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Mini Maker Pop Up
Felicita Farms is hosting a mini maker pop up with incredibly talented women. So much heart and soul goes into small business and local makers creations - let’s support these small women-owned businesses.

Panache 2021
Panache 2021 is an online auction with artworks by some of San Diego's most impressive artists and with prices that are realizable for any collector. 

Also at auction is a generous donation from the Niki Charitable
Art Foundation, the crown of this event, a signed Niki de Saint Phalle lithograph.

23rd Annual Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament
Join the Escondido Chamber of Commerce as they host the 23rd Annual Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament.

It is going to be at a familiar venue this year - The Vineyard at Escondido - and the proceeds will be benefitting the Police Athletic League this year! 

Daydream Makers Market
Come support local artists and makers at this mini outdoor pop-up event!

Roller Skating at the Escondido Sports Center
The Community Services Department is excited to introduce Roller Skating at the Escondido Sports Center in Kit Carson Park! Bring your skates and your family for a fun and safe outdoor recreational opportunity.

To make reservations, please call (760) 839-5426.

In the News...
The 2021 Virtual State of the City took place on March 3rd, as part of the regularly scheduled City Council meeting, which included a message from Mayor McNamara and a look at how Escondido has faced the challenges that 2020 brought all of us.  
In honor of Black History Month, a number of Escondido Black-owned businesses were featured in Innovate78 original blogs:7 Black-owned food and beverage businesses in North County

Our very own Escondido entrepreneur, Cassandra Shaeg of Sip Wine and Beer, was featured on KUSI and Fox 5 San Diego for her involvement in local network, Black San Diego.

Rosie’s Cafe owner recovering well after hit-and-run crash in 2019.  

Read about the history of Escondido in the new book, “Escondido, a Pictorial History of the Hidden Valley” released from The Escondido History Center. 

Check out the final installment of more than a dozen walls and murals in Escondido.

Local businesses await decision on if San Diego County can advance out of the state’s most restrictive reopening tier.

SDG&E may be able to offer flexible payment arrangements. Call the Business Care Center at 1-800-336-7343 for payment arrangements, energy-saving tips and pricing plan options, or visit sdge.com/business.
Get started on your search with this commercial building on 410 West Felicita Ave and this property on 1505-1541 East Valley Pkwy.
For sidewalk or parking area dining, here is the link the City put together with more info and the permit application can be found here.
Amber Tarrac
Deputy Director of Economic Development
City of Escondido
Office: 760-839-4587
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