April 2016

Found 3 blog entries for April 2016.

One of Dana Point's most famous events, the Annual Blues Festival is the true kick-off to our summer here in South Orange County with a weekend filled with music, lots of vendors and a International Food Court that features foods from around the world. Be sure you come down to Doheny State Beach and celebrate the beginning of summer with Orange County's Favorite and most anticipated annual summer festival!

When: May 21 & 22, 2016

Where: Doheny State Beach, Dana Point

This is how the line up is looking like now, with more artists to come:

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Love bike riding?  Come this Saturday April 30th and May 1st to the beautiful coastal town on Dana Point to check out this prestigious event! From top talents to beginners, the event has new activities this year!

When: Saturday April 30th 2016

Where: Lantern District - Dana Point

Aside from the multiple divisions of races that will take place throughout the day, April 30 will kick off with the Killer Cove 5K Challenge and 1K Family Fun Run. Both events are new to the schedule this year.

The DPGP Sport & Family Festival is hosting a unique Fan Zone Expo Village that offers vendor opportunities to intimately associate with participants in a fun leisurely environment with; food, beverages, music and up close sports action.

The Killer Cove 5K

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This is article posted at The OCRegister on April 12th 2016 - all the credits to them.  For our previous post about National Parks close to us, visit this link.----

This is annual National Park Week, when you can get out and enjoy every national park and monument in the country without paying an admission fee. This year’s free week runs from Saturday to April 24, so you have plenty of time to visit, saving $25-30 per park!

And, because it’s the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, there are walks, talks and other events going on all week long.

If you’re heading out, I do recommend keeping plenty of gas in your car at all times, and a cooler full of water and snacks, too, because some of these parks have no facilities.

Pinnacles

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