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Welcome to STAR School!

The STAR (Service to All Relations) School is a charter elementary school located 25 miles east of Flagstaff, Arizona, near the Southwest corner of the Navajo Nation. The school serves students from preschool through grade 8 who live in a large rural area that includes Leupp, Tolani Lake, and parts of Flagstaff. Class sizes are limited to allow for individual attention, and we have a waiting list each year. Families are encouraged to enroll students early to reserve a place.

The STAR School s vision is to create a joyful learning community in which members develop the character, skills and attitudes for understanding themselves, living in balance, and serving all our relations.

STAR is the first all off-grid, solar and wind powered, charter school in the country. Sustainable living is a way of life intrinsic to the community which the school serves. We promote self-reliance, alternative building methods, and energy sources such as solar and wind power.

We agree with the evidence that small community schools can deliver a superior education. We have set out to be a model of how that can be done even in a community with few jobs, no public utilities, and high drop-out rates. We host workshops about our unique curriculum, sustainable living, place-based education, culturally responsive education, technology and the arts. Contact us if you are interested in our workshops.

Channel 12 News: STAR Students Harvest White House Garden

First Lady Michelle Obama got her hands dirty harvesting the White House Kitchen Garden alongside students from STAR School. STAR School was one of only three schools outside the Washington, D.C. area invited this year to participate in the annual fall harvest of the vegetable garden planted by the first lady on the South Lawn of the White House. “I’m happy that you guys are here to help me because we couldn’t get this done without you,” Obama said before the event. See video here: http://www.azcentral.com/videos/news/local/arizona/2014/10/20/17642651/


VAT identification numbers – European Commission #europa, #european #commission, #institutions, #news, #calendar, #organisation, #commissioners, #president, #recruitment, #contact, #services, #european #union, #eu, #taxation #and #customs #union, #european #commission, #european #union, #eu


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VAT identification numbers

Sometimes also known as a VAT registration number, this is the unique number that identifies a taxable person (business) or non-taxable legal entity that is registered for VAT.

Who needs a VAT number?

Most businesses (and other persons carrying out an economic activity ) need a VAT number (see Article 214 VAT Directive for full details).

In particular, business is obliged to register for VAT in the following cases:

  • when it carries out the supply of goods or services taxed with VAT;
  • when it makes an intra-EU acquisition of goods;
  • when it receives services for which it is liable to pay VAT (under Article 196 VAT Directive );
  • when it supplies services for which the customer is liable to pay VAT (under Article 196 VAT Directive ).

Does the same VAT number apply for all EU countries?

Every EU country issues its own national VAT number.

This means that business supplying goods or services in several EU countries might be liable to get a VAT number in each of these countries.

A simplified registration (mini One Stop Shop) is available for businesses supplying telecommunications, broadcasting and electronic services.

Format of VAT numbers

Every VAT identification number must begin with the code of the country concerned and followed by a block of digits or characters.

Who issues a VAT number

The EU Commission has been made aware that companies in different Member States have been receiving proposals offering to obtain a valid VAT number against an advance payment. These proposals have the appearance of an official EU document.

The EU Commission reminds that only tax administrations have the right to issue a VAT number. If you are suspicious of unsolicited messages concerning obtaining a VAT number you are advised to check with the tax administration concerned.

The importance of VAT numbers

  • Used to identify tax status of the customer
  • Help to identify the place of taxation
  • Mentioned on invoices (except simplified invoices in certain EU countries)

Study schedules for the USMLE, COMLEX, Shelf, CFA, MCAT, NCLEX – Cram Fighter #usmle,usmle #step #1,usmle #step #2 #ck,usmle #step #3,comlex,mcat,nclex,nclex-rn,cfa,cfa #level #1,shelf,study #schedule,study #plan,study #planner,study #calendar


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Create the perfect study plan in minutes .

Save precious time

The last thing you want to do when preparing for the most important exam of your life is to waste time. Cram Fighter automates creating your schedule. so you don’t spend hours (or days!) creating a plan by hand in Excel or Google Calendar.

Cram Fighter is far and away better and more efficient than making your own schedule.

