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Minuteman Press
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  • Organization to hold annual golf tournament

    San Clemente golfers will want to work on their swings and sharpen their putting skills for the San Clemente Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Classic.

  • Town to hop into spring

    Soon, everyone in San Clemente will have a chance to welcome spring with the annual Sensational Springtacular a day for all local people to enjoy the outdoors, some activities, and an egg hunt.

  • Park prepares for second phase

    The City of San Clemente has announced the Courtneys Sandcastle Grand Opening of Phase IIthe Sensory Garden.

  • Murder mystery afoot next month

    For a unique Valentines Day in San Clemente, anyone who enjoys a challenging interactive adventure will want to attend the upcoming Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt.

  • Hometown boy returns for a Christmas special

    Mike Chamberlin, originally from San Clemente, has scheduled 53 performances of his one-man-show across the country this month, one of which is a stop here in town.

  • City gets glitzy for holidays

    The San Clemente Chamber of Commerce is once again Puttin On The Glitz for the 21st year, with the Downtown Business Association and the City of San Clemente. This event is targeted to children of 12 years or younger, but everyone will want to get in on the fun.

  • Campground goes to the dogs

    All San Clemente dogs and their families are invited to attend the upcoming second annual Woofstock.

  • Local organization to offer seafood festival

    Those fond of a bowl of chowder should mark their calendar, as the San Clemente Chamber of Congress is about to invite all San Clemente seafood lovers to its 27th San Clemente Seafest.

  • Rec department to host final summer beach concert

    Summer is winding down and that means that San Clementes recreation department 15th Annual Beach concert series will be coming to an end this evening. The final edition of Bringing the Bands to the Sand! series will showcase diverse band Common Sense. This last concert, like its predecessors, will be free.

  • Aquatic festival ready to make a splash

    Local beach combers can enjoy the sun, get wet, and support a worthy cause all at the same time by attending the upcoming San Clemente Ocean Festival.