All proceeds from Hope So Bright’s first annual 5K ADHD run/walk will go to programs and services that support children with ADHD. It is CEO/founder Linda Sanders’ goal to bring the ADHD community together as one voice to urge the private sector and the government to listen to her concerns and take action in addressing the urgency for change and alternative treatments to prescription medication for those who suffer with ADHD.
7:30 am – Check-in and registration
8:45 am – Opening ceremony
9:00 am – Hero Runners begin
9:15 am – Hero Walkers begin
Join Hazon for a 25-mile community bike ride on Sunday January 15. Meet by the Trader Joe’s at Pacific Highlands Ranch Village shopping center in Carmel Valley for an intermediate-level ride that will go through Camino Del Sur and Fairbanks Ranch area. Cyclists will meet at 8:30 am and leave at 9:00. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and to RSVP.
This unique event is the LARGEST one-stop shopping source in Southern California for your upcoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah or Jewish event. Book your Caterer, DJ, Photographer, Entertainment, Venue, Invitations, and countless other vendors you will need for your special day!
The Old Globe would like to invite friends, Romans, countrymen—all of San Diego, in fact—to join us in celebrating our resident playwright William Shakespeare’s birthday with Happy Birthday, Mr. Shakespeare! on Saturday, April 22, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on the Globe’s campus in Balboa Park. The Bard’s birthday—his 453rd!—is a fitting and festive reason to recognize his countless contributions to arts and culture around the world. This exciting day of family activities is free and open to the public as part of the Globe’s ongoing commitment to programs that serve all of San Diego County. Don your best doublet and ruff—or come as you are. And did we mention cake?!
More than 60 volunteers will don their aprons at the patriotically-decorated Father Joe’s Villages to serve a festive summer meal to more than 500 people experiencing homelessness, including residents at the nonprofit and people visiting its public lunch line.