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Wednesday, Oct 18
Bach-at-Noon FREE Concert
Bach Collegium San Diego presents a free 45-minute concert of historically-informed music of the Baroque era and beyond. For our first Bach-at-Noon of the Bach Collegium San Diego presents a free 45-minute concert of historically-informed music of the Baroque era and beyond. For our first Bach at Noon of the season we will present: 1) Christopher Tye, In Nomine 'Rachels Weepinge', 2) John...
Wednesday, Oct 18
San Diego Networking Mixer at Union Kitchen & Tap Gaslamp
October 18th Starting at 6pm! Meet new people and participate in lively discussions with outstanding names in the San Diego community. Make sure to bring your business cards and be ready to make awesome connections with people across all industries. We always have a great mix of people from Influencers to Startup CEO's and more. Register immediately for an early bird...
Wednesday, Oct 18
Zen Talk: The Way-Seeking Mind
Come join us for "Zen Talk: The Way-Seeking Mind" with Sensei Jose Shinzen Palma.  Traditionally, the first talk of a Zen practice period is given by the Shuso, or head monk, on 'way-seeking mind'.  Jose will describe for us the winding path he has taken over the course of his own life that has brought him to Zen practice, and...
Wednesday, Oct 18
Zen Talk: The Way-Seeking Mind
Come join us for "Zen Talk: The Way-Seeking Mind" with Sensei Jose Shinzen Palma.  Traditionally, the first talk of a Zen practice period is given by the Shuso, or head monk, on 'way-seeking mind'.  Jose will describe for us the winding path he has taken over the course of his own life that has brought him to Zen practice, and...
Wednesday, Oct 18
Zen Talk: The Way-Seeking Mind
Come join us for "Zen Talk: The Way-Seeking Mind" with Sensei Jose Shinzen Palma as he shares the winding path he has taken on his evolutionary journey. Details found at : https://www.cihs.edu/index.php/community-events/  
Wednesday, Oct 18
GI Film Festival San Diego Opening Night
KPBS is proud to present the 2017 GI Film Festival San Diego, Oct. 18 – 22. The event brings the stories of America’s military to life through film. This year’s line-up includes eight West Coast premieres, filmmaker appearances, and panel discussions.   Opening Night, on Wednesday, Oct. 18, features the West Coast Premiere of “The 2 Sides Project” at the...
Thursday, Oct 19
Play-Based Social Skills Group for Children with Autism & Similar Conditions
Our play-based social skills group is designed for children, ages 4-7, with social learning challenges, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or similar needs. Your child will have fun through a play-based social skills group, rooted in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles. Your child will learn how to play and enjoy play with their peers, have successful engagement with others, effectively deal...
Thursday, Aug 31 - Thursday, Oct 19
Science Group for Children with Autism & Similar Conditions
Let’s experiment through science! Children, ages 8-12, have fun engaging in weekly science activities while also practicing an important social skill.   Our upcoming 8-week session will focus on relationship building, specifically designed for children with social learning challenges, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or similar needs. Please contact the Family Wellness Center for more information and to register. Group meets every...
Wednesday, Oct 18 - Thursday, Oct 19
Carlsbad’s Weekly Farmer’s Market
For over twenty years, Carlsbad has had a Farmers’ Market in the heart of its Village. Every Wednesday, year-round, State Street turns into an open-air specialty food market offering products from over 50 vendors, live music, and seating for dining. From 3pm to 7pm (Spring and Summer) and from 3pm to 6pm (Fall and Winter) locals and visitors alike can...
Thursday, Oct 19
Historic Building Seminar
Historic Building Seminar   Thursday, October 19, 2017 6pm to 8pm Tickets required via http://sparksgallery.com/shop/historic-building-seminar   Hear the history of the businesses that occupied the space where the gallery stands today, including details about the seedy underbelly of San Diego's "New Town". Speakers include local historians from Save Our Heritage Organisation (SOHO) and the gallery building owners.   The “Sterling...
