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Historical Society meets, farmers market gone, Dunbar talent

<em><strong>The more it changes . . .</strong></em>

First up: good news from Jim Shere, executive director of the Glen Ellen Historical Society. He wants you all to know about the next public meeting of the society, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m. “Not Losing the Real Glen Ellen.” Board president Charles Mikulik, a graduate student in the cultural resource management program at Sonoma State University, plans to talk about impending changes in our Valley. Among other subjects, Charles will discuss stewardship, and how we can affect our history by identifying, documenting and managing our resources. Charles’ insights into the academic and political forces that influence our community will help us to understand what goes into the decision about who we’ve been and who we will become.

This event takes place at Mayflower Hall, 5311 O’Donnell Lane in Glen Ellen this Saturday afternoon. It is free, though donations are appreciated and membership in the Glen Ellen Historical Society is encouraged.

<em><strong>Died and gone to Kenwood</strong></em>

Good neighbor and friend Jim Berkland was the first, but not the only, person to let me know that I’d made an error in a recent column. I appreciate Jim’s calls. Jim shares more news than I can ever use, we laugh and reminisce about good old days. Some of which are happening right now.


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