February 2015 - Heart to Heart
● By Enjoy Magazine
Editor's NotePhoto by Kara Stewart
It’s all about the heart this month, and you know how much we love to share the love with you.
Sweetness abounds at the Really Senior Prom, where high school seniors transform their gym into a jazz-filled, elegant prom for senior citizens. “What is most endearing about this event is seeing the youth enjoy and drink up the wealth of knowledge our senior population has to offer,” one volunteer says. “One of the kids said, ‘It felt good to be able to give back to a group of people that has given us all so much.’”
If you’re looking for that special someone, we’d like to introduce you to Dinner 4 Six, a unique and low-pressure opportunity for folks to enjoy a meal together and see if the love bug bites. The group’s success stories are heartwarming. Few things say “I love you” like tasty treats, and we’ll show you how to make delectable baked pears that are the perfect ending to a Valentine’s dinner. It’s an imaginative break from more traditional chocolate fare.
After a romantic evening, why not spend a day in the snow? It’s the perfect time to venture into Lassen Park on a pair of snowshoes, where you’ll likely hear nothing more than your own footfalls. Th e scenery is magical and the tranquility, divine.
This month, we’re introducing a new series of stories that will explore some of the North State’s delightful downtowns. First stop: Downtown Cottonwood, where the spirit of the Old West is alive and the slower pace suits folks just fine.
From our hearts to yours, enjoy!
February 2015 — Heart to Heart