The City of Los Angeles and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez present
A FREE Arts & Music festival on the steps of City Hall and kickoff to Los Angeles’ Latino Heritage Month!
El Grito is Los Angeles’ free public festival highlighting our vibrant Latino community as well as showcasing the immense contributions Latinos have made to the City’s culture, history, and economy. Featuring internationally renowned Latino artists and entertainers, tasty food trucks, a reggaeton silent disco, and a one-of-a-kind crafts fair of over 60 vendors - El Grito is a high-energy all-ages celebration of Latinidad in LA.
At 9PM catch a re-enactment of “El Grito,” the historical Cry of Dolores and ringing of the bell at City Hall! Performed by the City of Los Angeles and the Consul General of Mexico, this commemorative act highlights the original call to arms pronounced by Miguel Hidalgo in 1810 that launched the Mexican War for Independence.
Featured Performances by
Los Tucanes de Tijuana
Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Ángeles
El Conjunto Nueva Ola (ECNO)
+ A Crafts Festival featuring one-of-a-kind items from local Latinx vendors and artists, curated by Molcajete Dominguero! Over 60 vendors and artists will sell clothing, jewelry, paper goods, and Latinx inspired items. Complete list of vendors TBA soon.
+ Reggaeton Silent Disco
¡EL GRITO! Arts & Music Festival 2018
Saturday, September 15, 20185PM - 10:30PM
FREE & All-Ages
200 N Spring St.Los Angeles, CA 90012
Latino Heritage Month and the El Grito Festival is presented by the City of Los Angeles and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez in partnership with Comité Civico Patriotico, Molcajete Dominguero, Wells Fargo, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis, Southern California Gas Company, Comcast | NBCUniversal, Galpin Motors, Aguila Real Tequila and Champion City.
About Latino American Heritage Month
Los Angeles Latino American Heritage Month is a celebration of Latino Americans in the United States. For over three decades, the City of Los Angeles has held a series of events throughout the month to highlight the significant contributions that Latinos have made to the City’s past, present, and future.
For more information visit: http://www.monicarodriguez.org/LatinoHeritageMonth
The Latino Comics Expo and the East Los Angeles Comicbook, Art & Pop-Culture Expo are teaming up to host a tribute art show to comic book legend Steve Ditko at Nostalgic books and comics in San Gabriel CA.The show is a celebration of Ditko's life, work and his 91st birthday. Among the artwork we will have traditional Dia De Los Muertos alter in honor of Mr. Ditko, curated by Javier Hernandez. This is a free event. For more information and to see how you could submit artwork for this event, please follow this event page.
At EMPOWER Ministry Leadership Training Event, we will begin with raising the roof together in exuberant praise and worship. Your training experience will be informative, motivational, as well as empowering.
You will leave this powerful event not only knowing something about church ministry and leadership, but you also be fired up to make your worship experience a more vibrant vehicle for God to reach people.
This event includes continental breakfast, a catered lunch, plus helpful resource information as a take away.
Some of our EMPOWER Leadership Conference titles include:
“Pastor’s Conference Leader” taught by Dr. Bill Agee (Executive Director of California Southern Baptist Convention). Dr. Agee is also our Keynote Speaker.
