Upcoming Events October 2014

October 2014 Events


Saturday, October 11, 2014: 1PM-5PM 



Film starts at 8pm at The Cornet in Dunsmuir

Friends of the Mt. Shasta Avalanche Center (FMSAC) bring you the first film in their Mountain Film Series on October 15th, with the new Powderwhore film “Some Thing Else”.

The film is at 8pm at the Cornet in Dunsmuir, located at 5727 Dunsmuir Avenue.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at The Fifth Season in Mt. Shasta, or at the door. 

Get stoked for the much-anticipated winter season &  join us October 15th.

You can view the film’s trailer at www.powderwhore.com. For more information, contact FireWhat, Inc. at (530) 235-4419 or email FMSAC at fmsac@fmsac.org.

Friends of the Mount Shasta Avalanche Center (FMSAC) was created as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2002 as a grassroots endeavor to financially support the Mt. Shasta Avalanche Center. Their mission is to enrich the Mount Shasta Area backcountry experience by providing professional forecasting, real-time information, and avalanche safety training.



Dunsmuir Elementary School is staging their

3rd annual Walk/Rune for the Arts on Saturday, October 18, 2014.

                3rd Annual Dunsmuir Elementary Run for the Arts
                1/2 marathon and 5K walk/run along the Upper Sacramento River

                October 18, 2014
                8:00 for 1/2 marathon
                8:30 for walk/run

                Dunsmuir Elementary School lower playground
                4760 Siskiyou Avenue, Dunsmuir

                www.Active.com (search for “Run for the Arts”)
                Pick up an entry form at Dunsmuir Elementary School
                Download entry form at www.dunsmuirrotary.org
                Register up to race time at the event

                $60 for the 1/2 marathon
                $20 for the Walk/Run (Students K-8: $10 )

                One half of proceeds will be donated to the families of Weed Elementary School affected by the Boles Fire.
                One half of proceeds will be used to support Arts & Music education at Dunsmuir Elementary School

Thank you very much for your help. If you need more information, please contact Susan Keeler at (530) 2354828; Ext. 115 or me (Will Newman) at (530) 235-5735.





On Monday September 15th a wildfire erupted in Weed California destroying over a150 dwellings and out structures leaving multitudes of people without shelter, food and clothing.


Local Dunsmuir California metal band Emanakcuf and the infamous ladies of the Jefferson State Roller Derby have decided to put their hand out to the people of Weed during this tragic time.

OPERATION: METALFEST is an example of community amongst musicians and fans joining forces with our local Roller derby an their fans reaching out to help people in need.

All are encouraged to donate baked goods to sell at the event. 100% of ALL donations including raffles, bake sales and admission to the event will go directly to the Shasta Regional Community Foundation disaster relief fund. 

For more information contact: Jim Powell


Senior Graduation Info and Financial Aid Night

tigerWednesday-October 22-2014    

6-7 pm @ DHS


For all DHS 2015 seniors & parents/guardians.

Cookies provided!!

Senior Graduation Info


Financial Aid Night

Wednesday – October 22 – 2014  

6-7 pm @ DHS

A meeting for all 2015 graduating seniors &

parents/ guardians to discuss:

*what to expect your senior year   &

* financial aid for life after high school.

Cookies provided!



October Events at Pops Performance Space


Friday, October 10, 7:30pm
An Evening of the Blues: Dave Pinsky and  Victor Martin
Long time fellow musicians and friends will join together for an evening of blues. Guitarist/Singer-Songwriter David Pinsky will drive down From the Rogue Valley to swing some tunes with Martin. Involved in many projects as Band leader of The Rhythm Kings, Pinsky has also ventured into a solo career as well as playing front porch blues with Broadway Phil Newton, Boogie King Gary Halliburton and or Bassist John Galloway.
Versatile in jazz, blues, soul, and funk, Martin is an extraordinary talent on his shiny silver tenor saxophone who  is ready to deliver some amazing sounds for fun, entertaining night.
Victor Martin, Allison Scull and Stefan Schittko
Saturday, October 11, 7:30pm The After Part of the Art Walk
Enjoy art from many varied from artists from 1-5pm ad then go listen to some music
Allison and Victor with Stefan Schittko on keyboard.. See www.allisonandvictor.com
Guitar, Vocals, Saxophone-Acoustic jazz Soul
Wednesday, October 15, 6 to 8 pm
Drum Circle put on by Sol Adventures
All ages. Percussion instruments provided. 
Saturday, October 18, 7:30pm
Boles Fire Fundraiser with Kevin Radley, No Boys Aloud and The Mountain Gypsies.
Kevin Bradley on Guitar
Kevin Radley is a singer songwriter from Vallejo who performs on a a variety of instruments including Guitar, 3&4 String Cigar Box Guitars, piano and harmonica . His songs often reflect on themes of presence, time,objects with a dose of political commentary and one of the most timeless themes; relationships.
No Boys Alous
No Boys Aloud is a Mount Shasta-based all-female rock/pop/R&B multi-instrumentalist band. NBA is performing “unplugged”, showcasing the tight three-part harmonies reminiscent of Dixie Chicks and Fleetwood Mac. Dana Knight (vocals/bass), Paula Reynolds (vocals/guitar/flute), Janet Sperry (vocals/ukulele) and Cindy Summers (percussion, crowd-pleasing).
Mountain Gypsies Dance Troup
Mountain Gypsies
The Mountain Gypsies are a local dance troupe that supports the community, fundraising, and the arts. With belly dance as their muse, they are always incorporating aesthetics that encompass many various forms of the dance. They are known for themed performances which change on a yearly basis.

Sunday, October 19, 2pm-4pm
Library Fundraiser   A “Celebration Of Our Dunsmuir Library” will take place on Sunday, October 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the POPS with a will feature a live musical  performance by Allison Scull and Victor Martin.
The event, which is free and open to the public,  will also have a raffle with prizes that include a handmade quilt by Sharon Stromsness, tickets to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and information on volunteer opportunities and Measure N on the November 4 ballot.
Raffle tickets are available at the library and at Dunsmuir Hardware and sell for $1 each or six for $5. Other raffle prizes include dinner for two at Café Maddalena, two all-day ski passes at the Mount Shasta Ski Park, and hand-tied flies from the Ted Fay Fly Shop. You must be present at the event to win raffle prizes.
Wednesday, October 22, 6 to 8 pm
Drum Circle put on by Sol Adventures
All ages. Percussion instruments provided.

Wednesday, October 29, 6 to 8 pm
Drum Circle put on by Sol Adventures
All ages. Percussion instruments provided.