Oct 12, 2019 6:00 PM

Join OARS for a night of award-winning short films, food, brews, and live music as we as we celebrate 50 years of guiding, friendship, conservation, and community. Doors at 6pm. Films at dusk. $25 includes 2 drink tickets, 1 dinner ticket, and 1 OARS 50th Anniversary YETI Rambler 18-oz Bottle.* 100% of ticket sales for this event will be donated to the Pam and George Wendt Foundation, an organization with the vision to connect young people to one of the world’s greatest resources—our wild places. Awesome gear prizes courtesy of YETI, NRS, Smith Optics, Chaco, and Chums. Beer generously provided by Sierra Nevada. Wine thanks to Boyle MacDonald Wines, Hatcher Winery, Ten By Ten Wines, and Twisted Oak Winery. Additional support from Northwestern Mutual and SkySon Financial. Music from Leilani & the Distractions. All welcome. Kids 15 and under free with a paying adult (limit 2 free kids/adult), YETI drinkware limited to paying adults. Limited tickets available. Free parking at the OARS boathouse. Just like a river trip, this is a rain or shine event so show up dressed for the weather. There will be limited indoor seating and covered outdoor seating. *Dinner + YETI stainless drinkware guaranteed for the first 300 guests. Local lodging is available at the following locations: Angels Camp RV & Camping Resort, Glory Hole & Tuttletown Recreation Areas at New Melones Reservoir, and Best Western Cedar Inn & Suites. Learn more: boathousetour.org

Sep 28, 2019 10:00 AM

Become a better photographer and stop using your camera's "Auto" mode in 1 day. Have you ever wondered why after spending hundreds of dollars on the latest cameras you still can't get photos you're really proud of? We're not talking about the party snapshots you post on Facebook, but stunning landscapes that can be considered fine art and grab attention for longer than 5 seconds. Learn to capture beautiful photos and never miss a memory again. This 2.5 hour class is a crash course in digital photography. Taught in our Los Angeles studio in small groups of 15-20 students, you'll learn what all those knobs and dials on your DSLR do, the settings to use in any lighting condition, and even what kind of camera to buy if you don't already have one. You'll understand concepts like exposure, aperture, depth of field and shutter speed, and probably never want to use the "automatic mode" again. No prior experience or camera equipment is necessary to attend. Just a desire to improve your photography skills. Take this class for yourself or gift it to a friend who's got a photographic itch to scratch. Frequently Asked Questions Who are you guys? We're a team of 3 passionate photographers who have taught this class since Fall 2010. Our professional experience includes landscape, fine art, architecture, food and fashion photography. Browse our main website to view some of our work. What's the class schedule? This is a 2.5 hour class held most Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-12:30pm. It's also offered on some weeknights from 6pm-8:30pm. The dates are scheduled approximately 1 month in advance, and more dates are added every few weeks. What's the format of this class? It's a group class held in an indoor classroom setting in groups of around 15 students. I already have some photography experience. Will this class be useful for me? Yes, a class could be a good refresher for you to consolidate all the bits and pieces of knowledge you've picked up over the years. You'll also find plenty of inspiration (in the form of some beautiful photos) to get back into photography if you haven't picked up a camera in a while. You’ll have an opportunity to ask a professional photographer any burning questions. It's a great way to spend an afternoon in the company of other beginners and amateurs. However, if you already have a good handle on things like shutter speed, aperture, ISO and manual mode, then Photo Walk and Adobe Lightroom Class are a better fit for you. What kind of camera do I need to attend this class? Bring whichever camera you currently own. No need to buy anything special or fancy for this class. We explain the differences between simple point & shoot cameras and DSLRs, so you'll be better informed about what kind of camera to buy, should you decide to upgrade your current one. What else should I bring to class? Anything you need to take notes on (pen, paper, iPad, laptop etc) and a snack or drink. Have more questions? Please shoot us an email for a quick response.

