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Harvest Crusade 2015

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It’s time for this year’s So Cal Harvest Crusade, August 28 – 30, 2015. The SoCal Harvest is a local event that features performances by top Christian artists and a gospel message by Greg Laurie.

Harvest events are designed to be opportunities for Christians to invite family members, coworkers, friends, and acquaintances to hear the life-changing message of the gospel in an environment that is entertaining, yet nonthreatening.

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When: August 28–30, 2015, Gates Open: 5:30 p.m, Event is from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Where: Angel Stadium Get Directions »

Cost: Free Admission (Angel Stadium charges $15 for parking)

 Nightly Schedule:

If you can’t be there in person you can Watch online. The crusade will be broadcast live from Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, each night at 7:00 p.m. Pacific. Simply visit Harvest.org and click on the banner that says “Watch Live Now.”.

for more details visit Harvest.org

 

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Harvest Crusade 2014

Find answers to life’s most important questions at the FREE So Cal Harvest Crusade, August 15-17, 2014. Featuring music from top artists and a message from Greg Laurie that could change your life!

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 Event Information

Dates: August 15–17, 2014

Location: Angel Stadium Get Directions »

Speaker: Greg Laurie

Translations: Spanish, Sign Language

Cost: Free Admission (Angel Stadium charges $15 for parking)

 Nightly Schedule

Gates Open: 5:30 p.m.

Event Begins: 7:00 p.m.

Event Ends: 9:00 p.m.

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for more details visit Harvest Crusade 2014 Anaheim

If you can’t be there in person you can Watch online. The crusade will be broadcast live from Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, each night at 7:00 p.m. Pacific.

Simply go to socal.harvest.org and click on the banner that says “Watch Live Now.”
Please remember, this link will not be available before 7:00 p.m. Pacific.

 

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4th of July Tips for Pets

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I no longer have dogs or cats. We now have a fish. So, I don’t think I need to prepare him for the 4th of July celebrations.  But when I did have dogs and cats, I always felt so bad for them. They have no idea all the noise, flashes of light, and burning smell of pyrotechnics are our way of celebrating.

Pets are terrified, did you know that the 5th of July is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters?

Here are some tips from akc.org, the American Kennel Club, a not-for-profit organization, offers tips on how to keep your pets safe and calm during this Independence Day.

  • It is safer to keep your pets at home during Fourth of July celebrations instead of bringing him to your neighbor’s party. Keep your pets in the house, rather than in your yard. He will be a lot happier indoors, and not tempted to leap over a fence to find you. 

  • Dogs can be startled by the loud noise of fireworks. Once the festivities begin, keep your pet in a safe room where he can feel comfortable. If he is crate trained put him in his crate covered with a blanket to make him feel secure. 

  • Block outside sights and sounds by lowering the blinds and turning on the television. Play soothing music in the background to counteract the cacophony during the “rockets’ red glare. 

  • If your pet seems overly anxious, spend some time with your pet, speaking soothingly to help them to relax. 

  • Avoid scraps from the grill. While tempting to our pets, any sudden change to your pets’ diet can cause stomach upset. In addition, some certain foods like onions, avocado, grapes and raisins can be toxic . 

  • Human products can be dangerous to animals . Avoid spraying your pet with insect repellent and only use special sunscreen that is intended for animal use. Keep your pets away from matches and lighter fluid. They can be extremely irritating to the stomach, lungs and central nervous system, if ingested. 

  • Should your dog get scared, escape and run away, help find him with microchip identification. Collars and tags can fall off so make sure you have permanent ID with a microchip. Keep contact information current with your recovery service provider. For more information and to enroll your pet in a 24 hour recovery service visit www.akcreunite.org.

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Planning your 4th of July Celebration!

Growing up the 4th of July was always a big celebration for our family. It was my Dad’s birthday and the park nearby had a wonderful firework show that we were able to enjoy from our front yard.

My sister’s and I were able to continue that tradition for years with our kids. I’m now looking for new ways to celebrate with my husband and our younger daughters. I have some great memories of celebrating the 4th of July and I hope that I give them the same. With that in mind, I’m looking for ways to step up our 4th of July celebration and thought I’d share my ideas with you.

This week I’ll be posting some yummy recipes, tips,  and things to remember while celebrating the 4th of July.

First off we need Fireworks. Here are some links for Fireworks shows in Los Angeles County, the Inland Empire from Pomona to Temecula and San Diego County.

Here is great list of 4th of July Celebrations in Orange County from kidsguidemagazine.com

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This weekend while visiting family in San Diego, we got a 4th of July warm up. We went to Mission Bay and viewed the firework show from Sea World. It was such a wonderful evening out. I hope some of the events on these lists will help you plan your 4th of July too.

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