Aug 09, 2018 3:00 PM

An Adventure Camp For Grown-Ups Think of this as a summer camp for grown-ups who love the outdoors! But instead of camp counselors, you and your friends will have expert guides and pro athletes showing you the ropes. Plus complimentary meals and nightly socials, open bars, fire pits, and live music. All expert instruction, classes, and gear for activities are included too. All you have to do is show up, relax, and have fun! THIS IS A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND OUTDOOR EVENTJoin us as early as Thursday afternoon to check-in, get settled, and unwind under the stars. Your next three days will be spent on the trail, climbing rocks, playing on the water, learning new skills, making new friends, listening to music, and relaxing by the campfire. Your schedule can be as full or as mellow as you like, and is 100% customizable based on your interests and skill level.  YOU'RE IN FOR 3-DAYS OF PURE OUTDOOR FUNWe are committed to making the outdoors easier to access than ever, and we have curated an immersive experience that is convenient, encouraging, and just plain fun. Think of this as a summer camp for grown-ups who love the outdoors...but instead of camp counselors, you'll have expert guides and pro athletes teaching you all of the outdoor activities and skills that you've always dreamt about. Plus complimentary meals and nightly open bars, fire pits, and live music. All expert instruction, classes, and gear for activities are included too. All you have to do is show up and have fun! WHAT TO EXPECT: ACTIVITIES AND FIELD SESSIONSIntroductory and intermediate classes for all of the activities you've always wanted to try.This is not a demo-day! You'll be in small groups (think low Guide:Participant ratios) receiving expert instruction.Our partners provide all of the required equipment! WHAT TO EXPECT: FOOD, DRINKS, CAMPING, AND MUSICAll of your meals, beer, wine, cocktails, and coffee are included!And each night you'll enjoy live music, fire pits, and s'mores. PRETTY EPIC, RIGHT?If you're looking for an escape into the outdoors with like-minded adventurers, look no further. REGISTRATION INFOEach price level is available in a limited quantity. Once the allotment of the given price level is sold out, tickets will move to the next higher price level until the event sells out.  1) Register for a 3-Day or 1-Day Pursuit Pass2) Choose your camping, glamping, or lodging option 3) Start building out your personalized weekend schedule Upon registration, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite, Pursuit’s ticketing partner. Important: if you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you can't find it there either, click here to access the Eventbrite help center.  All sales are final and the event is rain or shine. By purchasing this ticket you accept the terms and conditions. Soon it’ll be time to start building your custom calendar of activities for the Pursuit weekend. There are hundreds of activities and educational experiences to choose from as you build your custom calendar, with more to be added as we approach event weekend, so check back often. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email us at [email protected] #EVERYONEOUTSIDE * Pursuit Bear Valley is an equal opportunity provider and is operating under a special use permit with the Stanislaus National Forest. 

Aug 05, 2018 9:30 AM

This is a Free Outdoor Bootcamp class lead by a Certified Fitness Instructor.   Please bring water and yoga mat.  Space is limited.  Prize to be won for those attending all 4 classes.   !! KINDLY PLEASE PARK EITHER AT ST. ANGELA MERICI SCHOOL'S PARKING LOT OR CHRIS HATFIELD SCHOOL'S PARKING LOT AND WALK TO ALAN KUZMICH PARK TO JOIN THE CLASS!!    FAQs   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Your answer goes here  Parking is at St. Angel Merici Catholic School parking lot or Christ Hatfield Public School parking lot.  How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Your answer goes here  Please email us at [email protected]  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Your answer goes here  Yes, printed ticket or copy on your phone would be preferred as space is limited.  

