Keep Flies Away With One Simple Trick…It Really Works!


Keep flies away the natural way…

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I recently saw a post on facebook about this trick…and I never thought about blogging about it until now, since so many people had never heard of this, I thought it would be worth sharing.

My wife’s family has been doing this for many years to control flies the natural way. I was skeptical until we tried it ourselves. It really does work. We would just put in 1 penny and sometimes a crumbled up piece of aluminum foil in a bag, filled it with water and then hung it by a tree, under a patio umbrella or wherever pesky flies would be. It definitely works!

Below are comments on this fly control idea.

Zip-lock water bags: #1 Says: I tried the zip lock bag and pennies this weekend. I have a horse trailer. The flies were bad while I was camping. I put the baggies with pennies above the door of the LQ. NOT ONE FLY came in the trailer.The horse trailer part had many. Not sure why it works but it does!

#2 Says:Fill a zip lock bag with water and 5 or 6 pennies and hang it in the problem area. In my case it was a particular window in my home. It had a slight passage way for insects. Every since I have done that, it has kept flies and wasps away. Some say that wasps and flies mistake the bag for some other insect nest and are threatened.

#3 Says:I swear by the plastic bag of water trick. I have them on porch and basement. We saw these in Northeast Mo. at an Amish grocery store& have used them since. They say it works because a fly sees a reflection& won’t come around.

#4 Says:Regarding the science behind zip log bags of water? My research found that the millions of molecules of water presents its own prism effect and given that flies have a lot of eyes, to them it’s like a zillion disco balls reflecting light, colors and movement in a dizzying manner. When you figure that flies are prey for many other bugs, animals, birds, etc., they simply won’t take the risk of being around that much perceived action. We went from hundreds of flies to seeing the occasional one, but he didn’t hang around long.

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The Future…According to Baby Boomers


 

Baby boomers that plan to move for retirement are looking for smaller, affordable homes that are easily accessible to medical care and near their family, according to a poll of more than 1,000 adults born between 1946 and 1964 conducted by Associated Press-LifeGoesStrong.com. Baby boomers who make more than $100,000 a year are the most likely to say they plan to buy a new home during retirement. For boomers who plan to purchase a new home, the most important factors cited in a home for retirement included:

  • Smaller home (40%)
  • Near medical offices or hospitals (39%)
  • Different climate–perhaps warmer (30%)
  • More affordable home (25%)
  • Being closer to family (15%)

About 10 percent of baby boomers said they will search for a new city to relocate to that offers more services for them in retirement. Only 8 percent of baby boomers surveyed say they want a larger home for retirement, the poll finds. However, more baby boomers say they don’t have any plans to move after they retire, the poll finds. Source: The Associated Press

 

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Caruso’s *VALENTINES* OC Happenings ~ Central County


CENTRAL COUNTY

 

COSTA MESA

NOW through February 11, 2012 is the Pacific Symphony Presents: “Valentine’s Day with Roberta Flack”. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Grammy Award winner Roberta Flack visits Pacific Symphony with her intoxicating romantic ballads including “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” “Feel Like Making Love” and “Tonight I Celebrate My Love.” Flack remains one of only two artists (the other is U2) to win back-to-back Grammy Awards for Record of the Year. For more information you can call 714-755-5799. Also  on February 11th  from 8pm-Midnight at The Hotel Hanford come dance, mingle, participate in giveaways and most important, have a good time. Men are asked to wear black suits and women should dress in shades of red, pink or purple. There will be Valentine’s cards and candy hearts to giveaway to someone you have your eye on. 8 p.m.-12 midnight. For information you can call 312-488-9883. 

FOUNTAIN VALLEY

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HUNTINGTON BEACH

Starting tomorrow, February 11-12, come and experience the charm of Old World Village Just in time for Valentine’s Day! The Old World Village Chocolate & Wine Festival is sure to be an unforgettable and fun event, with something for everyone! Guests can expect to see chocolatiers, bakers, candy makers, wine vendors, and other chocolate and wine related vendors, arts and crafts and gift vendors too! Admission is FREE.

