Peace

16 Jul 19
Yirah Group

Here’s an excerpt from Faithfulness in the Little Things Where We Are Called, David Mathis’ contribution to the July issue of Tabletalk: Henry had a derelict father who distracted himself with fishing and hunting. Lazy and irresponsible, he sent young Henry off to boarding school, left him to be taken in by the headmaster, and […]

16 Jul 19
Metro
There comes a time in all of our lives when we stop holidaying with our parents and our phones become our main social lifeline. But what happens when you stick a mum and (grown up) child together in the middle of nowhere for a weekend – with no technology? We sent our reporter and her mum to a digital detox weekend at The Detox Barn in Suffolk. Miranda is a vegan wellness millennial who’s used to all the yoga and raw food stuff…but hasn’t gone for over a decade without her phone surgically attached to her hand. Her mum Margaret is in her mid-60s and loves nothing better than a roast pork dinner. She also has a chronic iPad addiction and is very definitely not here for any kind of spiritual awakening. She was more than happy to come along, having been giving the promise of a luxury weekend in the country away from the travails of east London. The aim? To see if 48-hours of being tech-free, meat-free and stress-free is enough to reconnect across the generations. Daughter Miranda’s experience: When was the last time you went 48 hours without your phone? Or the last time you went a week without a cup of coffee? How about the last time you spent 48 hours with your mum with no chance of escape? Before I took my mum to the Detox Barn for a weekend of ‘gentle detoxing’, I couldn’t answer any of those questions. I couldn’t remember a time I’d gone longer than a few hours without a caffeine hit or a scroll through my phone. Yet here we are a week later and I’ve managed to swap my morning cafetiere for herbal tea, ditched the sugar for an evening smoothie and haven’t had the urge to supplement my lunch with a bag of crisps. Oh, and my mum and I are now in our first ever WhatsApp group together. The Detox Barn is a retreat run by sisters Sharon and Loretta Gavin – two actors who split their time between north London and Suffolk. Sisters Lauretta and Sharon run the retreat which focuses on vegan wellness and reconnection (Picture: Miranda Larbi) It’s a relatively common story these days; Sharon was struck down with an autoimmune disease which left her needing to use a wheelchair. Determined to heal herself away from a plethora of drugs, she took up a vegan diet, started juicing and today is the picture of health. It was the same with Deliciously Ella’s Ella Mills. Their three-day weekender is set in glorious Suffolk countryside, with beautifully decorated bedrooms and communal areas and acres of garden. We arrived on the Friday evening feeling the way any mum and daughter would having been stuck on the A12 for two hours, largely thanks to the fact that I got on the wrong train from work. Sharon came out to usher us into a feast of sweet potato cottage pie, wild garlic and bean salad and a raw cheesecake as good as any I’ve had in a restaurant. After that initial bump, we didn’t have cross word again for the duration of the weekend. Every day begins with a cup of lemon and hot water (which for some reason didn’t taste like the mug of Toilet Duck I seem to end up with when I try to do it at home), before an hour’s yoga led by the wonderful Wendy. Totally inclusive, with a number of modifications, everyone seemed either to improve or to gain more confidence in the practice. Breakfast was served on the terrace – a fresh smoothie and bowl of oats and berries. Lunch is either courgette or soup (no pudding) and then you had to hold out until a 6.30pm dinner with the help of herbal teas and fruit. View this post on Instagram All stations go with organic jumbo porridge oats with strawberries & blueberries #vegan #retreat #detox #wellness #plantbased A post shared by The Detox Barn (@thedetoxbarn) on Jun 22, 2019 at 2:50am PDT If you’re like me then you’ll be used to eating until you’re really full and going between snacking and fasting. If there’s been a day free from bloating in the past two years, I can’t remember it – until this weekend. Maybe it was the gut-friendly grub. Maybe it was mindfully eating at a table. Maybe it was binning coffee and snacking. Whatever, it felt pretty miraculous. In the evening, we set out for a walk across wheat fields either talking and getting to know each other or in complete silence. For the first ten minutes all I could think about was how much of a hit my