May 19, 2017

Things To do near San Clemente in May and June

Oh it's that time of the year.. the weather is getting warm, and the kids are getting out of school.  The questions are starting to come at you from all directions.  What am I going to do to keep busy over the next few months?  You can go look at homes with your favorite realtor (shameless plug - Juan Chaves with Intero Real Estate) who will get you into that bigger home you have been wanting and he can also help you sell your current home.

But if home buying in San Clemente is not in the cards right now, here are a few local events that will keep you plenty busy: 

1. You can go sports fishing out of Dana Wharf, you can visit this website for more information: http://danawharf.com/fishing/

2. You can honor all branches of the US Military on Memorial Day at the Marine Monument http://marinemonument.com/

3. there is a great music festival you can attend: Doheny Blues Festival

British blues guitarist Robin Trower and singer-guitarist Samantha Fish will be on the bill for the 20th anniversary festival, taking place on three stages on the beach. More performers will be announced soon.

When: May 20-21

Where: Doheny State Beach, 25300 Dana Point Harbor Drive, Dana Point

Information: dohenybluesfestival.com

4. If you can't make it to the Pacific Islands this summer let Long Beach bring them to you, attend the Pacific Islander Festival

Discover the rich and diverse cultures of the Pacific Islands through craft demonstrations, ethnic cuisine, educational programs, and live entertainment. Watch hula, listen to Tahitian drumming, try out ancient Hawaiian games, enjoy island cuisine, and admire artisans as they create traditional weavings. The 14th annual festival will feature various cultures, including Hawaiian, Marshallese, Tahitian, Samoan, Tongan, Fijian, Kiribati, and Maori.

When: June 3-4, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Where: Aquarium of the Pacific, 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach

Information: 562-590-3100; aquariumofpacific.org

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April 28, 2017

Early Risers Living In Ladera Ranch Rise And Shine

Early risers living in Ladera Ranch can head to Lola’s Cafe for a healthy breakfast, or stop in for a light and delicious lunch. This small, family run eatery focuses on freshness. Ingredients are mostly organic and locally sourced when possible. An extensive menu holds something for everyone. Because of their dedication to high quality items, selections may vary due to availability on this Ladera Ranch property.

Breakfast is widely known as the most important meal of the day. At Lola’s it’s easy to get a head start with egg sandwiches, breakfast burritos, or fresh berries and Greek yogurt. Loose leaf teas and a variety of coffee beverages are the perfect morning pick me up.

Co-workers and friends living in Ladera Ranch often gather here for lunch. The lunch menu features a variety of wraps, sandwiches, and flatbreads. Favorites include the oven roasted turkey club, curried cashew chicken salad, and caprese sandwich. Lola’s also offers plenty of vegan, dairy and gluten free meals.

Youngsters Make Healthy Choices On Ladera Ranch Property

Kids are happy campers when looking at the children’s menu. Sandwiches, pizzas, and mac and cheese are at the top of the popular list. Paired with fresh berries and sweet potato tater tots, youngsters are happy to be eating healthy. Located at 1101 Corporate Drive, Lola’s Cafe is conveniently open seven days a week.

 

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