Monthly Archives: July 2014
Jul 31 2014
FCC Letter to Time Warner Cable – Resolve Issue and Get The LA Dodger’s Back on TV
 

FCC Letter to Time Warner Cable – Resolve Issue and Get The LA Dodger’s Back on TV

FCC: Tom Wheeler Letter to TWC by Tom Gara

Jul 31 2014
BJ’s Beer Dinners Goose Island Tasting @bjsrestaurants
 
Goose Island Beer Co.
beer tasting
& dinner
Enjoy a four-course dinner paired with
a selection of Goose Island beers!
Goose Island Beer Co.
Monday, August 18, 2014 @7pm  Burbank BJ’s

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 @7pm  Pasadena BJ’s

Since 1988, Goose Island has consistently brewed Chicago’s finest handcrafted ales. Goose Island’s brewers produce an unmatched variety of classic ales and specialty brews, now available nationwide. We invite you to sample a selection of some of their best beers paired with delicious BJ’s food.
Click Here to Make a Reservation »
Burbank BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse,
107 South 1st Street, Burbank, CA, MAP
PREPAID RESERVATIONS:
    $30     PER PERSON
Tax and gratuity not included.
...............
DAY OF EVENT:
    $35     PER PERSON
Tax and gratuity not included.
Featuring, but not limited to:
Featured Beers
For more information, call your local restaurant or visit www.bjsrestaurants.com/beerdinners.
†For reservations made prior to day of dinner: $18 for food and $12 for beer, totaling $30 per person.
$35 per person thereafter: $23 for food and $12 for beer, totaling $35 per person.
Sorry, Beer Dinners are not eligible for BJ’s Premier Rewards points.
Jul 30 2014
National Night Out August 5, 2014 Pasadena Burbank
 

Pasadena National Night Out

The Pasadena Police Department will be celebrating National Night Out with our community on Tuesday August 5th!!

The Pasadena Police Department will be joining our community and celebrating with them “National Night Out” on Tuesday August 5, 2014. This is the 31st anniversary for the nationwide program that helps get neighbors and friends together to talk about crime prevention, encourage neighborhood camaraderie, and instill police-community partnerships. Please join us and your neighbors and be part of the celebration!
This year, the kick off party will begin at 4:00 P.M., at the Kings Villages as they host their block party on Hammond St., between Fair Oaks Ave and Morton Ave. There will be plenty of activities for children and lots of great food!

For more information go to natw.org

Address/Location
Pasadena Police Department – CA
207 N Garfield Ave
Pasadena, CA 91101

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 626-744-4501

Burbank, CA: National Night Out (New Location)

National Night Out (New Location)

NEW LOCATION!

  • Date:08/05/2014 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
  • Location:Burbank Police Department Rear Parking Lot
    200 North Third Street

National Night Out is a nationwide one-night rally where citizens and law enforcement join forces  to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.

Join us at this family-friendly city event and connect with the police officers that keep our city safe!

Activities, resource booths, picture opportunities for children, giveaways, and more.

For more information, please call (818) 238-3223 or cguillen@burbankca.gov

 For a PDF version of the National Night Out flyer, click here.

Jul 30 2014
LA Beer Festival Fall Edition October 18, 2014
Jul 30 2014
Sam Van Aken – The Tree of Forty Fruit @Tedx
 

The tree of forty fruits: Sam Van Aken at TEDxManhattan   

This is fascinating. Every town should have at least one of these trees.

Sam’s nursery is in Geneva, NY.

Tree of 40 Fruit grows over forty different types of stone fruit including peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries, and almonds.

Learn more here

Jul 30 2014
BatterFish – A Modern Twist to Fish n’ Chips Encino @BatterFishLA
 

BatterFish – A Modern Twist to Fish N’ Chips

Jason Killalee – Owner/Chef

Encino, San Fernando Valley

A Not So Traditional Fish n Chip Shop with a Flavorful Twist. Customize your Fish and Batter! BatterFish is Better Fish.

If you love fish n chips like I do then BatterFish has to be on your checklist/bookmarks of places to try.

