Community Calendar

Oct
13
Sat
“Out of Africa” at Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center Art Gallery
Oct 13 @ 12:00 pm – Nov 9 @ 3:30 pm

The Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation (MTRP) is pleased to present a Photography Exhibition featuring award winning photographers: Dolwain Green and Suzanne Green.

 

This exhibit will be on display in the Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center Art Gallery

October 13 – November 9, 2018.  The public is cordially invited to a reception in honor of the artists on Sunday, October 14, 2018, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

 

About the Artists:

 

Dolwain Green, born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, discovered an interest in photography while documenting a study of migrant farm workers in the eastern United Stated. His photo interests expanded to other history, cultural and sports activities, wild animals he encountered along the way, and his main love, rural and urban landscapes.

Artist Statement:

Photography is about the state and transition of light, colors, sights, and perspective. Whether it includes animal life, people, urban and rural scenes, or natural formations, Dolwain’s focus is on capturing images that tell stories. He hopes you enjoy these images as much as he enjoyed capturing them for you.

 

After retiring from a long career in public higher education, Suzanne Green is now enjoying an opportunity to explore the world and capture some of it photographically. Fine art photography has proven to be a challenge she continues to learn from and enjoy immensely.

 

The MTRP Visitor and Interpretive Center is located at One Father Junipero Serra Trail, San Diego, CA 92119, and it is open daily from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Admission is free.

 

The MTRP Foundation was formed in 1988 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit public benefit corporation.  For more information about the MTRP Art Program, please contact Vicky DeLong, Art Coordinator, at 619-286-1361 or Jennifer Morrissey, MTRP Foundation, at 619-668-3280

Oct
18
Thu
Extreme Sailing Series San Diego @ Harbor Island
Oct 18 – Oct 21 all-day

Extreme Sailing Series™, the world’s leading Stadium Racing series, will return to America’s Finest City October 18 – October 21, 2018 in what promises to be another action-packed event!

The action-packed racing makes the Extreme Sailing Series unique. The San Diego event will feature a free “Race Village” and many other fun elements as part of the Extreme Sailing Series set-up, including the US Sailing Education Zone and the Extreme Club VIP area where you can ride as a Guest Sailor on a GC32 during a race. It will be based at Harbor Island with the racing action taking place just five meters from the shore, giving attendees an experience like no other. The 2018 San Diego event will again feature a Kiteboard Invitational with the top talent in the world and a full grid of professional and brand-backed sponsored teams racing a fleet of foiling GC32 catamarans, “flying” in front of thousands of spectators.

The Extreme Sailing Series season is already underway starting in March at Muscat, Oman. Making its way to the USA, it will compete in six international cities before returning to San Diego. The Extreme Sailing Series finishes up their 2018 season in Los Cabos, Mexico beginning in late November.

2018 Overall Series Schedule Includes:
https://www.extremesailingseries.com/events/2018

• Muscat, Oman – March 14-17
• Riva Del Garda, Italy (World Championship) – May 24-27
• Barcelona, Spain – June 14-17
• Portugal (TBC) – July 5-8
• St. Petersburg, Russia – August 9-12
• Cardiff, UK – August 24-27
• San Diego, USA – October 18-21
• Los Cabos, Mexico – November 29- December 2

Entries:
Entrees are being taken for the 2018 Extreme Sailing Series are now open and the provisional Notice of Race is available. For more information email entries@extremesailingseries.com.

Oct
26
Fri
CoSA Presents “The Music Man”
Oct 26 @ 7:25 pm – Nov 3 @ 8:25 pm

The Music Man, in which music is a powerful metaphor, is the classic story of that smooth-talking swindler, Prof. Harold Hill, who transforms sensible people with mundane existences into impassioned believers in miracles and magic. Meredith Willson’s heartwarming 1957 musical, which won the Tony Award for Best Musical over West Side Story, is a sophisticated, innovative fusion of styles—from singspiel to the barbershop quartet, with a dollop of ravishing romantic ballads, rousing chorales and counterpoint songs that will transport you to River City, Iowa, circa 1912. This clever and inspirational musical opens October 26 at 7pm and features the talented Musical Theatre & Drama students of the Coronado School of Arts.

 

The Music Man is literally Hill himself (Will Boone), a charming scammer, master of the smooth soft-sell and the power of invented truth who is on the lam. With the help of his former partner Marcellus (Blake Miller), he evades skeptical townspeople and a prying librarian, Marian (Olivia Troyer), who is an unyielding pragmatist, until she yields to the man who got away from 102 counties. Her little brother Winthrop is locked inside his own grief over the death of his father two years ago, and won’t speak because he lisps. The mayor (Morgan Mitchell) is also out to get Hill but his wife (Drew Ward) is all aflutter over her rediscovered dancing talent. Four men who have hated one another for 15 years unite in vocal harmony after Hill convinces them that ”singing is only sustained talking.” When he tells Winthrop that he always believes there’s a band, it would be foolish not to believe it, too.

 

“Even if you’re seeing The Music Man for the umpteenth time, you can be surprised by the musical’s vigor, warmth, uplift and virtually faultless construction,” according to Barbara Wolf, Chair of CoSA’s award-winning Musical Theatre & Drama conservatory. “It captures the yearning for meaning and connection that reaches beyond small-town America.”

