This holiday season, the North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach, CA is once again featuring the delightful musical stylings of The Girl Singers of the Hit Parade. This talented family of singers performs popular holiday songs from the 1950’s, like Winter Wonderland, Silver Bells, and Santa Baby, along with a selection of Hanukkah songs. The show runs through December 24th, so if you haven’t seen it yet, there is still time. This festive event is family friendly, so if you’re interested in checking out the performance, visit www.northcoastrep.org for tickets.
If you choose to display a live Christmas tree this year, you’ll want to make sure it stays fresh through the entire holiday season. The last thing you want is for your tree to look lackluster in your holiday photos. If you aren’t experienced with caring for live trees, The National Christmas Tree Association offers a few suggestions for maintaining your tree.
With the advent of online shopping, a new kind of holiday crime has become more prevalent: porch piracy. If packages are delivered to your home when you aren’t there to receive them, the delivery person will usually just leave the package at your doorstep. This gives thieves, known as “porch pirates,” a prime opportunity to steal your packages right off your front porch.
PostalAnnex+ has been serving the packing and shipping needs of consumers and small businesses alike since 1985. In over 30 years of packing and shipping, the experts have learned a few strategies along the way to successfully ship your packages near and far. Here are their top 5 packing and shipping tips to help your gifts arrive on time and intact this holiday season.
The holidays come with all sorts of fun, festive events. It’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle, but taking some time to stop and soak in the sights and sounds of the season can help you make the most of this time of year. Whether you attend a holiday concert at your local theater or purchase tickets to Mannheim Steamroller at the San Diego Civic Center, one thing is certain: there is plenty of great music to be enjoyed!
Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and by now, you probably have your menu all planned out. However, don’t forget your table decorations! While you could put together an elaborate centerpiece, there are also plenty of clever ways to make a statement without spending a lot of time on a DIY project. Here are a few nice centerpiece ideas from Good Housekeeping which won’t be too much of a hassle for you to make at the last minute.
America’s second favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, is next week on Thursday, November 24, 2016. What’s not to love about a holiday where friends and family gather to consume a giant, delicious meal? After enjoying the classic dishes of turkey, gravy, stuffing, and mashed potatoes, you may have trouble finding room for dessert, but dessert is one of the most exciting parts. Whether your friends and family choose to go with the classics, like pumpkin or apple pie, or select a non-traditional dessert, finishing off dinner with something sweet is a great way to end the day.
After thoughtfully shopping for holiday gifts for friends and family far and wide, the last thing you want is for your gifts to arrive after the holidays. The professionals at PostalAnnex+ have compiled a list of final days to ship with UPS, FedEx, and USPS for a likely delivery by Christmas.
Halloween is right around the corner, coming up on Monday, October 31, 2016. If you want to have the best candy in the neighborhood, it helps to know what people actually want. Thanks to Candystore.com, you can shop with confidence. The site has collected and analyzed sales data from 2007 to 2015 for the three months leading up to Halloween in order to discover each state’s most popular candy. According to the site, California’s favorite candy is salt water taffy, with residents consuming 1.6 million pounds of the sticky treat.
With Halloween fast approaching on October 31, 2016, if you haven’t planned out this year’s costume, now is the time to take action. But, what if you’re at a loss for a great idea this year? First, decide if you’re doing a group or a solo costume, and then consider the genre you want. Do you want something scary or clever, historic or fantasy, simple or elaborate? Once you’ve answered these questions, you can scour the internet for ideas if you still need to decide on your exact costume. You can also pay a visit to your local costume shop.