Sep 21, 2018 10:00 AM

Overview This workshop is suitable for teachers, educators and artists working in schools who are keen to explore new ideas for outdoor arts activities. To help attendees with Welsh language development, keywords and phrases will be taught in context throughout the day.  You will gain a range of activities and games that incorporate art and movement, which can be used to deliver other aspects of the school curriculum such as literacy and numeracy. All the activities will be inspired by the history and impact of the location – the Transporter Bridge in Newport – as a way to demonstrate how you can use place to initiate creative learning. This event is delivered in partnership with Newport Museums and Heritage Service. Important note: Please go to the Waterloo Hotel on arrival for registration, tea and coffee.  Facilitators Kate Verity is a community artist who has 20 years of experience working in schools, and with all ages and abilities at community events and festivals. She is also one of the network’s Arts Champions – professional educators who champion the work of the regional networks and are available for free mentoring sessions for teachers.  Bethan Ryland is a dance and drama facilitator and has set up Pili Pala Arts Wales, delivering high quality arts sessions to individuals and community groups. She has 11 years experience working in schools to deliver PPA sessions and afterschool clubs, as well as involvement in Lead Creative Schools projects. She teaches drama at USW and Newman University, Birmingham. Who Can Attend? Teachers (including HLTAs and TAs) and educators from creative or cultural organisations who work in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport or Torfaen Artists who live in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport or Torfaen We Pay For Cover  To help teachers take advantage of our professional development opportunities, the network can contribute up to £100 to the cost of supply cover. There is such a thing as a free lunch! We provide refreshments and lunch for full-day workshops, and refreshments for half-day and twilight workshops. Please let us know any allergies or dietary requirements when booking.  Who funds us? We are funded by Arts Council of Wales in partnership with Welsh Government, as part of Creative Learning through the Arts – an Action Plan for Wales. The scheme puts ‘creativity and the arts at the heart of learning’ and aims to:   Improve attainment through creativity   Increase and improve arts experience and opportunities in schools   Deliver on the three education priorities: improving literacy, numeracy, and reducing the impact of disadvantage   Support teachers and arts practitioners in developing their skills   Find out more: https://hwb.gov.wales/creativity Celfyddyd Gyflym yn yr Awyr Agored Dydd Gwener 21ain Medi Pont Gludo / Gwesty Waterloo, Casnewydd 10yb – 3yp   Trosolwg Mae’r gweithdy hwn yn addas i athrawon, addysgwyr ac arlunwyr sy’n gweithio mewn ysgolion ac yn awyddus i archwilio syniadau newydd ar gyfer gweithgareddau celfyddydol yn yr awyr agored. I gynorthwyo mynychwyr gyda datblygiad yr iaith Gymraeg, addysgir geiriau allweddol ac ymadroddion mewn cyd-destun trwy gydol y diwrnod. Byddwch yn gwneud ystod o weithgareddau a gemau sy’n ymgorffori celfyddyd a symudiad, a ellir ei ddefnyddio i gyflwyno elfennau eraill o gwricwlwm yr ysgol megis llythrennedd a rhifedd. Ysbrydolir y gweithgareddau newydd gan hanes ac effaith y lleoliad – y Bont Gludo yng Nghasnewydd – fel ffordd o arddangos sut y gallwch ddefnyddio lleoliad i ysgogi dysgu creadigol. Cyflwynir y digwyddiad hwn mewn partneriaeth â Gwasanaeth Amgueddfeydd a Threftadaeth Casnewydd. Nodyn pwysig: Ewch i Westy Waterloo wrth gyrraedd am gofrestru, te a choffi. Hwylusydd Mae Kate Verity yn arlunydd cymunedol sydd â 19 mlynedd o brofiad o weithio mewn ysgolion, a phrofiad o weithio gyda phobl o bob oedran a gallu mewn digwyddiadau a gwyliau cymunedol. Mae hi hefyd yn un o Bencampwyr Celfyddydol y rhwydwaith – addysgwyr proffesiynol sy’n hyrwyddo gwaith y rhwydweithiau rhanbarthol ac mae hi ar gael am sesiynau mentora am ddim i’r athrawon. Mae Beth Ryland yn hwylusydd dawns a drama ac wedi sefydlu Pili Pala Arts Wales, sy’n cyflwyno sesiynau celfyddydol o safon uchel i unigolion a grwpiau cymunedol. Mae ganddi 11 mlynedd o brofiad o weithio mewn ysgolion i gyflwyno sesiynau a chlybiau PPA ar ôl ysgol, yn ogystal â chymryd rhan mewn prosiectau Ysgolion Creadigol Arweiniol. Mae’n dysgu drama ym Mhrifysgol De Cymru a Phrifysgol Newman, Birmingham. Pwy sy’n cael mynychu?   Athrawon (gan gynnwys CALU a CA) ac addysgwyr o sefydliadau creadigol neu ddiwylliannol sy’n gweithio ym Mlaenau Gwent, Caerffili, Sir Fynwy, Casnewydd neu Dorfaen.   Arlunwyr sy’n byw ym Mlaenau Gwent, Caerffili, Sir Fynwy, Casnewydd neu Dorfaen.   Rydym yn talu am athrawon cyflenwi Er mwyn cynorthwyo athrawon i fanteisio ar ein cyfleoedd i ddatblygu’n broffesiynol, gall Rhwydwaith Celfyddydau ac Addysg: De Ddwyrain Cymru gyfrannu hyd at £100 tuag at gostau cyflenwi.   Mae’r fath beth â chinio am ddim! Darparwn luniaeth a chinio am weithdai diwrnod llawn, a lluniaeth am weithdai hanner diwrnod a gyda’r nosau. Os oes gennych unrhyw alergeddau neu ofynion dietegol, gadewch i ni wybod wrth i chi archebu eich lle. Pwy sy’n ein hariannu? Cawn ein hariannu gan Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru mewn partneriaeth â Llywodraeth Cymru, fel rhan o Ddysgu Creadigol drwy’r Celfyddydau – Cynllun Gweithredu ar gyfer Cymru. Rhodda’r cynllun ‘greadigrwydd a’r celfyddydau wrth galon dysgu’ gan geisio:   Gwella cyrhaeddiad drwy greadigrwydd   Cynyddu a gwella profiad a chyfleoedd celfyddydol mewn ysgolion   Cyflwyno ar draws y tair blaenoriaeth addysgol: gwella llythrennedd, rhifedd, a lleihau effaith anfantais   Cefnogi athrawon ac ymarferwyr celfyddydol wrth ddatblygu eu sgiliau   Dysgwch fwy:  https://hwb.gov.wales/creativity

