Santa Ana Police Department
The Santa Ana Police Department will be hosting their 2nd Annual Open House event on Saturday, May 20th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their headquarters, located at 60 Civic Center Plaza, in Santa Ana. Continue reading
Santa Ana Police Department
The Santa Ana Police Department will be hosting their 2nd Annual Open House event on Saturday, May 20th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their headquarters, located at 60 Civic Center Plaza, in Santa Ana. Continue reading→
The OC Fair Invites You to a Community Open House June 25
WHAT: Community Open House
WHEN: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: OC Fair & Event Center, Administration Building located inside Gate 4 off Arlington Drive near Fairview Road Continue reading→
There will be food, good company & sign-up opportunities for the Solorio for State Senate and Vote for Vets campaigns.
Solorio’s Biography: Continue reading→
The Santa Ana Lawn Bowling Club no longer lists their members or officers on their website. Perhaps they took that information down after we revealed that hardly anyone from Santa Ana actually participates in this organization.
So who are these people who are using our public park for their own entertainment, even though most of them don’t live here? In 1935 & 1936 the 1st lawn bowling green in Santiago Park was constructed with public funding from the Work Projects Administration (WPA) program. In the summer of 1938 the first lawn bowl was rolled. Popularity of the sport created a need for the second “green” which was constructed in 1952. Continue reading→
How often do you get to watch live fire demonstrations, put out pretend fires and try on firefighter gear?
Orange County families will be able to do all that and learn about fire safety during the Orange County Fire Authority’s eighth annual Open House on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013. Continue reading→
City of Santa Ana, Downtown Orange County
Community Alert: Join in the upcoming Open House to share your ideas on the SARTC Parking Management Plan.
SANTA ANA, CA (December 5, 2012) – The City of Santa Ana is leading a study to examine parking management strategies and evaluate a potential parking fee for the Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center (SARTC). This Open House will be your opportunity to review and comment on the new ideas for parking at the SARTC. Please attend and help us improve parking conditions for all users. Continue reading→
The Center OC Invites you to join us for a day of beautifying our space, collaborative arts and crafts, community history sharing, music, food, and FUN, at their Open House and Mural Party, on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 12 noon to 6 pm.
NEWS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 10, 2012
Subject: Firefighters Show Their Skills at Orange County Fire Authority’s 7th Annual Open House – October 13
Contact: Lynnette Round, Supervisor (714) 290-7772 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Captain Marc Stone (714) 319-4657 or email@example.com
Irvine, CA – It is three days away, the most hands-on firefighting experience here in Orange County. Bring your family and friends to see live fire demonstrations, put out make-believe fires, take a ride in a fire engine, try on firefighter turnouts, and discover life and fire safety in a fun-filled environment. Continue reading→
Church of Scientology’s Santa Ana Org is hosting an Open House on July 31, from 9:30 am to 10:30 pm, at their 3rd floor chapel, that will be dedicated to the Foundation for a Drug-Free World. The Church of Scientology sponsors this drug education/prevention program.
The Church of Scientology’s special guest speaker at their Open House will be Roberto Recillas, the founder of “We Believe in a Future.” Recillas will speak at 7 pm. This event is open to the public of Santa Ana and all over Orange County. Continue reading→
** MEDIA ALERT **
CONTACT: Lori Whalen, Director of Education, Environmental Nature Center, firstname.lastname@example.org, 949-645-8489
ENC PRESENTS Summer nature camp open house
WHAT: The Environmental Nature Center (ENC) will host a Summer Camp Open House to showcase its eight-week summer camp. The Open House is free to attend. Continue reading→
State Senator Lou Correa is hosting an Annual Holiday Open House Program on Wednesday, December 7, 2011, from 4:30 – 7:30 pm, at 2323 North Broadway, in Santa Ana.
The program will include a special holiday performance, networking opportunities, and a legislative update.
Please rsvp by email to Erika.Diaz@sen.ca.gov or call the district office at (714) 558-4400.
Refreshments and holiday treats will be provided.
The City of Santa Ana is considering outsourcing their fire department to the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA), to help reduce our budget deficit – which may be over thirty million dollars.
As luck would have it, the OCFA is hosting their annual Open House on Saturday, October 8, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Here is your chance to see what the OCFA has to offer to Santa Ana. Continue reading→
C3 Office Solutions Opens its Doors in Santa Ana
After 17 years in the copier, scanner and managed print services industry, family business reinvents itself; holding an open house May 18
Santa Ana, CA, May 12, 2011 — With a legacy of 17 years in the copier and document management business, newly formed C3 Office Solutions, a value-added service provider in document imaging, copiers, printers, scanners, managed print services and digital display solutions, has officially opened its office in Santa Ana, Calif. To celebrate, the family-owned company is holding an open house at their offices on May 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and one lucky attendee will win an Apple iPad 2.