 

The 570-seat Coronado Performing Arts Center Main Stage Theatre located at 650 D Avenue, is the venue for this sophisticated comedy with performances October 26 (7pm), October 27 (7pm), October 28 (2pm), November 2 and 3 (both 7pm). Tickets are available at the box office 45 minutes prior to performance or online at https://cosamusical.eventbrite.com and range from $10-$20.

 

Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) is a premier public school arts conservatory, home to 200 scholar artists grades 9 through 12, who attend the nationally ranked Coronado High School. CoSA provides an intense, pre-professional arts education to students from all over San Diego in six conservatories including Classical & Contemporary Dance, Digital Arts, Instrumental Music, Musical Theatre & Drama, Theatre Production Design & Management and Visual Arts. For other upcoming CoSA events, visit www.cosasandiego.com.

 

For additional information, sponsorship opportunities or to schedule interviews/appearances by the cast, please contact Nancy McRae at 619-522-4050. Tickets are available at the box office 45 minutes prior to performance or online at www.cosasandiego.com.

Oct
27
Sat
Hallo-wine & Spirits Party @ Hotel del Coronado
Oct 27 all-day

Celebrate Halloween at San Diego’s famous haunted hotel on Saturday, October 27. Wear your best costume and join us for the 8th annual, adults-only, Hallo-wine & Spirits® Party full of spooky surroundings, great eats, drinks and dancing until you drop! This year’s theme is Legendary Screams from the Silver Screen. Party-goers are encourage to use #DelHallowine at the event. All attendees must be 21+ (no exceptions). There is a separate Kids Halloween Party during the event.

Oct
28
Sun
Halloween at Liberty Station @ Liberty Station, Point Loma
Oct 28 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Liberty Station will host the annual Halloween at the Station celebration in partnership with Arts District Liberty Station, San Diego Comic Art Gallery, Comickaze Comics, Books, and More and Liberty Public Market on Sunday, Oct. 28, from 12 to 4 p.m. in the North Promenade at Liberty Station. The community is invited to enjoy the daytime festivities including trick-or-treating throughout the district, music and live entertainment, an arts and crafts project presented by Monart School of the Arts, spooky games and an inflatable obstacle course presented by Kid Ventures, a Hollywood car show and more! The event will also feature live music performances presented by the Recreational Music Center and a Hollywood car show with classic cars from famous blockbuster films parked in the North Promenade. With candy bags in tow, families can explore the corridors of Liberty Station and pop into local businesses and shops that will be opening their doors for trick-or-treating.

 

When: Sunday, Oct. 28

12 to 4 p.m.

 

Where: North Promenade

2848 Dewey Road

San Diego, CA 92106

 

Website: https://libertystation.com/events/halloween-at-the-station

Nov
3
Sat
Cardinal Golf Tournament @ Admiral Baker Golf Course
Nov 3 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Hoover Alumni Organization and Hoover Foundation are hosting a golf tournament fundraiser in support of special academic and athletic programs for students at Hoover High School. All registered golfers will receive a round of golf w/cart, free golf club, swag bag, entry in $25,000 hole-in-one contest and additional contests, buffet luncheon with raffles and silent auction. REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW! Write “KUSI” on your registration form to receive the early-bird price of $150/single or $550 foursome.
Print your registration form at hooveralumniorgsd.org/golf-tournament/

Nov
4
Sun
Carrera de los Muertos 5K &10K @ Embarcadero Park South in Downtown San Diego
Nov 4 all-day

Carrera de los Muertos San Diego is a festive and fun 5k that will start and finish Embarcadero Park South in downtown San Diego.

Enjoy a scenic run along downtown’s San Diego Bay and stay to celebrate in the park with mariachi, dancers and comida deliciosa! Join family and friends to remember loved ones that have passed in this rich cultural tradition. You will experience a great sense of community through a little exercise, music, dance, face painting and a lot of fun. Nos vemos en la Carrera de los Muertos!

Nov
9
Fri
Coronado Island Film Festival
Nov 9 @ 10:00 am – Nov 12 @ 11:00 pm

You’ll want to savor our new “Culinary Cinema!”

Lights, Camera, EAT!

This year a new taste treat comes to Coronado Island Film Festival – Culinary Cinema! Each day, we’ll feature a fabulous food documentary. These will be followed with some delectable “small plates” served up by three of Coronado’s finest restaurants (to be announced soon!).

Check out the trailers of our Culinary Cinema docs!

Have Questions?
Reply to this email or reach us at info@coronadoislandfilmfestival.com

Nov
15
Thu
Music Takes FLIGHT! @ Balboa Theatre
Nov 15 @ 10:00 am

The Classics Philharmonic, Conductor Dana Zimbric, and a San Diego museum partner celebrate the music of Flight! This program will feature classical music based on flying insects, planes, pilots, rockets, spaceships, superheroes and literary/film characters.

Music Takes Flight @ Balboa Theatre
Nov 15 @ 11:45 am

The Classics Philharmonic, Conductor Dana Zimbric, and a San Diego museum partner celebrate the music of Flight! This program will feature classical music based on flying insects, planes, pilots, rockets, spaceships, superheroes and literary/film characters.