Community Calendar

Apr
28
Sun
30th EarthFair in Balboa Park
Apr 28 all-day

featuring the Earth Day Parade at 10:30am down El Prado East and ending at the Kids Area next to the Pan American Plaza

Volunteer & Info at EarthDayWeb.org

Register in the Parade: EarthParade.org

Featuring more then 300 organizations and businesses sharing what theyíre doing to help the environment. Free to attend.

May
17
Fri
Sing Me A Story @ Balboa Theatre
May 17 @ 11:45 am

Join the Classics Philharmonic, Conductor Dana Zimbric, and special guests as we explore the wonderful world of musical stories. Whether from operas or symphonies, composers have told many wonderful stories through their music. We will delve deep into the beginning, middle, and end to bring musical stories to life!

May
18
Sat
Lazy Dog Rescue 2nd Annual Low Riders Races and Pet Expo
May 18 @ 7:00 am – 1:00 pm

On May 18, 2019, Lazy Dog Rescue will be hosting the 2nd Annual Low Riders Races and Pet Expo at the beautiful Agape Ranch Dog Sport venue in Valley Center, CA.

 

What are Low Rider races you ask?? Lazy Dog Rescue is a breed specific rescue specializing in Bassets, Corgis and Dachshunds(hence LOW RIDERS) and how much fun is it going to be seeing them “race” and show everyone what AWESOME breeds they all are.

 

Awesome highlight video from last year: 2018 Low Rider Races

 

Here is a link to the vendor application: 2019 Vendor Application

 

If you have any questions, need more information or would like to find out about other ways to help (we have sponsorship and silent auction opportunities available) , please feel free to send us an email or give us a call at 760-749-7266.

Thank you and hope to hear from you!

 

Lori Lallo, President

Paula Quinn, Secretary  

Lazy Dog Rescue

28436 Sunset Road

Valley Center, CA 92082

(760) 749-7266

www.lazydogrescue.net

Jun
22
Sat
United States Police & Fire Championships @ Various
Jun 22 – Jun 29 all-day

The United States Police & Fire Championships is an Olympic-style sporting event for active and retired members of law enforcement and firefighting agencies across the country. What was once known as the “California Police Olympics”, has grown into over 3,000 athletes representing law enforcement, firefighters, and officers from corrections, probation, border protection, immigration and customs. Athletes compete in more than 50 sports at various venues throughout San Diego County. Admission is FREE to all spectators.