Calendar: Friday, March 7, 2014


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!

The School For Lies

Playwright David Ives (Venus in Fur) pulls out all the stops in a deliciously witty, over-¬‐the-¬‐top farce, THE SCHOOL FOR LIES, a San Diego premiere presented by North Coast Repertory Theatre. As in Molière’s The Misanthrope upon which it is based, the elaborately costumed characters play out their decadent lives in elegant 17th century French drawing rooms. However, the situations and scandals are decidedly 21st century ― frivolous lawsuits, sleazy lawyers, flip-¬‐flops, and rock ‘n roll ―to name a few. In a stunning display of verbal acrobatics, Ives has his scheming, gossiping characters speak in hilarious rhyming couplets that will leave the audience weak with laughter as they anticipate the zinger that always comes. Be prepared for an evening of unabashed merriment.


This exciting and informative workshop will provide attendees an overview of the design build process and an understanding of its benefits. Case studies will be provided to show the benefits of design build on a wide variety of project types from repair and maintenance to major facility construction, upgrades or renovation. Attendees will learn about the ways to procure and perform projects utilizing design-build contract delivery method; and the additional educational resources available. Owners will also discuss how they use design build to facilitate contracting, reduce risk and increase innovation in their projects.

How To Successfully Fend Off Attacking Dog

San Diego County #2 in Nation for Dog Attacks on Letter Carriers. Experience what mail carriers face every day! “Sit Means Sit” Dog Trainers will be conducting dog safety training with local San Diego carriers. Surprisingly, letter carriers are only the third most likely group to experience a dog bite. Children and the elderly rank first and second respectively. In fact, children are 900 times more likely to be bitten than letter carriers. Increased education about dog safety will not only benefit our carriers, it will benefit the public as well.
Real Estate8:00a

Contract Essentials & the CA Residential Purchase Agreement

It is important that every real estate agent, whether they are representing the buyer or the seller, have a thorough understanding of the forms they are using in a real estate transaction. This full-day course, taught by a real estate broker/attorney, will give you information on the four basic contract agreements that you will work with on a regular basis.
Real Estate9:00a

Paragon MLS Training (Kearny Mesa)

The new Paragon MLS system is easy to navigate with lots of onscreen help. Its clean layout makes using the system more intuitive, and there’s even a new client connect module for more efficient prospecting and communicating between agents and clients. Paragon provides multi-tasking capabilities that allow agents to save time conducting property searches, creating comparative market analyses (CMAs), updating listing information, and completing other tasks in a single view on their computers. It also works on a Mac or PC, and is mobile responsive. You’re encouraged to take all three sessions, either in the morning or afternoon.

Beautiful, Brilliant and Brave: A Celebration of Black Women

An Exhibit Celebrating Black Women Throughout the Diaspora. This exhibit celebrates the diverse beauty, brilliance and bravery of Black women throughout the world and highlights many local women that have made amazing contributions within their communities and professions. Our guest curator, Starla Lewis, is a longtime professor of Black History at Mesa Community College views the exhibit focus from a viewpoint well honed after 25 years of study and teaching the topic within the social scope of American life.

Annual Fashion Redux Competition

The San Diego History Center (SDHC) has again partnered with Mesa College Fashion professors and students in a unique and historically inspired fashion competition. Fashion students from The Fashion Program at San Diego Mesa College Drapery and Basic Construction classes viewed the History Center’s Historic Clothing Collection and chose three inspiration pieces dating from the 1930s. These Depression-era pieces were then reinterpreted by the students and entered for the competition’s judging at the History Center.

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