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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Women's Wkend Summer SocialWomen's Wkend Summer Social

Time: 1:00 pm

Join Camp Mountain Chai's Women's Weekend Attendees for an afternoon of fun, food, friendship and more! Learn about our upcoming weekend (October 24-26), connect and reconnect with others, and take an optional tour of The Ranch! RSVP via the link for this lunch. RSVP by July 28. Kosher lunch will be provided by Felicia G Catering. donation requested. RSVP by July 28.

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* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Yoga at the RanchYoga at the Ranch

Time: 10:15 am

Image a class where you can infuse Jewish concepts & wisdom along with spirituality – Challenge yourself to stretch and grow strong in body, mind & spirit – Women, men, students & retirees join together as Yoga takes us from constriction to expansion. In keeping with Waters of Eden’s dedication to the idea of water as the most essential and transformative of liquids, water imagery and/or a water medidation will be part of each session. Lee Fowler Schwimmer will be our teacher. Lee has offered multi-level yoga at gyms throughout San Diego. Her unique blend of Yoga and Jewish Wisdom has been offered at retreats and synagogues throughout Southern California. She trained with Diane Bloomfield, author of Torah Yoga, and Rabbi Myriam Klotz, Director of Yoga and Embodied Practices at the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. 14, 21, 28.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Carlsbad Village Art Tour/FestCarlsbad Village Art Tour/Fest

CARLSBAD VILLAGE ASSOCIATION HOLDS ITS FIRST MURAL TOUR See And Hear What The Village's Walls Are Saying During Mural Walking Tour The Carlsbad Village Association (CVA) brings us its first Village Mural Tour on Aug. 9, a kick-off to its Art in the Village festival on Aug. 10. Attendees will take a visual journey of the Village’s rich culture and artistic talent through the lens of a half dozen murals. From large, playful pieces seen from the center of the Village, to hidden works adorning alley walls, the mural tour will tell the tales behind the art, including the people, places and artists themselves. The tour will be led by a partnership between the Carlsbad Village Association and New Village Arts, the Village’s award-winning professional theatre and arts company that has sponsored four of the murals. The hour-long walking tour will visit six of the Village’s most notable murals, beginning at the Village’s newest mural, “The Robot” by local artist Jason Markow at the corner of State St. and Carlsbad Village Dr. The tour will end at Michael Summers’ “Cat Nap,” which covers one entire side of Witch Creek Winery. Attendees are encouraged to join the tour leaders and participating artists for a glass of wine at Witch Creek Winery immediately following the tour. The free Village Mural Tour will take place on Aug. 9 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., followed by an artist meet and greet wine reception at Witch Creek Winery from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The tour will meet and kick-off promptly at 6 p.m. at CHOICE Juicery located at 430 Carlsbad Village Drive. Mural tour participants must RSVP to cva@thenthelement.com to confirm attendance. Please visit www.carlsbad-village.com/do/village-mural-tour for more information.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Food Justice Films @The RanchFood Justice Films @The Ranch

Time: 5:00 pm

"Forks Over Knives," the first in the Food Justice Films at the Ranch series, examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods

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* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Yoga at the RanchYoga at the Ranch

Time: 10:15 am

Image a class where you can infuse Jewish concepts & wisdom along with spirituality – Challenge yourself to stretch and grow strong in body, mind & spirit – Women, men, students & retirees join together as Yoga takes us from constriction to expansion. In keeping with Waters of Eden’s dedication to the idea of water as the most essential and transformative of liquids, water imagery and/or a water medidation will be part of each session. Lee Fowler Schwimmer will be our teacher. Lee has offered multi-level yoga at gyms throughout San Diego. Her unique blend of Yoga and Jewish Wisdom has been offered at retreats and synagogues throughout Southern California. She trained with Diane Bloomfield, author of Torah Yoga, and Rabbi Myriam Klotz, Director of Yoga and Embodied Practices at the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. 14, 21, 28.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Tarbuton presents "25"Tarbuton presents "25"

Time: 10:08 am

25” a dramatic comedy play from Israel. IN HEBREW. August 13, Doors open 7:00 p.m. Show 7:30. Q&A 8:30. Location: Del Mar @AMN Healthcare 12400 High Bluff Drive, San Diego CA 92130. ?25? shows us three children growing up in a small moshav in Israel. They deal with the love and disappointment associated with being an Israeli in Israel. Through Israeli games, the three embody skillfully and in a funny way the history of their Moshav, using spectacular movement, bringing the set alive. The show has been performed in several festivals in Israel and was endorsed by Habima Theatre. Written by Maor Zaguri, who graduated from the School of Theater Arts at Kibbutzim College, Zaguri is best known for his popular Television series in Israel called Zaguri Imperia.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Chula Vista HarborFestChula Vista HarborFest

This year’s Chula Vista HarborFest offers everything you could possibly want at a FREE, family-friendly celebration, taking place on Saturday, August 16th, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. in beautiful Bayside Park at the Chula Vista Marina. Free to the public, this year’s waterfront festival will feature four performance stages, engaging educational exhibits with interactive programs offered by the Living Coast Discovery Center, historic seafaring vessels, exciting water activities, fishing, unique automobiles and wooden boats, beautiful art displays, an awesome Youth Zone, a Sustainable SeafoodFest, and Baja Wine & Spirits Garden! This is guaranteed to be an amazing day for adults and kids alike so mark your calendars now and we hope to see you there! Attached is the press release for further information.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Temple Etz Rimon Open HouseTemple Etz Rimon Open House

