Spain and Mexico Celebrate Don Quixote September 29, 2023, 6-9 pm, Balboa Park SanDiego/Alcalá Sister Cities Society and the House of México invite you to a fundraiser to benefit our educational programs.
oin us for a fun evening with art, dance, live music, tapas and sangría, with amazing silent auction item and door prizes and more. Check out the flier below for details and get your ticket now by using this link or the QR code on the flier.
All tickets for the event must be prepaid; tickets will not be available for purchase at the door.
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Penelope Bledsoe, PhD
President, San Diego/Alcalá Sister Cities Society
Board Member, San Diego International Sister Cities Association
Brunch, music and fun are the flavor of the day this Saturday 25 January 2020, with the San Diego-Perth Sister City Society’s Australia Day in North Park celebration, in association with the San Diego Lions Australia Football Club.
Australia Day commemorates the landing of the First Fleet under the command of Captain Arthur Phillip. The First Fleet entered Sydney Cove on January 26, 1788 with its cargo of convicts from Great Britain. The Union Jack was raised, and the new colony was formed under the Governorship if Captain Phillip.
The advent of the First Fleet’s arrival was officially acknowledged as Australia Day, or Founders Day, in 1804. Since that time, Australian’s have joined together in celebrating this national holiday. Australians around the world invite friends, family, and all, to raise a pint and enjoy the day.
In San Diego, the San Diego-Perth Sister City Society and the San Diego Lions would like to invite you to Celebrate the Day!. Please join us at the following venues: