Farmer’s markets throughout San Diego County are committed to the serving the needs of their community also while giving back. With so many options of farm fresh produce, fish, flowers and plants, arts and crafts and much more, there are many reasons to shop local and support the community and the environment.
Museum Month! In San Diego, February is dedicated to promoting museums with more than 45 participating arts institutions and museums offering admission at half price. The Museum Month pass is available at no cost at Macy’s stores. Save the Date and get ready to explore local arts and culture.
Yoga Out Loud!
Calling all yogis for a morning of soul and uplifting sounds of Deep House with the mind and health improving movements of Yoga on various beaches in San Diego. On January 8 at 8 am a donation-based Yoga + Deep House class, complete with DJ will feature an uplifting and driving sounds of melodic Deep House as you flow strong through yoga poses.
The Force Awakens! On December 18 the much anticipated Star Wars: Episode VII is set to hit the big screen. To kick it all off AMC Mission Valley will host a STAR WARS Marathon Event on December 17 starting at 1:00am. Edwards Mira Mesa 18 is hosting Star Wars Saturdays. Each Saturday, from December 19 to January 9, the first 500 guests who experience Star Wars: The Force Awakens in IMAX will receive a collectable ticket featuring unique Star Wars: The Force Awakens art.
Making Seasides Bright! Known for celebrating the holidays in grand tradition, Hotel del Coronado has gained a reputation for its festive holiday grandeur since 1888. It was here in 1904 that America witnessed the first electrically-lit outdoor Christmas tree. In 2004, the resort introduced the first beachfront ice rink, Skating by the Sea. The spectacular rink featuring stunning views of Coronado beach is set to return on November 26 - January 3. Bring the whole family to experience a Winter Wonderland of holiday sights, smells and sounds.
Life Science comes alive in La Jolla! La Jolla is home to the J. Craig Venter Institute and on October 24, it is set to host their annual Genome Gala to showcase the many projects and to celebrate advances in genomics with guests, researchers and community leaders. The gala is a unique opportunity for guests to learn more about their research and have a direct impact on the course of modern science. www.jcvi.org