Thursday, February 12, 2015

Busiest Weekend in Palm Springs History -- This Presidents' Day Weekend

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This weekend will probably be the busiest in Palm Springs and the greater Palm Springs area history.

This weekend is President’s Day weekend.

Beginning in 1971, the Congress declared the third Monday in February each year to be Presidents Day so that Americans can enjoy a three-day weekend.

President Obama is coming to Palm Springs for the weekend. This will be the President’s fourth trip to the Coachella Valley in less than two years. 

We do not know his schedule or how long he will be in Palm Springs and the greater Palm Springs area.

We do know, however, that a Presidential visit can affect your plans.

Because the weekend will be so busy it is time for you to consider what you’re going to do.

The Palm Springs Guru kicks off the weekend by having lunch with, good friend and weekday morning radio super star, Bill “Bulldog” Feingold.

After lunch I’ll visit the 17th Annual Tour de Palm Springs Vendor Expo on North Palm Canyon between Tahquitz and Alejo. The two-day Expo is an exciting part of the Tour de Palm Springs event! And it’s free and open to all.
Saturday, Valentine’s Day, I will be bicycling with approximately 8,000 other bicyclists in the 17th Annual Tour de Palm Springs. I hope you can join us.

Here are some other ideas for your consideration.

Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival:

Cathedral City Hot Air Balloon Festival:

Valentine's Day Dinner at Clementine in Palm Desert.

International Bear Convergence (IBC).

Visit Pappy & Harriet's in Pioneertown.

There are many, many options for you to do this weekend.  The weather looks good.

Make plans to have fun and enjoy Palm Springs and our greater Palm Springs area.

Every day is a good day to visit, shop, dine, stay, work, play, relax, refresh and rejuvenate in Beautiful Palm Springs, California.

The Palm Springs Guru makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the news and information written, posted and shared on this blog. The Palm Springs Guru recommends that you always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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