IRVINE

Valentine’s Day starting at 8pm is John Heffron Valentine’s Day Special Event! Laugh with someone special and Valentine’s Day with John Heffron. Two packages will be available; general admission and dinner. General admission includes a glass of champagne and a rose for the ladies. Dinner includes: admission, a dinner salad, your choices of entree, dessert, a glass of champagne and a rose for the ladies. Admission: $35 per person; dinner package: $70 per person.  For more information you can call (949) 854-5455.<!–googleoff: all–>  Also TONIGHT from 6-10:30 p.m at the Equinox Sports Club is the 3rd Annual Valentine’s Event<!–googleoff: all–>! Dress to impress in your favorite red apparel and give your love to children in need. The evening will begin with a wine tasting and serving of hors d’oeuvres. There will be a silent auction, wine tasting and free massages. All of the proceeds will benefit the children supported by Corazon de Vida Foundation, Steps of Hope Outreach and Foster Care Auxiliary of Orange County. For more information you can call 949-476-1144, Ext. 7.<!–googleoff: all–> Lastly, Valentine’s Day starting at 8pm is the 18th Annual Valentine’s Celebration: Men in Blaque & UCI A Capella<!–googleoff: all–>. Bring your sweetheart, friends or family and enjoy some wonderful music, conducted by Joseph Huszti. Attend a post-concert reception. For more information you can call (949) 824-2787.

LOS ALAMITOS

Coming up February 25, 2012 is the Los Alamitos ‘Race on the Base’.
The yearly event has continued to provide not only a forum for local avid runners and walkers, but has also instilled a sense of pride and teamwork between the Los Alamitos City Council, the citizens of Los Alamitos, the Rossmoor Community Services District, and the local business community. The race is held on the run ways at the Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos and features helicopters, planes and military vehicles with music throughout the course. Events and activities for the whole family! For more information you can call 562-430-1073.

NEWPORT BEACH

Saturday, January 28, 2012 from 12 – 3 pm bring your family to experience some of the same hands-on environmental education activities that you have enjoyed with the Inside the Outdoors Field Trips! Hike trails with an experienced Naturalist, participate in bird watching and join in educational activities about the estuary. Cost: Free (This program is generously sponsored by a grant.) For more information you can call (714) 708-3885.

ORANGE

Need a plan for Valentine’s Day?  Celebrate with a Valentine’s Day Dinner and Dance at Orange County Mining Co. Enjoy a table for two with a breathtaking view! This view restaurant in Orange County is truly a destination with a dining room that has “floor to ceiling picture windows” offering fabulous views of Orange County and a saloon that will take you back to the mining era. Call For Reservations! 714.997.7411.

SANTA ANA

This Sunday, February 12come and join the Bowers Museum for Sunday Afternoon Family Celebrations: Valentine’s Day. Hearts, romantic verses, tea, goodies, stories and art make this day special to spend with your loved ones. The event starts at 1:30 p.m. Free with museum admission. For more information you can call (714) 567-3600.<!–googleoff: all–> Also on February 14th at 1:30pm at the Bowers Museum is the Great Screen Icon Series: Great Romantic Movie Moments<!–googleoff: all–>.From Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton to Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Watch your favorite movie duos and romantic film scenes in this upbeat ode to on-screen love. Dr. Michael Berlin, film expert, screenwriter and producer, will enchant you with the behind-the-scenes stories from some of our most beloved films.

 SEAL BEACH

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TUSTIN

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VILLA PARK

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Caruso’s *HALLOWEEN* OC Happenings ~ Central County


 

 

CENTRAL COUNTY

 