Oct 21, 2019 4:00 PM

Join the Valhalla Private Capital team for BaseCamp Pitch Night where companies from the two day BaseCamp program will apply what they learned about raising capital and pitch their companies to investors for feedback. Grab some food, drinks, and watch some pitches!  Founders, want to join us for BaseCamp and Pitch? Check out the program and register by Oct 15th:  CONFIRMED LOCATION COMING SOON! 

Nov 17, 2019 4:00 PM

Please join us celebrate Diwali, enjoy fun filled evening, classical and Bollywood dances, food, DJ and drinks.

Nov 08, 2019 7:00 PM

You are invited to an evening of enlightenment as Psychic/Medium/Reiki Master Lucy Basso connects you with heartfelt messages from the Angels and your loved ones who have passed over. Lucy Basso has a deep passion for sharing the words of those departed by delivering messages of love, support and understanding. Receiving messages from beyond allows us to heal, release and give us the ability to move forward in our own life's journey. The uniquely stylish Angel Whisper Designs will also have a table set up for you to have an opportunity to buy blessed and Reiki charged jewellery.  Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. will also be selling some spiritual items for Purchase.  Delightful d'oeuvres and non alchololic drinks will be served.  The event will start promptly at 7:15pm and the door will be closed at that time!  Please be on time!                                                                                                                                      Instead of issuing physical tickets for this event your name will be at the registration table upon entering, please arrive up to 15-20 mins earlier to acquire a seat and to help yourself to food and drinks.  (TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR AND MUST BE PURCHASED ONLINE ONLY THROUGH THIS EVENTBRITE POSTING) PLEASE READ.. Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. and any individual and / or corporate entity working with Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. at any events or otherwise, does not accept any responsibility and expressly excludes any liability, be it direct, indirect, special or consequential, for any injury, damage or loss suffered as a result of a person’s attendance and or participation at any event, or the purchase of any related product by any person(s). All event attendees and participants acknowledge that events may be photographed and that these images may be uploaded to various social media and / or main stream media sites. All event attendees and participants give their express permission for the use of any crowd photos or images they may appear in, as well as social media and or main stream media sites.  There will be no audio or video recording permitted at any time of this event.  All events are non-refundable and this event is not intended for children, all those attending must be the age 18 or older. By visiting, shopping, and/or booking services you and or person booking for accept the following terms and conditions also listed above and also under the Disclaimer page on ww.WelcomeAngels.ca.  Please read them carefully..                                                                   http://www.welcomeangels.ca/disclaimer

Oct 18, 2019 7:00 PM

You are invited to an evening of enlightenment as Psychic/Medium/Reiki Master Lucy Basso connects you with heartfelt messages from the Angels and your loved ones who have passed over. Lucy Basso has a deep passion for sharing the words of those departed by delivering messages of love, support and understanding. Receiving messages from beyond allows us to heal, release and give us the ability to move forward in our own life's journey. The uniquely stylish Angel Whisper Designs will also have a table set up for you to have an opportunity to buy blessed and Reiki charged jewellery.  Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. will also be selling some spiritual items for Purchase.  Delightful d'oeuvres and non alchololic drinks will be served.  The event will start promptly at 7:15pm and the door will be closed at that time!  Please be on time!                                                                                                                                      Instead of issuing physical tickets for this event your name will be at the registration table upon entering, please arrive up to 15-20 mins earlier to acquire a seat and to help yourself to food and drinks.  (TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR AND MUST BE PURCHASED ONLINE ONLY THROUGH THIS EVENTBRITE POSTING) PLEASE READ.. Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. and any individual and / or corporate entity working with Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. at any events or otherwise, does not accept any responsibility and expressly excludes any liability, be it direct, indirect, special or consequential, for any injury, damage or loss suffered as a result of a person’s attendance and or participation at any event, or the purchase of any related product by any person(s). All event attendees and participants acknowledge that events may be photographed and that these images may be uploaded to various social media and / or main stream media sites. All event attendees and participants give their express permission for the use of any crowd photos or images they may appear in, as well as social media and or main stream media sites.  There will be no audio or video recording permitted at any time of this event.  All events are non-refundable and this event is not intended for children, all those attending must be the age 18 or older. By visiting, shopping, and/or booking services you and or person booking for accept the following terms and conditions also listed above and also under the Disclaimer page on ww.WelcomeAngels.ca.  Please read them carefully..                                                                   http://www.welcomeangels.ca/disclaimer

