With the start of summer, you know what that means? Camp Perigot is here!
Summer is here, with its warm weather and river days. While all the large group summer activities that usually happen are cancelled or postponed, there are still some great things coming to Blue Lake. Subscribe to the Mad River Union and enjoy online access to the full print edition for just $20/year! New food opportunities,…
I just want to encourage everyone to keep being vigilant. Just because we can go get a haircut now, or even dine in at some restaurants, does not mean this is over. It means that our area now has room to take care of anyone who gets sick. That being said, here is some information on what you can start doing soon in Blue Lake.
What a wild ride we are on right now. As we move to the next stage in the governor’s plan to re-open our state, we are reminded that just because we will be able to do more throughout the county, this by no means that the virus and this crisis is over or coming to…
The Mad River Brewery is now offering food and beer orders for pick up. You can call (707) 668-4151 to order off their adjusted menu of food and beer. Mad River Brewery is having a deal on kegs, and asks that if you order a keg to please send an email one day in advance to [email protected]
First off, today, Wednesday, March 4 is the annual Trustees Scholarship Dinner. Enjoy a tri-tip or salmon dinner (vegetarian options available) at the Sapphire Palace at the Blue Lake Casino Hotel from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the door for $25. This supports education for local students.
Registration for the Blue Lake/Fieldbrook Little Leagues will be on Saturday, Feb. 29 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Perigot Park (rain will move registration to the school gym). This is for all children, boys and girls, ages 4-12. There are no residency requirements for Tee Ball or Coach Pitch divisions.
This Valentines Day, go to the Logger Bar! Darcey is whipping up a special Valentines dinner, menu still not posted at the time of this article submission. This will be on Friday, Feb. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Logger Bar, 510 Railroad Dr. Cost is $20/plate and apparently, after dinner, Eyes Anonymous will be playing break-up songs and cheesy love songs, so stay later for the music!
If you have an event you would like me to spotlight, please try to have it to me no later than 10 days before. While we are on the subject of events in Blue Lake, I have two I am able to feature today.
This year is an election year. If you have ever thought about becoming a City Councilmember, now is the time to check things out, learn more, become involved. The nomination process begins in June, so you have time to consider this way of serving your community! I truly believe that to change the world, we need to consider acting locally.