Saturday | 15
Paw Walk In The Garden
San Diego Botanic Garden is 37 acres of rich land which began, in part, with Ruth Larabee, whose original bequest of property and plant collections led to the establishment of the Garden in 1970. The Garden is partnering with the Rancho Coastal Humane Society for the one day of the year that furry friends are allowed in the Garden. Dogs and their humans can follow a scenic route through trails of plants and flowers. Pet products, food (for people), treats (for dogs).
Jason Mraz: Shine
A musical based on the local singer-songwriter’s catalog. Performances by Banding Together (music opportunities for special needs individuals), Malashock Dance’s education program (dance for under-served students), and TranscenDANCE (guides young people in underserved communities).
Wednesday | 19
- Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Horton Grand Hotel,
311 Island Avenue,
Free - $5
San Diego: 1940-1960, War And Peace
What was going on in San Diego during World War II? What was it like for average, everyday locals? “History Talks!” presents a lecture by Roger Showley as he draws from his latest pictorial history book on San Diego, this one covering World War II and the following decade of recovery and boom. Showley is a retired reporter and a third generation San Diego local, and the pictorial he has fashioned is made from a collaborative collection of photos gathered from private collectors, the San Diego History Center, and the general public.