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We hear similar stories repeated in different ways from our clients; At first, they look forward to stolen weekend's to golf & relax in the desert - they gradually discover they're crafting ways to spend more time here until it becomes clear, life just doesn't get any better than this."

Once that realization hit's, the process of change begins... We know what an extraordinary commodity your home is - buying or selling a home can be one of the most important decisions you will make and having the right team on your side will make the difference.

We specialize in homes throughout the Palm Springs Valley including Palm Desert Real Estate & Homes, Indian Wells Real Estate & Homes, La Quinta Real Estate & Homes, Rancho Mirage Real Estate & Homes, Palm Springs Real Estate & Homes& Indio Hills Real Estate & Homes. Whether you want to buy or sell an estate, lock & leave property with income potential, a resort property, land to build your dream home, or a property located in a country club or golf community we know the desert and are here to help. Our motto, If its important to you, it's important to us, guides us as we help our clients buy or sell a home in the desert.

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Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade

Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade

Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade

The Official Season Kick Off is almost here…the 53rd  annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade.  This years theme is Desert Safari.  The Grand Marshal this year will be Gavin MacLeod from The Love Boat.  Experience the spectacular color, pageantry, and fun as scores of whimsically decorated golf carts and bands march down Palm Desert’s famous shop-’til-you-drop El Paseo, in the first major event of the season

Come celebrate nostalgia at The Annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade with decorated golf carts from local businesses, groups, associations and just for fun! Join the fun with local school marching bands and vendors for all ages. A fun experience enjoyed on world-renowned El Paseo in Palm Desert. It’s a small town feel in the heart of the desert bringing local communities together.

National RC Nitro Off Road Racing in Palm Desert

National RC Nitro Off Road Racing in Palm Desert

National RC Nitro Off Road Racing in Palm Desert

The Palm Desert RC Raceway will host Round #7 of the Jimmy Babcock Racing League Nitro Off-Road Series on Saturday, October 7th at the PDRCR Track, located at 72440 Painters Path in Palm Desert – behind the Desert Crossing Shopping Center and next to the entrance to the “Bump-n-Grind Trail.”

The JBRL Nitro Off-Road Series will bring over 130 of the top R/C nitro off-road drivers from around the country to the Coachella Valley. Practice for the race opens on Friday, October 6th from 1pm to 8pm and on Saturday, October 7th from 6am to 8am. Racing begins promptly on Saturday at 8:30am to 10pm. Food and drinks will be available all day during Saturday’s event. Locals are encouraged to come by free-of-charge to watch and cheer for their favorite R/C driver and team during both practice and race days.

The JBRL Nitro Off-Road Series is in its 12th season for 2017 and is the most popular radio control nitro car and truck racing series in the country. The series visits eight tracks from Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona to test the skills of the R/C racers over a wide range of track and weather conditions. The series features many different racing classes for the novice to the expert racer alike.

“I pulled out all the stops to hire Joey Christensen from The Dirt Racing to build a brand new track layout just for this series,” says Chris Dolan, new owner and operator of Palm Desert RC Raceway as of April 2017. Chris is a teacher with the Desert Sands Unified School District. Joey from The Dirt Racing is considered the country’s best R/C track layout and builders with more than 20 years’ experience. The buzz on the streets from racers who have already practiced on the new track layout are saying it’s the best track layout they’ve seen in years.

Concerts in The Park

Free Concerts in the Park
October 5 – 26 at the Palm Desert Civic Center Park. 

Concerts in Park

Concerts in the Park Every May and October, Palm Desert rolls out the red carpet inviting all music lovers to gather for a month-long event at the Civic Center Park Amphitheater.

Residents and visitors alike flock to the Palm Desert Civic Center Park every Thursday evening in May and October for the City’s free Concerts in the Park. Held on the terraced lawn of the Civic Center Park Amphitheater.music lovers can look forward to diverse musical offerings that may range from reggae to R&B, and from country to indie.

