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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.
All are invited to visit the Farmers Market on Sunday, November 30, 2014. The market will be open from 9:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon at the Historic Main Street Garden Grove, 12866 Main Street, Garden Grove, California.
Guests will get to appreciate the old town’s atmosphere as well as the hospitality of the people who are there. There will be live shows, farm fresh Certified California Grown Fruits and Vegetables, and plenty gourmet specialty foods. Visitors may likewise choose among arts, crafts, and jewelry coming from local area vendors. Musicians from the nearby communities will be providing entertainment while guests browse through the goodies available on site.
Grab this chance to buy trinkets or go on a food trip as this event is for free.
Questions or inquiries can be coursed through Director Lee Ostendorf at (562) 449 – 9299. For more details, kindly visit http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us and http://www.localharvestfarmersmarkets.com/.
Everyone is invited to visit the Village Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday, November 15, 2014. The fair starts at 9:00 in the morning and ends at 3:00 in the afternoon and will be held at the Village Bible Church, 12671 Buaro Street, Garden Grove, California.
Attendees will get to enjoy this free and family-friendly event. More than 50 vendors will be selling unique handmade home decorations, woodcraft, jewelry, baby items, and holiday decorations. Surely there is something for everyone. Grab this chance to find something for yourself, friends, and family members just be sure to take time to look at everything available before buying an item.
The Village Bible Church focuses on building Christ focused families that disciple their community for Him.
Questions and inquiries can be addressed to Sarah Ailes by calling (714) 537 – 0669 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details, please visit http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us and http://www.villagebible.com/.
All are invited to be part of the Garden Grove Rotary Club Meeting happening on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 from 12:15 noon to 1:30 in the afternoon. The meeting will be at the Marriott Suites Hotel, SW Corner of Harbor Boulevard and Chapman Avenue, Garden Grove, Orange County, California.
Guests and even those interested to be part of the Garden Grove Rotary Club are very much welcome to attend.
The rotary is an organization of business as well as professional leaders who are united all throughout the globe, provides humanitarian service, and encourages high ethical standards in all vocations. The organization likewise helps build goodwill as well as peace in the word. To date, there are about 1.2 million Rotarians, and have more than 29,000 Rotary clubs in about 161 countries.
The Achievers Toastmasters Club is inviting everyone to be part of their Toastmasters Meeting “Presidents Distinguish” on Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 7:00 to 8:30 in the morning. The event will be held at the Crystal Cathedral Tower of Hope, 12141 Lewis Street, Garden Grove, California.
The club will be hosting communication as well as leadership meetings that feature professional speakers. Such meetings are held every Thursday except during New Years, Christmas, and Thanksgiving holiday weeks.
The organization’s mission is providing a supportive and positive learning experience wherein members get to be empowered in developing communication and leadership skills that will result in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
Those interested or have questions about the event, kindly contact Barbara Barrientas at (714) 971 – 4123 or email@example.com. Feel free to visit http://www.orgsites.com or http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us for more details.
The Soroptimist International of Garden Grove invites everyone to be part of their meeting on Thursday, September 25, 2014. The meeting will be held at the Sunspot Restaurant (inside the Marriott Suites hotel), 12015 Harbor Boulevard, Garden Grove, California.
Meetings are held every second and fourth Thursday of each month. Guests as well as those interested to become a member of this group are most welcome to attend.
The Soroptimist International of Garden Grove (SIGG) is committed to the Soroptimist mission of being able to improve the lives of women and girls within local communities as well as throughout the globe. The organization has likewise sponsored an Essay Contest for girls in the elementary level with the hopes of drawing their attention to issues like bullying, beauty, self-esteem, body image, and “super women”.
Kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org or CLICK ON THIS LINK for questions or inquiries. Please visit http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us or http://www.sigardengrove.org for more details about the event and organization.
Everyone is invited to come and visit the Farmers’ Market on Tuesday, September 14, 2014. The market is open from 9:00 in the morning to 2:00 in the evening at Main Street, between Garden Grove Boulevard and Acacia Parkway, Garden Grove, California.
Visitors get to choose and purchase among the freshest produce and other food items available. Those who are fond of attending such activities will surely have an eye on something they do not normally see. Surely there is something for everyone attending the Farmers’ Market. More so, it is also the chance to talk to the farmers and know their products as well.
Bring friends and family members with you and share this experience with one another.
Please call Lee at (562) – 498 – 6048 or (562) 449 – 9299 for questions or inquiries. Feel free to visit http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us for more details.
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.