Kathy Condon

Kathy Condon was born and raised in Tomah, Wisconsin. She lived 4 years in San Fernando Valley, CA;  4 years in Shepherdstown, WV; 4 years in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands (Where she received her BA in English and Art); and 26 years in Vancouver, WA. 

On June 12, 2012, she woke up to one more gray day in Vancouver, Washington. That was it! She decided she was moving to Palm Springs, CA. The task of sorting and selling her possessions began. She drove down with a carload of her clothing, and some of her favorite things.

Today, Kathy Condon happily lives in Palm Springs, CA. She is known as an adventurer and seeks new experiences around every corner.    She is an Acclaimed Speaker, Trainer and Author on Business Communication. She has written three books on communication. Her book It Doesn’t Hurt to Ask It’s All About Communication was named “Best Book Finalist” by USA Book News. http://www.kathycondon.net  

Latest Blogs

5 Estates Available for Small Weddings in Palm Springs

There are numerous locations to have weddings in Palm Springs. However, if you have dreamed about having one in an intimate, beautiful location, here are some possibilities for you.  These estates will work with...

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New Uptown Design Boutique Hotel Serves Visitors and Locals

As we watched Arrive (pronounced just like it looks) located in the Uptown Design District, we locals heard all kinds of rumors about this new boutique hotel.  It was supposed to be hip place that was...

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American Documentary Film Festival Series Tickets on Sale Now

Excitement is mounting since Palm Springs is ground zero for the American Documentary Film Festival, March 30 to April 4, 2016.  Films from 35 countries will be shown at different venues. There will be 150 films...

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Tony Robbins Film Produced by Joe Berlinger Opens American Documentary Film Series

As a graduate of Anthony Robbins Master University, I can assure anyone attending the opening night festivities of the American Documentary Film Festival is in for quite the treat. There is no question it...

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Two New Establishments Meet Different Needs

Dead or Alive Bar 150 E Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs, CA 92264 www.deadoralive.com (760) 864-7193   Hours: 5:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. 7 Days a week Aficionados of both wine and beer will be pleased they...

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Palm Springs Libraries Offer Informative Lectures About the Area

Palm Springs Public Library….Main Branch 300 S Sunrise Way Palm Springs, CA  (760) 322-7323 www.palmspringslibrary.org Hours Monday: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. to...

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Artist Andy Burgess to Attend Palm Springs Fine Art Fair

Urban Expositions has announced there will be 60 galleries, 300 artists from 11 countries and 33 cities represented at the Palm Springs Fine Arts Fair February 11-14, 2016.  One of the returning galleries is the...

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Palm Springs Fine Arts Fair Attracts Artists and Patrons from throughout the World

Once you have been to the Palm Spring Fine Art Fair you will want to put it on your schedule each year.  The high ceilings of the Palm Springs Convention Center and 12,000 sq. feet of space provide...

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WHO'S NEXT Retail Store Brings Exclusive French Fashion Brands to Palm Springs

If you want a sense of the colors that make up Palm Springs, California, you need to walk into Who’s Next directly across from the Kimpton Hotel being built on North Palm Canyon. Benjamin Perdereau lived in Aix...

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Living Desert Butterfly! Wing Wonder

The Living Desert is a place we locals go to over-and-over again. Thus, for those of you visiting the Coachella Valley, that is a pretty good indication you should put a visit to this relaxing and educational place...

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Tour of the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands

Located behind a pink wall is a 200-acre estate known as The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands.  Ambassador Walter Annenberg and Lenore Annenberg created their majestic western home on grounds that were once barren...

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Frank Sinatra Remember by Mel Haber at Melvyn's in Palm Springs

One always feels like something special is going to happen when you approach Melvyn’s, adjacent to the Ingleside Inn. Perhaps, it is the lavish plantings that have grown over the years and provide a great shield...

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Palm Springs Modernism Week Premier Bus Tour a Delight

When you see a Double Decker bus touring around Palm Springs, it is a sure sign Modernism Week is happening or about to be launched. The popularity of this event has grown so festivities have expanded beyond one week...

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New Palm Springs Art Studio Attracting Patrons of the Arts

Love Art? Then get in your car and go on a great adventure to the Gerald Patrick Art Studio. It is tucked away in a strip mall near the corner of Sunrise and Vista Chino. Gerald (Jerry) wanted a place where he could...

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Palm Springs Now Has Bagels

Craving a good bagel? You won’t find it in the hustle and bustle of downtown Palm Springs.  Andy Wysocki and Bill Sanderson scoured the area to find a quiet place off the beaten track for a location. They...

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History of Joshua Tree National Park

The National Park Service will be 100 years old in 2016. Joshua Tree National Park has already started planning activities that will highlight this amazing park. Check out their calendar for activities at the Park...

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8 Reasons Why It Makes Sense to Rent a Home for Your Vacation

People definitely are discovering Palm Springs and are realizing there is “Like No Place Else.” People from all over the world are deciding to make Palm Springs their next destination vacation. No longer are...

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Palm Springs Windmill Tour

No matter what form of transportation you take to enter Palm Springs, you will be amazed at the sight of over 2,000 windmills lining the Valley and the hills.  It is easy to understand why they have been the...

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Moorten Botanical Garden - A Place Not Be Missed

If you are lucky, Clark Moorten, the son of the founder of the gardens, will be there to greet you as you walk through the garden gate.  He weaves the history of the garden and his family accomplishments into...

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Sweet Treats Downtown Palm Springs on South Palm Canyon Drive

BRANDINI TOFFEE 132 South Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs, CA 92262 www.brandinitoffee.com (760) 200-1598 Hours:  M-W 10:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.    T-S  10:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m...

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