Eleanor’s show this year will take place in the Town Hall and will feature her sister, Patricia Knoechel. These two sisters are quite unique and a lot of fun to be around. Eleanor’s new book, Quilts from El’s Attic, will be presented to allow you to ooh and ahhhh over the old patterns that have…

Estate Planning and Preparing the family for transitions seminar will be held May 3rd at Wynola Pizza at 6:00 pm in the Red Barn. “Local” Tosh McIntosh from Morgan Stanley in La Jolla will be the speaker. Free dinner will be provided by Wynola Pizza and the Orange Book. RSVP to Barbara Hedrick at 505-250-5160…

Whole Community Preparedness Another 9 week CERT basic training academy will begin on Tuesday, March 8, from 6 – 8:30 p.m. at the Julian Jr. High. The training includes, Disaster Preparedness, Fire Safety, Medical Operations, Light Search and Rescue, CERT Operations, Disaster Psychology, Terrorism, Review, Scenario and Graduation. If you are interested in the Basic…

Sunday, March 6th is the Volcan Mountain Foundation ‘s 25th Annual Dinner Dance & Auction. Please join us in recognizing Supervisor Dianne Jacob with VMF’s 2016 Guardian Award as we celebrate Connecting Kids & Communities With Nature! Reservations remain the same as in recent years at $75 per person. This year you can make your…

Created for Hoskings Ranch Subdivision Action and Resource The Planning Commission meets on Feb. 5 at 9 am to consider the application to develop the 1400 acre parcel at the corner of Pine Hills Road and route 78 The county planning commission will hear the application to develop this property on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016,…

Update on 1/22/16 Spread the word… first rehearsal for the new Julian Arts Chorale is coming up on Monday, February 1st, 6:15 pm at the Julian Community United Methodist Church. Singers of all abilities are welcome to attend to see what it’s all about. Adults and mature students 8th grade and up. Join the ‘Julian…

Bunker Page From Brian Kramer: December 21 at 5:02pm Here are a few pictures of our JCFPD Vollies and Reserves with CalFire members, training at Station 57 in Cuyamaca. They spent the day practicing the tools and techniques needed for an auto extraction scenario. This is the training we do to be able to serve…