16200 Ventura Blvd Encino, CA

     BatterFish Video – Los Angeles, CA United States – Food   

MONDAY 11AM – 9PM
TUESDAY 11AM – 9PM
WEDNESDAY 11AM – 9PM
THURSDAY 11AM – 9PM
FRIDAY 11AM – 9PM
SATURDAY 12PM – 8PM
SUNDAY CLOSED

 

 

Jul 29 2014
Pasadena Panda Express Innovation Kitchen #pandainnovation @pandaexpress
 

Panda Express Innovation Kitchen

Panda Express Innovation Kitchen

Word on the newly opened Panda Express Innovation Kitchen is that it is very much a Chipotle style Chinese fast food eatery.

Panda Restaurant Group with headquarters in Rosemead, CA is coming out of the gate with this concept restaurant to fend off  Chipotle’s Asian food ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen with similar ordering model to Panda Express.

Like Chipotle you enter and start to make your selections:
Salad, wrap or bowl.

Pick a size. large or small?
Large comes with 2 sides and sauce or small with 1 side

To try:
orange chicken burritos
build-your-own bowls

3867 E Foothill Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107

(626) 351-9128     

Hours: 10am to 10pm daily

 

Jul 29 2014
Unique USA – LA Summer Market Aug 9-10, 2014 @UniqueLA
 

The largest Made-in-America shopping event in the country.

August 9 & 10, The 6th Annual LA Summer Market
Cost: $10 at the door (cash only), Kids 12 and under are free.

Admission includes these Amenities & Perks:
• The first 5000 ticket buyers each day get a limited edition cotton tote bag from our artist series
• Unlimited re-entry for both days
• Free drinks from JOIA All Natural Sodas, Honest Tea, GT’s Kombucha and more!
• Free snacks from our friends at LUNA!
• Free DIY craft projects all weekend long in The DIY Den!
• Free photo booth portraits and slo-mo video fun from Smilebooth
• Kick up your feet in one of our multiple Lounges
• Baby Changing Station and private lounge

Where: The Penthouse at California Market Center, 110 East Ninth St.
Hours: 11am-6pm (both Saturday & Sunday)
Parking: There is secure, underground parking at the California Market Center for a $9 flat-rate during Unique USA. There are also numerous outdoor parking lots surrounding the building.
Hotel Partner: The Ace Hotel DTLA – use the code “UNIQUE” to get 10% off when you make your reservation.

Attendees get the rare chance to meet and shop directly from over 350 hand-selected designers and artists. The exciting two-day shopping event makes it easy for you to buy American-made and support our US economy, discover great design and deals, join in community, and have a blast. The products at the show are proudly made right here in the USA so you’re putting your dollars right back into our economy and local community! Visit our popular Cafe to take a break and enjoy a meal, grab a coffee from Blue Bottle or stop by our fresh juice bar from Juice Served Here! With fun for everyone plan to spend the day with us… See photos from previous events!

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Jul 29 2014
Pasadena City Council Declares Level 1 Water Shortage #pasadena
 

Pasadena City Council Declares Level 1 Water Shortage

 

  • The Pasadena City Council at its July 28, 2014 meeting declared a local water emergency, establishing a 20-percent conservation goal and implementing the City’s Level 1 Water Supply Shortage Plan, with mandatory water waste restrictions effective immediately. The Level 1 plan limits watering to three days per week in summer, one day per week in winter and requires that leaks be repaired within 72 hours, in addition to permanent water waste prohibitions. PWP customers can report water waste by calling (626) 744-8888 at any time or report online via the Pasadena Citizen Service Center. Fines for repeat offenders can be up to $500 per violation for residential customers, and up to $1,000 per violation for commercial accounts. See below for a complete list of water waste restrictions.

    Pasadena’s Permanent Water Supply Shortage Ordinance remains in place. Thirteen instances of water waste remain permanently prohibited, with enforcement, in PWP’s service territory.

    State Water Board Adopts Emergency Water Regulations

    As California is facing a severe drought, the State Water Resources Control Board (“State Water Board”) Adopted Resolution No. 2014-0038 with proposed Emergency Regulations on July 15, 2014. These regulations require numerous statewide conservation measures and water waste prohibitions. Pasadena’s existing permanent water waste prohibitions (PMC 13.10.032) cover these requirements, except for the limitations on watering days.


    WATER WASTE PROHIBITIONS and WATER SHORTAGE SUPPLY PLANS ORDINANCE (PMC 13.10)

    The following is a summary of the key components in the Water Shortage Procedures Ordinance. Click here to read or print the unabridged ordinance.