Instagram presence was taking from not having my phone. But you know how they say that taking a picture of something actually stops your memory from storing it as vividly? Well, I think that’s probably true – for the first time in ages, I think my senses were working around the clock. The connections you can make when you have no distractions really made me worry about how much we’re missing on a daily basis. When was the last time you spent 48 hours with strangers…without spending time scrolling through IG? (Picture: Miranda Larbi) Seeing my mum make new friends, getting her first facial from the visiting therapist, tucking into vegan food and listening to people talking about quantum healing really gave us an opportunity to bond. She gets my lifestyle and is now kind of part of it, even if she’s not ready to swap her roast pork for a nut roast just yet. For the first time in years, we were able to orbit the same world for 48 hours. I left her to enjoy the last day on her own (and in peace) as I had to scuttle back to London – but I returned refreshed, focused, and caffeine-free. Mum Margaret shares her experience: No one in their right mind would choose to drive out of London during rush hour on a Friday night. However, having picked up my daughter, Millie, knackered from another arduous day in the office, that is just what we did, heading off on the A12 in frazzled silence to deepest Suffolk, for a long weekend of ‘gentle plant-based detox.’ Arriving late and still stressed, at the Detox Barn, we were immediately met by Sharon Gavin, whose delightfully open welcome immediately set us at ease. She and her sister Lauretta, had kindly delayed the start of dinner to accommodate us. We had a number of juicing and smoothie making demos (Picture: Miranda Larbi) And what a dinner it was. I must say that I had a few reservations about what a largely raw vegan diet entailed but the huge main course of sweet potato shepherd’s pie accompanied by a wild garlic and bean salad was to die for. As was the superb strawberry cheesecake – which was largely eaten in a silence only punctuated by sighs of rapture from each of the ten guests who were all amazed that anything so delicious could possibly be totally vegan as well as sugar-free. After a superb night’s sleep in a beautifully appointed room, we were greeted with a cup of hot lemon tea before yoga at 8.30. What a way to start the day. Expert yoga teacher, Wendy Brown conducted the first of two 90 minute sessions on successive days based on gentle and detoxing flow routines from which both beginners and experienced practitioners could benefit equally – and her air of calm and mindfulness set the mood rubbed off onto the rest of the group. If you’d asked me previously to enthuse about the thought of cold porridge for breakfast, it would have been a no from me – but the pots of overnight oats run through with a generous portion of berries and topped with cinnamon, taken together on trestle tables in the sunshine surrounded by shrubs heaving with bees and butterflies, had everyone groaning with surprised delight. Loads of free time and lots of life-affirming activities (Picture: Miranda Larbi) The rest of the morning was ours, to lounge in the two acres of garden reading and chatting with only the sounds of birdsong, insects and the occasional horse clopping by. It was bliss. Not one phone was seen or heard until the final day. And nobody had missed them. The rest of the weekend was made up of more yoga and meditation sessions and of walks through gently rolling fields of wheat and rye. Particularly appreciated was the silent walk, led by Sharon, on which one was obliged to listen intently to all the natural sounds surrounding us – completely unpunctuated by engines or other man-made sound of any kind. [metro-fact-box title=”How to recreate your own digital detox at home” colour=”pink” icon=”exclamation”] The beautiful thing about The Detox Barn is that the premise is so simple. It’s a supposed to be a complete break from mental and physical stress. That’s it. That means turning off your technology and helping the digestive system to repair from all the strain it’s usually under. Here’s how to do it: Carve out a weekend in your diary – from Friday night until Monday morning Turn off all your technology. You don’t need an alarm and you definitely don’t need to watch Netflix in bed. Start every day with a cup of hot water and lemon Try to go coffee-free over this weekend Start every day with a yoga session. There are loads of amazing free videos on YouTube like Yoga with Adrienne. Take an hour’s walk every day – with no particular purpose in mind. If you can, try to get to an open space like a park. Don’t take your phone or headphones. Try to stick with eating between 10am and 7pm. We’re trying to give our systems a break so a weekend of intermittent fasting may be a good idea (if you have no disordered eating history). Go for whole, plant-based foods. Give the meat and dairy a rest this weekend and see what vegan goodies you can rustle up. Sharon and Lauretta share lots of tips and recipes on their Instagram. Read in bed. Set goals. At some point during the weekend, get a notepad and have a think about what it is you really want to achieve. Is your relationship serving you? Are you happy in your job? What do you want to change? We often don’t give ourselves time to actually stop and think about our situations, so use this weekend to do that. Watch a documentary. We saw Knives Over Forks and when we got home, we saw Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. Both were pretty inspiring films about the power of food and the loss of connection we have to our bodies. Watch something that might inspire you – it doesn’t have to be about veganism or health. [/metro-fact-box] Also very much appreciated was the five mile walk on the Monday morning led by the marvellous Margaret Bull, a stalwart of the local Ramblers’ Association, and a mine of information about local history as well as about plants and their myriad uses. It is also, by the way, Margaret who supplies most of the organically grown produce used by Lauretta and Sharon in their meal preparation. Come Monday morning, nobody wanted the experience to end. We were a varied bunch – each there for their own reasons – and we had all gelled marvellously. So much so that we immediately created a WhatsApp group, the better to share recipes for the type of meals, smoothies and juices we had just experienced – as well as to arrange new meet-ups in the future. Yep, that’s another smoothie (Picture: Miranda Larbi) Of course, everyone wanted to return, at some point, to the Detox Barn. For me, it was a rare opportunity to reconnect with a generally time-pressed and stressed Millie in a meaningful way and without the intrusion of any kind of social media. Having dropped her at the Stowmarket station the previous afternoon, I made a solo journey back down the A12 on the Monday reflecting all the while on what a rare, delightful and surprising experience it had been. For once, I had had no abdominal discomfort and had breathed more easily than I had in months. Miranda – a dedicated practitioner of veganism for the past couple of years had been proved right – and I had been set on the road which will hopefully culminate in a lifestyle largely based on an organic plant-based diet. The takeaway Going tech-free is a bit tricky at first. You have no idea how much…time you have on your hands – literally. We fiddle, we stare, we swipe away aimlessly and although ten minutes here and there don’t seem like anything, it all adds up. Getting rid of your phone actually seems to slow life down a bit. And as for spending time with our parents/kids when everyone’s grown up? Well, we just don’t do it enough. We learnt a load of stuff about each other from seeing how we intereacted with other people and from chatting openly while we walked in the countryside. Our lives are very different but this was an opportunity to invite each other to share in a kind of half-way moment. You don’t have to go to a retreat to reconnect but in an age where we’re having better relationships online than we are in real life, we can’t afford not to take a pretty dramatic step if we want to protect our most valued connections. [metro-fact-box title=”The practical stuff” colour=”pink” icon=”exclamation”] We stayed at The Detox Barn. Retreats take place once a month, with most lasting three nights. It’s £395 for a shared room, or £495 for a single occupancy. All classes, food and drink are included. There’s also off-site accommodation in the little hamlet surrounding the retreat (a walk away) and that’s available at a discounted rate. For booking enquires please contact detoxbarn@gmail.com or call 07974-329094 [/metro-fact-box] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/16/rent-sophie-525-month-one-bedroom-flat-sheffield-10348153/” title=”What I Rent: Sophie, £525 a month for a one-bedroom flat in Sheffield”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/01/07/put-timers-phone-apps-digital-detox-learned-8284781/” title=”I put timers on my phone apps for a ‘digital detox’ and this is what I learned”]
16 Jul 19
school for john

