With the opening of Avant, a new era in dining has begun at the 50-year-old Rancho Bernardo Inn. The new restaurant that opened on June 24 is designed to have a much more laid back atmosphere than its predecessor, El Bizcocho, but it still provides an upscale dining option to locals and visitors and is more family-friendly.
Two Rancho Bernardo teens will be dancing for the last time before college in the Southern California Ballet’s production of “Something Old, Something New,” 7 p.m. Saturday, April 6 and 1 p.m. Sunday, April 7 at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts.
Travel back in time to experience jousting, horseback riding and history come alive with the 2012 Tournament of the Phoenix, being held Friday, Oct. 26 – Sunday, Oct. 28 at the Poway Rodeo grounds.
When Emily Kerrigan, an incoming senior at Poway High School, began taking voice lessons, she never expected to be singing opera on stage at the Kennedy Center in our nation’s capitol.
Two local girls, Erica Ramirez of Poway and Nicole Phan of 4S Ranch, will be singing their hearts out on-stage with the California Youth Conservatory’s production of “Les Misérables – School Edition,” opening Friday, July 13 and running through Sunday, July 29 at the Welk Resort Theatre.
Literature buffs will have the chance to meet author Daniel Alarcón and discuss his debut novel, “Lost City Radio,” 6 p.m. Thursday, July 19 at the Poway Library.
Some local artists made a big splash at the 2012 San Diego County Fair Art Exhibit. These pieces will be on display at the fairgrounds through Wednesday, July 4.
A San Diego dancer is returning to perform the role of “the Nutcracker Prince” in the Southern California Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker” at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts for the second year in a row. Performances are Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 10 and 11.
A Poway teen has kicked off his acting career with a role in the recent hit film “The Hangover Part II,” playing the younger version of actor Ed Helms’ character, Stu.
Weekend visitors to Old Poway Park can see an artist at work and talk to her about her craft thanks to the Artist in Residence program, a first for the park.
Quilter Criss Stern has set up a studio in the historic Porter House. From now until March 27, visitors to the park can stop by and see the progress of her work.
The program is sponsored by the City of Poway and the Poway Arts & Crafts Guild, the group that has hosted the Boardwalk Craft Market at the park since 1993.
“This is a longtime dream for us,” said Valerie Ann Bailey, a founder of the guild.