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SDWP’S NEW, IMPROVED SITE The San Diego Workforce Par- tership (SDWP), which provides funding for adult and youth pro- grams as well as information on the current and future labor mar- ket, has launched a new website. Workforce.org is a new re-


source that has been under con- struction for the last year while the company received input from staff, funded partners, board members, community associates, training providers, policymakers and those looking for jobs. SDWP is located at 3910 Uni- versity Ave., Ste. 400. For more information, visit: workforce.org, or call 228-2900.


17 and “Maestro: The Art of Leon- ard Bernstein” will run from July 22 through Aug. 28. Tickets range from $39 to $90 and can be purchased at theoldg- lobe.org or by calling 23-GLOBE.


WITKIDS UP FOR CLASSY AWARD WitKids is a non-profit organi- zation at 1501 India St. whose goal is to empower children through monthly community service learn- ing projects. WitKids was recently nominated for a Classy Award in the “Small Charity of the Year” cat- egory and needs help to win it. WitKids is asking for “Likes”


on its Facebook page at the Classy Awards website. The organiza- tion’s goal was 500 by June 1, al- though by mid day it had only ac- quired 368. The 3rd Annual Classy Awards


will take place on Sept. 17. For more information or to “Like” this organization, visit stayclassy.org/ stories/kids-do-whatever-it-takes.


SANDAG PUBLIC WORKSHOPS In an effort to gain public sup-


port and input on the Draft 2050 Regional Transportation Plan—to make $196 billion


in improve- Hershey Felder


HERSHEY FELDER RETURNS TO THE GLOBE Hershey Felder, a playwright and Steinway concert artist, will perform three critically-acclaimed, musical one-man shows at the Globe Theater throughout the summer. “George Gershwin Alone” will


have 13 performances from July 1 through July 10, “The Great American Songbook Sing-Along” will run from July 11 through July


ments over a 40-year period—the San Diego Association of Govern- ments (SANDAG) will host seven public workshops throughout the month of June.


The next four meetings will be held: June 10, during the SAN- DAG Board of Directors meeting, at 401 B St. on the seventh floor; June 13 from 4 to 7 p.m., at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center at 140 East 12th St. in National City; June 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the San Marcos City Council Chambers at 1 Civic Center Dr.; and June 21, at 4 p.m. during the Regional Planning Stakeholders Working Group meeting at 4050 Taylor St.


For more information, visit: sandag.org.


REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR EASEL ART FAIR


Registration is now open for


the EASEL San Diego Art Fair to be held on Sept. 3, 4 and 5 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The event, which reportedly sold out in three days last year, showcases local and guest artists, is sponsored by Al- exander Salazar Fine Art and will be located at 1070 Seventh Ave. A three-day pass to the event is $5, and original artwork will be for sale, all under $5,000. For $100, artists can participate by provid- ing a 60-inch tall by 40-inch wide painting on their own easels. To register call 531-8996 or


531-8988.


SOHO ANNOUNCES TWO NEW SUMMER TOURS AT THE MAR- STON HOUSE


In addition to new extended, summer hours Thursday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Save Our Heritage Organisa- tion (SOHO) has announced that the Marston House at 3523 Sev- enth Avenue will introduce two new summer tours. The first new tour is the Marston


House Garden Tour, which will take visitors through the five-acre estate, visiting the 1905 landscaping as well as the 1928 formal garden. The Historic Seventh Avenue tour will visit the 3500 block of Sev- enth Avenue, where participants will learn about famous architec- ture and the families who lived in the neighborhood, and how they are related to the Marston family. Tours will be available until Labor Day every Saturday and Sunday. Each is 40 to 50 minutes and costs $10, or $20 for all three, including the Marston House Museum tour.


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PARTICIPATE IN ARTWALK ON THE BAY!


The sixth annual ArtWalk on the Bay is looking for participat- ing artists for the festival on Sept. 10 and 11. The two-day festival will take place at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Park, and will feature community visual and performing arts. Artists looking to exhibit and sell their original


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