Hi Fellow Tustinites – Don’t miss out on the fun at our Concerts in The Park. Bring lawn chairs, a blanket and a picnic or buy from our local non-profit vendors. The following is the schedule for the remaining Wednesday night concerts: July 9th Ronny and The Classics (Classic Rock) July 16th Gold Rush (Country) […]
About Bonnie Gausewitz
Rather than acting as a "sales person" I take an advisory approach to assisting clients who are considering selling their home or buying a new home. Having actively worked as a real estate professional for over 25 years, and being fortunate enough to have lived in North Tustin since 1968, I consider it an honor when clients trust me to assist them during such an important transition period in their lives.
Don’t miss our 30th Annual Street Fair and Chili Cook-off. Our chili cook-off is the third largest in the country so competition is fierce! There will be awards given for best ICS chili as well as People’s choice and best Salsa. The fair starts at 11:00 and booths close by 5:00 but make sure to […]
Come for enjoy some free lunch and advice about hardening your home against fire. Kids (young & older) can check out fire engine. Free gift for first 25 people. Fire Safety Awareness Fire Station #8 (corner of Skyline and Cowan Heights Dr.) 11am to 1pm, Saturday, May 17. Organized by North Tustin Fire Safe Council, […]
It was another gorgeous day in Southern California and I coerced my husband and friends to come with me to the Antique Fair/Flea Market which recently moved to the Great Park in Irvine just off Sand Canyon and the 5 freeway. Fun finds of the day were these brooches for $3 which will dress up a […]
After being happily stuffed over the holidays my body is craving fresh, organic fruit. I am so thankful we planted fruit trees a few years ago because my family is never without some form of fresh fruit to pick & enjoy. For those of you who don’t already have fruit trees, they can be implemented into […]
Don’t be alarmed by home values determined by popular internet sites. Here’s a great article from the Wall Street Journal…
Read more here.
I love going to Peppertree Park for the “Concerts in the Park” series sponsored by the City of Tustin and annual “Broadway in the Park” show sponsored by TACFA (Tustin Area Fine Arts Council.) This year’s musical, “Oliver,” is one of my all-time favorites! What makes the experience even more fun is bringing food and libations to […]
I recently attended the ReadySetGo meeting at Bent Tree Park in Lemon Heights which was very informative and frankly, a little scary. According to fire authorities, Peter’s Canyon Regional Park is at the end of a wind tunnel which could carry a fire to our area in 15 minutes and burn our hills in as little […]
Sorting through and tossing out years of old magazines in my latest attempt to cleanse my home and mind of excess baggage, the torn pages of “eye candy” I have collected have given me some clarity on how I want my home to “feel.” Over two decades I have filed away or given to clients favorite vignettes from Veranda, Southern Living, […]
Tustin Tiller Days is upon us again…Did you know this community event has been going on since 1957? The carnival takes place at Columbus Tustin Park on Irvine and Prospect and runs all weekend. Great food, community booths, live bands, old-fashioned games and fun rides all start tomorrow at 4:00 PM and run all weekend. Event hours are Friday 4:00 […]