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GIFTS FROM THE EAST – PART II: OUR GUIDE TO SPECIAL GIFTS FROM EAST COUNTY

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Miriam Raftery

December 14, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) –Doing our part to support our local economy, we bring you more delightful gift ideas from Mom-and-Pop retailers in our community. (If you missed part I, click here:  http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/node/7950 )  Scroll down to see our newest additions. Shopping locally not only helps support local merchants, artists and artisans and grows our local tax base, it also means you can view gifts first-hand, find some special items, get personalized service, and not worry whether items shipped from far away will arrive in time for the holidays.

SWEET! CHILDREN’S CANDY TRAIN PARTY AT JAMUL HAVEN DEC. 17


December 3, 2011 (Jamul) – At Jamul Haven, a five-star Victorian bed and breakfast inn in Jamul, a cherished holiday tradition is the annual “Children’s Candy Train Party.” Held on December 17, this free and festive occasion includes making candy trains and gingerbread houses.

HOLIDAY DECORATIONS LIGHT UP JAMUL HAVEN HISTORIC INN


 
 
 
 By Megan McGlamery
 
December 5, 2011 (Jamul) -- Tucked away in the scenic countryside of Jamul, California is the five-star Jamul Haven Inn, an exquisite bed and breakfast featuring a beautiful Victorian farmhouse. This four-bedroom, four-bathroom inn is especially spectacular during the holiday season, when innkeeper Marianne Roetzheim brings the holiday spirit to life with her stunning decorations.

JAMUL HAVEN TO HOST READING OF DICKENS’ "A CHRISTMAS CAROL” NOV. 5

November 2, 2011 (Jamul) Drama students from Santee High School will perform a free reading of “A Christmas Carol” on Saturday, November 5 at Jamul Haven Bed and Breakfast Inn. The performance is part of students’ preparatory work for their November production of this classic holiday story.

TEA TIME: JAMUL HAVEN OFFERS HIGH TEAS IN A CHARMING VICTORIAN INN

August 1, 2011 (Jamul) – A little-known but very special treat in San Diego’s East County can be found at Jamul Haven, an authentic Victorian-era bed and breakfast inn in Jamul, California. Built in 1899 as the home of “olive king” Charles Gifford, the elegant mansion later served as a stage coach stop.

 

Now a five-star-rated diamond inn (according to www.bedandbreakfast.com), Jamul Haven  invites the public to Victorian teas hosted on the second Saturday of each month between 3 and 5 p.m. In addition to teas from around the world, the menu includes tea sandwiches, soup, salad, seasonal fruits, homemade scones, Devonshire cream and lemon curd, plus a “decadent selection” of homemade confections.

JAMUL HAVEN INVITES PUBLIC TO PLAY-READING SERIES

"The Boston Forty-Nine Flamingo" to be read Saturday

 
July 1, 2011 (Jamul) -- The Jamul Haven holds play readings on the first Saturday of each month. On Saturday July 2, the reading will be "The Boston Forty-Nine Flamingo" by K Biadaszkiewicz. The play is a romantic comedy about a tie.
 
The program begins at 4:30 p.m. for a light dinner. The readings begin at 5:15 p.m. Following the reading there will be a talkback session with dessert.
 

FREE READINGS IN JAMUL ON FIRST SATURDAY EACH MONTH

 

 

June 3, 2011 (Jamul) --There will be a free reading this Saturday of "Triangle: The Fire That Changed America"" by Joel Castellaw. The haunting story of the Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire of March 25, 1911 is told. This horrific event changed labor laws throughout the United States, and is a powerful, historic story.

 

 

JAMUL HAVEN: FEEL A WORLD AWAY IN 30 MINUTES

 

A"Staycation" in East County

 

By Rachel Ford
April 2010 (Jamul) -- Jamul Haven is an 1890 Victorian mansion that has been lovingly transformed into a luxury bed and breakfast. Situated within 30 minutes of downtown San Diego, this European style bed and breakfast is nestled in a picturesque valley and is well worth a visit.

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