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Home Start, Inc., a nonprofit child abuse prevention and treatment agency that has strengthened and developed San Diego’s families and communities since 1972, will hold its 12th Annual Hallo-Wine Fall Festival on Saturday, October 19, 2019, from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Historic Burnham House, located at 3565 7th Ave, San Diego, CA 92103.
Held each October in recognition of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Home Start’s Hallo-Wine Fall Festival raises funds for the organization’s programs that provide critical assistance to vulnerable children and families in San Diego. Event guests can savor a variety of boutique wines, hand-crafted beers, small-batch spirits, and gourmet hors d’oeuvres while enjoying live entertainment, a silent auction and many more fun surprises.
Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available. Early bird tickets cost $50 until Tuesday, October 1, 2019. Sponsorship opportunities begin at $300. Registration closes on Friday, October 18, 2019. For more information and to register, please visit www.hallowine.org.
Learn how to create folded and sewn books from visiting artist Joanne Steinhardt. A $38 fee will fund participants’ art materials.
Families are invited to come celebrate with Sukkot activities, snacks, and an Abby & TJ Bubble Show.
The “Pleasure of Your Company” music series sponsored by the Scripps Ranch Friends of the Library welcomes back Trio Arpavioluta at the informal and intimate setting of the Scripps Miramar Ranch Library Center. Comprised of flutist Cathy Blickenstaff, harpist Laura Vaughan, and violinist Päivikki Nykter, the musical heritage of these three artists is immediately apparent in their music and rapport. The trio, which has delighted audiences with their performances since 2010, will present a program featuring works by composers ranging from Telemann and Donizetti to Ibert and Cui.
In honor of its 30th anniversary, the San Diego Convention Center will unveil an interactive art exhibit. The team at the Convention Center is creating this pop-up art exhibit in order to lift the roof off the iconic building and show the community how the people behind-the-scenes have been bringing the building to life in the heart of San Diego for three decades.
Beth Israel’s campus brings Jerusalem to San Diego. The theme of the buildings can be summed up as community, connectedness, and holiness through its connection with Jerusalem. The architect and his team felt it was very important to preserve the past while building the future. They spent time in Jerusalem, studying how to bring the feel of the holy city to San Diego.
Enjoy this fascinating, behind-the-scenes tour that reveals little-known facts about Beth Israel’s campus and takes the mystery out of the ritual items found in the sanctuary.
Take part in a behind-the-scenes tour that reveals little-known facts about Beth Israel’s campus and takes the mystery out of the ritual items found in the sanctuary.