Volunteers Prepare For OC’s Largest Thanksgiving Day Feast

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (KTLA) — Preparations are underway for Orange County’s largest annual Thanksgiving Day feast.

15,000 guests are expected to enjoy the We Give Thanks dinner in the Honda Center parking lot Thursday.

Volunteers are preparing food at the Anaheim Convention Center and the Hilton and Marriott hotels for the 25th annual Thanksgiving Day dinner from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

More than 1,500 volunteers are helping to prepare and serve the meals.

We Give Thanks was founded more than 20 years ago by Frank Garcia to help those in need in the greater Orange County and Los Angeles areas.

Garcia began his Thanksgiving Day tradition by serving a free dinner to families in need in the parking lot of his family owned restaurant, La Casa Garcia.

Each year the number of persons increased and soon surpassed 15,000.

Although the location has changed from the parking lot…

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We Guess Public Relations Barbie Can’t Use Email Any Better Than Computer Engineer Barbie

Mattel – you get a great big thumbs down from me! So barbie can do anything except write code. Thank goodness theres’ a boy close by – he’ll fix everything.
Isn’t she supoosed to be a Computer engineer? I was already upset about the Girl Scout Barbie released earlier this year but now this.

Thank goodness my girls no longer ask for Barbies. because at this point I would say no.

Just a couple of months back I told me girls they could no watch the Barbie epsiodes on Netflix after watching an episode of Barbie Dreamhouse. “Girl” based TV and toys are so very disappionting.

Step it up Mattel! Encourgae our girls, build them up, show them they can be and do anything.

Computer Engineer Barbie Needs Men To Write Code, Can’t Reboot Computer

Mattel – you get a great big thumbs down from me! So barbie can do anything except write code. Thank goodness theres’ a boy close by – he’ll fix everything.
Isn’t she supoosed to be a Computer engineer? I was already upset about the Girl Scout Barbie released earlier this year but now this.

Thank goodness my girls no longer ask for Barbies. because at this point I would say no.

Just a couple of months back I told me girls they could no watch the Barbie epsiodes on Netflix after watching an episode of Barbie Dreamhouse. “Girl” based TV and toys are so very disappionting.

Step it up Mattel! Encourgae our girls, build them up, show them they can be and do anything.

Hoot N’ Howling Night Hike

This Saturday, November 8, 2014, Carbon Canyon Regional Park will host a “Hoot ‘N Howling Night Hike”. Park rangers will lead a starlit hike showcasing the natural wonders that can only be seen at night.  The night will feature activities including:

• A visit to the Nature Center
• A live animal presentation
• Hot cocoa and cookies
• A hike through the wilderness area
• Parking and the event are FREE!
Night Hike November 8th-page-001 (1)This is an outdoor event so dress appropriately and bring a flashlight. Event is scheduled from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Space is limited, please call to register  (714) 973-3160 or email carboncanyon@ocparks.com

Save the Dates: The next night hikes at Carbon Canyon Regional Park will be on Saturday, December 27, 2014 and on Saturday, January 31st, 2015
Click Here for more Info

BOO! San Diego’s only Halloween Parade

Image from The-Boulevard-BOO-Parade facebook page

Image from The-Boulevard-BOO-Parade facebook page

The Boo Parade is San Diego’s only Halloween parade! On October 25, 2014 at 10:00 a.m., The Boulevard BOO! Parade is returning to the College Area. This free, family event is bigger and spookier than ever! More floats, more zombies, more music and more surprises. More of what makes the Boulevard BOO! Parade San Diego’s only Halloween Parade.

The fun doesn’t stop after the parade. There are many places to discover in the College Area. Stop over to the After BOO Community Carnival & Float Award’s Ceremony at the College Ave Baptist Church from 11 am to 5 pm, (4747 College Ave.). Enjoy live music, carnival rides, games, cold drinks and food trucks with friends.

The College Area Business District, a non-profit corporation that manages the College Area Business Improvement District, focuses their efforts on helping small business owners in the commercial corridors in the College Area of San Diego, including El Cajon Blvd., College Ave., and Montezuma Rd. The Boulevard BOO! Parade brings thousands to the commercial district to enjoy the local restaurants and specialty shops. Sit patio side and enjoy something tasty and cool to drink while being entertained by the BOO!

BOO! Parade is produced by the College Area Business District.

Superhero Masquerade at the Orange County Museum of Art

The Orange County County Museum of Art will hold a Superhero Masquerade on Sunday October 12, 2014. This also happens to be a “Free Second Sundays” event.

Get your capes out and come dressed as your favorite Superhero then join in on an interactive music performance.

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Orange County Museum of Art

850 San Clemente Drive

Newport Beach, CA

714-759-1122

For more information, visit www.ocma.net.