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Cool on the Coast: From fairs to fundraising, April events spring ahead

Cool on the Coast: From fairs to fundraising, April events spring ahead

Michele Leivas

Your monthly roundup of events in Encinitas, Carlsbad, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Oceanside and Escondido.

April 14, 2017

ENCINITAS: Eco Alliance hosts ‘Racing Extinction’ screening April 20

ENCINITAS: Eco Alliance hosts ‘Racing Extinction’ screening April 20

ENCINITAS: Be an Earth Day detective April 22 at San Elijo Lagoon

ENCINITAS: Be an Earth Day detective April 22 at San Elijo Lagoon

ENCINITAS: Spot butterflies April 9 at San Elijo Lagoon

ENCINITAS: Spot butterflies April 9 at San Elijo Lagoon

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Encinitas arts alliance receives $25K grant from Leichtag Foundation

Encinitas arts alliance receives $25K grant from Leichtag Foundation

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The Leichtag Foundation recently granted $25,000 to the Encinitas Arts, Culture, and Ecology Alliance to support a part-time program manager, the alliance announced April 1.

April 7, 2017

Sullivan Solar Power launches effort to support Encinitas schools group

Sullivan Solar Power launches effort to support Encinitas schools group

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Sullivan Solar Power recently launched a program to benefit the Encinitas Educational Foundation, the company announced March 30.

April 1, 2017

Nursing students’ scores place MiraCosta program among best

Nursing students’ scores place MiraCosta program among best

North Coast Current

MiraCosta College nursing students’ success rate on state licensure exams helped place its Registered Nursing Program third best in California in a RegisteredNursing.org review, the college announced Feb. 2.

February 3, 2017

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Preserved Home: Soup up tomatoes and broccoli to win over doubters

Preserved Home: Soup up tomatoes and broccoli to win over doubters

Laura Woolfrey Macklem

I like to challenge myself in taking a vegetable my family doesn’t like and making it irresistible, so I decided to take on tomato soup. The result was a creamy, aromatic, tomatoey treat. Even my daughter, who has declared she hates tomatoes, quietly begged with her eyes as I proceeded to warm the last bit of leftovers for myself the next day.

February 2, 2017

Living Creatively: Find your sanctuary within

Barbara Basia Koenig

Often we get so busy or feel so trapped by all the things that need to be done, we forget that we need to take care of ourselves, as well, and deserve the same attention and care we reserve for important projects, duties, obligations and chores. Some of us, however, are limited by circumstances that do not allow for time away to experience a connection with nature that we long for and need.

June 28, 2016

News online for Encinitas, Calif.
News online for Encinitas, Calif.