Blue Jay Christmas Parade 2015

It’s that time of year again when Blue Jay puts on their annual Christmas Parade.  This year marks the 36th year.

The parade is held on Saturday December, 5 2015.  Hwy 189 will be closed between 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. – Parade commencing at 2:00 p.m.

Remember to get there early and grab your pots, bring the hot cocoa and dress warm!

Picture above is from last year (2014) with my Search and Rescue team.  We will be there again this year in our bright orange waiving away!

Remember that Santa will be there and even the…the….the…the Grinch!

Cheers and Merry Christmas!  See you all there!

Blue Jay Bonfire | 2015

Get your jackets out and bring the family for this years Blue Jay Bonfire. Saturday November 28, 2015. From 5-8pm in Jensens parking lot.

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Come out and support Operation Provider and get FREE Hot Coco and Hot Dogs.  Make sure to bring canned goods or an unwrapped toy.

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Pictures provided by yours truly, Michelle Calkins

For more information on this event make sure to call Blue Jay Village Merchants at (909) 337-8463.

See you all there!

 

Blue Jay Parade 2014 ~ Blue Jay

Save the date… Saturday December 6, 2014 is the Annual Blue Jay Christmas Parade! This year is the 35th annual parade.  The Parade starts at 2:00 sharp.  I will be walking the parade this year with my Search and Rescue crew so make sure to shout out when you see me!  Have fun and be safe and remember to stay warm.  See you all there!2014ChristmasParadeFlyer[1]more info remember to visit http://www.BlueJayVillage.com

HALLOWEEN in the Lake Arrowhead Village, Fun for the Whole Family 2014

HALLOWEEN in the Lake Arrowhead Village and Blue Jay Village, Friday October 31, 2014!  Costume Contest for Kids and Adults! Trick or Treating form 2:30-5:30!  Dance performances by Lake Arrowhead School of Dance and music from “Bostyx” (All the hits of Boston and Styx) playing on center stage starting at 6:30pm.

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Have fun and enjoy the weather.  The temperatures are expected to be in the mid 60’s this Friday for Halloween, but remember to bring a sweater for later in the evening as it does tend to get a little chilly.  See you in the Village!