Showing posts from June, 2011

Pizza Party at the Beach with San Clemente Green

Meet San Clemente Green on Wednesday, June 29th at 6:00 PM just north of the San Clemente Pier. We'll be providing organic pizza, thanks to Z Pizza's generous discount, Please bring something to drink, or fill your reusable water containers with some pure drinking water provided by Pacific Water Solutions.  We'll be presenting an update on the Sustainability Action Plan, Henderson House Community Garden, and the San Clemente Community Market.  We also want to tell you about why we are calling for a shutdown of our nuclear power plant. SPECIAL NOTE: A film crew from Germany will be making this part of an hour long documentary on "Earthquakes and Nuclear Power Plants in California". Also - Ryan and Kai Kalama will be playing some great acoustic music for us.

San Clemente Plein Air Competition

In front of San Clemente's Community Center and Library are the completed works from "Paint San Clemente" the annual Plein Air Competition. Here are a few examples of works specifically featuring the San Clemente Pier. "San Clemente Beach" by Michael Situ The rules of the contest specify that the art work is to be painted "en plein" during the week of June 18 to June 25 in order to be judged for this annual competition. "To the Pier" by Toni Williams Paintings may be put up for sale at the Gala Event. No paintings will be sold before the Gala Event, held Saturday, June 25 between 6:00 and 8:30 pm in the Community Center Auditorium. "Pier from Above" by Rita Pacheco Local artists as well as artists from all over the country participate in Paint San Clemente. You have probably seen the palettes and easels set up all over our picturesque town. and "New Day at the Pier" by Joli Beal Paintings will be up fo

San Clemente Car Show on Del Mar Avenue

Today on Del Mar Avenue in San Clemente will be the 16th Annual car show from 10 am to 3 pm. In addition to our weekly Sunday Farmer's Market classics and exotic cars will line Del Mar. It's quite a sight and fun for the whole family. Free too. Free shuttle services are available from San Clemente High School. As you can see it's a pretty popular event. So wear comfortable shoes, sunscreen and leave the puppy at home because there are no pets allowed on Del Mar during the event.