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Blue Lake Notes: It’s been a bit rainy…

Blue Lake Notes: It’s been a bit rainy…

It’s been a bit rainy I suppose lately – but that doesn’t stop Blue Lake from getting out and getting things done!  In February, the Friends of the Annie and Mary Rail Trail held a somewhat wet and muddy event called the Mad Scramble, which consisted of a timed mountain bike race through an engineered

Blue Lake Notes: Produce and literature

It’s that time of the month again – the day where free produce is provided for the whole community.  This service is brought to Blue Lake by the Blue Lake Community Resource Center and Food for People.  Every fourth Thursday, starting around 10 a.m., a truck full of fresh and in season local produce is

Blue Lake Notes: Kind and honorable Kolter Nicholls gets everything right

The Blue Lake Student of the Month is fifth grader Kolter Nicholls.  Kolter has attended Blue Lake School since kindergarten, and is an excellent role model. He is on the honor roll and participates in several extracurricular activities including the Blue Dragon Steel Drum Band, cross country and basketball.  He is helpful, a kind friend,

Blue Lake Notes: Peaceable hamlet hosts hoedown, pie contest

Come on down for the first Mad River Hoedown Barn Dance and Pie Contest on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 7 to 10 p.m.  The event is sure to be a rip-roaring good time, with music by the Striped Pig String Band! This event will take place at Prasch Hall (the skating rink) in Blue Lake,

Blue Lake Notes: Rain – so what? Blue Lake has music, dancing, theatre, beer and pie

A little wet weather isn’t a problem for us in Blue Lake. We still have so many things for you to  come out and do, rain or shine! Dell’Arte productions We are so lucky to have internationally famous Dell’Arte School of Physical Theater in the City of Blue Lake. If you haven’t had a chance to

Blue Lake Notes: Amira Waldvogel-Grannis is BL Student of the Month, and no wonder

Happy New Year! Blue Lake celebrated the New Year in style, with the Annual Lucky Lunch of black eyed peas, cornbread and greens. Put on by the Mad River Old Crows and the Ladies of the Lake civic groups, this lunch not only helped everyone start of the year right, but was a major fundraiser

Blue Lake Notes: Ekela Pires-Moore is Student of the Month

The Wha-Nika’s Student of the Month for December is third grader Ekela Pires-Moore. Ekela is kind, a positive role model, and has excellent attendance.  She works hard inside and outside of the classroom. She enjoys swimming and plans to participate in ballet soon. Her favorite school activities are: PE, writing, the After School Cooking Club

Blue Lake Notes: Holiday cheer in Blue Lake

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… and Blue Lake is no exception.  Over the past weekend, the Blue Lake Christmas tree lighting took place, and you can now see a beautiful little tree on the corner of Railroad and Broderick adorned with lovely twinkle lights. Thank you Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce for

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