Nov 25, 2017 12:00 PM

Local, handcrafted gifts for the gardener on your shopping list! Featuring a nice selection of garden sculptures for the garden lover as well as tree ornaments and seasonal  decor and other gift choices such as wood turning, stained and fused glass, acrylic on paddles and canvas. Come and enjoy a relaxed outdoor shopping experience in a quaint backyard setting. We have your warmth covered with a bonfire and hot drinks!   Make a day out of it and tie this event in with shopping and lunch in our lovely downtown Bobcaygeon! For more information, call or text Sandy at 705-341-5738 or email [email protected]  Check out www.gardenartbysandy.ca too for a peak at garden sculptures  

Nov 16, 2017 6:30 PM

Labyrinth walking is an ancient tool for modern times; a simple tool to help you connect to your internal guidance system and access your creative nature. As a meditative tool it helps you relax and focus your mind. Labyrinths are thought to enhance right brain activity, and uses include problem solving, conflict resolution, walking meditation, modern day pilgrimage, contemplation, inner reflection, stress management, and spiritual work. The American Cancer Society states that labyrinths “may be helpful as a complementary method to decrease stress and create a state of relaxation.”  Each month we offer a different theme that reflects either the seasons, a special event, or a topic that "is in the air". Ideas, questions and considerations related to the theme are suggested as a walking prompt. Sometimes the walk is silent and there is no theme. Our event begins with a brief introduction to labyrinths from 6:30 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. followed by a labyrinth ‘warming ceremony’, focused on the theme, from 6:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Walking takes place from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and people walk at their own pace.  If you are new to labyrinths come learn about this dynamic tool that supports contemplation, meditation and self-reflection (arrive at 6:30 to learn about labyrinths). If  you've walked the labyrinth before, then join us on this day to celebrate the growth of the labyrinth movement (arrive at 6:45 to warm the labyrinth, or 7:00 to begin walking)!  When: Third Thursdays 6:30pm - 8:00pm  Where: Prince of Peace Church  5700 Rudnick Avenue  Woodland Hills CA  91367 - (818) 346-6968  Meet on the Labyrinth  Cost: FREE and Open to the Public  Donations always welcome! RSVP [email protected] or just show up!  To receive updates visit https://www.meetup.com/Labyrinth-Walking-Meditation-and-Laughter-for-Wellness/ and join the meetup. For more information call: 747-24-TRUST (747-248-7878) 

Nov 18, 2017 9:00 AM

2 Day Cannabis Business Training Seminars $300 Pre-Sale Tickets $350 At-the Door (3 or more – $25 Off!) Sat-Sun | 10a – 4:20p (Marijuana Business Seminars Are Private Events. The Exact Location Of The Seminars Will Be Given After Enrollment.) If you are thinking about entering the cannabis industry or have made up your mind and are ready to start a cannabis business in California, our Cannabis Business Training Courses are for YOU!!! What Can You Learn in Just 2 Days? ALL the important “Stuff” to help insure your success! Complete breakdown of Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act and Proposition 64 Breakdown of California Medical Marijuana Laws & California Attorney General Guidelines for collective operations What you have to do to qualify for the licensing in your city or county Our primary objective is to – first and foremost – provide the facts of the law – period. DAY 1: Business – we’ll start with: Marijuana business permits and licensing requirements with focus on city and county regulations How to deal with city/county ordinances and bans Creating Operating Procedures and Business Plans Tax challenges and strategies Banking strategies Location finding and dealing with landlords Insurance agents will be covering exactly what is insurable Advertising strategies, where and how to get patients for your collective Packaging requirements We will also cover how to start a marijuana patient collective and proper collective operations Make sure ALL of your questions have been answered before you leave and you have a good comprehensive understanding of what it takes to start and operate a cannabis business in any city or county in California Most importantly, the resources needed to start DAY 2: Cultivation - Taking Lessons From EXPERIENCED Professional Growers. For Experienced Growers – Let’s compare notes and you may find a few new tips or tricks, along the way For Beginner Growers – LEARN the basics on how to grow marijuana per your physician’s recommendation or for the members of your collective. Objective: Learn the steps to take to insure you can quality cannabis from seeds, starter plants (clones) all the way through to harvest. Strain selection, space required Growing indoors, outdoors and hydroponics Instructions for watering, lighting, ventilation, cycles Equipment that will be needed Detailed instructions on pest control, smell abatement, security, pH balance, and drying/curing CERTIFICATION with, ONGOING HELP & SUPPORT: Once you take our seminars, You can always call or email our staff, faculty or instructors if you want further assistance, we’ll do our best to answer your questions all for FREE! At the end of the seminar, you’ll walk away with all the knowledge you need to start and operate any type of cannabis business in California, Most Importantly – We give you the Resources Needed to Start 420 College Events Give You a Chance to Reach Out and Meet Others like you who are just getting into the industry. Don’t Know Anyone in the Community, Now You WILL After a 2 Day Event Get To Know Others! Our classes are an excellent place to find like-minded people that are working towards similar goals! Various Alumni Mixers And Resources: get off on the right foot – if it comes together – go out to lunch or make an effort to meet after class for time to meet and greet other seminar attendees.