Music lovers can look forward to a variety of musical offerings that can range from Reggae to R&B, and from Country to Indie.

Summer is over and it’s time to celebrate!  Find your favorite rhythm and get into the swing of a New Season in the Desert!  Just 5 minutes from Civic Center Park is this Palm Desert Getaway, a Single Family Pool Home with Guest House, Check it Out!

Here’s the October 2017 Line Up:

The Long Run

The Dust Bowl Revival Tour

Yachty by Nature

Downbeat LA - AM FM

 

 

‘Y Be Fit Palm Desert Challenge’

Y Be Fit Palm Desert Challenge

Registration for the 4th Annual Y Be Fit Palm Desert Challenge, set for Sunday, October 1, is well underway, with more three-person relay teams signing up for the Reverse Mini-Triathlon, and the 5K Run/Walk.

Now is the time to ramp up training and making the commitment to participate in this fun day of health, wellness, and fitness with family and friends. All proceeds directly benefit the many programs of the Valley’s own Family YMCA of the Desert, which works with over 3,800 children every day, at 41 locations across the Coachella Valley.

There’s still time to get ready for either of the events, even during the last days of summer. The event organizers, Family YMCA of the Desert, encourage the Mini-Triathlon participants, whether doing it solo or in a three-person relay team, to train in a variety of ways. Swimming laps is the best way to stay fit and prepare, and the Palm Desert Aquatic Center is the perfect place to train.

Y Be Fit Palm Desert Challenge

For those wishing to participate in the Reverse Mini-Triathlon but are not confident in their ability to complete all three legs, consider joining a team where each team member will complete one leg of the race, relay style. Palm Desert Aquatic Center has offered to help match participants.

The 4th Annual Y Be Fit Palm Desert Challenge begins and ends at Palm Desert Civic Center Park, at 43900 San Pablo Avenue. A Health and Fitness Fair will be held at Civic Center Park and PDAC from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., including vendor and information booths, entertainment, and activities. In addition to participants in the event, the public is invited to attend the fair.

Schedule of Events 

6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. Packet pick-up and late registration for Reverse Tri/Relay and 5K Run/Walk

6:45 a.m. First Jazzercise demonstrations; ongoing demos throughout the day

6:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Pedal Spin Pedal-A–Thon

6:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Booths open; collect 20 signatures on your Booth Passport

7:00 a.m. Burrtec Reverse Triathlon/Relay starts

7:00 a.m. to 8:55 a.m. Wristband pick-up and late registration for 2K Color Run 7:15 a.m. Prime Time 5K Run/Walk starts

8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Yoga for Runners

*8:00 a.m. to 8:40 a.m. Marines Boot Camp for Kids (held on the baseball field) 9:00 a.m. FirstBank 2K Color Run starts

*9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Prizes and Harlem Globetrotter Demonstration by former Harlem Globetrotter John Lane (held at the outdoor basketball court, behind the YMCA)

*9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Marines Boot Camp for Kids (held on the baseball field)

9:30 a.m. until PDAC closes Open swim for all participants

9:45 a.m. Awards Ceremony by the pool slides

 

Desert Golf Course Over Seeding Schedule

Headed to the Desert to play Golf?   Take a look at our 2017 Desert Golf Course Over Seeding Schedule so you don’t miss one minute of Great Golf!

Desert Golf Course Over Seeding       
If you’re unfamiliar with the Phenomenon of our Desert Golf Course Over Seeding, here are the basics of what you will see happening on our local courses over the next couple of months. Currently, our local golf courses have warm-weather Bermuda grass on the fairways and tees and almost every course in the desert has some Bermuda on their greens. 

Bermuda grass goes dormant and turns brown during the cooler winter months. So to keep the courses green and playable, they cut the Bermuda grass so short it’s mostly dirt, then they spread tons of winter rye grass seed and add lots of water. During the over seeding process and while waiting for the winter rye to take hold well enough to stand up to play, the courses close during the grow-in period, usually 3 – 4 weeks.