    If you have witnessed a possible instance of water waste and would like to report it to Pasadena Water & Power, please call the Pasadena Water Shortage Hotline at (626) 744-8888, or submit an online service request below.

    Pasadena Water & Power will send a formal notice to the address where water waste is thought to have occurred. The goal of these notices is to give all persons and businesses the opportunity to correct the problem; become better informed about the importance of water conservation; deter future instances of waste; and, change water habits for the better.

    For a list of the City’s permanent water waste restrictions visit:  http://cityofpasadena.net/waterandpower/waterwaste/

    The following instances of water waste that are permanently prohibited at all times:

    • No watering outdoors between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., except with a hand-held container or hose with a shut-off nozzle, or for very short periods when adjusting a sprinkler system;
    • No watering during periods of rain;
    • No excessive water flow or runoff onto pavement, gutters or ditches from watering or irrigating landscapes or vegetation of any kind;
    • No washing down paved surfaces unless for safety or sanitation, in which case a bucket, a hose with a shut-off nozzle, a cleaning machine that recycles water or a low-volume/high-pressure water broom must be used;
    • All property owners must fix leaks, breaks or malfunctions when they find them, or within seven days of receiving a notice from PWP;
    • Fountains and water features must have a re-circulating water system;
    • Vehicles must be washed with a hand-held bucket and/or hose equipped with a water shut-off nozzle (does not apply to commercial car washes);
    • Restaurants may not serve drinking water unless by patron’s request;
    • Restaurants must use water-saving dish wash spray valves;
    • No installation of non-recirculating water systems at new commercial car washes and laundry systems;
    • Effective July 1, 2010, all commercial car washes must have a re-circulating water system or secure a city waiver;
    • Hotels and motels must give guests the option to decline daily bed linen and towel changes; and
    • No installation of “single pass cooling systems” in buildings requesting new water service.

    The city’s “Water Shortage Level” will tell you how many days per week you can water outdoors and other water use restrictions.

    In the event that a water shortage is declared by City Council, they will also declare which of four “Water Shortage Levels” exists. The Level will indicate which other water use restrictions will take effect in addition to the permanent water waste prohibitions listed above.

    Water Shortage Level

    1

    2

     3

    4

    Allowed
    # of watering days per week*

     Apr. 1-Oct. 31

     ONLY 3 DAYS MAX -Tues, Thurs. & Sat. ONLY

    Nov. 1-Mar. 31

     CHOOSE ONLY 1 DAY – Either Tues., Thurs. OR Sat.

    2 Summer

    1 Winter

    1 Summer

    1 Winter

    No Irrigation

    Obligation to fix leaks, breaks and malfunctions

    72 hours

    48 hours

    36 hours

    24 hours

    Additional restrictions

    No filling ornamental lakes or ponds; no washing vehicles

    No filling ornamental lakes or ponds; no washing vehicles

    No filling ornamental lakes or ponds; no washing vehicles; no fillings pools or spas; no new potable water service

    * PWP, at its sole discretion, may make exceptions to these restrictions for extenuating circumstances. See PMC Sections 13.10.040 to .050 in the Water Waste Prohibition ordinance.

    Warnings and fines will be used to enforce the ordinance.

    PWP will work closely with customers to provide helpful information and issue written warnings for first offenses. However, homeowners and small-business customers with meter sizes smaller than 1 ½” who continue to violate the ordinance will face fines of $100 – $500 for future violations. Fine amounts are double for customers with meters of 1 ½” or larger. Flow restrictors may also be used to achieve compliance. A customer does have the right to a hearing if a written request is received by PWP within ten (10) days of the date of notification. See PMC Sections 13.10.065 to .095 in the Water Waste Prohibition ordinance for details on fines.

    Documents and Additional Information:

    Council Approves “Comprehensive Water Conservation Plan”(Agenda Report, April 13, 2009)

    Conservation measures in addition to those specified in Water Shortage Plan

    Water Tips and Rebates

     

  • For More Information

 

Jul 29 2014
Consumer Reports – ShopSmart Magazine Discount Magazine Special Offer
 

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Jul 28 2014
SiteGround Web Hosting @siteground
 

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Jul 24 2014
Fallen Fruit Public Jam Session – Sunday Funday! August 10 in the One Colorado Courtyard
 

Sunday Funday! in the One Colorado Courtyard  Public Fruit Jam with Fallen Fruit – their first in two years!

