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April 19, 2015 (Ramona) – You’re invited to East County Magazine’s Spanish Fiesta celebration on Sunday, April 26th from 12-2 p.m. at the beautiful Hacienda de las Rosas Winery in Ramona!

Your ticket includes wonderful wine-tasting, live flamenco guitar music by Myles Moynier, Peruvian Paso equestrian demonstration by Jorge Valenzuela, fabulous lunch by Jeremy’s on the Hill, delightful desserts from Grove Pastry Shop,  plus a silent auction and fabulous opportunity drawing prizes!

This event is limited to our subscribers--subscribe free at http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/wild-fire-alerts for our weekly newsletter, wildfire alerts or both.  Proceeds benefit our wildfire reporting for fire season. 

RSVP by Wednesday to enter a drawing for a Spanish guitar CD by the famous Romeros family. 

SDG&E will also be on hand with free gifts and energy saving tips.

For detail on the event, our fabulous line-up of prizes and more, click "read more" and scroll down.

Fabulous prizes! Olaf Wieghorst signed Western print, barbecue grill and accessories, Hacienda de las Rosas wine basket, happy hour at Hatfield Creek Vineyard, Ramona Ranch Vineyard wine, vintage jewelry from Antiques in the Village, arrowhead jewelry from Mountain Gypsy, earrings from Warm Hearth, Hand-wove scarves from Weaving Works in Santa Ysabel, gift certificate from Kathy’s Dress Shop, Array Mbira music lessons, guitar or vocal lessons from Ed Barrena, craft items, gift baskets, tickets to Julian Wild & Scenic Film Festival, tickets to Sage & Songbirds garden tour and festival, Circle Players "Cafe Murder" theater tickets, wine and tastings from Woof 'n' Rose Winery, and more!


RSVP by calling (619)698-7617 or e-mail editor@eastcountymagazine.org.  To pay, mail checks to 4438 Hideaway Place, La Mesa, CA 91941 or pay online at http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/donate  (choose East County Magazine and write “fiesta” in the designation line.

Cost: $22 per person in advance, $25 at the door ($20 for editor’s club members/sustaining donors)


Directions:  The winery is at 18011 Bluegrass Rd. in Ramona.  From San Diego, take highway 67 north toward Ramona.  Turn left on Highland Valley Rd. (at the big Ramona sign).  Go 2 miles--turn left on Traylor St. (tree-lined street on a curve). Take next left on Greenbelt which ends at Bluegrass Rd.  Turn right--then quick left on first long driveway.  Travel up to the Mission-style winery building. 


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It's very expensive to install solar in a home. The time to recover the investment can be twenty years, an average homeowner will never see a return on the investment.

Totally Agree

The previous commentator is correct. WE MUST ACT TO STOP the constant rate increases by SDG&E!!
Use as little energy as possible. Get solar panels on your homes. Use alternative energies that do not require grid power. Attend CPUC meetings to oppose rate increases requested by SDG&E!!! Contact Governor Brown; ask him to appoint people-oriented commissioners to the CPUC, instead of people like former CPUC president Peevey, former head of a public utility and primary schemer to force us to pay for management errors at SONGS!! Corruption of this kind is raising our rates every day!! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!!

Energy Saving Tips?

We pay some of the highest rates in the nation. So Damn Greedy & Expensive.
I used to cook and bake great meals but now keep it simple. Soup and a sandwich.
"SDG&E also wants to pass on to customers an 8 percent increase in medical insurance premiums for its employees." Great.
It's a legal monopoly, you can't buy electricity anywhere else. I do what I can to reduce my use.