Here is a partial list of our Local Desert Golf Course
Over Seeding Schedules by City, then by Club

Desert Golf Course Overseeding Schedule for

 

PALM DESERT
See All Available Palm Desert Golf Course Properties HERE 
BIGHORN Golf Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - BIGHORN Golf Club

Mountain Course
Closing October 2 – Reopening November 3, 2017
Canyon Course
Closing October 9 – Reopening November 10, 2017

Classic Club Palm Desert
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Classic Club
Closing October 9 – Reopening November 11, 2017

Desert Willow Golf Resort
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Desert Willow Mountain Course
Mountain View Course 
Closing September 25 – Reopening October 26, 2017
Firecliff Course
Closing November 13 – Reopening December 25, 2017

Desert Falls Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Desert Falls Country Club
Closing October 9 – Reopening November 10, 2017

Ironwood Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Ironwood Country Club
South Course Closing October 14 – Reopening November 22, 2017
North Course Closing October 2 – Reopening November 7, 2017

Monterey Country Club
Monterey Country Club
East Nine Closing October 2 – Reopening October 28, 2017
South Nine Closing October 9 – Reopening November 11, 2017
West Nine Closing October 16 – Reopening November 18, 2017

Palm Valley Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Palm Valley Country Club
Champion Course
October 9 – Reopening November 10, 2017
Challenge Course
Closing September 25 – Reopening October 20, 2017

Stone Eagle Golf Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Stone Eagle Golf Club
Closing September 25 – Reopening November 10, 2017

Desert Golf Course Overseeding Schedule for

INDIAN WELLS

See ALL Available Indian Wells Fairway Properties Available HERE

Desert Horizons Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Desert Horizons Country Club
Closing September 24 – Reopening November 11, 2017


Eldorado Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Eldorado Country Club
Closing September 25 – Reopening November 7, 2017

Indian Wells Country Club
Desert Golf Course Overseeding - Indian Wells Country Club
Classic Course
Closing October 9 – Reopening November 10, 2017
Cove Course
Closing September 25 – Reopening October 28, 2017

Indian Wells Golf Resort 
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Indian Wells Golf Resort
Celebrity Course
Closing October 16 – Reopening November 2, 2017
Players Course
Closing September 2 – Reopening October 12, 2017

The Reserve Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - The Reserve Club
Closing  September 25 – Reopening November 10, 2017

Toscana Country Club
Golf Course Over Seeding - Toscana Country Club
South Course
Closing September 26 – Reopening November 11, 2017
North Course
Closing October 2 – Reopening November 11, 2017

The Vintage Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - The Vintage Club
Mountain Course
Closed – Reopening  November 11, 2017
Desert Course
Closing September 25 – Reopening November 11, 2017

Desert Golf Course Overseeding Schedule for

RANCHO MIRAGE
See ALL Available Rancho Mirage Golf Course Properties HERE
Mission Hills Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Mission Hills Country Club 
Arnold Palmer Course
Closing October 13 – Reopening November 10, 2017
Dinah Shore Course
Closing October 20 – Reopening November 17, 2017
Pete Dye Course
Closing November 5 – Reopening December 5, 2017

The Club at Morningside
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - The Club at Morningside
Closing October 1 – Reopening November 7, 2017

Tamarisk Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Tamarisk Country Club
Closing October 1  – Reopening November 10, 2017

Thunderbird Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Thunderbird Country Club
Closing  October 1 – Reopening November 4, 2017

The Springs Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - The Springs Country Club
Closing October 2 – Reopening November 9, 2017

Westin Mission Hills
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Westin Mission Hills Golf
Pete Dye Course
Closing September 29 – Reopening October 23, 2017
Gary Player Course
Closing October 30 – Reopening November 23, 2017

