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Quagga Mussel Alert!
By action of the
Board of Supervisors, all vessels launching into any
Lake County waters must participate in the county's mandatory screening
and sticker program, with inspection and decontamination if necessary.
Local residents must renew their stickers annually, visitors monthly. More info
Or call the Mussel
report possible violators or suspected contamination call the Sheriff
263 8656 or 911
Protecting Berryessa Snow Mountain
Trump administration has ordered the Interior Department to “review”
the status of 22 terrestrial monuments and five marine reserves,
including our own Berryessa Snow Mountain NM here in Lake County.
To help defeat this terrible idea please
SEPTEMBER 14-17 -- 38th annual Clear Lake Splash In, a three-day
celebration of the seaplane, featuring floating aircraft, aerial
demonstrations, amphibious cars, food, music, and more. Visit clearlakesplashin.com for more information.
SEPTEMBER 16, 12-5PM -- Indian Day celebration at Twin Pine, 22223 Hwy
29 and Rancheria Road, Middletown: opening prayer, traditional dances,
Native cuisine, live music and artisanal creations for sale.
SEPTEMBER 21, 7PM -- Redbud Audubon presentation by Gordon Beebe, "The
bird not found, and why" which delves into the natural and human
history of the island of Kauai. KelseyvillePresbyterian Church Social
Hall, 5430 Third St.
SEPTEMBER 23 -- Field trip to the Rodman Preserve,6350 Westlake Rd off
the Nice Lucerne cutoff, co-hosted by Redbud Audubon Society and the
Lake County Land Trust.
SEPTEMBER 23, 10AM-5PM -- 22nd annual California Indian Day at Robinson
Rancheria. A family event with traditional dancing, local
vendors, activities for children of all ages and a free salmon feed.
SEPTEMBER 23, 4-9PM -- Lake County Land Trust annual dinner and silent
auction, with special guest former Congressman Pete McCloskey. This
year's event will be held at Boatique Winery, 8255 Red Hills Rd, off
Highway 29. Tickets $85. Click here to RSVP.
SEPTEMBER 25 -- 25th annual Kelseyville Pear Festival, with food, wine,
parade, quilt show, music, antique tractors, craft booths,
informational tabling, and pears pears pears. For more info call (707)
413-3503 or visit kelseyvillepearfestival.com.
SEPTEMBER 27, 6:30PM -- Sierra Club meeting in the Round Room of
Mendocino Community College, featuring a presentation by Randal
MacDonald of the Citizens Climate Lobby on "Climate Change and What We
Can Do About it."
As always the event is free and open to the public. Contact Debi Sally, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
OCTOBER 6 -- Sierra Club hike to view the full moon over Clear Lake. A
funny little hike to obtain a spectacular view of the sunset as the
full moon rises over the lake. We will hike a steep two miles to the
top of Elephant Mountain with breathtaking views of Clear Lake from
high above the north shore between Lucerne and Glen Haven. The first
two thirds is up a Kono Tayee subdivision street. We will meet in the
early evening. Bring food for dinner and drinks Call leader Steve
Devoto 279-8308 or email@example.com to find out the time and place of the meeting. Limit 15.
OCTOBER 7, 10AM-6PM -- Lakeport Octoberfest street festival: music,
costume contest, Beer Tasting Garden and much more. Main Street from
1st to 4th.
OCTOBER 14, 10AM-3PM -- Heroes of Health and Safety Fair at the
Fairgroungs, 401 Martin St in Lakeport. Live demonstrations, including
helicopter take off and landings, Jaws of Life extractions, and fire
extinguisher challenges, plus access to free health screenings, dental
screenings, A1C testing, flu shots, free car seat safety inspections,
and more. Children's bike and bike helmet raffle too.
OCTOBER 28, 3PM -- Sierra Club Lake Group Wild and Scenic Film
Festival at the Soper Reese community theater, 275 S. Main in Lakeport.
Besides a series of prize winning films from last January’s acclaimed
Wild and Scenic Festival in Nevada City, the event will feature
local films, wine, beer and other refreshments, informational tabling
from local groups and a presentation with musical accompaniment) on the
Middle Creek Marsh Restoration project by Dr. Harry Lyons. More info and tickets