Escondido celebration to kick off Superbowl Sunday

January 13, 2018 by  

Escondido’s Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens will be marking this year’s Superbowl with its very own celebration that will include an assortment of game day favorites.

Chef Tausha Lopez will [Read more]

Escondido event to explore the benefits of gardening

December 13, 2017 by  

Spending time in the natural world can benefit children in a variety of ways, and a workshop that will be held in Escondido will explore how educators can include nature in their daily teaching plans.

The Palomar Family YMCA is [Read more]

Modern Escondido to enjoy a glimpse of ancient China

November 7, 2017 by  

A performance is on the way for Escondido that will provide glimpse into the lost civilization of ancient China, and it will include music, dance, and a variety of other performances.

The Shen Yun 2018 World Tour will be [Read more]

Dragons set to descend on Escondido library

October 8, 2017 by  

Dragons, albeit small ones, will be the order of the day during a session on the agenda for the Escondido Public Library.

Kids who are [Read more]

Escondido about to get a little bit knotty

September 22, 2017 by  

The art of macramé involves using a variety of knots to craft items from jute and other natural and manmade fibers, and residents of Escondido are invited to a workshop that will teach them how to make their very own [Read more]

Blacksmithing course planned for Escondido

August 20, 2017 by  

An event has been planned for Escondido that will help to keep farriering from becoming a lost art.

The Bandy Blacksmith Shop will be hosting a 10-week long course that will give those who take part a solid foundation in blacksmithing. The participants will learn how to make their own tools, and also to meet with others who share their interest. Further classes are available for those who would like to gain a more in-depth knowledge of the art through instruction in such areas as working with an open forge, and the students will also receive a one-year membership in the Bandy Blacksmith Guild.

The organizers plan for the classes to be fun as well as informative, and there will also be time for the students to mingle with others who share their interest.

The classes are open especially to those age 18 and over. Anyone between 14 and 17 can still attend, but they will need to be accompanied by their parent or guardian. Manuals and other printed materials for a course such as this can be supplied by a local printing services company.

The blacksmithing workshop will begin on September 23, and it will be held in Escondido’s Bandy Blacksmith Shop. The registration fee is $350, and more details can be found on the website for the shop.

Time for tea for Escondido youngsters

July 10, 2017 by  

Girls and boys from Escondido who have always wanted to know what it is like to be a prince or princess will be able to sample a taste of royal treatment while they enjoy an afternoon party with a special guest.

The Grand Tea Room will serve as the location for the afternoon Princess Tea With Rapunzel. Guests will be treated to cups of freshly brewed tea, as well as an assortment of finger foods and other treats. The children will be able to have their faces painted in the pattern of their choice, and there will also be games and other activities. Those who attend are encouraged to dress in their very best royal outfit and bring their cameras to capture the excitement.

Tickets for the tea party are $29.95, and according to the hosts, events like this tend to sell out early. They recommend for anyone who plans to attend to purchase their passes well ahead of time to avoid being disappointed. An area printing company can provide those who plan children’s activities such as this with an assortment of banners and other decorations.

July 22 has been chosen as the date for the tea, and anyone who would like to buy tickets, or who is interested in finding out more, can do so on the Visit Escondido website.

Escondido to welcome return of class of ’92

June 13, 2017 by  

Class reunions are a popular way for former classmates to catch up with one another years later, and Escondido High School’s Class of 1992 will soon be hosting an event to mark its 25th year. [Read more]

Escondido expo to showcase rocks, gems, and minerals

May 6, 2017 by  

Mining once played an important role in the history of Escondido, and the 63rd Annual Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show at the Center will pay homage to [Read more]

Mothers to explore Escondido buildings

April 16, 2017 by  

An event has been planned for Escondido that will give mothers and their families a chance to take in some of the architecture found in the city’s historic district.

The Mother’s Day Home Tour will see five selected residences in Old Escondido open their doors to the public to browse through and explore. Guests can admire their design, construction, and decoration, and then head outdoors to enjoy some light refreshments in a peaceful garden setting while they relax and enjoy the company of family and friends old and new.

This will be the 20th year that that tour that has been held to celebrate local architecture, and to mark this anniversary, ticket prices have been dropped. They have been set at $20 for those who purchase their passes in advance and $25 for anyone who would prefer to buy theirs at the door on the day of the event. Stationery printers can both design and then produce printed materials, such as programs that contain information about the different homes, for use during a function such as this.

May 14 has been chosen as the date for the 2017 tour. It will begin at 11:00 am and run until 4:00 pm. According to its organizers, tickets for the function will soon be offered for sale to the public, and anyone who is interested in participating is advised to check the website often for additional details.

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