What’s Up This Week – 9.23.22

The weather is playing tricks on me. Two weeks ago, we were in the triple digits. This week, we’ve had our first winter storm of the season, and it’s only September. To top it off, I’m already entering Christmas events into The Bloom’s calendars. How is it all possible? Now, I’m all for planning ahead and looking forward to the holiday season. In fact, I’m usually the first to start listening to holiday music on a rainy day long before it’s appropriate. But, I’m thankful that fall is only just beginning. We have the Pear Festival this Saturday as well as the pumpkin patch and corn maze at ‘That Ranch’ starting up this weekend and every weekend in October. The forecast says we’re going back to 80-degree weather. Thankfully, all is well and it’s still a long way off before we begin wishing each other Happy New Year! So before the other busy season begins, let’s make the most of fall and enjoy the little things Lake County has to offer that make this time of year so special. In light of that, we’re excited to share with your our most recent Lake County adventure in Kelseyville. Whether you are local or not, it’s easy to get away from it all, have everything to do, and never leave Kelseyville. In addition to that, we also have a thoughtful piece by Lori Armstong and this week’s poem by Kim Schuck. I hope to see you at the Pear Festival! Have a great weekend Lake County.

Trudy Wakefield

Trudy and David Wakefield started The Bloom in 2018 to showcase the best parts of Lake County and to provide a local outlet for community events, arts, music, and writing.

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