Sunday, August 10, 11am – 2pm

41 Hugus Alley, Old Pasadena

626.564.1066

Onecolorado.com

Facebook.com/OneColoradoOldPasadena

OLD PASADENA, CA:

 

 

Public Fruit Jam with Fallen Fruit

Sunday, August 10, 11am to 2pm 

Make jam and make friends!

Join us for a fun and friendly, fruit-filled Sunday Funday with a Fallen Fruit Public Jam Session on Sunday, August 10 from 11am – 2pm!

This is Fallen Fruits’ first Public Jam in two years!  It will be a perfectly sweet afternoon of making jam with pals new and old.  This is a great social and community-building event for kids, adults, families and even first dates.

Bring home-grown or picked public fruit and join jam teams of 3 to 5 people.  You’ll work with folks you may not have met before to make your jam.  The ingredients can be anything you bring along.  Fallen Fruit encourages exploring experimental jams, such as basil guava or lemon pepper jelly.  Almost all fruits can be jammed, even bananas – if you dare!

Drop by anytime between 11am – 2pm for the jam session.  Each session runs approximately 45 minutes from cutting to preserving. Fallen Fruit staffers will be on hand to help out.  In the end, you will have jam to keep, swap and contribute to the communal tasting table where you can enjoy the fruits of your labors.  And who knows – you may also leave with a new Jam Session BFF!

 

Fallen Fruit Public Jam

Make jam.  Make friends.

Join Fallen Fruit for a collaborative event in which the public comes together for a communal jam making session.  Bring home-grown or self-picked, public fruit and any clean, empty glass jars you have.  You’ll join jam teams of 3 to 5 people and work with people you have not met before to make your jam.  The ingredients can be anything you bring along.  Almost all fruits can be jammed, even bananas- if you dare!

About Fallen Fruit:

Fruit exists in all cultures, within all social classes and has rich symbolism in art and cultural ceremony.  In theme and variation, Fallen Fruit’s work focuses on using fruit as a way to advance dialogues about cities, property, ecology, community and citizenship. Fallen Fruit uses fruit as a common denominator to expand the way you see the world.

Conceived in 2004 by David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young, Fallen Fruit is a collaborative art project that began in Los Angeles with the group’s mapping of Public Fruit, fruit from trees growing on or over public property.   Since 2013, David and Austin have continued Fallen Fruit’s collaborative work. Fallen Fruit projects include photographic portraits, experimental documentary videos, public art installations and curatorial projects.   Their work has spawned and inspired events around the world.

About One Colorado:

One Colorado is a collection of 17 historic buildings housing a curated mix of nationally acclaimed retailers and designers, unique local merchants, inventive restaurants and a boutique cinema.  A full city block located between Colorado, Union, Delacey and Fair Oaks, One Colorado is the retail centerpiece of Old Pasadena and favorite casual gathering place for the greater community, with public events hosted year-round in its central courtyard.

 

Jul 24 2014
3rd Annual Food GPS Fried Chicken Festival – August 17, 2014 @foodgps #lafood #foodgpsfriedchicken
 

The highly anticipated 3rd Annual Food GPS Fried Chicken Festival, presented by Bolthouse Farms, will be taking place on Sunday, August 17, from 4 pm to 7 pm, at Chinatown’s historic Central Plaza. This all-inclusive chef-driven event includes some of L.A.’s best chefs preparing unique fried chicken dishes and sides, in addition to an array of delicious desserts and beverages.

2014 Food GPS Fried Chicken Festival

Top L.A. chefs and restaurants serving fried chicken and sides at this year’s event include:

  • BADMAASH Nakul Mahendro – Top Ten Indian Restaurants in Los Angeles, Gayot 2014
  • Craft Ray England – LA’s 75 Best Restaurants, Los Angeles Magazine 2014
  • EggslutAlvin Cailan & Johnny LeeBest Thing We Ate, Zagat 2013
  • Free Range LAJesse FurmanBest Fried Chicken Sandwiches in LA, The Huffington Post 2013
  • Homegirl Café & Catering  – Assisting high-risk and formerly gang-involved young women and men to become contributing members of the community through training in restaurant service and culinary arts.
  • Kris Morningstar –James Beard “Rising Star Award” Nominee
  • Ladies’ Gunboat Society at FloresBrian DunsmoorBest New Southern Restaurant in Los Angeles, LA Weekly 2013
  • Superba Food & Bread Jason Travi – 10 Most Exciting New Restaurants, Angeleno Magazine 2014

MORE CHEFS TO BE ANNOUNCED

According to Ladies’ Gunboat Society at Flores executive chef Brian Dunsmoor, “I love the fact that even the worst fried chicken is still good but eating great fried chicken is like finding god!”

