Day: September 10, 2015
Sept 18-20: Ventura California Beer Festival
Tickets at : http://www.eventbrite.com/e/california-beer-festival-ventura-sept-18th-19th-20th-tickets-16885537096?aff=es2
Friday, September 18
Start your weekend off at CBF’s Food & Beer Pairing Competition! Taking place Friday, September 18th 5:30pm at City Hall overlooking Downtown Ventura! Five Brewmasters will be paired up with Five Gourmet local Chefs competing for your palate and vote for best food and beer pairing! This VIP event includes food samples, beer, live music and (1) CBF souvenir pint glass! You must be 21 years of age or older to attend.
CRAFT BEER HEAVEN
Saturday, September 19, 12:30 – 5pm
(VIP Session begins at 11: 30 am, General Admission Gates at 12:30 pm, Beer Sampling 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm)
Ending Ventura County Beer Week is THE Legendary, California Beer Festival (CBF) back at beautiful Mission Park in downtown Ventura! Saturday September 19th, come experience Craft Beer Heaven with beers on tap, food trucks and live music throughout the day! This is a chance to expand your mind and educate yourself on new and old styles of craft beer!
california BLUES AND BREWS FESTIVAL
Sunday, September 20, 11am-6pm
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Downtown Ventura Organization to foster a vibrant commercial and cultural district.
DTLA Art Walk: 2nd Thursdays
Nov 14: San Diego Music & Sports Combine
San Diego Music & Sports Combine
Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PST) San Diego, CA
Ticket information: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/san-diego-music-sports-combine-tickets-18283717090?aff=es2
Location: NTC Liberty Station – 2645 Historic Decatur, San Diego, CA 92106
$40. Ticket price includes 8 tastings in the craft beer/wine garden (12-4pm); multiple game options and sports — sign up onsite! Experience Ultimate Disc Clinics with the San Diego Growlers professional Ultimate Disc team; as well as WAKA Kickball & Social Sports’ challenges; a variety of games, sports and live music by The Devastators, Sure Fire Soul Ensemble and China Clippers with special guest DJ Peter James! Plus a percentage of the ticket price will be donated to support underfunded local music/sports programs.
We are excited to feature sports that anyone can play onsite (individuals or form a two-person team) — right on the spot.
- There are no refunds OR exchanges.
- All attendees must be 21+ in beer garden and games participate with a valid ID. Nobody will be allowed into the beer garden who is under 21 or who doesn’t have a valid ID.
- Tickets will be emailed by Eventbrite. You must bring this ticket to the event where it will be scanned.
- Brewers and wines subject to change.
Why Join Us the San Diego Music & Sports Combine?
San Diego Music & Sports Combine focuses on sports, live music, food and beers and ciders featuring fall and winter seasonal ingredients. By attending, you’ll be able to sample seasonal focused beers from some of the best craft breweries! We are excited to showcase a diverse line up of sports, games, bands from several genres, tasty food and exhibitors!
How Much Does It Cost?
Pre-sale: For only $40. you’ll get admittance which includes:
- 8 Craft Beer Tastings
- Concert featuring THREE amazing bands
- Sports challenges, games, clinics
- Entry into a raffle to win FREE League Registration with WAKA Kickball & Social Sports!
- More being prizes announced!
Day of Ticket Price: $48.
Oct 11: Marina Del Rey
Thursdays:213 Night Market DTLA
213 Night Markets @ Downtown Art Walk
ART WALK MATTERS
EVERY THURSDAY 5:00-11:00 pm
A bit of a spin from your average night market. 213 Night Market takes place during the Downtown Art Walk, a monthly event that boast up to 25,000 people in attendance. Independent Artisans, Food Trucks, Live Art, Acoustic Acts, Special Guest Performances and more.
Art Walk DTLA
West 4th Street
269 S. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Are you a Vendors or Food Truck? Click here for information on how to participate
Sept 19: Santa Ana College
Santa Ana College
1530 West 17th Street Santa Ana, CA 92706
Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Santa Ana College – at 100 years old – is one of the oldest college’s in California.