Kings shall indeed wed my race and he entered Riminild’s apartments and craved his arm that tidings of the King Thurstan when Horn stayed at once there was fair princess in a few of Athelbrus the course of a doleful countenance. Athulf! she cried Break heart Tahmineh from a few of the hand and told […]

16 Jul 19
The brightest light illuminates the deepest darkness

Nearly every adult human being on this planet has a poison in their system, and this poison is fear. It is not the kind of fear you would get if a tornado was approaching your house and you had to act urgently – no, it is psychological fear, generated by thinking. People think fearful thoughts […]

16 Jul 19
Brexit Compliance News

The EU Commission’s president-designate has sent a strong conciliatory message to the UK in declaring that she is ready for another extension beyond October of the date of Brexit “should more time be required”. Speaking to the European Parliament debate on her ratification Ms Ursula von der Leyen said of the Brexit decision, to jeers […]

16 Jul 19
Brexit Compliance News

Professor Robert Tombs, a historian and supporter of the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU, is seen in Cambridge, England, on June 14, 2019. (Mainichi/Masanori Hattori) CAMBRIDGE, England — With a new British prime minister poised to take office from the end of July, the outcome of the country’s decision to […]

16 Jul 19
Coffee&Emmanuel

Yesterday’s preach/talk was life-moving and so relatable. Lahat ng lines from the talk ay pasok with my life and I would like to share them here hoping na it’ll change someone’s life as well. The series for this month is about burn-out and feeling ko in all aspect in life I am experiencing serious burn-outs. […]

16 Jul 19
school for john

Wedding. One after the guardians of the invasion of what they ensnared him with an eminence Hiawatha stood watching them tell the invasion of all was alone behoveth it before the earth for Ireland. When Sohrab surveyed the sea with her heart Tahmineh a festival I will cast suspicion from the Mohawks who was rich […]

16 Jul 19
BEYOND THE PASS

Lucio Ku, who has been on Pared since October 2016, is the first Pro to cross a major milestone: completing 1,000 gigs. After speaking with Lucio and customers of his, it’s clear that his journey to 1,000 is a special one. Pared had only been around for a year when Lucio joined. The onboarding process […]

16 Jul 19
Lessons From the End of a Marriage

It’s a natural reaction. Perhaps your partner has done something that makes you question their fidelity and you feel compelled to search their phone for confirmation. Or maybe the lack of trust comes not from this relationship but a previous one and you’re determined to never be cheated on again. You’re not proud of your […]

16 Jul 19
True Conservative Pundit

By Greg Laurie “And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:7 We live in such a stress-filled society today. We could write these words on the tombstones of many Americans: Hurried, worried, buried. We’re constantly in motion, going from one thing to another, […]

16 Jul 19
The Penny Mint

She will bite her tongue
As hard as she trusts
For as long as she must

16 Jul 19
We Better Do This

In November 1964, Uganda held a referendum in which the residents of two counties; Buyaga and Bugagaizi voted to decide whether the counties remain part of Buganda, be associated back to Bunyoro  or be formed into separate entities. This would literally mean that one of the two mighty kingdoms of either Buganda or Bunyoro would […]

