May 11, 2019 8:00 AM

The Explorer Program provides enrichment opportunities to all student in Cajon Valley Union School District, while recovering one day of excused or unexcused absences. The Saturday Explorer Program provides multiple options to meet the needs and interests of each child whether it is through coding, art, engineering makerspace/woodshop and other exciting offerings. This program is available to all students in grades 1st to 8th. All students currently enrolled in the Cajon Valley Union School District are eligible to join us on Best Saturday Ever.    Hours: 8am - 12:30pm (Lunch Included)   Dates: 10/6/2018, 11/3/2018, 12/1/2018, 1/26/2019, 2/23/2019, 3/9/2019, 4/6/2019*, 5/11/2019   PLEASE REGISTER FOR ONE (1) CLASS PER SATURDAY PER STUDENT. DUPLICATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE DELETED.  STUDENTS REGISTERD FOR CODING, PLEASE BRING YOUR CHROMEBOOK.  * Our April 6th Explorer, will be at Greenfield Middle School to celebrate our district’s TEDx event. Greenfield Middle School - 1495 Greenfield Dr, El Cajon, CA 92021

Mar 23, 2019 6:00 PM

Art Exhibit: "Goddess"Opening Reception Saturday, March 23rd from 6 pm to 9 pmExhibit runs from March 3rd to March 31st.Description:The image of the goddess has been a muse for cultures across the globe. Brought to life through art, music, poetry, and literature, the concept of the goddess inspires us with beauty, seduction, youth, femininity, life, love...This exhibit invites you to share your artistic interpretation of the divine feminine. Whether it is the goddess within or the ones we see in the world around us, we will honor her as a creator, as a symbol of nature and creativity, and as a model of peaceful coexistence. This exhibit is not limited to female artists but rather honors the feminine in our mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends. All forms of art are on display including paintings, sculptures & photography.Join us at the Opening Reception to meet the artists, enjoy live art, live music & good art to take home.This event is FREE to the public.Artlife Gallery720 C S Allied Way. Plaza El Segundo. CA 90245(310)938-2511

Apr 19, 2019 9:00 PM

We are thrilled to welcome Kimmortal + Uschi Tala to Victoria to celebrate the release of their new albums. // KIMMORTAL BC: WEB: Kim Villagante (she/they), also known as Kimmortal is a queer filipinx second generation settler based on unceded, unsurrendered Coast Salish Territories also known as Vancouver, BC, Canada. Primarily known as an emcee and singer-songwriter Kimmortal takes a multi faceted approach to music. During her undergrad at ubc in Visual arts and Art History, Kim would perform at as many open mics as she could throughout the city and campus. Since then she has incorporated song, visual art, and collaborated with dancers in her poetic sets. Kimmortal is influenced by her journey learning about love, ancestry, and resistance. Some of their highlights include: being featured on CBC's show Exhibitionists, the Queer Women of Colour festival (San Francisco), Kultura FIlipino Arts Festival (Toronto), Junofest 2018 (Vancouver) SXSW (Austin, TX), and Rifflandia. Kimmortal has recently collaborated with local bipoc dance and fashion collective Immigrant Lessons in a new developing theatre/dance/music production called “X marks the Movement” which debuted excerpts at Push festival 2019. Kim has opened up for her favourite artists Ruby Ibarra, Saba, Shad K, and Saul Williams. Just this past year, Kimmortal's "I'm Blue" made it to top 20 music videos in the country via CBC. Aside from music, Kimmortal is a community youth facilitator leading workshops that discuss migration, anti-oppression, and creative resistance with Access to Media Education society and Reframing Relations created by Ostwelve. Kimmortal loves karaoke, potlucks, laughing, and queer love. Their much anticipated album will be released March 29 with an album celebration on March 14 at Fox Cabaret in Vancouver. // USCHI TALA BC: SC: WEB: A self taught multi instrumentalist and poet, Uschi Tala draws inspiration from the elements the underworld and the light found within darkness. Wielding a loop pedal, beat machine and various instruments, she creates ambient soundscapes that dance along hauntingly serene vocals and rhythmic rhymes. Uschi's music has been described as tragically beautiful, otherworldly and pure magic. Her lyrics embody an ocean of healing and encourage others to sea the radiance in themselves as well as the bigger picture. She will ground your spirit, and raise your heart into etherial worlds of the in between. // With Guests // Victoria Event Centre (1415 Broad St.) Friday, April 19th Doors 9pm $15 advance (online only) / $20 door 19+ // Accessibility info: - The VEC is centrally located downtown and there are numerous bus stops nearby. Transit info (including distances from bus stop to venue) can be seen via google maps - Parking map of downtown available here. Map of reserved parking for people with BC Disability Parking Permit can be found here. Unfortunately our elevator is out of commission, so the only way into the VEC is up 27 wood stairs, 11″ deep, 6″ high. There are wooden 2.5” handrails 38” up the wall on each side of the staircase (54” apart, so not graspable on both sides at once). See further details in ‘Getting Inside’ below. - There are three multi-user, gender-inclusive bathrooms with stalls. One bathroom has a larger stall with its own sink and a grab bar (more details in the ‘Bathrooms’ section below) - As fragrances can be harmful for folks with respiratory problems and chemical sensitivities, we encourage people to avoid wearing/using scented products, including essential oils or other natural scents. However, while we’re working to reduce scents at the VEC, it’s not a scent-free space (see details in ‘Scent’ section). - Updates here: Please approach one of the show organizers if you feel unsafe or uncomfortable by any behaviour at the show. This event will take place on unceded Coast Salish Territories, specifically of the Lekwungen and WSÁNEĆ peoples. As we focus on building artistic and cultural bridges, we acknowledge the rich cultural history of the many peoples and rituals that have been affected by the ongoing process of dispossession and colonialism. We hold this understanding in our interactions and engagements with this land and its people.

