Every Friday night starting April 3rd through September 25th, join the fun at the “Largest Weekly Car Cruise West of the Mississippi.”
Vintage Auto Show, Cruisin’ Grand™ Escondido runs every Friday night downtown on Grand Avenue from April 3rd to September 2fth from 5-9pm all along Grand Avenue in historic downtown Escondido.
One of the greatest ongoing traditions in San Diego County, Cruisin’ Grand™ Escondido runs for six spectacular months. This FREE EVENT brings from 5,000 to 10,000 visitors, locals, families and car enthusiasts every Friday Night to check out the 500+ cars lining the streets of historic downtown Escondido, as well as the themed car clubs that fill the side streets.
Not only for classic car enthusiasts… everyone enjoys meeting up with friends, bringing the family out and strolling along Grand Avenue, stopping in for a bite at one of our many restaurants and people-watching on those warm summer nights. Each Friday night, awards are given to the most impressive pre-1973, American-made cars. Theme nights include “Fire Truck Night”, “Nitro Night” and “AFX Night.”
For more information, event schedules, car club themes and much more, go to CruisinGrand.com
We call it Hot Rod Heaven! Cruisin’ Grand™ Escondido Classic Car Show
Cruisin’ Grand is honored to be called one of the best cruises in the country. We try to keep it simple, and focus only on what works with our community history, i.e. 1973 and earlier American-made Classics, Customs, Vintage, Muscle, and Hot Rods cruising Grand Ave, just like they did 50-60- years ago, on a Friday night, hopefully shoulder-to-shoulder with a date!
Each week there are three live bands on Juniper, Kalmia, and Maple. In addition to our live DJ on N. Broadway, there are fun contests such as hoola hoops and “name that tune”, with prizes. The south side of Broadway is reserved for the car club of the night. Parking for other “period correct” (1974 and older American vehicles) is available on Grand Ave., N. Maple, N. Broadway, Kalmia (North and South), and N. Juniper.
Basketball Tournament at Orange Glen High School
2200 Glenridge Rd
Escondido, CA 92027
•Tournament is FREE
•Playing 3 on 3 Teams of up to 6 players
•Captains can build a team of up to 6 players
•Check-in / warm-ups from 8am-9am
•All skill levels and ages welcome (will be grouped accordingly)
•FREE food , Music
•Tournament Winner Trophy, Prize Raffles
• Feel free to contact me Directly
Fred Franklin 619-277-5656
The Clearity Foundation is excited to announce the launch of the Teal Revolution weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 2nd and 3rd, 2020.
We know it’s gonna take a revolution to defeat ovarian cancer. Join us!
Saturday, May 2nd, join us for our Cancer Revolution Symposium speaker series, covering topics others don’t.
Saturday evening we are hosting our Teal Revolution Celebration event for team captains, sponsors and survivors.
Sunday, May 3rd launches the Teal Revolution 5K Walk/Run. Registration begins at 7:30, location at NTC Park
You can register as an individual, a team, or virtual walker.
Registration is FREE* and if you sign up by March 15th you’ll be recognized as one of our founding Teal Renegades, helping to lead the charge to combat this deadly disease.
*There is a $35 registration fee for runners wishing to be timed.
COME AND ENJOY POLISH FOOD AND MUSIC. OPEN TO PUBLIC -NO COVER CHARGE.
MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR KIDS UNDER 12 (AND OLDER)
POLISH FOOD AND BEER WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
Enjoy a special garden workshop in the Children’s Discovery Garden with Jimbo’s… Naturally! Escondido.
Learn to make Ants on a Log with us! Parents and little ones will get to participate and learn together.
Included with Museum Admission.
The geologic history of San Diego was dominated by the interplay of oceanic and continental tectonic plates that collided over millions of years to form a volcanic and mountainous terrain that was subsequently eroded and uplifted to expose the landscape that we see today. This tour will examine a geologic cross-section of San Diego County beginning at the coast and extending to the highest elevations of the Peninsula Range. Visits will be made to the major rock types present including coastal sediments, volcanics, metamorphic intrusives, pegmatites, and metasedimentary rocks. The use of these rock types for stone tool and pottery production will be discussed.
The tour will meet at the parking lot of the Old Town Transit Center. This tour includes easy to moderate short-distance walking. Transportation and lunch will be provided. Cost: $60; Members and Students $45
About the Presenter
Dr. John Hildebrand is a Distinguished Professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the co-Director of the Scripps Center for Marine Archaeology. He has been involved in local archaeology for more than 40 years. He has a BS from University of California San Diego and a PhD from Stanford University, and has conducted studies in marine geophysics, geoarchaeology and marine mammal biology.
About the San Diego’s First Peoples Tour Series
As a supplement to the By Land and By Sea exhibit at the San Diego Archaeological Center, this field trip series will explore the physical locations and landscapes that the first people in the America’s lived in. We will explore early survival strategies and ceremonial practices that archaeologists have uncovered in over 100 years of study in San Diego. We will also hear from the descendants of these First Peoples and their understanding of how they came to be in San Diego.
Play, learn, explore and discover with Kindergarten Readiness Camp at the Museum!
Going to school the first time can seem a little scary, but we are here to show you that learning with friends can be fun! Kindergarten Readiness Camp is designed for children ages 4-6 years old who are getting ready to enter Pre-Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten, or Kindergarten.