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Dog surfing lessons start this weekend Helen Woodward Animal Center’s first dog surf classes of the summer are set for Sunday at Del Mar Dog Beach. The 50-minute classes are in partnership with SoCal Surf Dogs to get pups surf-ready for the center’s annual "Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon" set for Sept. 8. Registration fees for Surf Dog Lessons support the orphan pets and programs at the 45 with a 20 percent discount offered off any additional lessons, and includes the use of the required canine life-vests and surfboard. Surf Dog Lessons are held at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m.

Symphony to perform pops concert Saturday The North Coast Symphony puts on an "Americana Extravaganza" pops concert at 2:30 Saturdayat the Encinitas Community Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive. The orchestra and Villa Musica Community Chorus will perform American favorites, including "America the Beautiful," "Duke Ellington! Heritage Museum holds family history days The San Dieguito Heritage Museum, 450 Quail Gardens Drive, holds free "Families Make History" events from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday and July 21 and 28, including make-and-take projects for the entire family. The free show runs through Monday at the gallery in the lobby of Encinitas City Hall, 505 S. Vulcan Ave. Public business hours for City Hall are 7 a.m. 6 p.m.; the building is closed on alternate Fridays. Enrollment closes Aug. 12 and is limited to 26 participants. Participants, or "explorers," will experience the San Dieguito River Valley and watershed in all seasons.

The path begins at Volcan Mountain in Julian and continues through the valley to North Beach, Del Mar. A graduation luncheon and celebration is at the San Dieguito Lagoon at the end of the program. Adult dance set for Sunday at senior center An adult dance will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Oceanside’s Country Club Senior Center, 455 Country Club Lane. The event features live music by The Heart, an acoustic duo consisting of Dale Peters on vocals and acoustic guitar and his wife, Cindy Peters, on vocals, harmonies and hand percussion. Wear country casual Western. Singles and couples are welcome; line dances and couples’ dances will be included in the band’s repertoire.

The Line Dance group from Country Club Senior Center will demonstrate some line dance moves. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided courtesy of Fairwinds Ivey Ranch. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Oceanside Civic Center Library entrance, corner of Pier View Way and Coast Highway. 50. Everyone is welcome to attend the post-race festivities, free of charge, beginning at 3 p.m. Aug. 3 and 2 p.m. Kiwanis club hosts speakers Tuesdays The Lake San Marcos Kiwanis Club meets at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mark Golf Club, 1750 San Pablo Drive. VISTA Golf tournament aids Semper Fi Fund The Semper Fi Open Tournament will be held for the eighth year on Sept.16 at the Shadowridge Country Club, 1980 Gateway Drive. Proceeds benefit Semper Fi Fund, a Camp Pendleton-based nonprofit that helps injured service members and their families.

Palpiti Festival Saturday at church St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church hosts an iPalpiti Festival: Double Feature, Violin Extravaganza and iPalpiti Orchestra from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Saturdayat 890 Balour Drive. The final night of the festival will feature two concerts with a catered garden reception in between at 7 p.m. At 6 p.m., six iPalpiti soloists will perform; at 7:30 p.m. 24 award-winning young musicians from 22 different countries. Saturday at the Carlsbad Dove Library’s Gowland Room, 1775 Dove Lane. The guest speaker will be Michael Allen, writer and director of the documentary "How Hot is it Going to Get? " who will speak about climate change.

Also, Hope Nelson from the voluntary organization Citizens for a Friendly Airport will provide an update on the organization’s role in opposing the expansion of the McClellan-Palomar Airport. Refreshments will be provided. San Diego Humane Society from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday for a pet adoption event, coupled with beer and wine tastings. The Humane Society will have its mobile adoption vehicle parked at the BevMo! 212 N. El Camino Real. Proceeds benefit the Humane Society. Guitar school holds free open house The Devine Guitar School, 1224 N. Coast Highway 101, holds a free open house from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday and 9 to 10 a.m. July 20. The nationally recognized youth guitar studio will feature youths playing the guitar.

Movies to be shown at Grape Day Park The "Movies in the Park" series at 7 p.m. Saturdays at Grape Day Park features an outdoor movie, children’s activities and snack bar. "Ralph Breaks the Internet" will be screened at 7 p.m. Saturday; "Smallfoot" will be shown at 7 p.m. July 27; "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" will be shown at 7 p.m. Aug. 10. Bring a blanket or low-back chairs and picnic. All children must be accompanied by an adult. The event is sponsored by the Escondido History Center and the City of Escondido Recreation Division. Saturday at Heritage Garden, 326 E. Grand Ave. for ages 21 and older.

