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“Wild in the Country” Event at Lions, Tigers and Bears in Alpine – May 18, 2019

Visit with the BIG CATS & BEARS at our Wild in the Country” fundraiser Event at Lions, Tigers and Bears on Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 2pm to 6pm. (VIP reception from 1pm to 1pm) Dining, Dancing, Entertainment, Live Auction, Silent Auction and tons of FAMILY FUN! Special guest host Whitney Cummings! Tickets must be purchased in ADVANCE. Please RSVP for the best seating or by May 11. This event will take place RAIN OR SHINE! Please see all ticket prices and purchasing info in the flyer below. Sponsorships and underwriting available! Lions Tigers & Bears Animal Sanctuary is located at 24402 Martin Way, Alpine, CA 91901. Call (619) 659-8078 or visit our website at www.lionstigersandbears.org

Backroom Beer Pairing at Barons Market Benefits “Second Chance Dog Rescue”- May 22, 2019

Backroom Beer Pairing at Barons Market – May 22, 2019

  • Barons Market and Second Chance Beer Co. to partner for fundraiser to give rescue animals a second chance 
  • Foodies to gather at seven market locations to raise funds for charities throughout 2019

WHAT:

Neighbors of Barons Market’s seven stores will enjoy delectable bites and brews on patios and stockrooms during a springtime-themed Backroom Beer Pairing on May 22. Barons Market employees will serve up delicious favorites like a mushroom and beef flatbread and spicy fish tacos, complimented by hand-selected brews from Second Chance Beer Co. (an Over the Line Lager in this case).

 

WHY:

Barons Market transforms its stock rooms and loading docks into a food and brew speakeasy for the night during its quarterly Backroom Beer Pairings. It donates all its ticket revenue to charity—this time it’s to Second Chance Dog Rescue and Animal Friends of the Valleys. Last year, Barons Market donated more than $25,000 to charity from this initiative.

 

MENU:

  • Goat Cheese Crostini + Balsamic Onion Jam paired with Mulligan Amber Ale
  • Barons Thai Coconut Curry Soup paired with Clever Hoppy Name Pale Ale
  • Spicy Fish Tacos paired with Seize the IPA
  • Mushroom & Beef Flatbread + Blue Cheese paired with Over the Line Lager

 

ABOUT OUR PARTNERS:

Second Chance Dog Rescue is one of San Diego’s largest organizations dedicated to saving homeless dogs. Animal Friends of the Valleys promotes humane care of animals through proactive animal services programs. Second Chance Beer Co. is a San Diego-based microbrewery focused on seizing each day, and its products are in Barons’ alcohol selection year-round.

 

QUOTES:

“Our store is at its most lively during our Backroom Beer Pairings,” says Rachel Shemirani, senior vice president of Barons Market. “Between the sold-out tickets and the giving spirit of the events, there’s no better way to spend an early summer evening in San Diego. Our team is comprised of dog-people, too, so the fact that we get to partner with two animal rescues this month is icing on the cake.”

 

“Each time I attend a Backroom Beer Pairing, I meet a new friend,” says Carmen Ring, Barons Market shopper. “Of course I also leave with a new favorite beer and a grocery cart full of food, but that’s just part of the fun. I love how Barons makes giving back to our community so accessible, too.”

 

Additional details and contact:

  • Organization: Barons Market
  • Date/ time: Wednesday, May 22 from 6 to 8 p.m.
  • Location: Seven Barons Market locations (not including the newest Menifee store)
  • Tickets: $15, available here: baronsmarket.com/baronsdoesbeer/
  • Interviews available: Rachel Shemirani, Barons Market senior vice president – contact Shannon Sneade
  • Link to use in your story: baronsmarket.com

25th Annual Alpine Community Church Rummage Sale – May 10 & 11, 2019

Come shop around and find hidden treasures at Alpine Community Church’s 25th Annual RUMMAGE SALE – East County’s Biggest and Best Rummage Sale EVER! Friday, May 10, 2019 & Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 8am to 3pm at Alpine Community Church (2225 W. Victoria Drive) There will be tons of clothing, toys, kitchenware, linens, jewelry, crafts, shoes, furniture, books, videos, CDs, sporting goods, tools, yard equipment, and MORE! All with great low prices! This sale has a reputation for being the cleanest, most organized rummage sale in the county and draws shoppers from the entire San Diego region.

Church members as well as local Alpine residents save their gently used items and donate to the church, which has been collecting items for the last few months. Starting the week of May 6, members volunteer to inspect, sort and clean all items that have been donated.  All electric items are tested to make sure they are in working order.  Alpine Kiwanis Club members come on Thursday morning and install their tents in the parking lot at 2225 W. Victoria, across from the Women’s Club, and church volunteers then move all items out and organize them for the sale that begins at 8am on Friday morning.

