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FALL IS HERE!
PELTZER FARMS IS NOW OPEN THROUGH OCTOBER 31ST
Lots and Lots of Picture Opportunities!
Head out to Wine Country on Rancho California Road (away from the freeway)…Left on Calle Contento…the farm will be on your left shortly…You can’t miss it.
Solve the Corn Maze (FREE)!
Check out the Gardens!
Root for Your Favorite Pig @ the Pig Races (FREE)
Pan for Gold!
Fun Petting Zoo with a variety of Cute Animals
Make your Kids Pose a lot….
Buy Your Pumpkins and Support our Local Farmer!
What a gorgeous setting! Come check it out! Click on the Peltzer Farms Link to verify dates and times you are planning to go.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TEMECULA’S WINE COUNTRY give us a call at 951-522-0518 for April or 951-522-6308 for Gary. We can also be reached by email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s that time again…final days for registering your little ponies for baseball in Temecula! Our boys have played spring ball in TYBB for the last 5 years and 2013 will not be an exception.
It’s a great organization with lots of great dads, coaches, managers and team parents.
Go to Temecula Youth Baseball for more information.
Hope to see your kids on the field!
For more information about buying or selling property in the Temecula Valley send us a message at email@example.com or call us at 951-522-0518 / 951-522-6308
So I have recently been turned on to TLC’s “Extreme Couponing” show and I am hooked! The season finale is this Wednesday (6/15/11) at 9:30pm. I won’t be up but my DVR is already on it. If you haven’t seen an episode, check your On Demand feature for TLC. The show is only 30 minutes long.
I am just beginning to explore the coupon world. Apparently it is more complicated than you might think. After watching the show a couple of times, I can’t really imagine being able to accomplish the extreme savings that the show depicts. I believe it can be done but am sure that I won’t be able to devote the time that would clearly be necessary. I have also determined that it just might be a very organized and premeditated type of hoarding, LOL! Regardless it has given me pause on how silly it is that I don’t even look at the grocery store sales circulars …not even the store I shop at regularly!
A few tips on what I’ve learned so far (some from a very helpful friend who may just be a bit more obsessed than I):
My Temecula Ralphs store on Highway 79 South will double coupons up to $1.00 ($ .50 becomes $1./ But $1. Is still just $1.) If you register your rewards card online-you can load some of the coupons directly onto the card without having to print them out. Manufacturer coupons are available to print out and use anywhere. You can also create your shopping list directly from clicking on their sale paper. Awesome time saver! ***Effective 4/1/12 Ralph’s is no longer doubling manufacturer coupons*** Big Bummer!
My Temecula Albertsons
on Rancho California Road offers a $ 5.00 off $25.00 purchase just for signing up HERE for email updates on sales and coupons. You earn additional coupons for up to 5 friends you can get to sign up. Be careful not to sign up until you want the coupon though. They only gave me 1 week to use it so plan accordingly. You can create an online account as well and create a shopping list directly from the sales paper. There is also a large coupon book inside of the Albertsons store that has coupons I did not find online so you may want to grab that up.
My Temecula Newspaper
The Press Enterprise will allow you to subscribe to Sundays only so that you can get the weekly coupons and sales papers delivered to your front door.
I have only accomplished the “completely free” item once and I could only get 2 free because I only had 2 coupons…but it was exciting, even if it was just toothpaste!
Why do you or don’t you use coupons? Do you have any tips on saving money in Temecula that you would like to share?
Please make sure to check with your store on their coupon policy prior to relying on any specific savings.
The 9th Annual Community Water Conservation Festival is going to take place on Saturday, April 16th, 2011 at Diamond Valley Lake from 10:00am – 3:00pm.
Diamond Valley Lake is located between Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee and Hemet cities off of Winchester Road (also 79 North) and Domenigoni Parkway (also Newport Road). The event will take place at the Diamond Valley Lake Visitor Center at 2325 Searl Parkway, Hemet, CA 92543.
This is a FREE EVENT that will include activities and fun for the kids like face painting, a fishing simulator, the Aqua Smart puppet program & make and take activities. There will also be water wise demonstrations throughout the day including drip irrigation, new landscaping technology, artificial turf information and rebate programs from SoCal Water Smart.
There is a LANDSCAPE WORKSHOP at 12:30.
There will be FREE DRAWINGS and give-aways.
For more information about the event you can click HERE for the Flier or call (951) 765-2612
Whether you are “moving in” or “moving out” …For information regarding real estate in the Temecula Valley call us at 951-522-0518.
We are the “Team to Trust” for your real estate needs!
The Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival is going to be June 3rd, 4th & 5th this year. Buy your tickets early! There are local locations if you don’t want to purchase online and you save $2.00 at Vons with a Vons card.
If you haven’t seen the balloon glow it might be worth the trip just for that! The balloon glow will be Friday and Saturday evenings after sundown, weather permitting.
Anybody have a great story to share about the Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival? I would love to hear it!
P.S. If you will be visiting from out of the area and are curious about making your home in our valley, please give us a call to set up a complimentary tour of homes in the area. (951) 522-6308 or (951) 522-0518
The Temecula, Murrieta Rescue Mission is a joint venture between the longstanding Orange County Rescue Mission and Temecula’s Rancho Community Church. Our local rescue mission food drives through the church all year long to provide food to feed approximately 100 local families that line up at the church every Wednesday afternoon. Families are provided with a box of non-perishable food items and a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables and breads that are harvested at a farm in Fallbrook that volunteers from the rescue mission work every Saturday morning. The bread is donated by local companies. The rescue mission also has a fully equipped medical trailer that is run by volunteer doctors and nurses on site Wednesday afternoons for those that are in need of healthcare .
Gary and I have had the pleasure of collecting, sorting and packing food on Monday mornings at the local warehouse, along with helping in the distribution on Wednesday afternoons. We have helped harvest squash, while our boys dug up radishes on the farm. After having walked with people to their cars (that many are living in) carrying their box of food, I can honestly say that it has been worth every hour we’ve spent to contribute in any small way.
With the current state of the economy there is a level of poverty and need in our valley that didn’t exist before. There is simply not enough assistance through the other emergency food providers in the valley. We are asking that the community help with this worthwhile cause (if you aren’t already helping somewhere else). We will be hosting our Annual Food Drive, this year in the Temecula Creek Community in October where we will drop nearly 400 brown paper bags in hopes of getting them filled. If you don’t live in Temecula Creek but would like to donate any non-perishable food items from your pantry, please call April at 951-522-0518 or Gary at 951-522-6308 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to pick up your donation.
A Certified Distressed Property Expert® is a real estate professional with specific understanding of the complex issues confronting the real estate industry, and the foreclosure avoidance options available to homeowners. Through comprehensive training and experience, CDPEs are able to provide solutions for homeowners facing hardships in today’s market, specifically Short Sales.
The prospect of foreclosure can be financially and emotionally devastating, and often homeowners proceed without guidance of any kind. The developers of the CDPE Designation believe that the best course of action for a homeowner in distress is to speak with a well-informed, licensed real estate professional (that’s us ). We have the tools needed to help homeowners find the best solution for their situation. Often, when other options have been exhausted, CDPEs can help homeowners avoid foreclosure through the efficient execution of a short sale.
While enduring financial difficulties is challenging for any family, the process of finding a qualified real estate professional should not be. Selecting an agent with the CDPE Designation ensures you are dealing with a professional trained to address your specific needs.
CDPEs don’t merely assist in selling properties, we serve and help save our clients in need. If you would like more information about what a short sale really is, please pick up the phone and call us at (951) 522-0518.