WHW's most buzzed about quarterly sale is on Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon in the parking lot at its headquarters in Santa Ana.
You can shop for a cause and find hundreds of casual blouses, dresses, jeans, shoes and so much more. All items are priced from $2 to $10.
All proceeds directly support the mission of WHW (Women Helping Women/Men2Work) providing employment support services for disadvantaged men, women and teens to empower them to economic self sufficiency through employment success.
1800 East McFadden Ave. in Santa Ana.
Join St. Mary's School in Aliso Viejo as it welcomes James Steyer, the author of Talking Back to Facebook (http://www.amazon.com/Talking-Back-Facebook-Raising-Digital/dp/145165734X) the Common Sense Guide to Raising Kids in the Digital Age by on Thursday, January 31 at 6:30 p.m. James Steyer is an expert on children’s media and education. His new book explores how social media and cellphones have transformed the lives of kids. .
He’s also a frequent guest on shows including The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN National News, Fox News, Oprah and The Early Show on CBS. St. Mary’s Speaker Series is open to the public and held at the St. Mary's gymnasium. Register here.
St. Mary's School Gym at 7 Pursuit in Aliso Viejo. 949.448.9027 x345
Winter wind, cold, and dryness is making our skin and hair extremely dry and we’ve needed more help than ever. To the rescue are some products we’ve found locally that work wonders. Kiehl’s at South Coast Plaza just launched a Powerful Wrinkle Reducing Cream ($52) that infuses skin with essential hydration while improving elasticity by 1/3, reduce wrinkles, and smoothing skin’s texture.
Our favorite British based Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics at Fashion Island is the go to place for hair care products that aid dry, limp, and flat hair, and the experts at LUSH say the problem can be attributed to your scalp. LUSH makes scalp treatments and restorative shampoos to help your hair look remarkable. Our favorites include Roots Healthy Scalp Cream ($19.95) made with honey to soften along with some extra virgin olive oil to strengthen and condition the hair.
Blousey Shampoo ($29.95) is LUSH’s first shampoo specifically for color-treated hair made with softening and conditioning bananas that help lock-in moisture. They also add rose, blackcurrant and juniperberry, with a little thyme and rosemary oils to repair the scalp.
R&B ($22.95) is a secret weapon styling cream that controls frizzy, flyaway hair. The “hair finisher” uses softening ingredients of organic avocado butter, oatmeal, olive oil, extra virgin coconut oil, jojoba oil and candelilla wax since they are conditioning to the hair and scalp. And it smells heavenly of orange blossom and jasmine. Off the beaten path, is Keys Tortuga Super Emollient Lotion http://www.keys-soap.com/ostore/home.php that we find at Mother’s Market ($26.95). It’s a super emollient creme and rapidly moisturizes even super dry skin. It contains avocado, black cumin and anti aging carrot seed oil. It’s 100% natural, vegan, gluten-free and biodegradable. We can’t live without it in the winter.
Mother’s Market & Kitchen now has seven locations in Orange County: Anaheim Hills, Brea, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Laguna Woods, Santa Ana and Irvine.
Now’s the time to stock up on delicious Marie Callender's pies, Marie’s Whole Pie-To Go Sale just kicked off through February 28. There are more than 30 varieties of Marie Callender’s pies to choose from costing only $7.99 plus tin.
Marie Callender’s popular selections include slightly tart and sweet lemon meringue; a crumbly cinnamon streusel topped French apple; rich vanilla coconut cream; and ripe berry double-crusted pies.
Pie sale excludes cheesecakes, seasonal fresh fruit pies, and promotional pies.
Visit http://www.mariecallenders.com for a complete listing of pies.
Marie Callendar’s has locations in Anaheim, Buena Park, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Placentia, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach and Westminster.