Dec 02, 2017 12:00 PM

Finding inspiration for your holiday outdoor remodel is easier than ever at a System Pavers Design Center! Join us Saturday, December 2nd at our NorCal Design Center in Union City, CA. as we showcase our full line of Outdoor Living products. Experience the quality craftsmanship of System Pavers outdoor kitchens, built-in barbecue islands, custom outdoor lighting, wide variety of paving stones and much more. Enjoy complimentary lunch, sip on a glass of wine, and get inspired for your outdoor remodel. We’ve also invited a variety of home improvement professionals to help with any remodel needs beyond outdoor living. This is the perfect opportunity to see the latest trends in outdoor living and speak with design professionals about your remodel ideas.   Spots are limited: please RSVP by calling us at (866) 761-7866 or at www.systempavers.com. Outdoor Living Designed Around You®

Nov 28, 2017 7:00 PM

Come out to this info night to learn more about Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Managment Diploma and Degree Programs. Faculty and staff will be on hand to share information on our programs and how an education in this field builds exciting careers. Current students will answer questions on their experiences and how studying in this department offers more than classroom learning. All are welcome to attend this event!Location: Capilano University, North Vancouver Campus, Birch Building, Room B126~ Please RSVP to [email protected]

Dec 02, 2017 9:00 AM

Join us for a morning of habitat restoration! Your work will help increase native plant diversity and improve food and shelter for wildlife. We will start along the trails near Quema Drive, removing invasive purple starthistle. Then, on site 4, we will move fallen branches off site, remove competing plants from the basins of native trees and shrubs, remove invasive plants throughout the site, and sheet mulch part of the site. We may also collect trash and repair, remove, or expand browse protection cages. No experience is necessary. A habitat steward will guide you through the projects along Sabercat Creek in Sabercat Historical Park. When:  Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 9:00am to noon Heavy rain 12 hours prior will cancel or postpone the event. Once registered, look for an email notification of a cancellation/postponement, in case of recent rain.  Who: Volunteers of all ages are welcome! Children under the age of 12 require an accompanying adult.  Mandatory: A signed waiver form is required for each participant. No Waiver, No Participation!!!  This volunteer opportunity will fulfill community service hours. Please bring any forms needed to be signed. Contact Information:  Workday Supervisor: Sabrina Siebert by email or via phone (510-494-4589)  Program Manager: Barbara Silva by email or via phone (510-494-4575) to coordinate larger groups.    Where: Site 4 From the trailhead at Quema Drive, just off of Paseo Padre Parkway in Fremont, CA, walk down the hill (generally south). When the path T’s into the path along the creek, turn left (east). Go through the cattle gate, and site 4 will be to your right (south). Those bringing cars usually park along Quema Drive. For weekday after-school work parties, those coming from Mission San Jose High School could take AC Transit Route 624 to the stop near Paseo Padre Parkway and Quema Drive, but would need to arrange for alternate transportation home. For those coming via BART, you could take AC Transit 212 and 210, or 217 and 210. It looks like the closest stop is at Washington Blvd. and Palm Ave. Please check tripplanner.transit.511.org for further details. * RESTROOMS: A public restroom is located at Old Mission Park, on Ibero Way off of Pine Street. It's advisable to use a restroom before you arrive on site. Provided: Tools and a small supply of thorn gloves (the smallest we have is a small adult size, so kids might prefer another option). Water to refill bottles. Rubbing alcohol or Tecnu. Please bring: A signed waiver form. No waiver, no participation. A reusable water bottle. Outdoor work attire (hats, sunscreen, sturdy closed-toe shoes/boots and long pants and a long-sleeved shirt ). You are welcome to bring your own gloves and tools (please label them). Community service hours forms, if applicable. Printed map to confirm exact site location. Required: All participants must sign a waiver form; minors under 18 years of age must bring a waiver form signed by a parent or legal guardian. A new signed waiver is required for each event. Children 12 or under require an accompanying adult.   