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  • Living History and Entertainment Reign

    Living History and Entertainment Reign

    4:27 PM
    04-01-2016-04-30-2016

    Living History and Entertainment Reign at Historic Apple Valley Inn
    One glimpse inside the main lobby of The Historic Apple Valley Inn and you are instantly transported back in time. The main building of the Historic Apple Valley Inn still stands in the Mojave Desert town of Apple Valley, CA. While it and the Inn’s numerous original bungalows and rooms are home to a unique business park, events center and home of the Apple Valley Legacy Museum.
    In the heyday of the Inn, it was a favorite vacation destination for Hollywood celebrities during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Frequent visitors included notable icons, Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, Richard Nixon and attracted investors Roy Rogers and Dale Evans who loved Apple Valley so much, that they made it their home. People would fly in from all over, land at the air-strip across Highway 18 and get shuttled over to spend some time down time at the Inn doing as little or as much as they like. Known for the delicious steaks it was a real he-man western-style retreat, with horseback riding, golfing, hiking, swimming, drinking and sunning.
    Local recording artists and producers Ray Brooks, Maggie Vee and Nathan Paul took up the invitation to create a throwback night-on-the-town for those seeking an alternative night out experience and developed the “Inn Room – Live Music Series” with shows starting in April 2016.
    One of the event’s producers Maggie Vee states, “We are inviting, not only local residents to check out the entertainment, but anybody, anywhere that has an interest in real western Americana and would like the opportunity to walk into a living museum where the authentic rustic-glam has remained unchanged. Anyone the least bit curious can come, get a glimpse of history and experience it for themselves at a fun and entertaining event.”
    At The Inn Room one event pass gets it all – vendors, food, live music and your chance to belly-up to the historic no-host bar which will be serving during all the live music series events. General info, call (760) 684-9093
    You can purchase your tickets now at www.purplepass.com/theinnroom
    or call 1-800-316-8559. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theinnroom/

  • NO JOKE SPAGHETTI DINNER / SILENT AUCTION

    NO JOKE SPAGHETTI DINNER / SILENT AUCTION

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    04-01-2016
    57090 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Valley, CA 92284, United States

    57090 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Valley, CA 92284, United States

    Get ready! Hope you can attend the spaghetti fundraiser/silent auction/carb loading before first spring leage soccer games. You can help by donating silent auction items, spreading the word, and attending. Location will be Yucca Valley Community Center. $5 Tickets will be sold by spring soccer players or at field during evening practices.
    RSVP optional and ask questions at
    https://www.facebook.com/events/1135465576477789

    Robert and Lina Anderson
    760-401-2665
    Yucca Valley Community Center
    57090 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Valley, CA 92284

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  • Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day!

    Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day!

    9:00 AM-5:00 PM
    04-02-2016

    Come on down to the Joshua Tree Community Center on April 2nd and show your support for all the veterans in the community. We will have Live entertainment, public speakers, a bounce house for the kids and many of our local resources that are available in our community. There will also be a patriotic tattoo contest hosted by some of our best tattoo artists, a chili cook off and a raffle with some really great prizes to include a $200 gift certificate to Smokin’ Gunz Tattoo! We are still seeking entrants into the chili cook off, so if you want to test your metal, call Matt or Sherrie at (760) 228-9657 M-F 9-5 to register!

    Welcome Home Heroes Project Inc.
    760-228-9657
    mcast@pacificclinics.org

    Joshua Tree Community Center
    6171 Sunburst St. Joshua Tree, CA 92252

  • LIGHT IT UP BLUE

    LIGHT IT UP BLUE

    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    04-02-2016

    We would like to invite EVERYONE to join us for a community celebration and fundraiser to support the Autism Department at Yucca Mesa Elementary School.When: Saturday April 2nd, 2016 2:00-4:00pm

    Yucca Bowl in Yucca Valley

    $20 for 3 games for adults
    $10 for 3 games for kids

    **Shoes are included!**

    Snacks and water will be provided.There will be raffles, prizes and activities for the kids.Please wear Blue!!! Please come join us and support Autism Awareness in our community!

  • Sidewalk Astronomy

    Sidewalk Astronomy

    7:00 PM-11:00 PM
    04-02-2016

    Sky’s the Limit Observatory and Nature Center invites stargazers to spend an evening with the cosmos on Saturday, April 2 at a free public event that begins at 7:45 pm and ends around 11:30 pm. The Observatory is at 9697 Utah Trail, just outside the north entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.

    Docents will set up a variety of kinds and sizes of telescopes – some manually operated and some working from battery packs – on the winding sidewalks, and guests are welcome to use them or may bring their own binoculars and scopes as well. Everyone is encouraged to bring a red flashlight to preserve night vision.

    Celestial showpieces of all types are visible in the spring sky. The Orion Nebula and Sirius are setting in the west and the fantastic field of nebulae between Leo and Virgo highlights some of the best galaxies in the sky.

    Also on display is the planet Jupiter and its ghostly twin, The Ghost of Jupiter Nebula – a planetary nebula the same angular size of Jupiter but 1,400 light years away.
    Prominent constellations are Auriga (the Charioteer), Orion (the Hunter), Gemini (the Twins), Canis Major (the Great Dog), Leo (the Lion), and Ursa Major (the Great Bear).
    Arriving around sunset, guests will have time to visit other campus educational attractions before the cosmic tour begins at dark. Everyone should dress for unpredictable desert weather and bring snacks, water bottles, and chairs. Children under 16 must be accompanied by adults. No pets and no smoking allowed on the STL campus, and visitors must carry out all trash.

    Guests are cautioned that the seasonal sky is very unpredictable and a viewing event may have to be delayed, rescheduled, or cancelled due to cloudiness, rain, or excessive wind. Check Sky’s The Limit Facebook Page or follow @STL29Palms to learn the latest status of an event, or call Steve at 650-678-0179.

    For more information and to see photos taken through STL’s 14” Celestron Schmidt–Cassegrain telescope, visit the STL web site at www.skysthelimit29.org. STL is an affiliate of the Basin Wide Foundation, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization. Donations to support Sky’s The Limit’s educational programs are gratefully accepted.

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  • Rally 4 Tennis

    Rally 4 Tennis

    9:00 AM-5:00 PM
    04-03-2016-04-27-2016

    April 3, 2016 -April 27, 2016
    Sun 9-10 AM or Wed 6-7 pm

    Event Description: Free Tennis Lessons for Beginners from certified teaching pros Al Sanada and Mary Severns. The curriculum is sponsored by United States Tennis Association and Southern California Tennis Association. The program is designed to get you rallying in the first 4 lessons. Tennis is the sport of a lifetime and you are never too old to get started.

