August 2015

Found 3 blog entries for August 2015.

As summer melts away in San Clemente, we’ve seen a classic car show, July 4 fireworks, an ocean festival, a fiesta, a series of summer beach concerts and an annual arts and crafts fair.

For the first time in a decade, Capistrano Unified schools are returning to classes before Labor Day. The district has set this past Tuesday as the first day of school. But there’s still lots of San Clemente fun ahead as summer turns to fall. Extracted from the OCRegister:

In August:

Concert and movie in the park: At 6 p.m. Aug. 28, Linda Lane Park hosts a free concert by the local band Wigs and Ties followed by a free outdoor screening of “The Lego Movie,” presented by the city recreation department. Popcorn and food will be available, and free children’s

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If you like the sights, sounds and smells of maritime life but would rather keep your feet on solid ground, then this is the event for you. The Dana Point's Tall Ships Festival, presented by the Ocean Institute, will offer treasure hunts, story times, live ocean animals such as sea stars, sharks, rays, octopuses and jellyfish, interactive exhibits and Cap'n Jack's School for Scallywags, where kids can learn to talk, walk and act like a friendly pirate.

Come and explore the majesty and wonder of tall ships. There will be eight tall ships, interactive living history encampments and stage shows, and a chance to tour the tall ships, take cruises and explore the Ocean Institute facilities.    When: Saturday September 12, 2015 and Sunday…
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New listing coming soon in Lake Forest! Single family home with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in approximately 2,077 sqft. Granite counters in the kitchen, large family room with fireplace, two master suites with one downstairs and one upstairs, 2 car garage, and a huge wrap around yard with private courtyard entry. Get a jump on this home. It will sell fast! Call Teresa to get on the interest list (949) 887-5571 or email to teresamihelic@realtyexecutives.com.

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