Looking for a place to call home?? JUST REDUCED adorable 2 bedroom condo with loft is available in the delightful town of Aliso Viejo. BUT that’s not it! There is also a special buyer incentive if you purchase this property. Call Michael Caruso today to find out more detail! You don’t want to miss out on this perfect condo! Or visit our website www.MichaelCarusoRealEstate.com or 949-753-7900.
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Coming up November 5th is the 2nd Annual National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week: Hunger Bowl (Neighborhood Congregational Church 340 St. Ann’s Dr). Soup tastes and fixings, desserts and soft drinks donated by Laguna Beach restaurants. Art by Laguna Beach Homeless will be for sale. There will also be a Silent Auction featuring uniquely designed bowls donated by professional artists. The event benefits the Laguna Relief and Resource Coalition. Tickets are $45 each. For more information you can call 949-280-2885
October 30th from 10-11am you are invited to join us for a morning of hair-raising fun at the Laguna Hills Community Center! Our Ghostly Affair includes ghoulish snacks, exciting games, Halloween crafts, tons of prizes, and plenty of opportunities for great pictures – so don’t forget your camera! Dress up in your favorite costume and join the fun! For ages 6 and younger. The event is $8 for residents, $13 for non-residents. For more information you can visit https://activenet4.active.com/lagunahillscs/ or call 949-707-2680.
October 28-30th is the 10th annual Haunted Trails. What’s left of the world in the year 2050? Walk through “Niguel-O-Tropolis” where you will explore cities of the future! Small groups will be escorted by guides weaving through the back alleys of New York City, and experiencing the creatures in San Francisco’s China town, or walking through the subway maze that will take you into Central Park. Watch out for street people, gangs, and New Orleans zombies as you end your visit in the swamp graveyard. The event is held from 6:30-10:30pm and tickets are $10 a person. The urban horror of “Niguel-O- Tropolis” is “Very Scary” and not recommended for children under 8 years of age. Wear comfortable shoes to walk along the trail. For more information you can call 949-362-4351 ext 1.
Calling all Pet Lovers! Coming up November 11 is Family Pet Day Extravaganza at Pittsford Park (21701 Pittsford Dr)! The event is from 11am-3pm and is FREE. There will be information booths, vendors and entertainment for two and four-legged friends. So put on your hat and bring your furry friends for an afternoon of family fun! For more information you can call 949-461-3450.
Tomorrow October 30 the public is invited to attend Hometown Halloween, a fun-filled community celebration that caters to all ages. The colorful event is from 4 to 8 p.m. on at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center (24932 Veterans Way). The event includes game booths, crafts and pony and hay rides. The Halloween celebration features tasty fare and the Wacky Whitchin’ Kitchen, a pint-sized haunted house. Trick-or-treating kicks off at 6 p.m. and lasts until the candy runs out. Kids decked out in their favorite costume will enjoy walking the red carpet during the costume parade hosted by Big Bird and Elmo. Masks are not allowed on anyone over the age of 12. For more information, call 949-768-0981 and press 3 for recreation.
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Coming up November 6th is a Tail of Two Cities “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs”
starting at 4:00 pm to be held at the beautiful Talega Golf Club. The event benefits the animals at the Pro-humane San Clemente – Dana Point Animal Shelter. Ticket price of $100.00 will include appetizers, dinner and 2 drinks with live music, silent auctions and prizes!
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO
October 29-31 is the Haunted House of Illusions (Zax Studios 33155 Camino Capistrano, Suite B, San Juan Capistrano). Not your ordinary Haunted House, this Magic Show with a Haunted Twist will leaves the hairs on your neck standing up as you try to figure out, “How did they do that?” Tickets are $8 each and will be sold at Sponsoring Businesses throughout the Capistrano Valley. The recommended age range is 8 years old and up. The event is benefiting the Capistrano Unified School District Foundation. For more information you can call (949) 388-5802
And thank you for making me Your Orange County Real Estate Connection.
Michael Caruso, Broker ABR ABRM CLHMS CRB CRS GREEN GRI
2007 President, Orange County Association of Realtors (949) 753-7900