Thursday, Oct 19
NAFTA: A Make or Break Moment?
The San Diego World Affairs Council  Is Pleased to Invite You to an Important Panel Discussion: “NAFTA: A Make or Break Moment?” More than 20 years after the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) went into effect, its consequences are a topic of heated debate in Mexico, Canada and especially the United States. Are President Trump’s claims about NAFTA and...
Thursday, Aug 31 - Thursday, Oct 19
Social Skills Group for Teens with Autism & Similar Conditions
Providing a safe and supportive environment for teens to expand their social knowledge and abilities! Middle and high school students meet every Thursday to learn a specific social skill through fun activities and interactive discussion.  Our upcoming 8-week session focuses on relationship building, and is specifically designed for teens with social learning challenges, High-Functioning Autism (HFA) or similar needs. Please...
Friday, Oct 20
Ovation Concerto Competition Finals
Friday, October 20, 2017 7pm Ovation Concerto Competition Finals Advanced soloists University Christian Church Adult $10 Child/Student Free Private Teachers of Finalists Free
Saturday, Oct 21
52 Weeks of Science: The Science of Harvesting a Community Garden.
Join local educators as they take you through the detailed process of planting and harvesting a community garden.
Saturday, Oct 21
Patriotic Tribute
61st Massing of the Colors and Service of Remembrance Patriots gather to honor the American Flag and the men and women in uniform, veterans and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Color Guards representing military services, Scouts, ROTC/JROTC units, veteran, law enforcement and civic organizations are invited to join the parade of Colors. This is a FREE outdoor event at...
Saturday, Oct 21
Rancho Penasquitos Solar Experience
Learn how to maneuver through rising utility costs and make informed decisions about cost-saving energy programs. Join Center for Sustainable Energy, Climate Action Campaign, and Sullivan Solar Power for an empowering seminar to speak directly to nationally certified energy practitioners about your utility's solar rules. Local residents are invited to the Rancho Penasquitos Solar Experience, Saturday, October 21st at the...
Saturday, Oct 21
GI Film Festival San Diego World War II Remembered
KPBS is proud to present the 2017 GI Film Festival San Diego, Oct. 18 – 22. The event brings the stories of America’s military to life through film. This year’s line-up includes eight West Coast premieres, filmmaker appearances, and panel discussions.   Saturday, October 21, features the World War II Remembered film block. This collection of short films honors the...
Saturday, Oct 21
GI Film Festival San Diego American Veteran Film Screening
KPBS is proud to present the 2017 GI Film Festival San Diego, Oct. 18 – 22. The event brings the stories of America’s military to life through film. This year’s line-up includes eight West Coast premieres, filmmaker appearances, and panel discussions.   On Saturday, October 21, “American Veteran” will screen at AMC Mission Valley 21 at 11 a.m.   “American...
Saturday, Oct 21
Carlsbad, Kidifornia Beach Event
Visitors and locals are invited to attend the Carlsbad, Kidifornia Beach Party on October 21st, from 9:30 am to 1 pm. Join the mayor of Carlsbad, Matt Hall, and the team of Visit Carlsbad for a morning of kid-friendly activity on the sandy shores of the Beach Terrace Inn. There will be fun, games, and chances to win great prizes...
Saturday, Oct 21
Pumpkin Trains
Begin your adventure at the 100 year old haunted Campo Train Depot, then embark on a 45 minute train ride through San Diego's back country. At the end of the ride you will be delivered to our indoor Display Building with adjacent pumpkin patch where you can decorate your pumpkin and learn new things about railroading. Wander through the haunted...
Saturday, Oct 21
GI Film Festival San Diego LGBT in the Military
KPBS is proud to present the 2017 GI Film Festival San Diego, Oct. 18 – 22. The event brings the stories of America’s military to life through film. This year’s line-up includes eight West Coast premieres, filmmaker appearances, and panel discussions.   On Saturday, October 21, “High Low Forty” will screen at AMC Mission Valley 20 at 1:15 p.m. In...
