LIVE ART... with refreshments! LIVE painting by Donna Salazar. LIVE music from IWXO. LIVEly fellow art lovers!! Join us as we raise funds to continue to host FREE art classes for local Non-profits. Need more information - call us at 760-591-3010 or check out our website!
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WOW First Wednesdays: Free Concert by Young Blues ...
Center offers cure for the mid-week blues with WOW First Wednesdays free concert series Youth blues trio, Wyatt Lowe & the Youngbloods, to perform Dec. 4 Finding it hard to get over the hump? The WOW First Wednesdays concert series at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (the Center) will help you bust out of that mid-week slump and get you groovin' toward the weekend. The best part? It's completely free! And there are three show times to choose from! Held the first Wednesday of the month in the 400-seat Center Theater, the WOW First Wednesdays series boasts a diverse lineup, with performances expertly curated to fulfill every musical desire. There are concerts at 1, 4 and 7 p.m. THE LINEUP: DECEMBER SHOWCASES YOUNG BLUES TRIO An all-youth blues trio whose members have spent their formative years rockin' the So Cal blues scene, Wyatt Lowe & the Youngbloods will take the Center Theater stage Wed., Dec. 4. The band consists of Wyatt Lowe (age 15, guitar and vocals), Jaxun Blinn (age 15, drums) and Connor Patlan (age 15, bass). Wyatt Lowe & the Youngbloods have quickly turned into a hot "young gun" band focused on playing driving, soulful Blues, Rockabilly and Roots. They recently returned from the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tenn., representing San Diego in the Youth Showcase, where they played in some of the most famous blues clubs in the country (Wet Willies, Hard Rock Cafe and B.B. King's Blues Club). For the boys, blues music truly is in their blood. Wyatt "Sodapop" Lowe was born and raised into the genre at Chappy's Roadhouse, his family's BBQ and Blues restaurant in Temecula, California. Jaxun "Dropstix" Blinn is the son of San Diego blues icon Scottie Blinn, front man for the Mississippi Mudsharks and Black Market III. And Connor "Chulo" Patlan, Wyatt's school band buddy, grew up under the musical influence of his uncle, Noel "Toca" Rivera, percussionist for Jason Mraz. Wyatt Lowe & the Youngbloods' crossover between traditional blues and rockabilly gives their music a punch, and the band's self-titled EP has received worldwide airplay. In addition to their original music, the trio features covers from John Lee Hooker, T-Bone Walker, Lightnin' Hopkins, Jimmie Vaughan, The Ghastly Ones, The Black Keys and many more. And critics agree: their talent belies their age. "Back in the day for Wyatt Lowe was what, elementary school? But he is both comfortable and credible in his role as a front man and he knows his way around blues chords and blues scales and appears to be able to solo endlessly in long streams and phrases that contain well-oiled quotes to many of the greats. Kid's got chops. So do the Youngbloods, for that matter -- Jaxon Blinn on drums, and bassist Connor Patlan." - Dave Good, San Diego Reader (June 23, 2012) The band announced in July that the Lowe family, longtime Temecula residents, would be relocating to Jackson Hole, Wyo., so the Dec. 4 concerts in Escondido will be a reunion show for the boys and their fans. For more information on the band, visit http://www.wyattloweandtheyoungbloods.com. WHAT CONCERTGOERS NEED TO KNOW Doors open 1 hour prior to showtime. The shows are free but fill up fast, with tickets handed out on a first-come, first-seated basis. Center members, however, can reserve their seats. Memberships are available starting at $50, which includes reserved seating for four. Ten seats can be reserved with a $100 contribution. Donations can be made online at the Center's website or by calling (760) 839-4138. To see the full schedule for the 2013-14 WOW First Wednesdays concert series, visit http://www.artcenter.org/performances/1314wow.
Escondido Chocolate Festival returns on Feb 8th 20...
The Escondido Downtown Business Association eDBA is happy to announce the return of For the love of Chocolate & 2nd Saturday "Sweet Art" Festival. Saturday February 8th 2014 Pairings from 1:00PM to 5:30PM Downtown Escondido on Grand Ave. Chocolate Paired with Wines Chocolate Paired with Beers Taste and Shop on Sweet Street Restaurant and Spa Specials Horse & Carriage Rides Special Valentine treats and treaments at downtown spas and restaurants $35/person for 10+ Chocolate Pairings (limited number of tickets avaliable)
Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze: HOME
ArtHatch and Distinction Gallery are excited to present a stunning Solo Exhibition featuring the artwork of Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze. This exhibit will highlight Cathrine's most current paintings focused on the human figure and images of fairground scenes. Cathrine will be in attendance at the Opening Reception to meet, greet and answer questions. The Opening Reception with Live Music will be held on Saturday, December 14 from 6-10pm. Complimentary Stone beer and wine will be served to guests. Born and raised in Germany, Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze moved to the United States in 1994 where she works as a full time artist. She credits her father for inspiring her love of painting. "Sitting side by side with my father, I learned very early what painting meant to me, and it became a special bond to my father and me."??Edlinger-Kunze devotes most of her time to sketching and painting the figure, explaining "the human face and body always fascinated me...the body is the perfection of form, movement and nature." Much of the artist's recent subject matter revolves around performers and dancers, recalling the delicacy of Degas' ballerinas and the quietude of Picasso's saltimbanques.??Edlinger-Kunze has shown her work since 1985 and has exhibited in Germany, Italy and the United States; and counts collectors from Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. She currently resides in Carlsbad, California. The exhibition will run from December 11 - January 4, 2013
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Palomar Gem & Mineral Club Annual Show
The Palomar Gem & Mineral Club will hold its 2014 annual show at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA. There will be dealers selling rock rough, finished stones, jewelry, beads, and other rock related products. Lapidary and jewelry demonstrations will be available as well as educational displays and free gem identification. Admission is $3 for adults. Children under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult. Parking is free.The proceeds from this show support club activities and enable us to maintain a lapidary shop for member use. Membership is open to the public. Contact the club at (760) 743-0809 or Mike Bagstad, Show Chair, (760) 489-1897 email@example.com. Web page www.palomargem.org.
Escondido Farmers' Market every Tuesday 2:30-6 pm
The Downtown Escondido Certified Farmers' Market and Other Purveyors, an open-air marketplace celebrating 15 years of operation, is located in the heart of the historic Downtown Commercial and Antique District of Escondido, where local small farmers and California growers sell the freshest seasonal fruits and vegetables (many organic), flowers, herbs, nuts, eggs and honey. You will also find gourmet chocolates, salsas, European breads, tamales, coffees, crafts, clothing and jewelry. Enjoy the tastes of the many ready-to-eat foods at the market or take them home for a great dinner! Vendor Requirements: Product must be grown in California, Product must be sold by producer, Product must be certified by the California Department of Agriculture.
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