Nov 02, 2019 9:00 AM

Every Saturday morning NCCP Certified Softball instructors will teach your player the skills they need to successfully play fastpitch softball. The main camp is 3-hours long covering hitting (50%) and offensive/defensive (50%) skills and tactics development. Pitchers and catchers can participate in a 1-hour specialized mini-camp immediately following the main camp. Camp curriculum and instruction follows Softball Canada's "Athlete Development Matrix" to introduce and develop softball skills at the correct age and stage. More Information Registration is offered in two 8-week parts, however, the camp is a full 16-week planned curriculum without repetition for most skills. Each session may be taken independently, though it is beneficial to attend both - instructors may not be able to review any skills missed. Participation in the main camp is a requirement to register for the pitching and catching camp. Registration Groups The camp is open to girls and boys aged 6 to 18. Players will be assigned to either the Fundamental Training or Competition Training group based on Softball Canada player development ages/stages. Fundamental aged players wanting to attend the Competition aged group will be required to pass a Skills Evaluation with a camp instructor. Fundamental Training Campers will be introduced to Fundamental softball skills and Learn to Train as part of fun and engaging instruction. A focus on learning key offensive and defensive skills/tactics in hitting, throwing, fielding, baserunning, sliding and positional play will be taught. The goal is to teach the players to love the game, to build self-esteem/confidence and to lay the foundation for training as a softball player.   Campers registering for the additional Pitchers and Catchers mini-camp will be introduced to the fundamental movements of one of the positions including: Pitchers - technique, grip, stance, stride, arm movement and fastball/change-up pitches. Catchers - recieving, blocking, framing, throwing, passed balls and signal giving.  Competition Training Campers will be consolidating their softball skills into more complex game and team tactics, and be introduced to more advanced softball skills. The focus is on preparing the player to perform the skills within a competitive game environment. A focus on learning advanced offensive and defensive skills/tactics in hitting, throwing, fielding, baserunning, sliding, offensive plays, short game defence and team stratgeies will be taught.  Campers registering for the additional Pitchers and Catchers mini-camp will participate in pitcher/catcher battery to consolidate their skills during "live practice" under supervision. Zone, count and game management as part of a battery will be taught. Pitchers and catchers are may work on individual skills of pitches.  Breaks, Water and Snacks This camp is three hours long each Saturday with two 10 miunte breaks (no lunch break) though campers may eat/drink at any time. Please ensure that your player brings water and healthy snacks in adequate amounts to fuel their activity for the day. There is water available onsite. Please do not bring food items that might put other campers with allergies at risk.  Instructors Brian Bates, Former Head Coach, York University and Softball Canada Instructor with 30 years coaching/playing experience Manny Amaro, Assistant Coach, McMaster University and 20+ years coaching experience (18 years fastpitch) Ty Azzolin, Head Coach, York University and 42 years coaching experience (16 years fastpitch) Dates and Schedule Week 1: Saturday, Nov 2, 2019 Week 2: Saturday, Nov 9, 2019 Week 3: Saturday, Nov 16, 2019 Week 4: Saturday, Nov 23, 2019 Week 5: Saturday, Nov 30, 2019 Week 6: Saturday, Dec 7, 2019 Week 7: Saturday, Dec 14, 2018 No Camp: Dec 21, 28 and Jan 4 (Christmas Holidays) Week 8: Saturday, Jan 11, 2020 Week 9: Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 Week 10: Saturday, Jan 25, 2020 Week 11: Saturday, Feb 1, 2020 Week 12: Saturday, Feb 8, 2020 No Camp: Feb 15, 2020 (Valentines & Family Day) Week 13: Saturday, Feb 22, 2020 Week 14: Saturday, Feb 29, 2020 Week 15: Saturday, Mar 7, 2020 No Camp: Saturday, Mar 14, 2020 Week 16: Saturday, Mar 21, 2020 Makeup: Saturday, Mar 28, 2020 (only if needed) Host Association Thank you to the Port Perry Angels as the host association for the 2019-20 camp.

