Well, with the dog days of summer drawing to a close, and school back in session, it is the perfect time to take a moment and appreciate the opportunity just to enjoy Seal Beach this past weekend, our local talent and its natural beauty. As The 40th Annual Arts & Crafts Faire, which has been awarded the “Best of Seal Beach Gold” for Cultural Events, returned this year to Eisenhower Park, on Sept. 10 and 11 with a wide selection of finding beautiful, unique and hand-crafted items.
The 73rd annual Lions Fish Fry is right around the corner on July 15th & 16th. Be sure to come down to Eisenhower Park from 11 – 7 on Saturday and 11 – 6 on Sunday. For this year’s 25th annual Car Opportunity Drawing, the Lions are switching it up a bit from the SUV of recent years and offering a 2017 Subaru Crosstrek as Grand Prize. The incredible work of Mike Gibbons and Ramona Kies, along with their team of new and long term Lions working consistently was a key to their success.
Since the beginning of the car show, the Lions have stepped up for the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Car Show. Also, in years prior, Spring was in part ushered in by the Lions pancake breakfast and then a grilled lunch. This will be the 64th annual Pancake Breakfast. Breakfast begins serving at 7 a.m. and should be available for car show participants, visitors and residents alike.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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