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Recommended method: A quick guide to online and face-to-face entertainment and experience

The Lahoya Light Presents this ongoing list of online activities and local face-to-face events.

Lecture and learning

•• Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd A free public forum hosted by the University of California, San Diego, online at 5:30 pm on Friday, July 29, at the Los Auditorium of the Sanford Regenerative Medicine Consortium at Torrey Pines Scenic Drive 2880 in La Jolla. Discuss the relationship. The talk will be moderated by Caroline Freund, Dean of the UCSD Global Policy and Strategy School. Prime Minister Pradeep Kosla gives opening remarks.Register with

• Gifts from Yiddishland, California Jews-Spanish for beginners (Radino) Online from August 2nd to Tuesday at 1pm. The 6-week course focuses on the cultural history of vocabulary, grammar, communication, and language. $ 120 for 6 sessions, or $ 25 per class.

• • Pen-to-paper writing classIt will take place Thursday at 1:00 pm at the La Jolla / Riford Library on 7555 Draper Ave. Weekly classes are for writers aged 18 and over of all experience levels. free. (858) 552-1657

Family and children

• La Jolla / Riford Library “Luau in the library” Friday, July 29th, 10am, 7555 Draper Ave. Events include hula performances, light meals and more.

Health & Fitness

• Buddy yoga gifts “Mother / Daughter Yoga-Stimulates a Healthy Friendship with Erica Ludo” Saturday, August 13th at 1:00 pm at 7843 Girard Ave. in La Jolla. For girls 8-12 years old and their mothers. $ 49 per pair.

• La Hoya Women’s Club Presents “Gentle yoga” Thursday at 11:30 am 7791 Draper Ave. Weekly classes are for all levels and are open to the public. $ 15.

Art and culture

• La Jolla Community Center and La Jolla Art Association Art demonstration Thursday, July 28, 4 pm, 6811 La Jolla Blvd. Watercolor painter Minnie Valero will demonstrate the difference between traditional watercolor paper and synthetic waterproof paper YUPO. free. Registration is required.

• BFree Studio gift “Lumina La Jolla … and other lovable landscapes” Thursday, July 28th, 5pm at 7857 Girard Ave. in La Jolla. This event will feature an artist talk with La Jolla. Kathryn Anthony And a digital display of her photographs. free. To register, please visit the following Click “Events”.

• Athena Music & Arts Library presents its opening reception 30th Jury Exhibition Friday, July 29th, 6:30 pm, at Wall Street 1008 in Lahora. Selected artists will be exhibiting their work until Friday, September 2nd. free.

• Lahora Music Association has an annual Summerfest “Opening Night: Side by Side” Friday, July 29th, 6:30 pm at Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, 7600 Fay Avenue. Performances are composed in collaboration with multiple composers or performed by multiple performers on the same instrument. Over $ 53.

Jazmine Mitts will participate in the step-by-step reading of

Jazzmin Mitz will participate in a step-by-step reading of the Lahoya Theater Ensemble “Sweet Spot: The Fleeting Glory of Altea Gibson and Angela Buxton” on Saturday, July 30th and Monday, August 1st.

(Provided by Lahoya Theater Ensemble)

• The Lahoya Theater Ensemble “Sweet Spot: The Fleeting Glory of Althea Gibson and Angela Buxton” Saturday, July 30th, 2:00 pm, Monday, August 1st, 6:00 pm, La Jolla / Rifford Library, 7555 Draper Avenue. Lawn tennis. Proposed donation of $ 10.

• RB Stevenson Gallery “Multiple insights” Saturday, July 30th at 5pm at 7661 Girard Ave. in La Jolla. The exhibition, featuring paintings and sculptures by carefully selected gallery artists, will run until Saturday, August 27th. free.

• Athena Music & Arts Library Jenny Shine Man Quintet Saturday, July 30th, 7:30 pm, at Wall Street 1008 in Lahora. The performance features music written by Shineman in the wilderness of Northern California during the COVID-19 pandemic. Athenaeum members are $ 35. $ 40 for non-members.

• Presented by the Kiwanis Club in La Jolla Supermar and her motel swing orchestra Sunday, July 31st, 3:30 pm, at Scripps Park on 1100 Coast Blvd. The performance is part of the club’s sea concert series. free.

• Presented by the Lahora Music Association “Open Rehearsal II” Tuesday, August 2nd, 2:30 pm, at the Conrad Pre-Beads Performing Arts Center on 7600 Fay Avenue. Guests can observe the Summerfest rehearsal and talk to the artist during the post-rehearsal question and answer session. free.

• Warwick bookstores introduce authors Karen Cushman Online at noon on Wednesday, August 3rd. Cushman discusses her new book, Warand Millie McGonigle, in a conversation between Debby Parrish, director of the San Diego History Center, and Sonia Teder-Moore, a children’s bookstore in Warwick. free.

• La Jolla Community Center and La Jolla Art Association Art exhibition Until Friday, August 5th, 6811 La Jolla Blvd. Twelve artists are exhibiting 70 works in a combination of media such as acrylic, oil, digital and photography. free.

Chris Sawson's art will be exhibited at the Quint Gallery's

Chris Sawson’s art will be exhibited at the Quint Gallery’s “New Sculpture” exhibition in La Jolla on Saturday, August 6th.

(Provided by Quint Gallery)

• Quint Gallery Gifts “New sculpture” It begins on Saturday, August 6th at 7655 Girard Ave. in La Jolla. The exhibition, featuring works by San Diego artists Adam Belt and Christopher Pugio, and Bay Area artist Chris Sawson, will include an artist talk and opening reception at 5 pm on Saturday, August 13. The show will run until Saturday, September 17th. free.

• Lahora Library friends attend “Aude to the Blue Forest”Until Saturday, August 13th at 7555 Draper Ave. in La Jolla. The exhibit features a blueprint by La Jolla photographer and marine scientist Oriana Poindexter. free.

• La Hora Playhouse Presents“Here are the blueberries”Until Sunday, August 21st, at the Sheila and Hughes Potika Theater on 2910 La Jolla Village Drive. The play is about an unprecedented World War II era photo album discovered by an archivist at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Over $

• L & G project announces exhibition“Here Comes the Sun”Until Saturday, August 27th, at 7940 Herschel Avenue in La Jolla. The show features the work of Israeli artist Orit Fuchs. free.

• Announced by the Lahoya Historical Society“Voice from Lesbian”Until 780 Prospect St on Sunday, September 4th. The exhibition aims to remind viewers of the continued presence of Native Americans in Southern California and some of the art they create. free.

Gala and events

• La Jolla Community Center“Member Thanks Grill & Chill”Friday, July 29th, 5pm, 6811 La Jolla Blvd. Anyone can attend, including burgers, hot dogs and beer. Free for community center members. $ 25 for non-members. Registration is required.

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