Saturday, Oct 21
Pure Water Day Open House
You’re invited to the second annual Pure Water Day Open House on Saturday, October 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the North City Water Reclamation Plant! Come learn how the City of San Diego’s Pure Water Program will produce 1/3 of San Diego’s water supply locally using proven technology to clean recycled water. The free event will include...
Saturday, Oct 21
GI Film Festival San Diego Women in the Military
KPBS is proud to present the 2017 GI Film Festival San Diego, Oct. 18 – 22. The event brings the stories of America’s military to life through film. This year’s line-up includes eight West Coast premieres, filmmaker appearances, and panel discussions.   On Saturday, October 21, “After Fire” will screen at AMC Mission Valley 20 at 1:00 p.m.   With...
Saturday, Oct 21
Author Meet & Greet and Book Signing
The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum is excited to host an author meet & greet and book-signing with Karen Kao as she presents her novel, The Dancing Girl and The Turtle. This touching book explores Shanghai in the 1930s, in a city that thrives with an ingrained courtesan culture. Song Anyi survives through this tumultuous time of war and destruction...
Saturday, Oct 21
Workshop: The Art of Journaling led by Artist Michelle D. Ferrera
Workshop: The Art of Journaling led by Artist Michelle D. Ferrera Open to the Public / Ticket Required SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2017 1:00-4:00 PM Join SG artist Michelle D. Ferrera for an afternoon devoted to the craft of expressive free writing, drawing, and collage. Ferrera’s highly personal fine art practice evolved from her own journals, a journey she will share...
Saturday, Oct 21
Augmented and Virtual Reality Festival
Explore the future at the Fleet’s Augmented and Virtual Reality Festival. Visitors of all ages will have a chance to explore the AR and VR technologies that are currently being used for education, medical science and more. Activities free with paid admission.
Saturday, Oct 21
Bayside Brew & Spirits Festival
Join us for National City’s first annual Bayside Brew & Spirits Festival - a festival highlighting the unique culture of the National City community and celebrating music and of course beer, wine and spirits and being presented by the National City Chamber of Commerce. Bayside Brew and Spirits Festival is the first bi-national beer festival in San Diego. We're bringing...
Saturday, Oct 21
Cornhole Tournament & Food Truck Rally
La Mesa Park & Recreation Foundation is hosting their 2nd annual Cornhole Tournament & Food Truck Rally. Sign up for the cornhole tournament or just come and enjoy the music, kids activities, and a beer garden. First place prize for open division (Team Entry Fee: $100) will be $1000 and Family Division (Team Entry Fee: $50) winner will win $500....
Friday, Oct 20 - Saturday, Oct 21
Drop-In Dance Class
DROP-IN DANCE CLASS Fridays, 4:00-5:00 P.M. October 20, 2017-August 31, 2018 Ages 10+ Brand new for 2017! Brush off your jazz shoes, or start tapping right now! JCompany is proud to introduce a weekly drop-in dance class for all dancers who want to keep their skills fresh. Families are welcome - parents and grandparents included! This class will be taught on a rotating basis...
Saturday, Oct 21
Extreme Sailing Series™ Spectator Cruise or Lunch Cruise
The Extreme Sailing Series is coming to San Diego Bay. Avoid the crowds onshore! Watch, photograph or videotape the races from the deck of a Hornblower yacht with a Spectator Cruise or a Lunch Cruise on Oct. 21 or 22, 2017. Both options include professional race narration and drinks available for purchase. The Lunch Cruise includes a lunch buffet with...
Saturday, Oct 21
Extreme Sailing Series™ Spectator Cruise or Lunch Cruise
The Extreme Sailing Series is coming to San Diego Bay. Avoid the crowds onshore! Watch, photograph or videotape the races from the deck of a Hornblower yacht with a Spectator Cruise or a Lunch Cruise on Oct. 21 or 22, 2017. Both options include professional race narration and drinks available for purchase. The Lunch Cruise includes a lunch buffet with...
