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Holiday Art Walk on Friday

The holiday Crescent City Art Walk is slated for 4–7 p.m. Friday in the downtown and harbor areas.  

Fifteen sites will be participating, including Steve Mattson’s Gallery, Philip Wadsworth Gallery, Bay Studios, Vita Cucina, Johnston’s Gift, Garden and Home, KFUG Radio Station, Jefferson State Books, Tomasini’s Enoteca, Chere’s Boutique, Andrew’s Ark, In Vintage, Terry’s Wearable Art, Millsong Mercantile and The Gallery of Arts & Culture.  

Trees All Aglow

Del Norte Triplicate / Melea Burke
The Redwood Parks Association's 25th annual Candlelight Walk drew a more than 400 visitors to Prairie Creek State Park on Saturday evening for an enchanting nighttime stroll through old-growth redwoods lit only by luminaria lining the trail and the occasional handheld candle or flashlight.

Martin honored for ‘Support’

Jan Martin holds a bronze figurine given to her by Sgt. Chris Anthony. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
Del Norter’s care packages to troops in war zones made a difference, former soldier says  

Every other week for two years, Chris Anthony, a sergeant in the U.S. Army, received a box — a glimpse of home in the desert and mountains of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Anthony, who left the Army about four years ago and is now a private security contractor working in Afghanistan, took the time Friday to honor Jan Martin, who spearheaded Del Norte County Troop Support, which sent care packages to soldiers overseas. Anthony also recognized volunteers Yvonne Maciel, Helen Dewey, Nancy Smith and Gerry Rance.

Del Norte People: Blessed by company of woodcutters

Longtime Del Norte County resident Chuck Blackburn’s column appears monthly.

Each month in my semi-retirement it has been a delight to sit down and choose a topic to write about for the “Trip.” 

I have felt blessed in life for all the experiences that God has provided me in so many ways. As I was introduced to the county and the Klamath at age 13 as a seasonal dock boy, it gave me a chance to experience logging, fishing, agriculture and other facets of a rural area. It was exciting for me to see what makes this area “tick” and to watch so many hard-working men make a living, nor can I forget the role of hardworking women, many of them mothers. I still feel that excitement today.

Birth: Evan Lee Brown

Evan Lee Brown was born Nov. 18, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and measured 19½ inches. 

Grist for the Mill: Cooking up a Storm (Of Flour)

Del Norte Triplicate illustration / Bryant Anderson
My family’s holiday baking traditions run deep. Between Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas, the oven and the stove stay busy. 

My dad usually takes care of the Thanksgiving pies. I wasn’t with him this year, so I cheated and let Vita Cucina take care of the pumpkin pie. 

I spent one Thanksgiving on a kibbutz in Israel. I had never made a pie from scratch, but I was missing home and asked if I could make an apple pie. The kitchen manager said yes, even though my poor Hebrew skills couldn’t really explain why I wanted it. The next day, she came in all smiles — she had seen the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on the news and suddenly understood why I made the pie!

Church Notebook: Hanukkah party and potluck brings families together

The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah falls just before Christmas this year — the final day on Christmas Eve. It’s an eight-day celebration that memorializes the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem.

At that time, the people found there was not enough oil to burn for the required eight nights, but God made their supply last those eight days until more could be made.

Today, a Menorah, a special candelabra holding nine candles, is a special reminder.Each night of the eight days, one more candle is lit, until on the eighth night, all are ablaze.

'Christmas from Ireland'

Vocalist Karan Casey will perform with Lúnasa at next Wednesday’s DNACA concert. Submitted
Irish musicians blend Celtic roots with modern tunes 

According to Roots Magazine, “an Irish music dream team” will perform in Crescent Elk Auditorium on Wednesday, Dec. 10, as the third concert of the season for the Del Norte Assocation for Cultural Awareness (DNACA). 

Lúnasa with vocalist Karan Casey will take the stage at 7:30 p.m.

Music to warm the winter

The Curry-Del Norte Orchestra will perform three holiday concerts this year, with one Sunday, Dec. 7, in Crescent City. Submitted
Music will fill the auditoriums of three venues when the Curry-Del Norte Orchestra presents its “Winter Warmer” concerts.

The poster for the events invites audiences to “bask in the glow of orchestral classics, old and new, and perennial holiday favorites.”

According to Director John Webster, who is in his second year conducting the orchestra that meets weekly at Azalea Middle School in Brookings, audiences will be treated to the music of Copland, Dvorak, Bizet, as well as modern composers such as Karl Jenkins, Felix Bernard and Steven Bryant. And then there’s Christmas music by Mel Torme.

Bazaar sales fund nonprofits

Del Norters will have three days to shop for unique gifts from local vendors while giving back to the Rural Human Services food bank and Santa’s Workshop.

Holiday Fair 2014 starts Friday and lasts through Sunday at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds. In addition to browsing through items from more than 67 vendors, including Mary Kay, photographer Aimee Bolender, the Bar-O Boys Ranch and Del Norte Historical Society, kids will be able to meet and take pictures with Santa.

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