Barnes Tennis Center

www.barnestenniscenter.com

Youth Tennis San Diego is a nonprofit (501)(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to promote the educational, physical, and social development of all youth through organized tennis and educational activities. Our community programs encourage youth participation, personal integrity, leadership, and competitive spirit in a friendly environment that builds responsible citizens.  Youth Tennis San Diego own and operates the Barnes Tennis Center.

 

Torrey Pines Kiwanis Club

www.torreypineskiwanis.org

The Torrey Pines Kiwanis (TPK) club was founded in 1982. The TPK mission is to serve San Diegans with disabilities by funding organizations focused on improving the lives of children, adults and wounded warriors, through adaptive sports, recreation and education programs. 

 

San Diego Festival of the Arts: Hosted by the Torrey Pines Kwianis Club

http://www.lajollaartfestival.org

County Administration Center Waterfront Park

1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego CA 92101

See the events page for ticket information.

 

The funds raised through La Jolla Festival of the Arts support sports and recreation programs for San Diegans with disabilities.


Each year since 1987, the prestigious La Jolla Festival of the Arts has served to raise money for programs that focus on improving the lives of San Diego children, adults and wounded warriors through adaptive sports, recreation and education programs. This year, the Torrey Pines Kiwanis Foundation has pledged $82,000 to support 22 nonprofits that serve persons with disabilities.

For 29 years, the La Jolla Festival of the Arts has brought established and emerging artists to the region, celebrating the best across multiple visual arts categories.  For the event's 30th anniversary in 2016, it is getting both a new name, becoming the San Diego Festival of the Arts, and a new location.

The San Diego Festival of the Arts (www.sdfestivalofthearts.org) will be held at the Waterfront Park in Downtown San Diego on June 11 and 12, 2016.  Boasting interactive fountains, intimate gardens, harbor views and excellent access to public transit, Waterfront Park has emerged as a quintessential destination for residents and visitors alike.  The 2016 San Diego Festival of the Arts will be the first art event held at the venue.

For three decades, the festival has showcased stunning works of painting, sculpture, photography, glass, jewelry, ceramics, wood, fiber and mixed media from world renowned artists.  In addition to art displays, guests at the 2016 event will enjoy live music and entertainment, a craft beer garden and bites from San Diego’s top restaurants.

Tickets start at $11 with proceeds benefitting adaptive sports programs for San Diegans with disabilities. To date, the festival has raised nearly $2 million in support of more than 30 programs, through which more than 40,000 people with disabilities have participated.  More than $90,000 was dispersed to 24 organizations from 2015 proceeds alone, benefiting over 12,000 individual San Diegans.