Highlights include art demos, wine, craft beer, kombucha and coffee samples, farm to table appetizers and live music by Flawed Perfection. Participants can get involved in an art installation. 35. Proceeds support ArtHatch. Vines and Vittles fest set for Sunday Vines & Vittles is set for 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Webb Park. The event includes tastings from food vendors, vintners and brewers and music along with trading post featuring local artists’ work and Native American crafts, entertainment and cultural activities, petting zoo and street performers. Kids in the Garden class focuses on corn A Kids in the Garden class is from 10 a.m. Saturday at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens, 1270 Vale Terrace Drive, with a focus on Cooking and Nutrition with Corn. The class explores ways to grow, cook and eat corn. 5 per child or adult. The class is free with annual family membership. Bluegrass and Ice Cream Social at adobe The Friends of the Rancho Buena Vista Adobe will present the annual Bluegrass and Ice Cream Social from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at 640 Alta Vista Drive. The contemporary bluegrass band MohaviSoul will perform. 25 at the door, including an ice cream sundae or root beer float.

I think south america and the middle east, among countless other countries, might have something to say about that. So it doesn't say that collection is likely to be deemed illegitimate if the user has no reasonable expecation of his data being processed? Because i'm pretty sure that's what it says. So yeah, it's not 'perfectly legal' as you stated - it's highly unlikely, given the circumstances. How anyone can claim - with certainty - that Red Shell is GDPR-compliant is beyond me. The EULA (at least the time Red Shell was introduced) wasn't GDPR compliant either, since it didn't state which information was collected, or what parties would be involved. Correct, it does not say anything is illegitimate. There, i added the part you left out.

What do you think the recital referred to? On that account, don't you think it's dishonest that you left out the part that contradicted your stance on it being 'perfectly legal'? You don't have to be a nazi to be eurocentric. It's a deeply ingrained behavior all across Europe and it has been for at least a thousand years. That's rich, seeing how Europe as an entity didn't even exist back than, let alone anything you could call eurocentrism. You might want to get that chip on your shoulder looked at. Again, extremely ironic of someone from the US complainng about other countries 'forcing' their rules on them. You might want to look up US involvement in South America for starters. I think we're done here. You're free to concede, but i'd be interested how your continuation of the "you bought KSP in america"-angle. Or your further adventures in cherry-picking. I think we both know what's it going to be. You should have stopped at eurocentric. That Trump comparison was uncalled for.

A full-grown great white shark estimated at 17 feet long was spotted less than a mile from a Southern California pier on Thursday, feasting on the body of a dead whale. The shark was caught on camera enjoying its meal offshore from the San Clemente pier by Marc Levine, owner of AllWater Charter, after he first saw the whale carcass at around 10am Pacific, and then returned to the scene. It was my first large great white. I grew up working on the water, I’ve spent about 25 years working on the water,' Levine told the OC Register. The dead whale is believed to have been a juvenile, measuring about 28 feet long.

View this post on Instagram Massive Great White Shark! Near San Clemente Pier. The longest great white sharks might reach up to 20 feet long, but that's not the norm, according to the Smithsonian Institution's Ocean department. The average female great white shark reaches 15-16 feet in length, with males usually growing to 11-13 feet. Ryan Lawler, owner of Newport Coastal Adventure, told the Register he believed the dead whale was a juvenile, and estimated it to be about 28 feet long. Share 'The shark was not that much smaller than the whale,' he said, having made the trip from Newport Harbor to see it for himself, in person, on Thursday. It was pretty awesome. Lawler's company captured aerial footage of the massive fish, showing it swimming between boats and circling around the area where the dead whale was floating.

Ralph Collier, founder of the Shark Research Committee, told the Register that it's not that uncommon for such a large shark to be so close to shore. I’ve seen 17-foot white sharks on the other side of surf breaks,' he said. While San Clemente Marine Safety Officer Ian Burton noted that there are always safety concerns associated with a shark being near shore, Collier said the shark will most likely not be concerned with humans, thanks to its full belly. They can always leave the whale satiated and full and they’ll just cruise around and they might cruise by the shoreline. Or they will go to deeper water and that will be that,' he said. Their attention is going to be on the whale. How Big are Great White Sharks?