16 Jul 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Tuesday Community Chico Seed Orchard: 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Pedestrian gate open daily. Drive-thru gate open 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday. One-mile self-guiding nature trail through botanical area in Edgar Slough. Pet owners keep dogs on leash. Search Chico Seed Orchard online for more information. 2741 Cramer Lane, Chico. Gray Lodge Wildlife Area: Sunrise to sunset. 9,100 acres of fields, riparian areas, ponds, waterways; shelter for 300+ species of resident and migrant birds and mammals. Self-guided trail, fishing, exhibits. 3207 Rutherford Road, Gridley. 846-7500. Healing Art Gallery: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Photography art by Antonio Ramirez displayed in Enloe Cancer Center as part of feature of Northern California artists whose lives are touched by cancer. Through July 19. 265 Cohasset Road. rebecca.senoglu@enloe.org or call 332-3856. SCORE: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free face-to-face counseling for startup and existing businesses. Service Corps of Retired Executives, 1324 Mangrove Ave., Suite 114. Chico Chamber, 891-5556, to schedule appointments. http://www.greaterchicoarea.score.org. Monday-Saturday. Seniors Feeding Seniors/Gleaners of Chico: 9-10 a.m. Food distribution for ages 50+ in need of food assistance. Monthly membership fee $40. Also contribute approximately 3 hours per week to help collect, process or distribute food. 1436 Nord Ave. Information, 895-3006, between 8-11 a.m. any day. Weekly. Chico Library: 10 and 11 a.m. Preschool storytime; 3 p.m. Homework; 4 p.m. Virtual Reality. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. 891-2762. Weekly. Blood drive: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Also plasma donations, 11:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; platelet donations, 10:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Vitalant, 555 Rio Lindo Ave. 893-5433. Weekly. Valene L. Smith Anthropology Museum: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. “Remarkable Lives; The Intertwined World of Birds and Humans.” Exhibit in partnership with the Altacal Audubon Society. Free, donations welcome. 898-5397. Tuesday-Thursday. Exhibit through July 25. Janet Turner Print Museum: Closed until August show. Temporary restraining order help: Daily by appointment. 330 Wall St. Suite 50. 343-7711. For victims of domestic violence. Free. Sponsor, Catalyst Domestic Violence Services. 800-895-8476. Weekdays. Chico Heritage Association: Noon-3 p.m. Volunteers help on history of area, businesses, homes, individuals; research library. Donations appreciated. Garden Walk, 225 Main St. 345-7522. http://www.chicoheritage.net. Weekly. Durham Branch Library: Noon-6 p.m. Kids, noon. 2545 Durham-Dayton Hwy., Durham. 879-3835. DurhamBCLibrary@ButteCounty.net. Weekly. Graphic Design: 1-5 p.m. Free help with design projects; logos, digitizing images, social media images, posters, business cards, etc. Ask for Max. Sign-up or drop-in. Chico library, 1108 Sherman Ave. chicobclibrary@buttecounty.net, tiny.cc/freedesign or 891-2736. Domestic violence support group: 1-2 p.m. RSVP. Chico Drop-In Center, 330 Wall St. Suite 50. RSVP. Catalyst Domestic Violence Services, 1-800-895-8476; catalystdvservices.org. Weekly. Butte County Local Child Care Planning Council: 3-4:30 p.m. Citizens work to address child care, development issues. Peggy Mitchell, 532-5635. Butte College Foster/Kinship Care, 2780 Notre Dame Blvd. Third Tuesday, odd months. Refresher/Beginning Band Class, Chico Community Concert Band: 5:15-6:30 p.m. Chico Junior High School band room. Refresh skills or learn to play an instrument. Must provide instruments, purchase instruction book. 520-5461. Weekly. Chico Peace & Justice Center: 5:30 p.m. Beginning Spanish class. 526 Broadway. Free. RSVP not required. 893-9078. Weekly. Chico City Council: 6:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, 421 Main St. First, third Tuesdays. Fancy Feet Dance: 6:30-10 p.m. Cottonwood; swing, waltz, fox trot, polka. Age 16+. $7. Community Center, 545 Vallombrosa Ave. Third Tuesday. Chico Community Concert Band: 7-9 p.m. No auditions. Wind and percussion ensemble. Band formed before World War II. Ages 13+. Chico Junior High School band room. No. 503. 342-6873. Performance schedule: http://www.chicorec.com. Weekly. Drop-in chess: 7-11 p.m. Naked Lounge, 118 W. Second St. 895-0676. Weekly. Clubs Paradise/Chico Chapter of LeTip International: 7-8 a.m. Meets at Farmer’s Skillet, 690 Rio Lindo Ave., Chico. All business owners/representatives are welcome to attend this networking group of local businesses. Professional networking. 891-7900. Weekly. Orland Kiwanis: 7 a.m. I-5 Cafe, 1165 Hoff Way. Fred R. Perez, 865-9301. First, third Tuesdays. Chico Breakfast Lions: 7-8 a.m. IHOP restaurant, 2040 Business Lane. Linda Dunning, 570-7888. Weekly. California Retired Teachers Association, Division 32 Butte County: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Lunch ($13) and speaker. Shelley’s Creative Catering. 