Fun Mother’s Day Ideas…And deadline for SEH/OCR Garage Sale – Jonville Team

 

To participate in the community garage sale: Sign-up deadline: Tues, May 10. www.sehgaragesale.com
8 Ideas For Mother's Day

CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY!

8 San Diego Ideas For The Entire Family!

On the water!
Brunch Cruise
FlagShip Cruises
Treat mom to a magical Mother’s Day Brunch this year. Enjoy first-class food and service with 25 miles of scenic sights along San Diego’s waterfront.
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Brunch with the Animals
Brunch with the Animals
Safari Animal Park
A delicious spring brunch with two separate seatings at Hunte Nairobi Pavilion—at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. Cost is $44.95 for adults; $18.95 for children; plus tax, gratuity and parking.
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Throw Back Brunch
Throw Back Brunch
Corvette Diner
Mother’s Day Brunch Specials from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. showcasing Chef Daniel’s delicious Breakfast Burrito, Egg and Bacon Burger and more. Mom can sip on breakfast cocktails such as Gidget’s Bellini and the Antipasto Bloody Mary.
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Chocolate Lovers
Chocolate Lovers
San Diego Botanic Garden
Spend the Saturday before Mother’s Day at San Diego Botanic Garden’s famous Chocolate Festival!
Enjoy dozens of delectable chocolate tastings, demonstrations, a chocolate fountain, lots of children’s activities and a variety of Mother’s Day gifts.
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Petting zoo and Pony Rides
Rancho Bernardo Inn – Pony Rides!
Rancho Bernardo Inn
Treat Mom on her special day to a spectacular menu in the Aragon Ballroom. A kid-friendly buffet station will delight younger guests. Families can also enjoy a petting zoo and pony rides!
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Adventure Mom!
The Adventure Mom
Hike Bike Kayak Sports
The premier eco tourism experience in San Diego with fantastic guides to help you explore the natural wonder of the area. Moms kayak for free with a family of four at Hike Bike Kayak Sports La Jolla.
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Flower Fields
Kids can Run and Adults Linger
Carlsbad Flower Fields
Take yourself out of the ordinary and spend a few hours in one of nature’s wonders; a place where kids can run and adults can linger. 50 acres of extraordinary color overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
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Cajun Style!
A Cajun Mother’s Day
Spanish Park/Harbor Drive
The festival will be held over Mother’s Day weekend at Spanish Landing Park on North Harbor Drive. Family oriented event includes performances, cooking demonstrations, ethnic food and arts vendors, children’s arts and crafts and colorful daily “Mardi Gras” style parades through the festival grounds.
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Helping Children in need
Let's Come Together As A Community. Found out How!
The Jonville Team has Experienced a Burst of Activity
Check out these 69 total homes sold or bought in just 3.5 months!
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As always, please do not hesitate to call or email with any real estate questions, or visit our office in the heart of San Elijo Hills in TownCenter.

Best Regards!

Nicolas, Jena and all the Jonville Team members.

Nicolas & Jena Jonville, Anne, Brooke, Paige, Pascale, Stephanie & Todd, Andrea & Mike, REALTORS

Kathy – Agent and Office Coordinator. Lydia – Agent and Team Support

(760) 471-5098 www.sehproperties.com

Keller Williams

Nicolas Jonville CA BRE 01410224 | KW CA BRE 01417209

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San Elijo Park to Sage Hill Hike – City of San Marcos Event

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San Elijo Park to Sage Hill Hike – City of San Marcos Event

Saturday May 7                                          

San Elijo Park to Sage Hill

9 am to noon (sign-in at 8:30 am)

This easy-to-moderate, four to seven-mile hike will start at San Elijo Park and travel east along Elfin Forest Rd. to Sage Hill, a San Diego County Open Space Preserve. An easy three-mile interpretive hike will also be offered

Meeting location: San Elijo Park, 1105 Elfin Forest Road

33 05.998 N    117 12.125 W

San Elijo Hills Community Association Updates for May 2016

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Please see below for the most recent San Elijo Hills Community Association (HOA) updates:

San Elijo Hills Women’s Club Women’s Fair

The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club (SEHWC) presents their Women’s Fair on May 7th at the San Elijo Hills Town Center Park from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.

