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Come in and Enjoy see the wonder work of our Ramona Children. June 9th at the Gallery there will be a Art & Children Panel Discussion from 4-6pm. Children's Art
Come in and Enjoy see the wonder work of our Ramona Children. June 9th at the Gallery there will be a Art & Children Panel Discussion from 4-6pm. Children’s Art education is a critical discussion that Ramona residents need to come together and discuss so please come and let’s talk!
(Friday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
438 Main Street, Ramona, CA 92065
Michael's House is celebrating our 40th anniversary with a House Party. We will have music by local band Chasing the Sun, and food by A&S Catering. We'll have a silent
(Saturday) 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
2018 marks the 12th Annual Backcountry Dance and BBQ in Julian, California. Come to Julian on June 9, 2018 to enjoy the great sounds of Tony Suraci as the Highwayman
2018 marks the 12th Annual Backcountry Dance and BBQ in Julian, California. Come to Julian on June 9, 2018 to enjoy the great sounds of Tony Suraci as the Highwayman and The Big Fat Steve Band. You’ll enjoy a wonderful BBQ prepared by the Son’s of the American Legion. Local and other Craft Beer will be available as well as wine.
The afternoon and evening will be full of goings-on. Line Dancing Lessons, a kid’s play area, Air Guitar Contests, music and the beauty of the surrounding Julian mountains. Locals and visitors alike fill the field with laughter, good times, new and old friends.
The brain-child of the Sons of the American Legion in Julian, it began and has grown as an event to raise funds for Veterans, kids, local schools and other charitable organizations in the community. From the beginning, the “Dance” has featured the best in country music and dancing on the huge floor and stage built by the Sons. Fabulous BBQ has been a keystone of the event with all the food cooked on-site in the Santa Maria style on an open oak flame. The “Dance” is a throwback to a simpler time with twinkly lights and bonfires back-dropped by dark mountain skies.
Presale admission is $20 for adults. The price at the gate is $25 and $5 for children under 16. Get tickets online at www.juliandance.org.
(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1150 Julian Orchards Drive, Julian, 92036
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The options of jewelry making with glass and wire are vast. Over 13 years of experimentation I've found some things that work well and I'd like to share with people
The options of jewelry making with glass and wire are vast. Over 13 years of experimentation I’ve found some things that work well and I’d like to share with people interested in glass and jewelry. In this workshop, we get right to work forming silver to embed between layers of Glass that will be fused in a kiln. Students will have unique handmade glass pendants after firing or forged wirework to take home the day of the workshop if their interest is working with wire. Small wire sculpture is an option to work on as well.
$50.00 each session or $200.00 for 5 sessions
Enroll: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 760 585 5851
All materials provided: Fusible glass, silver, copper, brass, gold wire and ear wires. Glass paints and enamels. Murrine, crystals, seaweed metal cutouts and more!
Age 7 and up. (When accompanied by a Parent), Beginners welcome!
5min -9 max
Bachelor of Fine Art University of Minnesota also studied Art at The University of West Florida, UCSD La Jolla, San Diego State, Palomar
(Saturday) 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
The Art Center
438 Main Street, Ramona CA 92065
MEET AT THE TRAILHEAD PROMPTLY AT 8:00a.m.* Saturday, June 16, Clevenger Canyon South West Trail (moderate, 4-mile
MEET AT THE TRAILHEAD PROMPTLY AT 8:00a.m.*
Saturday, June 16, Clevenger Canyon South West Trail (moderate, 4-mile hike)
Bring a small pack with lots of water and snacks and hat/sunscreen. Wear comfortable clothing and hiking boots or trail shoes with good traction.
No dogs. Please be aware of your children’s limitations.
To receive information via email about upcoming hikes, send your full name, phone and email address to email@example.com.
(*please be on time as all hikers need to fill out a short waiver form.)
(Saturday) 8:00 am
Fathers, treat your daughter like a mountain princess with a day-date to Julian for a Father-Daughter Day & Dance. The All-Inclusive
Fathers, treat your daughter like a mountain princess with a day-date to Julian for a Father-Daughter Day & Dance. The All-Inclusive price includes several attractions including lunch at one of your favorite Julian eateries, delicious fudge, a keepsake corsage, old-time photos and more, all designed to create an unforgettable experience for daddy’s little girl. End the day with a charming father-daughter dance. at the historic Town Hall. Julian: a picture perfect location for creating a lasting memory.
Purchase the Father-Daughter Day All-Inclusive package* for a full day of daddy-daughter fun.
Current VIP Package includes:
Keepsake Corsage for all the girls
Choice of lunch – Candied Apple Cafe, Wynola Pizza & Bistro or Buffalo Bills Cafe
Malt or Milkshake to share at the Old Fashioned Soda Fountain – Miner’s Diner
Old-time portrait – Julian Olde Time Photos
Fudge Tub or Truffle – Julian Candy Basket
The Father-Daughter Dance begins at 2 p.m. at Town Hall
Check-in as early as 10:30 a.m. to start your day.
Ticket Prices are $95 for Father and 1 Daughter. Additional Daughters will be $30.
*All-inclusive package subject to minor changes or additions.
**RAIN OR SHINE AND NON-REFUNDABLE**
Refunds are only offered up until 7 days prior to event, due to the limited number of tickets available
Each Father-Daughter group will receive 1 (one) pie to take home, regardless of the number of daughters.
