The Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce held a Mixer at the Dunsmuir Brewery Works again in May to update the community on what is going on in and around the Dunsmuir Community. The talks started with the College of the Siskiyous new Learning Alignment Employment Program (LAEP) with the cooperative work experience […]
The 8th Annual Kids Day Festival will take place on April 22nd from 10am – 2pm at Bel Air Park in Weed.
This event is a well – attended FAMILY fun dayservices for over 1,000 children and adults. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and we do this festival each year to raise public awareness of child abuse and neglect, recommit efforts and resources aimed at protecting children and strengthening families, and […]
Due to the snow outside, Dunsmuir held its Easter Festival in the Dunsmuir Community Center on Saturday. The Center was packed with children, their families, toys and prizes, snacks, and a “balloon pit” where the kids had to hunt for their Easter eggs underneath. There were tons of toys, 30 […]
There is a new bakery that just opened in Dunsmuir called Bee Kind Bakery & Catering. It’s not only a great place to go for a food break, but a destination to enjoy local art and events. But first, let’s not get ahead of ourselves here: Bee Kind Bakery & Catering […]
On the last day of school before spring break, Dunsmuir Elementary School awards their students for their attendance, and also one student from each class is awarded a monthly character trait which, for the month of March, is gratitude. Each month, there is a drawing for those who qualify with perfect attendance. […]
Parents and staff filled the gymnasium to watch the majority of the students that were acknowledged. Boys basketball awards went to Aden Hoerber, Van Irell, Coach Carl Smith (front row) Royce Henson, Pasquale Zaccaglini, Keagun Gans, and Robert Phelps. Not shown; Gilbert Loza, Noah Loza, and Tenki Ui.
Dunsmuir Elementary School stopped classes for an hour on Thursday to host Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Bash which lands on March 2nd. The auditorium was festively decorated and filled with Dr. Seuss games such as Lorax orange making, face painting, photo booth, salt painting, fishy fishing, hula hoop and ring toss, decorated Lorax […]
Julia Monson says that she has been a casual artist throughout her life. It was a practice she picked up while painting with her grandmother as a child. Monson was diagnosed with Cone Dystrophy disease in her adult years. A genetic disease that effects the cone cells of the […]
Whereas the arrival of the railroad dominated the local economy for a hundred years, Dunsmuir’s modern-day economy predominantly relies on tourism. Dunsmuir Chamber The Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce held its annual mixer on February 7th, at Yaks on the 5 drawing about 30 to 40 business owners to help “build a […]