Calendar: Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Arts

Complexities of Cultural Identity Exhibit

Richard A. Lou, "Stories On My Back" and James Luna, "I CON". Two artists examine the complexities of cultural identity in this thought-provoking exhibit.
Arts

Quilters

A musical celebration of the American West. A well-crafted quilt needs a skilled hand, a hopeful spirit and and eye for the order of things. This singular American musical is a celebration of the extraordinary, everyday women who helped settle the West.
Business7:00a

2014 M&A and Growth Capital Markets Outlook

After a slow start at the beginning of 2013, Middle Market M&A activity picked-up steam throughout the year. Will the momentum in activity and valuations continue or moderate in 2014? Panel members representing leading middle-market private equity funds will discuss the current state of M&A and the outlook for 2014, current sectors of interest and factors driving valuation multiples. Recognition of 2014 ACG Cup Participants from San Diego. Speakers: Kurt Wickham/W Partners Brian Kinsman/Bunker Hill Capital Tim Bubnack Huntington Capital Mark Nowak/Endeavor Structured Equity Dennis O'Brien/West Partners
Construction7:00a

Grossmont Union High School District: Contractor Networking and Outreach Event

The Grossmont Union High School District (GUHSD) is hosting a Contractors Networking and Outreach Event, designed to bring the District’s assigned Construction Managers together with local general contractors, subcontractors, and small and/or historically underutilized businesses looking for opportunities on the District’s construction bond program. Thanks to voter-approved Proposition U and other funding sources, our $601 million program is 40% complete. Local firms are sought to help complete the remaining construction and modernization projects for GUHSD high schools, which will provide state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to expand Career Technical Education, Science programs, and Arts education, along with extensive technology upgrades and safety improvements. The event is free for targeted attendees. Firms may register to attend at http://bit.ly/1pGqbrn.
Finance7:00a

2014 M&A and Growth Capital Markets Outlook

After a slow start at the beginning of 2013, Middle Market M&A activity picked-up steam throughout the year. Will the momentum in activity and valuations continue or moderate in 2014? Panel members representing leading middle-market private equity funds will discuss the current state of M&A and the outlook for 2014, current sectors of interest and factors driving valuation multiples.
Real Estate7:30a

ULI April Breakfast: The Future Look of Master Planned Communities

With the shortage of large parcels of land, and a cultural shift to urban development, the face of master planning is changing. Take a look at how our leading developers are approaching their community development and how they are responding to what milennials and baby boomers alike wat in their communities. From sub-urban master plans, to urban community plans, our panelists will explore what residents what today and how they live, work & play in their communities.
Real Estate12:00p

Employer-Assisted Housing (NAR Course)

NAR’s Employer-Assisted Housing (EAH) class is a unique course to help you unlock a new market as well as help address workforce housing issues in your community. Learn how to assist employers to help their employees become homeowners or afford a home close to work. (Lunch provided.)
Education6:00p

SDDC Distinguished Speaker John Zogby

: Understanding, Managing, and Unleashing Our Millennial Generation The San Diego Diplomacy Council and the International Affairs Group are proud to host Mr. John Zogby as he presents a lecture and discussion about his latest book, First Globals. Mr. Zogby, widely known as the prince of polling and Global Ties U.S. Advisory Council member, is the founder of the “Zogby Poll” and the Zogby companies, as well as an internationally respected pollster, opinion leader and best-selling author. Co-written with Joan Snyder Kuhl, First Globals discusses the unique nature of the generation born between 1979 and 1994. This generation is more interested in speaking foreign languages, gaining a global perspective, and choosing careers that build a better world.
Arts8:00p

Live Arts Fest 2014

San Diego Dance Theater presents 10 evenings of incredible Live Arts, from modern dance, to puppetry, to singing and stories imagined. Join us for this festival of moving art! Buy a festival pass and see all 10 performances for only $10 each!

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