Welcome to Redlands-Events
Hosted By The Kiwanis Club of Redlands "Noon"
Many thanks from the Kiwanis Club of Redlands to everyone who participated
in this years event and to all of the dedicated volunteers who help make this
event happen every year, we really appreciate it.
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SUNDAY MARCH 5th, 2017
2016 Run Through Redlands Results
APRIL 4th & 18th, 2016
Redlands Camera Club presents the following programs on April 4 and 18,
2016. The programs will be held at 7
p.m. at the Redlands First Presbyterian Church. The church is located at
100 Cajon St., 92373. Visitors are always welcome.
The Redlands Camera Club
meets on the first and third Monday of every month from 7 – 9 pm. For
more information about the Club and its programs and activities please
visit the Club website: www.redlandscameraclub.com.
Please like us on Facebook.
4 - Shooting the Eastern Sierra with Bob Fletcher and Friends
Eastern Sierra Nevada -- it’s “our Yosemite,” offering easy photo
access to Mt. Whitney, the Alabama Hills, the Owens Valley, soaring peaks
and jagged canyons. And don’t forget Bodie, the ancient Bristlecone
pines, Mono Lake and blazing autumn colors. We can never exhaust this
photographer’s paradise. But with inspiration, we can try! First,
we’ll enjoy Eastern Sierra Quickpix from RCC members (submit to RCC
web site March 28 to April 4). Then, three handpicked panelists
will share stories, secret spots and best times to shoot. To top off the
program, we’ll hear from pro Canon shooter Bob Fletcher, the intrepid
Eastern Sierra explorer and photo workshop leader. Stick around for a
lively Q&A and take home some tips for your next Eastern Sierra
18 - Discovering Abstracts and Patterns with Jerry Reece
offers us limitless artistic possibilities, and nothing sets the shooter
free like abstract subjects and compositions – light, color, shadow,
patterns. Come explore this topic with RCC past president Jerry Reece, who
recently began focusing on abstracts after finding patterns in both wild
and urban settings. What’s an “abstract” image? Perhaps it’s when
a composition itself becomes more visually powerful than its literal
subject. With words and pictures, Jerry will share how to “see”
abstracts and where to find them in nature, around town and even around
the house. He’ll also talk about his recent foray into camera-in-motion
abstracts. Beyond image capture, Jerry will discuss using Photoshop
filters and plug-ins to create a variety of abstracts. Jerry last
challenged us in 2015 with his presentation on fisheye photography. Join
us on April 18 for some fresh creative inspiration from this
veteran photographer. For fun before the program, we’ll also share
Quickpix of abstracts and patterns (submit to RCC web site April
APRIL 22nd, 2016
Redlands Star Search — You’re Invited
Join us for Redlands Star Search on Friday, April 22 at 6:30 pm at the Fox Event Center. By the end of this fun evening you’ll help award our winner the Golden Galaxy Star Trophy and $1000! You’ll also have helped us enrich the lives of Redlands kids while saving less fortunate kids from Polio or starvation.
Tickets are $30 each and available for purchase online or from Sunrise or RSRX Rotarians.
Auditions are open now through our Audition Submission Process and will close March 25. You must complete the Audition Submission process in order to compete. Video auditions and the completion of our Artist Survey are required by this process and can be submitted online via YouTube.
Coordinating our talent search is Austin Meiners, the new Band Director at Citrus Valley High School. For more questions about the Audition Submission process, email us at: email@example.com
The Redlands Sunrise Rotary Talent Search Team will be selecting the best of the best to bring you 6-8 incredible acts that will make it hard for our judges and the audience to choose our winning new star. Remember, there will be only one new star chose to receive our Golden Galaxy Star Trophy and first prize of $1,000!
Watch for the list of performers to be featured at Redlands Star Search. After auditions are complete, the final list of performers will be announced here in April. To learn more about our featured performers, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Video auditions are required and can be submitted online via YouTube by no later than March 25. Submit your audition video now!
A $1,000 check will be presented to our first place new Star of Redlands. Second place will receive $300, and third place will receive $200.
We’re looking for expert talent judges for this special event. If you’re interested in being a judge, please email Janey Cole at: email@example.com You the audience also will have a vote in selecting the First Place Winner of our Golden Galaxy Star Trophy.
Help us put on Redlands Star Search, and feel great about doing it! You and your customers will have the satisfaction of knowing that your business provided youth scholarships, leadership training and free books to children here in Redlands, as well as life-saving polio vaccinations to children living in the world’s most desperate countries.
We’ll give you space to advertise in the program for the event. We will also recognize you and your business here on our website for 12 months, with a link back to your own website.
To sponsor please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can help with program artwork, too!
Redlands Star Search is a casual, fun evening. Leave your jacket and formal dress at home. Come at 6:30 pm for our no-host cocktail and beer bar. We’ll also have some movie theater style snacks ready for you to grab and munch on during the show.
Tickets are only $30 each. They are available from Sunrise and RSRX Rotarians or you can purchase online.
Get your tickets today – there are only 450 seats and they’ll go fast at this price!
MAY 2nd, 2016
Redlands Camera Club presents the following program on May 2, 2016. The
program will be held at 7 p.m. at the Redlands First Presbyterian
Church. The church is located at 100 Cajon St., 92373. Visitors are
always welcome. For further information contact Carl Detrow, Vice
President/Programs, at 909-792-6341 or visit the Redlands Camera
Club website: www.redlandscameraclub.com.
2 – Shooting Cuba: Rambling Redlanders Talk Travel
photos. We all shoot them, but how do we capture images as vivid as
our best memories? Join us May 2 to hear from three
well-traveled Redlands shooters – Rick Strobaugh, Caroline
McAllister and Penny Schwartz. Strobaugh, RCC’s chief mentor and a
frequent winner of our competitions, will focus on the value of
researching key locations and photo opportunities ahead of a trip.
McAllister, a former high school photography teacher, and Schwartz,
a journalist and photographer, will share lessons from shooting in
Cuba, one of today’s hottest photo destinations. Last year, they
shared 70 of their best Cuba images in an exhibit at San Bernardino
Valley College. VP Jim Hendon will share tips on shooting in Europe
– and we’re hoping other RCC shutterbugs will jump in with
lessons of their own. Be sure to submit your travel Quickpix to help
us get a good discussion going (from noon, April 25 to noon, May
Camera Club meets on the first and third Monday of every month from
7 – 9 pm. For more information about the Club and its programs and
activities please visit the Club website:
www.redlandscameraclub.com. Please like us on Facebook.
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