If you live anywhere near the South Bay, you really should check this out. I have gone for the past 10 years or so. It is 8 hours of Bob Dylan songs, with no repeats, and performed by 60 musicians. It is hosted by Andy and Renee and their band Hard Rain.
Go to the link in the above for more info. If you plan to go, let me know, I would love to meet your there for a day of music and catching up.
Below is a sample of the music you will hear at Dylanfest.
Here is the link to their website where you can find out more about them and Dylanfest 29.
I saw in Facebook that Mr. Milling passed away on January 16, 2019. He was born on December 26, 1930. He was the swimming/water polo coach. Many in our class knew him as Mike in the years since our graduation.
For those of you who were not able to make it to our 55th class reunion at Jerry and Beverly Charles’ home, you missed a wonderful time.
However, sadly I heard there that our classmate, Dennis Parker had passed away on August 6th. I had missed the more timely posts on Facebook.
You can read more about Dennis at the link below.
Stay tuned for photos from the reunion, for those who have not already seen them on Facebook.
Until next time…
Remember, the deadline for your paid RSVP is August 15th.
We hope you all can make it!
In September, Leuzinger 1963 classmates, Gerald Miwa, Gary Crone, Shigeru Watanabe, Steve Mortenson, Norman Kajikawa (65), and I met in Santa Fe, NM to go on a week-long road trip in NM, AZ, and CO.
This video was shot and produced by Gerald. It captures what was described as the highlight of the trip by him and the others. I can see why. Unfortunately I headed for home one day early and missed out on the experience. My bad.