Thursday, March 31, 2016

OMG seriously!!!! they are out there and they breed

OMG seriously!!!! they are out there and they breed - Kittykat

Posted by Bite my Lily White Ass on Wednesday, March 30, 2016

That is why we must not fall asleep in front of the TV!

Voilà pourquoi il ne faut pas s'endormir devant la télé !

Posted by Je suis français on Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Burt Reynolds Introduces the NEW Bandit Trans Am

The Beatles - Good Day Sunshine


How to Create a Drought Resilient / Tolerant Landscape

Tucson Hr 1 (2016)

The Savoy Ballroom

Los Angeles

Hauser Wirth & Schimmel: Downtown L.A.'s New Art Space

Ride the Tiger: A Guide Through the Bipolar Brain

Versailles, France: Palace Gardens and Little Hamlet

Chair Freddie Rodriguez hosts Select Committee Hearing on San Bernardino Terrorist Attack

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Breakthru Presents:

Local Artist Showcase!

We The Monsters, Kings Prophet, Surge, Andora

Sat, April 9, 2016

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Glass House

Pomona, CA


This event is all ages

World of Dance

Apr 02, 2016
Expo Halls 7 & 9
World of Dance
World of Dance continues to feature the hottest YouTube stars and dance icons, and provide experiences for fans to connect with the lifestyle brands and companies we love
More importantly, the stage is yours to showcase your talent and creativity
Parking is $10 at Gate 17 on Fairplex Dr.
Visit for more information

PVW Fun Run/Walk for Adults With Disabilities

Apr 02, 2016
Fairplex Campus
PVW Fun Run/Walk for Adults With Disabilities
PVW’s Annual Fun Run/Walk to support Adults With Disabilities will be held Saturday, April 2 on the Fairplex campus
Come join the fun and participate in the different events for all ages
Visit the website for registration and information

Giant RV Show

Apr 01, 2016 - 10, 2016
White Ave. lot
The Giant RV Show returns to the White Ave. lot
Stupendous shopping opportunities for new and seasoned RV fans
9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Free admission
Show hotline (888) 816-1249
Parking at Gate 9 on White Ave. at prevailing rates
Visit the website for more information

1889 Eiffel Tower opens


                                                       NATIONAL PROM DAY
March 31st is recognized as National Prom Day. It is a day to honor friendship, cherish memories, celebrate history, and enjoy the fun and excitement this milestone event brings.

National Prom Day celebrates this special time in every teen’s life, a time that’s not only filled with fashion, friendship and fun but where safety, peer pressure and insecurity can sometimes go along with it. That’s why building a community that encourages confidence, empowerment, individuality and inner beauty is so important as we celebrate young adults all around the world.
National Prom Day proudly supports Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), an organization that shares common values and a long-standing champion in educating young people.  While SADD’s core focus remains on traffic safety, it has expanded its mission to include substance abuse, suicide, depression, bullying, violence, body image and more.
National Prom Day 2016 celebrates the efforts of SADD with a donation for every dress purchase on March 31st.  Additionally, parents and other adults can look back to the time when they were in high school and their proms, how styles and traditions have changed and how many of them have remained the same. To celebrate National Prom Day we encourage everyone to post a Prom “throwback” photo of themselves, parents, grandparent, guardian etc.. Use #NationalPromDay to post on social media.

National Prom Day was submitted by PromGirl and was approved by the registrar at National Day Calendar in 2016. For more information visit

