (at least)8 pm each night All live music shows start at 8 pm HIGH PLAINS Friday 14 = DRIFTERS li ' Saturday 15 = PHIL DIIORIO AND THE KNIFE EDGE L__tur d a--------y 2 2 "---   Ban d ;5 COVER - GOES DIRECTLY TO THE PERFORMERS Unique Multi-Cultural Pop ACTIVITIES 8 LODGING Carlos Olmeda will tell you himself, he's not sure what to call his style of music, "never would fit into the little categories that the industry likes to slot you into," so he calls it multi-cultural pop/ folk - we call it fun, inventive, and always entertaining. Carlos brings his full catalog of songs to Wynola for a Saturday night starting at six and you'll get a full three hours of Carlos his music and his good humor, just for setting in the audience and enjoying a meal and something to drink, or maybe a desert - Mud Pie, Bread Pudding, Brownie Delight? Carlos has been a mainstay of the San Diego coffee house circuit for over a decade. Always original, even when you have seen him before, surprises just happen. He even surprises himself sometimes.: Sunday - Cierra Rayne Local Girl Makes Her Mark Shes grown up right here in Julian and is currently basking in the glow of her performance at the Lion's Clubs "Back Country Jamboree" where she impressed the crowd with her original songs and command of the stage, Cierra Rayne, all of 15 and the talents of someone who has been at for twice as long. She was the winner of Mira Mesa's got talent earlier this year and will be bringing friends and musical compatriots John " Hasz, Travis Dahl, and Daniel David Riveroll to help her fill the ! Sunday evening. Cierra has her own catalog of songs'to sing and the rest of the band will fill in some gaps with more original music and favorites to fill out the three hours. This will give you plenty of time to sample the faire from Wynola Pizza and Bistro's kitchen, it's not just great pizza anymore, make sure to check the white board for chef's specials, if they are available it's always a treat for your pallet. Get adventurous, if pizza is on your mind build your own from the numerous toppings available. Have we mentioned the salads, they can be a meal all by themselves, the appetizers, it's all good. Cierra RaYne and band will start at the usual Sunday start time of five o'clock, so don't be late, you don't want to miss this new voice on the music scene, we didn't need Mira Mesa to tell us she has talent. Upcoming Shows: October 21st - Robin Henkel, San Diego's Steel Guitar Specialist October 22nd - Special Guest Oct 28th - Mountain Tribal Gypsy - Halloween Extravaganza Oct 29th - Joe Rathbum For more information ca// Wyno/a Pizza & Bistro 760-765-1004 Moments intime TI-m mSTORY CrlANm • On Oct. 16, 1793, nine months after the execution of her husband, the former King Louis XVI of France, Marie-Antoinette follows him to the guillotine. At a time of economic turmoil in France, she lived extravagantly and responded to news that the French peasantry had no bread to eat by callously replying, "Let them eat cake." • On Oct. 14, 1857, engineer and inventor EIwood Haynes is born in Portland, Ind. Haynes designed one of the very first American automobiles, the Haynes "Pioneer," a 820-pound, open-bodied, push-start vehicle with chain drive, a steering tiller, 28-inch bicycle wheels and a one-cylinder, one-horsepower gasoline engine. It had room for only one person and could not go in reverse. • On Oct. 12, 1915, British nurse Edith Cavell is executed by a German firing squad in Brussels for helping Allied soldiers escape from German- occupied Belgium during World War I. Cavell was honored with a statue in St. Martin's Place, just off London's Trafalgar Square. • On Oct. 11, 1923, in a botched robbery attempt, three men blow up the mail car of a Southern Pacific train carrying passengers through southern Oregon. 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No one expected the Braves to win, as the New York team had already won the championship 21 times. • On Oct. 15, 1965, David Miller, a young Catholic pacifist, becomes the first U.S. war protestor to burn his draft card in direct violation of a law forbidding such acts. He was later arrested, tried, found guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment. • On Oct. 13, 1975, singer Charlie Rich protests John Denver's big win at the Country Music Association Awards: Standing on stage to announce that year's winner, Rich opened the envelope, saw Denver's name written inside, reached into his pocket for a cigarette lighter and set the envelope on fire. © 2011 King Features Synd., Inc