Calendar: Thursday, February 6, 2014

Arts

The Foreigner

Shy Englishman Charlie BAker finds himself in a rural Georgia fishing lodge where everyone comes to believe he doesn't speak English. And we're off on one wilde adventure! We open our 2014 Season with one of the funniest plays of the 20th Century!
Technology

Wind Power Summit 2014

Join us for the Finance & Investment Summit. Continuing education credits available. Flashdrives and materials to be provided on-site.
Education8:00a

Coaching the Experienced Driver

This concentrated program is for drivers who think they drive defensively. Specifically designed to counter bad driving habits, this course offers comprehensive coverage collision prevention techniques. Participants will complete and receive a Driver Performance Analysis System (DPAS) evaluation, illustrating their skills based on the following areas: Driver and Traffic Knowledge, Traffic Perceptual skills, Traffic Risk and Driver and Traffic Procedures.
Law8:00a

Secrets to Giving a Superior Deposition

Gain insight into the nature of an expert deposition. Speaker, Brian P. Brinig, JD, CPA/ABV, ASA and Principal of Brinig & Co., Inc.
Arts10:00a

Cross Currents-Three Visions in Clay

Three San Diego ceramists, Levi Casias, Lee Puffer and John Oliver Lewis, utilize the medium of clay to speak to their personal vision and artistic sensibility. Though each artist prodice a distinctly unique style of work, they share a deep sense of personal iconography and passion to communicate emotionally and intellectually.
Business11:30a

Think Like A Negotiator: Tips to Create Win-Win Results by Understanding the Pitfalls to Avoid

Negotiation is simply discussions to agree on a deal. Whether you are negotiating a multi-million dollar deal or simply where to meet for lunch, improving your negotiation skills will give you more confidence and better results. In this highly charged, content packed presentation Eldonna Fernandez will show you how to find more power, negotiate better deals and create win-win results. You will be energized, empowered and educated to be a better negotiator and understand the art and language of negotiation.
Construction3:00p

Bay Delta Water Project Open House

The problems of the Delta affect all Californians, including San Diegans, and the solutions must also be inclusive. As with any water issue in California, the BDCP is a complicated and multi-faceted proposal. Ensuring complete, timely and accurate public information about the decisions and alternatives presented is important. You are encouraged to attend the upcoming workshop in San Diego to learn more about this initiative and ask any questions you may have of the subject matter experts in attendance.
Business3:30p

10th Annual China Business Outlook

Email info@wtcsd.org or go to www.wtcsd.org for more info.
Construction3:30p

Confined Space

A Complete Confined-Space Training Course Per OSHA Standards of Safety.
Real Estate5:00p

Thirsty Thursday Mixer

Expand your real estate networks by joining the Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS (SDAR's) Young Professionals Network (YPN) for happy hour. Enjoy light appetizers, happy-hour pricing, and great company at this casual mixer, hosted monthly at various locations throughout San Diego.
Construction5:30p

Owner's Night Capital Program Updates

Owners confirmed: SANDAG, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego Unified School District, Sweetwater Unioon High School District.
Law5:30p

2nd Annual Red, White and Brew Event

Save the date! More details to be announced.
Health6:00p

Heart Healthy Wine Mixer

In celebration of Heart Health month, Laura Pinner from the American Heart Association will give a brief informal chat about the AHA. And – did you know February 7 is Wear Red day? Get a jump start and wear something red to the mixer and you’ll be entered to win a raffle for some great wine and other goodies!

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