"Breathing Life Into Sunday School" and "6 Principles for Making Disciples" taught by Ken Braddy (Manager of LifeWay Adult Ongoing Bibles Studies / Manager of Lifeway Sunday School Training, Nashville, TN)
“Discipleship for the Black Middle Class” and “Big Results: Sunday School and Black Church Life” taught by Dr. Mark Croston (National Director, Black & Western Church Partnership)
“Foundations for Faith-Teaching Preschoolers” taught by Ann Iorg (California Southern Baptist Convention Preschool Consultant, and wife of Gateway Seminary President, Jeff Iorg)
“Unleashing the Power of Prayer” taught by Roger Byrd (Music & Worship Specialist of the California Southern Baptist Convention)
“Reaching Young Adults” and “How to Create a Lesson Plan” taught by Daryl Watts (Church Revitalization Initiative Team California Southern Baptist Convention)
“Loving God and Loving My Muslim Neighbor” and “6 Ways To Reach the World” taught by Dr. C. Fyne Nsofar (Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies California Baptist University)
“More Effective Bible Teaching for Adults” taught by Marty Leach (Mt. Zion Church of Ontario, Sunday School Consultant)
“Unexpected Lessons in Church Revitalize” taught by Rolland E. Slade (Senior Pastor Meridian Baptist Church, El Cajon, CA)
“Chaos: Serving the Needs in Chaotic Times” taught by Lyn Gabriel (MDIV, BCC / Director of Hospice Volunteers)
“Addressing Grief and Loss in the Church” taught by Dr. Gwen Tyson (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, specializing in Grief and Loss, Trauma Focused Therapy and Depression)
“The Bible: Our Power Tool for Ministry” taught by Andrew Mc Clung (Pastor of The Living Word Missionary Baptist Church)
“Prayer Boot Camp” taught by Thomas Bush (Director, Prayer Assist Ministries and Coordinator, Southern California National Day of Prayer Taskforce)
"Leading Children's Worker and Teachers to Share the Bible with their Young Minds" taught by Helen Harris (Long Beach Harbor Southern Baptist Association AssisTeam)
"The Young Person's Relationship: Crash and Burn" taught by Don & Deborah Ford (Long Beach Harbor Southern Baptist Association AssisTeam)
"What Is Church Revitalization and Why Do We Need It?" taught by Dr. Harold Hambley (Long Beach Harbor Southern Baptist Association Church Health Consultant and Advance School Director)
Other scheduled EMPOWER Leadership Conference Leaders include:
Topic to be Announced taught by Dr. A.B. Vines (Senior Pastor of New Seasons Church in Spring Valley and El Cajon, CA)
The registration fee to attend EMPOWER Ministry Leadership Training Event is $30/person if you register by September 8, 2018.
If you register for EMPOWER after September 8, 2018, or if you register at the door, the cost is $35/person.
If you prefer to register by mail, please call the Long Beach Harbor Southern Baptist at (562) 676-5640 or email [email protected] to request an EMPOWER Registration form.
*Please Note: Child care will not be available on the date of this event.
Come and meet:
Sarah Butler Associate Director of Admission. Office of Admission and Financial Aid
The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee
Wednesday, Oct 10, 9-10:30
4224 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Hobee's in Palo Alto - https://goo.gl/maps/cLHdjLwpyYK2
If you cannot make this time. A small number of counselors are able to meet Sarah:
Thursday, Oct. 11, 10-11:30
Los Gatos Cafe - 15662 Los Gatos Blvd, Los Gatos, CA 95032
Guests - up to 6 (register for the correct ticket - if full the ticket option will not appear)
Sewanee: The University of the South, also known as Sewanee, is a private, residential, co-educational liberal arts college located in Sewanee, Tennessee, United States. It is owned by 28 southern dioceses of the Episcopal Church, and its School of Theology is an official seminary of the church. The university's School of Letters offers graduate degrees in American Literature and Creative Writing. The campus (officially called "The Domain" or, affectionately, "The Mountain") consists of 13,000 acres (53 km2) of scenic mountain property atop the Cumberland Plateau, with the developed portion occupying about 1,000 acres (4.0 km2).
The school was ranked 41st in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report list of liberal arts colleges. In 2016, Forbes ranked it 94th on its list of Top Colleges in the United States. Sewanee is a member of the Associated Colleges of the South.
Scott Agnew, the host of Coronado Elite Networking powered by Rockstar Connect, invites you to an evening of Rockstar Connect networking at Feast and Fareway (inside Coronado Municipal Golf Course) on Tuesday, September 25th, between 6 PM - 8 PM.
