Community Events

Community Events by Month

SAN DIEGO LANTERN FESTIVAL

 

August 26, 27, 28 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.

4400 El Cajon Blvd.

$5 adults, $3 children

 

 

SAN DIEGO'S AFRICAN AMERICAN 'HAIR'-ITAGE: SELF AWARENESS & CULTURAL ACCEPTANCE

San Diego Mesa College Professor Starla Lewis discusses how the sixties movements laid the foundation for African Americans to redefine and re-imagine themselves based on principles of self awareness and cultural acceptance, creating a shift from wearing checimally processed to natural hairstyles that affirmed sef and community pride.

September 13, 2011 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Location: San Diego History Center, Casa de Balboa, Balboa Park

Cost: FREE

Call 619-232-6203, ext. 129 to reserve your seat!

The Centro Cultural de la Raza presents SACRILEGE! Desecration, Destruction and Deconstruction of Chican@ Heroes, Idols and Icons. Join curator Cal A. Vera and a host of talented Chican@ artists from Arizona, Tejas and Califas as they attempt to get sacrilegious with their heroes, idols and icons. Exhibit runs November 2 - December 5.

 

As Salamu Alaykum Mesa College Muslim Student Association presents American Muslim documentary "Deen Tight and Panel Discussion, November 5th. To purchase tickets to this event and get more info go to: http://ca.cair.com/sandiego/event/deen_tight_screening_and_panel_discussion. We will also sell tickets at the door if there is still space. Flyer is below:

"An Evening with the Women of The Odyssey", Friday, September 24 at 7:00 p.m. Saville Theatre at San Diego City College

San Diego Community College Chancellor Dr. Constance Carroll joins a cast of City College faculty and students on Friday, September 24, 2010 at the Saville Theatre on the City College campus for the launch of faculty member Laurel Corona's novel, PENELOPE'S DAUGHTER. Admission is free. For more information, contact the World Cultures Program at (619) 388- 3552. or email krodda@sdccd.edu; http://www.sdcity.edu/worldcultures/