The cobwebs are down, the pumpkins have now rotted.
Lloyd is sad that the candy bowl is empty… for now.
The Backpage crew met up with Clint Jewett and Radene Cross and discussed the Our Lady of Lourdes Pheasant Festival happening on Saturday, Nov. 9. Come enjoy a delicious Tri-Tip dinner and help raise funds for the local catholic school. They will have lots of raffle and silent auction items, a kids area, a country store, and much more. And no, they don’t serve pheasant – Clint will explain it… tune in.
Meanwhile Hayley and Kent discussed tales from the driveway from their halloween night experience.
Some reminders from the evening:
Don’t forget Small Business Saturday on November 30. Register your business today at shopsmall.com
Riverside Lanes is collecting items for the Colusa County Animal Shelter, donate an item and receive a game of bowling. For more information, or to pickup a copy of the Colusa County Animal Shelter’s Wish List, visit 420 Main Street in Colusa.
Notible holiday events
Friday, December 6 – The Colusa Lions Club, Colusa Rotary Club, and the City of Colusa will host Chirstmas Tyme in Colusa at 6 PM to 9 PM on Friday, Dec. 6 in Downtown Colusa. Come enjoy the lighting of tree lighting of the Colusa County Court House, music, crafts, and a children’s play area. Santa Claus will be making an appearance.
Saturday, December 7 – The Maxwell Country Christmas and Light Parade will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 6 PM to 9 PM. Vendor and parade applications are available, contact Kyle at firstname.lastname@example.org or text (530) 501-6588. Applications due Dec. 4.
Sunday, December 8 – The Arbuckle Revitalization Committee will host the Hometown
Holiday Stroll on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 4 PM to 7 PM in LaVanche Hursh Park in Downtown Arbuckle. Enjoy the holiday festivities with photos with Santa, hot chocolate, cookies, candy canes, holiday shopping and more. For vendor information call (530) 681-2532, (530) 312-3796, or (530) 707-689-6399. Vendor fair will be held rain or shine.