In celebration of President’s Day, Huntington Beach’s new globally-inspired coastal eatery, Bluegold at Pacific City, is hosting a Presidents’ Day Whiskey Social on Monday, Feb. 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. You can j sip on all-American whiskey drinks. The “Born in the USA” cocktail specials all mixed with Jim Beam include Old Fashions, Manhattans, Whiskey Sours and Sazeracs.
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
21016 Pacific Coast Highway Ste D200 in Huntington Beach. 714.374.0038.
We just discovered the napkins, a luxury Swiss line of disposable napkins. You won’t be able to tell by look or feel that they are disposable! Designed in Switzerland and produced in Italy, their collections blend the elegance of linen with the convenience of paper.
The napkins just partnered with DwellStudio and launched a new Kitchen Line and Bamboo Line--their first green collection. This eco-friendly line features beautiful napkins made of 100% natural bamboo fibers that are both sustainable and completely compostable.
The napkins line brings class and ease to dinner parties, cocktail hours, family dinners and BBQs. The collection includes placemats, cocktail, traditional, guest towels, hemstich, bibs for kids and more.
You can shop online for holiday themes, a cityscape collection, as well as deluxe classic and deluxe floral collections.
Paws FUR Pink is a dog-friendly run/walk SoCal series for breast and canine cancer awareness. On Sunday, February 26, from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. you can join Paws FUR Pink Orange County at Irvine Regional Park in Orange. Participants can register to run or walk with their dogs and raise funds for charity paw-tners, which include the Orange County and Los Angeles Affiliates of Susan G. Komen, and the National Canine Cancer Foundation (NCCF).
“We created an event that includes dogs because we understand that the love of our pets is what we need to feel better,” said Lisa Scolman, co-founder of Paws FUR Pink. “We’re dedicated to supporting organizations that provide the necessary research, treatment, care, hope and inspiration to those affected by this disease. This year, we are thrilled to also be raising funds for canine cancer research with the National Canine Cancer Foundation.”
At the event, you and your beloved dog can participate in the Hearty Hound 5K Fun Run/Walk; a Dawdling Doodle 1-Mile Walk; and attend a FURever Yours Expo. There will be a PAWsitively Pink Costume Contest and custom medals and t-shirts to all participants.
For more information and to register for Paws FUR Pink® visit pawsfurpink.com. Greer’s OC readers can get $5 off registration at pawsfurpink.com using code: GREERSOC.
Irvine Regional Park is at 1 Irvine Park Road in Orange.
“Knott’s Berry Farm for the Cure” is celebrating its fourth consecutive year and has teamed up with Susan G. Komen Orange County for one day only to provide free mammograms and clinical breast exams to Knott’s employees and the local public who qualify. On Wednesday, Feb. 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., free mammograms and breast exams will be performed at the first and only mobile digital mammography coach serving Southern California.
On any given day, in Orange County, more than five women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and one woman will die from the disease.
For more information, visit here.
Mammograms at Knott’s Berry Farm will be at 7675 Crescent Avenue, South Lot, Buena Park.