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  • 03

    Scholastic Bookfair at Onaga Elementary School

    8:00 AM-12:00 PM
    Onaga Elementary School
    58001 Onaga Trail

    Scholastic Bookfair at Onaga Elementary School
    Event Date: Nov.3 thru Nov. 8
    Event Time: 8:30- 2:30

    Event Description: Onaga Elementary school will be having their book fair in the library.

    Organizer Name: Ms. Williams
    Organizer Phone Number: 7603696333
    Organizer Email:

    Venue Name: Onaga Elementary School
    Venue Address: 58001 Onaga Trail

  • 03


    6:00 PM-7:30 PM
    Yucca Valley Community Center
    57090 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Valley, CA 92284, United States


    Several members in the community are suggesting the Mara Cantelo’ s “Tender Loveing Cause” continue the Christmas event that has been so very popular and well attended over the past 30 years.

    •Who: A small group of individuals are suggesting the MARA Christmas day Tender Loveing Cause be reconstituted this year in memory of Mara Cantelo, and sustainable for future years under the leadership of a rebuild team.

    •What:We have scheduled a meeting of a team interested and willing to make a commitment in making the event happen on Christmas day 2017.

    •When:The meeting is scheduled for Nov 3rd ,6PM till 730pm

    Where: At the Yucca Valley Community Center, Cholla Room.

    •Why: In the past thirty years Mara Cantelo made it possible for those less fortunate to celebrate the Christmas holiday by providing a holiday meal, with toys/Santa for children and togetherness at a lonely time of the year.

    •How: This meeting will determine if there is interest, and commitment to providing contributions, food, toys etc.… It is a huge project and it will take many volunteers to make it a success. If you are interested and wish to volunteer your service, time and funds, please come to the meeting. The forming group is asking all in the non-profit community organizations to participate in this once a year event. We are asking local restaurants to participate in the event.

    •Please Contact Paul Hoffman, telephone 760-365-1643, and /or email

  • 04


    8:00 AM-11:00 AM


    Event Date: Saturday, November 4, 2017
    Event Time: 8am – 11am

    Event Description: Community ‘First Saturday Breakfast’
    at Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center
    65336 Winters Road
    Joshua Tree, CA 92252
    Saturday, November 4, 2017
    8am – 11am

    Come on up to the far reaches of north Joshua Tree this Saturday for our monthly Community Breakfast!

    Steve and Kip will be on the griddle making eggs, fluffy pancakes and hash browns to order.

    We’ll also have Kip’s fresh orange juice, biscuits and gravy, and toast, tea and a bottomless cup of coffee.

    Patrick, Mary Helen, Rohini, Stewart, Daniel, Dawn, Christian, Bruce, Crystal, Stephanie and other local friends and neighbors will all be on hand to make the breakfast joyful.

    All for just $7!

    All are welcome. Child’s menu is available. Bring your friends! Well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome at the outdoor patio only.

    The Treasure Room will be open so bring a few extra bucks for some one-of-a-kind desert finds.

    Bring your chessboard and play a game or three of CHESS!

    All proceeds from the Breakfast and the Treasure Room benefit our non-profit, locally-owned, volunteer-run Community Center.

    See you there!

    Organizer Name: Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center
    Organizer Phone Number:
    Organizer Email:

    Venue Name: Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center
    Venue Address: 65336 Winters Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

  • 04


    9:30 AM-12:00 PM
    Yucca Valley Senior Center
    57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy, Yucca Valley

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 9/12/2017 CONTACT:  RUTH RIEMAN  [760.364.3455] OR MARINA WEST (760. 910.3264) “Get Into the ZoNE! Pathways to Zero Net Energy Living”Desert-Wise Living Program Coming November 4, 2017Yucca Valley, CA. The Morongo Basin Conservation Association (MBCA) will host a Desert-Wise Living program Saturday November 4th, 2017 from 9:30-12pm.  In 2017 the DWL Series remains focused on the critical issues of energy and water consumption as they relate to our community’s role in local conservation and our impact on a renewable energy future. Presentations will focus on California's Zero Net Energy Residential Building program. In this 2.5-hour program, Ron Kliewer and Will Vincent from Southern California Edison will team up to introduce us to the Zero Net Energy policy and how it is applied. The policy generates changes that improve energy efficiency in our buildings, reducing our energy use and saving us money. Important to current homeowners, the speakers will cover retrofitting existing dwellings to achieve a Net Zero Energy building.Ron Kliewer has been working in the building industry on the cutting edge of energy efficiency since green was just the color of the building, not how it was built. Ron is uniquely qualified to share building perspectives about ZNE. Beginning as a carpenter, then becoming a licensed general contractor and a building science consultant, he acquired credentials critical to understanding energy efficiency. He is certified in thermography and building analysis. He has built research homes for Bonneville Power Administration and others. His work has been recognized across the industry, winning building awards such as The Leading Edge Design award and Energy Star for Small Business. Ron authored the white paper “Zero Net Energy Retrofits/Gaps Identified and Lessons Learned”. Now employed at Southern California Edison, Ron supports SCE’s Emerging Technology and Demand Response building research, including the Irvine Smart Grid, ZNE Residential, ZNE Multi-Family, ZNE Commercial, Title-24 energy code, and Battery Energy Storage field tests.Will Vicent is dedicated to re-imagining our built environment into one that is more inspired, more beautiful and more ecologically intelligent. He has been instrumental in bringing to life verified Zero Net Energy (ZNE) buildings in both the residential and commercial building sectors. In 2011, he founded a small building science consulting firm called “Between Built & Natural Environments” to help clients identify, evaluate and install cost-effective sustainable building solutions. In this capacity, he has worked closely with nationally recognized design firms, builders, research entities and investor-owned utilities. Currently, he is a member of Southern California Edison's (SCE) Energy Codes & Standards team, where he leads ZNE planning and coordination activities company-wide. Will has accepted invitations to speak on topics in building science at ASHRAE, USGBC, AEE, IBPSA, the White House and several universities.Local solar contractors, the Town of Yucca Valley Town, and others will have exhibits and be available with answers to what steps and incentives are available for individual home owners.The Program will be held at the Yucca Valley Senior Center, 57088 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Valley, CA 92284 from 9:30-noon, doors open at 9:15am.  Refreshments will be served.This Desert-Wise Living program is made possible through generous funding from the Mojave Water Agency, Southern California Edison, Hi-Desert Water District, the Twentynine Palms Water District, Bighorn Desert View Water Agency, and the Joshua Basin Water District.

  • 04

    Miss 29 Palms Scholarship Pageant Applications

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    29 Palms Elks Lodge
    6501 Barranca St in Twentynine Palms

    Miss 29 Palms Scholarship Pageant Applications
    Event Date: 4 November 2017
    Event Time: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

    Event Description: Sign up deadline for the Miss 29 Palms Scholarship Pageant is fast approaching. Applications and details are available online at the Print out the application, fill out and bring in Nov 4th from 10am to 3pm to the 29 Palms Elks Lodge located at 6501 Barranca St in Twentynine Palms. It is six months of fun and growing in the community.  If you have any questions, please call the event planner/organizer Kathie Davis-Edwards at (262) 960-2993 or email

    Organizer Name: Kathie Davis-Edwards
    Organizer Phone Number: (262) 960-2993
    Organizer Email:

    Venue Name: Miss 29 Palms Scholarship Pageant
    Venue Address: 6501 Barranca St Twentynine Palms