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Every Second Saturday in May through October, Dunsmuir offers the very best of the art, food, shopping, and culture of the Mt Shasta region. Whether you’re camping or renting a home, with or without children, staying for a weekend or staying for the summer, Dunsmuir has something special for you. Come for a visit, and your heart will always call you back.
What’s Happening this month - October 12, 2019
Bite this Chew on That Pet Store will be offering popcorn, made from old fashioned popcorn maker.
Ernie Wasson will offer a tour of the Dunsmuir Botanic Garden at 10 a.m. Tours start at the picnic tables by the river.
The Cornerstone Cafe will be offering a free cup of coffee with purchase of a breakfast. (Limited one per table.)
Magic Mountain Massage & Wellness will have belly dance at 11:00, yin yoga at 12:30 and Iyengar yoga at 2:30 for second Saturday, also a surprise pop-up shop!
Mossbrae Hotel will host Roma will play acoustic swing and American jazz standards from 3-5 pm. In honor of the season, coconut masks known in Spanish as Mascaras de Coco will be on display all day and horchata (cinnamon rice milk drink) will be served. These masks are from local Dunsmuirian Lance Anderson's collection, and are made by Nahuatl artists who live in the Mezcala region in the Guerrror State of Mexico.
Olde Thyme Tattoo will be offering nose piercings for only $20!
On the patio at Pops Performing Arts & Cultural Center, Allison Scull & Victor Martin will be performing their Acoustic Soul from 11 am to 12 pm and from 1 to 2 pm. Donations for the show are encouraged. In addition, Mount Shasta resident Pieter Kilkens will be providing $10 haircuts on the patio. Proceeds will go do fund Pops Performing Arts & Cultural Center programs. Dunsmuir Local Robin Johnson will also be selling her handmade jewelry.
The Sacred Well is hosting Deb Harton for lapidary demonstration from 1-3 and from 3:30-5:30. They will also have a drink special: a Cordyceps Mushroom Coffee Drink with hints of dark chocolate and ginger.
Siskiyou Arts Museum is opening a new exhibit, entitled “A Painterly Solid Paradox” showcasing the works of three seasoned artists: two painters – Leonard Brown and Dennis King, and multi-media artist Mark Stinson.
The Ted Fay Fly Shop will be paying your sale tax with any purchase in their store on Dunsmuir Second Saturday.
The Wheelhouse will be offering Community Group Games at 6:30 pm.
Check back often for new information about new offerings each month
A quality venue for performing, literary and visual artists from the local community and surrounding regions.
Featuring fresh Mediterranean cuisine, with flavors from Spain, France, Italy and North Africa.
Affordable, cozy accommodations in a 100-year-old house. Just up the hill from downtown Dunsmuir, walking distance to shops and restaurants, and ample parking.