Antelope Valley Fairgrounds announces the
return of the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Touring
Pro Division on the 4th of July
Fireworks Extravaganza to follow the action at 9:30pm
The Antelope Valley Fairgrounds today announced that the Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division presented by the Showdown Rodeo, Inc., in partnership with the A.V. Fairgrounds and City of Lancaster, will return to the fairgrounds on Tuesday, July 4th. Tickets for the Professional Bull Riders competition on sale now at www.avfair.com.
Pro. Bull Riders Reserved Grandstand Seats*: $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $15.00
Box Seats (sold in sets of 6 seats only): $150.00 (call 661-948-6060)
Children under 3 years old: FREE with paid adult
The PBR will be followed by fireworks.
*A service charge of 10% will be added to each PBR ticket price.
4th OF JULY FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA
General Admission (grass seating), all ages: FREE
Reserved grandstand seating requires a PBR ticket. Free fireworks viewing areas are located south of the grandstands. Chairs and blankets for NON-grandstand, fireworks viewing areas are encouraged. OUTSIDE ALCOHOL, BBQs AND PETS ARE PROHIBITED.
The festivities kick-off Tuesday, July 4th, when the gates open at 4 p.m. The Professional Bull Riders competition will begin at 7p.m. At approximately 9:30pm the spectacular fireworks show will begin. Live music by Jake Nelson and the Tone Wranglers will be performed throughout the event and Miss Rodeo California, Brittney Phillips, will be available for autographs in addition to great food and shopping.
For Professional Bull Riders information, go to www.showdownrodeo.com.
For 4th of July fireworks information, go to www.cityoflancasterca.org/july 4.
Purchase Professional Bull Riders tickets at: www.avfair.com.
This sounds like a great photo opportunity.
Famed locomotive to steam again
According to its owners and restorers, Southern Pacific locomotive No. 18 will travel the only remaining SP narrow gauge track for the “Slim Princess Reunion” on Sept. 22-24 at the Laws Railroad Museum in Bishop.
A tiny narrow gauge steam locomotive, No. 18, that once rolled through Mojave on its way to be serviced in Los Angeles will once again ride the rails in Inyo County in September.
According to its owners and restorers, Southern Pacific locomotive No. 18 will travel the only remaining SP narrow gauge track for the “Slim Princess Reunion” on Sept. 22-24 at the Laws Railroad Museum in Bishop.For the first time in 63 years, Engine 18, a 1911 Baldwin steam locomotive permanently housed in Independence and recently been returned to operation by a team of dedicated volunteers, will run numerous trips over track it once called home, according to the Carson and Colorado Railway and Laws Railroad Museum.
Back when it was operating, the tiny engine and its sisters were transported through Mojave and the Antelope Valley to SP’s Taylor Yard in Los Angeles on flat cars for service.
At one time it was possible to ride trains from Los Angeles to Nevada via the standard gauge SP line to Lone Pine and the narrow gauge Carson and Colorado over Mount Montgomery Pass.
Exact pricing, times, tickets and much more information for the Slim Princess Reunion will soon be available at carsoncolorado.com and lawsmuseum.org.
Brent Paull, of Tulare, CA, and one of the speakers for the April 1 Chapter Photo Event in Camarillo, will be offering four photo safaris at a special reduced fee for those who are present and pay on April 1. The safaris included are: Yellowstone Spring Wildlife, 4 days: 6/3-6/6/2017; Colorado Wildflowers/Mtn. Goats: 7/19-7/21/2017; Glacier NP, 8/14-8/17/2017; and Yellowstone Fall Safari: 9/21-9/23/2017. Bring your credit card! Info: http://www.psa-socalchapter.org/2017-photography-event.html.
This summer, get back to living
For many, the idea of a summer break is a distant memory. Something that was enjoyed back in the school days. Back before jobs, kids, bills, and a million other things stepped in the way. But isn’t it crazy that actually living life has taken a backseat to just getting through life? We think so.
With that thought in mind, we have made some changes to our beloved Summer Intensive course that will make it easier for you to get back to spending summers how you used to … by enjoying them.
Here is some helpful information about Summer Intensive 2017 that we think will get you excited about the year ahead.
10:00AM – 5:00PM
3309 S. Bristol St.
Santa Ana, CA 92704
Tamron’s Mobile Learning Center is making an official tour stop at Samy’s Camera. Get your photo questions answered all day. Test drive the latest in Tamron technology. Take free mini-seminars and then try out Tamron lenses with our organized photo shoots. Specials on Tamron lenses for all attendees. Don’t miss this fun opportunity to learn and put your new skills to the test.
No sign up required. Free for all attendees.