COSTA MESA

This Sunday, October 30, 2011 from 8:00am to 11:00am is A Children’s Halloween Extravaganza ~ Pumpkins & Pancakes (Located in Crate and Barrel / Macy’s Home Store Wing, South Coast Plaza). Enjoy Plum’s Café Gourmet Pancake Breakfast, Petting Zoo, Music, Face Painting, Balloon Artists, Arts & Crafts, Caricature Drawings, Professional Photos, Hair Feather Artists, Surprise Characters, Silent Auction, Opportunity Prizes and More! This event benefits CASA Orange County, CHOC – Children’s Foundation and Orangewood Children’s Foundation. Tickets run $25 – $35. For more information you can call 714-435-2171.  Also for the older crowd Sutra is hosting a Costume Ball<!–googleoff: all–>! Dr. Mr. White will be spinning at Sutra during this special costume party starting at 9 p.m. on Oct. 29. The general admission is $20 & the event is 21-and-up only. For more information you can call 949-722-7103.<!–googleoff: all–>

FOUNTAIN VALLEY

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HUNTINGTON BEACH

TOMORROW October 29, 2011 from 12-4 pm is the annual Howling Hund (Dog) Halloween Pawty (Old World Village)! Trick or Treating for the kids & doggies at Old World Village! In addition there will be SMALL BREED DOGGY RACES at 1pm. Fabulous prizes and even a Dog Costume Contest. Your $12.95 donation will help benefit DPOC and will cover your admission & meal. This will be such a fun family outing! And for those that want to Oktoberfest later on in the evening, the Oktoberfest will take place at 6:30pm in the Festival Hall! On Sunday the 30th at Oktoberfest, Kinderfest the regular Dachshund Races will take place at 3pm and the theme is HAPPY HALLOWIENER DOGGY DRESS UP! HALLOWEEN DAY is the annual Main Street Halloween Celebration from 4 – 8pm. Free event for children of all ages, this annual Halloween celebration features games, a haunted house, petting zoo, pony rides, activity booths, inflatable rock wall, slide, obstacle course and tunnel, costume contest and more. Children can trick-or-treat along Main Street and enter into a costume contest. Also, feel free to dress up your dog and bring them along, as this event is pet friendly! For more information you can call (714) 536-8300.

IRVINE

NOW through October 30th (times vary) is an elaborate yard display in Irvine, BOOT HILL rises from the fog for its 12th year to inhabit the residence at 16 Goldenrod. The unearthly spirits from the old west town of Bridgewood will materialize for SEVEN nights, transforming the residence at 16 Goldenrod into the old church and cemetery that once occupied the land. Come if you dare…but beware the ghost of Jedediah Smith, he has been known to roam through the decaying grounds of Boot Hill. Free to all, donations are accepted with proceeds going to CHOC, Children’s Hospital of Orange County. For more information you can call 818-633-0300.

 

LOS ALAMITOS

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NEWPORT BEACH

NOW through Halloween from 5:00-9:00pm come and See the newest attraction this Halloween at Newport Dunes. This is A HAUNTING EXPERIENCE on a14, 000 square feet of haunted house fun for all family members. Fun for kids, fun for adults! The event will be located at 1131 Back Bay Drive. For more information you can call 949-729-3863. Also for the older crowd there is a Spooky Halloween Party and CAPS Fundraiser<!–googleoff: all–>! A spooky evening filled with surprises, costume contests, complimentary appetizers (from 8-9:30 p.m.), raffles, live music, a special 7:30-8:30 p.m. Happy Hour, and more. This event benefits the Companion Animal Protection Society. The event starts at 7:30 p.m.-closing on Oct. 29th. Located at Annabel 81 Restaurant, The event is $15 CASH at the door and the event is for 21-and-up only. For more information you can call 312-488-9883.<!–googleoff: all–>
ORANGE

NOW through October 31, 2011 opening at 10am is the Irvine Park Railroad – Pumpkin Patch! Irvine Park Railroad’s 5th annual pumpkin patch is fun for the entire family! The pumpkin patch opens daily at 10:00 am beginning September 17th through October 31st. Activities include train rides, hay rides, a haunted house, a hay maze, pony rides, a moon bounce, panning for gold, face painting (weekends only), picture stands, the Orange County Zoo, and a lot more. Admission into the pumpkin patch is free. Prices for all other activities vary. Additional activities inside of the park include Irvine Park Rentals’ paddle boats and Wheel Fun Rentals® bikes (single surrey bikes, deuce coupes, choppers, beach cruises and more), the Orange County Zoo and pony rides. School and group discounts available for Pumpkin Patch tours.