National Tater DayNATIONAL TATER DAY         

National Tater Day is observed annually on March 31.  This day is set aside to celebrate the potato that is loved by almost everyone and provides us with essential vitamins, minerals and fiber.
There are numerous ways to fix and enjoy the potato:  
Baked – Boiled – Steamed – Roasted – Mashed – Fried – Grilled – Scalloped – French Fries – Cottage Fries – Hash Browns – In Stew – In Soup – Potato Salad – Potato Dumplings – Potato Pancakes – Anyway You Like Them!!
This day may have originally had a different meaning.  At the beginning of April, there is a celebration of the sweet potato (Tater Day) in parts of Kentucky.  Sweet potatoes are one of the main cash crops in that area.  Tater Day started way back in the early 1840s with the trading and selling of sweet potatoes.  It is the oldest continuous trade day in the United States.
Worldwide, there are more than four thousand potato varieties
Since the time potatoes were shipped from Europe to the colonies in the early 17th century, their consumption has been a major part of the North American diet. In the United States, there are over 100 varieties of potatoes.  
Have your potato, tater or spud the way you like it. Use #NationalTaterDay to post on social media.
The origin of this day may be the Kentucky celebrated Tater Day.  However, our research was unable to find the creator of National Tater Day, an unofficial national holiday.
National Clams on the Half Shell Day - March 31NATIONAL CLAMS ON THE HALF SHELL DAY
National Clams on the Half Shell Day is observed each year on March 31.  This food holiday is a day for the clam lovers to enjoy a special dish.
The best variety of hardshell clams (also called Quahogs) for serving on the half-shell is the topneck, but you will find recipes using littlenecks and cherrystone as well. The topnecks run about two inches across, and the meaty clam is enough for a bite-sized morsel of Atlantic saltwater goodness.
Clams on the half shell can be raw, steamed, grilled or even smoked.
One popular “on the half shell” recipe originated in Rhode Island.  Often served as an appetizer, Clams Casino is a dish with toasted breadcrumbs and bacon.  Legend has it the recipe for Clam Casino dates back to 1917 and the Little Casino in Narragansett, Rhode Island.  According to Good Housekeeping Great American Classics, maître d’hôtel Julius Keller and Mrs. Paran Stevens developed clams casino for her guests, as she wanted to serve up something special.  Naming the dish after the hotel, word soon spread of its popularity and began appearing on menus across the nation.
Use #ClamsOnTheHalfShellDay to post on social media.
Our research was unable to find the creator and the origin of Clams On The Half Shell Day, an unofficial national holiday.

National Bunsen Burner Day - March 31


National Bunsen Burner Day is observed every March 31st.  This day honors the birthday of German chemist Robert Wilhelm Eberhard von Bunsen.
Named after Robert Bunsen, a Bunsen burner is a common piece of laboratory equipment that produces a single open gas flame which is used for heating, sterilization and combustion.  The gas can be either natural gas (mainly methane) or a liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane, butane or a mixture of the two.  
The invention of the Bunsen burner opened up new opportunities for the use of natural gas. Remembering your high school days and chemistry class, chances are you learned about and even used a Bunsen burner.  They are used in high schools and laboratories around the world.
Use #NationalBunsenBurnerDay to post on social media.
We were able to find the reason for National Bunsen Burner Day however our research was unable to find the creator of National Bunsen Burner Day, an unofficial national holiday.

Experience the Excitement!

Planes of Fame Air Museum is proud to present Planes of Fame Airshow 2016, April 29 - May 1: commemorating the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor.  This year’s airshow will feature nearly 50 historic aircraft, performing for your enjoyment as well as a salute to our veterans. We invite you to the airshow to celebrate the history, contributions, and sacrifices of our veterans.

Performers include  USAF F-16 Viper Demo Team and Heritage Flight, Sean D. Tucker-Team Oracle Aerobatics,  Sea Fury Aerobatics by Sanders Aeronautics, Rob Harrison and the Tumbling Bear, Gregory Colyer's T-33, Kent Pietsch and the Jelly Belly Airplane, Erickson Aircraft Collection, Texas Flying Legends, John Collver SNJ-AT6 Aerobatics, Granley Airshows Yak Aerobatic Team and over 40 WWII aircraft including Zeros, B-25, P-47, and P-51s, and there is more to announce later! In addition to many other fantastic airplanes that will be performing and on static display, there will be a special panel discussion with some of our honored veterans. Stay tuned for future announcements of some of our special guests.  Also, be sure to catch the Twilight Show on April 29!   If you are interested in helping to sponsor the airshow, click
here to learn about the opportunities!

Pomona Valley Art Association

Do you remember?

Happy birthday Astrud Gilberto (born March 29, 1940). This fro...

Happy birthday Astrud Gilberto (born March 29, 1940). This from 1962...

Posted by Flashbak on Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Southern California weather forecast Thursday

Man's amazing 'Wheel of Fortune' performance goes viral

Pomona's proposed waste and recycling ordnance

Learn about 's proposed waste and recycling ordnance

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

10 ducklings rescued from storm drain at Cal Poly Pomona

Panda takes selfie with human foster dad at China zoo

It looks like even panda bears are obsessed with taking selfies.