Jul 21, 2018 2:30 PM

Discover Montreal and stroll through history in the heart of three emblematic neighbourhoods downtown: the Golden Square Mile, Milton Park and Ville-Marie. ______ When? Tuesdays and Saturdays, from June 9 to September 29, 2018 Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in English and at 2:30 p.m. in FrenchSaturday at 10:30 a.m. in French and at 2:30 p.m. in English Where? Downtown, in the Golden Square Mile, Milton Park and Ville-Marie ______ INFORMATION ON TOURS: NEW! - TOUR 1 "VILLE-MARIE: MONTREAL'S BUSINESS DISTRICT"  Saturday, June 9, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English Tuesday, July 17, 2018: 10:30 a.m. in English Saturday, July 21, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English Tuesday, August 28, 2018: 10:30 a.m. in English Saturday, September 1, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English Saturday, September 29, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English TOUR 2 “THE PRESTIGIOUS GOLDEN SQUARE MILE, YESTERDAY AND TODAY” Tuesday, June 19, 2018: 10:30 a.m. in English Saturday, June 23, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English Tuesday, July 31, 2018: 10:30 a.m. in English Saturday, August 4, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English Saturday, September 8, 2018: 10:30 a.m. in English Saturday, September 15, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English TOUR 3 “THE RESCUE OF AN EMBLEMATIC NEIGHBOURHOOD: MILTON PARK” Tuesday, July 3, 2018: 10:30 a.m. in English Saturday, July 7, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English Tuesday, August 14, 2018: 10:30 a.m. in English Saturday, August 18, 2018: 2:30 p.m. in English More information about the outdoor tours Billets pour les Promenades historiques extérieures en français disponibles ici ______ Those historic outdoor tours are free for the Museum Members. Are you a Museum Member? Reserve your place by choosing the McCord Museum Members' price.Become a Member today! Members can attend many activities for free and enjoy enjoy many other privileges. *Access to the Historic Outdoor Tour upon presentation of the Member card AND of the ticket for the visit (date and time). ______ Access to the Museum The ticket for the Historic Outdoor Tours does not include access to the Museum current exhibitions. To visit the exhibitions, you can purchase the Combo guided tour + access to the Museum ticket, which will give you access to the McCord Museum along with the Stewart Museum as a bonus! ADMISSION FEES (TAXES NOT INCLUDED) Outdoor Guided Tour Only Adult: $22 Senior: $20 Children 6-7: $12.25 Children 5 and under: free Museum Members: $4.25* Family: $54** Combo guided tour + access to the Museum Adult: $31 Senior: $28 Children 13-17: $18 Children 6-12: $12.25 Children 5 and under: free Museum Members: $4.25* Family: $77** Prices are rounded to the nearest dollar. *Access to the Historic Outdoor Tour upon presentation of the Member card AND of the ticket for the visit (date and time). More information at 514-861-6701, ext. 1202 or by email: [email protected] **2 adults and 3 children (ages 17 and under) or 1 adult and 4 children (ages 17 and under) Meeting point: the entrance hall of the McCord Museum, a few minutes before the time of the tour. GENERAL CONDITIONS Cancellations: possibility of cancelling up to 48 hours before the selected event. After 48 hours, non-refundable and non-transferable. Outdoor visits will go forward despite weather conditions. The Museum holds the rights to cancel any visit. If a visit is cancelled, the tickets will be refunded or tranfered to a different date.

Aug 18, 2018 1:00 PM

If you love sampling good beer and spending time outdoors, this event is for you! Enjoy walking the one mile, partially wooded trail, at beautiful Fel-Pro RRR Conservation Area while visiting various regional brewers along the way. Occasionally stop for a snack break at a food truck. Maybe play a quick game of bags, some outdoor sand volleyball, or even a pickup basketball game. Listen to some live musical entertainment by the River Valley Rangers Band and visit with the outdoor recreation vendors too.  $45 per person comes with a commemorative glass and beer tastes from each brewer $15 designated driver tickets will be available and include free water and soda The trail is paved and wheelchair accessible.  You must be 21 or older to attend; the site will be closed to all others during the hours of the event. For more information and participating breweries, please visit the events page on the Conservation District’s website www.MCCDistrict.org. 2017 Participating Breweries (check back this summer for 2018 breweries) Aleman Brewing Company - Chicago, IL Blakes Hard Cider Co. - Armada, MI Brickstone Brewery - Bourbonnais, IL Chain O'Lakes Brewing - McHenry, ILChurch Street Brewing - Itasca, IL Crystal Lake Brewing - Crystal Lake, IL Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, DE Emmett's Brewing Co. - Palatine, IL Finch Beer Co - Chicago, IL Firestone Walker Brewing Co. - Paso Robles, CA Hopothesis Beer Co. - Chicago, IL Lakefront Brewery - Milwaukee, WI Prairie Krafts Brewing Co - Buffalo Grove, IL Revolution Brewing - Chicago, IL Right Bee Cider - Chicago, IL Scorched Earth Brewing - Algonquin, IL Tighthead Brewing Co. - Mundelein, IL Wild Onion Brewing - Lake Barrington, IL