Caution: Our sites include some invasive poison hemlock, which is poisonous if eaten, and skin contact with it may result in a rash. There is also a lot of native poison oak around the edges of some sites, and in some cases in areas where we might be walking. Most of it is marked with red-painted stakes. Some sites have native stinging nettle, although most of it is marked with flagging tape, too. Contact with this plant might result in stings and temporary discomfort. It should be possible for those who are sensitive to these plants to avoid them. We will have rubbing alcohol and Tecnu along to remove oils/irritants from poison oak and poison hemlock. Additionally, Site 5 has two very active honeybee hives in/on logs. If you have an allergy to bee stings, it might be wise to bring your epi-pen. The site is very large, so we should be able to have sensitive individuals work on the other side of the site, but it never hurts to be prepared. Pacific Coast ticks have sometimes been found in the park. This tick does not transmit Lyme disease, but we still advise volunteers to check their bodies (especially exposed skin) for ticks after the work day. Most of our restoration sites include somewhat steep slopes that volunteers should be able to walk up and down in order to participate.   There are 5 different restoration sites located along Sabercat Creek. Once you are registered  you will receive a notification of any changes in location or schedule (e.g., due to heavy rain) via an email from Eventbrite. Links: Please check this Eventbrite page for volunteer events hosted by the City of Fremont Environmental Services Please visit our Sabercat Creek Riparian Habitat Restoration Google Site. (We hope to add more info about the native and exotic plants on our restoration sites soon). The Friends of Sabercat Creek Facebook Group is a social forum for those interested in the goings on at Sabercat Creek to share photos, thoughts, and more! City of Fremont Volunteer Opportunities (including Environmental Services)   Schedule of future work days: Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration work parties are scheduled for the 1st Saturday of each month (except November 2017, Sept 2018, and Nov 2018, when it'll be the second Saturday), from 9am-noon. There will be additional work days as needed. We will also be holding occasional creek clean-ups. If you are looking for hours beyond those we offer at Sabercat, there are likely to be work days hosted by the City of Fremont Environmental Services Division at Stiver's Lagoon in Fremont's Central Park, too.   Nov 11, 2017 (2nd Sat - No work day on Nov 4), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site 3 (37°31'36.3"N 121°56'09.8"W [enter into GPS: 37.526747, -121.936060]) & maybe Site 2 (See location descriptions and map in event description above.) https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/habitat-restoration-days-for-sabercat-creek-in-fremont-ca-jan-dec-2017-tickets-37745675331   Dec 2, 2017 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site 4 https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/habitat-restoration-days-for-sabercat-creek-in-fremont-ca-jan-dec-2017-tickets-29058932048   Jan 6, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Feb 3, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA March 3, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA April 7, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA May 5, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA June 2, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA July 7, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Aug 4, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Sept 8, 2018 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Oct 6, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Nov 10, 2018 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Dec 1, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA