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Bud's maximum sustained winds had lessened to 50 mph (85 kph) by midafternoon, down from 130 mph (210 kph) the day before. It was projected to weaken further, but was still expected to be at tropical storm force when it reached the peninsula late Thursday. A tropical storm warning was issued for a stretch of coast from Santa Fe to La Paz that includes the twin resort cities of Los Cabos. Waves crash on the beach in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, Wednesday, June 13, 2018, before the arrival of Tropical Storm Bud. A tropical storm warning was issued for a stretch of coastline from Santa Fe to La Paz that includes the twin resort cities of Los Cabos. The forecast path would carry it near Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, which are popular destinations for international and domestic travelers with millions of visitors each year. The center said the hurricane could cause dangerous surf along Mexico's nearby coasts for the next several days. Heavy rainfall also was predicted for southwestern and western Mexico as well as the southern Baja peninsula. The Los Cabos Tourism Board said in a statement that it did not anticipate significant damage from the storm and that airline and transportation operations were operating normally, though aviation delays were expected.

Luckily for surfers, God had created this earth with 2/3rds of water, hence, the opportunity to do surf trips to Bali, Fiji, and Tahiti to name a few. There are numerous places to surf on this planet and surf trips to Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, Panama, Indonesia, Mexico, or Central America might also be as exciting as the former. Most likely surfing communities have made surfing waves for beginners easy by offering surf lessons and surf schools taught by experienced surfers, and expert watermen(women). You can retreat to these surf destinations to enjoy the loveliness of the location, get tanned, or just spend the day catching the best waves.

If you are a beginner on a budget or are having trouble saving money there are inexpensive surf trips, lessons, and surf camps available. Another way to take a surf trip without having to leave your living room couch is by watching surf videos. There are tons of videos out there documenting the different waves across the world, from North America, to Hawaii, to Japan and so on. Watching videos is also a good way to prepare to surf . I have found that this is a really good way to get in the right frame of mind for catching waves. I noticed that if I surfed after watching a surf video I performed better by trying to replicate what I saw on the videos.

Still the best way to progress as a surfer is to go out and surf. As I mentioned in a previous article, 'The how to of surfing waves for beginners: surf lessons and surf schools' beginners have many options as far as learning to surf around the world. Most schools and lessons are very flexible; they offer 2-3 lessons a day and also offer 1-5 day surf lesson packages or more. These surf classes cater to beginning, intermediate, or advanced surfers. Fiji is a good example of a great surf destination, where many people go to vacation and surf. One of the main surf spots is called 'Tavarua' and is located close to the main islands in Fiji. It is a beautiful place with sweet waves, island resorts and accommodations, and island tours. This is a great place to go for a surf trip.

Lastly, a surf trip to Tahiti may be the crowning experience for surfer enthusiasts; especially for surfing pros who seek to ride Teahupo'o. This wave is a heavy but beautiful wave that reminds everyone of the power of ocean. Teahupo'o is more for seasoned surfers and pros, and beginners can find other waves located around the island that are gentle and perfect for the aspiring surfer. Surfing waves can be enjoyed by beginners and advanced surfers alike. These waves can be found around the world and even in your back yard. You can plan a surf trip to [ bali surf guide], Fiji, and Tahiti and see the beauty of these places with an ocean view.

When her husband was in the White House, she was a frequent and favorite guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The two-part birthday special, which will air on February 1 and 2, will also feature Jennifer Aniston, who is the chat show host's guest on Friday. Cohost in 2016: In a sketch for the show, Ellen took Michelle to CVS to prepare her for life after the White House. Still a blonde bombshell! As part of this, the pair appeared in a sketch in which Ellen took Michelle to CVS to prepare her for life after the White House. The clip has garnered almost 29 million views on YouTube.

In 2015 the former first lady participated in a dance party to Uptown Funk with the So You Think You Can Dance choreographers. Last year, Ellen celebrated the 20th anniversary of her coming out, both on her TV sitcom and in real life. During the celebrations, Michelle recorded an emotional video tribute that aired on her show. I wish I could be there in person but Barack keeps booking us on all these vacations. In fact, I think we’ve got a kite-surfing lesson in about five minutes,' she joked. Seriously, Ellen, congratulations on the 20th anniversary of announcing to the world who you really are. Time and again you have shown us what love really means. You are brave, you are kind — you are a terrible person to go shopping with. And I absolutely adore you. In 2012, Michelle famously participated in a push-up competition with Ellen to promote her anti-obesity initiative Let's Move. Ellen turned 60 on January 26 and since then a host of celebs have wished the star happy birthday, including Justin Timberlake, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.