Looking at Temecula Homes For Sale and wondering what the draw is to our area

by Monica Atherton on April 30, 2011

in Community Information,Temecula

Artists who want to learn street painting can get tips from pros during two workshops.

The first event is scheduled from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Dorland Mountain Arts Colony at 36701 Highway 79 South and the second for May 22 outside on Main at Mercedes Street in Old Town.

Local artist Melody Brunsting, who recently created the grapes for Temecula’s New Year’s Eve Grape Drop, will teach the first class. The second will be taught by Gayle DuRivage, who won the Street Painting Festival’s Best of Show award last year. She is an art instructor at Painted Earth, a pottery painting shop in Menifee.

People are moving to the Temecula Valley everyday and it is great to see all the new arts, entertainment and activities that come with the growth.

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Post by Monica Atherton

I am a Temecula Realtor specializing in Temecula Wine Country, Bear Creek, Greer Ranch and other communities of Temecula and Murrieta. I am committed to helping my clients achieve their dreams. Over the last 16 years I have been serving people with their real estate needs whether it was counseling buyers in finding their dream homes, moving up, sizing down or helping them through tough economic times. I will advise you on the important factors to consider when you are looking for that perfect place or what options you have if you are faced with foreclosure.

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