Desert Golf Course Overseeding Schedule for

BERMUDA DUNES
Bermuda Dunes Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Bermuda Dunes Country Club
Closing October 2 – Reopening November 3, 2017

Desert Golf Course Overseeding Schedule for

LA QUINTA
See ALL Available Fairway Homes in La Quinta HERE

Andalusia Country Club

Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Andalusia at Coral Mountain
Closing October 1 –  Reopening November 10, 2017

PGA West
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - PGA West

Stadium Course
Closing October 9  – Reopening November 2, 2017
Jack Nicklaus Course
Closing October 2 – Reopening October 26, 2017
Greg Norman Course
Closing October 27 – Reopening November 21, 2017
Jack Nicklaus Private Course
Closing September 25 – Reopening October 26, 2017
Arnold Palmer Private Course
Closing October 20 – Reopening November 21, 2017
Tom Weiskopf Course
Closing September 18 – Reopening October 19, 2017

The Citrus Club at La Quinta
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Citrus at la Quinta

The Citrus Course
Closing October 2 – Reopening November 2, 2017
The Mountain Course
Closing October 23 – Reopening November 2, 2017
The Dunes Course
Closing September 25 – Reopening October 19, 2017

Hideaway Golf Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - HIdeaway Golf Club
Pete Dye Course
Closing September 25 – Reopening November 11, 2017
Clive Clark Course
Closing October 2 – Reopening November 17, 2017

The Quarry at La Quinta
Desert Golf Course Over Seeing - The Quarry at La Quinta
Closing October 2 – Reopening November 10, 2017

Silver Rock Resort
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Silver Rock Resort
Closing October 9 – Reopening November 7, 2017

Tradition Golf Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Tradition Golf Club
Closing September 25 – Reopening November 11, 2017

Desert Golf Course Overseeding Schedule for
INDIO
See ALL of the Available Indio Fairway Homes HERE
Golf Club Terra Lago
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding - Golf Club Terra Lago
South Course
Closed  – Reopening October 7, 2017
North Course
Closing October 12 – Reopening November 22, 2017

Indian Palms Country Club
Desert Golf Course Over Seeding Schedule - Indian Palms Country Club
Indian Course
Closing September 5 – Reopening October 13, 2017
Mountain Course
Closing September 5 – Reopening October 13, 2017
Royal Course
Closing September 5 – Reopening October 13, 2017

Late Spring. when the temperatures rise, the rye grass dies out naturally, but the Bermuda grass which has been dormant over the winter comes back to life. With the help of our highly educated golf course superintendents here in the desert.

In years past the over seeding process created billows of dirt and dust into the air creating a dusty, air-choking, allergy inducing haze across the entire valley, sending anyone with allergies running to the medicine cabinet for help. Today,  the process is much gentler, better for the courses and for the desert air quality.

Resorts with multiple courses will stagger the over seeding schedules to keep at least one course open while the other course is closed. By the end of November, all of the desert courses are a shimmering emerald green, just in time for the snowbirds arrival and another great golf season in the Desert!

Looking for that perfect Desert Resort Lifestyle?  We are Local Experts, specializing in the best opportunities available in Desert Fairway and Resort Properties.  Contact us directly for more details Cathi Cell: (760) 218 – 5752  or Cathi@DesertAreaHomeFinder.com

 

City of Palm Desert’s First Garage Sale

Palm Desert's First Garage Sale

The public is invited to the City of Palm Desert’s first Garage Sale on Friday, September 15. A variety of office furniture, business furnishings, and other items will be on display from 9 a.m. to noon at City Hall, 73510 Fred Waring Drive (northeast corner of Fred Waring and San Pablo Avenue).

The garage sale will be conducted via a silent auction to ensure that everyone has a chance to bid on the items that interest them. At the conclusion of the auction, high bidders will be notified and given the opportunity to pick up their items prior to 3 pm.

