Round up the usual suspects! The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club is gearing up for their largest fundraiser of the year. This year’s event, A Night in Casablanca, will take place on Saturday, November 17 from 6 to 10PM at the San Elijo Rec Center on Elfin Forest Rd.
You will feel like you’ve been swept away to another era as you enter the courtyard and find the venue magically transformed into an upscale night club & gambling den complete with traditional casino tables from roulette to black jack, live music, heavy appetizers and a live & silent auction full of amazing products, experiences & services.
Be ready for a night of fun, laughter, and partying with a purpose. All proceeds will go to Straight from the Heart – a local San Marcos organization that provides support services for foster families. This event is an important part of their funding each year, so be ready to give big and live large for the night!
Tickets are only $75/each and will get you in the door to enjoy all of the fun, appetizers, drinks, play money and memories to last a lifetime. You can purchase your tickets directly online at sehwc.weebly.com.
Want to have a fun spring outing with your friends or family on Saturday, April 28? If so, plan to join the San Elijo Hills Women’s Club from 10 am-2 pm
at their third annual Women’s Fair. The event, which will be held in the San Elijo Town Square on Elfin Forest and San Elijo Roads, is sponsored by Jonville Team Realtors and offers something for everyone:
10:30 a.m. Vinyasa yoga class
11;30 a.m. Fitness Class
12:30 p.m. Fashion Show
In between these free activities, shop for Mother’s Day and teacher appreciation gifts, as well as special items for yourself, your home and your family; explore great summer camps for your kids; accompany youngsters to the Jonville Family Fun Zone and encourage them to participate in crafts and face painting; and enjoy coffee and food trucks snacks. This promises to be a lively activity with fun for all. Hope to see you there.
Make plans now to join friends, neighbors, and members of the surrounding communities on Saturday, April 28,for the 3rd Annual Women’s Fair, hosted by the San Elijo Hills Women’s Club. This free family event, which will be held from 10 am- 2 pm in the San Elijo Hills Town Center, 1277 San Elijo Road South, San Marcos, has something for everyone—fitness and yoga classes; an on-trend fashion show; abundant opportunities for purchasing Mother’s Day, teacher appreciation, and other special gifts; active games, crafts, and face painting for the kids; and a convenient way to explore services and programs available within the community, including summer camps. For additional information, please visit www.sehwc.weebly.com
The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club’s fall fundraiser, Hoedown in the Hills, benefitting Straight from the Heart, a local support and outreach organization serving 5000 North County foster children and their families, will be held on September 16 at the Williams Barn, located in San Marcos’ Walnut Grove Park beginning at 6:00 p.m. For just $45. per person, attendees will enjoy mouth-watering chicken, pork and tri-tip BBQ, sides and dessert, beer and wine, lively music, line dancing, and silent and live auctions offering guests the opportunity to bid on amazing items, gift baskets and personal services. Tickets will be available online beginning July 1 at sehwc.weebly.com
The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club is hosting a Women’s Fair on Saturday, May 7th from 10:00am – 3:00pm. The SEHWC Women’s Fair will focus on women’s & children’s products and services. A SEHWC tent will feature informative speakers & workshops throughout the day as well as a fashion show and health screenings. Vendors which provide a product or service that serves either women or children’s needs may apply to display at this event
See our page for further details and how to apply for space!
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A local San Elijo Hills Boy Scout troop in conjunction with The City of San Marcos, will be labeling storm drains in several San Elijo Hills neighborhoods as part of a eagle project for Dylan Dorny’s Eagle Project. Look for the troop and Dylan Tuesday, August 25th and Thursday August 27th 8am – 12pm.
The holiday “getting-off-track” season begins with Halloween. All that trick-or-treating candy isn’t just for the kids, right? Then comes Thanksgiving. And December is an ongoing buffet with holiday parties, get-togethers and dinners. And with everything that is going on, you’re lucky if you can even think about working out, let alone actually do it.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. It’s time to fall in love with fitness! Let us help you devise a plan to get through the holiday season on track. You can still have plenty of holiday cheer without regret come the New Year.
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Following is a list of important announcements and upcoming events for San Elijo Hills Association:
Trails Clean Up Day: Saturday, September 20th
The trail system within San Elijo Hills is such a beloved feature of our community! Please join us on Saturday, September 20th from 9:00AM-12:00PM to help clean up the trails! Volunteers will meet in the Town Square of San Elijo Hills at 9:00AM. Walk-ups are welcome but pre-registration helps us with site logistics, so if you know for sure you want to help, please register online at http://www.cleanupday.org/cleanupsites.htm?ID=B&ID2=622.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: All volunteers should wear comfortable closed toed shoes and sun protection. Help reduce waste by bringing your own reusable water bottle, gardening or work gloves, and a bucket to collect litter. Note: every participant in CCD needs to sign a waiver; anyone under the age of 18 needs a parent or guardian signature to participate!
California Coastal CleanUp Day (CCD) is a statewide event and the San Elijo Hills trails system is a designated CCD area. We need volunteers for this truly awesome event!! The first 50 people to attend will receive a voucher for a free taco from Rubios, students are eligible for community service hours, and prizes will be given out for the most trash collected!
Together we can all make a difference! Paris in the Hills: Saturday, September 20th
The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club is hosting Paris in the Hills on Saturday, September 20th at 6:00PM at Café Stoked. The night will include a live jazz band, festive dinner, drinks, and a silent & live auction! Tickets are $40.00. All proceeds benefit Straight from the Heart, a 501c3 non-profit that supports over 5,000 foster children in 1,500 foster & adoptive families throughout San Diego.
Purchase tickets online at http://sehwc.weebly.com or call Suzanne Scull at (760) 522-3125 to pay by phone. Save the Date! Oktoberfest: Sunday, October 19th
Our most popular event of the year is coming back in San Elijo Hills! Mark your calendar for Oktoberfest on Sunday, October 19th. More details will be available on the community website and October newsletter. We hope to see you there! Town Center Fountain & General Water Restrictions
It has been brought to the attention of the HOA that there may be concerns regarding the fountain in the Town Square during California’s drought. The water in the fountain is re-circulated and there is no additional waste of water while the fountain is running. It must be run regularly to keep the equipment functioning properly. We have been working with the Vallecitos Water District to ensure that all restrictions and guidelines are being met.
On a related note, the Association has dialed back the landscape irrigation in areas where water restrictions are applicable. Therefore, you may notice our grass areas in the community are under stress. While much of the irrigation on our perimeter slopes is not subject to water restrictions due to type of irrigation system in place, we are sensitive to the drought conditions and have restricted water use where possible in these areas.