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4 The Julian News Calendar Julian and Back Country Happenings November 10, 2010 ONGOING EVENTS Julian community Planning Group 2nd MondayEvery Month Town Hall -7pro Architectural Review Board 1st Tuesday of the Month Town Hall -7pm Greater Julian Firesafe Council 3rd Wednesday of the Month 2130 Wynola Road 7:00 - 8:00 pm information: 760-765-9763 November 20-21 Julian Arts Guild - Julian Open Studios Tour 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Maps $10 available at the Town Hall. November 20 thru December 19 9th Annual Miniature Fine Art Show- Banner Queen Art Gallery Reception, Nov. 20, 1-5 p.m. (760) 765-2168 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- Old Witch Creek School House - 2133 4th Street Julian Arts Guild Fourth Tuesday of Month Julian Library 6:00pro Gentle Morning Yoga - Fridays - 9 am Julian Library 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 NOVEMBER EVENTS American Indian Heritage Month Every Sunday - Julian Certified Farmers' Market 11-4 at Wynola Farms Marketplace. Local Produce, Specialty Foods, Shopping & Wine Tasting, Live Music. Every Sunday, (weather permitting): Julian Doves & Desperados - historic comedy skits at 1pro, 2pro & 3pro - stage area/ocated behind Julian Market & Deft. November 10 R U Game Play Wii Games & eat pizza! Julian Library- 12:30 November 25 Free Thanksgiving Dinner Julian Town Hall 11am - 2 prn provided by Julian's Calvary Chapel November 25 Thanksgiving Dinner at the Pine Hills Lodge- seatings at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m, & 4 p.m. Reservations required (760) 765- 1100 November 25 Thanksgiving Dinner at Jeremy's on the Hill - reservations required (760) 765- 1587 November 27 Julian Country Christmas and Tree Lighting -4to6 p.m. Pioneer Museum's Memorial Park November 29 Daffodil Planting - 10:30 Wynola Pizza Information 760 522 8244 (Sally) DECEMBER EVENTS December 1 1st Day of Hanukkah December 3 Triangle Club's Community Christmas with Santa - 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. - Town Hall December 4 thru 23 Julian Tea & Cottage Arts presents its 16th Annual Victorian Christmas Teas. Various seating times available, $22.95. Call 866-765-0832 for reservations. November 11 - Veterans Day November 15 Daffodil Planting - 10:45 Front Hillside of Orchard Hill Country Inn Information 760 522 8244 (Sally) November 16 Family Movie Night Eat popcorn & watch a movie on the big screen. November movie is about a boy and his dragon! Julian Library - 6pro December 6 Daffodil Planting Meet at the Post Office parking lot - 10 am, we will leave from there Information 760 522 8244 (Sally) Dec. 9-19 Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol"' by Julian Stage Company, Julian Town Hal Evening performances (7 P.M.): Dec. 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18. Matinee performances (1:30 P.M.) Dec. 11, 18, 19 For reservations call (760) 765-3789. Red Barn Welcomes Portland, Oregon & Julian's: Ezza Rose Come out to the Red Barn at Wynola Pizza Express Friday night, November 12 for a special show by Ezza Rose. Ezza Rose was born and raised right here in Julian. She moved to Portland, OR in 2007 where her music started to blossom. Coming from a town with a heavy folk and bluegrass scene, she found herself writing primarily in these veins. Ezza played solo for a little over a year when she stumbled across Aubrey Webber (cello, and back up vox), John Vecchiarelli (drums) and William Joersz (upright bass). The four started playing shows, and in doing so, found Ashley King (violin, back up vox) and Kyle Butz (banjo, ukulele, accordion). On this particular tour Ezza Rose will not have the full band...just Kyle Butz and guest Stephen Connolly contributing horns, bass and guitar. With lilting three part harmonies, some blues, bluegrass, and folk influences, Ezza Rose has found a niche in the rising indie-pop scene. The group now plays in venues ranging from hole-in-the-wall bars to Portland's most coveted stages. The band is currently on a tour of California and this will be the only show Ezza Rose will play in her hometown so don't miss out. It all begins at 6pm. "Ezza Rose is a young, rising star in the local folk arena. Her beautiful voice and stunning sense of melody and harmony has quickly gained her a loyal following" - The Woods(magazine) Eireann Hutchinson/Ezza Rose in performance