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July 2014 - Star Spangled

06/25/2014 12:00AM ● By Enjoy Magazine
Fireworks, family, fellowship, friends, food­—these are just some of the ways we are celebrating the birth of this sweet land of liberty.
Those who say patriotism is lost on the young haven’t had the pleasure of hearing Ashtin Lopeman and Jennifer Peyton, both of Red Bluff. These teenagers spend their summer harmonizing the National Anthem at rodeos near and far.
Owning a business is the proverbial American dream, and the two spirited sisters behind the Klassique Kafe have been living that dream for 30 years. You might end up dreaming about their always-homemade creations. They have an extra soft spot in their heart for veterans, and expect a hug at the door if you’ve been there more than a few times.
You won’t want to wait to get your tickets for “Chicago,” Shasta College’s summer production that lured the incredibly talented James Santos back to his hometown to serve as guest artist, choreographer and co-director. He and Dean Munroe have assembled a brilliant cast and can’t wait to show you the results of their tireless work.
This month, we’ll also tell you about a group of retired coaches who still scheme up ways to make the world a better place, a now-grown man and his mentor whose relationship was cemented over a mutual love of cars, and the Dark Sky Festival, a stellar display that will leave you star-struck.
We’ll see you at the Civic for the Fourth of July Freedom Festival (which also closes the 10th anniversary celebration of the Sundial Bridge), and don’t forget to join us for Enjoy Movies in the Park, which will be at Anderson River Park in July.
Happy birthday, America the Beautiful!

July 2014 - Star Spangled

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