The event is a series of cross country races for students from small schools with a low attandance of 1,400 or less pupils. There will be a total of four varsity and junior varsity races for each gender group. Medals and awards are given in each race. You’re welcome to come and cheer them on.
Date:October 03, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Location: Morley Field Cross Country School (2221 Morley Field Dr.)
In addition to a feast of German food, beer, and music, there are contests, games, and activities that will keep everyone amused all afternoon. If you’re up to it, try to climb the climbing wall. You can ride the Old Town Trolley to go to and from the event.
Date:October 04, 2014
Time:2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: Standley Park & Rec. Center (3585 Governor Dr.)
It’s a beach party! So, put on your swimsuit and head to the beach. There’s live music, sand dancing, beach volleyball, beach tennis, a surf contest, professional skateboarding, and a 5K run. You can shop along the beachfront, stop for lunch or have a beer. A bouncer will keep the kids busy.
Celebration with food, art, music, dance performances, and beer & wine tasting. People can have fun creating pinatas and show them off in a procession. Unveiling of the sign takes place in the evening.
A prelude to the Little Italy Festa. See talented chalk artists create amazing chalk art on the sidewalk known as Gesso Italiano. You can also shop at the Mercato (outdoor market). In the evening, an Italian film will be shown outside on a large screen.
Date:October 11 and 12, 2014
Time: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Location: Chalk Art (Date St. between India St. & Front St.)
The Haunted Trail of Balboa Park & The Haunted Hotel
A haunted forest in the darkness of night is beckoning for you to come and walk upon its trail with eerie sounds, lurking shadows and creepy fingers reaching out for you. Or maybe the creaky door of the haunted hotel is beckoning for you to go inside.
The Gaslamp District is showcasing traditional favorites to lavish luxury cars. Get a close look at Italian exotics such as the Farrari and Maserati and American classics such as the Thunderbird and Corvette.
Alzheimer’s disease is effecting about one in 85 people. Currently, there is no cure. Proceeds from this 5K walk will provide funding for research programs and services. The walk is accompanied by an expo.
Come hungry for a feast of German foods (bratwurst sausage, red cabbage, sauerkraut, potato salad, coleslaw, roll, apple strudel) and spirits from the Biergarten. Learning Bavarian folk dances and instruction in yodeling. It’s a load of fun!
Date:October 24, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Location: Hilltop Community Park (9711 Ovledo Way)