MARK HALSTEAD











LUCKY PUPPY PET FOOD AND SUPPLIES
Now there is a better way to bring healthy, nutritional pet
products to your dog. Lucky Puppy is a home delivery
service providing only the best for your best friend. We
have been in business for over 2-1/2 years and we are
proud to offer FurBulous Dog shampoo to our Coachella
Valley clients.

We also carry a variety of wheat, corn and soy-free dry
food products, canned food free from by-products, frozen
raw diets, supplements and healthy treats. Quality leads
and collars round out our unique offerings.
Call us today or stop by our booth for information on how
a sound diet can improve your dog’s health and help
them live a longer, happier life.
760-409-2221
GOT AN URGE

Cyndi Beebee and Linda Milbrandt

IN THE BEGINNING...








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The phrase Got An Urge started about 40 years ago
when my sisters and I would call each other on the
phone and just say… “got an urge?”










This comment meant we needed to take a break and
literally figure out a way within hours to go to Vegas.  
Which meant we had to find baby sitters for the kids and
either drive or fly to Vegas….which we accomplished
many, many times.

Also, 32 years ago Linda and I met each other and we
would include Linda in the our Vegas trips.  Then Linda
and I would also use “got an urge” which meant “let’s go
to the movies”.

Got an urge turned into a phrase that family and friends
started using for many adventures.

We sold candies and cookies until 2004 and I got too
busy with my regular job to keep baking. Linda and I
wanted to do something fun together and decided to
start a clothing line in late 2007……and here we are!

We are having so much fun working together!








Our New Snu-zeees
FOREST FURNITURE
JANET AND MARTIN JONES









All of our furniture is hand made in our shop
located in Idyllwild, California.  Our furniture is
made from wood that was milled in the San
Jacinto mountains.

We can build you a customized piece or add
some beautiful wood enhancements to your
home or cabin.

We also build decks, countertops and other
building and remodeling.

Please check out our website below:
FOREST FURNITURE










Janice Osborne is a Glass Artist living in Hermosa Beach,
California.  She started her career in Glass in the late 70’s
doing Stained glass, windows, doors, lamps chandeliers
and even room dividers.  About eight years ago she
decided to broaden her glass knowledge using the kiln to
fuse and manipulate glass.  Each piece is hand crafted and
takes several days to make with multiple firings.  Today
she is enjoying making her jewelry from glass she designs
herself and her standing glass cats, dogs, horses, wind
chimes and plates are all made to put a smile on your face.
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Schedule of Upcoming Events:

March 27th -     "Art Under the Umbrellas" at Olde Town La Quinta 10
AM to 4PM

April 10 and 11 - at Frances Stevens Park - Palm Springs from 10AM
to 4PM

April 17th - "Party for the Planet" at the Living Desert on Portola in
Palm Desert 9AM to 5PM

May 29, 30th and 31st Labor Day Week end at Fiest Hermosa in
Downtown Hermosa Beach 10AM to 6PM

June 12 and 13 - Hermosa Art Walk - Pier Avenue and PCH in
Hermosa Beach 10AM to 5PM

JANNY'S WEBSITE
ACCESSORIES AND MISCELLANEOUS STUFF
BOB FULLTON
GARDEN ART
Bio In Works
QuakeSafeKits
Bob and Sharon Harris





SAFE KITS WEBSITE
GARDEN ART
BY VICKY TRENKLE











(760) 837-3646
vnctrenkle@earthlink.net

Without technical training, I began making stepping
stones as gifts for family and friends.  My family
suggested I sell my art so I decided to do so.

I use recycled material such as pottery, jewelry, and
beads, typically purchased at garage sales and thrift
stores, to embed in the concrete stepping stones.  
The stone art is colorful and comes in different sizes
and shapes.  The stepping stones are decorative and
can be walked on.  It is bling for the garden or home.  
I also attach the recycled material to small metal
sculptures and picture frames to add color and
character to these pieces.

Since each piece is unique, no two pieces of art are
alike.  All of the art may be used both outdoors and
indoors.
DEBRA BARSY
Pacific Winds

P.O. Box 446
Yucca Valley, California 92286
760-365-1380
pacificwinds@verizon.net










Fused glass artist, Debra Barsy, creates her striking
Pacific Winds™ wind chimes and light catchers using
shapes, textures and colors in glass.  She has been
designing and making her original creations since early
1993 when she developed the idea of decorative glass
wind chimes.