Desserts:

Beverages: Jason Bran and Damian Windsor are creating cocktails for the festival. Guests should also expect juice from Bolthouse Farms, coffee from Portola Coffee Lab, tea from Seventh Tea Bar, craft sodas from Los Angeles Ale Works, water from Pure Water of Los Angeles, and some fun surprise drinks.

Sponsors: Bolthouse Farms loudly and proudly celebrates fresh fruits and veggies. Come explore and enjoy their super-premium juices and smoothies.

Chinatown Business Improvement District, an organization with a mission to creatively plan, manage and facilitate the rebirth of historic Chinatown as a multinational culturally defined, economically vibrant and socially engaging community, provided key support.

Charity: A portion of the event proceeds will benefit the Chinatown Service Center, established in 1971, the largest community-based Chinese American health and human services organization in Southern California. Funds will go to the Los Angeles Chinatown Youth Council (LACYC), which provides the growing population of Chinatown youth with programs that guide them towards positive endeavors and further them in their development as confident and contributing adults.

Transportation and Parking: The event is a short walk from the Metro Gold Line Chinatown station. Lot parking is available in the neighborhood, and street parking is also an option.

Jul 23 2014
Rounds Premium Burgers — Pasadena Groupon Deal
 

Groupon has Rounds Burger Deals Save $$

Buy here
Buy here

Almost 500 of these have been sold with less than 2 days to go. It is a great deal for a burger, fries and a beer.
And right now Groupon is offering a 20% discount on purchases, looks like local deals.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $21 for two burgers, two fries, and two beers ($35.50 value)
  • $39 for four burgers, four fries, and four beers ($71 value)

Rounds Premium Burgers–Pasadena

In 2011, brothers George and Charbel Ghaby became business partners as well as siblings when they opened the first Rounds Premium Burgers. The concept for their joint venture was simple: a classic, American, build-your-own-burger stand that combined quality meats with surprising toppings. The idea caught on, and the burger joint soon spread to multiple locations, gathering awards as it went. Recently Rounds won Best New Restaurant in Pasadena Weekly’s Best of Pasadena 2013, and it also secured top honors on a Best in Chow episode titled “Best Burger in Hollywood”.

Rounds take the concept of customization to the next level. Diners can choose from four types of patties ranging from fresh-ground chuck to a homemade veggie burger. From there, they can pick from 10 types of sauce (thousand island, chipotle aioli, jalapeno ranch amongst them), six premium cheeses (American, pepper jack, bleu cheese crumbles), and 16 extra toppings, ranging from classics like bacon and grilled onion to surprises such as peanut butter and jelly and grilled pineapple. Then, the only thing left to do in choose what holds the whole delicious meal together. Traditionalists can pick a fresh classic, wheat, or pretzel bun, while those with dietary restrictions might prefer to have their burger wrapped in lettuce or stuffed inside an envelope and mailed to their nutritionist along with a break-up letter.

In a Nutshell
Customers build their own burgers, choosing from a selection of four patties, 10 sauces, six cheeses, and 16 toppings

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 31st, 2014. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Build Your Own Option limited to 3 premium toppings. Valid only at Pasadena location. Valid only after 3PM. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Company Website

  1. Pasadena
    46 N Lake Ave
    Pasadena, California 91101
    626-304-9810Get DirectionsHurry the deal ends soon.

    Buy here

Jul 22 2014
Muir Ranch Back to School Farm to Table Supper August 16, 2014 @muirranch @MuirRanchCSA
 

muir ranch logo

“BACK TO SCHOOL”

Farm-to-Table Supper

Saturday, August 16, 2014    5-8pm

Come eat a locally grown and harvested, sustainable,

plant-based supper, while supporting 

Muir Ranch’s summer internships!