It is a mix-and-mingle, after-hours business networking event and all may attend. Unlike other evening networking events, admission is free of charge, there are no boring speakers and no one is trying to sell you anything. Bring your old friends, make new friends and create your next meaningful business connection.Feast and Fareway are providing complimentary finger foods on a first come first served basis as well as the free event space. Attendees are encouraged to reciprocate the venue’s generosity by making a beverage purchase and by tipping their servers. It is the Rockstar thing to do. Feel free to come early for dinner, or stay after for drinks.Rockstar Connect events are held in hundreds of cities around the United States and Canada and hundreds of thousands of networkers attend Rockstar Connect events every year. Our hosts believe that you have to give in order to get, which is why they organize this monthly event to support their local business community. Direct all questions to Rockstar Connect: 1 (800) 205-2327.
All attendees are welcome, either living in or visiting the Greater San Diego, California area: National City, CA, Chula Vista, CA, Imperial Beach, CA, Bonita, CA, Lemon Grove, CA, La Mesa, CA, La Presa, CA, Spring Valley, CA, Tijuana, Mexico, El Cajon, CA, Rancho San Diego, CA, Santee, CA, Bostonia, CA, Lakeside, CA, Barrio Logan, CA, Sherman Heights, CA, Grant Hill, CA, Logan Heights, CA, Golden Hill, CA, Fort Rosecrans, CA, South Park, CA, Five Points, CA, La Playa, CA, South Crest, CA, Hillcrest, CA, Shelltown, CA, Loma Portal, CA, Mount Hope, CA, Old Town San Diego, CA, Fleetridge, CA
A night with live music, dancing, singing, poetry reading, and spoken word performance to celebrate refugee women and children in El Cajon, San Diego - their home, belonging, and legacy with memories of love and empathy.
Free admission. Join us at 6:30 for light refreshments before the event.
Sponsored by "Project for Public Good" grant by College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts SDSU, and License to Freedom (http://www.licensetofreedom.org/)
Contact: Dr. Chuyun Oh ([email protected])
Join Independent Indivisible (INDI2 or Indi Squared) in Escondido on Sundays from 11-2 for Knock & Talk canvassing from now until Election Day! Our volunteers are knocking on doors and talking to voters in CA50 to increase turnout in the November 6 midterm election.
Bring a smart phone and a hat. We get you trained, pair you with a partner, supply water and snacks, and get you fired up and ready to go!
Check out our other canvassing events every Thursday afternoon in Escondido and El Cajon.
Buy a cool Voting Is My Superpower T-shirt here: teespring.com/new-voting-is-your-superpower.
Dj Fn1 + Dj Disorder present
1986 Darkwave, Coldwave, Synthpop from Rochester, NY (Reformed in 2011)
No Wave, Noise, Synthpunk from SLC, Utah
Darkwave, Coldwave, Postpunk from Fontana, California
Darkwave/Coldwave Dj from San Diego
Darkwave/Post-punk Dj from San Diego
Darkwave/Post-punk Dj from San Diego
9:00pm - 2:00am | 21+
$8 Presale (NO FEES)
$10 Tickets at the door day of event
3519 El Cajon Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92104
YOUR POSITIVE FUTURE IS NOW!35th Interplanetary Conclave of LightOctober 13 & 14, 2018at the Unarius Center in El Cajon
You’re invited to this one-of-a kind, uplifting event—your opportunity to experience the higher consciousness of Earth's positive future now! Spend the weekend with like-minded people, learning more about the Space Brothers, the Interplanetary Confederation, and Earth’s positive future as the 33rd member of this galactic “united nation” of planets.
1–4 p.m. ~ Welcome Space Brothers at the Unarius Center
* Listen to the beautiful harmonies of the Unarius Choralliers
* Hear a “live” interview of Confederation representatives
* Watch a Tesla coil demonstration
* See futuristic displays and visionary art & photos
7–8:30 p.m. ~ Healing Through Psychodrama: Interactive Filming & Workshop (RSVP)
9:30–11:30 a.m. ~ Self-Healing Workshop
1–3 p.m. ~ Creativity Workshop featuring hands-on activities
5 p.m. ~ Dinner at the Brigantine Restaurant in La Mesa (reservations required)
7–8:30 p.m. ~ A Mental Communication with the Space Brothers
Saturday events are free (donations are welcomed). Sunday’s workshops are $15, or $25 for any two or all three, and the contact with the Space Brothers is $15.