    Morongo Basin Tennis Association
    760.363.7137
    alsanada@verizon.net

    Jacob’s Park
    55680 Onaga Trl., Yucca Valley, CA 92284

  • First Place 4 Health Offers Faith-Based Healthy Living and Weight Loss Program

    First Place 4 Health Offers Faith-Based Healthy Living and Weight Loss Program

    12:00 PM-4:00 PM
    04-03-2016
    6804 Mohawk Trail, Yucca Valley, CA, United States

    6804 Mohawk Trail, Yucca Valley, CA, United States

    Every year Americans spend billions of dollars on weight-loss programs and products. Many are on a search for a quick fix, unwilling to consider permanent changes in their lifestyle as the answer. However, a program is offered in the area, First Place 4 Health, where men and women discover that the Bible holds the answer to the obesity epidemic. By following the First Place 4 Health program, a faith-based healthy living and weight loss plan supported and endorsed by registered dieticians and physicians, participants lose weight and increase awareness of healthy living principles.
    Meeting in a weekly support group, First Place 4 Health members follow a 12-week curriculum centered around achieving balance in four essential areas of their lives: emotional, spiritual, mental and physical. First Place 4 Health encourages members to adopt practical disciplines in all four areas. These include regular attendance and fellowship (emotional), prayer, Scripture reading and Bible study (spiritual), Scripture memory and keeping a food record (mental), and eating well and exercising (physical). First Place 4 Health members learn how to be victorious over past eating patterns and how to commit their minds, and, ultimately, their bodies to God.
    The First place 4 Health program has delivered faith-based and weight management instruction and support to small groups throughout the country since 1981. First Place 4 Health has been active in more than 12,000 churches and also meets in community centers, health clubs, and other locations. The program points members to God’s strength and creates a compassionate support group that helps members stay accountable in a positive environment. Carole Lewis, National Director of First Place 4 Health states, “First Place is about more than weight loss – it’s about lifestyle change that encourages every participant to find balance in his or her own life.”
    In Yucca Valley, two orientation meetings are offered: Sunday, April 3 at 12:00 noon and Tuesday, April 5 at 7:00 pm, both in Brownell Hall at the Evangelical Free Church, 6804 Mohawk Trail, Yucca Valley. New members must attend one of these orientation meetings to register and purchase class materials. Weekly meetings with the Spring session theme “Seek God First” will be held on Tuesday evenings April 12 through June 28. For more information contact Susanne at FP4H@scwarren.com or 760-820-2844.

    Susanne Warren
    760-820-2844
    FP4H@scwarren.com

    Evangelical Free Church of Yucca Valley
    6804 Mohawk Trail Yucca Valley

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  • Deep Sky & Jupiter

    Deep Sky & Jupiter

    7:00 PM-9:00 PM
    04-09-2016

    Deep Sky & Jupiter

    Sky’s the Limit Observatory and Nature Center invites stargazers to spend an evening with the cosmos on Saturday, April 9 at a free public event that begins at 7:45 pm and ends around 11:30 pm. The Observatory is at 9697 Utah Trail, just outside the north entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.

    Docents will set up a variety of kinds and sizes of telescopes – some manually operated and some working from battery packs – on the winding sidewalks, and guests are welcome to use them or may bring their own binoculars and scopes as well. Everyone is encouraged to bring a red flashlight to preserve night vision.

    Looking southeast there are few bright stars to be seen, but the deep sky in this region is full of extraordinary sights visible through a telescope.
    Several bright pairs of galaxies in the Virgo supercluster are among the most eye-catching. The double star Mizar in the Big Dipper is one of the best.
    Also on display is Jupiter with its four Galilean Moons: Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto.
    Prominent constellations are Auriga (the Charioteer), Gemini (the Twins), Canis Major (the Great Dog), Leo (the Lion), Ursa Major (the Great Bear), and Virgo (the Maiden).
    Guests arriving around sunset will have time to visit other campus educational attractions before the cosmic tour begins at dark. Everyone should dress for unpredictable desert weather and bring snacks, water bottles, and chairs. Children under 16 must be accompanied by adults. No pets and no smoking allowed on the STL campus, and visitors must carry out all trash.

    Guests are cautioned that the seasonal sky is very unpredictable and a viewing event may have to be delayed, rescheduled, or cancelled due to cloudiness, rain, or excessive wind. Check Sky’s The Limit Facebook Page or follow @STL29Palms to learn the latest status of an event, or call Steve at 650-678-0179.

    For more information and to see photos taken through STL’s 14” Celestron Schmidt–Cassegrain telescope, visit the STL web site at www.skysthelimit29.org. STL is an affiliate of the Basin Wide Foundation, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization. Donations to support Sky’s The Limit’s educational programs are gratefully accepted.

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  • Monthly Community Meeting

    Monthly Community Meeting

    9:00 AM-1:00 PM
    04-11-2016
    80526 1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley CA 92277

    80526 1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley CA 92277

    Everyone is invited and welcome to attend and participate in our monthly community meeting. We have two guest presenters:

    1. Kristine Scott, of SoCal Gas, who will talk with the community about methane releases from natural gas pipeline in February and March.
    2. Brad Dunning, a Wonder Valley resident, is interested in restoring the neon on our Community Center sign and will present his proposal to the community for approval.

    The agenda will be posted here the week before the meeting.

    For more information, go to WonderValley.org

    Teresa Sitz
    760-865-9550
    teresa.sitz@gmail.com

    Venue Name: Wonder Valley Community Center
    Venue Address: 80526 1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley CA 92277

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  • Revocable Living Trusts

    Revocable Living Trusts

    9:00 AM-11:00 AM
    04-13-2016

    Revocable Living Trusts
    April 13, 206
    9:55 a.m.

    Free seminar. Learn how to protect your heirs & assets and how to avoid probate, long delays, & excessive fees. Light refreshments will be served

    The Center for Healthy Generations
    (760) 365-9661
    admin@mbchg.org

    The Center for Healthy Generations
    57121 Sunnyslope Dr., Yucca Valley, CA 92284

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  • SOUL PATTERN PROJECT BAND FEATURED AT ART RECEPTION

    SOUL PATTERN PROJECT BAND FEATURED AT ART RECEPTION

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    04-15-2016
    17500 Mana Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307, United States

    17500 Mana Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307, United States

    Apple Valley – Recording artists Soul Pattern Project will be featured at The Lewis Center for Educational Research Art Reception on Friday, April 15 from 6pm-8pm.
    Independently produced and distributed Soul Pattern Project is known for transporting audiences into a higher realm with original songs that are divinely inspired. Now you can blast off with SPP and experience what reviewers have called startling original rock.
    The band features Southern California recording artist, singer/songwriter Maggie Vee, producer/musician Nathan Paul, Joaquin Sura/Bass and Alan Winkle/Drums.
    Typically known for touring the Pacific Northwest and Eastern Rockies have turned their pixie-dusted jets to Southern California. Here is your chance to jump into their slip-stream and enjoy them live!
    Described as a new sound, they invented the term “Fringe Folk,” for their early acoustic guitar music. Now in an expanded rock format, recent reviews call them bold and distinct; adult, independent and alternative; still at any one time being jazzy, bluesy and country in root, morphing into a flurry of atmospheric cerebral fusion, sublimely, thoroughly entertaining.
    Enjoy an evening of food, live music and art exhibition, your $10 donation benefits the LCER Scholarship Fund.
    The art reception kicks-off The LCER Festival of the Arts which will continue through Saturday, April 16, 10a-3p with vendors, music and art.
    For more information call Teresa.(760) 946-5414 Ext: 201
    Lewis Center for Educational Research is located at 17500 Mana Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307