SANTA ANA

October 29 & 30, 2011 from 10 am – 5 pm you can Trick or Treat at Discovery Science Center! Visit Discovery Science Center during Halloween weekend for a fun, spooky and safe trick-or-treating adventure for the family! Free with admission to museum! For more information you can call 714-542-2823. Also October 28-30 is the annual BOO at the Zoo from 5:30 – 8 pm!  This family-friendly costumed extravaganza will bring FUN, SAFE, trick-or-treating in a “Merry not Scary” Zoo atmosphere, with educational animal presentations, storytelling, and entertainment throughout the evening, with a grand finale costume parade! For the older kids, we also offer “Teen Scream,” a haunted house filled with thrills and chills. This attraction has a separate entrance, but is included with the price of admission. $12/person (only $6/Member) ages 2 & up children under 2 free. For more information you can call 714-953-8555. Lastly for the older crowd TONIGHT & tomorrow is the annual Ghosts of Old Orange County Tour starting at 7:00 (gates open at 6:00pm). Come and meet the Spirits from Orange County and California history as they tell stories of how the state and county were formed. You will journey through Heritage Museum’s seven-acre site in this after-dark living history program for adults and children in 3rd grade or higher. The tour will run approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. Admission is $12 per person, reservations are required. An Autumn Meal and warm beverages will be available for purchase, courtesy of the Victorian Tea Society. For more information or to make reservations you can call 714-540-0404.

SEAL BEACH

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TUSTIN

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VILLA PARK

SUNDAY, October 30, 2011 from 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM is Halloween Fest!  
The night before Halloween, the VP Towne Center suddenly becomes the happy haunting grounds for young ghosts, goblins, a few pirates, some skeletons, and lots of princesses who have escaped from their local castles. This annual event includes a costume contest, hayride from the parking area, crafts, treats and more! For more information you can call (714) 998-1500.

 

*As seen in the ocregister.com & orangecounty.net

 

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Michael Caruso, Broker ABR ABRM CLHMS CRB CRS GREEN GRI

Past President, Orange County Association of Realtors (949) 753-7900

 

Caruso’s OC Happenings ~ Central County


CENTRAL COUNTY

 

COSTA MESA

Coming up November 17 – 18, 2011 is Disney’s most acclaimed and beloved film on stage! Arts & Learning Conservatory presents: ‘Beauty & the Beast’!
General Seating: $10, VIP: $15, Family 4-Pack: $35. For more information you can call (714) 728-7100.

FOUNTAIN VALLEY

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HUNTINGTON BEACH

NOW through October 30th is the annual Octoberfest! If you love to drink beer, eat bratwürst and sauerkraut and enjoy dancing to “Oompah-pa music directly from Linzerbuben, Austria, then you’ll love the Oktoberfest at Old World Village with its traditional German festivity. Complete with German bands imported from Europe, dancing, and imported beers (of course) and tasty German foods from bratwürst to potato salad to hot pretzels and apple strudel, Oktoberfest has something for everyone. For more information you can call 714-647-7107.

IRVINE

Coming up Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. is the Great Park Pumpkin Harvest! Celebrate the harvest season at the third annual Great Park Pumpkin Harvest, the Orange County Great Park Halloween celebration and food drive benefiting the Orange County Food Bank and the Second Harvest Food Bank. In addition to a scarecrow display, there will be a mini hay maze, art & crafts activities, a petting zoo, a pumpkin patch and carnival-style games. Free Admission, $10 parking

 

LOS ALAMITOS

Sunday, October 23, 2011 from 9-4 is the Wings, Wheels and Rotors Expo! This event is a great mix of civilian and military helicopters and aircraft, plus a custom car show featuring classics, muscle cars and more than 300 varieties plus a vendor fair with more than 100 exhibitors selling food and car or aircraft related items. This family event also has games, a kid’s corner and live entertainment. The event is located on the Joint Forces Training Base.