with her band mates. Trails and Rails Saturday Night On Saturday night, November 13 the Red Barn stage will belong to the trio Trails and Rails. YValt Richards and Paula Strong, duo founders of Trails & Rails are joined by singer/guitarist and autoharp player extraordinaire, Ken ilcox. The trio has a large repertoire of cowboy and train songs, along with standard folk, old time songs and instrumentals. Without trains, the American interior could not have opened up when it did. Wkhout trains, the cowboy as we envision him, on that long trail driveto Abilene, would not exist. Trails & Rails combines their western historical interests with their love of cowboy and train songs to bring yCu the best of both. The fun begins at 6pm. Upcoming shows... Friday, November 19 - Mountain Tribal Gypsy Saturday, November 20 - Sara Petite; Country and Americana Sunday, November 21 - Lisa Sanders; Singer Songwriter Friday, November 26 - Grand Canyon Sundown; Country Rock and Mountain Favorites Saturday, November 27- Beyond The Pale, from Celtic to Classics Sunday, November 28 - Debut Performance For more information call :: ::: : ii:!!: i i00ii::ii:00i!iiiii 00ii00:i00i iiiiiii] [ ,1 ::/J ': 1 HOME SERVICES WynolaPizzaExoress765-1004 nz .fits Tern le We areatriskofproducingmore D CI " rain eanmg I  .JFirewd&Sp[ittiServices II III Service & Repair [ *** , ' e Remodel Additions II/l ' 0ak-$250 Pine-S150 Cedar-S175 II lU "" III ,V'j% percord. Delivered and Stacked ,, ]i. t.n t.. ,.,, iJ[ [ ! eat .i.m s 760 765 39o511! _=___ ,asonOs00orne m CABINETRY: FRAMING  ,,p ...... THEHE Rfl ROORNG. 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On Nov. 11, 1885, George Smith Patton, one of the great American generals of World War II, is born in San Gabriel, Calif. Patton was one of the most controversial of the U.S. commanders, known to make eccentric claims that he was a direct descendant of great military leaders of the past through reincarnation. On Nov. 8, 1895, physicist Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen becomes the first person to 0076o00765.2601 ,.x 765-2797 cell: 619-972-0152 ACTIVITIES 6 LODGING ' *-- Sunday orner  Main u 'A' Streets Friday 12th Roy Wathen i Saturday 13th Still Smokin' i Grand Canyon Saturday 2oth Sundown Saturday 27th Smart Brothers COVER CHARGE GOES DIRECTLY TO THE PERFORMERS.--J "- ,00rfielc d ,0000eahfast Five unique guest rooms, near town, on 3 wooded acres with extensive ! gardens, benches and pathways. Our guests enjoy a full breakfast j each day, goodies in the afternoon and unsurpassed hospitality, j Our adjacent BLACK OAK CABIN provides another option for your getaway! ] & www, blackoa I -- F_o.r_MQr.e_lof_Qr.matio.n:_7_6.0-_7_65:2.1.7_9_qr_8.0_O-_3.7_9-_4262 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 riding and lodging packages. www.julianaetive.eom by reservation 7 i0.700005.1598 t 'wim Club Memberships available NOW! (760) 765 1420 A Bed & Breakfast Mountain Inn with Country Hospitality 23 Air Conditioned Rooms Priwtc Baths Cable TV !i( I '1 BI H _ observe X-rays. Rontgen's discovery occurred accidentally in his Wurzburg, Germany, lab, where he was testing whether cathode rays could pass through glass. On Nov. 10, 1932, Roy Scheider, the actor best known for his role as the police chief of a beach community terrorized by a killer shark in the 1975 movie "Jaws," is born in Orange, N.J. "Jaws," directed by Steven Spielberg, became the first movie in history to gross more than $100 million. On Nov. 14, 1941, "Suspicion," a romantic thriller starring Cary Grant and directed by Alfred Hitchcock, makes its debut. The film marked the first time that Grant and Hitchco'ck worked together. The two would later collaborate on "Notorious," "To Catch a Thief" and "North by Northwest." On Nov. 13, 1974, 28-year- old Karen Sitkwood, a technician at a plutonium plant operated by the Kerr-McGee Corporation, is killed in a suspicious car accident near Crescent, Okla. She was on her way to a meeting with a reporter for The New York Times, reportedly with a folder full of documents that proved that Kerr- McGee was acting negligently when it came to worker safety at the plant. On Nov. 9, 1989, East German officials open the Berlin Wall, allowing travel from East to West Berlin. The following day, celebrating Germans began to tear down the wall, reducing it to rubble that was quickly snatched up by souvenir hunters. (c) 2010 King Features Synd, Inc