March 2016 - Fresh and New
By Enjoy Magazine
On the cover Kohan Wallace
Photo by Kara Stewart
A wonderfully wet winter has paved the way for a glorious spring, and we’ve got plenty of ideas for helping you immerse yourself in this season of rebirth.
Grab your tickets now for the Sundial Film Festival, where imaginative films and photographs are showcased at the magnificent Cascade Theatre. Ready for a pint and a nosh? Stop by Woody’s Brewing Co., a brewpub that’s having a whole lot of fun sharing craft beers and comfort food with the North State. If wine is more your style, you’ll feel like family when you walk through the door of Moseley Family Cellars, where Marty and Mimi Moseley have turned a hobby into a career.
Heading south for spring break? Stop by The Coffee House and Eatery in Orland for some fresh, local fare. And if you’re flying out of the Sacramento International Airport, give yourself a few extra minutes to enjoy some of the creative works that are part of the Art in Public
Or cruise over to Lassen Volcanic National Park and check out the new augmented reality interactive sandbox at the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center – it’s just as cool as it sounds, and the story behind it is riveting.
While the kids prepare for Easter egg hunts, you can hunt for treasures at Orange Street Consignments in Chico, a smorgasbord of vintage curiosities, antiques and collectibles. If you’re more of a naturalist, take a hike and look for lichen. A blend of algae and fungi, it can be lacy or leafy, leathery or crusty – and it’s actually quite lovely, in addition to being useful. We’ll tell you why.
Then meet Ron Giesecke, the North State’s own master of illusion, who has turned card tricks into a mesmerizing storytelling experience. We’ll also introduce you to the Jefferson Pipe Band, which plans to face off against the best pipers on the planet during the 2017 World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
Celebrate spring, and enjoy!
March 2016 - Fresh & New