Many Alpine residents look forward to this Rummage Sale, because of the bargains that await them.  Organizer Donna Boyer states, “We begin pricing items early in the week.  Prices are set low – the goal is to sell all that we have collected and we set prices so items will sell quickly”.  Trustee Vern Sonksen explains, “The Rummage Sale is our biggest fundraiser of the year.  While the money helps the church budget, we also hope that it will benefit the Alpine community.”

Members of the church are also available to pick up any items that people in the community would like to donate.  The church does not accept used computer equipment, old console televisions, nor do they accept used recliners.  According to Sonksen, “these items don’t sell and are very difficult for us to move around on sale days.”

Donations are welcome! For more information call 619-445-2110 or visit our website at alpinecommunitychurch.com.  For pickups, call Tom at 619-885-8063.

DONATIONS WANTED for the Alpine Community Church Rummage Sale in May 2019

The Alpine Community Church is accepting donations for the annual Rummage Sale. From April 17, 2019 through Wednesday, May 8. Donations such as clothing, working electronics, working appliances, furniture, jewelry, gardening tools, holiday decorations, linens, kitchen utensils, toys and baby furniture, paintings, books and pet items will be accepted.  Monetary donations are also welcome. Please contact the church office at (619) 445-2110 between 9:00 a.m. – noon to setup an appointment for you to drop off your donations from April 17 – May 8. If you can not drop off your donated rummage sale items, call the church office to schedule pick up. The Rummage Sale will be Friday, May 10 and Saturday May 11 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Got questions? Contact Barbara Nelson at 619-301-8561 or EMAIL HERE. The Alpine Community Church is located at 2225 W. Victoria Dr. Alpine, CA 91901 (619) 445-2110. Visit our website at www.AlpineUCC.org

“HORSES AND THEIR HEROES” Open House at Horses of Tir Na Nog Sanctuary – April 28, 2019

“Horses and Their Heroes” Open House. Horses of Tir Na Nog Sanctuary invites you to visit on Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 10am– 1pm to meet our ranch residents and local heroes, including those from CAL Fire and County of San Diego Department of Animal Services.  We hope that you will make plans to visit the ranch and meet the newest residents, as well as visit with old friends. Youngsters, and the young at heart, are welcome to dress as heroes. This family-friendly event is FREE, but we do ask that you RSVP by April 23 at horsesoftirnanog.org or email eventsforhorses@ymail.com. We will respond to your RSVP with directions to the ranch. We are located in Guatay, just east of Descanso.

In 2018 the number of horses in our care increased dramatically with several horses arriving from County of San Diego Department of Animal Services and eight from HiCaliber Horse Rescue and other local rescues in need. And of course, between August 2018 and January 2019 our mustang herd more than quadrupled in size. In order to meet the challenges this growth has brought, we have a special request for this year’s open house.

When you come, bring a friend! Help us share the magic of Tir Na Nog at this once-a-year open house.

www.horsesoftirnanog.org

 

2-Day Community Rummage Sale at the Pine Valley Clubhouse – April 27 & 28, 2019

2-Day Community Rummage Sale Benefiting Descanso Elementary School on Saturday April 27, 2019 from 8am-1pm and Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 9am-1pm at the Pine Valley Clubhouse (28890 Old Hwy 80, Pine Valley, CA 91962)

Donations: Drop off your gently used items on Friday, April 26 between 3:00pm-6:30pm at the Pine Valley Clubhouse. *Due to limited space, large items subjected to approval.

Vendors: All vendors welcome! Personal or Business – $15.00 for (1) day or $25.00 for both days. Cash or checks payable to Pine Valley Descanso PTA. Vendor spots are 10×10 and spaces are first come first served. Pick up a vendor form located at Major’s Restaurant or Contact Angela Sherwood for further questions at Ang.3481@hotmail.com

“HOPPY TRAILS”: Guided Hike in Wright’s Field w/ Alpine Beer Company & Back Country Land Trust – April 20, 2019

Saturday, April 20, 2019 – “Hoppy Trails” w/ Alpine Beer Company
10am-12pm Guided Hike: Native Plants and Wildflowers (Ticketed Event) Join Alpine Beer Company and the Back Country Land Trust for a guided walking tour of Wright’s Field followed by a tasty brew back at the Alpine Beer Company Tasting Room or The Pub! Late spring is the perfect time to see our native plants and wildflowers. Hike leader/botanist Scott McMillan will help you identify native plants and trees, and we will visit the endangered Thornmint restoration area. Proceeds from the hike will directly benefit our local non-profit Back Country Land Trust.

