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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7th ,2015
Redlands Camera Club
September 7th – Shooting the California Coast - Ralph Nordstrom. Crashing surf. Tranquil lagoons. Colorful tide pools. Dramatic cliffs and wind-twisted trees. The Golden State’s 1,000-mile coastline offers a treasure of photo opportunities – but while this shooter’s paradise is easy to access, getting a truly great image is harder than it looks. Join your Redlands Camera Club comrades and Southern California-based photographer Ralph Nordstrom on Sept. 7 to learn where, when and how to shoot magnificent seascapes. Ralph specializes in photographing the drama and might of Big Sur, but the knowledge he will share can be applied all up and down the coast. Before the presentation, we will enjoy Quickpix of RCC members’ best seascapes and coastal shots from California and other locations (submit up to 3 images to the RCC web site between August 30th and September 7th.) Ralph “grew up on nature and art,” learning landscape painting from his dad, playing piano and backpac! king the Sierra with a Pentax SLR. For the past decade, he has devoted himself to the pursuit of photography, following his heart, building his technical skills and honing his creative vision. His journey continues today, marketing fine-art photographs via his web site, doing presentations (including the "Four Pillars of Landscape Photography"), blogging on nature photography and leading workshops from Zion to Death Valley. Next: Big Sur in November
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19th,2015
Mentone Community Chili Cook-Off
Amethyst Bible Church hosts the Mentone Community Chili Cook-Off on Sept 19th from 4 pm to 8 pm.
Chili tasting, live entertainment, and activities for children. Vendors and Non-Profits welcome. $5 for Chili tasting but all other activites are free!
Amethyst located is at 1325 Amethyst St in Mentone off of Mentone Blvd.
Please visit our Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/mentonechilicookoff for the latest news and information or call (909) 794-9800
Hope to see y'all there!
Redlands Camera Club
September 21st – Blending Astronomy and Photography Dr. Tyler Nordgren: Learn to photograph the night-sky and see our visible universe in new ways on Sept. 17 with Dr. Tyler Nordgren, University of Redlands professor of physics and astronomy, and author of Stars Above, Earth Below: A Guide to Astronomy in Our National Parks. With a Ph.D. in astronomy from Cornell University, Dr. Nordgren has developed expertise ranging from dark matter in galaxies, to the pulsation of stars and the size and age of the universe – and he has helped to design instruments used aboard NASA’s rover expeditions to Mars. Concerned about the steady intrusion of city lights obscuring our night skies, Dr. Nordgren has worked with the national parks to promote astronomy education in special, dark places which still offer clear views of the universe. He has shared his award winning night-sky photography throughout the country – and launched a poster campaign (“Half the Park is After Dark!”) with the National Park Service to promote night-sky appreciation and protection. Supp! orted in part by The Planetary Society, Dr. Nordgren’s work encourages an integrated understanding of the universe with geology, art, history, Native American studies, exploration and environmental conservation. A former director of the International Dark-Sky Association, Dr. Nordgren regularly gives talks to visitors and rangers in the national parks (he recently led a night-sky raft trip through the Grand Canyon). For this RCC program, we will also share members’ images of night skies in a Quickpix session before the presentation (submit up to 3 images to the RCC web site between Sept. 14 and morning of Sept. 21). Join us for what promises to be both an informative and inspiring evening!
September 19 – October 31 Open 7 Days a Week
The Pumpkin Patch @ Live Oak Canyon
The Pumpkin Patch at Live Oak Canyon Christmas Tree Farm is ready for another wonderful season of fun on the farm. We are excited to share plentiful fields of beautiful pumpkins and squash. Families can pick their own pumpkins right out of the U-Pick fields. The shaded Picked-4-U tent has thousands of gorgeous and delicious pumpkins and winter squash, as well as Indian Corn, Broom Corn and hard gourds for fall decorating. Entertainment is never lacking at the Pumpkin Patch. The Family Fun Zone features over 20 attractions for fun at any age! Exciting favorites include an Archery Challenge, Zip Lining, Rock Climbing Wall, and the Eurobungy. Little ones will enjoy the inflatable bounce houses and slides, there are 12 to choose from. Games like the Duck Pond and Pirate Blaster are a guaranteed good time, everyone wins a prize! The Petting Zoo is your chance to feed baby goats, sheep and bunnies. The birds in our natural Aviary setting are happy to have visitors with seed. Buckaroos can giddy up on the Pony Rides, a perfect place for parents to capture that special photo. Several other barnyard animals are also ready to say cheese for the camera! The Corn Maze is an all new Alien Adventure for 2015. Aliens have crash landed in the corn maze and getting out is a challenge that you must experience. Every night starting October 2nd, the Corn Maze lights up with thousands of colorful laser, kaleidoscope and strobe lights. It’s an experience for the whole family that is out of this world!!! The Gift Shop at Live Oak Canyon has stunning decorations and gifts. Our unique farm setting will inspire you to create a warm feel in your home or office. Every year we hand select the best fall glasswear, hand blown glass pumpkin art, western décor, unique garden art, fun fall signage and colorful Dia de los Muertos items. There is a mouthwatering assortment of autumn food starter gift kits. Chili Mix to Jalapeño Corn Bread, Beer Cheese Dip to Pumpkin Bread, we’ve got the party started! We know how to do the holidays right. We have Halloween and Thanksgiving items and a dazzling preview of Christmas Ornaments on display. From farm life to glitter covered pumpkins, creepy light up skulls to traditional pilgrims and scarecrows, nativities to snowmen and Santa Claus, its holiday decorating bliss! Weekends in October, The Pumpkin Patch hosts some of the best performing acts around. The old west comes alive at our Cowboy Corner with the Villains of Yesteryear. Watch a shoot out in front of the saloon or get caught in a hold-up on the Hayride. The Picnic Stage and Patch Stage offer music, dancers, and variety acts throughout the day. What’s a day at the Pumpkin Patch without good food? We are cooking up all the faire favorites and have added some new food booths to our line-up. Come try some Fry Bread, Corn on the Cob, Hot Barbeque, Nachos, and more! You can cure that sweet tooth with Cotton Candy, Shave Ice, or Caramel Apples! Gourmet Lemonade, Old Fashioned Sodas and Fresh Juice Blends can quench your thirst! There are two shaded picnic areas to relax and enjoy all your treats. Come and see all that The Pumpkin Patch has to offer for 2015! Making family memories since 1980. September 19 – October 31 Open 7 Days a Week Hours: 9am – 6pm September 19-30 9am – 9pm October 1-31 Admission: $3 per person October weekends only, all other days FREE. Parking: FREE. Tickets are $1 ea. Amusements are 4-10 tickets per attraction. Family Fun Zone only open after 3pm M-F and weekends. www.liveoakcanyon.com firstname.lastname@example.org 909-795-8733
MONDAY November 2nd ,2015
10th Annual Building A Generation Charity Golf Tournament
Monday- November 2, 2015 Redlands Country Club 9:30am Registration 11am Tee time $150 per golfer & $175 after October 1st $600 per foursome This Golf Tournament will continue to fund Building A Generation in efforts to assisting Redlands families with children 0-12 years to become self-sufficient. For more information on this tournament check us out on Facebook.com/BAG.Charity or BuildingAGeneration.org/golftournament
November 11th, 2015
Parade Application & Vendor Applications coming soon, Stay Tuned for updates
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