  • SOUL PATTERN PROJECT BAND FEATURED AT ART RECEPTION

    SOUL PATTERN PROJECT BAND FEATURED AT ART RECEPTION

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    04-15-2016

    SOUL PATTERN PROJECT BAND FEATURED AT ART RECEPTION
    Apple Valley – Recording artists Soul Pattern Project will be featured at The Lewis Center for Educational Research Art Reception on Friday, April 15 from 6pm-8pm.

    Independently produced and distributed Soul Pattern Project is known for transporting audiences into a higher realm with original songs that are divinely inspired. Now you can blast off with SPP and experience what reviewers have called startling original rock.
    The band features Southern California recording artist, singer/songwriter Maggie Vee, producer/musician Nathan Paul, Joaquin Sura/Bass and Alan Winkle/Drums.
    Typically known for touring the Pacific Northwest and Eastern Rockies have turned their pixie-dusted jets to Southern California. Here is your chance to jump into their slip-stream and enjoy them live!
    Described as a new sound, they invented the term “Fringe Folk,” for their early acoustic guitar music. Now in an expanded rock format, recent reviews call them bold and distinct; adult, independent and alternative; still at any one time being jazzy, bluesy and country in root, morphing into a flurry of atmospheric cerebral fusion, sublimely, thoroughly entertaining.
    Enjoy an evening of food, live music and art exhibition, your $10 donation benefits the LCER Scholarship Fund.
    The art reception kicks-off The LCER Festival of the Arts which will continue through Saturday, April 16, 10a-3p with vendors, music and art.
    For more information call Teresa.(760) 946-5414 Ext: 201
    Lewis Center for Educational Research is located at 17500 Mana Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307

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  • Swap Meet at the Yucca Mesa Community Center

    Swap Meet at the Yucca Mesa Community Center

    7:00 AM-12:00 PM
    04-16-2016
    3133 Balsa Avenue, Yucca Valley, CA, United States

    3133 Balsa Avenue, Yucca Valley, CA, United States

    Starts at 7 am until 2 pm

    Vendors set up at 6 am
    outdoor space $10, indoor space $10 with table and chairs included
    Vendor Fees help YMCC

    call Dan 760 821-7198 for more info 909- 833-1326

  • 2016 Earth Day Fair

    2016 Earth Day Fair

    9:00 AM-2:00 PM
    04-16-2016
    57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA

    57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA

    April 16, 2016
    9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Event Description: In honor of Earth Day, the Hi-Desert Nature Museum will celebrate the diversity of life on earth with a day of activities that will inform, educate and entertain visitors. Local experts will be on hand to provide demonstrations on composting, gardening with California native plants, growing your own food, and recycling. Local artists will offer jewelry and hand-made crafts for sale. Maker stations will introduce you to new crafts. This family-oriented event includes kids’ activities, face painting, live music, dance performances, and much more.
    Environmental Education
    Arts and Crafts Vendors
    Live Music and Dance
    Face Painting &
    Kids Activities
    Gardening and Composting Advice
    Maker Stations

    FREE ADMISSION!

    Hi-Desert Nature Museum
    Number: 760-369-7212
    museum@yucca-valley.org

    Yucca Valley Community Center Complex
    57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA

  • Fire Extinguisher Training

    Fire Extinguisher Training

    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    04-16-2016
    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    Fire Extinguisher Training
    Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 10 AM – 2 PM
    Wonder Valley Community Center
    80526 1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    What did everyone say after our last Fire Extinguisher Training Class?

    “I had no idea how much I didn’t know!”

    Three hours of classroom fire safety instruction and one final hour when we go outside to start and put out fires. At the end of the class you will be MUCH better prepared to protect your house and your loved ones from fire! Don’t miss this important training!

    The instructor will be James Brakebill, head of the Copper Mountain College Fire Technology Program, and the community member who explained to us the Paid Call Firefighter Program at the last fire meeting.

    You MUST RSVP!
    Contact Teresa Sitz at teresa.sitz@gmail.com if you want to attend this training. You will receive a certificate upon completion.

    A $10 donation is requested and will be used to refill the fire extinguishers that we use during practice. Some scholarships are available for those who cannot afford a donation, or bring your own fire extinguisher to use and then refill. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

    MR. FIRE PROTECTION of Yucca Valley will be on site to refill and recertify your home fire extinguishers (for a fee), or to sell you a fire extinguisher based on your needs. This service is available to everyone whether they take the training or not. Drop in and bring your fire extinguishers if you have them.

    For more information:
    http://www.wondervalley.org/2016/03/our-second-fire-extinguisher-training.html

    Teresa Sitz
    760-865-9550
    teresa.sitz@gmail.com

    Wonder Valley Community Center
    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

  • SOAP BOX DERBY

    SOAP BOX DERBY

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    04-16-2016

    SOAP BOX DERBY 2016 ASYMCA IS HERE!

    IF YOU ARE 5-14 AND LIVE IN THE

    MORONGO BASIN THEN THIS RACE IS

    FOR YOU!

    RACE IS APRIL 16, 2016 @ 10:30

    THE DERBY, TAKING PLACE ON JOE DAVIS DRIVE,

    WILL KICKOFF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE’S

    STREET FAIR AND CAR SHOW AT LUCKIE PARK.

    •REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 1ST•

    REGISTER AT THE ASY OFFICE (BUILDING 192) OR AT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON

    HWY 62. REGISTRATION IS ONLY $35 PER RACER AND INCLUDES 1/2 SHEET OF PLYWOOD

    & ALL HARDWARE NECCESSARY TO COMPELTE YOUR CAR. LIMITED SPOTS ARE AVAILABLE.

    LET’S

    RACE!

    YESEIDA REYES-SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR

    FOR MORE INFORMATION:

    ARMED SERVICES YMCA

    (760)-830-7481

    ASYMCA.ORG/TWENTYNINE-PALMS-CA

    FB: ASYMCA TWENTYNINE PALMS

  • French Brunch

    French Brunch

    1:00 PM-2:00 PM
    04-16-2016

    Sat April 16 1:30-3:30pm
    French Brunch
    St.Joseph’s Church
    56312 Church St. Yucca Valley
    $8. Each &15. Per couple
    Cash at door

    Thank you!