Guided hike & beer is $20. Children under 12 are welcome for FREE. Children 12+ are $15. *Get Tickets HERE

 

Back Country Land Trust (BCLT) Wright’s Field Upcoming Events & Volunteer Opportunities

Saturday, April 27, 2019 – Creek to Bay Cleanup w/ I Love A Clean San Diego
9am-12pm Meet at Alpine Regional Center – 1620 Alpine Blvd

Saturday, May 4, 2019 – “Let’s Talk About a Park” Guided Fenceline Hike at Wright’s Field
10am-12pm Meet at the trailhead near Old Ranch – 2500 South Grade Road

Saturday, May 18, 2019 – San Diego River Days: Native Plant Walk
10am-12pm Meet at trailhead behind JMMS – 1951Tavern Road

Saturday, June 1, 2019 – National Trails Day at Wright’s Field
9am-12pm Meet at trailhead behind JMMS – 1951 Tavern Road. All volunteer hours may be certified for community service and student school requirements. Please wear appropriate work clothes and footwear. Sun protection and water bottle recommended.

 

Please contact us by phone or email with questions or to RSVP for any of these events. All volunteer hours may be certified for community service and student school requirements.

Contact Jon Green at Back Country Land Trust (BCLT) at 619.504.8181 or email
backcountrylandtrust@gmail.com

Visit our website at www.backcountrylandtrust.org

Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BackCountryLandTrust/

Don’t Miss This Year’s Vintage Alpine Wine & Food Tasting Event on May 5, 2019! Get Your Tickets Now!

The Alpine Kiwanis Club invites the public to attend the 29th Annual Vintage Alpine fundraiser to be held from 1 – 4 pm, on May 5 by the nonprofit Kiwanis Club of Alpine Foundation, Inc. This amazing “Wine & Food Experience in the Country” will take place within the lovely gardens of Summers Past Farms at 15602 Olde Highway 80.

Tickets are only $70 in advance and will be $80 at the door. Click here for tickets

The event includes live music in a garden setting, a silent auction, and opportunities to meet wine and food specialists.

Attendees will be sampling premium wines from California and around the world, and will also taste the best that restaurants offer throughout San Diego County. Relaxing live music and a silent auction are also featured at the event. “Vintage Alpine attendees often get to chat with people they haven’t seen in years,” said Club President, Bob Soto. “It’s a very good time, and a good way to raise money for community needs.”

Special thanks to our generous sponsors and for making this event possible!

  • Viejas Enterprises
  • Summers Past Farms
  • Alpine Creek Town Center
  • Serves You Right Catering
  • Keller Williams
  • Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc
  • Southwest Entrances, Inc.
  • Grossmont Escrow Co.
  • Sonnet Gypsy Ranch
  • Postal Annex of Alpine
  • Crystal Geyser
  • San Diego Ice Company
  • Tractor Supply Co.

 

All proceeds from the annual wine, beer and food tasting are used to provide services and programs for children in the San Diego area.

To learn more about Vintage Alpine and the Kiwanis Club of Alpine, visit www.VintageAlpine.org. No one under 21 will be admitted.

Huge Fundraising Rummage Sale at the Alpine American Legion – April 13, 2019

RUMMAGE SALE!!!!!! Saturday April 13, 2019 at the Alpine American Legion Post 258 (3328 Alpine Blvd) beginning at 7am. Have things you want to donate? Want to clean out your garage, closet, storage? Want to support our veterans? We are currently accepting ANYTHING for our fundraising rummage sale!! Please see the bartender on duty (We open at 1pm during the week) to drop off items or call (619) 445-2221. The coffee will be on and the bar open at 7am. Come go through others’ junk and find your treasures! Anything left over will be donated to the Disabled American Veterans.

LOVE FOR LUKE Fundraiser: FREE STREET TACOS at San Diego Estates Realty – March 29, 2019

FREE TACOS! Street Taco Fest!

Join us on Friday March 29, 2019 from 3pm to 6pm for a Fundraiser for Luke at San Diego Estates Realty located at 1935 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Taco Shop will be serving up FREE Street Tacos! Luke is an 8 year old Alpine resident who attends Boulder Oaks Elementary School. He was diagnosed with High Risk Leukemia on December 26, 2018. He is currently going through Chemotherapy. To help his family with finances, the community of Alpine is banding together to help him fight this terrible disease. For more info contact Chuck Walker at 619-922-0841.