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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

* Ultimate Dog Lovers EventUltimate Dog Lovers Event

Time: 9:00 am

The Ultimate Dog Lovers Family Fun Event That Increases Dog and Cat Adoption Countywide. Enjoy Yummy Eats, Music and Special Guests. Canines and their Peeps can Shop for Unique Pet Products and Much More. YOU might even find you new (BFF) Best Furry Friend! In San Diego, SATURDAY JULY 12, 2014 – 9AM to 4PM - Liberty Station/NTC Preble Field 2455 Cushing Road 92106. In Los Angeles, SUNDAY JULY 20, 2014 – 11AM to 5PM -Westfield Century City Mall-10250 Santa Monica Bl. 90067. Become a Sponsor, Vendor or Volunteer Today. Contact: www.doggiestreetfestival.org www.facebook.com/doggiestreetfestival

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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.

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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.

* 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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* 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.

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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.

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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.

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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 in Bloom - Spanish VillageArt in Bloom - Spanish Village

Time: 4:00 pm

Join the artists of Spanish Village Art Center for the Grand Opening Reception of 2014. Original art works in various media displayed alongside fresh flower interpretations.

* Courtyard Casual ShabbatCourtyard Casual Shabbat

Time: 6:00 pm

Courtyard Casual Shabbat with Temple Solel Shabbat Unplugged Band Desription: Friday, July 4, July 11 & July 18 Join us in the courtyard for a casual and musical Shabbat led by Cantor Tiep and our Temple Solel Unplugged band. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to this casual Shabbat service. Class Info: Days: Friday Time: 6:00 pm Jul 4 - Jul 18, 2014 Tuition: FREE Site: Temple Solel 3575 Manchester Ave. Cardiff by the Sea, CA 92007 For More Information: templesolel.net Telephone: (760) 436-0654

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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.

* 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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* 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.

* Rally for Israel! in Doyle ParRally for Israel! in Doyle Par

Time: 3:00 pm

Join the San Diego Jewish Community in Standing with Israel! Music | Speakers | Leaders | Love Family-Friendly Positive Rally to Show Solidarity with Israel Signs and Flags will be Provided Wear White and Blue to Show your Support Security Provided

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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.

* 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.

* Stories from the Front Line Stories from the Front Line

Time: 6:30 pm

The ADL of San Diego presents! Featured Speakers include Chief Superintendent, Eitan Menashe, Sgt Major Ronit Tubul, Gideo Avrami. Registration is free

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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.

* 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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* 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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* 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.

* Creative Nights at the LuxCreative Nights at the Lux

Time: 6:30 pm

The summer is heating up at Lux! Glass blowing, welding, wire sculpting, and other art-making will take over the studios while the garden is filled with the music of Tolan Shaw opening for Brothers Grim (Joshua and Jeremiah Zimmerman of The Silent Comedy). Add dinner and drinks from Bull Taco, Stone Brewery, Barefoot Wine, and Kill Devil Spirits and it's a party! Tours of Lux artist-in-residence Beverly Penn's exhibition of delicate bronze nature sculptures will be happening up in the Artist Pavilion along with a trunk show in the Lux Store. Kimberly Anderson from The Dainty Lion will be there arranging beautiful bouquets for Ashley Kim's ceramic vessels. The show will also feature handcrafted jewelry by Erin Fader, Kelly Mallaby, Elena Miller, and Tammy Spencer, along with ceramics by Richard Burkett

* Kick Off: SD Jewish Book FairKick Off: SD Jewish Book Fair

Time: 7:00 pm

Kick off! Desription: We'll kick off our 20th annual Book Fair with one of our favorite authors: Daniel Silva! He'll share insights into his newest Gabriel Allon book, The Heist. Own the book before anyone else - and get it signed! Gabriel Allon, art restorer and occasional spy, searches for a stolen masterpiece by Caravaggio in #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva's latest action-packed tale of high stakes international intrigue. Sometimes the best way to find a stolen masterpiece is to steal another one . . . Master novelist Daniel Silva has thrilled readers with sixteen thoughtful and gripping spy novels featuring a diverse cast of compelling characters and ingenious plots that have taken them around the globe and back - from the United States to Europe, Russia to the Middle East. His brilliant creation, Gabriel Allon - art restorer, assassin, spy - has joined the pantheon of great fictional secret agents, including George Smiley, Jack Ryan, Jason Bourne, and Simon Templar. Tuition: Tickets: ; JCC Member Price: Ticket price includes a copy of the book.

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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.

* 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.

* Shabbat at Moonlit BeachShabbat at Moonlit Beach

Time: 6:00 pm

Bring a picnic meal for your family and join Temple Solel for an inspiring service and dinner on the beach. Don't forget blankets, sweaters, beach chairs and anything else you need to be comfortable. Class Info: Days: Friday Time: 6:00 pm Jul 25, 2014 Tuition: FREE Site: Moonlight Beach, Encinitas Directions to Moonlight Beach: Exit the 5 freeway at Encinitas Blvd, and then turn west. For More Information: templesolel.net Telephone: (760) 436-0654 Notes: Open to the public.

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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.

* Beyond the Red TentBeyond the Red Tent

Time: 1:30 pm

At the Leichtag ranch in Encinitas. For more information, contact: Director@WatersOfEdenSD.org

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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.

* Book Signing at WarwicksBook Signing at Warwicks

Time: 12:00 pm

DANGEROUS FRIENDSHIP by Ben Kamin. Warwick's in La Jolla on Sunday, July 27. The book is about Martin Luther King's closest white friend (a member of the Communist Party-USA) is included within this link. This book is being made into a movie and you're already invited to the Hollywood opening (someday).

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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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