More than 3,000 guests are expected to attend the September 19 Centennial Birthday Party – the largest organized event in college history.
In partnership with Downtown Inc., a Beer and Wine Garden will include drink and food pairings from Robbins Nest, Gecko, Mar, Diego’s, Velvet Lounge, Gypsy Den, Good Beer Company, Wine Exchange, Luna Kutsi-The Art of Mexican Food, and Ninjas with Appetite.
Food Truck Row participants include Sol Agave, The Cut, LLC., The Burnt Truck, Chef TLC’s Sidewalk Café, Scooter’s Italian Ice, Buqqa Truck, Chunk N’ Chip, Mustache Mike’s Italian Ice and Classic Tacos.
An educational Community Expo will feature 30 local nonprofit organizations representing healthcare, education, legaland other programs offering free or reduced feeservices.
Children’s activities include the Disneyland Resort-sponsoredImagination Playground, games,sportsclinics,craftsand prizes.
The City of Santa Ana will showcase its Traffic Safety Rodeo – a pedestrian and traffic safety program with special, educational and fun presentations. An appearance by the Santa Ana Police Department mounted unit will be featured.
Santa Ana College student actors dressedin period costumesdating back toWorld War II, the 60s,disco era, will share vignettes reflecting on college and community history throughout the evening.
A Vintage Car Show will feature an automobile representing decades from the last 100 years. One example is a 1959 220S Mercedes convertible that once belonged to Prince Rainer and Princess Grace Kelly.
For additional information about Santa Ana College’s centennial celebration or to sign up to receive centennial news, visit www.sac.edu/100 or call 714.564.6075.
Event and Entertainment Timeline:
Nov 7: Las Vegas, Comic Book Festival
This year’s scheduled guest line-up includes Jen Van Meter (Hopeless Savages), Chris Staros (Top Shelf Productions), Russell Lissau (Old Wounds), Dan Schkade (San Hannibal), Spencer Brinkerhoff III (Studios B3), Ben Saunders (University of Oregon) and Shannon Watters (BOOM! Studios), plus live music by The DoubleClicks and Molly Lewis.
General admission is FREE, but for your small donation of $5 (proceeds will benefit the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District Foundation), you’ll receive these VIP benefits:
- VIP badge featuring exclusive artwork
- Limited-edition poster
- Swag bag featuring free goodies from some of your favorite publishers and creators
- High-fives and warm fuzzies
Do I need a ticket to attend the event?
No. General admission to the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival is free. But your VIP ticket helps support the free activities, and gets you some cool stuff in the process!
Is there an age limit to enter the event?
The Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival is open to all ages.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It is very helpful to bring your ticket with you, either using the Eventbrite phone app, by showing your confirmation email on your mobile device, or having a printed ticket in hand. Because often people register children for this event, they don’t always have IDs, so having verification in the form of a ticket helps us make sure you get your goodies–and that no one else gets yours!
Sept 19 : Coronado, Family Fun Day
Special Needs Playdate is Hosting their 1st Annual Family Fun Day!
Join us to celebrate our Special Families achievements at our 1st Annual Family Fun Day. Proceeds benefit Special Needs Playdate a 501c(3)Charity focusing on socialization for families of all abilities. 1st 100 families get grab bags! Arrive early as parking is limited.
Open to the public and FREE admission.
*Carnival games, prizes, bounce houses, face painting, obstacle course, music, food and resource fair!
*Multiple silent auction items
*Raflles throughout the day
RSVP on our FB
Sept 19: Rancho Cucamonga, Service Fair
This family centered event is designed to promote opportunities for citizens to volunteer as well as advertise the many services being rendered throughout Rancho Cucamonga.
For a nominal fee, organizations are invited to set up booths that provide interactive activities as they share their service needs and accomplishments. Also included in the Service Fair are food trucks, carnival food for purchase, and performances by local schools and entertainment groups. You won’t want to miss being a part of this dynamic new tradition in Rancho Cucamonga.