Apr 20, 2019 9:00 PM

Saturday April 20th, 2019 Ritual Veil (Portland) Kontravoid (Toronto) Mannequin (Carlsbad) The Passengers (San Diego)Live at SPACEPresented byDj Disorder and Dj Fn121+ || $8 Presale || $10 Day of Event at Door || 9pmSPACE3519 El Cajon BlvdSan Diego, Ca92104

Feb 02, 2019 1:00 PM

"Judges Insights For Competition" (Members Examples) The San Diego Photoshop Users group first meeting of 2019 is Saturday, February 2nd from 1pm - 4pm. We meet at: Platt College (Near San Diego State) 6250 El Cajon Blvd (Next to San Diego State University) San Diego, CA 92115. ___________________________________________________________________________ This meeting is dedicated to the San Diego County Fair's, International Photo and Digital Arts Exhibition.  Attendance is free! For the first half of the meeting the judges will discuss what they look for in a competition quality images and prints. They will also answer any of your questions on the various categories. The coordinator Gene Wilde and his assistant coordinator Lois Fong-Sakai will be present. The other half of the meeting will be dry run judging of members who submit their work as Jpeg images where you will view them on the screen. Be a part of this experience and submit two Jpegs with dimensions around 1600 x 1200 pixels of what you feel are your best images to [email protected] Title them with your name followed by and underscore and title. For example "stephen burns_digital ecstasy".  Looking forward to see you this Saturday.

Mar 23, 2019 7:30 PM

Devotional The Depeche MODE Experiencefeaturing frontman DEVOTIONAL DAVE / Freddie Moralesbringing the ULTRA 80's LIVE tribute to Icons Depeche Mode with special guest Wild Mood Swings / 80's covers on Sat March 23, 2019 - Get your dance shoes ready and let us celebrate the music of Depeche Mode with Devotional The Depeche Mode Experience from Hollywood Ca. Devotional The Depeche MODE ExperienceDevotional The Depeche MODE Experience from Hollywood Ca was formed Jan 2018 featuring former STRANGELOVE frontman/founder vocalist Freddie Morales ending 8 years of Moding with Strangelove tribute to Depeche Mode on Jan 2018 - Hollywood based DEVOTIONAL -The Depeche Mode Experience delivers a career spanning, pitch perfect “best of” concert that transports the listener through time and touches on several key points in Depeche Mode’s illustrious career. Songs from throughout the Depeche canon are lovingly recreated; from favorites on DM’s debut Speak and Spell to the newest fare from ‘Mode’s latest- 2017’s “Spirit”. DEVOTIONAL’s presentation includes a visual show with stage set pieces and in-show costume changes reflect different eras of Depeche Mode’s story; which spans almost four decades! Devotional Dave has been featured as the World’s Greatest Tribute Bands on AXS TV 2nd session performed to a packed house at the famous The ROXY on sunset strip Sept 16th 2013 - Martin Gore of Depeche Mode has seen youtube videos and as mentioned Devotional on several interviews about tribute bands “Your singer, Freddie Morales really has Dave’s mannerisms down! DEVOTIONAL –The Depeche Mode Experience from HOLLYWOOD brings a thoroughly enjoyable and staggeringly authentic DM concert to concertgoers, and connects with international audiences, wherever Devotional DAVE performs. 21/Over - Doors 8PM - Show 9PM - DJ PFM MIX from Sounds a La Mode / $15.00 Day of Event - $10.00 Presale MONDAY JAN 21 - Get Your dose with us @ULTRA Tributes. Til Two Club4746 El Cajon blvdSan Diego, California