Jan 06, 2018 9:00 AM

We will be meeting on the first Saturday of each month (except September and November, when we'll be meeting on the second Saturday). Site locations will be announced as each work day approaches. Join us for a morning of habitat restoration! Your work will help increase native plant diversity and improve food and shelter for wildlife. We plan to remove competing plants from the basins of native trees and shrubs, remove invasive plants throughout the site, and sheet mulch part of the site. We may plant native shrubs, collect trash, and repair, remove, or expand browse protection cages. No experience is necessary. A habitat steward will guide you through the projects along Sabercat Creek in Sabercat Historical Park. When:  Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 9:00am to noon Heavy rain 12 hours prior will cancel or postpone the event. Once registered, look for an email notification of a cancellation/postponement, in case of recent rain.  Who: Volunteers of all ages are welcome! Children under the age of 12 require an accompanying adult.  Mandatory: A signed waiver form is required for each participant. No Waiver, No Participation!!!  This volunteer opportunity will fulfill community service hours. Please bring any forms needed to be signed. Contact Information:  Workday Supervisor: Sabrina Siebert by email or via phone (510-494-4589)  Program Manager: Barbara Silva by email or via phone (510-494-4575) to coordinate larger groups.    Where: To be announced closer to the date * RESTROOMS: A public restroom is located at Old Mission Park, on Ibero Way off of Pine Street. It's advisable to use a restroom before you arrive on site. Provided: Tools and a small supply of thorn gloves (the smallest we have is a small adult size, so kids might prefer another option). Water to refill bottles. Rubbing alcohol or Tecnu. Please bring: A signed waiver form. No waiver, no participation. A reusable water bottle. Outdoor work attire (hats, sunscreen, sturdy closed-toe shoes/boots and long pants and a long-sleeved shirt). You are welcome to bring your own gloves and tools (please label them). Community service hours forms, if applicable. Printed map to confirm exact site location. Required: All participants must sign a waiver form; minors under 18 years of age must bring a waiver form signed by a parent or legal guardian. A new signed waiver is required for each event. Children 12 or under require an accompanying adult.   Caution: Our sites include some invasive poison hemlock, which is poisonous if eaten, and skin contact with it may result in a rash. There is also a lot of native poison oak around the edges of some sites, and in some cases in areas where we might be walking. Most of it is marked with red-painted stakes. Some sites have native stinging nettle, although most of it is marked with flagging tape, too. Contact with this plant might result in stings and temporary discomfort. It should be possible for those who are sensitive to these plants to avoid them. We will have rubbing alcohol and Tecnu along to remove oils/irritants from poison oak and poison hemlock. Additionally, Site 5 has two very active honeybee hives in/on logs. If you have an allergy to bee stings, it might be wise to bring your epi-pen. The site is very large, so we should be able to have sensitive individuals work on the other side of the site, but it never hurts to be prepared. Pacific Coast ticks have sometimes been found in the park. This tick does not transmit Lyme disease, but we still advise volunteers to check their bodies (especially exposed skin) for ticks after the work day. Most of our restoration sites include somewhat steep slopes that volunteers should be able to walk up and down in order to participate.   There are 5 different restoration sites located along Sabercat Creek. Once you are registered you will receive a notification of any changes in location or schedule (e.g., due to heavy rain) via an email from Eventbrite. Links: Please check this Eventbrite page for volunteer events hosted by the City of Fremont Environmental Services Please visit our Sabercat Creek Riparian Habitat Restoration Google Site. (We hope to add more info about the native and exotic plants on our restoration sites soon). The Friends of Sabercat Creek Facebook Group is a social forum for those interested in the goings on at Sabercat Creek to share photos, thoughts, and more! City of Fremont Volunteer Opportunities (including Environmental Services)   Schedule of future work days: Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration work parties are scheduled for the 1st Saturday of each month (except November 2017, Sept 2018, and Nov 2018, when it'll be the second Saturday), from 9am-noon. There will be additional work days as needed. We will also be holding occasional creek clean-ups. If you are looking for hours beyond those we offer at Sabercat, there are likely to be work days hosted by the City of Fremont Environmental Services Division at Stiver's Lagoon in Fremont's Central Park, too.   Nov 11, 2017 (2nd Sat - No work day on Nov 4), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site 3 (37°31'36.3"N 121°56'09.8"W [enter into GPS: 37.526747, -121.936060]) & maybe Site 2 (See location descriptions and map in event description above.) https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/habitat-restoration-days-for-sabercat-creek-in-fremont-ca-jan-dec-2017-tickets-37745675331   Dec 2, 2017 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site 4 https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/habitat-restoration-days-for-sabercat-creek-in-fremont-ca-jan-dec-2017-tickets-29058932048 Jan 6, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Feb 3, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA March 3, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA April 7, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA May 5, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA June 2, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA July 7, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Aug 4, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Sept 8, 2018 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Oct 6, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Nov 10, 2018 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Dec 1, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA

Jan 17, 2018 9:00 AM

New to Jobvite? Looking to get educated on Jobvite Hire, our Applicant Tracking System? Spend a day with us and become the Jobvite resource for your organization.   This comprehensive training sesion is intended for Jobvite Hire Administrators. Training Agenda Topics:  Understand roles in Jobvite Customize configuration Automate forms, communications, and offer letters Increase employee engagement Social Recruiting Explore new features Optimize your Jobvite instance  Techniques for building key reports Question and answer roundtable   When: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 Where: Jobvite - 1300 S El Camino Real, Suite 400, San Mateo, CA, 94402 *Guest parking available in the outdoor lot *Lunch, coffee, and snacks provided *Please don't forget to bring your laptop! Registration: $495 per person - register 3 people at your company and save 15%, or bring a buddy and save 10%     *Please Note: Boot Camp Training events could be canceled due to low enrollment or other factors. In the unlikely event that a cancelation does occur, we will refund your Boot Camp ticket purchase and provide a seat at a future Boot Camp event.