Saturday, Oct 21
GI Film Festival San Diego Local Film Showcase: Deported Veterans
KPBS is proud to present the 2017 GI Film Festival San Diego, Oct. 18 – 22. The event brings the stories of America’s military to life through film. This year’s line-up includes eight West Coast premieres, filmmaker appearances, and panel discussions.   On Saturday, October 21, the festival features a Local Film Showcase: Deported Veterans film block. This pairing of...
Saturday, Oct 21
GI Film Festival San Diego Local Film Showcase: Made by or Starring Veterans
KPBS is proud to present the 2017 GI Film Festival San Diego, Oct. 18 – 22. The event brings the stories of America’s military to life through film. This year’s line-up includes eight West Coast premieres, filmmaker appearances, and panel discussions.   Saturday, October 21, features the Local Film Showcase: Made by or Starring Veterans film block. This collection of...
Friday, Oct 20 - Saturday, Oct 21
Haunted Aquarium: Sea Monster Mash
At Haunted Aquarium: Sea Monster Mash, enjoy close encounters with Scripps Institution of Oceanography scientists and search the galleries for unusual underwater creatures rarely seen at Birch Aquarium at Scripps. Discover a sea of glowing beasts (big and small), get sticky with slime, and enjoy spooky stories, all while boo-gieing down to live music and having a monstrously good time....
Saturday, Oct 21
Joyapalooza
Enjoy an enchanting evening under the stars at Joyapalooza! Celebrate music and its incredible power. Roll up your sleeves for interactive music experiences in the Festival Hall. Learn the rhythm and roots of music therapy! Let your spirit soar with live performances by local musicians and our very own music therapists under the Courtyard’s twinkling lights. Tickets are limited and...
Saturday, Oct 21
Las Migas with Flamenco Arana
When the four ladies of Las Migas pick up their nylon-string guitars and violins and launch into soulful multi-part harmonies, audiences can expect to be astounded. Las Migas brings fiery passion to their signature blend of Flamenco and Mediterranean rhythms — a fusion of raw power and spunky playfulness that’s earned them a loyal following at some of Europe’s top...
Saturday, Oct 21
Handel's Acis and Galatea
Join Bach Collegium San Diego for the first concert of our 15th Anniversary Season. We are a Baroque orchestra and chorus that performs 'historically-informed' works of Bach and his contemporaries. Handel's Acis & Galatea was his first dramatic work in English when it premiered as a one-act masque at the Cannons estate, home of the composer's patron James Brydges, the Duke of Chandos. Acis & Galatea portrays the love affair between...
Saturday, Oct 21
Handel's Acis and Galatea
Join Bach Collegium San Diego for the first concert of our 15th Anniversary Season. We are a Baroque orchestra and chorus that performs 'historically-informed' works of Bach and his contemporaries. Handel's Acis & Galatea was his first dramatic work in English when it premiered as a one-act masque at the Cannons estate, home of the composer's patron James Brydges, the Duke of Chandos. Acis & Galatea portrays the love affair between...
Saturday, Oct 21
GI Film Festival San Diego Awards Ceremony and Celebration
On Saturday, October 21, join us for the awards celebration of the GI Film Festival San Diego at KPBS at 7:00 p.m. Filmmakers featured in the Local Film Showcase will receive awards in multiple categories. Admission includes drinks, appetizers, and entertainment. Actor, comedian, and former Navy officer Jamie Kaler will emcee the event.   To purchase tickets to this event,...
Saturday, Oct 21
Tombstone Cinema: "Hocus Pocus" & "Corpse Bride"
Tombstone Cinema Presents "Hocus Pocus" & "Corpse Bride" At the Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017 Movie Starts: 6:00 PM Gates Open: 5:00 PM $15 Per Person (Kids 12 & under FREE!) Please Bring low back chairs and/or blankets to sit on. Don't forget to visit our Snack Bar for pizza by the slice, drinks, popcorn & candy!...
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