Her many original designs range from her popular
“Dichroic Diamonds,” to “Desert Sunrise,” “Full Sun”
and “Elegant Flower” to “Tropical Fish,” some using
reflective Dichroic glass for a distinctive look. Debra’s
eye for design is accented by her color combinations
that compliment today’s styles of decor. At any given
time, at least 40 designs populate her display racks,
with many new styles and one-of-a-kind chimes
appearing often.

Debra creates her work by firing glass in a kiln to melt
colors together and give the glass its smooth texture.  
The glass is then cooled slowly, annealing it to add
strength.  Because of this process, her chimes will
easily withstand strong winds.  The results are chimes
with a subtle, relaxing sound and a strong visual
appeal.  

Debra’s work has been accepted into many well known
shows including the Southwest Arts Festival, The
Indian Wells Arts Festival, Thousand Oaks Artwalk,
Tempe Festival of the Arts and many other quality
events.  She was awarded a Creativity Award by Pacific
Fine Arts at the California Strawberry Festival,
Honorable Mention at the Studio City Festival of the
Arts, and she received a third place ribbon at the 2008
Indian Wells Arts Festival.

Her work is very popular at major art shows throughout
California, and is sold in over fifty galleries and shops
all over the country.

Debra began her career in glass art work apprenticing
with Tom Glose in Allentown, Pennsylvania, a stained
glass artist known for his 40 foot rendition of corporate
trademark, “Nipper” in RCA’s original headquarters.
This experience inspired her to further her knowledge
of glass technique and to develop her design and
fabrication talents.  In 1985, she became involved with
glass fusing, learning the skill from fusing expert, Gil
Reynolds, of Portland Oregon.  She perfected her work
over the years, creating bowls, vases, and a line of art
deco accent lamps before introducing Pacific Winds™
wind chimes 17 years ago.  Glass is her passion, and
her enthusiasm for her work shows in each piece she
creates.
METAL ART
By Richard Kendall
RICK KENDALL IS A METAL ARTIST LIVING IN YUCCA VALLEY,
CA. RICK GREW UP WORKING  IN HIS FATHER'S SHEET
METAL SHOP IN BIG BEAR LAKE,  CA.   HIS PASSION FOR
CREATING METAL SCULPTURE HAS BEEN A LOVE OF
DESIGNING SHAPES THAT MOVE AND FLOW TOGETHER.
FROM WALL PIECES TO CLOCKS.
HIS SCULPTURES ARE WORKS  OF LOVE







































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MEET THE LOOPY LADIES!!!

These ladies will be demonstrating at the festival this
year...you won't want to miss it!

JANELLE LESLIE








Janelle is the founder of the Loopy Ladies.  She is a
veteran hooker with 20 plus years of experience.  She
has created hundreds of rugs and taught many more
people her craft.  Over the years Janelle has maintained
a booth at the International Date Festival featuring her
rugs, fellow hookers’ rugs and many of her students’
creations.  She always comes to class with some kind
of little challenge for her students, and has the answer
to all of the student questions.  Janelle spends her
summers in the North-West where she hones in on
some special project she’s been working on and sends
frequent updates to all. She has truly mastered the art of
hooking.






























Loopy Ladies Website:
Click
 HERE

DESERT WEAVERS AND SPINNERS
DEMONSTRATING AT THE FESTIVAL















Our Organization is dedicated to the promotion of
hand-weaving and spinning and to providing
educational programs and demonstrations
that acquaint the public with fiber arts.

Members gather to study various techniques. Past subjects
ranged
from beginning weaving to gathering and spinning fiber
from yucca plants.
Membership is open to any individual interested in spinning,
weaving, dyeing, or
related fiber crafts.
Annual dues are $15.00.
Meetings are held at 9:00 A.M. the last
Friday of each month at the Portola
Community Center, 43-900 San Pablo Ave.
in Palm Desert.
A business meeting is followed by an informational program, a
demonstration or an activity of interest to
members.
Desert Weavers and Spinners
demonstrate spinning and weaving in
the following locales:
Riverside County Fair and
National Date Festival in the Home
Arts Building
Desert Weavers and Spinners has a spinning
group which meets the third Sunday of the
month at Massage Rx, 69730 Hwy 111,
Suite 113, Rancho Mirage,
Coachella Valley Museum and
Cultural Center Days
Various schools in the Coachella
Valley
Annually in January DWS sponsors a
workshop with national weaving teachers.
Examples of past workshops were plain
weave and color, twill weave and pigment
dyeing.
Woven and handspun works are
entered in the Riverside County Fair,
and the San Bernardino County Fair
Participating members of DWS teach classes
to fellow members. Past classes were about
dyeing and laminated felting. Instruction is available by
arrangement.