Caspar Community NEWS
Tuesday, December 11th, 2018
Caspar Pub Night, New Years Celebrations
Chef Jay Holecek and the Caspar Crew Present
Holiday Plate: truffled mashed potatoes, wild mushroom gravy, smoked turkey, cranberry sauce, Fortunate Farm winter salad (GF) $16
Vegan Holiday: truffled mashed potatoes, wild mushroom gravy, seared tempeh, cranberry sauce, Fortunate Farm winter salad (GF) $16
Chowder Meal: Clam Chowder, corn bread & Fortunate Farm winter salad (GF) $14
Clam Chowder: cup of chowder only (GF) $7
Fortunate Farm Winter Salad (GF & Vegan) $8
Pumpkin Pie with vanilla ice cream $7
Three Chocolate Truffles (Vegan) $7
Thank you to Jay Holecek for the food donation.
Benefit for Caspar Community. Prices include sales tax. Tips are gratefully accepted & go to support community events.
OPEN MIC for singers and musicians: 3 songs onstage, sound tech on-site to help you sound great. Admission is free. Info or to help: 964-4997 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the dates:
For the second year, Steven Bates Band & Foxglove kick off the New Year's weekend, beginning with the blue-grass-esque stylings and tight harmonies of Foxglove, with special guest Gene Parsons. Then, chairs will be cleared for the danceable, high energy rock of Steven Bates Band. Tickets available in advance ($20) at Harvest Market in Fort Bragg and on brownpapertickets.com, $25 at the door. All ages welcome. Doors at 7 pm, music at 7:30 pm. If the first set sells out, come at 8:30 for dancing. A no-host bar will benefit the Caspar Community.
Join us to celebrate the New Year, Caspar style. Joe Craven & The Sometimers, with Hattie Craven, will be playing selections from their latest record, a tribute to the music of Jerry Garcia: Garcia Songbook as well as many other dance tunes to get us moving into the new year. There will be scrumptious appetizers, desserts (please bring something to share if you like), and Caspar Bar will be serving lovely libations. Advance tickets $25, available at Harvest Market in Fort Bragg, Out of This World in Mendocino, at Caspar Community Center & online at newyearscaspar.brownpapertickets.com, $30 at the door. As always, we could use your volunteer energy to help put on this annual community event. Info or to help: 964-4997 or email@example.com
It's YOUR Center:
As an employee of Caspar Community, I spend a silly amount of time picking up junk mail that has been left to blow around in our beautiful mail pavilion. I know my neighbors as lovely people who wouldn't think of throwing things around their treasured places, but I can't help but grumble as I spend precious minutes, every day, chasing flying papers. I pick up the litter when I'm on the clock (paid for by your generous donations) & when I'm off the clock (because I think our mail pavilion was a special gift to our community & I want it kept clean). I take my own junk mail, along with your littered junk mail, home to recycle. I get very little junk mail myself because I tell retail companies I don't want multiple copies of their catalogues, I have opted out of prescreen credit offers & phone books, & followed the other excellent, & quickly accomplished, advice on sites like ecocycle.org/junkmail. Please find something else to do about your junk mail besides leave it lying around for me. The mail pavilion is yours, please take care of it. Thank you for your consideration.
See you here!
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