A giant panda cub at the China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Panda Dujiangyan Base in Southwest China spent time with a human foster dad Monday.

Their bonding included hugging, kissing and taking selfies together, according to CCTV.

9th At Pitzer College Rockabilly Festival April 2, 2016 FREE, Family, Fun Rockabilly Festival promoted by local Latino Students…Antique Cars, Music, Vendors, Attractions

The Chaplin Puzzle (Rare Charlie Documentary 1992)

Rescue dog posthumously honored for saving lives

Rock Climbing Bears

Rock Climbing Bears

Posted by Native American Animals -Wolfs,Bear,Deer on Sunday, March 20, 2016

Ted Cruz just quoted 'The American President' to get back at Donald Trump

Ted Cruz just quoted 'The American President' to get back at Donald Trump

Posted by Mashable News on Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Don Henley on Austin City Limits "Praying for Rain"

Free Family Day

May 21, 2016
August 27, 2016
November 19, 2016
Hours: 12:00-5:00pm
Docent-led Tour: 1:00pm
AMOCA is proud to offer FREE admission and hands-on clay experience for families to spend quality time together! Come see all of our exhibitions in the museum and studio galleries from Noon to 5pm. A free docent-led tour will be offered at 1:00pm. Registration is not required for the tour or exhibitions.
Click here to register for the free clay experience.

Act 1
In ancient Egypt, in the capital city, Memphis, an Ethiopian princess, Aida, is held prisoner in Egypt, and she lies about her identity. Now, she is a slave of Amneris, the Egyptian King’s daughter. An Egyptian General, Radames, is secretly in love with Aida, and she with him. Then, the Egyptian King appoints Radames to supreme commander against Ethiopia. Aida is deeply conflicted about her love for her country and her love for Radames.

Act 2
Actually, Amneris, the Egyptian King’s daughter, also loves Radames. Radames wins a war, and returns to Egypt. The Egyptian King intends to reward Radames by bestowing Amneris on him, and for him to become the successor. Amneris is ecstatic, Radames is very confused, and Aida feels deep sorrow.

Act 3
Among the prisoners, Aida recognizes her father, Amonasro, the Ethiopian King. He compels Aida to betray Radames by eliciting from him his military secrets. Aida proposes to Radames that they escape from Egypt and live together. Radames agrees and then he reveals a secret escape route to her. Then, Amneris appears and arrests him as a betrayer. Radames tells them to get away. So Aida and Amonasro run away through the secret route.

Act 4
To leak military secrets results in the death penalty. Amneris offers to save Radames only if he promises to love and marry her. But, he refuses and is prepared to die.
Radames is buried alive in deep grave. He is surprised at the sight of Aida there. She has snuck into the grave before he was imprisoned. Together they wait for death to come.

Los Angeles Fire Dept. here in Pomona

The Dead Ships

The Soft White Sixties

Fri, April 8, 2016

9:00 pm


Pomona, CA


This event is 21 and over

Viva! Presents:

Hinds + The Garden

Wu-Wu, Cotillon

Thu, March 31, 2016

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Glass House

Pomona, CA


This event is all ages

Food Truck Thursdays

Apr 07, 2016
Fairplex lower administration lot
Popular Food Truck Thursdays return through August in the lower administration lot
It's no-cook Thursday, dine in or take out

Hours are 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Free admission & parking at Gate 1 on McKinley Ave.

Food Truck Lineup:
Belly Bombz
Farmer's Belly
Crepes Bonaparte
Boba Ni Taco
District Burger
Slammin Sliders
Hang 10 Tacos
Currywurst Truck
Cali fFresh

*Food Trucks are subject to change.

NHRA Museum's Twilight Cruise Night

Apr 06, 2016
Fairplex lower administration lot
3-7 p.m.
If it's the first Wednesday of the month, it's the NHRA Museum's Twilight Cruise Night with fun for all ages to enjoy hundreds of hot rods, classic cars and even a few vintage race cars on display.
Experience music, food, fun and just $3 to visit the historic Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum after 3 p.m. on cruise nights.
Cruise-ins, $5 entry per car, will receive a ticket for the drawing held during the evening for a chance to win a cash prize. Museum members are free; spectators not cruising in are admitted free to the cruise..
Parking through Gate 1 on McKinley Ave.
Visit for more information
Participants will not be allowed to park prior to 2 p.m. and regular Museum admission prices apply prior to 3 p.m.

