There are 4 blog entries for December 2017.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and our belly's are still full from our Thanksgiving feasts, but the best is yet to come. As we pull down our boxes, dust and all, we begin to piece our holiday decorations once again.
This year try something different by still keeping it traditional and festive. The term DIY, which means "do it yourself" has become pretty popular lately. This holiday season is perfect to brush up on your creativity and we're to help! The Hartanov team wants to help create your home into a cozy, holiday abode.
Let's start with something as simple and easy as mason jars. We all know how versatile mason jars can be; they're used for drinking, candle holders, flower vases, you know it. During this holiday season you can…
On every first Sunday of the month, Del Mar street welcomes local produce vendors, artists, craftsmen and visitors that flood the stretches of sidewalks to buy fresh flowers, souvenirs or other unique handcrafted finds.
This past Sunday felt a little different. San Clemente was greeted by some light rainfall in the morning after a previous week of hot and dry weather, definitely not fun during the fall!
As the yellow leaves had fallen along the sidewalks, visitors strolled around Del Mar, coffee in hand bringing upon a light and cozy atmosphere. Sunday's are the ultimate days to relax and unwind, so it was a definite must to visit the Farmers Market. At every farmer's market you will always find a new vendor and someone who has never…
San Clemente High School's annual homecoming parade celebrated with a multicultural theme for this years fun-filled floats. Del Mar street is filled with spectators every year to join the celebration of San Clemente High school, as they watch the community and students come together to celebrate.
Fire trucks, joyous students, sirens, music, marching band, athlete's, king and queen are what make this day a special one for the high school. Everyone comes together, as their famous slogan "one town, one team" is truly represented.
The freshmen float celebrated Italy Sophomore's represented Spain, Juniors took on the United Kingdom and the senior float paid tribute to America.
San Clemente High School's football team marched down…