Calendar: Thursday, June 26, 2014

Arts

Milvotchkee, Visconsin

The story of a woman experiencing various stages of dementia. A comedy about tragedy, this play is uniquely told through the lens of Molly herself as she journeys through this new territory and finds hope in her new life.
Arts

Twelfth Night

Shakespeare's Comic Delight, set at the Hotel Del in 1949! We celebrate with the Bard's effervescent comedy of love, longing, impersonation and mistaken identity.
Defense

US Navy League Convention

Convention attendees will focus on military issues relating to family and spouses, legislative affairs, youth programs, and more. Convention activity highlights include a sunset cruise on the America, town hall meeting with the National President, NASSCO shipyard visit, submarine tour, exhibits featuring a watercraft display, a San Diego Padres game, and other receptions and luncheons throughout the week. In addition, a fundraising event aboard the Berkeley will help support local charities, including Home Front San Diego, Next Step Service Dogs, and Armed Services YMCA Warrior Care Initiative.
Entertainment

Harlem Globe Trotters Summer Clinics

Back by popular demand, the world famous Harlem Globetrotters team up with 24 Hour Fitness® to host a total of 30 Summer Clinics in the San Diego area from June 17-28 for boys and girls ages 6-12. Globetrotters stars Handles Franklin and Hammer Harrison are the players scheduled to conduct the clinics (players subject to change).
Finance

AFP June Luncheon

Event topic: Treasury Connected. Guest speaker, Bo Stark, VP of Strategy, Kyriba.
Finance

Annual Income Tax Seminar

7.5 hours of MCLE and tax specialization credit for attorneys (including 1 hour of ethics) 9 hours of CPE for CPAs; 9 hours of continuing education credit for Enrolled Agents.
Business7:00a

BREAKFAST DIALOGUE FEATURES SEATTLE’S TALES OF TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

., Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) will host leaders from Seattle’s Department of Transportation, Regional Transit Agency (Sound Transit) and the nonprofit Transportation Choices Coalition, who will share tales and lessons for effective planning in an era of diminishing budgets. C-3 is bringing these Seattle professionals to its monthly Breakfast Dialogue, where they will inspire San Diego’s planners to succeed in the city’s own projects and challenges. Dana C. Hook, immediate past chair of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) International Board and C-3 board member, will moderate.
Construction8:00a

Fall Protection for the Competent Person

This course introduces students to the federal and Cal/OSHA construction safety standards regarding Fall Protection. Through this course, the use of lecture, videos, and demonstration assist the student in preparation of assuming the role of Competent Person as specified by OSHA 1926 and 1910; ANSI A10 and A14; and Z359 regulations. Pacific Safety Center invites you to participate in their Fall Protection training session to acquire skills in becoming proactive at every construction site you will work on.
Business4:00p

All Chamber Mega Mixer VIII

Mix, mingle and find your next customer! The cost to attend is one of your business cards or $1 or reserve a Table Top display $100.
Law5:00p

PERSPECTIVES FROM THE TRENCHES: A CONVERSATION ABOUT LIFE & LAW

Legal scholars, judges, and senior attorneys at the top of their game inspire admiration, hero worship, and, let’s face it, a healthy amount of insecurity! The insecurity that we are not like them, that we cannot possibly overcome what they have, and that we will not duplicate their success no matter what insightful wisdom they share. In the spirit of showcasing the many faces, and the many stages, of success, the Honorable M. Margaret McKeown will kick off an interview-style conversation with two successful appellate attorneys in mid-career about their often parallel, occasionally intertwined, and surprisingly different personal and professional journeys in the law. Space is limited, register online by June 20, 2014.
Arts6:00p

Artist in Residence, Beverly Penn

Weeds, rather than flowers, are the source material for Penn's tenderly crafted bronze sculptures. The fragile balance between the natural world and the manufactured environment is everywhere.
Construction6:00p

2014 Awards Banquet and 60th Anniversary Party

It's that time of the year again to award members who have made a significant contribution to the CSI San Diego Chapter over the last fiscal year and to install the Board of Directors who will steer and serve the Chapter in the coming year. Additionally, this year marks the 60th Anniversary of the San Diego Chapter. This event offers FREE ADMISSION for CSI Members and $30 for Non-Members. Admission includes food and wine.
Law6:00p

What Do Copyrights, Trolls, Sex, Lawyers, Raging Bull and Self-Publishing Have in Common?

Guest speaker: David Branfman of Branfman Law Group. RSVP by June 25 to mhoisington@higgslaw.com. Cost: Free for SDESL members; ticket prices vary from $5 to $20.
Arts7:30p

El Henry

La Jolla Playhouse has announced the latest production in its acclaimed site-based Without Walls (WoW) theatre series: El Henry, written by and starring Culture Clash’s Herbert Siguenza, directed by San Diego REPertory Theatre Artistic Director Sam Woodhouse. Presented in association with San Diego REP.

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