Items for sale include: filing cabinets, a desk, tables, chairs, computer/printer stands, framed pictures, holiday decorations, and more. Rather than declaring these used items “surplus” and disposing of them, the City is conducting the sale in the hopes that local nonprofits, businesses, and other community members can take advantage of this opportunity to find bargains and stretch limited resources. For more information, please call 760-776-6454 or email hhorning@cityofpalmdesert.org.

Palm Springs International Airport

The Palm Springs International Airport
Named by Smarter Travel as one of the Top 10 “Most Stress-Free Airports” in the U.S.

The Palm Springs International Airport connects The Coachella Valley to the World and is a major player in the success of the Valley in terms of Business revenues, Housing, Tourism and the Healthcare Industry.

Today, The Palm Springs International Airport is a hub for International Travel Destinations. With the addition of new direct flights into the valley, economic opportunities have opened up to all facets of the local economy not the least of which is the impact on future homeownership opportunities.  As travel to and from the valley gets easier, it also becomes more attractive to own and keep a vacation home here. Whether it’s a Lock and Leave Condo, Fairway Home in a Golf Community, Tennis Estate, or Single Family Home in a Gated Community, Home prices are very affordable as compared to nearby metropolitan areas and the lifestyle is diverse, attracting all ages to this sunny wonderland.

Palm Springs International Airport

The Palm Springs International Airport welcomes visitors each year from over 500 cities from around the world and is served by ten airlines connecting hundreds of cities worldwide with direct flights from ten major airline hubs.

The Most Recent Additions to the nonstop flight schedules include Flights directly to and from
New York, NY
Minneapolis St Paul, MN
Stockton, CA
San Jose, CA
Houston, TX
Denver, CO
Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Most Popular Direct Flights continue to be
Bellingham, WA  Calgary, Alberta   Chicago, IL   Dallas Ft Worth   Edmonton, Alberta   Los Angeles, CA   Phoenix, AZ  Portland, OR   Salt Lake City, UT   San Francisco, CA   Seattle, WA   Toronto, Ontario    Vancouver, BC

Did you Know?
The original Palm Springs Municipal Airport was laid out in the early 1920’s, but there are no known photographs until 1928 showing two planes parked in front of two small hangars.

1928 Palm Springs Airport

Circa 1936 photos, show American Airlines DC-3’s parked at the Palm Springs Municipal Airport, with the caption:

The vision for the Palm Springs Municipal Airport;
A Regular Port of Call for Major
Transcontinental Air Lines.

Vision for Palm Springs Municipal Airport

In 1937, the Airports Directory described the airport as a Commercial Airport having 3 sandy runways with the longest being 3,400’ and the Hangar marked with Palm Springs on the roof.

Palm Springs Airfield Sandy Runways

By 1939, World War II was approaching and the US military was preparing, they laid out a much larger airfield to the East and opened it as the Palm Springs Army Airfield, using it as a staging field by the Air Corps Ferrying Command.  The Palm Springs Airfield is still used today and is now called the Palm Springs International Airport.

The original Palm Springs Municipal Airport remained open during World War II as a civilian airport but later abandoned in 1946.  During the 1950’s Amado Rd was built across the old runways;  then throughout the 1980’s & 1990’s development of Tahquitz and Ave Caballeros pretty much removed any evidence of the old airport.

Vision San Pablo In Palm Desert

 

Vision San Pablo

The City Council is expected to approve the preliminary design for improvements to Vision San Pablo from Highway 111 to Magnesia Falls Drive, moving the project toward build-out starting next summer.

The Vision San Pablo makeover falls in line with the city’s strategic and general plans which call for more walkable neighborhoods which would include residential, retail, services and employment centers as well as neighborhood parks and recreation areas.

Vision San Pablo

San Pablo will be reduced to two traffic lanes from four, widening the sidewalks and bicycle lanes, adding roundabouts and desert landscape appropriate trees for shade and creates an area that can be closed off for events.