Katie J. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Handle changes with ease

Plans change. The average Cram Fighter user makes 10 major changes to their study plan during the course of their studying. With Cram Fighter, we’ll handle the tedious work of recalculating your schedule for you. If you tried to do this work by yourself, you’d probably end up throwing out your schedule in frustration.

I loved Cram Fighter! Thank you for making the process of creating a study plan a manageable one. I owe all of my success to you.

Matt H. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Steps to success

People always tell us about the satisfaction they get from checking off individual tasks each day. Breaking up a difficult study schedule into small, manageable tasks is the key to success. The best part is that on the day of the exam, you can look back and easily see everything that you’ve accomplished .

Absolutely loved the schedule. It kept me going at a good pace and kept me on track. Vital for Step 1 studying!

Craig S. University of Nebraska Medical Center

Unlimited personalization

You can customize your schedule to your heart’s content by choosing the order of your test prep resources, subjects, and vacation days. You can even designate periodic catch-up days so you always have some breathing room .

Lots of study resources

Cram Fighter supports over 1,000 of the most popular books, video lectures, question banks, and flashcards. If we don’t support something you own, you can always add it manually. You can see the complete list of supported study resources .

Cram Fighter is where you need it

Use Cram Fighter on our website or take it to go by using our apps for iOS and Android. Easily sync your entire study schedule to Google Calendar using just one button. If you want to keep things old school, you can print out your schedule. Don’t worry, we won’t judge you.

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We’ll help you stay on track by showing you statistics on your progress. We’ll let you know about overdue tasks and send you emails about what you’ve accomplished. Our gentle reminders that will help you build good habits and keep you focused and motivated .

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Creating a Color Coded Calendar in SharePoint Online #calendar,sharepoint #2013,sharepoint #online,dynamics,productivity,sharepoint


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Creating a Color Coded Calendar in SharePoint Online

To help support our Dynamics implementations for our customers, we create a SharePoint site for each customer so we can track all of the documents, requirements, team members, budgets/contracts, processes, project plan, etc. One of the most important things we do with this site is to track the project team s availability by using a calendar. We started using the default calendar, and that was working fine, but we always wanted a way to be able to show a difference between certain calendar events. For example, we want to differentiate between a holiday and a day off, so we d like the holiday to show up with a different color on the calendar.

I started looking around for ways to do this and I messed around with a few code samples that never ultimately worked. I m not a developer, so I can only go so far down that road before I run out of options. It turns out, there is a great way of accomplishing this that doesn t require any code, thanks to a feature called Calendar Overlay that s available in SharePoint 2010 and 2013. The overlay function was designed to allow you to see multiple calendars in one calendar view. If you set it up correctly, you can actually use it to color code categories in one calendar. Here s how you do it:

Using Calendar Overlay to Color Code Categories on a Calendar on SharePoint 2013/Online

    1. Use the Add an app function to create a Calendar application. For this example, mine is called Team Calendar
    2. Go to List Settings and click on the Category column. You re going to want to rename these categories to whatever you want to color code. I also recommend making it a required field otherwise the appointment may not show up on your overlay calendar.
    3. Now that you have the Categories set up, you need to create separate view for each category. This is the part that isn t terribly obvious and took me a while to figure out. For example, one of my categories is called Holiday , so I need to create a new view for my calendar that has a filter on the Category Holiday

Here s where you set the filter to each category

    1. Once you have set up a view for category, you need to set up a new calendar view that will pull all your custom calendars together. I call this view Overlay and make it the default calendar view. You can accept the defaults when creating this calendar, but in the filter area, be sure to create a filter that s not going to happen. You don t want to have anything show up on this calendar by default because you are going to overlay the other calendars on top of it. If you don t create the filter, every calendar event will be duplicated. For example, I create a filter that only shows the calendar when Location equals Hawaii. [I guess I ll need a new filter if we ever do a project in Hawaii, but mostly that s wishful thinking].