Oct 04, 2019 7:00 PM

You are invited to an evening of enlightenment as Psychic/Medium/Reiki Master Lucy Basso connects you with heartfelt messages from the Angels and your loved ones who have passed over. Lucy Basso has a deep passion for sharing the words of those departed by delivering messages of love, support and understanding. Receiving messages from beyond allows us to heal, release and give us the ability to move forward in our own life's journey. The uniquely stylish Angel Whisper Designs will also have a table set up for you to have an opportunity to buy blessed and Reiki charged jewellery.  Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. will also be selling some spiritual items for Purchase.  Delightful d'oeuvres and non alchololic drinks will be served.  The event will start promptly at 7:15pm and the door will be closed at that time!  Please be on time!                                                                                                                                      Instead of issuing physical tickets for this event your name will be at the registration table upon entering, please arrive up to 15-20 mins earlier to acquire a seat and to help yourself to food and drinks.  (TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR AND MUST BE PURCHASED ONLINE ONLY THROUGH THIS EVENTBRITE POSTING) PLEASE READ.. Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. and any individual and / or corporate entity working with Welcome Angels Wellness Centre Inc. at any events or otherwise, does not accept any responsibility and expressly excludes any liability, be it direct, indirect, special or consequential, for any injury, damage or loss suffered as a result of a person’s attendance and or participation at any event, or the purchase of any related product by any person(s). All event attendees and participants acknowledge that events may be photographed and that these images may be uploaded to various social media and / or main stream media sites. All event attendees and participants give their express permission for the use of any crowd photos or images they may appear in, as well as social media and or main stream media sites.  There will be no audio or video recording permitted at any time of this event.  All events are non-refundable and this event is not intended for children, all those attending must be the age 18 or older. By visiting, shopping, and/or booking services you and or person booking for accept the following terms and conditions also listed above and also under the Disclaimer page on ww.WelcomeAngels.ca.  Please read them carefully..                                                                   http://www.welcomeangels.ca/disclaimer

Sep 28, 2019 10:00 AM

Eco-Friendly Foraging - Plants Walk / Food & DrinksLocal ForestSaturday September 21 Want to learn about edible plants and help the environment in the process? Did you know what we are surrounded by wild edible plants and most of them are non-native to Los Angeles and actually invasive? Very often the same plants are crops in some other countries and yet, locally, the solution is to spray them with chemicals or waste this incredible food resource by uprooting and throwing it away. So sad when you realize that a recent study from the University of California Berkeley identified 52 edible weeds growing in abundance in the poorest neighborhoods of San Francisco. At least six of them were found to be more nutritious than kale, according to that study. Guess what, we'll find most of those nutritious plants during our walk. So let's look at an option that will help the environment, reduce the use of chemicals in nature and nourish us in the process. In this class, you'll learn about the countless local plants that you can use for food, many of them can be found in your backyard and are considered weed. . We’re taking mustards, lamb’s-quarter (wild spinach), chickweed and countless others. We will walk in the local forest (private property in the Angeles Forest), identify and talk about the culinary and medical uses of those plants. The walk is around 1 1/2 to 2 hours, very slow with lots of stops to talk about and collect the plants. We'll also talk about native plants, their uses and which ones you could plant at home. Wild food is gourmet food! After the class you will be served delicious snacks and drinks featuring the plants we saw during our walk. Long pants is a good idea - We have poison oak in the area. The walk will occur rain or shine (We love rain!) So check the weather and make sure you either have sun or rain protection and stay warm. Location: We meet in front of a place called Reptacular 8828 Gold Creek Rd, Sylmar, CA 91342Look for a red Jeep Wrangler near the entrance, we park on the side of the right road a bit further (don't enter the main gate, just drive a bit further)34°19'09.9"N 118°19'49.1"WTime: From 10AM to around 1PM

