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SPRING GUIDE #2 ARTS&CULTURE Weird Facts & Fun Trivia - 6 DAY UNDER THE OAKS


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Butter has been colored yellow since at least the 1300s. During the Middle Ages it was colored with marigold flowers.


Carnations, also called clove pink and gillyflower, are an edible flower with a spicy odor that are native to the Mediterranean region.


Cassia (Chinese cinnamon) is the dried bark of a tree in the laurel family, as is cinnamon. Cinnamon and cassia are closely related, but cassia is stronger and less delicate in flavor.


Most of the ‘cinnamon’ sold in the U.S. is actually cassia.


are free; no pets are allowed. SRJC’s Career Education de- partment is the premier spon- sor of the event, which will highlight hands-on education with the event theme, “Expe- rience SRJC.” Booths will


offer food, hands-on activ- ities,


demonstra- tions,


and fun for the whole


displays, shows, family.


Informa t ion on activities, performances, sponsors, food trucks and more are available at duo.san- tarosa.edu.


Event highlights will include:


• Free bike valet parking ser vice provided by The Sonoma County Bike Coalition • Baby chick petting area pro vided by Western Farms


• A fashion show, run entirely by SRJC Fashion students


Arts


• Cultural performances, such as hula dancing and Poly nesian music by Hui Pulama Mau, Native American crafts and performances, and Red


• Delicious food • Much more! There will also be area build- ing tours, free health evalu- ations, craft vendors, and a wide riety


va- of


d e m o n - strations by instruc- tional


de-


partments and stu- dent clubs. Attendees can enter classrooms and


labs,


speak with SRJC’ s esteemed


wood Dancers.


• Musical performances including


the SRJC’s


symphonic and jazz bands • Kids activities, including face painting and bouncy houses


• Culinary student cooking demonstrations • An SRJC Public Safety demonstration of the “Jaws of Life”


CELEBRATE Juicy Tales


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that’s why I’ve schlepped my library from Maine to Cali- fornia, from Windsor to Gey- serville, and the good gods only know where to next. But, schlep I will. Red Mountain is a keeper, and I’ll revisit it from time to time... I’d honestly


like Boo Walker to write a se- quel. I’m already ready for it. Meanwhile, I’ll be reading


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“You need to have a living farm, a place


Lowcounty Punch, Off You Go, and Turn or Burn. It’s his style that I know crave, and how he weaves his stories... I started with his last story, but I feel the need to begin


at


that encourages the circle of life.”


day Tolkien. “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.” ~ Phyllis Diller the


beginning... It would be like the three summers in succession that I read Te Hob- bit, and then Te Lord of the Rings Trilogy.


I think I found my modern Empire Chinese


faculty members and students can


meet with counselors


and even register for summer and fall classes. The event is named in honor of the late SRJC trustee and Day Under the Oaks co-founder Larry Bertolini, who arranged the annual farm petting zoo and also was the co-founder of Western Farms. Further Information available at https://duo.santarosa.edu/


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