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March 19, 2015 / Julian News


The 2015 list of participating restaurants, wineries and breweries is growing. As of the date of this article the number of participants stands at 21. The Taste of Julian will be held Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 1pm to 5pm Free Parking is available on B Street for those in attendance. The adventure starts at town hall, where you can pick up your wristband. Apple Alley Bakery Buffal...

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March 6, 2015 / Featured


Where Can You… HIKE • BIKE • FLY • BUY • RIDE • GAMBLE • RAMBLE WINE & DINE All In One Weekend? The website was created with the mobile phone in mind to allow you to get all the information you need while you're on the go! On a typical weekend more than half a million “adventurers” from all over the world will have packed, waited in lines...

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February 25, 2015 / Featured


Julian Alerts has designed multiple ways of notifying and informing the residents of the Julian and surrounding area with current information about local emergencies. Julian Alerts is strictly neighbor helping neighbor. Our only goal is to inform the community about emergencies as fast as we can. Julian Alerts was started by Julian locals and will be ran by Julian locals. Get more information a...

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February 16, 2015 / Art


Look what the high school art class finished! Send your nonwhite t shirts to JHS so we can make more!!! Hey community! The art classes need a donation of your old t shirts! We will be weaving these into a “potholder rug” using the same technique as the little potholder looms kids use. Please drop off your colorful (no white please) t shirts at the front office! The finished rugs will be don...

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February 4, 2015 / Featured


Audrey Turner, Woman’s Club Inspiration Chairman, shared this at the January meeting WRITE YOUR OWN LIFE, by David A Berman Suppose someone gave you a pen…a sealed, solid colored pen. You could not see how much ink it had. It might run dry after the first few tentative words or last just long enough to create a masterpiece that would last forever and make a difference in the scheme...

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January 23, 2015 / Featured

ian memorial

It is with a heavy heart that we had to remove the memorial cross honoring our son, Ian Christopher Kinney, per order from Cal Trans. Ian lost his life at 19 due to the disregard of a drunk driver passing cars on the curvy road of Hwy 78 between Ramona and Julian. The cross was very important to us in delivering the message to not drink and drive. I have had many people that travel the route tell ...

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January 19, 2015 / Featured


A Message from Cathy Kuiper at the high school regarding the upcoming auction: On February 7th, this year's senior class will be holding it's annual auction at the high school multipurpose room. There will be a silent auction from 6-7, then a live auction from 7-9 or so. We are hoping that the whole town comes out to support our youth! The class of 2015 is really an amazing group of young me...

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January 8, 2015 / Arts & Entertainment

assante choir

Saturday, January 31 st 5:00pm - 6:30pm Hillside Church - Julian, CA Third and C  Julian, California 92036 A concert with the Assante East African Children's Choir. We will enjoy African style singing and dancing, a truly unique worship experience — you won't want to miss it! Tell all your friends about it too! If video below is not playing - visit :

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December 22, 2014 / Featured


Julian Woman’s Club Featured “Member of the Month” DO YOU KNOW THIS ABOUT HER? At age 11, with her hair in braids and braces on her teeth, she ran downstairs to see who was playing her piano. There sat the 13 year old paper boy who was a friend of her brother. Over the next 10 years or so they dated. He became a member of her family going everywhere with them. Driving into the mountains...

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December 10, 2014 / Featured


A request from the Art Teacher at Julian High School: Hey community! The art classes need a donation of your old tshirts! We will be weaving these into a "potholder rug" using the same technique as the little potholder looms kids use. Please drop off your colorful (no white please) tshirts at the front office! The finished rugs will be donated to the seniors for their class auction. You can ...

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