The Cabrillo Festival is a fun event for the entire family, with educational activities, cultural demonstrations and exciting folkloric performances. Brightly colored clothing and dramatic music and dancing bring to life the traditions of the Native American, Mexican, Portuguese and Spanish cultures that are part of the Age of Exploration. The Cabrillo Festival features food booths with delicious traditional Mexican, Native American, Portuguese and Spanish food. Vendors will showcase their various artistic goods. The highlight of the Cabrillo Festival is the re-enactment of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo’s landing on the shores of San Diego Bay in 1542. “Cabrillo,” his soldiers and a priest sail into the bay on the San Salvador, and once again claim the land for Spain. A navigator sailing under the flag of Spain, when Cabrillo stepped ashore on Ballast Point, he was the first European to land on the west coast of what is now the United States of America. www.cabrillofestival.org
Future attractions – Coming soon! Stay tuned to view the minutes of the Executive Meetings here on this website under the “Members” Tab. See what’s going on with YOUR club! Volunteer, get dialed in and participate.
All Boaters welcome to the Advanced Piloting Course presented by Mike Sampsel from the San Diego Sail and Power Squadron from September 17th – Dec on Tuesday evenings at 7 pm at the Southwestern Yacht Club in Point Loma, San Diego. Limited seats still available – come now!
Com Doug Bass congratulates Mike Sampsel achieving 25 years of faithful membership! Thank you for your hard work and contributions over many years.
Mike is also the instructor presenting Advanced Piloting Sept – Dec 2019 at South Western Yacht Club in Point Loma, San Diego.
September General Membership Meetings was a delightful dinner at Casa Machado at Montgomery Airfield in Keary Mesa.
Come meet and greet join the fun and be social!