concerts are free w/track admission ($6) for all fans who arrive before the last race, it’s $20 afterwards), Party in the Paddock 2-6 p.m. (every Friday, half off all signature drinks and two tall cans for $12)
Bring your appetite for the tastiest food on wheels when the 7th annual Gourmet Food Truck Festival comes to Del Mar. Enjoy a variety of some of the hottest eats in Southern California as 40 food trucks are expected, all in one location, with gourmet chefs serving their eclectic bests at super prices.
Join us to hear the newest, most groundbreaking discoveries in Alzheimer’s and dementia research from the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London, England.
Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a Western-style BBQ, casino, rodeo, live entertainment and a boot-scoot’n live band. Kick up your heels while raising money for youth scholarships, and the historical preservation of San Diego’s own Little Italy. Grab your favorite jeans, boots and “bling” and head on over Amici Park in Little Italy to celebrate.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, The Great American Eclipse will occur in San Diego. We’ll be hosting multiple events at the Fleet Science Center that morning and would love to have you come join us! We’ll also be hosting a number of different run up events and have our resident astronomer, Dr. Lisa Will, available for interview in the days and weeks leading up to the actual event as well.
The eclipse will be visible from 9:07 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. on August 21. It will reach its maximum point of eclipse in San Diego at 10:23 a.m. Totality will be visible from other parts of the country, but in San Diego we will only see a partial eclipse. We won’t see another solar eclipse until 2023, so don’t miss this one!
Let’s get dusty! We will depart at 9:20 am sharp via carpool to our hike & return in time for religious school pick up at 11:15am. Please RSVP by Feb. 8.
The Lawrence Family JCC will screen the short documentary, Vaden Versus, followed by a motivational program including a question and answer session with “The Ultimate” Vaden, himself.
Vaden’s story goes from triumph to tragedy back to triumph again. In a 1999 title fight, the world champion boxer knocked out Stephan Johnson. While Vaden knew his opponent was hurt, he had no idea he would die 15 days later. Wracked with guilt, the San Diego native was forced to deal with the consequences of his victory. Admits Vaden, “I’ve been in very dark places, almost forgetting how to live. But,” he continues, “I got back in the ring, worked through fear and guilt and learned how to breathe again.”