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these actions "art" is opin- ion. And like teeth we all have more than enough of them.
Letters to the Editor Lyle:
This note is in regard to your "Man About Town" write-up in the January 12, 2012 issue of "The Paper."
Completely agree with your point that the musical, as described by you, is totally inappropriate for the Welk Theatre! If Welk Resorts chooses to allow this kind of venue they should remove the Welk name rather than denigrate the family name.
Activities during the presen- tation (I did not attend the performance) such as you describe are the type of things that ruins attending public entertainment for many peo- ple. Using a facade by calling
Let Dr. Gregory Hurt, DDS and the staff at the San Marcos Dental Center, help you with any dental
Unfortunately the Welk Theatre along with many other San Diego venues have been deteriorating for years. Over ten years ago we had season tickets to Welk but now only attend plays/musi- cals every few years. If they continue to go down hill that may become never for us.
When the retirement home buses and travel company's motorcoaches stop coming the result will most likely be closing their doors.
Thank you for disclosing this offensive situation.
Bob Bellfy San Marcos
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‘Social Butterfly’ Cont. from Page 13
show runs through February 25. This selection of over 60 images was juried by the photography fac- ulty from over 180 photographs. Students who entered range from beginning to advanced status, and their goals encompass exploring career options to life enrichment. Represented in this show are digi- tal and film-based, color and black and white, traditional darkroom and alternative process images. In addition to acquiring strong tech- nical skills, students are encour- aged to pursue their own expres- sive personal vision as evidenced by the work displayed in this exhi- bition.
Gallery hours are Monday-Friday 9am to 7pm. For more on the exhibit contact Palomar College Photography Department at 760.744.1150, Ext 3628, or faculty member Donna Cosentino 760.484.3951. For information on participating in the Rotating Art Gallery call 760.744.9000, Ext 3503, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Oasis North County invites you to participate in the adult pro- grams for 50+ New classes start each week, in locations through- out north county. The office is located at the Joslyn Sr. Center, 210 Park Ave., Escondido. A one- time trimester processing fee of $10 is charged in addition to class fees; some classes are free. For additional classes, information, or to complete registration, go online at www.oasisnet.org/escondido
or call the office at 760.796.6020.
Check the Senior Service Council for February Events
The Senior Service Council, locat- ed at 728 No. Broadway, Escondido, provides many services to the local senior population. The phone number
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where you can find services listed for the monthly free health screen- ings, support groups and other programs. Call the office for a cal- endar of events that include Dental Screenings, Diabetes Blood Sugar Testing, Hearing tests, Eye Screenings, Blood Pressure checks, Driver Safety Classes, and several support group sessions.
Special Valentine's Day Events in Downtown Escondido
Chocolate will abound in down- town Escondido for something dif- ferent to do this Valentine’s Day. From chocolate tastings and pair- ings, fine art, valentines crafts and horse and carriage rides, there will be something for everyone.
On Saturday, February 11, choco- late pairings kick off the festivities at 1pm on Grand Avenue. At this “For the Love of Chocolate” tasting event, guests experience an assort- ment of exotic chocolates paired with wine, champagne and beer at
boutiques, spas, salons and other retail stores on Grand Avenue, between Center City Parkway and Juniper Street. Tickets for the pairings cost $20 and can be pur- chased on the event website (www.es
) or at “Sweet Street” on the day of the event.
"Sweet Street" also opens at 1pm on Grand Avenue at Kalmia St., At no cost, there will be vendor booths to taste and purchase gour- met, international and unusual treats, produced by local and inter- national chocolatiers. Then enjoy musical tunes of Jimmy Patton and Enrique. Visitors can indulge by stopping into many other down- town galleries, restaurants and spas who will be offering valentine- related activities and special treats and specials on chocolate drinks, entrees, and desserts.
The Second Saturday “SweetArt” Walk will bring fine art into the mix, from 5-9pm with gallery openings and receptions. For more detailed information and a complete list of wine and Chocolate tasting locations, visit www.es
condidochocolatefestival.c om, contact event coordinator, Jenessa Peterson at 858.243.3211, or email at info@escondidochoco- latefestival.com
K9 Cancer Walk Coming to San Marcos
The Morris Animal Foundation is making the K9 Cancer Walk the most "Woofed" about event in town when it brings the program to San Marcos on Saturday, February 18. The event will be held at Walnut Grove Park, and will benefit the Foundation's "Canine Cancer Campaign," an ini- tiative to fund research to prevent, treat and, ultimately, cure cancer in dogs.
The Foundation is dedicated to finding a cure for the estimated 50 percent of all dogs that will battle cancer, the No. 1 cause of death in dogs over the age of 2. All dog lovers are invited to attend and encouraged to walk to celebrate the life of their canine best friend or in memory of dogs that have lost their battle with canine cancer.
Registration is now open. Additional event details, including information about the virtual "Sit & Stay" option, can be found at www.K9Ca n c e rWa l k . o r g . Vendor and sponsorship informa- tion is also available on the web- site. If interested in volunteering for
Save the Date!
The American Heritage Education Foundation's 11th Annual Golf Tournament will be on Monday, March 12, at The Vineyard Escondido. Proceeds benefit Escondido Charter High School. For information, contact the Escondido Charter High School at 1868 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido. Call 760.737.3154
this event, email
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