The fair is dedicated to women and children’s issues and will host a main canopy which will feature speakers on health and wellness, as well as, a fashion show, craft activities, yoga classes, self-defense demonstrations, skin safety, anti-aging talks, parenting tips and much, much more!

A local health team will be offering free blood pressure tests all day, as well as life-saving CPR tips for adults & kids! Lining the fair will be booths with lots of fun shopping opportunities; jewelry, health & fitness products, clothing, crafts and much, much more! Also, there will be booths representing a wide variety of non-profits that serve women & children in our area. Come down and take the time to browse and see how you can help your support your community!

Visit the San Elijo Hills Women’s Club website for more details at http://sehwc.weebly.com.

Movie in the Park-Part I

The San Elijo Hills Community Association is hosting a FREE showing of Illumination Nation’s Minions (rated PG) as part of our summer movie showings!

Evolving from single-celled yellow organisms at the dawn of time, Minions live to serve, but find themselves working for a continual series of unsuccessful masters, from T. Rex to Napoleon. Without a master to grovel for, the Minions fall into a deep depression. But one minion, Kevin, has a plan; accompanied by his pals Stuart and Bob, Kevin sets forth to find a new evil boss for his brethren to follow. Their search leads them to Scarlet Overkill, the world’s first-ever super-villainess.

Minions will be shown on Friday, June 3rd at the lower softball field of San Elijo Park. Pre-show activities (including bounce houses, bungee run, a sticky wall and more!) will begin at 6:00PM and the movie will start at sunset (around 8:00PM). Remember to bring your low-back beach chairs and blankets for lawn seating! A few food trucks will be there and will have a variety of food & refreshments for purchase.

For more information, feel free to contact Liz McCardle at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com or call (760) 798-9015.

Foam Party in the Town Square

Come join us in the town square park for a foam party! Dr. Bronner’s Foam truck will be coming out on June 22, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. for a free foam party on the last day of school! The foam is biodegradable and made simply from organic soap, water and compressed air. Take the family down for music, foam, and fun!

Save the Date: Summer Spectacular and Laser Show!

Introducing our very first summer spectacular! This all American themed carnival will entertain our residents of all ages with music, carnival games, prize booth with tons of glow in the dark prizes, obstacle course, bounce houses, zip line, rock wall, and much more!

Document your experience with a keepsake, and visit our photo booth! If you are hungry during all that fun, fill up on hamburgers, hot dogs, salad and other classic favorites!

….and the grand finale….LASER SHOW! YES! Our first ever outdoor laser show! Bring your chairs, blankets, sit back and enjoy the show!

There is no need to go anywhere when you can hang out in your own neighborhood and celebrate the Holiday weekend San Elijo Hills style! This event will take place on Saturday July 2, 2016 at 5 pm to 9 pm at the lower softball field of San Elijo Park!

Please remember to bring proof of residency to gain entrance into the event (i.e.: driver’s license with on-site address, utility bill, HOA statement, etc.). Unfortunately, we will not be able to allow you to enter the event without verifying residency. No guests will be permitted.

Eucalyptus Trees: San Elijo Hills “City” Park

A cluster of “volunteer” Eucalyptus trees will be removed on Friday, May 6th, in the San Elijo Hills Park between the lower and upper softball fields.

The trees are located in an easement for the San Diego County Water Authority, and currently sit on top of two pipelines. In addition to limiting access to the pipes, the trees are beginning to arc creating a health and safety issue.

The San Elijo Hills Park is not owned or maintained by the San Elijo Hills Community Association.

*This website – San Elijo Life is independent from the developer San Elijo Hills Development Company and the San Elijo Hills Community Association (HOA). The HOA updates are provided as a service to our readership. …Enjoy Life in The Hills.

 

Spring brings warm temps and scaly critters in San Marcos

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The City of San Marcos – Shared this good advice about rattlesnake season-

As springtime brings warmer temperatures, more fury and scaly creatures have begun appearing in our yards and parks.

With all sorts of wildlife emerging in the spring, April and May mark the start of rattlesnake season in San Diego County. Recent reports have described increased snake sightings. As the reptiles come out of hibernation, it is not uncommon to spot them locally, though bites are rare. Most sightings are likely to happen between now and October.