 

 

Enjoy Artisanal Cuisine by: Daily Dose Cafe

Daily Dose Logo

Presented by: Sarkis Vartanian – Founder of Daily Dose Cafe

 MENU COMING SOON!

 Order tickets before it sells out.

 

FEATURED ARTIST 

KAREN ELAINE

Karen Elaine is an active part of the Hollywood studio music scene~ scores that she has played on include the recently released DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, season 1 as bass player in the house band for the Eric André Show, onstage and in the orchestra pit for the Academy Awards and Emmys, as well as literally thousands of television and phonograph projects. Her current creative passion is in combining her passion for music with her love of fitness and movement in yoga~ a project called AY-M (Acrobatic yoga & music), which captures the dancer as music source through partner yoga. Karen’s musical offering for the “Farm-to-Table” supper will be a traditional Baroque dance music set by Johann Sebastian Bach and a fun set of Irish & Americana Bluegrass.

She’ll be joining us for an exclusive performance at our Muir Ranch “Back to School Supper”

KAREN ELAINE

 PARKING: Behind John Muir High School at 1905 N Lincoln.   Park in rear Student Lot, enter at Canada Ave.

 HEELS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR MULCH PATHWAYS

Your tax deductible dinner ticket purchase helps to support our summer internship program at Muir Ranch.

Our goal is to offer fully paid internships to 30 students this Summer.

Each student will earn $600 for 8 weeks of work.

We hope to raise $18,000 to cover the cost of these internships.

 

Get your tickets now, you don’t want to miss it!

 

Jul 22 2014
Soofa Solar Power Park Bench Technology
 

Soofa Solar Power Park Bench

This is a great example of the maker movement. A startup establishing itself in Boston, but this could move quickly.

The portion where the USB ports are, is printed on a 3D printer.

When a park bench cost thousands of dollars, why not spend a little more and build in a  solar panel charging station.

Soofa is a woman owned company.

bit.ly/bosbench

 

Jul 21 2014
Elio Motors Los Angeles Tour Test Drive @ElioMotors
 

Elio Motors is scheduled to be in the Los Angeles area,
Sep 12, 2014 – Sep 21, 2014 Los Angeles, CA

Stay tuned for details

We anticipate the Elio will be on display and possibly available for test driving at the Altcar Expo and Conference in Santa Monica being held September 19 – 20, 2014.

Last year the Elio Tour was in Los Angeles on October 25-29, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.  Perhaps Elio will be at this location again, and not he AltCar expo?

VW 2015 e-Golf
TEST DRIVE the new 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf – VW’s first fully electric vehicle for the US market – available in showrooms during the fourth quarter of this year.

 


Test Drive at AltCar!

 

More details available here.

Jul 20 2014
South Pasadena – Free Green Living Expo – July 20, 2014 2-7pm
 

Green Living Expo 2014 Poster - Sunday, July 20, 2p.m. to 7p.m. - Garfield ParkLearn more about living, eating and being “green” while rocking out to Retro Funk on Sunday, July 20th from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Garfield Park, 1750 Mission Street.

The event vendors include Air Quality Management District, Athens Services, Southern California Edison, San Gabriel Valley Energy Wise Partnership, TruGreen Landcare, Green Station, West Coast Arborists, South Pasadena Beautiful, the City of South Pasadena’s Environmental Programs and more!
Bring a picnic dinner and rock out to “Retro Funk.” This event has something for everyone in the family!

For more information on the Green Living Expo, concert or how you can conserve at home or at work, contact the City’s Water Conservation Analyst at dfigoni@southpasadenaca.gov or 626-403-7311.
The annual, environmentally focused event will have a full day of fun and activities including:

Time Event
2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Booths promoting conservation, sustainability, health and fitness, with giveaways, educational materials, and raffle prizes
2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Clean air car show showcasing a variety of hybrid vehicles
2:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Workshop: How to apply for the turf rebate and design your yard
3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Greenest Fastest Mile race (4 different run start times)
4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Workshop: Water wise plants and how to irrigate them efficiently
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Concert featuring “Retro Soul”

 

Jul 19 2014
Oxnard Salsa Festival 2014 – Salsa Tasting Vendors
 

 

 

Live Spicy! Eat Spicy! The Oxnard Salsa Festival is a celebration of all things salsa – food, music and dance – and a place where salsa (the sauce!) reigns supreme.