This is where you ll find the calendar overlay button on the ribbon bar

    1. Next you need to begin overlaying the calendars. To do this, go to your Overlay calendar view. Click on the Calendars Overlay button on the Calendar ribbon bar
    2. At this point, you ll be at the Calendar Overlay page, and you ll need to click on New Calendar at the top of the page. [That was confusing to me at first as I m not creating a new calendar at this point, I m just choosing a new calendar to overlay].
    3. On the Calendar Overlay Settings page, give the overlay a name (this is what the user will see on the side of the calendar view) and choose the color you d like. On the Web URL, you ll need to click the Resolve button for the system to pull in calendars from this SharePoint site. Then choose a list of Team Calendar and a list view of Holiday so it overlays the Holiday calendar view on top of your Overlay calendar view.

Screenshot of the overlay settings page

  1. Follow this step for each of the calendar views until you have them all overlaying the overlay calendar.
  2. The final result shows you the team calendar with all of the different colors for each category you selected.

This is the result

This color-coded calendar has been a great addition to our SharePoint implementation site. There are lots of different ways you can use this feature it s great that we can do this without any custom code. Good luck and let me know if you run into any challenges.

About Eric Newell

Eric Newell is the CEO and Founder of Stoneridge Software. Since founding the company in October 2012, Eric has led the Stoneridge Software organization through rapid growth in team members, clients, services and product offerings and consistently successful ERP and CRM implementations. Eric was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce in 2016. Prior to founding the company, Eric spent 13 years at Microsoft and led the North America Premier Field Engineering team for Dynamics.

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This is a great solution. Thanks very much for putting this guide together. I was able to implement it in O365/SharePoint Online. It works great. There is one UX issue I ve noticed. And I m curious if you have a solution for it. Your setup is great. But, once you follow a calendar link (from the Calendars in View list) the calendar items (for that calendar /view) are presented in a default color (not the one assigned). I could easily fix it with some CSS in a Script Editor web part, but I don t see a way to drop one of those on a calendar view.

This was excellent! It worked seamlessly. The only issue I m running into now is when utilizing the calendar as a Web Part in SharePoint O365, the colors do not carry over in the main display on the page. Do you have a work-around for this by chance?

Thank you very much for the post!

This is a great solution Brandon. Thanks. A couple of questions, the first being if a user selects a specific calendar category, ie. Vacation, just to show all the vacations what is the easiest way to get back to displaying the Team Calendar?

Second question, how can this calendar, Team Calendar (with all of the different Categories shown), get displayed on the home page of the site?

Thank you for the questions. In regards to your questions, first, you should be able to go to the Team Calendar link under Home for the client sites. See below.

Regarding your second question; unfortunately, I m a little foggy. If I had to guessing, you could go to the Home tab and add an app.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions/comments.
Thank you,
Brandon

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QlikView Extension Tutorial #1: The Concept of QlikView Extensions #qlikview #calendar


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QlikView Extension Tutorial #1: The Concept of QlikView Extensions

This article is part of a series of articles, see also the table of contents .
Previous Chapter

The Concept of QlikView Extensions

The concept of QlikView Extensions has been introduced with QlikView 10 and improved with QlikView 11+.

A QlikView Extension allows you to visualize your data the way you want to see it. With Extensions fully interactive custom visualizations can be used directly from within QlikView. This feature enables the use of specialist visualizations and user interface components that are not present in standard QlikView today. Extensions allow developers, for example, to create and use a map, a tag cloud or an infographic chart directly from within their QlikView application like any other QlikView object.

QlikView Extensions are built by developers using standard web technologies and are installed alongside a standard QlikView installation. An Extension is developed and packaged by a developer ready to be installed then used within a QlikView application. This plug-in mechanism allows Extensions to be developed once and re-used in multiple QlikView applications. Once an Extension is built by a developer end users can easily add these from the palette of available objects.

QlikView Extensions are designed to work both in the QlikView Ajax Client and QlikView Desktop (if you turn WebView on).

Business Cases

The use of Extensions is extremely broad and can be used as solutions to a number of different scenarios.
Add to documents where the following are considerations

  1. A specialized or bespoke data visualization is required
  2. A unique look and feel is desired
  3. A visualization or user interface element is required that is not part of standard QlikView.
  4. A communication from within the client with external processes or web services is desired
  5. An integration of external web content / web services should be implemented

Object and Document Extensions

There are two different types of QlikView Extensions, Object Extensions and Document Extensions .

