Events July 7-July 10, 2022
Climb aboard the tentacle-wrapped Star of India and set off on an imaginary expedition investigating the existence of sea monsters in various parts of the globe.
Crafts, Fashion, Jazz
PHES Gallery celebrates its first anniversary with a one-day arts and crafts pop-up festival!
Pop-up arts and crafts festival at the PHES gallery. There will be booths with art forms, crafts to buy, two live jazz bands and a fashion show. One of the stands will host a refugee art therapist from Ukraine. Artifacts were raffled off to support her and her daughter.
When: Saturday, July 9, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: PHES Gallery, 2633 State Street, Carlsbad. phesgallery.com
Sea monsters: diving into the deep opening of myth
Watch out for tentacles when boarding.
Find out what natural philosophers thought of sea monsters in the Victorian era. The new exhibition is staged aboard the oldest active sailing ship in the world, star of india. Kraken-inspired tentacles climb the yards and rigging. A sea monster crime scene board will identify sea monster sightings around the world and provide visitors with a global view. A special exhibit will highlight images of sea monsters seen through the lens of the late 19th century.
When: Saturday July 9, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Open until July 2023.
Where: San Diego Maritime Museum, 1492 N. Harbor Drive, downtown. sdmaritime.org
Native American Flute Circle
Hike some of the 60 miles of trails at Mission Trails, then listen to songs, stories, and poems from local Native Americans in the amphitheater.
Bring your Native American flute or just come listen to songs, stories, and poems from Native American culture outside in the amphitheater. Beginners are welcome. Then, explore 60 miles of trails, Lake Murray, Lake Kumeyaay, and the Mission Trails Visitor Center.
When: Sunday, July 10, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Mission Trails Regional Park, One Father Junípero Serra Trail, San Carlos. mtrp.org