Opening Reception for The Space Between Exhibit at the MAC

The Middletown Art Center (MAC) is thrilled to announce the opening reception of its latest exhibit, The Space Between, on June 15th from 6:30-9:00 PM. This evocative group show brings together a diverse array of regional artists, both familiar and new, to explore and express their unique spiritual journeys through a variety of artistic mediums.

Chanele Hellwege Named Grand Marshal of Middletown Days

In a heartwarming announcement, Chanele Hellwege has been named the Grand Marshal for the 2024 Middletown Days parade. Known for her unwavering dedication to family and community, Chanele epitomizes the spirit of Middletown, making her a fitting choice for this honor.

Summer Sizzle Means More Mosquitoes: Vector Control Offers Tips to Stay Safe

June means lots of outdoor activities in Lake County—graduations, Father’s Day, barbecues, pool parties, the end of the school year and the beginning of summer vacation. It also means mosquito season, and it’s important to take steps to protect yourself and your family from mosquito bites and diseases like West Nile virus.

Lake County Farm Bureau Presents Annual Love of the Land Dinner – 6.22.24

Lake County Farm Bureau (LCFB) is delighted to extend a formal invitation to community members for the highly anticipated Annual Love of the Land Dinner. Scheduled to enchant guests on June 22nd at the stunning Mt. Konocti Winery, this soirée promises an evening of entertainment, wonderful dinner, and philanthropy, all in support of Lake County Farm Bureau and the LCFB Scholarship fund.

Seniors Take Center Stage at Silver Foundation Event

The 5th Annual Senior Summit opened to a packed house on May 6 at the Twin Pine Casino Event Center in Middletown. Two days later, in a fortuitous turn of events, the Silver Foundation was selected as the nonprofit of choice in the 100 Women Strong competition to benefit their Senior Companion Pet Project.

Prescription Drug Take Back Day Results

Community members safely disposed of 58 pounds of unneeded prescription drugs, including opioids. We thank the community for participating in this valuable program because removing these drugs from the community prevents abuse, keeps kids safe and protects the environment.

Tales from Cowtown: A Puppet Show Coming to Lake County

This June 21st and 22nd, Tales from Cowtown invites audiences of all ages across Lake County to witness a unique blend of puppetry, music, clowning, and storytelling. Created by artists Tayloranne Finch, Daniel Nickerson, and a large crew of creative collaborators, this family friendly show delves into themes of rural resilience and emotional intelligence in the face of climate challenges. 

Middletown Pool Summer Schedule

The Lake County Public Services Department is excited to announce that the Middletown Pool at 20962 Big Canyon Rd. will open on June 8, 2024. The hours of operation will be noon to 5:00 pm, Wednesday through Sunday. The pool fees are as follows:

Families Reign Supreme at the 40th Annual Catfish Derby in the Oaks

Considered to be the biggest of its kind west of the Mississippi, the 3-day Catfish Derby closed to cheers on Sunday, May 19, the last day of the event. The big winners? The Mandujano family is from Healdsburg, California. Brothers Omar and Efrain both placed in the top tier.

First Senior Days Events Begin at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park

The first in a series of “Senior Days” events to be held at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park is scheduled for Saturday, June 1. In the morning, the program will feature Rob Morgan, the Tribal Historian for the Koi Nation of Northern California, descendants of indigenous people who lived on the southern end of Clear Lake for thousands of years, including the land that makes up the park.

Upcoming Events in Mendocino

April 15, 2024: Memory & Legacy The Ukiah Branch Library staff invites the community to join us for Art Walk Ukiah on Friday, May 3 from 5 – 7 p.m. This month, we will feature Buffie Campbell-Schmidt and her art of traditional Pomo basket weaving.

Exploring Culture Through Art: Raíces Hermosas Exhibit Closes June 3rd

Over the past few months, almost 3,000 Lake County students have had the enriching experience of visiting the Raices Hermosas art exhibit. This exhibit, featuring the exceptional work of local and regional Latinx artists, provided not only a moving visual experience but also a deep dive into the cultural and artistic heritage of the Latinx community. It was heartening to witness young minds being exposed to such a rich tapestry of art and culture.

Celebrate 75 Years of Conservation: Boggs Mountain Demonstration State Forest Anniversary Hike & Festivities Await

Please join us in celebrating the 75th anniversary of Boggs Mountain Demonstration State Forest in Cobb. Enjoy a leisurely two-and-a-half-hour hike on trails restored by Friends of Boggs Mountain while Forester Richard Bucher relates the history and current forest management practices utilized by Cal Fire on June 22 starting at 9:00 am.

County of Lake Basic Business Credit Assistance Workshop: 5.23.24

On Thursday, May 23, 2024, at 10 am the County of Lake will host its final no cost small and micro business training workshop under the current Microenterprise Technical Assistance program.  This workshop will help current and prospective business owners understand the basics of credit.  It will be held at the Lower Lake Town Hall located at 16195 Main Street Lower Lake, CA 95457.

Start as Visitors, Leave as Friends: The Big Valley, Small Farms Tour

There’s nowhere like Big Valley and no farms like these. Mark Lipps says the tour is simple; just bring yourself, a positive attitude, and a smile. And if you didn’t come with a smile, you’re sure to leave with one. “We would love all visitors of Lake County to experience the different priorities a Lake County Big Valley small farm can embrace,” Mark says. “Come explore all of our farms for a great drive around the area. Start out as visitors, leave as friends.”

The Neighbor You Never Knew: Meet Jeff Warrenburg

Even though you may never have met him in person, if you’ve ever visited The Bloom, you’ve either seen Jeff Warrenburg or read about something he’s done for Lake County. He’s been a Rotary member for twenty-two years. He’s on the board for the Chamber of Commerce, is president of the Fair Foundation, and is on the City of Lakeport Planning Commission. He shows up in photos about once a quarter in The Bloom, most recently helping out the Community Kitchen Project. There he stands, second from the left, holding a check. That’s how you’ll usually bump into Jeff in Lake County. He’s always looking for a way to help: It’s part of his philosophy. “The biggest thing for me,” he says, “Is I feel a need to give back to the community. They give to me and help my business, so I want to help them out.” Without people like Jeff, the county would fall apart.


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