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Wednesday, January 14  10:30 am: Book Signing
Porter Memorial Library, 3050 Porter Street, Soquel

Ivano Comelli will give a historical talk about "La Nostra Costa".  He will introduce Nancy to the group.  See info on Ivan's and Nancy's books below.

More information on the Porter Memorial Library at PorterMLB.org.

Porter Memorial Library, Soquel

La Nostra Costa La Nostra Costa by Ivano Franco Comelli
Visit Ivan's Website and The Nostra Costa Blog

"La Nostra Costa" (Our Coast) is about my family's journey to Davenport and the North Coast.  It contains a humorous story of how the Iacopetti Store later became the "Lost Weekend Bar" and now the Bonny Doon Vineyard Tasting Room.

The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (831-429-1964) 705 Front Street carries Ivano's book. Buy yourself a great Holiday Gift and support the Museum.

The Death Contingency The Death Contingency by Nancy Lynn Jarvis
More information available at www.GoodReadMysteries.com.

Regan McHenry is a Santa Cruz real estate agent whose work puts her in the midst of mystery, mayhem and even murder.  Recently, her business on the upper west side of town has brought her close to so many deaths her associates have started calling her 'the grim reaperette'.

The last death in the neighborhood is ruled accidental, but she thinks it's murder - she even thinks she knows who the murderer is.  Now Regan has to prove a crime has been committed before anyone will take her seriously.  The problem is - she doesn't want to be right.


June 3, 2002 Ladies Club Meeting Thursday, January 22
1:00 pm: The Ladies of Bonny Doon We will meet at the home of Jean Smith. Diane Pinkard will be talking on her new book. The group had an enjoyable holiday gathering in December at Mickey Beebe's home.

The club meets the fourth Thursday of most months and is open to all ladies of Bonny Doon.  It is a social and philanthropic group founded in 1942.  For information call President Larue Wilton at 425-3558 or Vice-President Barbara Louv at 426-3652.

Just Treat Me Like I Matter, The Heart of Sales by Diane Marie Pinkard

Diane Marie Pinkard believes that society is experiencing yet another major, social paradigm shift-that people are once again appreciating the value of caring and trusting "interpersonal relations" in both the corporate world and the marketplace. She maintains that "people still buy people," and they buy best from people who treat them like they matter.  More information is available on her website www.HeartofSales.com.

The Heart of Sales

Battle Mountain News - Morgan Rankin - 426-6412
Keep up with all the events in Bonny Doon with the Battle Mountain News.  Arriving the first of every month at all 1100 Bonny Doon households, this is the best way to advertise in Bonny Doon.  Ads are due by the 24th of the month for the next month's edition.  Rates as of November 2008 are: $20 for up to 12 lines; $50 for 12 lines to a half-page; and $150 for half- to full-page.  Call the publisher, Morgan Rankin, at 426-6412, and deliver your ads to her at 222 Ice Cream Grade.

Bonny Doon Volunteer Fire/Rescue, Inc.
A Charitable Non-Profit Corporation
(831) 426-1561   www.bonnydoonfire.com
Telephone 911 For All Emergencies
Burn Season Begins December 1st.  Yard trimmings can be burned only on "burn days".  Telephone 1-800-CAL-BURN to hear the Monterey Bay Air Pollution Control District's daily recording declaring whether that day is a "burn day" or a "no burn day".  Their decisions are based on air pollution factors and not fire safety.  Before burning, residents should judge fire safety factors such as high winds.  Detailed regulations and fire safety information are available from the California Department of Forestry, 6059 Highway 9 in Felton, telephone 335-5353.  Some basic rules include:
  • Material being burned must have grown on the property and should be dry.
  • Burning is limited to daylight hours.
  • An adult must be in attendance.
  • Burn piles should be small and a safe distance from flammable vegetation and buildings.
  • A water source should be available.

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
Bosch Baha'i Conference Center, 500 Comstock Lane, 423-3387

Please see the Battle Mountain News or call for the schedule of events.

Memories of the Mountain Memories of the Mountain
The Ladies of Bonny Doon

This wonderful book is still available.  A "must have" for new and old Dooner's alike.  The Ladies of Bonny Doon Club produced this book in 2004.  Many Bonny Dooners contributed stories, pictures, and editing skills.

Order your book online at authorhouse.com or call 800-839-8640.  $20.50 plus postage.