QlikView Object Extensions represent as single visualization object within a QlikView document, very similar to the standard objects (like a straight-table, a chart, a text object, etc.) QlikView provides. In comparison to a standard object an extension developer has the freedom to develop how the entire object should look like.

QlikView Document Extensions allow you to customize an entire QlikView Document, for example by using a Document Extension you could achieve that the entire document is not aligned to the left side of your browser but centered instead (see “Center Align Document Extension ” by Brian Munz).

Extensions are developed by using standard web-technologies like JavaScript, Html and CSS but you could also use Java, Flash or Silverlight (even if these technologies become less and less important nowadays).

Limitations of QlikView Extensions

There are some limitations which cannot be achieved using QlikView Extensions:

  • You are not able/allowed to modify neither the data model nor the data of a QlikView Application
  • QlikView Extensions cannot be used in reports

Using Existing Extensions How to Install

Before we start to develop our own QlikView Extensions let’s have a look into how existing extensions will be installed” and used.
If you open QlikView Desktop having a fresh install you’ll see that there are no QlikView Extensions installed by default:

You’ll see a list of standard QlikView objects, but if you select the Extension Objects” pane in the accordion you’ll notice that the list is empty:

So let’s install” some existing extensions:

  1. If you switch to the folder C:\%ProgramFilesFolder\QlikView\Examples\Extensions\ in Windows Explorer you’ll find a file called Extension Examples.qar
  2. Double-click the file
  3. QlikView will open and you will see the following dialog, which confirms that 5 extensions have been installed successfully

Going back to the QlikView document you’ll notice that there are now 5 extensions available (if not, press the key F5 to refresh).

Now drag and drop the Web Page Viewer extension onto your sheet. This is a very simple extension which displays a web page within the current sheet of your QlikView document.

By default you’ll see a detail of http://www.qlikview.com because this is the default URL set for this extension. Now right-click again somewhere on the extension object’s area and you’ll see the extension’s property dialog:

Beside the default properties (which can be found in the panes Presentation”, Caption” and Option”) you can now set the URL of the web page. Note that the value can be defined by either just entering a text or by using an expression, which is the case in the above shown screenshot.
As soon as you have changed the URL and closed the property dialog you’ll notice that the content of the Web Page Viewer” extension object will change immediately.

Looking Under the Hood

You are maybe asking yourself what exactly happened when you clicked on the .qar file and what type of file this is.

A .qar file (stands for QlikView Archive File) is just a .zip file with the extension .qar. If you rename a .qar file s extension to .zip and unzip it you ll find files (and maybe folders) in the extraction result. Here s the entire content of the WebPageViewer.qar extension:

In the next chapter I ll explain in detail the anatomy of a .qar file.

QlikView is exactly doing the same as described above, unzipping the file and copying the content to a folder where QlikView is expecting all extensions to be. The previously installed extensions can be found under

For further information about how to install and deploy QlikView extension both for QlikView Desktop and QlikView server please have a look at the article I have written some time ago.

In the next chapter we will finally start coding and creating our first Hello World extension.

Possibly related posts:

  1. QlikTip #40: Installing/Deploying QlikView Extensions
    After the last post I received some eMails how to deploy QlikView Extensions. Altough this information is already available somewhere in the QlikCommunity here is the short instruction. Installing a .qar file If you have.
  2. QlikView Extension Tutorial #2: Hello World – Creating Your First QlikView Object Extension
    OK, it’s now time to stop with theory and start coding. We’ll create our first “Hello World” extension.
  3. Improved WebPageViewer QlikView Extension (WebPageViewer2)
    I have created a new QlikView object extension which overcomes some limitations of the WebPageViewer extension which is part of the default QlikView installation.

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Classic, Antique – Old Car Shows – 2015 (Calendar of Events) #economy #car #rentals


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Antique, Old Classic Car Show Calendar

Old Cars Weekly is your resource for locating classic car shows in your area and throughout the U.S in 2015. Our comprehensive calendar of antique car shows, events and swap meets covers local, state and national events that you won t want to miss.

