OLG: La Fiesta October 2, 2016

This is one of the biggest events of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the church is busily preparing for the event and looking for sponsors and volunteers. CLICK HERE.

The La Habra Collaborative will be hosting a booth and promoting our “Move More, Eat Healthy” program.

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Roman Catholic Church, 900 West La Habra Blvd. La Habra, CA 90631
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Roman Catholic Church,
900 West La Habra Blvd.
La Habra, CA 90631

According to Scott Miller and Tom Ybarra, these are their primary concerns:

APPLIANCES: They are in need of a WORKING griddle, deep fryers, and gently used stoves & refrigerators.

FOOD BOOTHS: Have you ever thought of having your family and friends run a food booth of your very own. Well, this is the opportunity to help your parish community AND have a great time. They are looking for authentic home-cooked food to join our food venue. Perhaps an Italian booth with meatball sandwiches or a simple pasta? Do you have a special recipe you would like to share with your Parish Community? They are open to ideas!

SPONSORSHIPS: Business Partnership Opportunities for you to think outside of the box to promote your business or to show appreciation for our Parish Community who are committed to supporting those who support them.

Do you have a DIRECT connection for items they may use or need at La Fiesta? In exchange for discounts or donations of product they will proudly promote those businesses who would like the opportunity. The connection may be for food items, paper goods and soft drinks to name a few. They are also looking for party supplies and décor as well as prizes for their games. Please don’t be shy! ANY help will be appreciated.

For more information, please call the Parish Office at 562-691-0533 or e-mail them at lafiesta@olglahabra.org

Thank you again for your support!

Scott Miller and Tom Ybarra, OLGA La Fiesta Co-Chairs

 

Library Summer Activities

How to U at La Habra Library on June 4

Hello, everyone,

I mentioned at the last meeting that the library is holding a do-it-yourself festival on Saturday, June 4 from 11AM – 4PM. I have two time slots open for a community organization that would like to hold a 50-minute workshop on some subject, including services that you offer. We’ll provide table and chairs and try and keep you in the shade. Available times are noon and 1:00pm. If interested, please contact Jill at the Library — email and telephone number are below.

Time
Program Room: Teen
Patio:
Enrichment
Entry Walkway:
Community
Entry Lawn:
Home & Garden
Teen Area & Center Tables: Crafts
11:00-11:50
How to tap dance
How
to make your own gourmet coffee
How to enroll in Headstart – La Habra Headstart staff
Miniature Gardens
Zentangles: Portable Meditation
12:00-12:50
How to create your own nail art and supplies
How to mend your books
Available
Bonsai
Recycled Roses
1:00-1:50
Life Hacks
How to talk like a pirate
Available
Orchids
Simple Knitted Booties
2:00-2:50
How to tattoo with Henna
How to dance the Flamenco
How to protect yourself and your community from the Zika and the West Nile Virus – OC Vector Control
Spring Vegetables (OCIMG Diane)
How to make a Hedgehog
3:00-3:50
How to play the harmonica
How to play chess
How to Donate Hair
Succulents and Native Plants (OCIMG Mary, Cerise & Diane)
How to make a Basket

Citrus Fair 2016

Early Saturday evening on the main stage we had square dancing, line dancing and Country Barn Dance with the band Fort Worth West. The Main stage rocked the evening with a special band called The Hit Squad featuring a wide selection of dance music. Sunday was International Day with music and dance representing Latin America, Asia, Hawaii, Europe and more.

Go to the Citrus Fair Website

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The amazing crowd just kept getting bigger and bigger. Evening was even more crowded.

If you missed the Citrus Fair you missed half your life!! But don’t worry, when spring comes around next year and you see 40,000 people marching down La Habra Blvd between Euclid and Cypress streets, you’ll know that the Citrus Fair has arrived.

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Bravo to Mark Sturdevant and the Chamber staff … and a host of volunteers who made this such a success.

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Was that who I think it was? MJ’s impersonator was a real thrilla!