Oct 20, 2018 3:00 PM

Back for its 12th year, McDonald’s 2018 Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour (ICGT) appeals to a wide range of gospel music lovers with a FREE and unforgettable music experience for the entire family. This year’s lineup of award-winning talent includes Deitrick Haddon, Donald Lawrence, Ricky Dillard, JJ Hairston, LéAndria Johnson, Todd Dulaney and Canton Jones. Radio personality Lonnie Hunter resumes hosting duties. Tickets are not needed for this outdoor festival. JUST SHOW UP! Space is limited.   FAQs Since the event is FREE, do I still need a ticket to attend the concert? No ticket is needed for this outdoor family festival. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Feel free to contact the concert producer at [email protected]

Jun 17, 2018 10:30 AM

  2018 Summer Season Registration Details: What: 11 vs 11 outdoor soccer league. 90-minute games. We use a three referee system (1 central referee + 2 linesmen). Referees are TSA and OSA certified. When: The season will run from June 17th to September 30th (we are starting after Ramadan Inshallah). Games will be played on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM. We will have 10 weeks of regular season and 3-4 weeks of playoffs. Where: Eglinton Flats Fields - Jane/Eglinton ("Premier Level" fields - the highest quality fields available in Toronto) Cost: Team registration will be $2100 (for up to 20 players - additional players are $50/player) up until March 31st, 2018. Team registration after April 1st will be $2200/team (for up to 20 players - additional players are $50/player). Please note that team registration is available on a first come first serve basis and that team spots are limited to 8 for the 2018 season. Individual registration will be $125 for early registration (up until March 31st) or $140 for late registration. Registration costs include all referee fees. Registration fees do not include equipment or jerseys. Players/teams are to arrange this themselves. ** Please note that we are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization. We plan the season (referees, field bookings and other non-refundable costs) based on the number of individuals/ teams signed up. Unfortunately, we are therefore unable to offer any refunds. ** How to register: Individual registration costs will be done through the Facebook event page or through Eventbrite (www.msltoronto.eventbrite.ca). For team registration, please contact the board at [email protected] Payments for team registration can be made via e-transfer to [email protected] For inquiries or further information please visit the league website athttp://www.msltoronto.ca/ or contact the board via email at [email protected] Feel free to also visit our Facebook page athttp://www.facebook.com/msltoronto for the latest registration and other season updates! Thanks!      

Aug 11, 2018 7:00 PM

We are back for our 3rd year of outdoor summer entertainment! Join us again for a movie under the stars. Oceanvale Mortgage & Finance with the Nanaimo Foundation present “Starlight Movie Night 3!!” Everyone is welcome to the Country Club Parking lot on Saturday, August 11th for music, prizes, a bouncy castle, complimentary snacks, and our favorite animated movie of the year, Dinsey's Coco! Our last two years have been such a huge success with so many happy attendees that we had to do it again. Here’s a glimpse of the 2017 event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bx6P4a7TX9k We will have complimentary Pepsi products, freezies, popcorn, and some BBQ snacks for the kids prepared by Original Joe’s!  Entry is FREE and starts at 7:00 pm with the movie beginning at dusk – approximately 9:00 pm. Every attendee gets a raffle ticket and we will be giving away prizes throughout the evening before the show starts.  Speaking of prizes, we will be giving away a $150 Cash Visa and a Family Movie Pack to Galaxy Cinemas to the lucky attendee that does the following on our Facebook event page: Clicks "Going" Likes Oceanvale Mortgage & Finance's Facebook page Shares this event Comments that they have done everything and tags 2 friends ***Bonus Draw*** - Register your attendance here on Eventbrite and be entered into a draw to win an ADDITIONAL $100 Cash Visa Card! Bring a chair or a blanket and get a great seat. Watching a movie under the stars is one of the best summer experiences and we can’t wait to host our community for the 3rd year in a row.  We will be highlighting The Nanaimo Foundation again and all the wonderful things that they do. Operating for over 35 years now, they have been providing funds for charitable causes and making a major difference in our beautiful hometown. Take a look at their website here - http://www.nanaimofoundation.com/ This year’s group of sponsors are the reason you can leave your wallet at home – no money is needed at our event as everything you will be experiencing will be 100% complementary (with the exception of donations for popcorn). It’s our way of showing our appreciation to the people of Nanaimo – the ones that make our city so great and support all of our businesses.  Our tremendous sponsors include: Our host, Country Club Centre – countryclubcentre.com Harris Mazda – harrismazda.ca Infinity Law – infinity-law.com Pepsico Nanaimo - pepsico.ca MattScheibel.com Realtor – mattscheibel.com Kal Tire - kaltire.com Original Joe’s - originaljoes.ca Jahelka Real Estate Group - jahelkarealestategroup.com First National Financial LP - firstnational.ca It will be another memorable evening so tell your friends and family! See you there! - Team Oceanvale

