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August 15, 1999
FESTIVAL Mission San Juan Capistrano plays host to the California Art Club Outdoor Painting Festival through Aug. 22. (949) 248-2048. $3-$5. HOME The Southern California Home and Garden Show runs through Aug. 22 at the Anaheim Convention Center. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (714) 780-8649. $3.50-$7. DANCING Learn swing dancing at the South Coast Ball Room, 17961 Sky Park Circle, Irvine. Every Tuesday and Friday at 7:30 p.m. (949) 494-0593. $40.
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August 15, 1999
FESTIVAL Mission San Juan Capistrano plays host to the California Art Club Outdoor Painting Festival through Aug. 22. (949) 248-2048. $3-$5. HOME The Southern California Home and Garden Show runs through Aug. 22 at the Anaheim Convention Center. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (714) 780-8649. $3.50-$7. DANCING Learn swing dancing at the South Coast Ball Room, 17961 Sky Park Circle, Irvine. Every Tuesday and Friday at 7:30 p.m. (949) 494-0593. $40.
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HOME & GARDEN
August 18, 1990 | ROBERT OSTMANN JR., Robert Ostmann Jr. is a regular contributor to Home Design
At Pella Products in Corona, they've been gearing up for weeks. This is it, the big one. Every person on the window company's sales staff has been put through a refresher course on how to greet customers, how to work crowds, how to sort out potential buyers from the looky-loos. Sales contests have been established. A complete "window store on the road" has been set up in the Anaheim Convention Center.
BUSINESS
August 24, 1993 | John O'Dell / Times staff writer
The first little pig may have been on to something. A house made of straw will be on exhibit during the weeklong annual Southern California Home & Garden Show that began Saturday at the Anaheim Convention Center. The "Strawbale Eco-Home," presented by Eos Institute, a nonprofit organization of design professionals and planners, is made of baled straw stacked like bricks to create walls 18 inches to 24 inches thick. The walls are then stuccoed.
BUSINESS
August 24, 1993 | John O'Dell / Times staff writer
The first little pig may have been on to something. A house made of straw will be on exhibit during the weeklong annual Southern California Home & Garden Show that began Saturday at the Anaheim Convention Center. The "Strawbale Eco-Home," presented by Eos Institute, a nonprofit organization of design professionals and planners, is made of baled straw stacked like bricks to create walls 18 inches to 24 inches thick. The walls are then stuccoed.
BUSINESS
August 17, 1994
Steel Versus Wood: A steel-framed house will be on display at the Anaheim Convention Center Friday at the 40th Annual Southern California Home and Garden Show. John D. Ewing, chairman of the residential advisory group for the American Iron and Steel Institute, will discuss construction of the house and how steel compares to standard wood framing. --Compiled by Debora Vrana / Times staff writer
TRAVEL
July 31, 1994 | MARY FRANCES SMITH
LOS OLIVOS--Start filling your autumn calendar by purchasing tickets to "A Celebration of Harvest," 1-4 p.m. Oct. 15 at Dunn School. Tickets for the wine and food tasting are $50 and go on sale Tuesday. Wines from 30 area wineries are featured at the fourth annual event. (800) 218-0881. SAN DIEGO--Colorful, spicy and rhythmic offerings await at the Latin American Festival, Aug. 5-7 in Bazaar del Mundo, Old Town San Diego State Historic Park.
HOME & GARDEN
August 18, 1990 | ROBERT OSTMANN JR.
Making your way through the 1,200 exhibits and 13 acres of the 36th Annual Southern California Home and Garden Show can be a bewildering, overwhelming, disorienting, exhausting experience. But, by following a few tips, it can be a lot of fun, too. Get a map.
TRAVEL
August 20, 1995 | MARY FRANCES SMITH
ANAHEIM--If you're planning to spruce up your dwelling, check out the 1995 Southern California Home and Garden Show, through Aug. 27 at the Anaheim Convention Center. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. today and next Sunday; noon-8 p.m. Monday-Friday; 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday. 800 W. Katella Ave. $6.50, general; $5, 55 and over; $3, kids 8-14; free for those 7 and under. (714) 978-8888. SAN FRANCISCO--"The Secret Garden" is the theme of the 56th annual San Francisco County Fair Flower Show, Aug.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 15, 1986 | CHRIS PASLES
Members of the South Coast Ballet will shuck their tutus and leotards to don tattered street clothes when they perform a "Salute to British Musicals" at the 32nd annual Southern California Home and Garden Show, opening Saturday and running through Aug. 24 at the Anaheim Convention Center. "The dancers will be cockney street people who feel the fun of life and who have no cares in the world," said James Jones, the company's founding artistic director.
HOME & GARDEN
August 18, 1990 | ROBERT OSTMANN JR., Robert Ostmann Jr. is a regular contributor to Home Design
At Pella Products in Corona, they've been gearing up for weeks. This is it, the big one. Every person on the window company's sales staff has been put through a refresher course on how to greet customers, how to work crowds, how to sort out potential buyers from the looky-loos. Sales contests have been established. A complete "window store on the road" has been set up in the Anaheim Convention Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 1985 | Karen A. Gallegos \f7
A holiday atmosphere prevailed at the Anaheim Convention Center on Thursday as about 50 nurserymen, landscapers and floral designers bustled to unwrap exotic blooms for the 31st annual Southern California Home and Garden Show. Just before sunrise Tuesday, trucks lumbered through the elephant-sized doors of the convention center and dumped 75 tons of peat moss onto the floor. "It's not peat moss, exactly.
REAL ESTATE
August 2, 1987
Question: Now that summer weather has finally arrived, I've been trying to get some yard work done and want to lay bricks in an area off to the side of the patio that already exists. I know you've given advice before on putting bricks down in sand so I won't have to pay to mix cement or have it poured. Would you please refresh my memory a bit about how this is done?
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