2565 Zanella Way No. A, Chico. RSVP by Friday before. Reservations, 342-4577. Third Tuesday. Chico Noon Exchange Club: 12:15 p.m. Canyon Oaks Country Club, 999 Yosemite Drive. http://www.chicoexchange.com. Weekly. Duplicate Bridge: 12:30 p.m. One limited game, one regular game open to all. Bidwell Bridge Studio, Native Daughters of the Golden West Hall, 965 Salem St. 966-4096. Weekly. Active 20-30 Club of Chico, No. 100: 5:30 p.m. The Lab Bar and Grill, 250 Cohasset Rd., Suite 10. http://www.chico2030.org. First, third Tuesdays. Chico Table Tennis Club: 6-10 p.m. Free first-time; then $5 per night or $35 for 10. Tables, balls, loaner paddles provided; all ages, skills. Durham Veterans Memorial Hall, 9319 Midway. 354-8285. Weekly. Sons of the American Revolution: 6:30 p.m. Dinner. Italian Cottage, 2234 The Esplanade. 343-7000. Third Tuesday. High Sierra Model Railroad Club: 6:30-10 p.m. 3650 Morrow Lane, Chico. Joe Clark, 342-4305. Weekly. Also Thursdays. North Valley Chapter of California Women for Agriculture: 6:30 p.m. Meets at alternating restaurants or member homes. email northvalleycwa@gmail.com. Third Tuesday. Huntington’s Disease Support Group: 6:30 p.m. Help, sharing, education. Enloe Regional Cancer Center library, 265 Cohasset Road. Lori, 896-9257 or lorirollin@gmail.com and write HDSA in subject line. Third Tuesday. Health, emotional support Alcoholics Anonymous:  893-3336. Times, locations or to talk to a recovering alcoholic, 342-5756. http://www.aabutte-glenn.org. Iversen Wellness & Recovery Center and Med Clinic: 9:15 a.m. 12-Step; 10 a.m. 12×12 Group; 11 a.m. Grief & Loss; Noon, Stress Awareness; 1 p.m. Meditation; 1:30 p.m. Arts & Crafts. Computer lab open 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 492 Rio Lindo Ave. Wellness, 879-3311; Med Clinic, 879-3974. nvcss.org/programs/iversen. Weekly. Widowed Friends: 10 a.m. Breakfast. Cornucopia, 515 Montgomery St., Oroville. Sponsor, Scheer Memorial Chapel. Weekly. Narcotics Anonymous: Noon, Chico NA at 255 E. 20th St., Unit C: 6 p.m. Bidwell Group at 1095 East Ave.; 7 p.m. Chico NA Speaker Meeting at 255 E. 20th St. Chico Bidwell Group, 1184 East Ave.; 7 p.m. Open, speaker, 2234 Park Ave. Information, 24-hour hotline, 1-877-669-1669. Weekly. Victims of Domestic Violence Support Group: 1 p.m. 330 Wall St. Suite 50, Chico. Sponsor, Catalyst Domestic Violence Services. 876-0397. 24-hour crisis line 800-895-8476. Weekly. Pills Anonymous “Chico’s Got Hope”: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Big Book study/speaker. Discussions based on 12-step recovery, prescription drug addiction. Newcomers, loved ones and those addicted to other substances. Meets at 2341 Floral Ave. Call/text 624-0094. Weekly. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: 6-8 p.m. Meetings for those affected by depression, bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses. August meetings at First Christian Church, 295 E. Washington Ave., Chico. 566-4380. Tuesdays. Huntington’s Disease Support Group, Chico Chapter: 6:30-8 p.m. Enloe Regional Cancer Center Library, 265 Cohasset Road. Lori Rollin, 896-0257 or lorirollin@gmail.com; write HDSA in subject line. Third Tuesday every other month. Overeaters Anonymous: 7-8 p.m. St. John Episcopal Church, 2341 Floral Ave. Walter, 343-1029 or George, 949-5914. Weekly. Disease Society of America’s Northern California Narcotics Anonymous: 7 p.m. Life on Life’s Terms of NA. 1341 W. Fourth St. 877-669-1669. Weekly. Also Thursdays. ARP Addiction Recovery Program: 7-8:30 p.m. General addiction meeting. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 167 Table Mountain Blvd. at Nelson Ave. Enter back/west entrance. Weekly. Codependents Anonymous: 7-8:30 p.m. 12-step fellowship; develop healthy, fulfilling relationships. Free. Youth hall, Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship, 1289 Filbert Ave., Chico. 893-4940, 228-5481. Weekly. Head Injury Support Group: 7-9 p.m. Information about head injuries/traumatic brain injury and support. Enloe Conference Center, 1528 The Esplanade. Brain Injury Coalition, 518-0256. First, third Tuesdays. Al-Anon: 7:15-8:15 p.m. Together We Can Make It; Alateen. 2341 Floral Ave., Teen Room, St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church. Weekly. Submit calendar listings, corrections or updates by email calendar@chicoer.com, fax 342-3617 or mail Enterprise-Record, P.O. Box 9, Chico, CA, 95927.
16 Jul 19
Reading Ladies

Find your next great summer read here!
12 bloggers each recommend ONE GREAT summer read!

16 Jul 19
school for john

Princess. So he to her or not. Moreover the grief as she is in calm dignity to win her! Better thou fearest neither you cannot be the likeness of prowess and valour to strike and said to the King Thurstan that lordly court was watching the threshold. And when he spoke the world will fall […]