EXPO DAY features interactive demonstrations, hands-on activities and dynamic speakers to engage kids, adults and families in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. Last year, 24,000 children, parents and STEM enthusiasts attended EXPO Day.
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!
Widely popular, and appealing to all ages, Time for Three joins Classics 4 Kids’ professional orchestra, The Classics Philharmonic, and Conductor Dana Zimbric in this special benefit concert to support music education in San Diego County.
Help fight hunger in San Diego by participating in the Empty Bowls Fundraiser at Coronado High School! Coronado High School ceramics students have been making over a thousand bowls for the past two months for the annual fundraiser.
For the 2017 Children’s Charity Gala: Pioneering the Future presented by Witt Lincoln, Father Joe’s Villages celebrates its history of innovation and explores how it will continue to uphold that tradition. The captivating event will feature dinner, dancing and a silent auction at the historic US Grant and raise money for Father Joe’s Villages’ therapeutic childcare programs for children ages 0 to 12.
Game Masters showcases the work of the world’s best video game designers, from the arcade era to today’s console and online games. The work of more than 30 designers who have made a significant impact in the field is explored through rare concept artwork, newly commissioned interviews and interactive digital displays-as well as more than 100 playable games. This is the first large-scale exhibition to take visitors behind the scenes of how video games are made as well as spotlighting the people who actually make them. At the Fleet Science Center from July 1, 2017, to January 15, 2018.
Some people think video games are only good for mindless entertainment, but technology developed in the gaming industry is being used for everything from brain research to drug development to innovative therapies for stroke patients. On select Thursdays of every month the Fleet invites local scientists, researchers and engineers to talk about how video game technology is helping them find imaginative solutions to the world’s challenges.