Tru Networking for it's 4th year is doing the biggest networking event on the bay.
We have rented the biggest boat in Newport Beach called the Eternity. With 4 levels..
Networking meeting happen weekly in Orange County.
City's that we have events currently are Costa Mesa, Irvine and Huntington Beach.
What makes our group so great is the net workers that help and participate in the events and mixer
One of the cool things about our group is its diversity.
Clif Miller is a guitarist and a vocalist that is apart of the group and he is fratured here.
Tru Networking for it's 4th year is doing the biggest networking event on the bay.
We have rented the biggest boat in Newport Beach called the Eternity.
With 4 levels.. Networking meeting happen weekly in Orange Count. City's that we have events currently are Costa Mesa, Irvine and Huntington Beach.
OC Networkers is dedicated to providing an opportunity for small businesses
in Orange County to meet, share ideas, and do business with each other.
We meet every Thursday from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm at The Derby, located in The Kaleidoscope off I-5 at Crown Valley Parkway in Mission Viejo.
Stop by and join us! OC Networkers now has networkers.
meeting each week at The Derby. The Derby is in the Kaleidoscope Mall Here are the details,
LUNCH Every THURSDAY at THE DERBY KALEIDOSCOPE MALL 27741 Crown Valley Parkway Mission Viejo, CA 926921
Award Winning Fazeli Cellars
Inspired by the ancient traditions of Persia. Rooted in the modern expressions of California.
New on the De Portola Wine Trail
The Fazeli family is proud of its cultural heritage, which it continues to celebrate by creating wines that capture the essence of its ancient traditions. Named after the fabled city of Shiraz, its benchmark grape pays homage to ancient Persia. Long ago this beautiful city was famous for its wine, and some even say that this is
where the Shiraz grape originated.
Artwineandtravel.com visited the cellars and found this is one of the most friendly and helpful places to visit if you want to learn bout and taste some great vitages. Visit it at Fazeli Cellars Old Town Center 41955 Fourth St #101 Temecula, Ca 92590
First weekend of June at Lake Skinner Recreation Area in the Southern California Temecula Valley AVA.
The event features morning balloon launches, evening balloon glows, wine tasting from more than 20 wineries, wine competition, food and wine pairing, concerts featuring country on Friday, Classic Rock and Rock on Saturday, and Jazz on Sunday. There is also a giant arts and craft faire, kids faire, and fine art paintings on exhibit within the wine gardens.
The Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival,
then known as the Rancho California Balloon and Wine Festival, was started in 1983 by Walt Darren, a commercial airline pilot and avid balloonist and by Evelyn Harker a veteran event organizer and fund raiser. The seed money was provided by Kaiser Development Company and sponsors came from the local community giving what they could with many contributions consisting of in-kind services and products.
At this time, there were only six wineries in the region.
There are over 30 wineries in the region now.
The first Balloon and Wine Festival was launched in the Spring of 1984 and was a monumental success for a town of only 9,000 residents. More than 4,000 people were in attendance that year as 35 balloons were launched from the Rancho California Plaza area off Ynez Road (now Tower Plaza).
As the Festival grew, music was added and the event was moved to the Sports Park.
In 1986 as the event continued to grow, it was moved to Cherry Avenue and the first ever poster contest was held. During 1987-1988, the Festival was moved back to the Sports Park and in 1989, it was moved to its current location at Lake Skinner. In 1988, the Festival featured live entertainment with the Coasters and Little Anthony and the Imperials. In 1991 the Beach Boys entertained.
This site is designed to let musicians showcase and connect with music lovers.
By joining our site you can list your band events. Post video and pictures of your group. Our network is created and managed by working musicians the purpose is to showcase talented musicians and connect with them and people that like live entertainment.
If you do not have videos of your group we can create them
and a YouTube channel for you and we distribute the videos on sites on the internet. We have just added the Music Forum a place to place ads for musicians and music equipment. This site is free to use you add what you want to show. We also do feature articles and videos upon request.
Here is a feature artist Rob Buxton playing an original composition.
Into the light. Some musicians say that Rob Buxton is one of the best guitar players that that have ever heard. Coming from other professional guitarists, that says a lot. Here is the feature video....
To further waste reduction, reuse, recycling and product stewardship
through a network of volunteers committed to these goals. We encourage others to use our networking web site to advertise you group, business or service that has a positive impact on people, nature, health or the environment.
Ours is a Not For Profit organization.
The lamb cottage is all about sharing news and information about living in harmony with the environment. People can share knowledge and by adding articles and video content for others to learn and put to use others products and ideas.
To change the world you have to change your own needs.
What people want and what they consume and purchase is what drives what others supply and that what creates jobs. In fact as no real change is in site for corporations or governments perhaps the greatest vote you have is what you spend your time and money on.
The popular topics on the site are health, organic gardening, cancer treatments, care giving and the environment.
Everyone who carries a smart phone has a way to watch a youtube video.
Most people that travel have one. Most all new flat screen televisions now connect to the internet and have a YouTube channel.
This means that YouTube is the future of broadcasting
for the companies that can't afford television commercials. Making YouTube the most effective way to tell about your company and
reach the public with a 24/7 on-demand presentation
of your company reaching the largest audience possible. Get 3 videos made and we will build a video channel for you.
On the Union Road Wine Trail you will find Barr Estate Winery, Here is their story.
"As native New Orleanians, we grew up in a culture of great jazz and good food. French wine was the principal accompliment to New Orleans cuisine at the time.
Living in Europe during the 70's and 80's, enhanced our wine experience
and appreciation of European wines. In the 90's we returned to California and developed a greater appreciation of California wines.
After working for an international company for thirty years, we decided to start a second career dedicated to growing grapes and making great wines at affordable prices that enhance the culinary experience. After searching for a vineyard, we settled on the Central Coast of California in Paso Robles in 2007. It is still a place where the vineyard farmer and the wine maker are the same person and winemaking starts in the vineyard.
Our son, Geoff, moved to the vineyard in early 2008 to be part of the family vineyard and winery. His love of the outdoors and interest in learning about growing grapes prompted his move to Paso Robles. Much of his first two years have been dedicated to improving the 46 acre vineyard which was in its 7th leaf when we bought it.
All his work is showing up in the quality of the wine grapes.
Ten acres were grafted over to new varietals in 2008. An additional 1.5 acres of Petite Sirah were planted in 2009. Sustainable farming practices are being implemented with a goal of achieving certification in 2011.
The climate and soils are also well suited for olive production. In 2008, 300 Tuscan varietals were planted. The trees are doing well and first olive oil bottling is planned in 2011."
On the Union Road Wine Trail you will find Clautiere Vineyard.
The creative forces behind Clautiere Vineyard are Claudine Blackwell and Terry Brady. Between them they boast a number of diverse positions in their lifetime, such as fashion designer, welder, landscape designer, restaurant owner and as of late, winemaker.
Since moving to Paso Robles in July 1999,
the couple has, over time, given new life to the 145 acre ranch. Converting the farm house into a vibrant, colorful & energetic tasting room, gift shop and commercial kitchen.
The barn has been turned into a theater with a built in stage and sound system used by bands and entertainers
to perform on during parties. The property is decorated with a 230 foot entry fence, metal sculptures and mosaics that were all designed and crafted by Claudine.