POMONA READS! A Celebration of Books


Incredible Collection at the da Gallery


National Little Red Wagon Day - Last Wednesday in March

The last Wednesday in March is National Little Red Wagon Day. This is a day worthy of making memories and celebrating the power of imagination, as adults and children alike can enjoy time together with a little red wagon.
For nearly 100 years, Radio Flyer has been bringing smiles to kids of all ages and creating warm memories that last a lifetime. As a brand, Radio Flyer has always supported unstructured outdoor play and its positive impact on children. With their 100th anniversary on the horizon, Radio Flyer would like to establish a day that not only celebrates kids’ imaginations but the vehicles that help them explore it – their wagons.

This iconic toy is one of the most enduring toys of all time. For generations, children have led little red wagons down Independence Day parade routes, carried out countless imaginary missions and voyages of childhood fantasy. It is not unusual for a little red wagon to be handed down from one generation to the next, treasured like a family heirloom.  The adventures are enjoyed by all, regardless of age.
As the weather gets warmer and spring officially begins, use National Little Red Wagon Day to encourage kids to get outside, get active and go wherever their imaginations take them.  Use #LittleRedWagonDay and tag @RadioFlyer to share on social media. 
National Little Red Wagon Day was founded by Radio Flyer in honor of their upcoming 100th anniversary. The Registrar of National Day Calendar declared National Little Red Wagon Day in 2016.

National I am in Control Day - March 30NATIONAL I AM IN CONTROL DAY

National I am in Control Day is observed each year on March 30th.  
With the President being rushed to surgery on a rainy afternoon, a bullet lodged in his lung, a statement was made. “As of now, I am in control here in the White House.” Those are the words of Secretary of State Alexander Haig on March 30, 1981, after the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan.
He was taken to task for those words by the media. Haig later explained that he only meant that he was in charge until Vice President George Bush could be sworn in. Bush was en route at the time.
Sources believe that this was the beginning of National I am in Control Day.  This day has evolved and taken on a different context.  It is a day to get things under control in your life on a day to day basis.

For more information, visit the National Day Calendar page for National I am in Control Day.

National Doctors Day - March 30NATIONAL DOCTORS DAY

March 30th marks the annual observation of National Doctors Day.  This day was established to recognize physicians, their work and their contributions to society and the community.  On National Doctors Day, we say “thank you” to our physicians for all that they do for us and for our loved ones.
Healthcare today is more complex than ever.  With more advancements, tools and information at their fingertips doctors have an overwhelming job to diagnose and treat their patients every day.  This is the day to honor the men and women who see us 365 days a year.
Take the opportunity to thank your physician for taking late night phone calls, working long hours and providing unswerving care. Use #NationalDoctorsDay to post on social media.
March 30, 1933 was the first observance of Doctors Day in Winder, Georgia.   Dr. Charles B. Almond’s wife, Eudora Brown Almond, wanted to have a day to honor physicians.  On this first day in 1933, greeting cards were mailed and flowers were placed on the graves of deceased doctors.  The red carnation is commonly used as the symbolic flower for National Doctors Day.
The first ether anesthetic for surgery was administered by Crawford W. Long, M.D. on March 30, 1842, marking the date for Doctors Day.  On that day, before Dr. Long operated to remove a tumor from a man’s neck, he administered ether anesthesia.   Following surgery, the man would swear that he felt nothing during the surgery and was not aware of anything until he awoke.
For more information, visit the National Day Calendar page for National Doctors Day.

National Pencil Day March 30NATIONAL PENCIL DAY

Each year, March 30th is National Pencil Day.  Hymen Lipman received the first patent for attaching an eraser to the end of a pencil on this day in 1858.
The majority of pencils made in the United States are painted yellow.  It is believed that this tradition began in 1890 when the L & C Hardtmuth Company of Austria-Hungary introduced their Koh-I-Noor brand, named after the famous diamond.  This pencil was intended to be the world’s best and most expensive pencil.  Other companies then began to copy the yellow color so that their pencils would be associated with the high quality brand.
For more information, visit the National Day Calendar page for National Pencil Day.

