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4 The Julian News October 31, 2012 Calendar ONGOING EVENTS Julian Community Planning Group 2nd Monday Every Month Town Hall - 7pm Friday Morning Yoga Class with Karen Faught Julian Library - 9am Architectural Review Board 1st Tuesday of the Month Town Hall - 7pm Julian Merchants Association Board - 2nd Wednesday - 8am Breakfast - 3rd Wednesday of the 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 Zumba Fitness Classes Monday & Friday 6pro - Town Hall Wednesday 9;00 am - Town Hall Drug Free Julian Second Thursday of the Month Julian Library -6pm contact Jean Duffy: 760 765 2228 Cuyamaca Firebelles 3rd Saturday of each month Cuyamaca (JCFPD) Fire House, at 10:30 am. for information: Betty Gibson - 760 765 2700. , Every Sunday (Weather permitting): Julian Doves & Desperados - historic comedy skits at1 pro, 2 pm & 3 pm - stage area behind Julian Market & Dell. NOVEMBER Thursday, November 1 Chamber of Commerce Mixer 5:30 - Rabobank Saturday, November 3 Friends Of The Library Party Julian Library - 6pm Sunday, November 4 Day Light Saving Time ENDS Turn Clocks back one hour Tuesday, November 6 ELECTION DAY - Vote Bilingual Storytime for Children With Miss Vero Fourth Tuesday of the Month Julian Library- 1:00 pm Julian Arts Guild General Meeting Second Wed. of the Month Julian Library - 3 pm (program) Fourth Tuesday of Month Julian Library - 6:00 University of Wednesday. Elementary school class visits for extended learning. Wednesdays, Sept. 5,12. & 26, 12:40- 2:10 pm. Every Wednesday t 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 First & Third Wednesday • New Baby/Breast feeding Support Group at Wynola's Daily Perc Wynola Farms Marketplace. Facilitated by Wisdom Within Holistic Care.- Call 760-877-9939 or www.wisdomwithinwynola.com for more information. Second & Fourth Wednesdays Feeding America Julian Library parking lot- 10:30am Shelter Valley Community Center - 12pro ,, Kids Kraft with Ms Patty First Thursday of the Month i Julian Library - 2:30 pm Monday November 12 Veterans Day Tuesday, November 13 Music On The Mountain Evan Marshall - Entertainer/ Mandolin Virtuoso Julian Library - 6pm Wednesday, November 14 Feeding America Julian Library Parking Lot- 10:30 Saturday, November 17 SVVFD Open House and Chili Cook-Off 12pm-4pm (chili contestants need to have their entry in by 11:30) We will have live music, fun prizes for our top 3 chili cooks, tours of the station, and a "meet and greet" with our volunteers! Chili and fixin's will be available for a small donation. Shelter Valley Volunteer Fire Station Saturday, November 17 3 ON 3 Basketball Tournament All ages boys/girls are encouraged to participate with Elementary, Middle, High School, and Adult divisions. Winners will be receive a T-Shirt and Gift Cards. - Sign Up by November 1. Jiulian High Gym Wednesday, November 21 Julian Merchants Association Networking Breakfast Pancho Villa's 8am $8 members/S10 non-members Thursday, November 22 Thanksgiving Teen Craft with Miss Tonya Second Thursday of the Month Julian Library - 2:30pro Saturday, November 24 Country Christmas-Tree Lighting Pioneer Park 4th & Washington CAL RUSnNeS if you are having or kn w an event in nl Lake Cuyamaca; Happenings column, plea ontact the JUL NEWS at PO Box enlngs Friday Nathan James The One Man Blues Band Fresh from a cruise of the Caribbean, Nathan James brings his washboard sound back to Wynola on Friday night. Never one to follow convention, and always one to think for himself, Nathan James has created a musical identity with his homemade instruments and self taught skills. Whether you ca'tch Nathan James as his true one man band pickin' and scratchin' on his own invention of washboard guitar, stomping out time on his custom suitcase drum set while singing and blowing harmonica or kazoo; or leading his new trio, you are sure to be moved and impressed with the unique energy and soul that he possesses. Nathan James is a well respected and experienced artist in his field. For 15 years now, he has successfully made his living touring and recording, solely specializing on his passion of blues, and American roots music. Starting his career of full time gigging musician at age 18, Nathan is no stranger to live performance and no stranger to Wynola. If you haven't checked out Nathan and his sound, Friday starting at six Wynola's Red Barn is where you want to be. Try one of the 35 varieties of beer, ale and hard cider while you're there. ,. • , , ; , i¸¸ Corner of Main & 'A' Streets Restaurant & Saloon r at 11: ..... Company Beers Now on Tap'. Saturday 3 Costume Doug Phillips Friday 9 One Man Band Saturday lO WILD NITE All live music shows start at 8 pm ht DEBUT From Montana, Cash For Junkers Making a trip down from their mountain home in Montana, Wynola Pizza brings Cash For Junkers to town for