“When my husband Tony and I started out 17 years ago as Copier Products Group, we were focused on offering only one specific vendor,” said Tricia Sanchez, principal of C3 Office Solutions. “Times have changed and companies today want more than just a copier or office product, they want a solution that will help them reduce expenses and increase productivity. That is why we have evolved our business to offer a variety of the best brands in the industry, including HP, Sharp and Cannon, just to name a few.”
C3 Office Solutions was founded by Tricia Sanchez and her husband Tony Sanchez, the company’s president. Their open-vendor approach is designed to ensure each client’s unique needs are met, while providing fast, reliable service at a reasonable price. For its clients, the company will assess, implement and manage all aspects of their document-related tasks, while also concentrating on the client’s long-term growth and business needs.
“We are very excited to bring our decades of experience in the document management and copier industry to the small, medium and large businesses of Orange County and throughout California,” said Tony Sanchez. “We’ve assembled a team of the best and brightest to execute on our vision of being the superior service provider in new and Platinum-certified pre-owned copiers, scanners and document imaging. We will continue to put the needs of our clients first and are committed to establishing long-term relationships through superior selection and service.”
In addition to the Sanchez’s, the C3 Office Solutions management team includes John Choi, vice president of sales and operations, and Lindsay Matthews, vice president of sales and marketing. C3 Office Solutions also employs a team of sales associates, customer service specialists and technicians, all based in Southern California.
The open house will take place at C3 Office Solutions, located at 1231 E. Dyer Rd ., Suite 135 Santa Ana, Calif., 92705 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday May 18th. To RSVP, please call 714-689-1700 or visit www.C3OfficeSolutions.com. Lunch will be served and attendees will have the opportunity to view a variety of the newest copiers, printers and scanners as well as meet the entire C3 Office Solutions team.
About C3 Office Solutions
C3 Office Solutions was formed in 2011 and is a managed print services company, offering a broad portfolio of new and Platinum-certified pre-owned copiers, printers and scanners. The company partners with the most trusted names in the industry, including Sharp, Canon and HP. C3 Office Solutions is a family-owned company and a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) in California. All staff, including customer service with 24/7 help desk, billing and credit departments located at the company’s headquarters in Santa Ana, Calif. For more information about C3 Office Solutions, please call 714.689.1700 or visit www.C3OfficeSolutions.com.
Come visit the West Floral Park Neighborhood Association’s “Open Garden Day,” on Saturday, May 14.
Twelve of their lovely gardens will be open for touring from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A variety of gardens will be showcased including entertainment spaces, park-like settings, vegetable & herb gardens, and intimate relaxation retreats.
New this year–Garden Bazaar offering unique artisan items for sale. Click here for additional information.
Admission is $10 per person. You may buy your tickets at 902 Riviera Drive, in Santa Ana.
Visit the Santa ana Lawn Bowling Club’s annual “Open House” on Saturday, May 7, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Come and learn how to lawn bowl. Free lessons, free use of a set of lawn bowls. It is a fun exercise, very inexpensive and fun for all age adults. Come to the greens in Santiago Park.
Park in the creek bed off of Memory Lane east of Main St just north of the Descovery Science Center. From 10 to 2 on Sat May 7th.
The Santa Ana Lawn Bowling Club was founded in 1938 on grounds belonging to the Santa Ana Parks Dept. The club is run by a board of directors and officers who are elected by the club membership. It is located at 510 East Memory Lane, Santa Ana in Santiago Park not far from the Westfield MainPlace Shopping Mall.
Bowling is on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and on special tournament days. Bowling times are Tuesdays and Thursdays May through Oct. at 4:00pm, Nov. through April at 1:00pm and at 9:00am on all Saturdays. Fun Day is the first Saturday of the month.
Yearly dues are $75. New members are allowed free use of bowls for up to four months, instruction, a locker (subject to availability) and a name badge. There is a $3 fee each time we bowl to cover incidental club expenses. The fee is higher on fun day and tournament days to cover the prize money given to the winners. In respect of tradition, bowlers wear the traditional “whites” on Fun Days, club tournament days and for special events. Membership in the Santa Ana Lawn Bowling Club also provides access to the other Lawn Bowling Clubs in the area. Many tournaments are held throughout the year at other clubs which are open to members of all of the Lawn Bowling Clubs.
National lawn bowling is governed by the United States Lawn Bowling Association which has its own officers and board and is divided into seven divisions which oversee lawn bowling at the local levels. The Santa Ana Lawn Bowling Club belongs to the Southwest Division (www.swlawnbowls.com). International tournaments are run by the World Bowls Board. Click on an image below to enter the respective web site.