06/26/2013 04:29PM ● Published by Enjoy Magazine
We delight in finding little treasures to showcase in our pages, like the ho-hum utility boxes that ultra-imaginative Sally Marbry has converted into whimsical public art exhibits. “My life as an artist is a moving train of endless possibilities,” she says. We’ll introduce you to her in this issue.
If you’re looking for something unique to do, check out the 66th Annual Lumberjack Fiesta in McCloud. Lumberjacks and jills will gather to prove their skills in axe throwing and log sawing in honor of McCloud’s rich logging history.
Got a problem? Consider submitting it to Redding’s unofficial braintrust—the Koffee Klatch, a group of retired guys who have been meeting weekly for more than 30 years. “I have asked when I’m stymied with a problem or a political situation and I always get different advice from them that I wouldn’t think of otherwise. They might poke fun at you, but when you ask, you get very sound advice,” says member Randy Smith.
Adventure is the name of the game at Headwaters Outdoor School, where folks from around the world have come to immerse themselves in nature and learn wilderness skills. “I want people to take back with them a personal connection with nature,” says owner Tim Corcoran. “Not just appreciation, but a deep personal connection.”
We’ll also tell you how to keep your garden pest-free naturally, prepare for an unforgettable backpacking trip and grill the most delectable lamb sliders you’ve ever tasted. And don’t forget to join us for Enjoy Movies in the Park, every Friday in July at Anderson River Park. Learn more at enjoymoviesinthepark.com.
Stay cool and enjoy!