their San Diego County debut this Saturday Night starting at six. Cash For Junkers plays swingin' western music. Combining classic western swing, honky tonk country, and early jazz, C4J has a unique and original sound that will keep you dancing all night IongT Cash For Junkers has been playing our unique blend of western swing, honky tonk country, and early jazz in the Northwest since 1998. Our ever-changing songlist includes obscure jems from the catalogs of Bob Wills, Cab Calloway, Bull Moose Jackson, George Jones, as well as great original songs. Our energetic shows are perfect for swing dancing and having a good time. Band members Tyler Roady(guitar, vocals), Nate Biehl(mandolin, guitar, fiddle, tenor banjo, vocals), Grace Decker(fiddle, mandolin, vocals), Jeff Turman(upright bass, vocals), John Rosett(guitar, steel guitar, mandolin), and Caleb VanGelder(drums) each bring their own perspectives and ideas to the music, creating a sound that's that unique Cash For Junkers music! Come on out Saturday night at six as Wynola Pizza's Red Barn Trail Julian Stables • Guided Trail Rides. • Breathtaking views of the Julian Countryside. • Your guide fills you in on local history and help advance your riding skills. • Ask us about our on-site iding and lodging packages. www.julianactive.eom reservation (760) 765 ~ 1420 r A Bed & Breakfast Mountain Inn with Country Hospitality • 23 Air Conditioned Rooms • Private Baths • Cabl6 TV 4th & C Streets Julian provides a comfy down home friendly atmosphere. The tables are ready for you to have your dinner delivered, they now offer over 35 different beers, ales and of course hard apple cider, plus a very affordable wine list, making your evening of entertainment a bargin " as much as a pleasure. ' Bruce Strachota i _ ,. Fridays and Saturday's Wynola Pizza present some of the area's finest music always with no cover, we ask that you do provide a small Grading, Demolition, gratuity to the musicians (tip jar provided) and enjoy youyr evening of Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, • . food, libation and music. Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base FA JvvXek !t Do nr cr f¢/ Upcoming WynolaPizza &Bistro Shows: Friday, November 9 - Calico - once know as American Bloomers en Saturday, November 10- Shirthouse Bluegrass Band Handyman Service Brusl Firewood Sunday, November 11 - Private Party in Red Barn Brian Denny Friday, November 16- Sara Petite 7~ :~ 760/765-1337 Too Big For You? For more information call Wynola Pizza & Bistro 760-765-1004 .Too Small For Them'; cell: 6.19-9 -0152 760/212-4954(0} T0oFunForMe' J~u,~L S~J~L CHIMNEY SWEEP Moments Tutankhamen, preserved for PELLET, GAS,& WOOD DRYERS EXHAUSTS & VENTS SWAMP COOLERS DONNA LORD (760) 484-3294 "1 can do it" ...through Christ who s~'engths me "- Phil. 4:13 intime THE HISTORY CHANNEL more than 3,000 years. • On Nov. 3, !930, the Detroit- Windsor Tunnel between the United States and Canada is officially opened to auto traffic. • On Oct. 30, 1893, the Each end of the tunnel had a World's Columbian "Exposition 100-foot-tall ventilation tower; closes in Chicago. Fairgoers each tower held 12 huge fans, were offered a chance to see six for pumping fresh air into the the first gas,powered motorcar, tunnel and six for exhaust. The an alternating-current power tunnel's ventilation system still plant, a 46-foot-long cannon, works just as well today as it did a 1,500-pound Venus de Milo 80 yearsago. made of chocolate, and Juicy • On Oct. 29, 1948, a killer Fruit gum. smog continues to hover over • On Nov. 4, 1922, British Donora, Pa. The town's steel archaeologist Howard Carter mills and a zinc smelting plant and his workmen discover a had released excessive amounts stone sarcophagus containing of sulfuric acid, carbon monoxide three coffins nested within each and other pollutants into the Other. Inside the final coffin, atmosphere. Over a five-day which was made of solid gold, period, the smog killed some was the mummy of the boy-king 20 people and made thousands more seriouslyitl, as a tough, anti-authoritarian, • On Oct. 31, 1950, 21-year- poker-playing prisoner, debuts in old Earl Lloyd becomes the theaters. The film contained the first black man to play in an now-famous line: "What we have NBA game when he takes the here is a failureto communicate." court in the season opener for • On Nov. 2, 1986, Norwegian the Washington Capitols. The distance runner Grete Waltz Capitols had picked him in the wins her eighth New York City ninth round of the draft. After marathon. She finished the 26- seven games with the Capitols, mile, 385-yard course in 2:28.6, Lloyd was drafted into the military more than a mile ahead of the and sent to Korea for two years, second- and third-place women • On Nov. 1, 1967, "Cool Hand in the race. Luke," starring Paul Newman ©2012 King Features Synd.. Inc