NEWPORT BEACH

Going on now, Gray Whales migrate annually along the west coast of North America. They can be seen from the Orange County coast from December through early April. Since the Gray Whales migrate just a few miles off the coast, simple cruises from Dana Point and Newport Beach enable you to see these spectacular creatures in their natural habitat. You can book cruises at the following locations: Davey’s Locker Whale Watching & Newport Landing Whale Watching.
ORANGE

NOW through October 31, 2011 opening at 10am is the Irvine Park Railroad – Pumpkin Patch! Irvine Park Railroad’s 5th annual pumpkin patch is fun for the entire family! The pumpkin patch opens daily at 10:00 am beginning September 17th through October 31st. Activities include train rides, hay rides, a haunted house, a hay maze, pony rides, a moon bounce, panning for gold, face painting (weekends only), picture stands, the Orange County Zoo, and a lot more. Admission into the pumpkin patch is free. Prices for all other activities vary. Additional activities inside of the park include Irvine Park Rentals’ paddle boats and Wheel Fun Rentals® bikes (single surrey bikes, deuce coupes, choppers, beach cruises and more), the Orange County Zoo and pony rides. School and group discounts available for Pumpkin Patch tours.

SANTA ANA

NOW through March 4, 2012 the Renowned Terra Cotta Warriors Return To Bowers Museum. With Over 150 Exceptional Chinese Works Of Art Acquired For Use In The Afterlife By Men And Women Of Power, Wealth And Taste. Visitors will see spectacular recent discoveries from the Qin-era imperial tomb of the ruthless First Emperor Qin Shihuangdi including a chariot horse and four terra cotta warriors one of which is the only known warrior with a face painted green. Seldom seen outside of China are the intricately carved miniature armies that once guarded the tombs of Han emperors and their aristocracy. The Tang dynasty was the height of taste and luxury; from the royal tombs and temples of the imperial city of Xi’an is an opulent showing of wealth: gold, silver, and gemstones. Among these treasures is a set of four nesting boxes that once held Buddha’s finger bone and is still considered one of the most holy religious relics. Visit bowers.org for more information on activities and events. For more information you can call (714) 567-3679. Tickets can be purchased online at museumtix.com or via phone at Ticketmaster (877.250.8999).

SEAL BEACH

RIP ~  Our thoughts & prayers go out to the families & friends of  the shooting victims in the horrific Seal Beach hair salon shooting.

TUSTIN

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VILLA PARK

Coming up Sunday, October 30, 2011 from 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM is Halloween Fest!  
The night before Halloween, the VP Towne Center suddenly becomes the happy haunting grounds for young ghosts, goblins, a few pirates, some skeletons, and lots of princesses who have escaped from their local castles. This annual event includes a costume contest, hayride from the parking area, crafts, treats and more! For more information you can call (714) 998-1500.

 

*As seen in the ocregister.com & orangecounty.net

 

And thank you for making me Your Orange County Real Estate Connection.     

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Best regards,

Michael Caruso, Broker ABR ABRM CLHMS CRB CRS GREEN GRI

Past President, Orange County Association of Realtors (949) 753-7900

 

Caruso’s End of the Summer Housing Market Update!


 

Since we have come to an end of the summer I thought I would provideyou with an end of the summer real estate sales and inventory report. Specifics include Orange County and a look at how we compare to the National trends.

August 2011 Real Estate search results are in and Orange County, CA was the #16 most searched market in the country during August 2011. This is based on data released recently by Realtor.com, which is the #1 homes for sale Real Estate search web site.

The median list prices for homes in Orange County, CA hit $449,000 in August 2011, a -6.44% decrease from one year ago this month, and -0.22% decrease from July 2011.  The national median list price in August 2011 was $189,900, a 0.48% increase compared to August 2010.  The median decrease is a result of more homes selling in the lower price bands.

The active “for sale” inventory of homes in Orange County, CA in August 2011 leveled out at 15,828, a -12.10% decrease compared to August 2010.  The National inventory counts for August 2011 were 2,267,327, a -19.00% decrease as compared to a year ago.  

