Friday morning, just as my Weekend Roundup posted. I was checking my site and I got the dreaded 404 error message “Page not Found”. None of my links were working! Well, that quickly sent me into an email sending frenzy and searching forums to find answers to fix the problem.
Like most things that happen in life – a change or revision often comes as a result or realization that something isn’t working properly. I had actually been working an event calendar already so this just forced me make it happen – immediately.
Bottom line is that you can now find all upcoming events in the “Events Calendar” on the sidebar of my blog. Isn’t funny how we have to be pushed into things? Maybe that’s just me.
This means you won’t see my Weekend Roundup anymore as there is no longer a need for it. I hope the new calendar addition will help you schedule your calendar more efficiently as well.
Just keep in mind, this site is a work in progress and I am always forced to learn new things as a result of this blog so don’t be surprised if something looks different in a couple of days.
Oh, by the way – I searched and searched and I fixed the problem myself. My links are all working again and I’ve got this great events calendar as a result – so it’s all good!
Let me know if this is new addition is helpful for you.
Annette – Project Refined Life
Commemorate the 102nd birthday of America’s 37th President with a full day of special events at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum on Friday, January 9, 2015.
Admission to the Nixon Library is free and open to the public all day.
Schedule of events:
11 AM: Presidential Wreath Laying at the Memorial Site of Richard Nixon
-Laying of a memorial wreath sent from President Barack Obama
-Remarks by Commander of Navy Region Southwest, Rear Admiral Patrick J. Lorge
-Ceremonial musical performances by Navy Band Southwest
-Formal Presentation of the Colors
1 PM: Nixon Legacy Lecture with Stephen Hess
-Historian and Nixon biographer Stephen Hess will discuss his new book, The Professor and the President: Daniel Patrick Moynihan in the Nixon White House. Hess brings the unique perspective of working for both President Nixon and his top urban affairs advisor Daniel Patrick Moynihan to tell how the two men put partisan politics aside to bring reform to the federal government.
Stephen Hess will sign copies of his book following the lecture. If you are unable to attend, but want autographed copies of The Professor and the President, click here to order and we’ll ship the day after his appearance.
- When: Friday, January 9, 2015 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Where: Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard
Yorba Linda, California 92886