Market Creek Summer Film Series Returns Featuring Five FREE Family Films Throughout August
Live entertainment, concessions and other fun activities promise to make the Market Creek Summer Series a celebration. Audiences are encouraged to arrive early for pre-show entertainment that begins at 7 p.m. Movies begin promptly at dusk.
The Market Creek Summer Series begins on Friday, August 1 with a screening of The Lego Movie, the box office sensation based on the popular toy brand. The fun continues Friday,August 8 with Instructions Not Included, the highest grossing Spanish-language film in the United States.
Pulling Strings, starring Mexican actor, singer and host Jaime Camil, will delight audiences on Friday, August 15. A special matinee screening of Coach Zoran and His African Tigers will be presented on Sunday, August 17 at 2 p.m. Finally, the series ends on a high note with Disney’s Frozen, screening on Friday, August 22.
Market Creek Film Series Schedule Jacobs Center, Market Creek Amphitheater, 310 Euclid Avenue, San Diego 92114
The Lego Movie, Friday, August 1, 7 pm (2014, 100 mins) An ordinary Lego construction worker, thought to be the prophesied ‘Special’, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the Lego universe into eternal stasis.
Instructions Not Included, Friday, August 8, 7 pm (2013, 122 mins) A man who has made a new life for himself and the daughter left on his doorstep 6 years ago finds his family threatened when the birth mother resurfaces.
Pulling Strings, Friday, August 15, 7 pm (2013, 111 mins) After a night of drinking, Rachel, a diplomat working in Mexico City finds her world turned upside down after she’s saved by Alejandro, a Mariachi singer whose visa was rejected the day before – by Rachel. Featuring Jaime Camil.
Coach Zoran and His African Tigers, Friday, August 17, 2 pm (Special Matinee in Celebration Hall) (2013, 75 mins) South Sudan became an independent state in July 2011, following almost 50 years of civil war. Although still steeped in the memories of countless victims of violence, the new nation is seeking to make a place on the international soccer stage by forming its first national team. The man called in for this task is the Serbian Zoran Djordjevic, a dynamic and hugely ambitious veteran coach. The film follows the team over its first year.
Frozen, Friday, August 22, 7 pm (2013, 102 mins) A Disney favorite! Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna’s sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. Featuring the Award-winning song, “Let it Go.”
Are you a parent looking for information to help your child develop? Do you want information on how you can encourage your child’s competence in multiple areas?
Free workshops are being offered to San Diego parents! Workshops are designed for parents and caregivers of children ages 0-5.
Workshops will focus on various topics such as health, learning, community, and family. A different topic will be offered each week. Fun incentives for parents and children will be provided at each workshop, with certificates of completion at series end!
Classes will be held on the dates listed below. Bring a friend! July 21, July 28, August 4, August 11 Time: 1-2:30pm
Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation 404 Euclid Avenue San Diego, CA 92114 Workshops will be provided in English/Spanish.
The Goodman Scholarship is targeted exclusively to woman and minority students graduating from a California or Arizona Community College and transferring to a 4 year University, with a particular focus on first generation students attending college. Students must be graduating the Spring of 2014 and entering into their University the Fall of 2014. The scholarship is open to all majors. Economic need and community involvement are two key factors in the decision process. The average scholarship is $4,000. 4-5 scholarships are provided per year.
On behalf of Project Safe Way and the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation, we would like to apologize for the presentation of Friday’s
Summer Series movie, “A Better Life.”
We try to provide entertainment for all ages of our youth, and felt the message was a good one and relative to our community. Unfortunately, due to the strong language used, we had to pull it shortly after the start and replace it with a more appropriate movie. We apologize first to the families who had hoped to see this film, but mostly to families who count on us to provide family-friendly movies. We will be double-checking all of our remaining films to assure you that they will be safe viewing for youth of all ages.
We hope you will continue to join us on Fridays for the remaining Summer Series movies.Our next film will be “Cars 2,” this Friday, July 27th.
Project Safe Way
Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation
Malcolm X Library invites area residents to Family Bingo Night on Wednesday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m.Join the family-friendly game night at the local branch, 5148 Market St. For in-formation about this event and other upcoming programs and activities, call: (619) 527-3405.
Some 24,000 grandparents in San Diego County have primary responsibility for their grandchildren. Being a grandparent who’s also parenting later in life has its unique challenges and rewards. Fortunately, San Diego County has many resources for these special families.
Come learn more. Meet others who share your same needs. Find support.
This is a free conference (with free lunch) for grandparents raising grand children or professionals working with grandparents raising grand children.
Saturday, April 21, 2012 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Jacobs Center, 404 Euclid Ave., San Diego 92114