Sep 21, 2019 10:00 AM

Eco-Friendly Foraging - Plants Walk / Food & DrinksLocal ForestSaturday September 28 Want to learn about edible plants and help the environment in the process? Did you know what we are surrounded by wild edible plants and most of them are non-native to Los Angeles and actually invasive? Very often the same plants are crops in some other countries and yet, locally, the solution is to spray them with chemicals or waste this incredible food resource by uprooting and throwing it away. So sad when you realize that a recent study from the University of California Berkeley identified 52 edible weeds growing in abundance in the poorest neighborhoods of San Francisco. At least six of them were found to be more nutritious than kale, according to that study. Guess what, we'll find most of those nutritious plants during our walk. So let's look at an option that will help the environment, reduce the use of chemicals in nature and nourish us in the process. In this class, you'll learn about the countless local plants that you can use for food, many of them can be found in your backyard and are considered weed. . We’re taking mustards, lamb’s-quarter (wild spinach), chickweed and countless others. We will walk in the local forest (private property in the Angeles Forest), identify and talk about the culinary and medical uses of those plants. The walk is around 1 1/2 to 2 hours, very slow with lots of stops to talk about and collect the plants. We'll also talk about native plants, their uses and which ones you could plant at home. Wild food is gourmet food! After the class you will be served delicious snacks and drinks featuring the plants we saw during our walk. Long pants is a good idea - We have poison oak in the area. The walk will occur rain or shine (We love rain!) So check the weather and make sure you either have sun or rain protection and stay warm. Location: We meet in front of a place called Reptacular 8828 Gold Creek Rd, Sylmar, CA 91342Look for a red Jeep Wrangler near the entrance, we park on the side of the right road a bit further (don't enter the main gate, just drive a bit further)34°19'09.9"N 118°19'49.1"WTime: From 10AM to around 1PMREGISTER HERE