Aug 04, 2018 10:00 AM

Wind & Waves Outdoor Eco Festival Wind & Waves Outdoor Eco Festival is taking place this year from the 4th - 6th August at Windmill Lake Wake & Eco Park just outside Bayfield, Ontario. Home to the annual Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition, join us for a long weekend of sunshine, great food and drink, amazing riding and good times! What's up that weekend? Watch our annual International Wakeboarding Competition with riders from all over North America Learn to Wakeboard or just buy some time to ride on our Beginner Cable Get out on the lake with our Stand Up Paddleboards, Canoes, Kayaks & Pedal Boats Eat and drink your way to happiness with our daily Beer Garden, Food Trucks & other vendors Shop at our local Vendors Market - with snacks, coffee, clothes and more! Chill out in the sun to our daily DJ Music & win some goodies with our daily giveaways Dance like no one is watching at our live music concert: Saturday 7pm - 11pm  Live Music: Ivory Hours, Lost in Japan, Averages, Mountain of Wolves, Anela and the Early Hours Additional activities to be announced! Day Passes & Weekend Passes Available!  *$5 off all activities for people with Day Passes & $10 off all activities for people with Weekend Passes* Looking forward to hanging out with you that weekend! The WLW Team     FAQs   How much does it cost to attend Wind & Waves Outdoor Eco Festival? Day Passes Saturday 4th August: $20 + tax Includes full day entry from 10am – 11pm Includes $5 discount on Windmill Lake activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Beginner & Intermediate Heats/Finals as well as Advanced & Open Heats! Includes ticket to evening concert featuring Ivory Hours, Lost in Japan, Averages, Mountain of Wolves, Anela and the Early Hours (Folk & Indie)  Sunday 5th August: $15 + tax Includes full day entry to the festival from 10am – 8pm Includes $5 discount on activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Open Heats & Finals, Pro Heats! Includes ticket to evening concert featuring the Dreamsters Union opening for The Nicest (Rap & Hip Hop) Monday 6th August: $10 + tax  Includes full day entry from 10am – 8pm Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Pro Finals! Includes $5 discount on Windmill Lake activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating   Weekend Pass Saturday 4th – Monday 6th August: $35 + tax (value $45) Includes full day entry on all three days of the festival Includes $10 discount on activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Open & Pro Categories! Includes tickets to all evening concerts: Ivory Hours featuring Rhapsody Rebelz & Gypsy Ghosts on Saturday and The Nicest featuring Dreamsters Union on Sunday   How do I buy my ticket?  We are selling all tickets for the event through Eventbrite. Day Passes  Saturday 4th August: $20 + tax Sunday 5th August: $15 + tax Monday 6th August: $10 + tax Weekend Passes Saturday 4th August - Monday 6th August: $35 + tax   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? There are no minimum age requirements to enter the event. Wristbands will be provided to all attendees at the entrance. These will be colour coded by day. Age will be checked at the entrance and marked on the wristband. No alcohol will be served to anyone without a marked wristband stating they are 19 years or older. These must be collected at entry to the event and will not be issued after you have entered. Wristbands will only be issued with proof of ticket purchase.   Will alcohol be served? Yes. This is a licensed event. Alcohol will be available for purchase.  Our expectation is that you have a good time but please do not drink and drive. Material will be made available from the Drive Sober, Arrive Alive campaign. Local and on-site accommodations are available so please arrange these if you are going to be consuming alcohol. We reserve the right to refuse service and in the event that your behaviour is deemed inappropriate you may be removed from the festival immediately and for all remaining days without refund. Please enjoy responsibly.   Do I need to buy an extra ticket for the live music on Saturday? The live music concerts are included in the price of the General Admission tickets and the Weekend Pass. There will be no separate tickets sold for the live music concerts – instead just buy a General Admission ticket! See what we did there? It's an awesome deal to just come and hang out the whole day! What can I bring into the event? We are a "Blue Business" and therefore actively discourage the use of plastic bottled water and drinks. As an "Eco Park" and "Eco Festival" we encourage you to think of ways that you can make your visit as close to zero waste a possible. We do not sell bottled water on the property. Instead, there is free water available from two designated water coolers. Please bring your reusable water bottle and help yourself! We have canned drinks (pop, juice and beer) for sale which will be recycled. We also encourage you to practice Leave No Trace principles. This means if you bring things with you that produce garbage or recycling – please put them in the cans provided, or take it with you when you leave. Please DO NOT bring alcohol to this event. You will be able to purchase alcohol within the event but any external alcohol will be confiscated at entry to the Park.  You can of course bring your own food - but we will also have lots of amazing local vendors offering great eats so keep that in mind! Make sure to prepare for long hours in the sun! We of course have some sheltered areas, but for the most part you will be out under the blue sky. Feel free to bring sun umbrellas and sun shades but do be considerate of other spectators and don't set up where you are blocking anyone's view of the event shows.    What are the accommodation options? We have lots of amazing accommodation options around us!  Local Hotels:  Ashwood Inn Deer Park Lodge Oakwood Resort The Little Inn The Secret Garden B&B Camping:  The Old Homestead Pinery Park Windmill Lake (book ahead with limited spots $20/night) There are also lots of cottage rentals and Air BnB rentals around. Have a shop around on the Internet!   