HANUKKAH X: FIRE & STARS
SUNDAY, DEC. 22
TRILOGY, LA JOLLA
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Soul X + Audrey’s Tent present to you this special experience at Trilogy in La Jolla on the 1st night of Hanukkah. Join us for a transformative guided experience as we celebrate Hanukkah, journeying through fire, lights, stars, and sound as we integrate its powerful message of light over darkness into our lives.
We will begin on the Rooftop with a fire show & Menorah lighting.
Because this night occurs on the Winter Solstice – the darkest day of the year, we will observe the stars through a telescope and learn about the galaxy with Cosmologist & Professor of Physics at UCSD, Brian Keating.
We will then head down to the 2nd floor for a private guided Sound Meditation on 8 messages of wisdom we can take into our lives from the 8 lights of the Menorah, guided by Rabbi Bortz and John Beck.
We will cap off our event with an LED Movement Show, Dreidel Tournament, and special parting gifts. Happy Hanukkah!
Special Gift: The first 35 attendees will be gifted a free copy of the book: Losing The Nobel Prize: A Story of Cosmology, Ambition, and the Perils of Science’s Highest Honor.
*Adults of all ages, as well as students in High School & College are all welcome to attend*
Susie Lotzof – California Dreamin’ Acrylic on canvas – framed and wired 13 x 25
– great to hang in any kid’s room – Value $400 – Minimum bid $100 – & now you bid!
Narisa Broderick – Original Oil on Canvas – 22 x 28 – Value $400 – Minimum bid $100 – Your bid?
Ilana Silverman – African Lady with Fruit Basket – Original Acrylic on Canvas – 16 x 20
Value $750 – minimum bid – $150 …. make a bid!!
Pamela Nathan – ‘Oh So Pink!’ Watercolor on Paper – 11 x 14 – Value $85 – minimum bid $20 -Make your bid!
Atara Baker – Series VI Oil on canvas – mixed media – 48 x 40 – Value $4200 – You can have it for $1000 – Atara has exhibited in NYC Galleries – click here to see Atara Baker’s Bio
Jenifer Broomberg – Pears – 18 x 14 – Oil on Canvas – Value $500 – You can have it for $141.00
Tova Galgut – A Vase in your Life – mixed media – 16 x 20 – $150 value – Minimum bid $35 – What’s your bid?
Join us for a fun filled afternoon of music, entertainment and great food.
- Art Exhibition of talented local artists
- Silent Auction with fantastic offers
- Raffle galore
Entertainment for Kids
Daisy Slime | Art & Painting | Gepetto’s Activity Booth |Jumper with Slide
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Mandell Weiss Eastgate Park at the JCC – Entrance on Eastgate Mall
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WHEN: Sunday, October 27th 12-3
Mandell Weiss Community Park @ JCC
Eastgate Mall, La Jolla.
USE ENTRANCE ON EASTGATE MALL
- Entertainment – music, singer, comedian
- Art Exhibition – available for purchase
- Silent Auction & Raffle – Great Prizes
- Kid’s Activities – Daisy Slimes, Gepetto’s Activity Tent & more!
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The hit musical about the birthplace of some of the greatest songs of all time, now extended through September 1!
33 1/3 – House of Dreams tells the story of the legendary Gold Star Recording Studios and its co-founder, lead engineer and hit maker Stan Ross. In Hollywood for 33 1/3 years, Gold Star was the birthplace of some of the greatest pop and rock hits of all time. Experience the creation of the music of a young Phil Spector and his Wall of Sound, The Beach Boys, Sonny and Cher, Tina Turner, The Righteous Brothers, Ritchie Valens and many, many more. You won’t believe the 30 song playlist, which includes rock n’ roll classics such as “Summertime Blues,” “La Bamba,” “Good Vibrations,” “Be My Baby,” “Unchained Melody,” “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” and, yes, even “In A Gadda Da Vida.” Thirty actors, dancers and a live band will raise the roof of the Lyceum this summer!
Jonathan Rosenberg and Brad Ross
With additional contributions by
Steve Gunderson and Javier Velasco
Directed and Choreographed by
Musical Direction and Arrangements by
Produced in association with
R&R Productions, LLC — Brad Ross, Jonathan Rosenberg, Michael Kruke, 33 1/3 HOD SD, LLC — Jerri-Ann and Gary Jacobs, Ramesh Narasimhan, Leesa and George Weisz, and The San Diego School for Creative and Performing Arts
August 1 – September 1, 2019
Lyceum Stage, Downtown