Last Chance for Art Center Dinner Sizzle Nov. 16
by Judy Bushy
As the weather has gotten colder and we’ve had rain, seems like Happy Camp socialization has kicked into high gear. With the beauty of the red, orange and yellow leaves has given us plenty of beauty all around us. Every season has its own beauty out in the heart of the wilderness the rain is bringing down some of the leaves and that gives a good chance to get out in the bracing fresh air to rake them. We have a good supply of walnut leaves in our front yard, as the rain brought a whole new crop down the evening after my husband mowed!
It is almost as if the summer’s extra gardening chores, and the busy days of taking the kids to the creek to swim or down the river rafting kept us from getting together with our Klamath neighbors and we are making up for it.
There will be the last Art Dinner of the season Friday night, November 16th at 6. The Art Center is having its crazy delicious end of the year cozy indoor Sit Down Banquet–a spectacular one indeed!
As Alan says, “A Stellar atmosphere of candles and firelight and intellectual conversation with an eclectic music scape that will transform and amaze you plus, a dinner menu that will absolutely sizzle! Featuring Jon Grunbaum’s Fantastic Flank Steak Fajitas with hand made Guacamole , an esoteric collection of sensational Chips and Salsas combined with Florance Condos’ scrumptious Empanadas, slow cooked spice infused Black Beans and artfully executed Spanish Rice. With Susan Corum mixing an inspiring a variety of Drinks and Serena Conkey serving up her exceptional Deep Chocolate Cake for dessert its sure to be a night of delights!
Be sure to make reservations soon. They’re keeping the numbers down to the first 40 lucky folks. Tickets are only $20 (plus a chance to win a mystery door price) and remember all your donations are helping out the construction of the NEW ART CENTER!Call Alan at 530-493-5668.
For story of the Breast Cancer Awareness see Community page.
Veterans Appreciation Dinner was held last Friday also.
Artists and Craftspeople will want to get busy creating things for the Holiday Bazaars coming up December 12st. Both the Library and the Grange will have space for tables of wonderful wares of our Klamath Neighbors. Library event will be at the Karuk Community Center on 2nd Avenue and the Grange will be at the historic rock Grange Hall further west on 2nd Avenue. Time to plan and prepare, it will be here before you know it!!