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December 30, 2009 Sweet Monday's The Julian News 3 by Roberta Pitt 4470 Highway 78 Julian, Ca ' Julian Certified rl "From our farms to your table" CERTIFIED FARHERS - ARTISAN]S FOOD COURT - LiVE MUSIC EVERY SUNDAY li 4 Ladies, if you would like to have a fun night out with other women of the community, you are invited to an evening of fun and light refreshments at Hillside Community Church on January 4. The guest speaker for the upcoming Sweet Monday event will be Linn Dunton of Alpine. Linn has been a public speaker for the past 23 years, is the mother of four daughters, and is a breast cancer survivor. Linn is an accomplished figure in the sports world ranking #1 in the United States in Javelin throw and 2nd in the world. She will be sharing a message with us entitled "Running the Race with Endurance," touching on points that many of us can relate to. Sweet Monday's is at 6:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall located on the corner of 3rd & C St. in Julian. Child care is provided. So mark your calendar for January 4th and come establish new friendships and enjoy a girl's night out. Further information can be obtained through the church office at 760-765-3691. Stargazing in the Desert INDOOR & OUTDOOR ~ RAIN OR SHINE! ! Locally Grown Fruits & Vegetables Dennis Mammana will given Fresh Baked Breads-Jams & Jel|ie [ sneak peek at celestial events Cookies & Pastries Iil to anticipate in the new year le, in his outdoor Desert Skies Lecture, 2010: A Celestial Preview, on Mole ,fl ifl / Local Art & Crafts-Massage [ ! I Saturday, January 23, at 7 pm, in the Nierenberg Amphitheater at the / I Fresh Lemonade-Live Music- Wine Tasting I I [ State Park Visitor Center. Weather permitting, telescope viewing will PYese% [ JulianHardCiderTastingComingSoonl Jl1 follow. A$hdonationissuggested;noreservationsareneeded. E Does Your Child Have The Flu i Bayer's 'Blue Yonder' Or A Cold? At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery (NAPSI)-Every year, as many as 40 percent of children ................................ ............. ............... may become infected with the i i number of things. If their child is having difficulty breathing, difficulty eating or if she or he \i~i~ At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, January 9th through February 14th, 2010, will be Blue Yonder, a one person exhibit featuring the work of San Diego landscape painter Joan Boyer. On exhibit will be the artist's new oil and watercolor paintings, both plein air and studio, with a selection of the paintings in the show painted at or referenced from mountain areas near Julian. Reception for the Artist will be Saturday, January 9th, 4-8 PM. Admission is free. The public is invited. Joan Boyer says this of her upcoming exhibit Blue Yonder: "Although a handful of these new paintings show stormy weather or fog, most depict a sunny day. Right now, I want my paintings to be like a drive in the countryside on a perfect day. We're in a convertible, it's warm, and there's a picnic lunch and a bottle of wine in the trunk". As a painter Joan Boyer is known for being a colorist and for the richly textured, almost alive feel to the surface of her oil paintings. She is also known for what she calls her 'long shadows paintings', for capturing the late afternoon light in her work, that time when the trees cast long shadows on the ground, making abstract shapes. She likes it when a painting's composition takes on abstract qualities. She says: "1 like to play with the viewer's mind and coax it to cross back and forth from a landscape to an abstract". She particularly likes to paint the long shadows of the Santa Ysabel valley and explains: I want to portray the land without reference to any decade. Fortunately the Santa Ysabel valley has changed little in the 16 years that I have been painting there. Joan Boyer lives in San Diego and spends a good deal of time hiking and painting the county's mountain and backcountry areas, painting small oils or making small watercolors which will serve as studies for larger studio paintings. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in Art History from the University of California and has taught high school and art in adult education classes as well as being a professional painter for many years. She has lived in Mexico and American Samoa. She is known for pioneering the use of a GPS device as a method of documenting and preserving scenic plein air painting locations for herself and for future generations of landscape painters. Boyer is the subject of an article on her use of the GPS in a 2008 issue of The Christian Science Monitor. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is located at 30352 Highway 78 at Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, seven miles below Julian. Admission to the gallery is free. Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday, 11AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. The gallery is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call (760) 765-1676. influenza virus. Flu season typically stretches through winter into early spring. In the midst of the flu season, parents know it is as important as ever to be vigilant and prepared. Unfortunately, parents are often left guessing about their child's diagnosis because the flu shares many symptoms with the common cold, such as a cough, sore throat and headache. Even fever is not a reliable indicator. Fever can be seen in both the flu and a cold, since children are more likely than adults to have an elevated temperature when they have a cold. Health care professionals recommend that children see their pediatrician for testing and treatment at the onset of symptoms. According to Dr. Frank Nadal of Nadal Pediatrics, "While most of the time the flu is not a severe illness in children, it can be quite serious in others. I advise parents to look out for a has a high temperature, those are times, among others, that parents need to seek medical attention ." It is vital that the virus be diagnosed quickly. Influenza is a contagious disease, and a child can pass around the flu for more than a week. The most widely used rapid test among physicians is the QuickVue Influenza A+B test, a fast and painless test that can detect the presence of the influenza virus. The test is simple, requiring just a nasal swab, and can provide results in 10 minutes or less. Once flu is detected, physicians may prescribe anti-viral drugs, which have been found to be more effective the earlier they are given. Furthermore, parents get peace of mind knowing that their children are receiving the most appropriate treatment option available. For more information, visit www.flutest.com or ask your physician about flu testing. More Of The Decade In Julian August 2004 - are instai School to accommodate student who will not be able to use the "retrofit" class rooms because of construction defects. The issuing law suite would take almost five years to settle. June 2009 - The last power pole is removed from downtown marking the end a 7 year struggle to underground utilities. iiiiiii!ililiiii!ii Da. D.. fo Jo "Savi.0 p[a.et o.e be[[O at a time" Beginning Belly Dance Class size is limited andfilling up fast Call Toni (760-765-1905)for pre-registration and information Class fee for the 8 weeks is $40.00 - Due onfirst night class January 7h[~ S ron! Did you know you could win in free 9 r s? l