Jan 30-31 CA, Turlock. 50th Annual Turlock Swap Meet. Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, 900 N. Broadway. Admission: $10 ( Saturday),  $5  ( Sunday).  12 and under free. www.turlockswapmeet.com

Feb 26-28 CA, San Diego. 50th Annual BIG 3 Auto Parts Exchange and Car Corral. Qualcomm Stadium, I-8 at 15. PH: 619-599-0708. www.Big3PartsdExchange.com

Apr 8-10 CA, La Jolla. The 12th Annual La Jolla Concours d Elegance. Tickets to the various weekend parties: The Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Contemporary Classic Cocktail Party tickets are $150, the Saturday Tour d Elegance entry will be $195, follow the Tour d Elegance in our double-decker bus for $100 per person, and the Aston Martin San Diego Exclusive Saturday Evening VIP Reception tickets on the Concours lawn will be $200. General admission tickets are $40 in advance and $60 on the day of the event, or you can upgrade your experience with a VIP Ticket for $150. We have a Grand VIP Package that includes all the VIP weekend events for $325 which is an additional $175 savings! For more information, to obtain a registration form or to purchase tickets to the featured weekend events, please visit www.lajollaconcours.com or PH: 619-233-5008.

Jun 4-5 CA, Huntington Beach. The 31st Annual Huntington Beach Concours d Elegance. Huntington Beach Central Park, directly behind the HB Library at 7111 Talbert.  PH: 714-375-8414 or www.hbconcourse.org .

CONNECTICUT

Dec 6 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

Jan 3 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

Feb 7 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

Mar 6 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

May 22 CT, East Hartford. Carl Maratta Auto Swap Meet and Car Corral. Rentschler  Field, 615 Silver Lane. SH:  6:30am to 3pm, rain or shine. Entrance fee for spectators is $10. under twelve, Free. For Registration and further details www.c-maratta-swap.com .


Car Auction Calendar #car #auctions #melbourne


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Car Auction Calendar

The Old Cars Weekly Auto Auction Calendar is your guide to the top car auctions across the nation. From the yearly Arizona auction action to sales in your own state.

Dec 5-6 FL, Sarasota. Classic Car Auction. 7910 25th Court East. SH:Preview: 9am, Auction: 10:30am. SP: Zemil, Inc. PH: 941- 952-8226.

Dec 10 NY, New York.  Sotheby’s New York 1334 York Avenue. New York Driven by Disruption – Presented by RM Sotheby’s. PH: 519 352 4575.www.rmsothebys.com

Dec 11-12 TX, Austin. Vehicle Auction. 500 E Cesar Chavez Street. PH: 262-275-5050. www.mecum.com .

Jan 7-9 NV, Las Vegas. 25th Annual Vintage Antique Motorcycle Auction. South Point Casino Exhibit Hall. Mecum Auctions 262-275-5050. www.mecum.com

Jan 27-31 AZ, Scottsdale. Russo and Steele Collector Automotive Auction. 18601 North Scottsdale Road. PH: 602-252-2697. russoandsteele.com .

Jan 28 AZ, Scottsdale. The Scottsdale Auction. Bonhams 212-461-6514 East Coast, 415-391-4000 West Coast. www.bonhams.com/motorcars

Jan 28-29 AZ, Phoenix.  RM Sotheby’s. Arizona Biltmore Resort Spa, 2400 East Missouri Avenue. For full event details and a frequently updated list of entries, please visit rmsothebys.com  or 519-352-4575.

FEBRUARY

Feb 3 France, Paris . RM Sotheby’s. Place Vauban Paris, Paris, France, 75007.  For full event details and a frequently updated list of entries, please visit rmsothebys.com  or 519-352-4575.

Feb 19-20 FL, Zephyrhills.  Festival Park, 2738 Gall Blvd. Admission: Free

Gates Open: 8:30am.  Auction Begins: Daily 10 am. 504-264-2277

Feb 26-27 FL, Lakeland . Winter Florida Autofest, collector car swap meet, corral and auction. Carlisle Events 717-960-6400 or www.carlisleauctions. com .

