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LOTS of anniversary celebrations this weekend! What are you planning to do in the Gaslamp Quarter?

Thursday, March 2:

Werewolf

Three Years Old Celebration

Time flies when you’re having fun! We’ve been serving the Gaslamp for almost 3 years. To thank all of our amazing guests, we’re throwing a big party we think everyone will enjoy! All day long we’ll be treating our guests to something interesting and giving away amazing prizes and drink specials. Stop by March 2nd and let us treat you to a fun party!

When: Thursday, March 2 11:00AM – 2:00AM

Where: 627 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Werewolf

 

Blue Point Coastal Cuisine

4-Course Tasting Menu in March

Mark your calendars this March as Blue Point offers delicious Pacific Northwest Cuisine paired with diverse Washington wines.  Enjoy 4 courses featuring our Hamachi Crudo, Wild Mushroom Ravioli, Lamb Lollipops and mouthwatering Lemon Pound Cake.  Menu is priced at $65 per person with an optional wine pairing for $20, excluding tax and gratuity.  For reservations, please call 619-233-6623.

When: March

Where: 565 Fifth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Blue Point Coastal Cuisine

 

Friday, March 3:

Sparks Gallery

Two Year Anniversary Celebration

Please join us to celebrate Sparks Gallery’s Two Year Anniversary with wine, small bites, performances, and music. Free to attend but RSVP is mandatory for this event.

  • Dance Performance  (Tango With Colette)
  • Jewelry Trunk Show (Bette Barnett)
  • Southern CA Sculptors Live Sculpting (Mark Edward Adams & D.L. Engle)
  • Live Music (Joseph Luna Duo)
  • Palm Readings Available from Artist Alexander Arshansky

When: Friday, March 3 6:00PM – 9:00PM

Where: 530 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Sparks Gallery

 

Union Kitchen & Tap

The 405 – Reggae Latin Fusion

“The 405” | Reggae Latin Fusion Band
10pm-12am (2 Sets) | No Cover | 21+

Sexy Hi-Energy Dance Vibe Covers
The Marleys + Manu Chau + Sublime + J Balvin +++
A bridge between Reggae & Ska to Reggaeton & Pop

When: Friday, March 3 10:00PM – 2:00AM

Where: 333 Fifth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Union Kitchen & Tap

 

Saturday, March 4:

Bubbles Boutique

15th Anniversary Party and Book Signing & Live Reading

10:00AM – 6:00PM:

Cake and Bubbly!! Help us celebrate Bubbles Boutique’s 15th Anniversary and enjoy 15% off store wide!

2:00PM – 5:00PM:

Join us as we welcome Author & Medium Constance Schroder Stewart in for an exclusive book signing!

Connie’s highly inspirational and deeply healing work, The Other Side of the Bayou, consists of cutting energetic cords that bind us to old and counterproductive ways of being.

When: Saturday, March 4

Where: 226 Fifth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Bubbles Boutique

 

The Commons Bar

St. Baldrick’s Shave-a-Thon

Come buzz the fuzz at our 9th annual Shave-A-Thon! By becoming a shavee, you’ll be helping us reach our goal of $50,000 and making a difference in a child’s life.

When: Saturday, March 4 12:00PM – 4:00PM

Where: 901 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: St. Baldrick’s Shave-a-Thon

 

San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

Special Lecture: Framing the Art of Political Legitimacy

Special guest lecturer, Matt Wills, will shed light on the propaganda drawings produced to laud Chairman Mao’s forgotten successor–Hua Guofeng (华国锋).  The production of these images is conventionally seen as Hua’s attempt to emulate the cult of Mao Zedong, but this view is premised on an incorrect assumption: that Hua propaganda had the same purpose as images of Mao. Paying attention to the different political moment in which the posters were produced, Wills argues that because Hua was a relative newcomer to the political stage, Hua propaganda needed to generate power and authority to an extent not seen for Mao. Wills will discuss some of the mechanisms used by artists to “puff up” Hua Guofeng, including creating space, gender and ethnic hierarchies. Furthermore, Wills is going to talk about Hua’s absence from an important trope of Chinese propaganda image: the juxtaposition of the solitary leader against a natural landscape. Visually, Hua’s image was trapped into a dependency on overtly revolutionary figures, settings or objects for validation.

When: Saturday, March 4 2:00PM – 4:00PM

Where: 404 Third Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

Sunday, March 5:

Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House

History Talks! Changing Silhouettes Throughout the 19th Century: Clothing and Understructure

The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation is pleased to announce the return of its popular “History Talks!” series in 2017. The first lecture will be Sunday, March 5th at 3pm in the Horton Grand Atrium. Clothing experts, Cindy Piselli and Valarie LaBore will share their extensive knowledge on the clothing of the 19th century.

Cindy and Valarie are both members and past Presidents of the San Diego Costume Guild, as well as members of the Costumers Guild West.  Cindy is also a member of the Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society.  Valarie has given a presentation on bloomer gowns at the annual ALHFAM conference in Williamsburg, VA. Cindy has co-lectured on fashion here in San Diego with author Garner Palenske, who wrote Wyatt Earp in San Diego.  Both ladies have several years of experience producing and narrating historical fashion shows, and presenting lectures at events such as Costume College, and for various guilds and clubs.

Free for Members, $5 general admission.

When: Sunday, March 5 3:00PM

Where: 410 Island Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House

Coyote Ugly Saloon

3rd Anniversary Party

We are celebrating our 3rd year of business in the Gaslamp on March 5th and we would like nothing more than for YOU to join us for the party. From 4pm-2am we will be celebrating our time in the gaslamp. Our theme is battle of the sexes and our staff will be competing against each other and you can even get in on the fun and sign up for one of our gender competitions. We will also have battling male and female DJs spinning killer tunes. Hope to see you there!!!! Please feel free to share this event and invite as many people as you would like!

When: Sunday, March 5 4:00PM – 2:00AM

Where: 820 Fifth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Coyote Ugly Saloon

Sparks Gallery

Artist Talk: Southern CA Sculpture / Closing Reception

Visitors to the gallery will be able to talk with the artists and ask questions about their technique and style as they discuss their works on view in “Southern CA Sculpture / A Group Show”.

Free / Open to the Public / No RSVP Required

When: Sunday, March 5 3:00PM – 5:00PM

Where: 530 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101

For more information, please visit: Sparks Gallery

 

Werewolf

Blue Point Coastal Cuisine

Sparks Gallery

Union Kitchen & Tap

Bubbles Boutique

The Commons Bar

San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House

Coyote Ugly Saloon