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Blue Lake Notes: The award-winning peaceable hamlet

Blue Lake Notes: The award-winning peaceable hamlet

The Blue Lake Museum will have its Pints for Non-Profits event today, Nov. 14 at the Mad River Brewery, 195 Taylor Way, Blue Lake. My apologies in regards to information in my last column. I got the name of the band wrong. The band playing will be Old Dog, and music will take place from

Blue Lake Notes: Halloween in Blue Lake

Blue Lake is the place to be this coming weekend for fun family and spooktacular events! Blue Lake School PTO will have its annual Halloween Carnival at Blue Lake School on Friday, Oct. 26. This event will start at 5:30 p.m. with a free community dinner in the Chuck Wagon Cafeteria. Games and haunted house

Blue Lake Notes: Ready for the Big One?

October is Disaster Preparedness Month. Are you ready? There are so many things that we don’t think about when it comes to disaster preparedness, but there is no time like the present to begin getting prepared. Do you have a disaster plan? Do you have supplies in case you are without power or water for

Blue Lake Notes: We should all try to be more like Calen Ponte

Sometimes life gets a little busy and time gets forgotten. I apologize to all my readers that I didn’t have a column last week – and with so much going on over the weekend! It was a very busy weekend for Blue Lake, and some wet weather interspersed in there as well. There are aways

Blue Lake Notes: So much to do in burgeoning Blue Lake

Living in a small town often means embracing what can be a slower paced life. I bike to work three times a week. I enjoy chatting with community members – members of my Blue Lake family – at the Post Office or at Coffee Club. I look forward to the monthly Grange breakfast and can’t

Blue Lake Notes: Coffee, breakfast and a bike race

The Friday morning Coffee Club, from 7 to 10 a.m., is growing at the Mad River Grange, located at 110 Hatchery Rd. in Blue Lake. It has featured a variety of baked goods made with locally grown squash and fall harvest fruits and veggies, as well as amazing coffee slow pours and even fresh brewed

Blue Lake Notes: Slow down in the peaceable hamlet

It’s that time of year again – school is now in session, and that means long pants, sweaters and cooler weather. I want to remind everyone to be extra vigilant now that school is in session as you drive through town. The truck route goes right through our little town, and right next to the

Blue Lake Notes: the peaceable hamlet seethes with jolly activities

Another sunny day in Blue Lake is another opportunity to come out and experience all we have to offer. Summer is the best time for Blue Lake, and we have had our share of amazing opportunities with Annie and Mary Day and Humboldt Folklife Festival just a few short weeks ago, and Blue Lake Paint

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