Can I camp at Windmill Lake? Yes. We have open field camping on the island (no large trees or picnic tables) Cost of camping is $20/tent per night and can be booked through Eventbrite No vehicles are allowed on the island. There is about a 200m walk in to your camping area Electricity is not available for camping Drinking water is available at designated water cooler stations until 9pm Please do not wash dishes in the lake. Bring your own water jugs for dishwashing/cooking There is not space for overhead tarps – please bring sufficient cover to keep your tent dry in the case of rain There are Portable Toilets on the island with hand washing stations There is a communal fire pit for evening enjoyment and cooking over the fire Fire wood is provided by Windmill Lake Communal BBQ’s are available to all campers for all of your BBQing needs! We request that you do not use these later than 10pm   Are there washrooms at Windmill Lake? Yes! We have portable toilets available with hand washing stations in multiple locations around the Park.   Will there be food & drink at the Festival? Yes, Food trucks will be at the Festival with a variety of options! Please feel free to bring your own picnic!! Be kind to our lake and use the garbage and recycle bins available. We have vending machines with snacks such as Clif Bars, Chocolate Bars & Chips. Pop machines are available with a selection of drinks including: Brisk Ice Tea, Ginger Ale, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi, 7UP, Rockstar etc. There are two water coolers available for you to fill up your reusable water bottle for free!   Can I wakeboard during the festival? Yes, the beginner cable will be open from 2pm on Saturday and all day Sunday and Monday during Festival hours. Beginner lesson are available! Make sure you book your time early in the day to ensure you get time on the cable system as we anticipate it to be busy. You cannot pre-book time on the cable for this weekend. The advanced cable will not be open to the public for the duration of the festival, but feel free to come watch our Rule the Pool competitors ride for the top prize of $2,000 USD! And GUESS WHAT? Day-pass holders will receive $5 OFF wakeboarding and weekend pass holders will receive $10 OFF wakeboarding.   Is this event free for Seasons Pass holders? Unfortunately not. Seasons Pass holders still have to pay entry to the Festival but can book time and ride for free on the Beginner Cable.   Is drinking water available? YES! We have free water cooler stations available for all attendees!  Please bring your refillable water bottle sand keep us plastic free!!   Are there other activities available during the day? Absolutely! Rentals will be available for stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing, kayaking and pedal boating. Also, the beginner cable will be open at designated times for wakeboarding. Make sure that you book your rental/cable time early in the day, we do anticipate it to be busy and we have limited boards and boats. And GUESS WHAT? Day Pass holders will receive $5 off activities and Weekend Pass holders will receive $10 off activities!   What is the cost of other activities at Windmill Lake? Stand-up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating: $30 + tax per hour Wake-boarding: $20 + tax/20mins (excluding rentals) or $50 + tax for a Beginner Lesson Day Pass Holders: $5 off all Windmill Lake Activities! Weekend Pass Holders: $10 off all Windmill Lake Activities!   Can I bring my own SUP board, canoe or kayak? Sure you can! Please note that when your vessel is not in use, it must be stored back in the parking lot at your vehicle unless you are camping, in which case you can leave it near your tent. This will help us to keep the waterfront clear and uncluttered for safe entry and exit on and off the water. There is a 200m walk from the parking lot to the waterfront. Staff will not be available this day to help you, please plan to have help carrying your boat to the water. Thanks!   What time does the Rule the Pool competition kick off? Gates open at 10am for the festival. Registration and rider warm-ups are from 10am-12pm. Competition is set to kick-off around 12pm every day.   RULE THE POOL Wakeboard Competition Full Schedule SATURDAY 4TH AUGUST 10AM – Gates Open & Rider Registration 11AM - Warm Up & Practice 12PM – Beginner Heats & Finals 1PM – Intermediate Heats 2PM – Advanced Heats 3PM – Open Heats 4PM – Intermediate Finals & Prizes 7PM – Live Music 11PM - Gates Close SUNDAY 5TH AUGUST  10AM – Gates Open 11AM - Warm Up & Practice 12PM – Open Finals 2PM – Advanced Finals 3PM – Open & Advanced Prizes 4PM – Pro Heats 9PM - Film Screening MONDAY 6TH AUGUST 10AM – Gates Open 11AM - Warm Up & Practice 12PM – Pro Finals 3PM – Pro Prize Ceremony    When does the live music start? Bands will be going on at 7pm - 11PM on Saturday 4th August Do you accept Cash, VISA, MASTERCARD or Debit for Windmill Lake activities? Yes, we accept all forms of payment except for AMEX and personal cheque. Note that visiting vendors will vary upon what type of payment they accept. If you are travelling from abroad, please note that US dollars will be treated $1-$1 and some credit cards may not be compatible with our system. If in doubt, come prepared. ATMs are available in the village of Bayfield at  Shopbike Coffee Roasters and The Albion Hotel on Main Street.   Is there an ATM on site? No, Windmill Lake does not have an ATM or cash-back options. You will find ATMs in the village of Bayfield at Shopbike Coffee Roasters and The Albion Hotel on Main Street.   How do I get to Windmill Lake? Our address is:  35957 Bayfield River Road RR#2, Ontario, Canada N0M 1G0   Please note when entering our address in to GPS/SatNav it does not take you directly to our site as we are in a rural area and the Postcode covers a large area. You can find a map on our website: www.windmill-lake.ca/contact   From Grand Bend (Travelling South) Drive North on Hwy 21 (Bluewater Highway). You will pass Bayfield, drive over the Bridge. Look for our Ontario sign on the side of the Hwy, turn right on Bayfield River Road (Ashwood Hotel is on the corner). Continue down Bayfield River Road for 4km and you will see us on your right hand side.   