What we Love: October 2023

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October 2023 Event

Here is the List of Events in October 2023

Lets explore each October 2023 event in details.

Washi Transformed

Explore the incredible versatility of traditional Japanese handmade paper, known as washi, in the “Washi Transformed” exhibition. Discover over 30 captivating artworks by nine contemporary Japanese artists who push the boundaries of this ancient medium. From abstract sculptures to dramatic installations, witness how they redefine the possibilities of washi in modern art. This exhibit will be on display at Mingei International Museum from October 14, 2023, to January 7, 2024.

http://www.mingei.org

A Night for Sight

oin The Beach Boys for a vibrant ‘Night for Sight’ hosted by The Vision of Children Foundation. Led by Mike Love, the legendary band will headline this event, offering an unforgettable evening filled with music, a 3-course meal, auctions, and more. Your attendance at this San Diego occasion on October 28 supports groundbreaking research to cure childhood blindness. All tickets cover Beach Boys’ concert, dinner, and auctions. Let’s help children see clearly!

http://www.visionofchildren.org

 

MAAC Soirée

The 2023 MAAC Soirée is right around the corner! MAAC, San Diego County’s social services leader, champions healthier communities through advocacy and top-notch programs. Your support fuels life-changing initiatives for 100,000 individuals. Donate now to empower community growth and ensure San Diegans thrive. Let’s raise $250,000 on October 26 for unrestricted funds, making a real impact.

http://www.maacproject.org

 

Day of the Dead Celebrations

Immerse in authentic Mexican Día de los Muertos festivities across San Diego. From Oct 13 – Nov 2, 2022, Sherman Heights offers traditional celebrations, altars, performances, and food. Downtown Oceanside’s 21st Annual Dia de los Muertos on Oct 23 features altars, crafts, car show, and a chalk cemetery. Experience the heart of Chula Vista on Oct 29 with ofrendas, music, and tastes. Old Town’s event on Oct 29-30 includes art market and procession. Even Disneyland Resort will celebrate the eternal bonds of family at Plaza De La Familia through November 2.

http://www.DisneylandEspanol.com

 

 

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Esteban Villanueva
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