“Snakes are most likely venturing out in search of food and to soak up the sun,” said San Marcos Park Ranger Ron Vinluan. “People think they’re going to chase you—that isn’t so. They don’t want anything to do with us.”

If you encounter one of the five varieties of rattlesnakes found in the county, give it space. Calmly back away from it, leave it alone and let it go on its way, Vinluan continued.

To avoid encounters with rattlesnakes, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife suggests these safety steps that can be taken to reduce the likelihood of startling a rattlesnake:

  • Never go barefoot or wear sandals when hiking. Wear sturdy hiking boots with loose-fitting long pants to protect feet and ankles.
  • Stay on paths and trails, avoiding tall grass, weeds and brush where snakes may hide.
  • Keep your dog on leash while hiking and be aware of what your dog is doing at all times.
  • Make sure you can see where you are reaching and that you can see ahead of you. Look for concealed snakes before picking up rocks, sticks or wood.
  • Be careful when stepping over doorsteps as snakes like to crawl along the edge of buildings where they are protected on one side.
  • Never hike alone. Always have someone with you who can assist in an emergency.
  • Teach children early to respect snakes and to leave them alone. Children are naturally curious and will pick up snakes.

If bitten or you feel a snake or other animal is dangerous, call 911 immediately. For more information about rattlesnakes in California, visit https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/News/Snake.

For more information about San Marcos parks, trails and outdoor adventures, contact San Marcos Community Services at (760) 744-9000.

The San Elijo 5k Run and Day of Service Saturday May 7th

The San Elijo 5k Run and Day of Service. Local Boy Scout Troop 609 has masterminded the San Elijo 5k Run/Walk and Day of Service as a way to raise funds for their trips and activities as well as to give back to our local San Elijo Hills community!
For more information and to sign up: http://www.sanelijo5k.com/
Race Prep Time

Between 7:30 am and 8:00 am you’ll have time to prepare for the race.  Lace up your shoes, stretch out your muscles, and warm up your body.  The race will being promptly at 8am.

The race will begin at 8:00 am sharp.  We’ll run 3 different waves by age group, split by only 5 minutes.  So, be at the starting line, ready to race at 8:00 am.

Start Location: San Elijo Park, Upper Field

End Location: San Elijo Park, Upper Field

Map of Route:

2016 San Elijo 5k

San Marcos, CA: Southbound lane closures scheduled for S. Twin Oaks Valley Road beginning April 29

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Beginning Friday, April 29, southbound traffic will be reduced to one lane along S. Twin Oaks Valley Road from Village Drive to Duncan Court at the equestrian park entrance until 3 pm.

While lanes will reopen over the weekend, the two-lane closure will resume Monday, May 2 through Wednesday, May 4 from 9 am to 3 pm.

Although two-way traffic will be maintained within the work area, minor delays are anticipated and motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes if possible or leave early to reach destinations on time.

While these scheduled traffic impacts may cause short-term inconvenience, the work paves the way for long-term safety improvements critical to student, pedestrian, bicycle and traffic safety while paving the way for future access to the new Double Peak School.

For more information, please contact the city’s Public Works Department at (760) 744-1050.

Dog Bite Prevention Workshop

Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo Hills

Dog Bite Prevention Workshop

We take the safety of your human family members just as seriously as we do the safety of your pets. In support of National Dog Bite Prevention Week, May 17-May 23rd our hospital is sponsoring a dog bite prevention workshop for local families.  This workshop will address human and canine behaviors that often precipitate an act of aggression on the part of the dog, and how to prevent them.

If you are interested in this FREE class, please email our office and we will put you on our invitation list.  Adults and children of 12 years of age or older are invited to attend. This workshop will be held Wednesday, May 4th from 5 pm to 6pm.

More than 4.5 million people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs every year and almost 1 in 5 requires medical attention.  Children are the most common victims of dog bites and are far more likely to be severely injured and severely traumatized.

Common dog bite myths include:
• My dog would never bite.
• We got an (insert breed) because they don’t bite.
• Only dogs that are abused or trained toward aggression bite.
• My child would never hurt a dog.
• My child knows to stay away from strange dogs.
• My child and my dog are best friends.

Whether you are a first time or experienced dog owner, please join us for a fun and informative workshop designed to keep you and your family from becoming another dog bite statistic.

