Thursday, October 27, 2011

Halloween in Huntington Beach

Liking your self some BBQ??? How about heading over to Albertson's on Beach Blvd (at Adams) and enjoy some tasty vittles while doing some good for A Leg Up Rescue. A Leg Up now has a bus which was donated by the Boys & Girls Club and this bus will be used to transport rescue dogs (primarily dogs, but not exclusively) from our over crowded shelters up to the northwest areas of Oregon, Washington & Canada where there are plenty of people waiting to adopt. This is a wonderful service we are now able to offer and Albertsons is the first to step up and offer some help to start raising money to make this transport possible. By the way, the new transport is called Waggin' Trails so keep your eyes open for the new website, waggintrails.org where you'll be able to keep up to date with what is going on with the transport and related fundraisers. So if you love animals like I do, I hope you try to make it down either Saturday or Sunday anytime between 10:30am & 3pm.

On Halloween evening, get on down to Main Street for the annual family friendly street fest 4pm-8pm. There are all kinds of fun stuff going on and of course I will be wandering around in some kind of ghoulish attire!! But prior to that, you can enjoy some Halloween fun this Saturday (after the Albertson's BBQ of course) at Old World where they are hosting a "Howling Hund's Halloween Pawty", noon to 4pm. Here is the flyer with the details: www.wienerdogstore.com/paws_races.html

Enjoy a fun & safe Halloween

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

A couple of HB events

Want to make sure you all know about the great opportunity to meet and network with exhibitors and over 1,000 business professional attending Orange County's Major 2011 Business Expo . DO NOT MISS it this coming Thursday, October 6 from 5-8pm: . There will be 130 Companies exhibiting, 15 great Restaurants with complimentary food, AND LOTS OF NETWORKING! The location is the DoubleTree Hotel in Orange, 100 The City Drive South, Orange, CA 92686 (At the Block of Orange). It is $20 at the door. includes parking, food & lots of networking. It is open to everyone - No RSVP is required to attend. For more information, Click on: http://rbninfo.com/expo/oc/tables2.asp.

And this Sunday the 9th, is the Second Annual Community Event: Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Please at the Newland House, 19822 Beach Blvd, from 2pm to 5pm. Enjoy wines and food samples from local vendors to benefit Project Self Sufficiency. More info and tickets can be found on their website: http://www.winecheeseandchocolateplease.com/.