This Saturday, enjoy Caledonia Days at the Rios-Caledonia Adobe, 700 Mission St., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in San Miguel. There will be a barbecue and music.
With a theme of “Bygone Ways of Bygone Days,” volunteers will cook a delicious meal in old-fashioned Dutch ovens over open fires and serve tastings of the main dish and dessert.
Skilled artists and artisans will demonstrate arts and crafts that were necessary to the DIY life of early times. The event is presented in the early-day setting of the adobe by Friends of the Adobes and Native Sons of the Golden West, San Miguel Parlor No. 150.
Maria and Evodio Martinez have closed their Dos Padres Mexican Restaurant and wish to thank all their friends and patrons who made the business successful. They appreciate being able to raise a family here and send their children to college.
The county recently cleaned and widened some streets in anticipation of resurfacing them starting Sept. 15, but the project has been delayed until Oct. 6. K and L streets will be repaved by Pavich Construction; east-side streets will be crack-sealed by county crews.
Back for a visit
Fred Basquez, who grew up in San Miguel and now lives in Milton-Freewater, Ore., recently visited local friends and attended the 56th reunion of his Paso Robles High School Class of 1958.
Zoey Samantha Schmitz was born on Friday, Sept. 12, in Bakersfield to William and Valerie Schmitz. She’s our fourth grandchild and beautifully perfect. Zoey’s 4-year-old brother, Gabriel Hikaru Wada, has been excitedly awaiting her arrival.
For information on San Miguel events, history and opportunities to volunteer visit http://www.discoversanmiguel.com.