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Santa Sophia St. Vincent de Paul Rummage Sale – June 1, 2019

Santa Sophia’s St. Vincent de Paul Pantry is holding a thrift/rummage sale on SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 9AM-2PM. Come shop through new and used items at bargain prices! There will be designer labels, clothes, glassware, home goods, jewelry, great deals on clothes (most only $1!), toys, books, CDs, and so much more!

All proceeds benefit the Santa Sophia St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry.

Location:
In the hall behindSanta Sophia Church
9800 San Juan Street, Spring Valley, CA 9197
(One block north of Campo, west of Bonita Street).

Rummage Sale

26th Annual Spring Garden & Butterfly Festival

Thousands of house and garden plants, landscape design consultations, butterfly releases, museum tours and more are on tap when the Spring Garden & Butterfly Festival returns to the Cuyamaca College campus for its 26th year on April 27.

Several thousand visitors from throughout the region and beyond are expected to visit the college, which houses The Water Conservation Garden and the Heritage of the Americas Museum, and all three have planned an array of family friendly events. Old Town Trolley Tours of San Diego will provide free, narrated rides to and from the garden, the museum and the college, and the Cuyamaca College Ornamental Horticulture Department will hold its largest plant sale of the year.


Details:

Heritage of the Americas Museum
12110 Cuyamaca College Dr. West, El Cajon, CA 92019
Saturday, April 27th ~ 9 AM – 3 PM

 

ALL DAY EVENTS

  • FREE MUSEUM ADMISSION
  • BAHIA’S AFRO-BRAZILIAN CANDOMBLE ART EXHIBIT
  • DIANA KAM WATERCOLOR DEMO & SALE
  • VIOLIN & CELLO DUET OF ISABEL LYNN BASILIO & ETHAN ROBERTS (FROM VALHALLA HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA)
  • MEET LILLY THE TORTOISE (ON GRAND LAWN)

 

SCHEDULED EVENTS

  • 10 AM- The Reel West: Another Side to Cowboy Action Films Take a trail less followed through the Old West of the silver screen. We will take a look at the kings and movie legends, and some you might remember. Presented by Dr. Dave Roberts.
  • 11 AM- Docent Tour Tag along on a docent-led tour of the Museum and learn more about our past.
  • 11:30 AM- Children’s Reading of  Lil’ Kitter Kat by the author Join in the story of Kitter Kat read by the author David Todd on the patio.
  • 12 PM- Docent Tour Tag along on a docent-led tour of the Museum and learn more about our past.
  • 1 PM- Fire Making Demonstration Learn how Native Americans made fire in an demonstration by Fred Thompson.
  • 2 PM- Raffle Winners Announcement Join us as we announce the winners of our Dream Drawing. (Need not be present to win)

 

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Hacienda Casa Blanca! – May 4 & 5, 2019

You’re invited to Hacienda Casa Blanca’s Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Weekend! Celebrate with us on both Saturday and Sunday – It’s going to be a blast!

Our Cinco de Mayo weekend will be full of Mariachis, Folklorico dancers, Live Bands, Street vendors, a bounce house, a silent auction, food and plenty of drinks. Hacienda Casa Blanca is partnering with TeamParker 4 Life to help raise funds for families struggling with childhood cancers. Come on out have fun and make a difference!

Hacienda Casa Blanca is located at 700 N. Johnson Ave. El Cajon, CA. 92020 and is open from 10 am – 10 pm. For more information, call Hacienda Casa Blanca at (619) 442-9827.

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St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center 18th Annual Morning Glory Brunch – April 27, 2019

St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center (SMSC), a nonprofit organization that serves individuals with developmental disabilities, will hold its 18th Morning Glory Brunch on Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The brunch will be hosted at SMSC’s Garden and Aquatics Center, located at 2119 E. Madison Ave, El Cajon, CA 92019.

The Morning Glory Brunch will feature an afternoon of bites, beverage tastings, live music, the signature Frog Race with $3,500 in cash prizes and more. This year, Chris Hinman will serve as the event’s Honorary Chair, The Alexander & Eva Nemeth Foundation, Inc. will be the Honoree, and Steve Hamann will serve as Master of Ceremonies.

Food and beverage vendors during the event will include Bekker’s Catering, Bivouac Ciderworks, Curiosity Catering, Granite Lion Cellars, Hacienda Casa Blanca, Coffee Ambassador, San Pasqual Winery, Jackie’s Jams, Lolita’s Mexican Food, Nicolosi’s Italian Restaurant, Jamul Brewing Company, Amore Cheesecake, Cupid’s Catering, Tito’s Handmade Vodka and more. Boutique vendors include Satori Designs, Be Boutique, Designs by Eileen, Sophie’s Garden, Sophie’s Gallery, Unchained Ideas and Purses and Accessories by Dianna Thomas.

The spirited event will feature a live cooking demonstration by Executive Chef Josef Felts of Green Dragon Tavern and Museum as well as musical entertainment from Jason Weber and The Heroes. Guests can also enjoy SMSC’s signature Frog Race during the event and participate by purchasing plastic frogs to enter in the race. Prices for race entry are $50 for a single frog, $100 for three frogs and $150 for a family of five frogs, with a $2,000 prize for 1st Place, $1,000 for 2nd Place and $500 for 3rd Place.

Ticket prices for the Morning Glory Brunch are: $60 per person for general admission, or $200 for the couple’s package which includes two general admissions and a family of 5 frogs. Guests ages six and under are free.

PURCHASE TICKETS & FROGS HERE: http://stmsc.org/2019-morning-glory-brunch-registration/

Sycuan Resort & Casino will serve as the Garden Sponsor for the event. Community Sponsors for the event include Peter & Mary Ellen Ferrantelli, Lundy Insurance Services Inc., The Mansour Group and Redfearn & Associates.

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St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center is a nonprofit organization that serves more than 400 adults with developmental disabilities through nationally recognized, innovative programs. Its mission is to educate and empower individuals with developmental disabilities to realize their full potential. Developmental disabilities include autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other cognitive disorders for which there are no cures.

2019 East County Career Expo

Employers want to talk with YOU about YOUR future! Find a job/career path at the East County Career Expo! It’s free for all job-seekers – Just come ready to make a great first impression!

When: May 1, 2019 – 9am-1pm

Where: Cuyamaca College Student Center (Building I, Top Floor); 900 Rancho San Diego Parkway