  • EMR Training Information Session

    EMR Training Information Session

    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    04-16-2016
    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    EMR Training Information Session Saturday, April 16, 2016, from 2 PM – 4 Pm Wonder Valley Community Center, 80526 1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) Training Information Session

    There will be an EMR Information Session on Saturday, April 16 from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Wonder Valley Community Center, 80526 ½ Amboy Road. Come find out why you, or someone you know, should take this training.

    If the Community of Wonder Valley chooses to form its own Paid Call or Volunteer Firefighter program we will need to train and qualify community members to participate.

    There are two steps to this process:
    1. Take and pass the EMR Training (in as little as one month)
    2. Take and pass the Firefighter Training (in as little as one semester)

    Both of these programs are provided at Copper Mountain College and are scheduled to accommodate working people.

    The next EMR training starts on June 13 and continues through July 13. Classes are on Monday through Thursday from 9 to 11:50 a.m. at Fire Station 422 in Desert Heights (north of Twentynine Palms). There are no requirements or prerequisites for taking this course. There is no age limit.

    This is a 3 unit college course. The cost is $46.00 per unit for a total of $138.00, plus the cost of the textbook which is $125.00. Students are also responsible for purchasing a CPR Pocket Mask, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, and a pen light.

    Some SCHOLARSHIPS and FEE WAIVERS may be available and we will have a Financial Aid Specialist from Copper Mountain College come to the Community Center in May to help people apply for financial aid and fee waivers. Please contact James Brakebill at jbrakebill@cmccd.edu AND Teresa Sitz at teresa.sitz@gmail.com if you are interested in registering for the EMR course. Attend the EMR Information Session to find out more and to talk one to one with students currently enrolled in the program.

    For more information:
    http://www.wondervalley.org/2016/03/emr-emergency-medical-responder.html

    Teresa Sitz
    760-865-9550
    teresa.sitz@gmail.com

    Wonder Valley Community Center
    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

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      Swap Meet at the Yucca Mesa Community Center
      7:00 AM-12:00 PM
      04-16-2016
      3133 Balsa Avenue, Yucca Valley, CA, United States
      3133 Balsa Avenue, Yucca Valley, CA, United States

      Starts at 7 am until 2 pm

      Vendors set up at 6 am
      outdoor space $10, indoor space $10 with table and chairs included
      Vendor Fees help YMCC

      call Dan 760 821-7198 for more info 909- 833-1326

    • 2016 Earth Day Fair
      2016 Earth Day Fair
      9:00 AM-2:00 PM
      04-16-2016
      57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA
      57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA

      April 16, 2016
      9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

      Event Description: In honor of Earth Day, the Hi-Desert Nature Museum will celebrate the diversity of life on earth with a day of activities that will inform, educate and entertain visitors. Local experts will be on hand to provide demonstrations on composting, gardening with California native plants, growing your own food, and recycling. Local artists will offer jewelry and hand-made crafts for sale. Maker stations will introduce you to new crafts. This family-oriented event includes kids’ activities, face painting, live music, dance performances, and much more.
      Environmental Education
      Arts and Crafts Vendors
      Live Music and Dance
      Face Painting &
      Kids Activities
      Gardening and Composting Advice
      Maker Stations

      FREE ADMISSION!

      Hi-Desert Nature Museum
      Number: 760-369-7212
      museum@yucca-valley.org

      Yucca Valley Community Center Complex
      57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley, CA

    • Fire Extinguisher Training
      Fire Extinguisher Training
      10:00 AM-12:00 PM
      04-16-2016
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

      Fire Extinguisher Training
      Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 10 AM – 2 PM
      Wonder Valley Community Center
      80526 1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

      What did everyone say after our last Fire Extinguisher Training Class?

      “I had no idea how much I didn’t know!”

      Three hours of classroom fire safety instruction and one final hour when we go outside to start and put out fires. At the end of the class you will be MUCH better prepared to protect your house and your loved ones from fire! Don’t miss this important training!

      The instructor will be James Brakebill, head of the Copper Mountain College Fire Technology Program, and the community member who explained to us the Paid Call Firefighter Program at the last fire meeting.

      You MUST RSVP!
      Contact Teresa Sitz at teresa.sitz@gmail.com if you want to attend this training. You will receive a certificate upon completion.

      A $10 donation is requested and will be used to refill the fire extinguishers that we use during practice. Some scholarships are available for those who cannot afford a donation, or bring your own fire extinguisher to use and then refill. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

      MR. FIRE PROTECTION of Yucca Valley will be on site to refill and recertify your home fire extinguishers (for a fee), or to sell you a fire extinguisher based on your needs. This service is available to everyone whether they take the training or not. Drop in and bring your fire extinguishers if you have them.

      For more information:
      http://www.wondervalley.org/2016/03/our-second-fire-extinguisher-training.html

      Teresa Sitz
      760-865-9550
      teresa.sitz@gmail.com

      Wonder Valley Community Center
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    • SOAP BOX DERBY
      SOAP BOX DERBY
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      04-16-2016

      SOAP BOX DERBY 2016 ASYMCA IS HERE!

      IF YOU ARE 5-14 AND LIVE IN THE

      MORONGO BASIN THEN THIS RACE IS

      FOR YOU!

      RACE IS APRIL 16, 2016 @ 10:30

      THE DERBY, TAKING PLACE ON JOE DAVIS DRIVE,

      WILL KICKOFF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE’S

      STREET FAIR AND CAR SHOW AT LUCKIE PARK.

      •REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 1ST•

      REGISTER AT THE ASY OFFICE (BUILDING 192) OR AT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON

      HWY 62. REGISTRATION IS ONLY $35 PER RACER AND INCLUDES 1/2 SHEET OF PLYWOOD

      & ALL HARDWARE NECCESSARY TO COMPELTE YOUR CAR. LIMITED SPOTS ARE AVAILABLE.

      LET’S

      RACE!

      YESEIDA REYES-SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR

      FOR MORE INFORMATION:

      ARMED SERVICES YMCA

      (760)-830-7481

      ASYMCA.ORG/TWENTYNINE-PALMS-CA

      FB: ASYMCA TWENTYNINE PALMS

    • French Brunch
      French Brunch
      1:00 PM-2:00 PM
      04-16-2016

      Sat April 16 1:30-3:30pm
      French Brunch
      St.Joseph’s Church
      56312 Church St. Yucca Valley
      $8. Each &15. Per couple
      Cash at door

      Thank you!

    • EMR Training Information Session
      EMR Training Information Session
      2:00 PM-4:00 PM
      04-16-2016
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

      EMR Training Information Session Saturday, April 16, 2016, from 2 PM – 4 Pm Wonder Valley Community Center, 80526 1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

      EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) Training Information Session

      There will be an EMR Information Session on Saturday, April 16 from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Wonder Valley Community Center, 80526 ½ Amboy Road. Come find out why you, or someone you know, should take this training.