Apr 10, 2019 7:00 PM

Learn 5 songs and 5 rhythms from around the world and how to sing and drum at the same time. Get expressive with your drum and voice, learn to improvise, and cut loose. It is intoxicating to sing and drum in community. Joy!! Learn a style of trance drumming where you open and fill/close Middle Eastern rhythms as well as West African polyrhythms. We will learn 2/4, 4/4 and 6/8 rhythms. We will sing songs from around the world, including a few in harmony. All levels including absolute beginners welcome. You will need to bring a djembe, doumbek, or cajon. 10 Wednesdays April 10-June 12, 7:30-9pmTerra's Temple, 3051 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA $333 early bird by April 1, $360 afterwards. For more information and to register: Amber Field was featured in San Francisco Magazine's Best of the Bay for yoga music. They have performed and taught at SF Jazz, Wanderlust, Esalen, Hollyhock, SF International Arts Festival, and more. Amber specializes in world fusion music and delights in helping free people's voices and rhythm. Testimonials: “They break down rhythm in a way that makes it incredibly tangible for a total beginner to percussion. And then they teach you to integrate your voice while drumming! An awesome teacher.” –Jai S “Amber’s class – Free Your Voice while Drumming – was outstanding. Amber is a superb teacher who makes learning drum polyrhythms accessible and fun. Our class became tight after just a few classes together, and we found ourselves doing things we didn’t think possible (and we’re not all musicians or singers – this is due to the way Amber sets up the songs and rhythms with varying levels of challenge, and always encourages us with heart and a smile). It’s more than just the rhythms, the forming of a meaningful group in a short time – it’s really a magical experience that has liberated new possibilities in my music and my being.” Lisa F “I recommend this class! Amber created a supportive space for learning, stretching, listening, and curiosity. I haven’t grown up with much variety in rhythms and it’s fun to realize there is more to life than a 4×4 rhythm ;). I appreciate how you’re able to create a community while at the same time encourage the individual within it.”–Lucy A For other testimonials: FAQs   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Plenty of street parking, 1 block from Ashby BART.    What can I bring into the event? Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring a water bottle and your drum.    What's the refund policy? No refunds. Class series can be transferred to other courses in the case of an emergency

Apr 12, 2019 9:00 PM

Sonido Clash presents: Selenabration! Oakland Edition Come and baila esta cumbia for the Sonido Clash Selenabration Tribute Party in Oakland! We celebrate the music, life, and legacy of Selena Quintanilla-Pérez through live music, DJs, live art, Selena look-alike contest, vendors, food, y más!  1255 7th St | Oakland, CA | 21+  Presenting... Official Selena setPrincipe Q (Corpus Christi) Live Music Selena Set byMariposas Del Alma (Bay Area) Selena impersonatorDanny Show (SJ) Official HostFELA KUTCHii (Oak) + Ray Reck (Oak) + El Kool Kyle (Oak) + Sonido Clash DJs This is a 21+ event Please bring valid ID and physical or electronic ticket. All tickets are final. There will be no refunds unless arranged with promotor.  There will be food sold at the event. This venue is wheelchair accessible. Please contact venue for further details. This was a sold out Oakland event in 2018 More info:www.sonidoclash.comFB:  @sonidoclashsjIG:  @sonidoclashTwitter:  @sonidoclashEmail list: Flyer Design by: Sea Senorita Studios This dance party celebrates the music and life of Selena and is not associated with or endorsed by the estate of Selena Quintanilla or Q Productions

