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November 2, 2011 EBT Here 2117 Main Street L Money  dmy 9 Lm - 6 pm 8uny 9 am - 5 pm 7eo, .Tes. e2ee y Cleaning Service In by Tuesday, Back by Friday Phone in Your Meat and Deli Orders - No Waiting j- Ancient Bead Show Comes To Mountain Beadworks 760 765 1020 ULIAN (E, STERYEAR00 Unique and Old Fashionedl Collectibles Gifts Local Music Wall Art Candles in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 Stubbornness does have its helpful features. You always know what you are going to be thinking tomorrow. -- Glen Beaman Ancient bead expert Paul Johnson inspecting bead. Beads have been a part of Beadworks for a free, world history for thousands of years. They have been used for adornment and for trade, and the beads tell us a lot about the people that made them, their civilization, and their ability to be Rabobank customers now have free use of ATMs at more than 500 .gyxeaa. stores throughout California. 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Rabobaik eeeivedi e ighestnumedcalscoeaiogretai banks nCa fomaintheptoprietayJ.D, Power at'd Associates 2011 Rt ,'li B< rlkilt 9 Satisfactio Stldy :; Sty based ot 51,620 total res>oitses ireasLirin 9 } ovidera in California and measures opiniols of colsurel s with tleir primary bnl n9 oi<*:, Pro et,fy [tlc!y res t ac. baed el exI>orin:'s znd pe,'ce tior!s of cons!liners 5rveyed n Lltl#ry 20 1 Your exriences mayvaly.Visit 2-day event, Saturday and Sunday, November 5th and 6th. Some of these unusual and unique beads will also be for sale. Paul's personal collection includes beads from Africa, the Middle East, Europe, China; Indonesia, Mexico, South America, the Philippines and the American Southwest. He owns beads that range from 7,000 years BC to 50 years ago, including Neolithic, pro- Columbian, and everything in between. His catalog, which includes individual beads, pendants, small groups of beads as well as entire strands of beads of a given type, has recently exceeded 2,000 items. "Because many antique and ancient beads are rare and valuable, the items in this show .wil! .be highly variable aq;ci:rnost Wi'll fal. into the ,category f one, of-a-kind. These beads and pendants sell for prices that are higher than the mass-produced beads most of us are familiar with in today's fashion jewelry. For example, there is one type of old stone bead which comes from Tibet and Nepal. Known as Dzi beads, some extremely rare examples have sold for more than $30,000 apiece! Unfortunately there are cases of unscrupulous people who have learned to manufacture very convincing replicas of these valuable Dzi, beads. There is a very high risk of buying a counterfeit one from anyone who is not a well-trusted and reputable dealer," notes Paul. In this show Paul will have beads made from the following materials: glass, stone, amber, coral, bone, seeds, grass (basketry beads), and wood. Among the beads and pendants to be offered in this show, Paul will have: African trade beads, usually made of glass, and dating from the early 1800's to the early 1900's Stone beads from Africa, the Middle East, and especially from India. These will range in age from 2 or 3 thousand years BC to the 1800's. Amber beads, mostly from the Baltic region, ranging from 1800's to contemporary. *- Jade beads from China, ranging from early 1800's to middle 1900's. Jade pendants from China, ranging from 1700's to contemporary. Brass beads, hand-made in West Africa as well as Burma, ranging from early 1800's. Stone beads from Pre- Columbian Latin America. Many other types of unusual beads, with varying backgrounds and of a variety of ages. Paul JohnsOn currently lives in Borrego Springs, where he continues his love of interesting beads. Mr. Johnson has given slide show/lectures on the history of beads to The Los Angeles Bead Society, the Orange County Bead Society, and the San Diego Bead Society. He served on the Board of Directors for The Bead The Julian News 3 IIT00 jULIAN TREE COMPANy1 Local Tperience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 eo Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 WE-8690A Rare Pre-Columbian carved shell beads from Mexico, about 800 years old, on display at the show. Bodom style powder glass beads, made by hand in Ghana from recycled glass - for sale at the show. Museum, previously located in Prescott, Arizona: This Ancient Bead Show and sale will be held on Saturday and Sunday, November 6 and 7 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. It will be held at Mountain Beadworks, located at 4470 Highway 78 in Wynola, just 3 miles west of Main Street Julian. This event is free, but Paul's collection is one- of-a-kind, so don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity. For additional information, call 760- 765-3100 or check out Mountain Beadworks website: www. Julian Farmers Market Marks Second Anniversary by Albert Lewis This month marks t of successful operatio Julian Certified Farmer. Of course, as with anytl" "successful" is a relal But before explaining o years for the Market. g in life, ive term. that, our like to sa THANK family would / YOU to all of you Who have attended the Farmer' Market and invite anyone whol hasn't to come by and pay us a /isit. WE NEED YOUl I As I suggested alove, our success has been hard f often elusive. Its been case of the 'chicken egg' (I couldn't resist t pun). The vendors w customers and the want more vendors. fought hard to attract quality vendors throu(. two years. But, as m know, this hasn't been a few cold Julian winte have operated the mar few as two vendors. Ir of fall we have had as twenty two vendors in ( guess you could say its different from other bus Julian--its either feast( That said, I woul( share the current sta Farmers' Market. A writing, our market h up onto the patio area Farms Marketplace, to Mountain Beadwo new location has a s friendly and inviting atr All the vendors are around a central han 3ughtand a classic and the at farmy ant more ustomers We have and keep Ihout the ny of you easy. On days, we et with as the peak many as ne day. I not much nesses in r famine. I like to te of the of this s moved )f Wynola adjacent ks. The ffer, more nosphere. )ositioned out area complete with picnic tables and umbrella& We have entertaining music scheduled for much of the fall season. And, most importantly, we have some high quality vendors selling unique and locally made art, gifts (like locally made goats milk soap) and specialty foods including honey, bee pollen, local wild-crafted tea, jams and jellies, humus, bread, taPanades, barbeque sauce, locally made sausage and bratwurst, beef jerky, hand squeezed organic juice blends, organic baby foods and treats, avocado cooking and salad oils and hand lotions, maple syrup and maple creams and more. Occasionally, we have Julian- raised, organic fed eggs. If you've been to the Farmers' Market before and been disappointed, please come back and try us again. We're here to stay and we hope everyone can appreciate the challenge of running a Farmers' Market in such a remote, rural and constantly changing environment. Our goal is to improve with each coming week, offering more options and opportunities to the local Julian area. One final note: We 'plan to close the Farmers' Market from late December to late April of each year beginning this December. This should give us all a much needed break. Once again, thank you and we hope to see you soon!