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Mosaics Cooking Class: Making Kazakh Manti Dumplings

To celebrate Korean/Chinese Full Moon Festival, Lila, a Kazakh native, will teach how to make authentic Kazakh dumplings from scratch.

• Place: Fireside Room Kitchen (next to Main Sanctuary)
• Time: Sept. 14, 2019, from 2:30 pm to 6 pm

Please reserve the spot as this cooking event is for the first 8 people who RSVP’ed. For more information, please contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470. Thank you! ♥ #mosaics

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Mosaics Fall Class Schedule effective from August 17, 2019

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Mosaics Summer Class Schedule

Mosaics Summer Class Schedule effective from July 13, 2019

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Mosaics Summer BBQ

Mosaics Summer BBQ at North Lawn of DCC

Mosaics will have its first BBQ picnic of the year at the North Lawn of DCC (in front of Phoenix Hall). All classes will be meeting at the classroom until 5 pm and will continue meeting at the lawn area.

We will grill baby back ribs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, Grace’s famous lemon & lime chicken thighs, fishes and vegetables.

We will start the BBQ around 5 pm. We will enjoy various games, mini soccer and music. Please bring side dishes, drinks and desserts to share.

For more information, please contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470. Thank you for your support and participation!

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Mosaics Festival of Venezuela & Colombia

Mosaics Festival of Venezuela & Colombia

June 15, 2019 @ Fellowship Hall, Davis Community Church

Reception @ 5:15 pm | Venezuelan Culture Presentation @ 6 pm | Fundraising Dinner Banquet @ 6:30 pm | Open Mic for Music & Colombian Dance @ 7 pm | Raffle Drawing @ 8:15 pm


This event is for all mosaics participants and their friends & families. We will prepare Venezuelan & Colombian Dinner Banquet (Suggested Donation of $10 for dinner & 1 raffle ticket, additional raffle tickets are available at $2.50 each). Raised fund will benefit Mosaics ministries. There will be a time for introducing Venezuelan culture & history and will pray for Venezuela during the event.

• All Mosaics’ Saturday classes will be held as usual but will end at 5 pm.

• Please donate raffle prizes, auction prizes and/or cash donation to Davis Mosaics on or before June 15, 2019. Also, please bring/donate desserts and non-alcoholic drinks on the date of event.

• We need volunteers to cook, to set up tables and decoration from 2:30 pm.

• For more information, please visit: or contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470 or Thank you! ♥ #mosaics

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Mosaics Hike to Bothe-Napa Valley State Park Coyote Peak

Mosaics Hike to Bothe-Napa Valley State Park Coyote Peak

No classroom gatherings on Saturday, May 25, 2019

We will meet at Davis Community Church’s Staff Parking Lot at 8:45 am for carpooling and will leave together at 9 am on time. Total driving miles from Davis to the Bothe-Napa Valley State Park (3801 Saint Helena Hwy, Calistoga, CA 94515) is 76 miles (about 1 hour 30 minutes of driving time).

For those who come directly to the parking area near the trailhead of the Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, please meet the group at 10:45 am. We will start hiking at 11 am on time.

Please bring your own water and lunch.


Highlight of Coyote Peak Trail Hiking:

4.4 mile loop hike through redwood forest is easy, with some short steep stretches, and plenty of level ground. Total elevation change is about 800 feet.

Bothe-Napa Valley State Park is accessible right off Highway 29 and just down the street from downtown St. Helena. The park is located 5 miles north of St. Helena and 4 miles south of Calistoga on Highway 29/128. (Latitude/Longitude: 38.5376 / -122.5788)

Dogs are restricted to the camp and picnic areas and must be leashed.

Trail (1.5 miles) – starting from Ritchey Creek, this hike climbs up to 1170 feet to a point from which hikers can oversee Napa Valley.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the Napa Valley via a little slice of open space filled with some of the easternmost coastal redwood trees in the state. Located just north of St. Helena Bothe-Napa Valley State Park features a hiking loop with lots of variety and rewarding views.

We will start the hike alongside Ritchey Creek. The path eventually veers and rises steadily; near the summit, the trees give way and the trail becomes exposed. There good views just below Coyote Peak, where a break in the forest creates a wide-angle panorama of St. Helena and the Vaca Mountain Range.

For those people who choose, there will be time to explore and wine taste in the Napa Valley before returning home.

The park access fee is $8 per car. You can park right near the trailhead.

For additional information, please visit following websites:

For more information, please visit our FB event site at: or contact Dr. Stephen Moon at 916-217-5470. ♥ #mosaics

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