Apr 24, 2019 6:00 PM

The Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles is honored to invite you to become part of our  cinematographic project “Ciclo de Cine Consular” (Consular Movie Club), where we aim to promote international cinema to yours and our local communities. This program is an opportunity to strengthen ties between our communities and to build communication bridges among diverse nations, as well as to manifest each unique expression of art through cinema. The Consulate General of Peru is delighted to present the film "De ollas y sueños"  Synopsis Peru is in the middle of a gastronomic revolution. Your army: miles of cooking students. Their leader: the Peruvian chef Gastón Acurio. Their weapons: centuries of ethnic fusion. In his documentary "De Ollas y Sueños", the well-known Peruvian director Ernesto Cabellos presents a spectacular cuisine of his country and asks: Is it possible that a nation is represented by its cuisine? This documentary document refers to the cuisines of the coast, highlands and jungle of Peru, as well as the Peruvian expatriate communities in Paris, London, Amsterdam and New York in search of answers. Sinopsis (75 min) El Perú está en medio de una revolución gastronómica.                Su ejército: miles de estudiantes de cocina.                Su líder: el chef peruano Gastón Acurio.                Sus armas: siglos de fusión étnica. En su documental "De Ollas y Sueños", el conocido director peruano Ernesto Cabellos, presenta una cocina espectacular de su país y se pregunta: ¿Puede toda una nación estar representada por su cocina? Este documental viaja por las cocinas de la costa, sierra y selva del Perú, así como comunidades de expatriados peruanos en París, Londres, Ámsterdam y Nueva York en busca de respuestas. This event its open and free to all public. There is only STREET PARKING available, there is a couple of public parking places around the block. We recommend the one at 611 S Carondelet St, Los Angeles, CA 90057 ($9 dls flat rate).

Apr 28, 2019 9:00 AM

The Aware Project ( hosts a series of monthly Psychedelic Awareness Salon events in Los Angeles and San Diego. We are creating a connected and educated community that feels passionately about balancing the conversation about psychedelics. All Day Holotropic Breath Workshop facilitated by Veronica MunozAbout Holotropic Breathwork Holotropic Breathwork is a highly experiential, powerful method of self-exploration and healing, that combines fast, deep, and circular breathing, evocative music, focused release bodywork, mandala drawing & group sharing. The emphasis is on creating a safe space in which each participant can enter a expanded state of consciousness, and surrender fully to all the sensations, feelings, energy movement, visions, memories, etc. that can arise during the session.Since its creation in 1976 by the Czech psychiatrist Stanislav Grof, a pioneer of Transpersonal Psychology, and his former wife, Christina, thousands of people world wide have experienced the life changing impact of Holotropic Breathwork; achieving profound and long-lasting change in their lives.The term holotropic means "moving towards wholeness" and it refers to the healing and transformative power of non-ordinary states of consciousness, that strengthen the connection with the intrinsic inner wisdom in each person. Holotropic Breathwork aims to bring the mind and body together in a non-ordinary state of consciousness, which provides more conscious access to buried memories and aspects that may be hidden under ordinary conditions For more information about this work you can explore Stanislav Grof's website.Want to Dip your Toes in First?If you are interested in exploring and learning more about holotropic breathwork before signing up, the Aware Project is hosting a lecture and intro to holotropic breathwork with Veronica on April 10th at 7:00 pm called "Accessing Non-ordinary States through Holotropic Breatwork". Tickets are $15 presale, $20 online. Event Details Here: to Expect Holotropic Breathwork is done in pairs, that will be chosen before the actual breathwork sessions start.  One member of each pair will do the breathwork while their partner acts as sitter (In the second session, the roles are reversed.) The Holotropic Breathwork sessions are done lying on a mat with the eyes close (it is highly recommended to use eyeshades or a blindfold).  The evocative music will last approximately two and a half hours. The breather is asked simply to remain open to whatever kinds of experiences present themselves. This can include, but is not limited to, deeply restful or ecstatic states, vivid reliving of past experiences, release of energy from the body, strong emotions (either pleasant or difficult), spiritual experiences or experiences that seem to come from the collective unconscious or other transpersonal areas of consciousness. Many experiences can arise in the process of this work, but having Breathwork experiences per se, (or any particular experience, such as rebirth or ecstasy) is not the purpose. The goals are wholeness, healing, and wisdom. Experiences are the means to these goals. When the body and mind enter a state of non-ordinary consciousness through controlled breathing, the inner wisdom uses that opportunity to work toward physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing, and developmental change. Holotropic Breathwork operates under the principle that we are our own best healers. Participants in Holotropic Breathwork may see emotionally charged visual images, sense energy moving through their bodies, receive intuitive insights, and clarify troublesome issues in their lives. Often participants report that they relieve accumulated stress, release emotions from old traumas, gain an increased trust in themselves and their bodies, and feel that they have understood and can now transcend old patterns of behavior that have brought unwanted results. Your Holotropic Breath Facilitator Verónica Muñoz is a Holotropic Breathwork (HB) facilitator, certified by the Grof Transpersonal Training (GTT) in 2009. She has experienced HB since 1999, and has facilitated more than 180 HB sessions at workshops, retreats, and GTT training modules in USA, South America (Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil) and Europe (Czech Republic, Germany, Serbia).Verónica worked in Chile for 15 years supporting human resources development as a full-time Organizational Psychologist with a Master in Business Administration. At the same time, she was actively focused in her self-exploration, experimenting with a wide range of healing modalities. With no doubt, HB has been the most powerful tool in this process. Though it, she has embraced inner healing and spiritual awareness. This experience has encouraged her to dedicate her efforts to facilitate that others embark upon their own holotropic journeys in a safe, and supportive setting.Verónica moved to USA in 2013. Currently she hosts Holotropic Breathwork workshops in San Diego, and co-facilitates at HB workshops and retreats in Seattle.  Schedule: Saturday, April 27th 2019, 7:00pm to 8:30pm (introduction talk for registered attendees) Sunday, April 28th 9:00am to 9:00pm (HB experiential sessions)Please aim to arrive at 8:30 to check in and be ready to start at 9:00 am.Location: Julia's Yoga Studio4265 El Cajon blvd, San Diego 92105 What to Bring:-Eyeshades-A yoga matt, pad or cushions to lie comfortably during the breathwork.-A refillable water bottle-Loose, comfortable clothing Water and a light lunch and light dinner will be provided. Snacks will be available. Healthy gluten free and vegan options will be provided.Contribution Early bird Registration (through april 14th): $225 Last Call Registration (through April 28th): $250REGISTER HERE: Once you register, you will be contacted via email with more information and an informed consent form to fillout. Be sure to check the email associated with your eventbrite account and to check spam folders. If you do not receive an email, you can email [email protected] NOTICE: This group is being designed as a secure space. It is not a place to seek, encourage, or participate in the procurement of controlled substances. Do not bring, buy, sell, transfer, or arrive on any illegal substances, or swap information on how to buy them. Members who violate these basic house rules will be removed from the group and will not be allowed to attend future events.