From Goderich (Travelling North) Drive South on Hwy 21 (Bluewater Highway). You will see our Ontario sign on the side of the Hwy, turn left on to Bayfield River Road (Ashwood Hotel is on the corner). Continue down Bayfield River Road for 4km and you will see us on your right hand side.   From Toronto (Travelling West) Take Hwy 8 through Stratford and continue on to Clinton. Turn left on to East Street (lights after Tim Hortons). Continue straight over Hwy 4 on to Railway Street and turn left on to Bayfield Road (Hwy 13) over the railroad tracks. Follow Bayfield Road until Parr Line. Turn left on to Parr Line and continue until you see our sign on the road. Turn right on to Bayfield River Road and continue for 3km and you will see us on the left hand side.    Is there parking available? We do have a parking lot on site free of charge. Please park in the designated area as this is private property and the landowners do not want unnecessary damage to the grounds. Our property is located 4km off Highway 21 on Bayfield River Road. It is best reached by car but can also be reached by bike, bus, etc. from surrounding areas. We encourage carpooling and other eco-friendly ways of travelling too :)  We will have shuttles available from the Park to Grand Bend for $10 per person after the concert on Saturday 5th August.   Is the Windmill open for tours? No, unfortunately not.   Is there anything else I should know? This is a family friendly event. With this in mind, please be respectful of the other spectators and festival-goers. We will not allow any rude, inappropriate or dangerous behaviour. We reserve all rights to remove anyone from the event at any time without refund.  Although there will be alcohol sold as part of this event, you should always have a designated driver. Summer fun is only great until something bad happens. Please think ahead and do not drive if you have consumed alcohol, instead arrange alternative transport.    How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Comment Form on the website: www.windmill-lake.ca Email: [email protected] Phone: (519) 524-0636    ------   RIDER Q & A   What does it cost to enter the competition as a rider? If you would like to register as a rider and compete, it is $30/rider. Payment will be accepted through Eventbrite in advance and also accepted in cash on the day at the entrance. Please pre-register by emailing us the following information on [email protected] Information we need: Name Age Where From Wake Park where you normally ride   Riders will have free entry to the Festival for the entire weekend! Includes full day entry on all three days of the festival Includes $10 discount on activities: Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes tickets to the Saturday evening concert   Do Registered Riders camp for free? No, camping is $20/tent per night and there are accommodations available in Bayfield – book early to ensure vacancy.   RIDER GUIDELINES We’re excited to have you ride in our annual wakeboard competition – Rule The Pool! Not sure what category you should be riding in? We’ve got a handy breakdown of how we distinguish skill level so you’re competing against similar riders.   REGISTRATION FEES We charge $30 for registration regardless of category.    CATEGORIES At Windmill Lake we are all about getting out on the water and having fun! From the Beginner division to the Pro, we hope that you will have a great time, make new friends and enjoy some healthy competition. It’s all about growing the sport, so as we are all at different skill levels, we make our divisions based on ability – not age. We have five divisions: 1)    BEGINNER 2)    INTERMEDIATE 3)    ADVANCED 4)    OPEN 5)    PRO The following gives you specifics on what is expected for each division in terms of skills. Please note: we do not separate by gender and we also do not allow air tricks. 1)    BEGINNER Riders that are new to contests and are just starting out. This will take place on the Beginner Cable. Riders in this division will do: -       Flatwater tricks: Ollies & Ollie 180s; -       Features: Small boxes and cheese wedges; -       Grabs, 180s, boardslides & 50-50s; -       NO inverts or 360s are allowed in this division. 2)    INTERMEDIATE Riders in this division have some contest experience and a certain skill set. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders will do: -       Kicker: Basic inverts & spins (scarecrow, tantrum, no spins over 360s); -       Rails: Different variations (front board, 270 on, 270 off, transfer 50-50); -       Riders can choose to ride Bi-level or Lake Only. 3)    ADVANCED Riders in this division will have significant experience and a high-level skill set. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders can perform more than three inverts/spins. Riders must ride the Bi-level. Riders will do: -       Kicker: Unlimited number of inverts & spins (typically 540s + more advanced); -       Rails: Technical tricks and variations are attempted; -       No mobes or spins over 540 are allowed in this division. 4)    OPEN Riders in this division are one step below pro – therefore you will have an extremely high skill-level. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders must ride the Bi-level. The top three from the Open will be given the option to compete in the Pro Division. ANYTHING GOES. 5)    PRO Riders in this division are paid professionals. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders must ride the Bi-level. ANYTHING GOES.   JUDGING CRITERIA 4 Categories: Rails, Kicker, Bi-Level & Overall Impression  Rails: Completion of the whole rail, level of difficulty, style Kicker: Amplitude of the trick, level of difficulty, execution (stomped landing, grabbed, spun of the kicker not partially on it, etc.)  Bi-level: Choice of rail/box/wedge, level of difficulty, execution, style Overall Impression: Use of the course and different features (hitting more difficult rails, fitting more tricks in a pass, etc.), composition (spins, different tricks on rails, etc.), overall execution (sketchy landing vs. stomped, degree of difficulty)    