National Take a Walk in the Park Day - March 30NATIONAL TAKE A WALK IN THE PARK DAY

National Take A Walk In The Park Day is observed annually on March 30th.  After a long busy day, a calming and therapeutic way to relax would be a nice, leisurely walk in the park.
Taking a walk at a local park is definitely a good way to clear one’s mind from the stresses of the day, re-energize yourself and at the same time, help to improve your health.
Make sure you take a camera with you during your walk as parks offer many opportunities to photograph nature. There is the possibility of capturing some great pictures of birds or other wildlife, flowers, budding trees, clouds or the sunset.
Go out for a walk in the park. Enjoy nature’s beauty and being outside. Use #TakeAWalkInTheParkDay to post on social media.
Our research was unable to find the creator and the origin of National Take A Walk In The Park Day, an unofficial national holiday.

National Turkey Neck Soup Day - March 30NATIONAL TURKEY NECK SOUP DAY

National Turkey Neck Soup Day is observed annually on March 30th.    The neck of a turkey makes flavorful soup and a homemade stock.  Often called a bone soup, seasonings, vegetables and noodles can be added as well.  
Recipes for Turkey Neck Soup:
Use #TurkeyNeckSoupDay to post on social media.
Our research was unable to find the origin and the creator of National Turkey Neck Soup Day, an unofficial national holiday.

Manatee Appreciation Day - Last Wednesday in March


Having a lifespan of about 60 years, manatees are calm herbivores with no known natural enemies that spend most of their time eating, sleeping and traveling.  These spectacular mammals have their day of honor each year on the last Wednesday in March, as people across the country celebrate Manatee Appreciation Day.  
Manatees like slow rivers, canals, saltwater bays, estuaries and coastal areas.  As a migratory species, they inhabit the Florida waters during the winter and move as far north as Virginia and as far west as Texas in the summer months.
The most significant challenge manatees face today is the loss of habitat. Currently, there are approximately 3,200 manatees living in the United States.  
Use #ManateeApprecicationDay to post on social media.
Our research was unable to find the origin and the creator of Manatee Appreciation Day.

Made in Ontario Business Series: UPS

Swans feeding koi fish. This makes me feel hopeful for Mother Nature again

Swans feeding koi fish. This makes me feel hopeful for Mother Nature again :)

Posted by OMG Social on Monday, April 27, 2015

District 6 Community Clean-up THIS SATURDAY, April 2nd from 8am-noon. Please see the flyer for more information.

Missing hiker reunited with family after long, cold night in forest

Los Angeles City Council approves plan to fix cracked, buckled sidewalks

FBI warns of increase in online scams

Southern California weather forecast Wednesday

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

9-year-old runs over 30 miles in 24 hours on Navy SEAL-inspired obstacle course

Patty Duke, who as a teen won an Oscar for playing Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker," then maintained a long career while battling personal demons, has died at the age of 69.

The actress died early Tuesday morning of sepsis from a ruptured intestine, according to her agent, Mitchell Stubbs. She died in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, where she had lived for the past quarter-century, according to Teri Weigel, the publicist for her son, actor Sean Astin.

Duke astonished audiences as the young deaf-and-blind Keller first on Broadway, then in the acclaimed 1962 film version, appearing in both alongside Anne Bancroft (who won an Oscar of her own) as Helen's teacher, Annie Sullivan.

Then in 1963, Duke burst on the TV scene starring in her own sitcom, "The Patty Duke Show," which aired for three seasons. She played dual roles as identical cousins Kathy, "who's lived most everywhere, from Zanzibar to Barclay Square" while (according to the theme song) "Patty's only seen the sights a girl can see from Brooklyn Heights. What a crazy pair!"

In 2015, she would play twin roles again: as a pair of grandmas on an episode of "Liv and Maddie," a series on the Disney Channel.

"We're so grateful to her for living a life that generates that amount of compassion and feeling in others," Astin told The Associated Press in reflecting on the outpouring of sentiment from fans at the news of her death.

She had "really, really suffered" with her illness, Astin added. From late last week until early Tuesday morning, he said, "was a really, really, really hard process. It was hard for her, it was hard for the people who love her to help her...."

