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Superheroes come to life this summer! These parallel exhibitions examine heroic comic book icons and celebrate 150 years of Alice. Go down the rabbit hole into the whimsical world of Wonderland, then summon your powers and soar through the exhibits. Over 60 world-renowned artists look at our beloved heroes in the thought-provoking new ways.
Join Nan Sterman, garden expert and host of the award winning TV show, A Growing Passion, as she leads a 50 minute guided tour of Rancho La Puerta’s spectacular gardens. Learn about the The Ranch’s landscape, garden history, and how to implement water-wise practices into your own garden.
The tour continues at Tres Estrellas, The Ranch’s 6-acre organic farm, where Nan will join Executive Chef Denise Roa to discuss growing fruits, vegetables, and herbs used in The Ranch’s famous farm-to-table cuisine.
Come sample the riches of Rancho La Puerta. Enjoy a massage, tour the gardens, take a yoga class, savor the delicious spa cuisine, and more!
Round-trip transportation from San Diego to The Ranch and a 50-minute massage are included
Stand Down is a yearly outreach program to help homeless veterans across the United States. Our vets can remove themselves from the combat of the streets and allow Veteran’s Village of San Diego and the community of San Diego to stand the watch so they can receive needed services and rest. Over 800 men, women and children are provided with shelter, medical, dental, legal,clothing, showers, haircuts, food, counseling, employment and other needed services.
Temple Solel is putting together a team to volunteer at Stand Down 2016 on July 24. They will be volunteering in the clothing tent. You must be 18 or older to volunteer. Contact Marsha Schjolberg to participate.
Vanguard at Westminster Theatre (Point Loma) opens its 2016 Season with Stephen Sondheim’s Tony award-winning musical comedy Company playing at Westminster Theatre in July, 2016. Company’s plot revolves around Robert, a 35-year-old-turning bachelor who is unable to commit fully to a steady relationship, let alone marriage. A series of vignettes follows five couples who are his best friends, as well as his relationships with his three girlfriends. Each scene, in its quirky and hilarious way, increasingly inspires Bobby to tie the knot before it’s too late. Having accumulated 17 Tony awards during multiple Broadway runs since opening in 1970, Company was one of the first musicals to deal with adult themes and relationships, focusing on dating and marriage in New York City, and features the songs Being Alive, Side By Side, Ladies Who Lunch, Not Getting Married Today and Company.
Bring your own dairy lunch and discuss the week’s parasha with Rabbi Earne.