April 2016 - Spring Inspired
03/24/2016 11:00AM ● Published by Enjoy Magazine
Editor's NoteApril 2016
On the Cover Maggie Rose Wallace & Hazel the Bunny
Photo by Kara Stewart
Vibrant wildflowers blanket the valley floor, and a dusting of snow still covers the foothills – it’s a glorious time of year.
Whether you’re on foot, on a bike or on a horse, we’ve got the perfect trail for you to explore in the Mount Shasta region.
If you’ve traveled on Interstate 5 near Lake Shasta
recently, you may have wondered about the colorful
concrete bass on the new Antlers Bridge under construction. We got the lowdown from some of the creative minds who wanted the bridge to have an artistic feel.
Then, get up close and personal with Jackson Browne, a humanitarian who has helped define a genre of songwriting charged with honesty, emotion and politics. You’ll also be intrigued by the Malotkys, who share a passion for health care and for the North State’s recreational wonders.
Looking to brush up on local arts and history? The Red Bluff Round Up Museum offers a look back at the rodeo that turns 95 this month.
Up north, the Siskiyou Arts Museum strives to educate and strengthen the community through the visual, literary and performing arts.
And we’ll give you some tips for re-introducing your skin to the sunshine – now that it’s spring, it’s all about color.
Be inspired by spring, and enjoy!