September Events in Pacific Beach
September 18 – Mayoral Debate. PB Honorary Mayor Cathie Jolley, PB Town Council, and other local organizations are hosting a debate for San Diego mayoral candidates. Councilmember Barbara Bry, Assemblymember Todd Gloria, and community advocate Tasha Williamson have confirmed their participation. Bring your questions and concerns! The debate will be held at Mission Bay High School from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
September 24 – PB Town Council Dine Out. This month we will dine out together at Firehouse American Eatery, at 722 Grand Avenue. Meet and greet at 5:00 pm, with dinner served at 6:00. Be sure to reserve your spot! Everyone is welcome. Get details.
September 25 – PAESAN. The 39th annual Police And Emergency Services Appreciation Night will be held from 4:00 to 6:30 pm at the Rotary Club Pavilion “North Crown Point Shores” off Crown Point Drive. Tickets are $5 (kids under 12 get in free!), and your ticket includes a BBQ dinner with all the trimmings. Fish available, too. Purchase tickets now.
PB Woman’s Club Casino Night – November 2
This will be a fancy evening, open to all. Please join us as we play fun casino games with pretend chips; bid on silent auction items; and enjoy wine and elegant appetizers. Get more info here on the event.
We will also sell raffle tickets for a seven-day cruise for two on Holland America Line. Only 200 tickets will be sold, to keep chances of winning high! Buy your tickets early; here’s how.
PB Woman’s Club Wine Tasting – Spring 2020
It is now a tradition every year that the PBWC hosts its wine-tasting event!
Held at Hornblend Hall in Pacific Beach, the wine-tasting is a great time to enjoy friends and make new ones. There are more than 100 wines to taste, and the appetizers prepared by club members are always legendary. The event includes raffles and a silent auction, with lots of amazing items donated by local businesses and individuals.
Please plan to attend in 2020!
And if you or your business can donate items for raffle or auction for that event, Please email Liz Segre or text/call her at (215) 740-6155. The proceeds support our charitable and community-focused efforts.