Father-Daughter Day All-Inclusive Package, you and your daughter get to experience a whole day on the town.
10:30 to 11 a.m. Check-in at the Town Hall and pick up your map, corsage and tickets
Settle down for lunch at one of our participating restaurants or Head to Julian Olde Time Photos to capture the moment
Pick up your delectable fudge or truffle at Julian Candy Basket
Relax with a Malt or Milkshake at Miner’s Diner
2:00 p.m. Head to Town Hall to dance the afternoon away with your girl(s) and pick up your Apple Pie to Take Home
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Julian Town Hall
2129 Main St, Julian, CA
Julian Chamber of Commerce
We are pleased to announce that our 13th annual ALL YOU CAN EAT BBQ RIB & CHICKEN FEST is
We are pleased to announce that our 13th annual ALL YOU CAN EAT BBQ RIB & CHICKEN FEST is scheduled for Saturday, June 23, 2018 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. Once again, it will be held at the Performing Arts Center located at Olive Peirce Middle School – 1521 Hanson Lane – Ramona. In addition to the delicious food, we will also be having a craft fair, drawings and music!
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Olive Pierce Middle School
1521 Hanson Ln, Ramona, CA 92065
Celebrate Our Nation’s Birthday in Julian, Julian’s Star Spangled 4th, 2018 This year Julian salutes July Fourth with the Theme, “ Julian’s Star Spangled 4th”. Julian honors our nation’s birthday with
Celebrate Our Nation’s Birthday in Julian, Julian’s Star Spangled 4th, 2018
This year Julian salutes July Fourth with the Theme, “ Julian’s Star Spangled 4th”. Julian honors our nation’s birthday with a salute to the men and women who made our country great, both domestically and militarily.
For more than twenty years, Julian residents, their friends and parade lovers from all over have lined up at on the town’s main street to wave their flags, cheer the marching bands, salute the Marine Color Guard, and carry a giant American Flag down the thoroughfare. Bands include:
- The Emerald Society Bag Pipe Band
- Euphoria Brass Band (a great Dixie Land sound)
- Gold Drum and Bugle Corps
- Mariachi Continental de San Diego
Dignitaries in our parade include: as Grand Marshal – Jim Mazzone, the first person to organize the Julian Parade; County Supervisor, Diane Jacob; Assemblyman, Joel Anderson; Merchant of the Year, Ryan and Gina Cross; Librarian, Coleen Baker; Veterans from the American Legion; Mr. and Mrs. Apple Days, Josh and Brigada Rasmussen; David Davis of KUSI and his wife; and Miss Julian and her court.
Antique cars, vintage tractors, belly dancers, World War 2 Submariners, and several comedy entries will appear to complete a fun well rounded home town parade.
The Details of the Day, July 4, 2018
What to expect:
At 10: A.M. – The pre-parade activities begin with a fly-over of 4 Steearman Bi Planes used in WW2 to train pilots. Patriotic music will be played at three different stages along the route.
At Noon – Enjoy watching a shoot-out by the Doves and Desperados. A second fly-over of one T-6 military training plane and one T-34 military training plane. The National Anthem will be sung by the Julian Arts Chorale. The parade begins as soon as the National Anthem is completed
While you wait for the parade to begin you may want to purchase a Julian July 4th commemorative T-shirt being sold at locations along Main Street
Many visitors spend the day enjoying the parade and the events that surround it. Including:
The historic quilt show put on by the Julian Women’s Club as well as a raffle for a one of a kind quilt designed by the queen of quilt making, Eleanor Burns.
A Mouth Watering, Deep Pit barbecue and dance for $10.00 put on by the American Legion, when the parade has ended.
The merchants will be open after the parade in order for some great shopping, eating and buggy rides.
Our parade is quite popular so it is suggested that you arrive early to catch the pre-parade activities starting at 10 A.M. Some parade “goers“ set out chairs the night before to enable them to get a good place.
Main Street closes to traffic at 9 A.M. Follow directions to the nearest parking lot. FREE
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Julian Town Hall
2129 Main St, Julian, CA
Fireworks Show to 'Light Up the Sky' On a clear night, the stars and the moon quietly shine over the peaceful Ramona valley. But once a year, starbursts of another kind
Fireworks Show to ‘Light Up the Sky’
On a clear night, the stars and the moon quietly shine over the peaceful Ramona valley. But once a year, starbursts of another kind illuminate the sky, announcing Independence Day with a bang during a fireworks display presented by Ramona Rotary Club.
The program runs from 5 to 9:30 p.m. at Olive Peirce Middle School, with the fireworks grand finale at 9 p.m. Face painting and a kids’ zone will keep the youngsters busy through the afternoon and evening, and food, treat and merchandise vendors will be on hand.
“We’ll also have a DJ and music,” added Rotary President Kim Lasley.
The tradition of exploding fireworks on the Fourth of July goes back to the first anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and has come to symbolize the many freedoms that Americans hold dear. The event brings families, friends and neighbors together for a common purpose. In that spirit of community, the Ramona Fourth of July fireworks show is a grassroots effort, made possible by donations of money and time by local individuals, businesses and groups.
Lasley invites the community to come together as they, “Light up the sky on the Fourth of July!”
(Wednesday) 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm