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Glamis Sand Dunes
The Glamis Sand Dunes are the most popular off-road destination in Southern California. Hundreds of thousands of visitors arrive on various holiday weekends, often grouping in popular areas during specific times of the day, such as Oldsmobile Hill in the afternoon and Gecko Road in the afternoon. The BLM estimates that over 1.4 million visitors come to these sand dunes each year for day-use riding or to camp over weekends and ride in the dunes.
The Glamis Sand Dunes are located southeast of the Salton Sea in the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area southeast of the Salton Sea. The recreation area is 44 miles long by 6 miles wide which extends along a northwest by southeast line that follows the prevailing winds.
The Dunes are a wildnerness area and with the exception of the All American canal which cuts through it, is devoid of structures. The lands are managed by the BLM and are the largest mass of sand dunes in California. Off Road Vehicles are permitted on some sections of the dunes, while other areas are closed. A camping permit is required and is provide d with your rental.
Gordons Well Sand Dunes
Gordons Well is located in Imperial County, California 10.5 miles southwest of Ogilby, at an elevation of 154 feet. Famous for it's sand dunes, it is easily accessed just off Interstate 8. Take the Gordons Well exit off of I-8. Go north. At "T", turn right and drive over the canal.
Buttercup Sand Dunes
To reach the Butter Cup Sand Dune Campground take I-8 to the Grays Well exit. The Buttercup campground is south of the highway, to the left.
The Alzheimer’s Association of Orange County invites everyone to attend the Alzheimer’s Support Group Session on Saturday, August 30, 2014. The session starts at 1:00 in the afternoon at the Crystal Cathedral Arboretum, 12141 Lewis Street, Garden Grove, California.
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event and other caregivers and families will be present there. Guests can likewise get to exchange experiences and ideas about the illness. Take this opportunity to participate in such and get new information about Alzheimer’s and get emotional support from the people present.
All groups listed are in compliance with the chapter as well as national standards.
The meeting is faith-based and may include a prayer or a pastoral speaker.
Questions or inquiries may be coursed through Peggy Woelke at (714) 634-2161. Feel free to visit http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us for more details and to know other future events. Browse through http://www.alz.org to learn more about Alzheimer’s.
Everyone is invited to watch The Tavern on Thursday, August 14, 2014. This performance starts at 8:00 in the evening and will be held at the Festival Amphitheatre, 12762 Main Street, Garden Grove, Orange County, California.
Guests will get to enjoy an old-fashioned, rip-roarin’ American comedy-mystery classic perfect for the whole family to watch. The Tavern is written by George M. Cohan also known as the “Yankee Doodle Dandy”.
The performance is presented by the Shakespeare Orange County*Summerfest Orange County, an organization led by their new Producing Artistic Director John Walcutt. Walcutt is acclaimed for his performances of MACBETH, Malvolio, RICHARD III, as well as Cassius. Patrons would likewise recognize him for his beginnings at The Grove Shakespeare Festival where he first performed on that stage back in 1982.
Please call (714) 590-1575 or email Summerfestoc@gmail.com for any question or inquiry regarding the event. Feel to visit these sites http://shakespeareoc.org and http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us for more details.
Everyone is invited to attend the SummerFest Under the Stars Concert 2014 on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. This concert will be from 7:00 to 9:00 in the evening at the Ellen Browning Scipps Park, 1180 Coast Boulevard, La Jolla, California.
Attendees can easily relax at the Scipps Park and be serenaded by The La Jolla Music Society. Works of Brahms, Rossini, Gardel, and Telemann are to be played by chamber musicians and performers coming from the San Diego Youth Symphony’s International Youth Orchestra.
The La Jolla Music Society is focused in enhancing the vitality as well as deepening the cultural life of San Diego through the presentation and production of a dynamic range of performing arts for the increased diversification of the community.
Those who want to attend may contact Kristen Sakamoto at (858) 495-3724. Interested vendors may call Travis Wininger at (513) 739-9375. For more details, kindly browse through http://www.ljms.org/ and http://apps.sandiego.gov.
The Segerstrom Center for the Arts invites everyone to watch Spice World 2014 on Monday, July 14, 2014. This free event will start at 8:00 in the evening at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts located at 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, California.
This is comical modern send-up of The Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night. Guests will get to see the heroines deal with the obstacles of being pop stars as they prepare for their very first live performance to be held at the Royal Albert Hall.