Time: 1:30 pm

2020 Chestnut Avenue • Carlsbad • 92008 • tel:760.929.9503 • templeetzrimon.org Food, festivities, live music and fun for all ages! Temple Etz Rimon, a Reform synagogue in the heart of Coastal North County, is celebrating another fantastic year through our annual open house event. All are welcome to stop by and enjoy the food, the fun activities for all ages and fabulous live music. Meet our rabbi and members in an informal relaxed atmosphere. Learn more about our life-long learning programs, sisterhood and brotherhood events, youth group and children's education programs...including our weekday pre-K program! See for yourself why Temple Etz Rimon is a truly unique close- knit Reform Jewish community experience. RSVP is appreciated. For more information, please call (760)929-9503 or email us at info@templeetxrimon.org

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* Sukkah design contest Sukkah design contest

Encinitas’ Leichtag Foundation announces launch of the Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition; design submissions begin July 2; deadline is August 18. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been built during the Jewish harvest of Sukkot since biblical times. Design submissions are being accepted now through August 18. A panel of celebrated architects, designers, and critics will select three finalists from the pool of submissions to be constructed by volunteers in a visionary village at The Ranch, located at 441 Saxony Road in Encinitas, Calif., on October 5, 2014. The three structures will serve as center stage for a weeklong celebration of Sukkot at the Ranch from October 8-17, 2014. The Sukkah is traditionally erected for one week each autumn to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, in celebration and gratitude of the harvest. It is customary, within the impermanent walls of the Sukkah, to share meals, entertain, and rejoice.

* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Yoga at the RanchYoga at the Ranch

Time: 10:15 am

Image a class where you can infuse Jewish concepts & wisdom along with spirituality – Challenge yourself to stretch and grow strong in body, mind & spirit – Women, men, students & retirees join together as Yoga takes us from constriction to expansion. In keeping with Waters of Eden’s dedication to the idea of water as the most essential and transformative of liquids, water imagery and/or a water medidation will be part of each session. Lee Fowler Schwimmer will be our teacher. Lee has offered multi-level yoga at gyms throughout San Diego. Her unique blend of Yoga and Jewish Wisdom has been offered at retreats and synagogues throughout Southern California. She trained with Diane Bloomfield, author of Torah Yoga, and Rabbi Myriam Klotz, Director of Yoga and Embodied Practices at the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. 14, 21, 28.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Overcome depression & bipolarOvercome depression & bipolar

Time: 5:30 pm

4 Things I Learnt From 4,000+ People who Overcame Depression and Bipolar, with keynote speaker, Graeme Cowan. Sponsor: International Bipolar Foundation Location: Janssen R&D, LLC 3210 Merryfield Row San Diego, CA 92121 Event and Parking are free

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Beth Israel Men's Club ForumBeth Israel Men's Club Forum

Time: 6:30 pm

Beth Israel of San Diego’s August 2014 Men’s Club Dinner Forum speaker, Rabbi Michael Berk. Rabbi Berk is Beth Israel’s Senior Rabbi.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

* Rosh Chodesh w Waters of EdenRosh Chodesh w Waters of Eden

Time: 7:00 pm

Rosh Chodesh Celebration – Preparation for Elul: What to Retain, What to Replace, and How to Decide [an event for women] Rabbi Yael Ridberg will lead participants in a brief, contemplative Meditation Circle followed by a discussion. A donation of per person for this event is appreciated. Make check payable to Waters of Eden and send to: Waters of Eden, 441 Saxony Road, Encinitas, California 92024 For more information or to pay by credit card, please contact: Director@WatersOfEdenSD.org or 760.212.8033

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

* Yoga in the Garden - LuxYoga in the Garden - Lux

Time: 10:00 am

Yoga In The Garden Saturdays beginning July 19, 10-11am Stretch your body and mind with yoga in the garden every Saturday. Savasana in the sun will be followed by meditation in the studio applying the practice of mindfulness to looking at the delicate bronze sculptures of artist-in-residence Beverly Penn. for members, for non-members. Online registration preferred.

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* Art of FantasiaArt of Fantasia

From July 26 - September 7, 2014, California Center for the Arts, Escondido debuts a very special museum exhibition, The Art of Fantasia and Other Disney Classics: The David Yaruss Collection. The unprecedented collection includes more than 250 original Disney animation cels, concept sketches, painted backgrounds and storyboard drawings featuring beloved Disney characters such as Pinocchio, Snow White, Peter Pan and Mickey Mouse. These masterpieces from the Golden Age of Animation are shared by local San Diego collector, David Yaruss, whose passion for collecting was first ignited in 1975 at one of the first Comic-Cons, held in the basement of the El Cortez hotel. Yaruss is available for interviews, and hi-res JPGs of select works in his collection are available upon request. During exhibitions, the Museum at the Center is open Thursdays - Saturdays (10 am - 4 pm), and Sundays (1 pm - 4 pm). Tickets are ; members and children under 12 get in free. Senior (60+), military and student discounts are available. For additional ticket information, the public can call (760) 839-4138 or visit: artcenter.org.

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