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SOCAL MUSIC FESTIVAL As if there isn’t enough to choose from for Labor Day weekend! If you love music, this is one you don’t want to miss! This is the inaugural event for what is sure to become San Diego’s hottest new annual music fes- tival. The street festival extraordinaire to be held in East Village down- town across five blocks between 9th Avenue and Park Boulevard on Saturday, September 1 from 2 p.m. until midnight. Live bands, hot DJs across four stages, along with interactive art exhibits throughout the streets and “sport zones” featuring the best of SoCal’s extreme sports athletes are all a part of this all day festival/feast of the senses. Oh, and don’t forget the fireworks finale! For tickets and more information call 619.233.5008 or go to socalfestival.com.


CAMPLAND CAMPING BY THE BAY Feel like pitching something? Tie one on with that pop-up tent and


join a group of campers as they take over a portion of Campland on the Bay, Saturday and Sunday, August 25 and 26. A potluck is scheduled for Saturday evening and more activities will be posted as they are chosen. Contact Campland on the Bay campland.com/index.php to make your reservation and ask for the Jane Schmoll Group or select a site that is available. The reservation number is 771706 and by us- ing that number you will receive a 10 percent discount (20 percent if you’re a San Diego resident) and Campland will waive the $25 fee for a designated spot! Once you have reserved a spot, please contact Jane Schmoll at families@thecentersd.org for any additional questions and to confirm your attendance.


10TH ANNUAL CHULA VISTA ROTARY WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL Is it time to get out of the gayborhood for some tantalizing tasty treats?


How about a sojourn to points southern for a thirst-quenching bonanza of beverages? This “foodie” event brought to you by the Chula Vista Ro- tary Club is in it’s tenth year and is a bevy of bountiful food and beverages from some of the best in the industry. Come by on Saturday, August 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. to Otay Ranch Town Center, located at Olympic Parkway and Eastlake Parkway for over 50 of Chula Vista’s top restaurants, breweries, wineries and spirit producers And to add just a little more for your sensory pleasure—live music. Plus a silent auction whose proceeds go to the Chula Vista Rotary Club and its many service projects, including making dreams come true for kids at Christmas, local scholarships and Foster Parents Night Out. Tickets to this upscale event are available by calling 619.233.5008 or by going to mcfarlanepromotions.com and clicking on “Upcoming Events.”


SAN DIEGO FEELING GOOD ROUNDUP Now for those of you who wish to surround yourselves with mem-


bers of the recovery community, this event at the Handlery Hotel in Mission Valley is for you. The San Diego Feeling Good Roundup “A New Lease On Life,” is a recovery celebration from Friday, August 31 through Sunday, September 2 for those who wish to come together within the LGBT community. Part of the San Diego Feeling Good’s mission statement reads: Recognizing that the rates of alcoholism and addiction are especially high in the LGBT community, and that LGBT individuals seeking to recover from these addictions have needs and issues beyond those of the larger population.” They come together in this annual roundup for workshops, recovery programs, 12-step meet- ings and other “issues of interest to the LGBT community,” also as stated on their website. For more information or to register for the event go to feelinggood.org.


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