      If the Community of Wonder Valley chooses to form its own Paid Call or Volunteer Firefighter program we will need to train and qualify community members to participate.

      There are two steps to this process:
      1. Take and pass the EMR Training (in as little as one month)
      2. Take and pass the Firefighter Training (in as little as one semester)

      Both of these programs are provided at Copper Mountain College and are scheduled to accommodate working people.

      The next EMR training starts on June 13 and continues through July 13. Classes are on Monday through Thursday from 9 to 11:50 a.m. at Fire Station 422 in Desert Heights (north of Twentynine Palms). There are no requirements or prerequisites for taking this course. There is no age limit.

      This is a 3 unit college course. The cost is $46.00 per unit for a total of $138.00, plus the cost of the textbook which is $125.00. Students are also responsible for purchasing a CPR Pocket Mask, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, and a pen light.

      Some SCHOLARSHIPS and FEE WAIVERS may be available and we will have a Financial Aid Specialist from Copper Mountain College come to the Community Center in May to help people apply for financial aid and fee waivers. Please contact James Brakebill at jbrakebill@cmccd.edu AND Teresa Sitz at teresa.sitz@gmail.com if you are interested in registering for the EMR course. Attend the EMR Information Session to find out more and to talk one to one with students currently enrolled in the program.

      For more information:
      http://www.wondervalley.org/2016/03/emr-emergency-medical-responder.html

      Teresa Sitz
      760-865-9550
      teresa.sitz@gmail.com

      Wonder Valley Community Center
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

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  • Raffle to Benefit Sky’s The Limit

    Raffle to Benefit Sky’s The Limit

    10:57 AM
    04-18-2016-05-30-2016

    Support for Sky’s the Limit’s rebuilding efforts and future projects will be coming from 29 Palms Liquor & Mobil Gas via a raffle announced by owner Jeewanjot Singh. The Singh family was motivated to find a way to support STL after learning of the January theft of its photovoltaic system.
    Starting April 18th through Memorial Day weekend (which ends May 30th), 29 Palms Liquor & Mobile Gas will be selling raffle tickets at $1 each with 90% of all monies collected going to the Observatory and Nature Center.
    Raffle tickets can be purchased inside the 29 Palms Liquor & Mobile Gas (73777 Twentynine Palms Highway, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277) at the register. Winner of the raffle will be notified on June 1, 2016 and will receive a $250 Mobile gift card.
    Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Christine Hoenigmann assisted in coordinating meetings and clarifying details of the promotion, saying, “This is a shining example within our community of a local business supporting a local nonprofit. I am honored that the Chamber’s expertise was sought out to make this raffle happen.”

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  • HIGHER LIFE MEN’s RETREAT

    HIGHER LIFE MEN’s RETREAT

    1:21 PM
    04-21-2016-04-24-2016

    Dear All, We are a Christian Men’s support group that host an annual men’s retreat which mentors, inspires, and empowers young men through lectures, activities, hands on training, and fellowship! Over the past 6 years our labor of love has brought fruition in the lives of men of all ages nationwide. It is our hearts desire to continue that work in every young man who attends this year from 21-24 April 2016 and the many more years to come! It is our goal every year to raise money to ensure that the planned activities, events, and accommodations do not exceed an affordable cost for all who attend. Your contribution will be a great help to our ministry meeting that goal and will not go unnoticed. For more information about ministry or the retreat please visit www.ttvfm.org

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  • Pot Luck Dinner

    Pot Luck Dinner

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    04-22-2016
    3133 Balsa Avenue, Yucca Valley, CA, United States

    3133 Balsa Avenue, Yucca Valley, CA, United States

    Guest speaker Mary Sojourner! To participate please bring your favorite dish or pick something up for roughly 8-10 people with flatware and plates.
    We are also asking for 1.00 to take care of expenses of the Community center.

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  • The 31st Annual Golf Scramble

    The 31st Annual Golf Scramble

    7:00 AM-12:21 PM
    04-23-2016

    Event Description: Copper Mountain College Foundation is excited to announce their Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at a beautiful new venue, Hawk’s Landing Golf Club in Yucca Valley.
    We anticipate a full field of golfers as well as exciting prizes, great food and lots of fun all to raise money for Copper Mountain College students.
    Proceeds from the Golf Tournament will fund scholarships, book grants, classroom equipment, and subsidized transportation for our local college students. Each year CMC Foundation pays $20,000 to Morongo Basin Transit Authority (MBTA) to allow any and all CMC students to ride the bus for fifty cents instead of the regular fare of $2.50. Our students take the bus more than 1,000 times per week saving them $104,000 annually. The success of this event depends on your help. Despite the costs that are often required to attend college, higher education is still one of the best investments that students and their families can make, which is why we remain committed to breaking down barriers and promoting access to CMC for everyone in the Morongo Basin.

    Join us on April 23 and tee off for a good cause!

    Organizer Name: Copper Mountain College Foundation
    Organizer Phone Number: (760) 366-3791
    Organizer Email: dmorris@cmccd.edu

    Venue Name: Hawk’s Landing Golf Club
    Venue Address: 55100 Martinez Trl, Yucca Valley, CA 92284

  • Live Music Concert Series

    Live Music Concert Series

    9:00 AM-2:00 PM
    04-23-2016

    Historic Time Capsule and Living Museum Opens Its Doors for Live Music Concert Series
    Apple Valley, CA – The main building of the Historic Apple Valley Inn still stands in the Mojave Desert town of Apple Valley, CA. with the Inn’s numerous original bungalows and rooms now home to a unique business park and events center, today people may not realize that in its heyday it was a favorite vacation destination for Hollywood celebrities during the late 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Frequent visitors included notable icons, Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe, and John Wayne even Richard Nixon wrote memoirs here. It attracted investors Roy Rogers and Dale Evans who loved Apple Valley so much, that they made it their home. People would fly in from all over, land at the air-strip across Highway 18 and get shuttled over to spend some time down time at the Inn doing as little or as much as they like. Known for the delicious steaks it was a real he-man western-style retreat, with horseback riding, golfing, hiking, swimming, drinking and sunning.
    If you ever wondered what it would be like to step back in time to the rustic-glam of a 1950’s dude ranch here is your chance, The Historic Apple Valley Inn is opening it’s doors for what promoters are calling “The Inn Room – Live Music Concert Series 2016” a unique live music event where one ticket gets it all; top-notch entertainment, food, beverage and vendors all in one setting a real throwback to the great “night-clubs of yesteryear when people felt comfortable dressing up a bit and going out for a night on the town. This event has special offerings for concertgoers like The Inn Room VIP Section that will have its very own private mixlogist service to the no-host bar with a special drink menu all it’s own created just for VIP room. There will be a social media photo-op where people can take photos with a cowboy mascot in front of an original wall-sized map of the Town of Apple Valley and even a modern take on past tradition of floor entertainment before the main show.
    Producers of the concert series took up the invitation and challenge to create a night-on-the-town experience and developed the The Inn Room with shows starting in April 23 with living Blues Legend Ray Brooks & The Bluzmasters and May 7 with indie band Soul Pattern Project.
    The announcement of the series has not just locals curious, but those with an interest in authentic Western Americana. There will be historians on-site from the Apple Valley Legacy Museum and with the time capsule open you can get a glimpse of history inside this fun and entertaining event.
    At The Inn Room one event pass gets it all – vendors, food, live music and your chance to belly-up to the historic no-host bar which will be serving the live music series events. General info and tickets, call (760) 684-9093
    On-line tickets available at www.purplepass.com/theinnroom
    or call 1-800-316-8559. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theinnroom/