Guests are encouraged to bring easily portable seating items like beach chairs. Bringing of snack and picnic suppers are also allowed. Those who wish to buy food can do so as food trucks will be available on site. However, barbecues and similar food preparations are not allowed.
Set-up begins at 5:30 in the afternoon while the movie starts at approximately 8:00pm.
Do you love dancing and meeting people? Then attend the Vogue Dance Club Line Dancing Class on Friday, July 4, 2014. This class will be from 8:00 in the evening until 12:00 midnight at the Cedar Brook Dance Center located at 12812 Garden Grove Boulevard, Garden Grove, California.
Dancers of all skill levels will have a great time at this event. Get to experience ballroom or even line dancing. Beginner dancers get to get their groove on and try their best to keep up with the others.
Members of the Vogue Dance Club come from all walks of life. There are nurses, web designers, businessmen, engineers, and the like. This club was created due to that fire for the love of dancing. Be part of the club, get to meet once a week, and meet new friends.
Contact Monica at (714) 576-4832 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries or questions. More details about the club are posted at http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us and http://www.voguedanceclub.com/.
Prepare your sports gear and be a part of Westview’s 9th Annual Client Five-Day Sportsfest happening on Monday, June 16, 2014. This activity will be from 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon at the Garden Grove Park, 9301 Westminster Avenue, Garden Grove, California.
Westview is a non-profit service agency which is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals by services created to help them realize their potential. The organization has community transition programs and day programs. It includes behaviour management, meaningful activities, community inclusion centers, community college classes, and community-based employment. Day programs, on the other hand, are adult day centers, senior activity centers, self-advocacy groups, and behaviour management programs.
Be sure to participate and be among those who have supported this event.
Those interested may contact Westview Activities Director Carole Cooper at (714) 635-2444. Feel free to visit http://www.westviewservices.org or http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us to learn more about the organization and the event details.
Tiny tots are invited to attend the Toddler Storytime on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. The activity will be from 10:30 to 11:30 in the morning at the Garden Grove Chapman Library located at 9182 Chapman Avenue, Garden Grove, California.
Make sure to grab this chance and let your toddler listen to fun stories and sing songs and rhymes. After Storytime, tots will get to do some crafting and have their playtime. It will surely be a lot of fun and very much exciting.
Allow the kids to play with the other children and let them make some new friends. Who knows, one of them might be a keeper and would last for a lifetime. It could likewise be a play date for them.
Those interested may contact the Chapman Library at 1-714-539-2115. To learn more about the library’s future events and for the other branches of the OC Public Library, please visit http://ocpl.org/.
All teens are invited to participate at the Teen Game Day on Tuesday, May 20, 2014. The event will be from 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon at the Garden Grove Regional Library located at 11200 Stanford Avenue, Garden Grove, California.
This gaming event aims to turn favorite board games and TV game shows into a fun and friendly team competition.Teenagers are given the chance to spend time with their friends and make new friendship ties along the way through this. In today’s world full of gadgets and technology, it can be quite rewarding playing board games and TV game shows with others that share the same passion.
There is something different each month so be sure to check at the library for updates. Turn this into a monthly bonding activity together with friends. Surely, this is something to look forward to.
For those interested to join, kindly contact Kim Banks, Teen Librarian, at (714) 530-0711. Feel free to visit http://ocpl.org/ to learn more about other future events on the OC Public Library Branches.
Running enthusiasts are invited to attend the First Annual Strawberry Festival 5K happening on Saturday, May 24, 2014 starting at 8:00 in the morning. The event will be at the Historic Main Street in Garden Grove, California.
Participants of this race will get to enjoy a flat course while running through the Garden Grove streets. Included in the $45 ticket is a pancake breakfast plus a t-shirt. There are also top three category medals to be given. The Strawberry Festival annual parade will commence at 10:00 in the morning after the race.
The Sister City Association of Garden Grove (SCAGG) is the beneficiary of this event. It is a group that focuses in furthering the knowledge plus understanding of Garden Grove residents and other similar foreign country cities.
Bring family and friends and make this running experience more memorable.
To learn more about SCAGG, please visit http://www.ggsistercity.org. Interested participants and runners can register through this site. For more information about the Strawberry Festival kindly click on http://strawberryfestival.org.