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May 2017 — Dream Big

04/26/2017 11:00AM ● Published by Enjoy Magazine

Editor's Note 

May 2017
On the cover: Jaycee Provence
Photo by Betsey Walton


April’s showers (and showers and showers) have certainly brought an abundance of May flowers – what a delight to wander around the North State and soak up nature’s beauty.

We’re celebrating magnificent moms this month – start by treating her to a cuppa joe and a new-to-her book at Zephyr Books & Coffee in Yreka. The world’s troubles seem to melt away when you’re slowly sipping java with someone you love.

If the lady in your life is a nature lover, pack a picnic and enjoy a self-guided North State waterfall tour. Work your way along Highway 299 and you’ll discover plenty of cascading wonders, or venture north to the timeless Faery Falls in Siskiyou County. Got a little more time on your hands? Make your way over to the coast and take a historical cruise on the 107-year-old Madaket, courtesy of the fine folks at the Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum.

Meanwhile, prepare to be impressed by 12-year-old Joshua Altamura, who wowed national audiences and won the Food Network show Chopped Junior. We’ll tell you more about the Redding boy’s unforgettable culinary experience.  

Don’t forget to check out the activities in our monthly calendar, and if you’re still looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for the special mother in your life, stop by Enjoy the Store in Redding or Red Bluff and we’ll give you a hand.

Happy Mother’s Day, and enjoy!

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