But throughout her life, she was "a warrior," he said. "You watch this 4-foot-10, tiny imp of a lady who's more powerful than the greatest military leaders in history."

Born Anna Marie Duke in the New York borough of Queens on Dec. 14, 1946, she had a difficult childhood with abusive parents. By age 8, she was largely under the control of husband-and-wife talent managers who kept her busy on soap operas and advertising displays.

In the meantime, they supplied her with alcohol and prescription drugs, which accentuated the effects of her undiagnosed bipolar disorder.

In her 1988 memoir, "Call Me Anna," Duke wrote of her condition and the diagnosis she'd gotten only six years earlier, and of the subsequent treatment that helped stabilize her life. The book became a 1990 TV film in which she starred, and she became an activist for mental health causes, helping to de-stigmatize bipolar disorder.

With the end of "The Patty Duke Show" in 1966, which left her stereotyped as not one, but two squeaky-clean teenagers, Duke attempted to leap into the nitty-grittiness of adulthood in the 1967 melodrama "Valley of the Dolls," in which she played a showbiz hopeful who falls prey to drug addiction, a broken marriage and shattered dreams.

The film, based on the best-selling Jacqueline Susann pulp novel, was critically slammed but a commercial sensation.

During her career she would win three Emmy Awards, for the TV film "My Sweet Charlie," the miniseries "Captains and the Kings" and the 1979 TV remake of "The Miracle Worker," in which Duke played Annie Sullivan with "Little House on the Prairie" actress Melissa Gilbert as Keller.

In the 1980s, she starred in a trio of short-lived sitcoms: "It Takes Two," ''Karen's Song" and "Hail to the Chief," cast as the first female president of the United States.

"Her career ebbed and flowed," said Astin, her son with her third husband, actor John Astin, said, "and sometimes she was stressed about it and sometimes she was at peace with it. And then she'd get to do something that she could sink her teeth into, that reminded her of what she was capable of."

In addition to her acting career, Duke was elected the president of the Screen Actors Guild twice and served from 1985-1988.

She starred in several stage productions, including a return to Broadway in 2002 to play Aunt Eller in a revival of the musical "Oklahoma!"

By then, she already had spent a dozen years living in Idaho with her fourth husband, Michael Pearce (who survives her), seeking refuge from the clutter, noise and turmoil of big cities, and from the tumultuous life she had weathered in the past.

In describing the role of Aunt Eller, and perhaps herself, to The Associated Press, she said, "This is a woman who has had strife in life, made her peace with some of it and has come to the point of acceptance. Not giving up."

New Revolution Virtual Reality Roller Coaster Rider Cam POV Six Flags Magic Mountain - 2016

Scrappy Toys and the da Art Gallery

Well lately I've been making toys for the kids at the Da Art Gallery here on Main St. in Pomona. The kid's come by, and paint the toys.
So one day, I came by the da, and they asked me if I can do something with these pieces of wood. So  I said, let me see what I can come up with.

First I came up with these boxes, the kids can paint them up and use them for storing some of their art supplies. No nails, just wood glue.

And I like airplanes, so I came up with these. The one in the back is a jet airplane and the other is just your run of the mill airplane.
Again the kids can paint them up, and then take them home.
So I'm going to make few more boxes for the kids and maybe a few more airplanes.
 Now if I can get Porky and Dee O Gee to help, well never mind. 

Historic Home Tour

2014 Oxnard Autumn Historic Home Tour

Oxnard Historic District 2012 and Oxnard Campus Park

Things That Arent Here Anymore with Ralph Story KCET PBS

Apr 02, 2016
Fairplex Campus
PVW Fun Run/Walk for Adults With Disabilities
PVW’s Annual Fun Run/Walk to support Adults With Disabilities will be held Saturday, April 2 on the Fairplex campus
Come join the fun and participate in the different events for all ages
Visit the website for registration and information

Giant RV Show

Apr 01, 2016 - 10, 2016
White Ave. lot
The Giant RV Show returns to the White Ave. lot
Stupendous shopping opportunities for new and seasoned RV fans
9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Free admission
Show hotline (888) 816-1249
Parking at Gate 9 on White Ave. at prevailing rates
Visit the website for more information