Feb 26-28 CA,  Palm Springs.  McCormick’s Palm Springs Car Auction. The Palm Springs Convention Center. PH: 760-320-3290. www.classic-carauction.com

March 10 FL, Fernandina Beach. The Amelia Island Auction. Bonhams 212-461-6514 East Coast, 415-391-4000 West Coast. www.bonhams.com/motorcars

March 19 TN, Jackson. The 9th Annual Mid South Classic Spring Collector Car Auction, Dealer Connect Auto Auction Facilities, 50 Fiberglass Rd. JMARK Classic Auctions LLC, DCAA, Mark Ward 731-225-6025. www.jmarkclassicauctions.com

March 19-20 FL, Bradenton. The 19th Annual Florida Auction. 10am Daily. Bradenton Area Convention Center. 239-571-5274. www.defoellersales.net

April 8-9 FL, Punta Gorda. Collector Car Auction Gulf Coast Classic. Premier Auction Group 844-593-7355. www.premierauctiongroup.com

April 29-30 AL, Birmingham. Spring Bama Classic Muscle Car Auction, BJCC Birmingham Convention Center, 2100 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. North. JMARK Classic Auctions LLC, Mark Ward. PH: 731-225-6025 www.jmarkclassicauctions.com

JULY 16 TN, Jackson. The 9th Annual Mid South Classic Summer Collector Car Auction, Dealer Connect Auto Auction Facilities, 50 Fiberglass Rd. JMARK Classic Auctions LLC, DCAA, Mark Ward 731-225-6025 . www. jmarkclassicauctions.com


Classic, Antique – Old Car Shows – 2015 (Calendar of Events)


#antique cars
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Antique, Old Classic Car Show Calendar

Old Cars Weekly is your resource for locating classic car shows in your area and throughout the U.S in 2015. Our comprehensive calendar of antique car shows, events and swap meets covers local, state and national events that you won t want to miss.

Jan 30-31 CA, Turlock. 50th Annual Turlock Swap Meet. Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, 900 N. Broadway. Admission: $10 ( Saturday),  $5  ( Sunday).  12 and under free. www.turlockswapmeet.com

Feb 26-28 CA, San Diego. 50th Annual BIG 3 Auto Parts Exchange and Car Corral. Qualcomm Stadium, I-8 at 15. PH: 619-599-0708. www.Big3PartsdExchange.com

Apr 8-10 CA, La Jolla. The 12th Annual La Jolla Concours d Elegance. Tickets to the various weekend parties: The Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Contemporary Classic Cocktail Party tickets are $150, the Saturday Tour d Elegance entry will be $195, follow the Tour d Elegance in our double-decker bus for $100 per person, and the Aston Martin San Diego Exclusive Saturday Evening VIP Reception tickets on the Concours lawn will be $200. General admission tickets are $40 in advance and $60 on the day of the event, or you can upgrade your experience with a VIP Ticket for $150. We have a Grand VIP Package that includes all the VIP weekend events for $325 which is an additional $175 savings! For more information, to obtain a registration form or to purchase tickets to the featured weekend events, please visit www.lajollaconcours.com or PH: 619-233-5008.

Jun 4-5 CA, Huntington Beach. The 31st Annual Huntington Beach Concours d Elegance. Huntington Beach Central Park, directly behind the HB Library at 7111 Talbert.  PH: 714-375-8414 or www.hbconcourse.org .

CONNECTICUT

Dec 6 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

Jan 3 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

Feb 7 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

Mar 6 CT, Enfield. Antique Auto Flea Market. Powder Mill Barn, 32 South Maple Street, (Exit 47 E of 91 to 190 East, Hazardville. Turn right at Junction of 192.) SH: 8am to Noon. Contact Jim Way 860-267-4626 or Chet Wojcik 413-786-6318 or Virginia O Rourke 413-584-6777.

May 22 CT, East Hartford. Carl Maratta Auto Swap Meet and Car Corral. Rentschler  Field, 615 Silver Lane. SH:  6:30am to 3pm, rain or shine. Entrance fee for spectators is $10. under twelve, Free. For Registration and further details www.c-maratta-swap.com .