Holidays

Holiday Happenings 2017

Noche Navidena! Dinner Dance featuring…
Julio de la Huerta and Franky Romeo   JULIO DE LA HUERTA
Immerse yourself in the musical stylings of “El Maestro,” Julio de la Huerta on guitar, the sultry voice of Franky Romeo and other guests!
Enjoy a delicious dinner, musical entertainment and dancing. Don’t miss an incredible night of Latin music!
Ticket includes dinner, 1 glass of wine, dance and valet parking.
Sat, Dec 2. Doors open at 6:30pm.
$30/M, $35/NM.

Winter 2017 Multi Media Art Exhibition and Reception  ArtReception- JW
The Allied Artists Association of San Diego is pleased to present the current work of 21 outstanding San Diego artists. Join us in celebration of the arts, our local artists, and in support of the LJCC. Wine and festive refreshments will be served.
Sat, Dec 2, 4-6pm. Free, open to all.
Exhibition available Dec 2-26.

Annual Holiday Luncheon
Come early to listen to the Gillespie School Choir and enjoy “preholiday” shopping of craft goods. Enjoy a delicious lunch and stick around for
holiday luncheon and shoppingraffles, silent auction and entertainment! Sponsored by Vi at La Jolla Village, Home Care Assistance and Monarch Cottage.
Fri, Dec 8. Doors open 11am-2pm for Holiday Shopping.
Gillespie School Choir performs at 11:45am.
Lunch served at 12:15pm.
FREE/M, $15/NM. Reservations required.

“Winter Soulstice” Concert tina leineweber
The musical group, ‘Ala Fringe created by Tina Leinenweber, will perform a variety of Soul, Gospel, Jazz and R&B in addition to original material with a holiday twist. A UC Berkeley music graduate, Tina performs under the project name ‘Ala Fringe. This R&B soul singer and producer is a San Diego native.

Fri, Dec 15. Doors open at 6:30. Concert at 7pm.
$10/M, $15/NM. Reservations required.

La Jolla Theatre Ensemble presents… 
holiday theatreEnjoy a staged reading of SILKWORMS by Connie Terwilliger, a semi-autobiographical Christmas play about three generations of American women, the oldest of whom emigrated from Italy in 1905 when she was just a young girl.  It is a story of personal growth, reconciliation, understanding and new beginnings.
Sun, Dec 17, 2pm and Mon, Dec 18, 7pm.
$10 Suggested Donation.

Day Trip: Festival of Lights at the Historic Mission Inn
mission_innCapture the wonder and excitement of the holiday season at the spectacular Mission Inn in Riverside and experience the most dazzling holiday spectacle south of the North Pole. This majestic national historic landmark encompasses a city block and is a 320,000-square-foot maze of stained glass and spiral staircases with an architectural mix ranging from Spanish Baroque and Italian Renaissance to hints of Japanese. Witness over four million cascading lights transform the Mission Inn into a land of holiday magic during its annual “Festival of Lights” celebration. You will have time to stroll the adjacent pedestrian shopping area and enjoy lunch on your own at one of several nearby eateries.
Mon, Dec 18. Depart 11am, Return 8pm. $50/M, $70/NM.
Reservation Required. Minimum 20 passengers.