The median age of inventory in Orange County, CA in August was 87 days, a 1.16% increase compared to July 2011.  Nationally, the median age of inventory was 103 days, a 6.19% increase to July.

 

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Michael Caruso, Broker ABR ABRM CLHMS CRB CRS GREEN GRI

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Caruso’s OC Happenings ~ Central County


 

CENTRAL COUNTY

 

COSTA MESA

Saturday Sept. 24, 2011 will be the “Cruisin’ for a Cure Car Show” located at the OC Fair & Expo Center. This event is the world’s largest one day car show dedicated to helping find a cure for Prostate Cancer.

FOUNTAIN VALLEY

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HUNTINGTON BEACH

Coming up Saturday September 17, 2011 between 9:00am – 12:00pm is the Annual Southern California Brain Tumor Walk. The Southern California Brain Tumor Walk is an inspirational, all-ages fundraising walk and community day to support the brain tumor cause. Form a team of family, friends and co-workers and help make a difference in the fight against brain tumors! There is an optional 5K walk (wheelchair & stroller accessible) with food, music, prizes and more.

IRVINE

Coming up September 10 is the Orange County Beer Festival – Irvine
September 10, 2011. Join us for our Annual Brew Ha Ha Beer Festival. We will have it all… Custom Craft and Import Beers from some of the best breweries around, awesome food, live entertainment, beer seminars, all at the best location in Orange County. This is one beer fest where you won’t feel like you are choosing from the same brands you can get in your grocery store. For more information you can visit www.OCBrewHaHa.com or email Info@OCBrewHaHa.com or call 949-363-1774.

LOS ALAMITOS

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NEWPORT BEACH

Monday, August 29, 2011 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm is the Spa Gregorie’s Women are Wonderful Expo (200 Newport Center Dr., Ste. 100).Women are Wonderful: In Full Bloom, is a women’s expo offering exhibits, participatory demonstrations, presentations and spa’licious gifts–all while giving back to deserving charitable causes. Over 50 vendors will be participating including experts in the Spa and Wellness industry (such as beauty maven experts Clarisonic & Epicuren), local boutiques, fitness studios, wellness services, fashion and more. For ladies looking to “cash in” on their experience, bring your “outdated fine jewelry, charms, gold & precious metals” to the Hidden Treasures booth, and take home $$$ in exchange right on the spot. For more information you can call 949-644-6672.

ORANGE

Mark your calendars for the International Street Fair coming up September 2-4! The event includes International foods, crafts, folk dancing and music. There will be many different ethnic foods and costume. The Street Fair has become known for the variety of food reflecting cuisine from around the world. They provide food, drinks, entertainment and crafts to the visitors. The Street Fair is located in a four-square block area radiating out from the center of the Orange Plaza, which is the intersection of Chapman and Glassell.

SANTA ANA

NOW through September 11th the Discovery Science Center Presents: WaterWorks: Soak Up the Science! It’s H20 from A2Z at WaterWorks: Soak up the Science this summer at Discovery Science Center. Immerse yourself in stimulating, hands-on learning experiences that will quench your thirst for the playful, powerful and precious world of water. Explore how water gets physical by creating a perfect rainbow, capturing a raindrop and examining snowflakes. Dive into the “Water Quiz” to test your knowledge of water and learn about water quality and management and the stresses that are being put on this natural resource. For more information you can call 714-542-2823.

SEAL BEACH

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TUSTIN

Coming up September 30th, October 1st and 2nd 2011 is Tiller Days at Columbus Tustin Park. Tustin Tiller Days has been a regular event in Tustin since 1957. The event provides an opportunity for Tustin to celebrate Orange County’s agricultural heritage. The event also features a Parade (on Saturday at 10 am), carnival, rides, food and entertainment. For more information you can call 714-573-3326.

VILLA PARK

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*As seen in the ocregister.com & orangecounty.net

 

And thank you for making me Your Orange County Real Estate Connection.     

www.MichaelCarusoRealEstate.com

Best regards,

Michael Caruso, Broker ABR ABRM CLHMS CRB CRS GREEN GRI

Past President, Orange County Association of Realtors (949) 753-7900