406 – 1/22/16

Talking Points
Weather
Dr. Hess in depth interview – Episode 405
FliXXFest: We are starting search for sponsors and businesses that are interested in participating in the festival, as well as screeners and volunteers, in addition to submissions!!!  🙂
Go to: www.flixxfest.org
Visit us at:
https://filmfreeway.com/festival/JeffersonStateFlixxFestival
Shasta Regional Community Foundation is excited to announce the open application period for three grant opportunities for local nonprofits and public entities. The application instructions and March deadlines are posted on our website at www.shastarcf.org/grants
Sports with Josh Theofanides


Events
SAT JAN 23

Mt. Shasta Longrifles Snowshoe Stew & Scone Shoot
10AM
Up Moffett Creek Road – signs will be posted
$10 per shooter / $15 per family
Traditional Black Powder Guns Only
A bowl of stew & scones for all. If you have extra snowshoes, bring them. Bring boots in case of no snow. Shoot will go on rain, snow or shine. Come prepared to have a good time.
For more information, call Tom McCulley 530-598-7151

MON JAN 25
Library Movie Nite
6:30PM
Etna Library
Film is Fantasy/Drama starring Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette and others – 2hr 46min / Rating PG with popcorn

Be Well Do More Program
Scott Valley Fitness Center
Call Dr. Hess for more details: 468-4100
Outline of the program

FRI JAN 29

Rockin’ the REC
5-11PM
The REC, 11236 N Hwy 3, Fort Jones
$10 at the door, pizza and beer starts at 5pm
Featuring The “B” Side and Opening Act: Dorje Café
For info: 530-468-2888

SAT JAN 30
Voiceover Workshop with Melissa Disney
9AM-Noon
The REC, 11236 N Hwy 3, Fort Jones
Sponsored by Serena Travis, LA Voiceover Academy and the Scott Valley Film Coalition
$25 per person – participants will receive the audio files from the work they’ve done

MON FEB 1
Dinner with the Doctor
6PM
Scott Valley Seventh Day Adventist Church, Greenview
Dr. Hess Health Lecture: Immune Function and Auto-Immune Disease
Rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus, and Crohn’s Disease
Space is limited, call to make a reservation at 467-3994

WED FEB 3
Raising Emotionally Healthy Children
6-8PM
Scott Valley Family Resource Center, Fort Jones
One class with Arden Carr

FEB 4-5

Focus Group
10AM and 1PM
Circles of Care Office, Quartz Valley Elementary School
Quartz Valley Indian Reservation is in receipt of a planning grant to increase services for children and families. This is an opportunity to meet in small groups to discuss the needs of children, and how to make them safe and healthy.
Call the Circles of Care Office at (530) 468-4014 for more info.

FEB 5-7
Truly Cinderella
Feb 5 & 6 at 7PM, Feb 7 at 1PM
Avery Theater, Etna
The Etna High School drama dept. is performing Truly Cinderella, a play written by Etna High School alumna Kara Wilson and directed by Etna High School drama teacher Lynn Karpinski. Come out to Etna’s historic Avery Theatre to witness the TRUE story of Cinderella and find out more about the magical story of love and romance–fun for the whole family!

Performances are on February 5 and 6 at 7 p.m. with a matinee performance on Sunday, February 7 at 1 p.m. Tickets will be on sale at the door for $5 for students, $8 for adults or pre-sale tickets are available from EHS drama students. For more information, contact Ms. Karpinski at 467-3244.

SAT FEB 6
Concealed Weapon Class
8AM-5PM
Etna City Hall
New Siskiyou – $75, New Shasta – $100
More info call Rick Derutyer, 530-524-7594
rick_derutyer@hotmail.com
Distinguishedfirearms.com

SUN FEB 7
Scott Valley Community Choir
6:30PM
LDS Church, Etna
Start up rehearsals for the Easter Concert

FEB 20
EHS Lion Pride Fundraiser Dinner
5:30PM
Sacred Heart Parish Center, Fort Jones
To benefit: EHS Athletic Programs
BBQ Dinner Prepared by Jason Finley, Reece Gomes, Jim Hausauer, & Jamie Cramer of Hot Lip’s Catering
This is a night for adults 21 and older only
Raffle, auction, music & dancing
$20 per person
For dinner tickets contact: Dena Finley 340-3323 or Russell Dean 598-7400
Email: ehslionpride@gmail.com or visit the web site: www.ehslionpride.com

SAT FEB 27
SouperBowl Saturday
6-8:30PM
Miner’s Inn Convention Center, Yreka
Broth, chowder, bisque or stew – help us pick the best soup-maker around! Choose a bowl handmade by a local artist & sample offering from our finest area kitchens. Keep the bowl. Vote for best cook!
Soup & fresh bread, Wine bar by Shasta Valley Rotary, Live music by gypsy jazz band “Roma”, Handmade soup bowl is yours to keep.
Tickets are $30. Only 125 tickets will be sold. Last year’s event sold out; reserve your seat early at Shoppe Serendipity, 404 S. Main Street, Yreka, or call 598-0075 to reserve now.
Proceeds benefit Siskiyou Gardens, Parks & Greenway Association

2 Replies to “406 – 1/22/16”

  1. Hi Ladies, I am wondering about doing a weekly, bi-weekly gardening tip to tie in with the Etna Farmers’ market? What do you think

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