Thanking a deity for a beneficial year by setting aside a special day has been going on since antiquity. In our country, it all started in the Plymouth Colony in the autumn of 1621. William Bradford issued a proclamation declaring a Thanksgiving Day for the bountiful harvest. He appointed a committee to come up with an acceptable menu for the various banquets.
Local resident Stefan Savides is one of the most renowned avian sculptors in the world, whose work has been sought out by everyone from leading museums to Cabela’s Outfitters to Prince Akishino of Japan. But it’s the Klamath Basin that proudly boasts more of Savides’s public masterpieces than anywhere else. Bird lovers and art aficionados alike will want to set their GPS to enjoy a Klamath day trip of pure beauty.
These are all the events that you need to mark your calendar for so you don’t miss out on all the fun in the basin!
Sharing a meal is a time-honored approach to deepening friendships. Maybe that’s why community cookbooks, filled with recipes from family and friends, are so prized. And since few other seasonal ingredients evoke memories of cozy kitchens or family feasts like the pumpkin, we offer a “community cookbook” that celebrates fall’s favorite vegetable.