Most events will be streamed live. For a schedule, visit Unarius’ streamlink page.
Join us for The 3rd Annual District 8 ¡Festival Latino! in Sacramento
Councilmember Larry Carr's office is proud to present the 3rd Annual ¡Festival Latino! at Nielsen Park, 7596 Center Parkway, Sacramento, CA.The Festival is a FREE community event for all families plus Fido!
Learn more about your community through interactive engagement booths such as the Smoothie bike and hands on art projects by the Crocker Art Museum.
A full schedule of new performances every hour of the event will make sure you dont skip a beat while enjoying the Festival.
Street Soccer USA will be sure to catch the little ones attention along with JR Coaches from the Sacramento Kings.
Don't forget Fido at home! The Inaugural "Carrera de Los Perros Pequenos" is happening from 11-3pm. The Front Street Animal Shelter is giving $100 for the 1st place and $50 for the 2nd place dog winner! Microchipping and a name tag will be provided to all dogs at the event.
Small Dog Race is a FREE event. Only 36 spots available!
¡Acompáñanos para el Tercer ¡Festival Latino Anual en Sacramento!
La oficina del Concejal Larry Carr se complace en presentar el Festival Latino en Nielsen Park, Sacramento CA por el tercer año consecutivo. ¡El Festival es un evento comunitario GRATUITO para todas las familias y sus mascotas!
Obtén más información acerca de su comunidad a través de puestos interactivos, como la bicicleta de licuados y proyectos artísticos del Museo de Arte Crocker.
Disfruta de actuaciones y espectáculos a cada hora durante el evento, ¡estamos seguros de que no te aburrirás!
El Fútbol callejero de Street Soccer USA seguramente atraerá la atención de los pequeños junto con los JR Entrenadores de los Sacramento Kings.
¡No olvides a tu perrito en casa! La "Carrera de Los Perros Pequeños" inaugurará este año y se llevará acabo de 11 - 3 pm. El Front Street Animal Shelter estará sorteando $150 para el ganador del primer y segundo lugar. También se proporcionará microchip y etiquetas con el nombre a todos los perros en el evento.
La Carrera de Perros Pequeños es un evento GRATUITO. ¡Solo 36 lugares disponibles!
City Hearts’ 6th Annual Benefit Photo Auction and Fundraiser featuring Fine Art Photographers, and Emerging Artists from City Hearts’ Fresh Focus: A New Shot at Life photography program.
Curated by Noureddine El Warari and John Simmons, ASCFresh Focus co-chairs: James Chressanthis, ASC, GSC and Seth Emmons, Leica Sonderoptic
Fresh Focus brings together 40+ Fine Art and Emerging Photographers who have a unique story to tell – in picture and words. This event will feature exquisite hors d’oeuvres, desserts and refreshments.
When: Fresh Focus 2018 begins as an online bidding event culminating in an afternoon with Art and Artists, Sunday, September 16th, 2018, 1:00-4:00 PM.
Where: Leica Gallery in West Hollywood, CA.
***STUDENTS*** Use the Promo Code: Student2018 to recieve the discount.
It’s happening! The third annual Victoria Festival of Authors launches September 25, 2018 with a fantastic lineup of local and national authors. Join us for seven days of readers and writers celebrating words and engaging with ideas. Listen to inspiring readings, check out the diverse voices on discussion panels, and attend workshops to develop your own craft.
Don’t miss La Palabra en el Tiempo, a locally inspired and produced flamenco performance with the poetry of Garth Martens at its core; The Literary Twist, our own concoction of the Arts—Literature, Music, & Visual Arts—with a twist of artisanal local cocktails; Friday Night’s legendary Pure Poetry; and Saturday Night’s Dream | Love | Leap | Transcend. It’s all right here in downtown Victoria.
For event descriptions and further details, please see our website: victoriafestivalofauthors.ca*all ticket sales are final