  • Black Lava Butte Walk and Free Wildflower ID Class

    Black Lava Butte Walk and Free Wildflower ID Class

    9:00 AM-1:00 PM
    04-23-2016

    April 23 Yucca Valley Black Lava Butte Walk and Free Wildflower ID Class, Sand to Snow National Monument

    Just 4 miles north of Yucca Valley is part of President Obama’s recently proclaimed Sand to Snow National Monument. Darrell Shade, naturalist for Joshua Tree National Park Association, leads this wildflower ID class and leisurely walk.

    You will learn how to identify and name wildflowers growing in and around the town of Yucca Valley CA.

    This is an easy, slow, leisurely walk that anyone, in any shape, can do. We will see beautiful blooming desert mariposa lilies (Calochortus kennedyi), dense patches of blooming Mojave asters (Xylozrhiza tortifolia), and much more.

    Bring a hat, sunscreen, plenty of water, and a hand lens if you have one. Hand lenses will be made available to borrow or purchase if you don’t have one.

    The class and walk is free and open to all. Bring a hat, sunscreen, hiking shoes, plenty of water, and a hand lens if you have one. This nature walk is part of the (MBDC) Morongo Basin Democratic Club Nature Education Hikes series.

    Meet at 9am at the northwest corner of Old Woman Springs Rd. (Hwy 247) and New Horizons Rd. (also called Mesa Drive). The intersection is about 4 miles north of 29 Palms Highway.

    RSVP with Eric Diesel at 650-847-8646, or at http://www.meetup.com/High-Desert-Botany-Geology-Science-Hikes/events/229048698/

    (NOTE Change in previous Black Rock location due to wildflower bloom conditions.)

  • Wonder Valley Community Meeting with LAFCO

    Wonder Valley Community Meeting with LAFCO

    10:00 AM-2:00 PM
    04-23-2016
    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    Wonder Valley Community Meeting with LAFCO
    April 23, 2016
    10:00 a.m.

    Event Description: County Fire gave us four options to address our tax/assessment shortfall for our fire services. The fourth option, and the only one we have not yet addressed as a community, is the dissolution of FP 4 – our fire protection district 4 along with its $34.10 assessment.

    LAFCO will be present to discuss the process for dissolving FP4, and the consequences – good and bad. They will also be able to answer any questions regarding forming a CSD, or city, or any other agency formation questions you may have.

    Teresa Sitz
    760-865-9550
    teresa.sitz@gmail.com

    Wonder Valley Community Center
    80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

  • St. Mary Altar Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon

    St. Mary Altar Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon

    11:00 AM-3:00 PM
    04-23-2016
    7495 Church St., Parish Hall Yucca Valley

    7495 Church St., Parish Hall Yucca Valley

    St. Mary Altar Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon

    April 23, 2016–Social Hour 11:00am–Lunch 12:00pm–Fashions1:00pm

    Tickets $20.00-There will be Door Prizes-Raffles

    Location:7495 Church St., Parish Hall
    Yucca Valley

    For tickets or more information call
    Terry Sanchez-760-369-1502
    Syble Breihan-760-365-3389

  • More events
    • The 31st Annual Golf Scramble
      The 31st Annual Golf Scramble
      7:00 AM-12:21 PM
      04-23-2016

      Event Description: Copper Mountain College Foundation is excited to announce their Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at a beautiful new venue, Hawk’s Landing Golf Club in Yucca Valley.
      We anticipate a full field of golfers as well as exciting prizes, great food and lots of fun all to raise money for Copper Mountain College students.
      Proceeds from the Golf Tournament will fund scholarships, book grants, classroom equipment, and subsidized transportation for our local college students. Each year CMC Foundation pays $20,000 to Morongo Basin Transit Authority (MBTA) to allow any and all CMC students to ride the bus for fifty cents instead of the regular fare of $2.50. Our students take the bus more than 1,000 times per week saving them $104,000 annually. The success of this event depends on your help. Despite the costs that are often required to attend college, higher education is still one of the best investments that students and their families can make, which is why we remain committed to breaking down barriers and promoting access to CMC for everyone in the Morongo Basin.

      Join us on April 23 and tee off for a good cause!

      Organizer Name: Copper Mountain College Foundation
      Organizer Phone Number: (760) 366-3791
      Organizer Email: dmorris@cmccd.edu

      Venue Name: Hawk’s Landing Golf Club
      Venue Address: 55100 Martinez Trl, Yucca Valley, CA 92284

    • Live Music Concert Series
      Live Music Concert Series
      9:00 AM-2:00 PM
      04-23-2016

      Historic Time Capsule and Living Museum Opens Its Doors for Live Music Concert Series
      Apple Valley, CA – The main building of the Historic Apple Valley Inn still stands in the Mojave Desert town of Apple Valley, CA. with the Inn’s numerous original bungalows and rooms now home to a unique business park and events center, today people may not realize that in its heyday it was a favorite vacation destination for Hollywood celebrities during the late 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Frequent visitors included notable icons, Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe, and John Wayne even Richard Nixon wrote memoirs here. It attracted investors Roy Rogers and Dale Evans who loved Apple Valley so much, that they made it their home. People would fly in from all over, land at the air-strip across Highway 18 and get shuttled over to spend some time down time at the Inn doing as little or as much as they like. Known for the delicious steaks it was a real he-man western-style retreat, with horseback riding, golfing, hiking, swimming, drinking and sunning.
      If you ever wondered what it would be like to step back in time to the rustic-glam of a 1950’s dude ranch here is your chance, The Historic Apple Valley Inn is opening it’s doors for what promoters are calling “The Inn Room – Live Music Concert Series 2016” a unique live music event where one ticket gets it all; top-notch entertainment, food, beverage and vendors all in one setting a real throwback to the great “night-clubs of yesteryear when people felt comfortable dressing up a bit and going out for a night on the town. This event has special offerings for concertgoers like The Inn Room VIP Section that will have its very own private mixlogist service to the no-host bar with a special drink menu all it’s own created just for VIP room. There will be a social media photo-op where people can take photos with a cowboy mascot in front of an original wall-sized map of the Town of Apple Valley and even a modern take on past tradition of floor entertainment before the main show.
      Producers of the concert series took up the invitation and challenge to create a night-on-the-town experience and developed the The Inn Room with shows starting in April 23 with living Blues Legend Ray Brooks & The Bluzmasters and May 7 with indie band Soul Pattern Project.
      The announcement of the series has not just locals curious, but those with an interest in authentic Western Americana. There will be historians on-site from the Apple Valley Legacy Museum and with the time capsule open you can get a glimpse of history inside this fun and entertaining event.
      At The Inn Room one event pass gets it all – vendors, food, live music and your chance to belly-up to the historic no-host bar which will be serving the live music series events. General info and tickets, call (760) 684-9093
      On-line tickets available at www.purplepass.com/theinnroom
      or call 1-800-316-8559. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theinnroom/