Mar 30, 2019 9:00 PM

TIDES is a party dedicated to showcasing and celebrating the work of women and nonbinary folks working in music, visual art, and other media.Our next event is on Saturday, March 30th at El Rio. Each installment of TIDES features a full lineup of music, as well as a mini-marketplace of visual artists on the back patio. Every event also raises money for a different nonprofit working in women's rights -- with a focus on issues that affect the trans, WOC, and LGBTQ communities -- so a portion of proceeds goes to organizations fighting the good fight. This month we're fundraising for Women's Audio Mission, a Bay Area nonprofit organization that uses music and media and an incredible “carrot” of a training environment – the only professional recording studio in the world built and run by women –  to attract over 2,000 underserved women and girls every year to STEM and creative technology studies that inspire them to amplify their voices and become the innovators of tomorrow. WAM’s award-winning curriculum weaves art and music with science, technology and computer programming and works to close the critical gender gap in creative technology careers.  **** March 30, 20199pm (come check out the art market on the back patio!)$10 | Rear Room  MUSIC Younger Youngest Younger Youngest is a dark-folk/Americana band based in San Francisco, CA. Blending reverb-heavy guitars with smokey vocals, their songs are lyrically driven and delicately crafted. While maintaining a deep reverence for songwriting, their music expands the boundaries of the singer-songwriter genre. Token Girl Token Girl is a lively three-piece ensemble based out of Oakland. Starting in 2016, bandleader Liss Leigh stepped out of her longtime role as a rhythm musician in the pursuit of creative truth through music. Token Girl cooks with a blended recipe of sounds: one part Fleetwood Mac, one part Esperanza Spalding, and a pinch of Paul McCartney. Spirited with passionate original tunes, practiced musicians, and undeniable stage chemistry, Token Girl performs music that leaves audiences feeling revitalized and fuzzy. They could play a five-year-old’s birthday party just as easily as they could play Waynestock. Token Girl, like a pistachio macaroon, is the flavor-filled experience you never knew you always wanted. DJ Cosmic Amanda The founder and manager of the community-supported Mission District radio station, Cosmic Amanda spins the the best in indie and underground music.  ART / MARKET Audra Miller Mama's Botanicals Seaira O'Brien

