The 46th San Diego Bay Parade Of Lights | Sunday, December 10 & 17, 2017
It’s a time honored holiday tradition, and this year the San Diego Bay Parade of Lights promises to be as spectacular as ever. Presented by the Port of San Diego and held on two consecutive Sundays, this one of a kind boat parade featuring approximately 80 lavishly decorated vessels of all shapes and sizes, starts at 5:00pm on both nights at Shelter Island. The schedule is as follows:
On July 20, 2017, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty Agents Caroline Glasner and Susan Diamond held a special architecture series exploring the history of Polynesian architecture and Tiki culture in Point Loma, San Diego and Southern California. The event, which was held at the historic Bali Hai Restaurant on Shelter Island, featured a presentation by Architectural Historian Diane Kane. Guests viewed the presentation (and perhaps enjoyed one or two of the Bali Hai’s world famous Mai Tai’s) from the main floor of the historic Bali Hai bar overlooking San Diego Bay. The slide show focused on the numerous restaurants, hotels, commercial buildings and communities that embrace this Polynesian Pop style throughout San Diego and Southern California.
The Point Loma Architecture Lecture Series was created by Caroline Glasner and Susan Diamond of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty to explore the architectural history of Point Loma with experts in the field. Caroline and Susan have extensive experience listing and selling historical and architectural properties and have combined their passion for these properties and their love of the Point Loma community to create this lecture series.
For more information contact Caroline Glasner, email@example.com or Susan Diamond, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.coastalartandhome.com.
And in case you just can’t get enough Tiki, but seriously is there ever enough Tiki? Not to worry, Tiki Oasis, the largest and longest-running festival in the world for lovers of Island lifestyle and purveyors of Polynesian Pop is happening this week. And in case you missed the Point Loma Architecture Series you can still check out the historic Bali Hai Restaurant for the festival opening this Thursday. Friday – Sunday at the Crowne Plaza offers daytime events such as DJs, 100+ vendors, educational seminars, car show, and tropical cocktails by the pool. For more information visit www.tikioasis.com.