    • Black Lava Butte Walk and Free Wildflower ID Class
      Black Lava Butte Walk and Free Wildflower ID Class
      9:00 AM-1:00 PM
      04-23-2016

      April 23 Yucca Valley Black Lava Butte Walk and Free Wildflower ID Class, Sand to Snow National Monument

      Just 4 miles north of Yucca Valley is part of President Obama’s recently proclaimed Sand to Snow National Monument. Darrell Shade, naturalist for Joshua Tree National Park Association, leads this wildflower ID class and leisurely walk.

      You will learn how to identify and name wildflowers growing in and around the town of Yucca Valley CA.

      This is an easy, slow, leisurely walk that anyone, in any shape, can do. We will see beautiful blooming desert mariposa lilies (Calochortus kennedyi), dense patches of blooming Mojave asters (Xylozrhiza tortifolia), and much more.

      Bring a hat, sunscreen, plenty of water, and a hand lens if you have one. Hand lenses will be made available to borrow or purchase if you don’t have one.

      The class and walk is free and open to all. Bring a hat, sunscreen, hiking shoes, plenty of water, and a hand lens if you have one. This nature walk is part of the (MBDC) Morongo Basin Democratic Club Nature Education Hikes series.

      Meet at 9am at the northwest corner of Old Woman Springs Rd. (Hwy 247) and New Horizons Rd. (also called Mesa Drive). The intersection is about 4 miles north of 29 Palms Highway.

      RSVP with Eric Diesel at 650-847-8646, or at http://www.meetup.com/High-Desert-Botany-Geology-Science-Hikes/events/229048698/

      (NOTE Change in previous Black Rock location due to wildflower bloom conditions.)

    • Wonder Valley Community Meeting with LAFCO
      Wonder Valley Community Meeting with LAFCO
      10:00 AM-2:00 PM
      04-23-2016
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

      Wonder Valley Community Meeting with LAFCO
      April 23, 2016
      10:00 a.m.

      Event Description: County Fire gave us four options to address our tax/assessment shortfall for our fire services. The fourth option, and the only one we have not yet addressed as a community, is the dissolution of FP 4 – our fire protection district 4 along with its $34.10 assessment.

      LAFCO will be present to discuss the process for dissolving FP4, and the consequences – good and bad. They will also be able to answer any questions regarding forming a CSD, or city, or any other agency formation questions you may have.

      Teresa Sitz
      760-865-9550
      teresa.sitz@gmail.com

      Wonder Valley Community Center
      80526-1/2 Amboy Road, Wonder Valley, CA 92277

    • St. Mary Altar Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon
      St. Mary Altar Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon
      11:00 AM-3:00 PM
      04-23-2016
      7495 Church St., Parish Hall Yucca Valley
      7495 Church St., Parish Hall Yucca Valley

      St. Mary Altar Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon

      April 23, 2016–Social Hour 11:00am–Lunch 12:00pm–Fashions1:00pm

      Tickets $20.00-There will be Door Prizes-Raffles

      Location:7495 Church St., Parish Hall
      Yucca Valley

      For tickets or more information call
      Terry Sanchez-760-369-1502
      Syble Breihan-760-365-3389

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  • Sales & Use Tax for Non-Profit Organizations

    Sales & Use Tax for Non-Profit Organizations

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    04-27-2016

    The California State Board of Equalization (BOE) will be here in Twentynine Palms to present this second business seminar for FREE and they’re open to the PUBLIC!  The seminar will be presented by Lance Christiansen, Information Officer I.

    Get training on which purchases and sales are taxable and which are exempt for your 501(C)(3) or other non-profit organization.  Learn about making food sales, selling gift baskets, periodicals, and other taxable activities at fundraisers.  Sales Tax, Use Tax, Seller’s Permits, and Resale Certificates are all discussed.

    To register for these events go to http://www.boe.ca.gov/sutax/

    29 Palms Chamber of Commerce & City of Twentynine Palms
    760-367-3445
    29chamber@29chamber.org

    Twentynine Palms Park & Recreation Office, Community Services Building

    74362 Joe Davis Drive

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  • FREE soccer skills clinic

    5:00 PM-9:00 PM
    04-29-2016

    FREE soccer skills clinic
    Event Date: 4/29
    Event Time: 5pm

    British Challenger Soccer coaches are coming to do a FREE skills clinic for the youth. No experience needed. See mbysa.org for more info.

    Friday April 29th
    Brehm Field

    5-6pm 4-6yrs
    6-7pm 7-9yrs
    7-8pm 10+yrs

    Organizer Name: Martin Baxter
    Organizer Phone Number:
    Organizer Email: Information@mbysa.org

    Venue Name: Brehm Field
    Venue Address: Across from Boys & Girls Club

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  • WOOF WALK

    9:00 AM-12:00 PM
    04-30-2016

    The 5th annual Woof walk is this April 30th from 9 am to noon in Pioneertown!

    We will have a silent auction , raffles, vendors, pet photos and animals available for adoption.

    Contests for best bling, best trick, best talker, musical sits, and most mysterious heritage.

  • Kyle Petty Charity Ride Comes to Twentynine Palms

    Kyle Petty Charity Ride Comes to Twentynine Palms

    11:47 AM-7:00 PM
    04-30-2016

    Kyle Petty Charity Ride Comes to Twentynine Palms
    Saturday, April 30
    10am-11am

    Event Description: The Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, one of the most successful and popular charity rides in the country, will be stopping in Twentynine Palms on Saturday, April 30 from 10am-11am. Former NASCAR driver and NBC Sports racing analyst Kyle Petty is leading 200 bikers and celebrities, such as Richard Petty, Herschel McGriff, Herschel Walker, Harry Gant, Rick Allen and more, on a 2,150-mile motorcycle trip to raise money for Victory Junction – a camp for children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.

    Come to 73434 Twentynine Palms to cheer on the riders, meet the celebrity guests and support the Ride! Memorabilia will be available for purchase and donations will be accepted to contribute to the Ride’s “Small Change. Big Impact.” program. Learn more at www.kylepettycharityride.com.