1691 Melrose Drive #110

San Marcos, CA 92078

760-736-3636

www.sanelijovet.com

Why is my child barking? It could be croup!

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Why is my child barking? It could be croup!

The difference between a cough due to cold or a cough due to croup is very distinct. Croup, which is an infection that causes the vocal chords to swell, causes a cough that sounds like a bark. In Dr. Jaime Friedman’s latest BLOG, she explains very thoroughly the symptoms and treatment for this common ailment.

For more healthcare information for kids, be sure to visit our website to find a doctor, get the latest information on children’s health topics and find out why CPMG is right for you. In partnership with Rady Children’s Health Network, we’re the region’s only pediatric medical network specializing in children’s health, from birth through age 18.


Two Wonderful Opportunities to Help Children in Need!

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The Jonville Team Presents Two Amazing Opportunities to Join Us in Helping Children in Need….
The Jonville Team - Food Drive and Garage Sale
Let's Come Together as a Community

Canned Food Drive on Behalf of Feed Kids First

Collection Bins at San Elijo Hills Albertsons
May 2nd to May 12th
Canned Food DriveEvent Date: May 2nd to May 12th

Location: San Elijo Hills Albertsons. Labeled collection bins and flyer with requested shopping.

Participation Donation: The Jonville Team will be partnering with Albertsons in San Elijo Hills and collecting canned goods on behalf of Feed Kids First. Collection bins located near the exists, will have a list of desired foods needed to support the charity and ask patrons to purchase one or more of these items during their trip into the store to donate. These goods will then be used to fill back packs for children in need. These back packs are then picked up by children on Friday after school and it furnishes 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners and 2 snacks for the weekend when they have no food at home. There are 20,000 children in North County who rely on public schools for their nutritional needs and these back packs will help supplement their needs over weekends.

The Jonville Team will be in front of Albertsons on Thursday, May 12th from 10am to 2pm, greeting and thanking residents for their donations.


11th Annual Spring Garage Sale & Charity Event
In San Elijo Hills & Old Creek Ranch
Saturday, May 14th, 7am to 11am
Community Garage SaleSign-up: www.SEHgaragesale.com

Event Date: May 14th, 7am to 11am

Participation Donation: $10.00
To be collected by one our team members the day of the event. 100% of proceeds will go to Casa De Amparo charitable organization and Straight from the Heart.

Casa De Amparo: A leader in treating and preventing child abuse and neglect with locations in Oceanside and San Marcos. This non-profit organization annually serves over 1,000 Casa Kids, from prenatal to 25 years old, as well as over 700 families, through programs that promote healing, growth, and healthy relationships. See their website for more information.

Straight From the Heart: A non-profit resource center for foster, adoptive, kinship children and their caregivers. For the past 15 years they have offered support and advocacy to the children and families who navigate in a very complex and overburdened Child Welfare System.

Post Event Item Pick-up: Jonville Team will provide a list of providers/charities willing to pick up after the event. Owners will be responsible to schedule their own pick-up.

For complete details and to sign up, visit: www.SEHgaragesale.com


Pictures From Previous Years…
Jonville Team handing out Maps
The Jonville Team handing out maps to shoppers, showing locations of all the participants.
Large Group of Sellers and Buyers
Many residents combined their goods to make the most of the event and help raise money for local causes.
Fundraising
Two years ago, a group of residents combined their goods to raise money for the Coco Fire victims.
Raising money for Kids sports teams
A group of neighbors added a Bake Sale to raise additional funds for their kids sports teams.
Kids enjoying the event
Even little sellers and buyers got into Garage Sale action.
Loading up car
In the end, we saw many shoppers heading out with car loads of fantastic deals.
The Jonville Team as Experienced a Burst of Activity
As always, please do not hesitate to call or email with any real estate questions, or visit our office in the heart of San Elijo Hills in Town Center.

Best Regards!

Nicolas, Jena and all the Jonville Team members.

Nicolas & Jena Jonville, Anne, Brooke, Paige, Pascale, Stephanie & Todd, Andrea & Mike, REALTORS

Kathy – Agent and Office Coordinator. Lydia – Agent and Team Support

(760) 471-5098 www.sehproperties.com

Keller Williams

Nicolas Jonville CA BRE 01410224 | KW CA BRE 01417209

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