Under the big-top Salsa Tasting Tent, you’ll find fifty different flavors of salsa to sample and buy. From fresh and fruity, sweet and smoky, to mild and scorching hot. It’s the region’s biggest salsa bar!

 

Admission to the Salsa Tent is $5 per person and includes a bag of fresh Mission tortilla chips and ten tasting tickets.

 

 

Spice up your life at the Oxnard Salsa Festival. And enjoy great salsa all summer long by visiting the restaurants and gourmet grocers featured below.

Bahia Del Mar
Salsa Roja Bahia Del Mar

BG’s Café (Saturday Only)
BG’s House Red Salsa, Roasted Green Salsa

Cabo Seafood Grill & Cantina
Mild Red Salsa, Green Tomatillo & Jalapeno, Spicy Manzano & Habanero

Del Real Foods
Del Real Food Salsa Roja & Del Real Food Salsa Verde

El Dorado Mexican Restaurant
Jalapeno Green Salsa, Jalapeno Red Salsa

El Oaxaco Restaurant & Panaderia (Sunday Only)
Salsa de Chili de Aqua, Red Salsa

Fresh and Easy –
Neighboorhood Market
Wild Oats Organic Pineapple Salsa, Fresh and Easy Chipotle Salsa, Fresh and Easy Southwest Salsaa

Ghost Scream Hot Sauce
Ghost Scream Hot Sauce & NEW! Ghost Scream Chili Garlic Paste

La Dolce Vita Ristorante (Sunday Only)
Dolce Vita Italian – Style salsa

Mama Vega’s Products
Spicy Tomato Jam, Pico de Gallo, Hillbilly Sauce

Margarita Villa
Roasted Villa Red

Naked Infusions

Oaxaca White Chocolate Salsa, California Burnt Sage Salsa, Black Silk Expresso Salsa

Sugar Beets & Restaurant & Bar (Saturday Only)
Jalapeno Green Salsa, Jalapeno Red Salsa

Tacos Don Chente
Don Chente Habanero Green, DC Quemada, Flavorful Aguacate

the kitchen
Oxnard Strawberry Salsa & Salsa Verde

Tillie’s Nevada
Italian Style Artichoke Salsa & Split Shot Garlic Salsa, plus stuffed olives!

Tresierras Supermarkets
Mango Pico De Gallo Salsa, Spicy Salsa Roja, Sweet & Spicy Chipotle Salsa

Uncle Steves LLC.
Mild Maddie, Kickin Katelyn, Screaming Steven

Vallarta Supermarkets
Deli-Fresh Salsa Roja & Verde, Pico de Gallo, Salsa de Aguacate, Spicy Habanero Salsa

Whole Foods Market
365 Peach Mango Salsa & 365 Chipotle Salsa

Yolanda’s Mexican Café (Saturday Only)
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Jul 19 2014
Montrose Food & Brewfest July 27, 2014 Discount Tickets @MVCChamber
 

Montrose Food & Brewfest July 27, 2014

Ticket to Montrose Food & Brewfest
2200 Block of Honolulu Avenue • Montrose, CA

Sunday, July 27

Discount tickets are available on Living Social.

$38 ($50 Value) for One Ticket
Unlimited Food & Drink Samples
One Commemorative Taster Glass

Spend an afternoon sipping and celebrating with this deal for general admission to the Montrose Food & Brewfest, happening Sunday, July 27 in the heart of Old Town Montrose. Presented by Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce, this beer garden event will pop up in the 2200 block of Honolulu Avenue from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., offering guests unlimited sampling of micro and craft brews and bites from local restaurants.

Montrose Food & Brewfest’s Website

Montrose Food & Brewfest:
Sunday, July 27th, 12AM to 4PM
2200 block of Honolulu Avenue in the heart of Old Town Montrose, Montrose CA, 91020

A beer gardened/ticket only event with UNLIMITED sampling of micro brews and craft brews, as well as UNLIMITED sampling of food from amazing local restaurants in and around the Montrose area, all for a good cause!

21 & Over ONLY. REQUIRED ID Check: Valid I.D.’s will be checked at the door. Please have your ID with you the day of the event.

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