Mar 23, 2018 10:00 AM

Dear Feng Shui Enthusiast, Join Alina Cruz from the International Feng Shui School for the Feng Shui Master Certification Training, in beautiful San Diego, California. This Certification Training will be held 6 consecutive days from March 23 - March 28, 2018. During this time you will learn how to become a professional Feng Shui consultant. The training includes recieveing the compass, a 300+ page manual and all the resources needed to get your business up and running The potential market for Feng Shui services is massive and growing. Feng Shui is unique in that every residence and business can benefit from it. Now more than ever, people are seeking the ancient art of Feng Shui to bring abundance, growth and to give them that competitive edge. This training builds a solid foundation for a Feng Shui practitioner by revealing its underlying theories. You will develop the profound ability to analyze the unique “energy blueprint” of a business or home to reveal its past, present and future potential. What you gain from attending the Feng Shui Master Training: This class is a wonderful investment in that it costs much less than hiring a feng shui consultant, whether for your present home or when moving, remodeling, building or helping family members You will be part of the International Feng Shui School alumni/family with continuing education classes and on-line support, with all the previous graduates sharing there knowledge and experience. You will receive a free listing on the International Feng Shui School web site. You will receive all the resources from from A- Z on how to start your own business, including web designers, business coaches, how to register your domain name, how to write a proposal, how to market your business, and much more. This class will be fun, empowering and will allow you to meet amazing people and create lifelong friendships. You will receive a certificate of completion from the International Feng Shui School upon completing three case studies and on completion of the training, you will have the level of confidence needed to go out into the world and help improve people's lives while earning a fantastic living.  Our teachers are Feng Shui consultants, with extensive experience, trained directly by Amanda Collins, who has studied with leading Feng Shui Masters all over the world, taken numerous trainings, and runs a successful business Feng Shui consulting for a large client base, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to thousands of residential clients for the past decade. Ultimately, this Feng Shui course will help you become the master of your own life. Improve health, family, love, creativity and prosperity in your life and the lives of others Being a Feng Shui Consultant is one of the most rewarding and personally fulfilling professions really making a difference to people’s lives. Being conscious of your environment, making sure your home is a reflection of what you would like to manifest in your life. This Feng Shui training will be one of the best investments you will ever make - not just of financial benefit, but an investment in you - knowledge you will have and use for life. The classical Feng Shui methods in this training have their basis in natural science and ancient systems that have worked for over 6000 years. You will develop confidence, intuition and understanding to enhance your own life, as well as the lives of others. You will learn all the necessary skills for success in the growing market for Feng Shui consultants You will learn how to pick the perfect home for yourself or a client, whether buying or renting a house or an apartment; in addition, you will know how to build or remodel a house with amazing Feng Shui. You will receive on-going support when working with large or complex projects. You will learn how to run a successful business. If you feel a desire and calling to learn more about Feng Shui and to help people, this can be a most rewarding and fun career. There are so many amazing opportunities from Feng Shui for large corporations to residential Feng Shui consultations; consultations for celebrities' homes; writing Feng Shui books; doing a Feng Shui TV show; creating a line of Feng Shui DVD’s or CD’s; teaching; Feng Shui product development; opening an online store or a retail store; and even franchising. Training Outline:Day 1 - Beginning Classical Feng Shui, History of Feng Shui, 5 Elements, 8 TrigramsDay 2 - Intermediate Classical Feng Shui, Flying Stars, Form School Feng Shui, Indoor & Outdoor Elemental RemediesDay 3 - Advanced Classical Feng Shui, Floor Plans, Landscaping with Feng Shui, Case StudiesDay 4 - Business Feng Shui, Feng Shui for Love, EMF’s, Case StudiesDay 5 - Feng Shui and Artwork & Color Theory, Feng Shui for Fertility & Nursery, Clutter Clearing, Case StudiesDay 6 - Space Clearing, Home Blessings, Feng Shui and Real Estate, Living a Greener Life, Creating Altars and Vision Boards, Starting Your Feng Shui Business Feng Shui Master Training Pricing: Early Bird discount pricing for this event is $1,795. Monthly payment plans are available, with total registration fee due prior to beginning of training - Email [email protected] or call Alina Cruz 619-808-1415 for details. A non-refundable depsosit of $250 will save your space and the early bird discount price. Refer a friend who takes the training and receive a $100 discount. The training will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily.

