Come have fun at our Gymtrix Flip for Friday on March 31, 2017 for “Dance Craze” Night! Enjoy fun activities or just hang out with friends! No membership required, kids ages 4-18 are welcome. Cost is $15. Pizza, drinks & ice cream will be available. Flip for Friday is every Friday from 6:30pm to 10pm (You can come at 5pm for just $5 more!) Gymtrix is located at 2358 Tavern Rd. (Next to Boulder Oaks Elementary School) For more info call 619-659-8772 or email Karen Smith at email@example.com. Visit our website at www.gymtrixinc.com
Alpine Woman’s Club Monthly Luncheon April 18th at 11:30 am. The Alpine Woman’s Club is open to all East County Women. The club is located in the Alpine Town Hall, 2156 Alpine Blvd. This month they will recognize their Past Presidents. Each past president will give a short talk about their time as president.
The club’s Mission is to provide opportunities for women to meet and socialize, to maintain the Historic Alpine Town Hall and to hold fundraiser’s for their scholarship fund. So far, they have given away $120,000 in scholarships to local college bound students. If you are a senior in high school and live in Alpine then you qualify to apply for a scholarship. Deadline is May 31st. Go to their website for further information.
The Woman’s Club also holds special events each year. The Victorian Tea will be on May 20th and the Christmas Home Tour will be on December 16th. If you are interested in learning more about the club then please make a reservation to attend their monthly meeting/luncheon. Contact Joanie Bogle firstname.lastname@example.org or (619) 328-5728. Information about events and programs can also be found on their website at www.alpinewomansclub.org or their Facebook page!
In 1993 the Alpine Woman’s Club held their first Victorian Tea in the historic Town Hall. The perfect setting for such an elegant affair. Each year the ladies present a menu centered around small cakes, sandwiches, assorted sweets and, of course, tea. Ladies will be embellished with jaunty chapeaus and elegant attire.
Afternoon tea was created by Anna, Duchess of Bedford, in 1840. This ritual became so popular among affluent classes that it became one of the mainstays of British life. Beginning in both America and England in the late l880’s, fine hotels began to offer tea service in Tea Rooms and Tea Courts. Victorian ladies and their gentlemen would meet in the late afternoon for tea and conversation.
The Alpine Woman’s Club Victorian Tea has been compared to the teas at the Hotel Del Coronado and Westgate Hotel. This is the perfect venue to showcase your finest hat, share good conversation with good friends and introduce your daughter or granddaughter to their first Victorian Tea. What a wonderful experience for any young lady ages 8 years and up. Entertainment will feature piano music by William D. Young, playing songs from yesteryear. Rhyann Cope will be singing songs of the era. There will also be a raffle, door prizes and other surprises. Period attire is recommended but not required. If you wear a hat you will receive a free raffle ticket. If you wear a period outfit you will be entered in the Fashion Show Contest. Lots of fun and surprises.
This year’s event will be on Saturday May 20th There are only two sittings one at 11:30am and another at 2:30pm. Space is limited so please reserve your place early. Cost is $50 per person and the proceeds go towards their Scholarship, Preservation and Education Foundation.
To order your tickets please make a check out to Alpine Woman’s Club and mail to Joanie Bogle, 10328 Hawley Road, El Cajon CA 92021. Please note which seating you wish to attend. For further information you can contact Joanie 619-328-5728 or email@example.com.
March 22, 2017 – THE ALPINE INN IS OPEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!
UPDATE 3-23-17 ALPINE HAS COME THROUGH AND SPONSORED ALL THE BANDS! It looks like the Summer concerts WILL BE HAPPENING! If you still want to donate to the community center they definitely need the $ for many other things! http://www.alpinecommunitycenter.com/
The Alpine Community Center and the San Diego County Library, Alpine Branch, are bringing back the Summer Concerts in the Park! But…since we rely solely on donations and fundraisers to run the center, we need sponsorship’s to make it happen. You can sponsor a band or contribute to part of the costs of one. Your family or business name will be acknowledged at the concert and on our advertising materials. The concerts are free to everyone and will be held on Friday evenings, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, on the following dates: June 30th, July 14th, July 28th, August 11th and August 25th.
You can mail in a check or come in and see us at 1830 Alpine Blvd or call and talk to us about Sponsoring! For more information contact Cindi Robertson at the Alpine Community Center (619) 445-7330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember, we are a 501 © (3) non-profit organization so your donation is tax deductible. Our Federal ID Number is 95-22392193.
Alpine Garden Club Presents the Waterwise & Butterflies Plant Sale & Festival in Alpine! ONE DAY ONLY! Join us Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 9am to 4pm at the Christ the King Epicsopal Church (1460 Midway Dr., Alpine) Birds of Prey & Hummingbirds, Garden Vendors, Opportunity Drawings, Silent Auctions. Please also join us for the Monarch Mania Butterfly Releases and Monarch Host Plants for sale at Barons Market at 12pm! Sponsored by Alpine Creek Town Center & Barons Market. For more info please contact info contact Hilde at 619.659.8707 or EMAIL HERE or Gwen EMAIL HERE
Alpine Kiwanis will host its 63rd Annual Easter Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, April 16, from 7 to 11:30 am, at the Alpine Elementary School, 1850 Alpine Boulevard, in Alpine. Youngsters can dye eggs, decorate cookies, hunt for plastic eggs filled with rewards and hang out with the Easter Bunny. You’re invited to hop on over to enjoy pancakes, sausage, eggs and more—all while benefiting local charities and events sponsored by Kiwanis. The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians is a major sponsor of this event and has a long tradition of sharing with the community as well as their brothers and sisters in Baja Norte. Their sponsorship of this Kiwanis event as well as others demonstrates that commitment to our community.
Tickets are available for a $5 donation for adults and $2 for children 12 and younger. For more information, go to www.alpinekiwanis.org.
Alpine Kiwanis President Jerry Hines said the annual Easter morning community tradition was started in 1954 by Carmelo Manuele, who was then the club’s president. Manuele joined the new foothills Kiwanis club in 1951, 13 days after it started. Always busy, the Kiwanis Club of Alpine is the third largest one in the California-Nevada-Hawaii Kiwanis district. Its 130+ members are known for their dedicated community service. Fore more info please contact Charles Nelson at 619.445.2183 or EMAIL HERE
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