I’ve always enjoyed this month in our town. With Labor Day picnics and barbecues marking the unofficial end of summer and the weather slowly cooling, this place is set for some fun.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
You fellow citizens come up with wonderful ways on how to solve the problems of the world and even around here. One reader, considering our ongoing drought, has suggested we ship in beer.
Tonight in the Lions Town and Country Park amphitheater the final film in the Movies in the Park series will be shown.
First, let me thank all you readers who took the time to correspond telling me how much they enjoyed Friday’s fishwrap about Madera in the 1960s.
It was the final days of summer, the harvest was almost in, Labor Day was over and we started school at Madera High on Monday.
For those of you who emailed or corresponded after the last column, no I did not forget that this past Friday and weekend marked the 45th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival.
Don’t do it. It’s Friday. Say to yourself, “stay off the soapbox, stay OFF the soapbox.” Then howzabout some groans to start off this birdcage liner.