Dec 07, 2017 6:00 PM

Join us at Cabela's Winnipeg as we celebrate youth hunts in Manitoba! Bring your family down to Cabela's for an evening of educational fun. To celebrate this event, we're giving your kids the chance to brag about their trophies. On your way to the store, grab a picture of your kid with their greatest trophy so we can place it on our brag board for the night for everyone to see. Prizes will be given out to the best trophy! Please place your child's name on the back of the photo and phone number we can reach you at if you are the winner. Not only are we showcasing your kids greatest hunting achievements, we've got some activities that they can do around the store! -'Braggin' Rights' Brag Board hosted by Cabela's Winnipeg Outfitters-Travel Manitoba: Master Hunt Program Booth-Taxidermy Your Trophy with Darren Shipp at Wild North Taxidermy-Hunting Companions with Manitoba Gun Dogs-Calling All Trophies with Dan and Adam Wilson (Calling seminar)-Ready, Aim, Shoot! Hosted by Cabela's Archery Range Outfitters-WAAM: Walleye Anglers Association of Manitoba Information Booth-Taste Testers Needed! - Try out some of our delicious Cabela's treats We're still booking more activities for the evening. Check back in the near future to see what we have confirmed! Make sure to donate to our Outdoor Fund when checking out at the tills. The money donated goes to local organizations to give back to the outdoor community! If you have any questions, please email Brianne at [email protected] Hope to see you there!

Nov 30, 2017 3:30 PM

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR A LANDSCAPE LIGHTING DESIGN WORKSHOP IN 2018 THAT WILL INCLUDE THIS TOPIC! Dark Sky Landscape Lighting: Reducing Night Sky Pollution At this MEMBERS ONLY EVENT you will learn about landscape lighting techniques & fixtures that minimize glare, reduce light trespass and don’t pollute the night sky. More details to come. This program = 1.5 APLD CEUs For more information about Dark Sky visit the International Dark-Sky Association website. Modern society requires outdoor lighting for a variety of needs, including safety and commerce. IDA recognizes this but advocates that any required lighting be used wisely. To minimize the harmful effects of light pollution, lighting should Only be on when needed Only light the area that needs it Be no brighter than necessary Minimize blue light emissions Be fully shielded (pointing downward) About the APLD Bay Area District Speaker Series: Experts share their knowledge on a particular topic in a lecture format with general board announcements before and networking opportunities before and after. Online registration required. Avoid a little rush hour traffic... ...and come early and visit a few APLD CA sponsors in the general area: Lyngso Building Materials -345 Shoreway Rd, San Carlos  Peninsula Building Materials Showroom: 2490 Charleston Rd., Mountain View Pacific Nurseries- 2499 Hillside Blvd, Colma The Urban Farmer Store -2833 Vicente St, San Francisco Ewing Irrigation - 900 Industrial Rd, San Carlos & 866 S McGlincy Ln, Campbell ...check out other interesting things in the general area: Elizabeth Gamble Garden- 1431 Waverley St, Palo Alto Filoli Estate Garden- 86 Cañada Road, Woodside, CA 94062 Hakone Estate & Gardens - 21000 Big Basin Way, Saratoga ...stay late for a bite at a Palo Alto eatery: Cafe Brioche - 445 California Ave, PA Celia’s - 3740 El Camino, PA The Green Elephant - 3950 Middlefield, PA Il Fornaio - 520 Cowper, PA Indochine - 2710 Middlefield, PA Joanie’s - 405 California Ave, PA Mike’s - 2600 Middlefield, PA Osteria - 247 Hamilton, PA Reposado - 236 Hamilton, PA

Apr 29, 2018 4:00 PM

Ottawa, Welcome to Soiree! This late evening spring season event will feature outdoor art film screening, lights & garden theme decor. An elegant 4 course meal, wine & champagne served to you under the shelter of our weather protective Garden Domes. A Garden Dome reservation allows you to attend this event with minimum 3 to a max of 4 other friends. Food, champagne and wine sold seperately! Upon purchase, you will recieve a private email link to our online menu. You and your guests must each complete your menu order on or before MARCH 30th! Please arrive 30mins before your April 29th, 4PM reservation. Email [email protected] with any inquiries.  www.dinner4four.ca/soiree