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December 14, 2011 The Julian News 7 Live in Julian, Shop in Julian Business Spotlight: Christmas Shopping In Julian Well it's officially that time of the year and many of us are just now starting to do our Christmas shopping. I would like to encourage you to shop local before heading down the hill so I've come up with a few suggestions to complete your gift list this year. If you've got little guys in the house, try stopping in to Julian. Toy Chest. They have all kind of toys for toddlers and elementary, school kids along with some great stocking stuffers. The Candy Basket and the Candy Mine have all kinds of treats for stockings too: If you're going to a holiday party and are looking for a gift to bring, try picking up a pie from one of the local pie shops (Apple Alley, Julian Pie Co. and Mom's) or bring a bottle wine from one Of our local wineries (Menghini, Blue Door, Orfila, Witch ' Creek and Jenkins). You can also put together a wine basket, always a great gift for that hard to buy for person. Have a cook in the family? Try stopping in the Julian Tea Cottagel they have an awesome selection of:kitchen gadgets and goodies. Quinn Knives sells a selection of kitchen knives and for the outdoorsman they have a great selection of knives for the hunter, hiker and fisherman. Stop in Julian Imports, Kathy's Dress Shop or Mountain Gypsy to find a pretty top, scarf or purse for your sister, mom, daughter or friend. You can't go wrong with some silver, or brighten jewelry for a young lady which you can the Secret Shopper find at multiple shops in town. The Birdwatcher has great gifts for anyone who enjoys wildlife and stop in the Blue Heron .for a gift for the gardener. There is always that hard person to buy for so try looking for unique and different gifts in Julian Yesteryears, Falcon Gallery and Wynola Junction AntiqUes. The Warm Hearth and the Old Julian Garage have a little something fun for almost anyone. If you have a book lover that you're looking to buy for then you really have to shop at the Julian Bookhouse. Take advantage of all that Julian has to offer in to account when your shopping for your family and friends this, holiday season. APPLE Mashers - C dJcs - Wall Art How To Protect Holiday Tech Gifts (StatePoint) It's going to be a high-tech holiday season. Whether you are buying a mobile device for a loved one or browsing online stores on your tablet from the comfort of your couch or using your smartphone to comparison shop while you cruise the mall, technology is taking holiday shopping into the 21st century. Consumers who dread the crowds of brick and mortar holiday shopping increasingly are using the Web to look for deals and corn pare prices. Mobile apps also can help consumers search and identify the item they want, determine its availability and locate the most convenient place to pick it up or have it delivered. Additionally, new mobile couponing apps often offer local deals. "High-tech shopping is a growing trend in several 2011 holiday shopping surveys as 46 percent of consumers plan to make mobile purchases of everything from clothes to gift cards this holiday season," said Joe Erdeman, president of Assurant Solutions' extended protection solutions business. "Shoppers surfing their smartphones also will look for great deals on high- tech devices with 36 percent of shoppers planning to purchase one or more gadgets for friends and family during the holiday season." Whether you are giving or receiving these high tech gadgets, it ts mportant to remember that these devices are significant financial investments. And savvy shoppers not only look for great value, but also peace of mind. Protection plans can help by making sure that such expensive devices remain in good working condition when the time comes to trade in and upgrade to the latest and greatest. Mobile device owners can be very hard on their smartphones or tablets, resulting in accidental damage and loss so you may want to consider purchasing a protection plan. When purchasing a protection plan it is tmportant to rewew the terms and conditions, according to the experts at Assurant Solutions, a leading global provider of extended warranties. Some plans offer a wider range of protection than others. Be sure to ask the following q uestions: Is the plan ommercial 000 000 ptions EGASCheck- rA3P. p, 24 Hour Emergency Service Winter Reading The Winter Reading Program is underway for the San Diego County Library. From December 5 through January 15, you may fill out an entry form for every five (5) items you check out (one entry per day.) On Saturday, we will select one or two winners from each age category (Children Teens and Adult) and the randomly selected persons will be notified to come in and select a prize. It is extremely simple. Just come into the library, check out 5 items and complete an entry form. Drop it in the appropriate canister. You don't have to write a book review or keep a log of materials read. You just fill out the form at check out and are eligible to win a prize. Books, magazines and mowes are al eligible items to count as a check out. Come, use the library, and help to increase our circulation statistics during what would normally be a Cluiet time and be eligible for a prize. You even get to pick your prize from the cart of items available. We'll see you at the library! The library is located at 1850 Highway 78. Julian, CA . ~:..~ ,..,~... 92036. Our telephone number is - -'" ~?'W~[ ~60L765-037"0. Program Going Strong At Library transferab.le to the gift recipient? Is accidental damage covered? Wha[ about Ios~ and theft? Can the item be traded in later for store credit toward an upgrade? Your recipient may not need all features, but you should know what you're getting. In addition, every shopper should remember to keep their receipts. More information can be found at Additional protection for expensive technology is a thoughtful way to ensure your mobile gift will stick around for a long time to come. Before buying a video game for younger players, always check the rating. See page 9 Christmas Tradition continued from page 1 to each other while enriching the cultural life of our community. Theatergoers set aside the pressures of the holiday season, bundle up against the December chill to come out for an afternoon or evening's entertainment and immerse themselves in the timeless story, inspiring music, creative setting and special effects. For everyone tnvolved, Scrooge, the spiritsof Christmas past, present and future, the Cratchits and Tiny Tim and the rest of Dickens's cast of characters offer insights to our own daily struggles and foibles and give us hope for our own Christmas epiphany. The finn performances are this weekend, Friday and, Saturday evening at 7pro with Saturday and Sunday [natinees at 1:30 in the afternoon. Tickets are only $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. For ticket information call (760) 765-3789. The Little Camp That Could continued from page 3 "Although most people come to the camp to enjoy nature and improve their instrumental skills, at the Julian Family Fiddle Camp, they invariably meet, eat and play music with the other cam pers. This is essential," says Ellisman, "for while the 'ledger sheet' is important, the true measure of a music camp's success is how often camp attendees get out and play tunes with others once the camp is over." As an example, EIlisman references arecent comment posted on the Julian Family Fiddle Camp's website by a past attendee: "1 made many new friends and contacts through fiddle camp and enjoy seeing them around town at different events. I recently hosted a bluegrass jam at my house with some of my fiddle camp friends along with several performance level bluegrass musicians. I was humbled by the joy of that music and those who came to share the evening in my home. I look forward to seeing everyone at fiddle camp next year!!!!" "Now that," smiles Ellisman, "is success." You can check the camp's website, for more information, or contact Avery Ellisman directly by calling (760) 522-8458. 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