The community had a chance to look over the city’s vision, ask questions and voice its opinions with staff and elected officials during an open house in the administrative conference room at City Hall. More than 50 people turned out for the event.

Vision San Pablo

Estimated cost for improvements to the one-mile stretch of roadway range $9 million to $12 million, paid for with funds from the city’s Commercial Core and Civic Center Park Improvement bonds, Art in Public Places and the Coachella Valley Association of Governments.

Hatch Chile Roast In Rancho Mirage

Hatch Chile Roast

Clark’s Nutrition in Rancho Mirage will be hosting their 1st Annual Hatch Chile Roast on Thursday August 31ST from 9am-noon. If you’ve never had a Hatch Chile, you’ve been missing out and this is your chance to find out what all the buzz is about.

 

Like no other Chile you’ve ever had with a Robust, Smokey, One-of-a-kind Flavor.

Hatch Chile Roast

Hatch Chiles are part of daily life in New Mexico. This fleshy pepper is 5” – 6” long and are cultivated throughout New Mexico, the best in the world are grown in the fertile Hatch and Rio Grande Valleys in New Mexico and many of the original farms are still growing the older heirloom varieties.  They’ve become so popular, you’ll find newer regional varieties throughout the state.

To celebrate, the city of Hatch hosts the annual Hatch Chile Festival during Labor Day Weekend every year.

Hatch Chile Roast

And Now, you too can celebrate this fine Chile right here in Rancho Mirage!

Dog Days of Summer Yappy Hour for Animal Samaritans

Dog Days of Summer Yappy Hour for Animal Samaritans

Dog Days of Summer

FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 2017

Attention Dogs! Celebrate Dog Days of Summer at The Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage at a Yappy Hour just for you! We’ve helped more than 85 dogs find forever homes through our Dog Samaritans Adoption partnership with Animal Samaritans.

The Dog Days of Summer Yappy Hour for Animal Samaritans encourages adopted dogs along with local dogs and their families to come! Dogs will enjoy our pooch patio menu and canine treats while their human friends enjoy hosted appetizers and a no-host bar. Pet vendors and organizations will also be on-hand for the event that takes place on Friday, August 26th from 4 to 6 pm.

With over 8,000 rescues, the Animal Samaritans reached a mile-stone, 5,000 animals saved in less than 3 years.  Animal Samaritans, in partnership with Riverside County Animal Services (RCAS), rescues more than 150 dogs and cats every month.

The Adoption Alliance Animal Rescue Program also strives to rescue and adopt out animals at pet adoption events and by promoting dogs and cats for adoption through local media, the internet, and social media resources.

The Dog Days of Summer Yappy Hour for Animal Samaritans through the Partner Adoption Alliance program also rescues animals and places them with more than 130 rescue groups and fellow no-kill animal shelters throughout the U.S. and Canada.  They also provide veterinary services and in some cases surgery, to adoptable animals that need medical attention before being ready for a safe haven and adoption.

Animal Samaritans Adoption Alliance Rescue Coordinator Michelle Bergeron and part-time rescuer Jennifer Uberti work in tandem with staff from RCAS to access, test, and pull animals for rescue.  Both organizations share a common goal: to reduce animal euthanasia rates and save more lives.

“Five thousand discarded animals have been saved through the Adoption Alliance, and we can and will save more,” said Animal Samaritans’ Executive Director Fred Saunders. “The Adoption Alliance program needs your help in saving animals with donations, and volunteer assistance, including pet fostering, and pet transporters–Highway Heroes as we call them–to continue in the future.”

Dog Days of Summer Yappy Hour for Animal Samaritans rely’s on charitable contributions to underwrite its many community outreach programs, such as Humane Education in our local schools, emergency veterinary care for low-income seniors, and the feeding and care of animals at their own no-kill animal shelter.  Animal Samaritans is currently seeking donations earmarked for The Adoption Alliance to ensure the program continues to thrive and thousands more animals will be saved.

 

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  • Palm Desert, CA 92260
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