Scene to be Scene by KATHY DORSEY AND JEEVES Lincoln artists make clean sweep in Placer competition Trifecta... Lincoln artists not only took first and second places in the 3-D sculpture category during Placer Artists League 2010 Open Juried Art Show but third place as well. First place winner was Mike Daley with his entry titled “Mumpy Lumpy,” second place winner was Jo Ann Enstrom with her entry titled “Lying Horse,” and third place winner was Autumn L. Moon with her entry titled “Dragon and His Ladies.” Other Lincoln artists won awards in two more categories. Pam Berry won second place in the mixed media category with her entry titled “Glimpse of Light” and Sheryl Hughes won second place in the oil/acrylic category for her work titled “Zebra.” The show is sponsored by Placer Artists League in partnership with Placer Arts and continues through July 30 It is being held at Lincoln Arts Gallery which is located at 580 Sixth Street. The gallery is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m until 2:00 p.m. For more information about Placer Arts League visit www.placerarts.org/pal. Jeff Boyardee missing in action... On July 4, Italian Festival and RibFest organizer, Jeff Greenberg could be finally found at home after gaining his independence from Kaiser Hospital and successful surgery to remove his gallbladder. Jeff suffered an attack early Wednesday morning. Doctors quickly discovered the enemy and brought in reinforcements to battle it last Friday. Expect to see Jeff out and about within a week or so on behalf of Friends of Lincoln Kids. Meanwhile, we wish him a full and speedy recovery. Elevating experience... On Sunday, June 27, Lincoln United Methodist Church (645-3588) dedicated its new outdoor elevator in memory of Barbara Jansen. Church spokesperson, Carol Lavender, reports that the Jansen Family has a long association with Lincoln as both residential and commercial property owners and strong community supporters. Elizabeth Jansen, daughter of Barbara Jansen, attended the dedication. The church building which is located at 629 I Street has been a Lincoln landmark for over 120 years. The new outdoor elevator will allow church members as well as friends and visitors easy access. For more information about Lincoln United Methodist Church, visit www.lincolnunitedmethodistchurch.com. Telling tales... Friends of the Lincoln Library is excited to be part of the upcoming Northern California Storybook and Literature Festival on Saturday, July 31 from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Maidu Library and Community Center will the site for this day long event. The center is located at 1530 Maidu Drive in Roseville. Admission and parking are free. Popular novelist Julianne Balmain who also writes as Nadia Gordon will headline the event. The festival will feature over 30 authors including Lincoln’s Jeri Chase Ferris plus writing workshops, speaker panels, family entertainment, children’s arts and crafts, book signings and book sales. Also on hand will be Joanne Neft, who is well-known to Lincoln. Joanne’s recent publication, “Placer County Real Food Cookbook,” that she co-authored with Laura Caballero, is flying off the shelves. For more information, visit www.roseville.ca.us./LitFest. Nothing ordinary... American Cancer Society’s Discovery Shop is holding its vintage and collectible event from Friday, July 23 through Sunday, July 25 called “When the ordinary just won’t do!” The event will feature a wide selection of vintage clothing, accessories and collectibles. Discovery Shop (786-7773) is located at 1813 Douglas Boulevard in Roseville and is open every day. From Monday to Friday, hours are 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. On Saturday, hours are 10: a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Sunday hours are noon until 4:00 p.m. For more information about Discovery Shop, visit http://discoveryshop-roseville.org/ Trail mix... Placer County’s third annual Heritage Trail gets underway August 7 and 8 when 19 Placer County Museums will open their doors to visitors from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at no charge. Museums include Auburn’s Placer County, Gold County Medical, Joss House and Bernhard museums, Colfax’s Area Heritage Museum plus many others from Roseville to Lake Tahoe. Most museums are within a short drive off Interstate 80. Each museum offers a unique perspective on local history. Free Heritage Trail maps and guides will be available at each museum. For a modest charge, there will be a bus tour on each day. The bus will depart from the Auburn Fairgrounds and will visit museums toward Lake Tahoe on Saturday and toward Roseville on Sunday. To secure bus reservations, call (530) 889-6504. To obtain a complete list of The Heritage Trail museums and more information, call (530) 889-6500 or visit http://theheritagetrail.blogspot.com/ Just in from Jeeves... In August, Jeeves is looking forward to re-visiting many of the museums on The Heritage Trail. It’s a great event. However, he wonders why Lincoln Area Archives Museum (253-9972) is not on the list of participating museums. Jeeves knows that many volunteers including museum founder Jerry Logan, Wes Freeman and Shirley Russell have worked very hard to make Lincoln’s museum a showcase for our local history. Lincoln’s museum, which is located at 472 E Street, is open Monday to Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. until noon, Thursday from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. and Friday from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Jeeves is very proud of our museum and hopes that everyone will visit it soon. He also hopes that Lincoln Area Archives Museum will be listed on the fourth annual Heritage Trail. If you have an upcoming event that you, your family or neighbors are celebrating and wish to share, please contact Kathy Dorsey at (916) 645-0660 or E-mail Jeeves at JustInFromJeeves@aol.com. Kathy Dorsey is owner of Wardrobe and a Partner in The Place!