Jun 29, 2019 5:30 PM

On Saturday, June 29, 2019 the Bonita Museum & Cultural Center (BMCC) will host a special fundraising dinner gala to introduce the exhibition Nuestra Frontera: Our South Bay Families at the Border. This original exhibition presents a fascinating walk through 250 years of San Diego history.   The gala will celebrate the early Californios and ranchos days in the region with the food and music of the 1800's. History will come to life, as actors portraying people in the exhibition delight in the telling of early Alta California stories. During the gala enjoy an opening night preview of the exhibition based on more than 50 oral interviews, 2,000 archival photographs, and census and genealogy records. The exhibit documents the multi-ethnic Spanish-speaking families who have lived in the San Diego-Tijuana region for over eight generations. Visitors to the exhibition will discover families whose ancestors first came as leather jackets with the Portola Expedition in 1769. When Mexico declared independence from Spain, many of these men became prominent Californios who owned vast tracts of land,ranchos, in the South Bay region. Themes in the exhibition include the coming of the railroads and the Mexican Revolution and how it impacted South Bay families. More recently, the exhibition details oral histories about the Mexican Repatriation in the 1930's as well as the excitement in the region during the 1970’s as an epicenter of the Chicano movement. The exhibit will contain photographs as well as interactive displays that bring history to life. The exhibit is curated by Barbara Zaragoza, a freelance writer and local historian who holds a Master’s degree in history from Harvard University. She has written several books, including "San Ysidro and the Tijuana River Valley" as well as "Fronterizos: A History of the Spanish-speaking People of the South Bay, San Diego." The Bonita Museum and Cultural Center is open Wednesday through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free. The museum is located at 4355 Bonita Road in Bonita, California, 91902. The Bonita Museum and Cultural Center is operated by the The Bonita Historical Society and is dedicated to preserving, for public education and enjoyment, the culture, history, arts, crafts, and aesthetic facets of the region, specifically El Rancho de la Nación in South San Diego County. Please check our website for lectures and events associated with the exhibition. _________________________________________________________________ El Bonita Museum and Cultural Center Presenta: Nuestra Frontera: Nuestras Familias de South Bay en la Frontera. Fechas de exposición: Junio 29 a agosto 24, 2019 La exposición presenta una experiencia fascinante por 250 años de la historia de San Diego, basada en más de 50 entrevistas orales, 2,000 fotografías de archivos, censos y datos genealógicos. La exposición documenta la gente multiétnica y familias que vivieron en la región de South Bay y San Diego-Tijuana. Los visitantes de la exposición descubrirán familias de ancestros que llegaron al South Bay en el siglo 17 durante la expedición de Portola tanto como familias de la zona quienes ancestros pertenecieron de ranchos enormes de la comarca durante principios del período de los Californios. Los temas de la exposición incluyen la introducción del ferrocarril y la Revolución Mexicana y el impacto a las familias del South Bay. La exposición detalla historias orales de la repatriación Mexicana de 1930 tanto como la pasión en la región durante los años 70 con el Movimiento Chicano en el epicentro. La exposición tendrá fotografías y presentaciones multimedia que muestran una historia viva. La exposición está curado por Barbara Zaragoza, una escritora independiente e historiadora local con la Maestría en Historia de Harvard. Ha escrito muchos libros que incluyen “ San Ysidro and the Tijuana River Valley” y “ Fronterizos: A History of the Spanish-Speaking People of the South Bay, San Diego.” El Museo Bonita y Centro Cultural está abierto de miércoles a sábado de 10 a.m. a 4 p.m. La entrada es gratis. Ubicación: 4355 Bonita Rd., Bonita CA. 91902 Por favor visiten nuestro sitio web para pláticas y eventos asociados con la exposición.   FAQs   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Parking is free.  We are located in the Bonita-Sunnyside Library complex on Bonita Road.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Wed. - Sat. 10am - 4pm 619 267-5141    Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, your name will be on a reservations list   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? yes   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends Please bring the name or print out of your reservation