Aug 22, 2018 3:00 PM

Buy Tickets Here Yogiraj returns to Mount Shasta to share his Experience and impart advanced ancient yogic techniques.   The Benefactor’s retreat specifically provides significant time with Yogiraj in a smaller group. Those who return again and again to meet Yogiraj know that the most valuable part of a retreat is simply being in his presence.  Yogiraj’s constant state of transmission compels the mind to quiet, the heart rate to slow, and the body to still such that one enters a different dimension of consciousness. Attendees of this year’s Benefactor Retreat will enjoy a relaxed program, sharing the simple majesty of Mount Shasta with Yogiraj.  The program will offer attendees the opportunity to meditate with Yogiraj and receive his powerful transmission while doing so. Note: this year, Attendees will focus on a single advanced Yogic technique throughout the Retreat to allow for deeper refinement and synthesis. Attendees will also partake of Mount Shasta’s natural healing elements, amplified by Yogiraj’s presence, during outdoor excursions. There will be formal and informal discourse (Satsang), allowing attendees to present their questions to Yogiraj.  Finally, Yogiraj’s wife, Gurumata, a Yogini in her own right, will meditate with attendees in the Joyous Divine Mother Meditation. The Organizing Team values inclusion and community, and recognizes and respects each person’s desire to come before Yogiraj. These Retreats are private programs, scheduled and structured to ensure maximum benefit to attendees. The Organizers request that all persons conduct themselves in a manner respectful of the programs and of the attendees who have made the effort to participate in the programs. Please know that Yogiraj conducts many events that are free and open to the public. Contact us: Cyndi Burke @ (805) 481-1869 / Malathi Ruppa @ (805) 234- 5964 Email: [email protected] http://www.siddhanath.org

Aug 04, 2018 9:00 AM

Brought to you by the City of Fremont, Environmental Services No experience is necessary. This volunteer opportunity will fulfill community service hours. 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 remove invasive plants and competing plants from basins of native trees and shrubs. When:  Choose your date. We will typically meet on the first or second Saturday of each month. Where:  Exact site locations will be announced prior to the event. See below. Mandatory: A signed waiver form is required for each participant. No Waiver, No Participation! 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. We Provide: Tools Thorn gloves (the smallest we have is adult small, so kids might prefer another option). Water to refill bottles. Please Bring: A signed waiver form. No waiver, no participation. A reusable water bottle. Outdoor work clothes: 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. Map to confirm exact site location. Restrooms are not close. Please use one before you arrive.   Look for a reminder email with the location details. Also find maps at the links below. July 14, 2018 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site 3   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     Site 5 Map & Information Site 4 Map & Information Site 3 Map & Information  ***The July 14th work day will be here!*** "Western Camel Restoration Site" Overview Map showing all City of Fremont habitat restoration sites, nearest restroom and bus stops 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!   FAQs Is there a minimum age requirement to participate?Volunteers of all ages are welcome! Children under the age of 12 require an accompanying adult.  What should I 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. What if it rains?Rain may cancel or postpone the event. If you are registered, check your email for a notification. How do I claim my community service hours?Bring any forms provided by your organization. The work day supervisor will sign forms at the end of the work day. Are there 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. Can I take transit?The nearest bus stops are at the northwest corner of Bryant St. and Pine St. (from the Fremont BART, take AC Transit 212, then 210), and at the northwest corner of Mission Blvd. and Cedar St. (from the Fremont BART, take AC Transit 217). Please check tripplanner.transit.511.org for further details. Are there other volunteer opportunities?City of Fremont Volunteer Opportunities (including Environmental Services) How can I contact the organizer with any questions?Workday Supervisor: Sabrina Siebert email or 510-494-4589 Tuesday and Thursday only  Program Manager: Barbara Silva email or 510-494-4575 to coordinate larger groups. What hazards should I be aware of? Poisonous/ irritating plants (It should be possible for those who are sensitive to these plants to avoid them. We will have rubbing alcohol and Tecnu to remove oils/irritants from poison oak and poison hemlock.): Most 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 sites 3 and 4, 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. Creatures: Site 5 has a very active honeybee hive in a log. If you have an allergy to bee stings, please 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 can transmit 4 other diseases. We 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.

Sep 08, 2018 5:30 PM

Join Us for Free Family Outdoor Movie Night! Saturday, September 8, 2018 at 8:30pm. Gates open at 5:30pm.FREE FOR THE FIRST 1,000 GUESTS The Ranch at Little Hills is excited to invite families to our very first outdoor movie night! Whether you are new to The Ranch at Little Hills or a regular, come join us! Make some new friends and get outdoors for some wholesome fun. Our gates opens at 5:30pm for you to enjoy enjoy the bouncehouse, face painting, music, food, games, etc. until the movie starts. Food will be available for purchase. Why are we doing this? We simply love bringing fun to large groups of people in a safe and family friendly place. We are in the event and wedding business. And who doesn’t love outdoor movies? It’s a lot of fun. Bring your blankets, chairs, and whatever else you need to be comfortable. We are so excited to spend the night with your families, while watching Sherlock Gnomes and relaxing under the stars!!! Feel free to invite friends and family to come along with you. The more, the merrier! We hope to see you all September 8, 2018 at 5:30pm. http://theranchatlittlehills.com/movie 18013 Bollinger Canyon RoadSan Ramon CA 94583 Phone: (925) 837-8158Email: [email protected] Note: No outside food or drinks allowed into the park please. BBQ, snacks, popcorn, beer, wine, and drinks will be available for purchase.