    Ginny Talley
    919 459 6450
    ginny@largemouthpr.com

    Acro
    73434 Twentynine Palms, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

  • THE REAL WILD WEST / STUNT SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA

    THE REAL WILD WEST / STUNT SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA

    5:00 PM-10:00 PM
    04-30-2016

    DESERT WILLOW RANCH & PIONEERTOWN WILD WEST THEATER PRESENT:

    THE REAL WILD WEST / STUNT SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA
    •free show
    •death defying…terror..intrigue..betrayal..romance..stunts
    •shoot-em-up..fun-for-all show..

    THIS WEEKS SHOW WILL FEATURE A SPECIAL TRIBUTE:
    •21 gun salute honoring ERNIE KESTER.. one of the founders of the wild west gun fight groups in Pioneertown.

    JON LINN + GAY SMITH
    760-365-2414
    linnguitars@yahoo.com

    Desert Willow Ranch IN Pioneertown
    Next to Pappy & Harriets (west of)

  • Evening With the Cosmos

    Evening With the Cosmos

    8:00 PM-11:00 PM
    04-30-2016

    Saturday, April 30 at Sky’s The Limit:

    Evening With the Cosmos

    Sky’s the Limit Observatory and Nature Center invites stargazers to spend an evening with the cosmos on Saturday, April 30 at a free public event that begins at 8:15 pm and ends aroundmidnight. The Observatory is at 9697 Utah Trail, just outside the north entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.

    Docents will set up a variety of kinds and sizes of telescopes – some manually operated and some working from battery packs – on the winding sidewalks, and guests are welcome to use them or may bring their own binoculars and scopes as well. Everyone is encouraged to bring a red flashlight to preserve night vision.

    Jupiter is still quite bright in the southeastern sky, just below the constellation Leo, offering a view of the great planet and its colorful clouds.

    Bright galaxies on display include the pair known as Bode’s Nebulae, the face-on spiral Whirlpool Galaxy, and the edge-on Sombrero Galaxy. The double stars Mizar in Ursa Major and Algieba in Leo are some of the best in the sky.

    Prominent constellations are Gemini (the Twins), Leo (the Lion), Ursa Major (the Great Bear), Virgo (the Maiden), Hydra (the Water Snake),Boötes (the Herdsman).

    Arrive around sunset to have time to visit other campus educational attractions before the cosmic tour begins at dark. Dress for unpredictable desert weather and bring snacks, water bottles, and chairs. Children under 16 must be accompanied by adults. No pets and no smoking allowed on the STL campus, and visitors must carry out all trash.

    The seasonal sky is very unpredictable and a viewing event may have to be delayed, rescheduled, or cancelled due to cloudiness, rain, or excessive wind. Check Sky’s The Limit Facebook Page or follow @STL29Palms to learn the latest status of an event, or call Steve at 650-678-0179.

  • More events
    • WOOF WALK
      9:00 AM-12:00 PM
      04-30-2016

      The 5th annual Woof walk is this April 30th from 9 am to noon in Pioneertown!

      We will have a silent auction , raffles, vendors, pet photos and animals available for adoption.

      Contests for best bling, best trick, best talker, musical sits, and most mysterious heritage.

    • Kyle Petty Charity Ride Comes to Twentynine Palms
      Kyle Petty Charity Ride Comes to Twentynine Palms
      11:47 AM-7:00 PM
      04-30-2016

      Kyle Petty Charity Ride Comes to Twentynine Palms
      Saturday, April 30
      10am-11am

      Event Description: The Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, one of the most successful and popular charity rides in the country, will be stopping in Twentynine Palms on Saturday, April 30 from 10am-11am. Former NASCAR driver and NBC Sports racing analyst Kyle Petty is leading 200 bikers and celebrities, such as Richard Petty, Herschel McGriff, Herschel Walker, Harry Gant, Rick Allen and more, on a 2,150-mile motorcycle trip to raise money for Victory Junction – a camp for children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.

      Come to 73434 Twentynine Palms to cheer on the riders, meet the celebrity guests and support the Ride! Memorabilia will be available for purchase and donations will be accepted to contribute to the Ride’s “Small Change. Big Impact.” program. Learn more at www.kylepettycharityride.com.

      Ginny Talley
      919 459 6450
      ginny@largemouthpr.com

      Acro
      73434 Twentynine Palms, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

    • THE REAL WILD WEST / STUNT SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA
      THE REAL WILD WEST / STUNT SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA
      5:00 PM-10:00 PM
      04-30-2016

      DESERT WILLOW RANCH & PIONEERTOWN WILD WEST THEATER PRESENT:

      THE REAL WILD WEST / STUNT SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA
      •free show
      •death defying…terror..intrigue..betrayal..romance..stunts
      •shoot-em-up..fun-for-all show..

      THIS WEEKS SHOW WILL FEATURE A SPECIAL TRIBUTE:
      •21 gun salute honoring ERNIE KESTER.. one of the founders of the wild west gun fight groups in Pioneertown.

      JON LINN + GAY SMITH
      760-365-2414
      linnguitars@yahoo.com

      Desert Willow Ranch IN Pioneertown
      Next to Pappy & Harriets (west of)

    • Evening With the Cosmos
      Evening With the Cosmos
      8:00 PM-11:00 PM
      04-30-2016

      Saturday, April 30 at Sky’s The Limit:

      Evening With the Cosmos

      Sky’s the Limit Observatory and Nature Center invites stargazers to spend an evening with the cosmos on Saturday, April 30 at a free public event that begins at 8:15 pm and ends aroundmidnight. The Observatory is at 9697 Utah Trail, just outside the north entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.

      Docents will set up a variety of kinds and sizes of telescopes – some manually operated and some working from battery packs – on the winding sidewalks, and guests are welcome to use them or may bring their own binoculars and scopes as well. Everyone is encouraged to bring a red flashlight to preserve night vision.

      Jupiter is still quite bright in the southeastern sky, just below the constellation Leo, offering a view of the great planet and its colorful clouds.

      Bright galaxies on display include the pair known as Bode’s Nebulae, the face-on spiral Whirlpool Galaxy, and the edge-on Sombrero Galaxy. The double stars Mizar in Ursa Major and Algieba in Leo are some of the best in the sky.

      Prominent constellations are Gemini (the Twins), Leo (the Lion), Ursa Major (the Great Bear), Virgo (the Maiden), Hydra (the Water Snake),Boötes (the Herdsman).

      Arrive around sunset to have time to visit other campus educational attractions before the cosmic tour begins at dark. Dress for unpredictable desert weather and bring snacks, water bottles, and chairs. Children under 16 must be accompanied by adults. No pets and no smoking allowed on the STL campus, and visitors must carry out all trash.

      The seasonal sky is very unpredictable and a viewing event may have to be delayed, rescheduled, or cancelled due to cloudiness, rain, or excessive wind. Check Sky’s The Limit Facebook Page or follow @STL29Palms to learn the latest status of an event, or call Steve at 650-678-0179.