• Advance registration for ALL classes, events, social play. NO WALK-INS.

  • Proof of complete COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test no older than 24 hours.

  • Face covering required when entering the center and in all common areas. Masks may be removed inside the center at each individual's discretion.*

  • All individuals are subject to a temperature screening.

*applies to fully vaccinated individuals

Please Note

All sales are final and no refunds or adjustments can be made to ticket orders. All programs, artists, dates and times are subject to change.

MOSAIC An Exploration of Color in Music, In-Person

Soprano Michelle Law and pianist Phillip Dannels present a recital program

exploring the vibrant palette of colors and textures used in classical music. Both musicians are synesthetes & experience music as both an aural & visual phenomenon, connecting music with color in the mind's eye. This recital explores their unique sensory experience of classical music for voice & piano. Composers of works performed include Debussy, Duparc, Grainger, Head, Korngold, Liszt, Verdi, & Wagner.

Wednesday, June 22. 7pm.

Beverages available for sale.

$30/person. Registration Required.

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Classic Film Series In-Person

Hosted by Leonard Maltin

In Association with the Cinema Society of San Diego


Join Iconic Film Critic and Historian Leonard Maltin as he introduces and discusses four classic films this Summer! Film introduction by Leonard Maltin (via Zoom) begins at 7pm. Q&A with Leonard follows the film.

Singin’ in the Rain

July 21, 2022, 7pm. Film runs 103 minutes.

Some Like it Hot

July 28, 2022, 7pm. Film runs 120 minutes. 

Double Indemnity

August 4, 2022, 7pm. Film runs 107 minutes.


Rear Window

August 11, 2022, 7pm. Film runs 112 minutes.


Thursdays, July 21 - August 11. Start time 7pm.
$100/Series Pass (4 films).

$30/Individual Ticket.


Snacks and drinks available for purchase.


About Leonard Maltin: Leonard Maltin is one of the world’s most respected film critics and historians. He is best known for his widely-used reference work Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide and its companion volume Leonard Maltin’s Classic Movie Guide, now in its third edition, as well as his thirty-year run on television’s Entertainment Tonight. He teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and appears regularly on Reelz Channel and Turner Classic Movies. His books include The 151 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons, The Great Movie Comedians, The Disney Films, The Art of the Cinematographer, Movie Comedy Teams, The Great American Broadcast, and Leonard Maltin’s Movie Encyclopedia. He served two terms as President of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, is a voting member of the National Film Registry, and was appointed by the Librarian of Congress to sit on the Board of Directors of the National Film Preservation Foundation.

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