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There is a chance – in one case, from afar, but still – to hit base with some natural wonders this weekend. Meanwhile, an Earth star is making her Disney Plus debut with a new movie, and two popular San Diego locations offer a big picture of what they do best.
Looking for a fun and educational family outing? El Cajon The water conservancy garden hosts the last butterfly release day of the season at 9:30 am Friday. Guests can observe ethereal creatures up close and personal, or be more active and release them into the wild themselves. Tickets cost $ 10 for members, $ 15 for general admission. Customers must wear masks. The garden also hosts a visit on Saturdays at 9:00 a.m.
Lux Art Institute at Encinitas hosts collaboration broadcast live at 7 p.m. in which artist in residence Cammie Staros sees her work illuminated by San Diego Storytellers. The free event, which is part of the Art & Stories series, is aimed at an adult audience.
Opportunities to spy on comet NEOWISE peaked last week, but try shortly after dark on Friday, looking northwest near the Big Dipper. From Torrey Pines to Ocean Beach and El Cajon, here are some local stargazing spots.
One of the pleasures of summer – the Old Globe Shakespeare Festival, is a wash this year, but the Pam Farr Summer Shakespeare Studio airs “Romeo and Juliet” at 1pm Saturday. The studio gives high school students and recent graduates the opportunity to play, read and perform the Bard. Watch it on the Old Globe site and on several platforms, including YouTube or Instagram.
The Athenaeum’s annual exhibit, which opened earlier this month, continues online through September 12. It includes works by 50 artists. Look for Sister Chapman winners, (digital video), Chantal Wnuk (oil painting on canvas), Brad Maxey, (acrylic on canvas) and Becky Guttin (sculpture).
Yes Black is king is something like lemonade, Beyonce will have a winner in her hands. The singer is playing (directing and also producing) the new film, billed as a visual album. It tilts on Disney Plus from Friday. Subscriptions start at $ 6.99 per month.
We’re starting a new month on Saturday, which means new streams! Of course, you’ve run out of everything July has to offer. Find Jamie Foxx in Project power on Netflix, for those who like their sci-fi mixed with a little action. Additionally, on Amazon Prime, Tom Hardy appears as the title gangster in Capone, while on Hulu, watch the pandemic! Yes, try the four-part series, Love in the time of Corona.
– Staff reports
Weekend in San Diego: July 31-August. 2 – Butterflies and Beyonce was last modified: July 30, 2020 by
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