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December 1, 2010 The Julian News 7 Director of the PROJECT rely on morel" School of Law !I AT I:00 ¢ 78, Julian Dance Centre of Ramona "N utcracker" This year, Ramona residents won't have to drive down the hill to see a holiday tradition. That's because the Dance Centre of Ramona will be performing "The Nutcracker" at the Olive Peirce Middle School Performing Arts Center. "We are the only Nutcracker production in town," says Chi Varnado, owner of the Dance Cent}e. "The performances will include Ballet, Modern and Gymnastics. The Mountain Tribal Gypsy, the Julian belly-dancing troupe, will play the Arabian dancers." "Every year we put on a different story ballet," she says. 'Tve been teaching classes to the children of Ramona and surrounding areas for more than 30 years." The ages of the performers range from three years old to adults. All are enrolled in classes at the Dance Centre. The public is invited to "The Nutcracker," the classic tale of ,,,ae, a magical nutcracker, given to Clara by her godfather, Herr I 1 BOOKK E Drosselmeyer. As the nutcracker and Office File Organization comes to life, so do other toys and figures, and a highlight of 14~dH~?~AGI9~0Road Julie Press the performance is the climatic Bonded, 28Yrs Experience fight between the nutcracker (760) 765 2620 QuickB0oks Premier, fax (760) 765 COPIES e COt FED EX e UPS Pro & Online QuickB0oks Payroll Let me train you to do ityourselfl 760 765 5856 • Representing Victims of Serious Accidents • Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims 0seph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 619-235-0307 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 m No Recovery. No Fee --- l: Checking ® Savings Home Equity • Business Banking 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FOIC Rabobank LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting . 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The Ramona performance will be held on Thursday, Dec 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the OPMS Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $5 each at the door or $20 per family. A second performance will be held Sat. Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Julian High School gymnasium. New students will be accepted into the classes after the holidays. For more information call Chi Varnado at 760-789-8532. The Dance Centre of Ramona is located at 2405 Main, Suite 7, Ramona. Babysitting Fun With Interactive Video Game (NAPSA)- A new video game for WiiTM lets girls and their families experience adventures in babysitting in a fun and innovative way. "Babysitting Mama" is the latest release in the best-selling Cooking Mama franchise that has sold over 7 million units and turned players of all ages into cooking, gardening, crafting and now babysitting enthusiasts. It's the first game that lets girls play with a Wii game and interactive baby together. When players tuck the Wii RemoteTM into the back of the plush baby included with the game, the baby itself turns into the controller. In this one-of-a-kind play experience, girls can enjoy 40 different activities, from feeding, changing and playing peek-a- boo, to rocking the in-game baby asleep as they rock the plush baby in their arms. The plush baby also "comes to life" as cries and coos play through the Wii Remote inside the baby, making it seem as if baby is responding directly to the player's care. The game features six unique babies, each with his or her own personality and needs, along with a range of indoor and outdoor environments that mama and baby can play in together. The game also supports two- player mode, so friends can see who the better babysitter is. When the game is off, players can continue to play with the baby, and even use the adorable cradle packaging as part of the play experience. Published by Majesco Entertainment, the game is rated E and is now available at major retail stores nationwide for $49.99. To watch the gameplay trailer and learn more, visit www. Over 60 years serving the community we live in. ons 24 Hour Emergency Service %ii}~:,~#>~:~klt/lCOUNCItllr'll'~"~"'~ Ben Sulser, District Manager Coko Brown At Farmers Market Coko Brown has been enjoying the San Diego Music scene for approximately 20 years, contributing vocals, guitar, and bass with bands in San Diego and more recently, in Julian. Her solo act is comprised mostly of originals, many written in collaboration with long-time friend and band mate, Jackie Jones. A pairing of rock, blues, folk, and pop provides the inspiration for these original tunes. The lyrical content is often topical, pitched with humor and San Diego locales. In addition, she covers a variety of familiar songs that might bring a nostalgic smile and prompt you to sing along. Come enjoy the fun. Julian Certified Farmers' Market, at the Wynola Farms Marketplace this Sunday from Noon until 3.