December 2019 Enjoy — All Is Bright

Editor’s Note…

Children dash off their letters to Santa, friends chatter about how to bless others with kindness, and families snuggle together with cups of cocoa to warm up on long, cold, winter nights. All is bright this holiday season.

This month, we’re shining some light on Marble Mountain Chocolates, created by a wildland firefighter who spends her off-season as a high-end chocolatier. She donates 10 percent of her profits to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.

Meanwhile, passionate powerhouse Randi Slaughter and a crew of comrades is working on a gift to Shasta County by overhauling its display at the state Capitol. Donations will fully fund the interactive diorama.

Artistic talent flows freely in the North State, and much of it is showcased through North Valley Art League. For 40 years, this community of artists has supported each other and shared its work through a gallery that’s free to explore. And its classes offer an opportunity for just about anyone to become an artist.

Ready for some holiday revelry? Brighten your holiday look with some sassy metallics – it’s time to dig out the bold and glittery palettes from the back of your beauty drawer and glam it up. We’ll show you how.

If you’re still looking for the perfect holiday gifts, we’ve been collaborating with Santa’s elves to ensure that Enjoy the Store has something for everyone on your list. Your purchases put money right into the pockets of artisans who are our own friends and neighbors – and we’ll even arrange them in our handmade crates that assure the recipient that they’re getting something really special.

We wish you a merry and bright holiday season – enjoy!

The Enjoy Team

On the Cover

Evie Klohe

Photo by Kara Stewart

October Winner

Jeff Bucks

Special gift package from the Cascade Theatre

About enjoymagazine

At Enjoy, the goal is to share all that is good about living in the North State. To see so many people truly enjoy the magazine is an incredible reward for the whole team. Having only exposed the tip of the iceberg when it comes to story ideas, there’s so much more to share with our community in the years to come.

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