Feb 05, 2020 1:00 PM

ALL AIRFARE MUST BE BOOKED THROUGH LUXE TRAVEL.  INFORMATION IS BELOW IN FAQs. Get ready to embark on the journey of a lifetime, an intense adventure into the heart of where bold is born. Trek the rugged terrain where few have dared venture, where life-long friendships are formed and the world’s boldest cigars are forged. Camp Camacho is 4 days / 3 nights of intense immersion into where our “Live Loud” world is born. Space is limited and only available to a select few. Book now. (Trip cost includes all lodging, ground transportation, experiences, food, cigars, and beverages) Arrive at Toncontín airport and be escorted to our Guest House in Danli for a welcome reception   Enjoy beautiful and unique culinary experiences that celebrate our Honduran roots Experience local culture and invigorating once in a lifetime adventures Interactive spirit & cigar pairings Take a tour of the original Corojo Farm in Jamastran Visit our new state of the art Factory  In-Depth Blending and Rolling Seminar & create your own custom bold smoke Note: You will be contacted by the event organizer to sign a Release of Liability either prior to the trip or while on-site.  DAVIDOFF OF GENEVA USA, INC., is registered with the state of Florida as a Seller of Travel, Registration No.ST41122   FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Who do I contact if I have booking questions or issues using eventbrite? [email protected], Office Line: 727-401-4314 Do I need a passport to travel to Honduras? Yes, you need a valid passport to travel to Honduras. Your passport cannot have an expiration date within 6 months of your trip date. If you are a U.S. traveler wishing to enter Honduras, you must present a U.S. passport with at least six months remaining validity. A visa is not required for U.S. citizens, but tourists must provide evidence of return or onward travel. U.S. citizens are encouraged to carry a photocopy of their U.S. passports with them at all times so that if questioned by local officials proof of identity and U.S. citizenship are readily available. Do I need any particular vaccinations to travel to Honduras? No, there are no required vaccinations for traveling to Honduras What other precautionary measures should be taken in Honduras? It is advisable to take other health precautions, including water and food care. Regarding water, it is always advisable to drink it bottled and avoid ice cubes, while foods are important to consume always cooked, except for fruits and vegetables that can be peeled. How do I book my airfare? What airport will I fly into? You will fly into Toncontín Airport Located in Tegucigalpa. All flights must be booked directly through our travel agent, Jeff Lewis. There will be a $35.00 charge but assists with logistics should you encounter flight issues, inclement weather or need to cancel.  He can be reached with the information below. Please use EMAIL as the first method of contact: Jeff LewisV.I.P Travel Consultant, LUXE Travel16450 Bake Parkway, Suite 100 • Irvine, CA 92618866-575-6971 x9344 (Office)949-242-9344 (Direct)714-293-2767 (Cell)[email protected] When emailing regarding your flight please provide: Full Name (as it appears on your passport), DOB, preferred departure airport, selected trip dates & your cell phone number. DAVIDOFF OF GENEVA USA, INC., is registered with the state of Florida as a Seller of Travel, Registration No.ST41122 What are the ground transportation arrangements upon arrival? You will be picked up by our Camp Camacho bus outside of the terminal upon arrival at Tegucigalpa Airport.  The vehicle/driver will be clearly marked. If you have any difficulties upon arrival you may contact Barbara Penman at +50432246098  What do I need to bring? Personal toiletries such as: Toothpaste, deodorant, digestive medications (i.e. Pepto, Alka Seltzer), bug repellent and any prescribed medications. You will also need a bathing suit, comfortable clothes and shoes conducive with outdoor activities and long walks/hiking/zip lining. **Note – participation in activities are at your own discretion and preference** There are no laundry facilities onsite so bring enough clothing for the duration of your stay. However, you will be given fresh towels and linens daily. Do I need to convert currency?  How much cash should I bring? You do not need to convert currency upon landing.  USD is an accepted form of payment.  You wont “need” cash for anything but it is recommended that you bring some in case you find there are souvenirs that you may want where they may not accept credit cards.  We do have international ATMs, in fact there is one on the factory premises. You don’t need to convert money, but in case you want to, you can do it right at your arrival at the airport. Is there cellular service? Wi-Fi? It is recommended that you contact your carrier to find out if you need any special plans while traveling abroad.  Additionally, upon landing it is recommended that you turn off your cellular data to avoid any additional charges. Reception may be spotty in some cases when away from the guesthouse so plan to be off the grid.  However, the guesthouse does have complimentary Wi-Fi. You may also want to download “Whatsapp”.  This is freeware app, which can allow smartphone users to communicate easily. For any emergency calls we will provide you with your point of contacts name and phone number to leave behind with family & friends.  You will receive this prior to your trip. Are the wall outlets different? No, you will have 120V outlets (the same as you find in the US) Will there be cigars for sale during my trip? There will be no cigars sold during your trip.  All consumable cigars and your special blend you will create in the factory are all included in the cost of your trip. What happens if I get sick during the trip? There is a doctor available at all times and there is also a hospital within less than a mile from the property.  There will be a driver with you at all times as well as the capability to call for medical assistance if needed. How do I find information on safety and health conditions abroad? The U.S. Department of State assesses safety and health conditions for every country in the world, and issues a travel advisory. Every advisory gives detailed information about potential hazards such as crime, road safety, political instability, and terrorism.  Their site is: https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country.html.  Also, note that the guest house has cameras and a security system.     

Sep 21, 2019 3:00 PM

Come and join other postdocs from the LA Area for a cross-campus picnic!