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Blue Lake Notes: Let the sun shine on BL

Mother Nature has been having a little fun with us lately, with some nonstop rain, followed by the most gorgeous of days, but what it is reminding me of is that here in Blue Lake, our late spring through fall weather is always the absolute best, and I cannot wait for what is in store.

Blue Lake Notes: Virtually sunny

It’s amazing how such a small town like Blue Lake has so many things going on. Just last weekend, there was the Wonder Woman Dash through the town, Mercy’s Haven held a special fundraising dinner at the Blue Lake Casino, and the Blue Lake School Boys Basketball Teams had their final basketball games. I can’t

Blue Lake Notes: Paint it, hide it, find it

The little town of Blue Lake is bustling with people enjoying the late winter sun. While it may end up cold, and sometimes foggy or even misty in the morning, the days have been sunny and beautiful here in Blue Lake. We love seeing new faces and old enjoying our trails and our businesses. Rock

Blue Lake Notes: Looking back & forward

As 2017 comes to a close, we look back at all the great things that have happened throughout the year. The City of Blue Lake has grown through the incredible leadership and partnership between the city and the community. Some highlights of activities from 2017 are the first of what we plan to be an

Blue Lake Notes: Painting parties and more make for happy holidays in Blue Lake

There is no question about it; Blue Lake is the happening place to be this season. Recently, on Dec. 1, the Blue Lake Artisans Collective hosted “A Taste of Blue Lake,” which showcased the food, drink and art of Blue Lake. It was a huge success, and sure to become an annual event! Shortly after

Blue Lake Notes: The peaceable hamlet’s many holiday offerings

Experience a taste of Blue Lake this holiday season! Start at the Museum Holiday Craft Fair Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Mad River Grange, 110 Hatchery Rd. There will be food offered by the Grange and a variety of artists, plus the traditional Christmas decoration table, where you can pick up gently-used, and sometimes new,

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