Community Event Live Music
Concert with The CoastRiders: Thursday, April 12, at 6 p.m. Gary Seiler, known for his Jimmy Buffett tribute shows, has teamed up with Gerry
Concert with The CoastRiders: Thursday, April 12, at 6 p.m.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm
1275 Main Street
Please join us for Women Who Wine (Ramona) at
Your $20 admission will include one glass or flight of wine tastings, and a FIESTA plate of Nora‘s newest menu item, chicken or barbacoa street tacos! I just tried her barbacoa yesterday, at Packards Coffee Shop. So flavorful, and homemade tortillas!!
While enjoying the smooth sounds of our favorite band, Chasing the Sun, you can get a chair massage by either Joanne Yanez or Nicole Reinhard for $1 per minute. With two masseuse, you will be sure to get your turn! Let me say that there is nothing more relaxing than sitting in the sun with a glass of wine, hearing good music, and feeling the breeze on your skin, while these lovely ladies massage your shoulders, arms and back. You will emerge a new woman, relaxed, and ready for anything.
This month, we are celebrating a belated Cinco de Mayo with our beloved Seis de Mayo Festivities! There will be some festive networking games and raffles to benefit the Ramona Skatepark Champions. Bring your dollars to support Ramona Skatepark, BUT, instead of buying raffle tickets to win prizes, you will EARN them.
The idea is that you will earn raffle tickets by playing our reindeer games and by supporting each other! For every dollar you spend buying one of the ladies’ products, you can earn one raffle ticket. The vendors will give a percentage back to Ramona Skatepark, so that’s how we support our community while we support each other and meet new friends and colleagues!! 🙂
If you do not drink wine, or tacos are not in your diet, every winery also serves water and soda, or you can bring your own picnic, but we will still ask for the $20 donation to benefit Ramona Skatepark, because that is also what this is all about. 🙂
Finally, a quick word about Schwaesdall Winery. Schwaesdall is the first of the boutique wineries in Ramona, using vineyards first planted in Ramona back in the 50’s. With both red and white varieties, I can attest that they have my favorite Ramona Chardonnay. Enjoy your tasting in the infamous straw house, the first permitted straw bale building in San Diego County. You read that right. The tasting room is constructed of straw bales, and you would never know it from looking at it!!!
We hope you join us for a great afternoon supporting Ramona Skatepark!! We are trying to raise money for a skatepark in Ramona and we are also trying to sponsor skateboard clinics in Ramona at the Ramona Boys & Girls Club this summer. Ask us how you can help!
(Monday) 5:21 pm - 5:21 pm
Music Fest will be in the Ramona Outdoor Community Center Pavilion, 421 Aqua Lane, from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 21. The Artisan Market will be held inside
Music Fest will be in the Ramona Outdoor Community Center Pavilion, 421 Aqua Lane, from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 21. The Artisan Market will be held inside the gated area during the Music Fest. The Community Swap Meet will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot.
Kiwanians promise “a lively afternoon of fabulous music, great food and fun in the sun — perfect for the entire family.” The four bands taking the Music Fest stage will provide a range of music: Kanan Road, Southern rock and original; Steal Dawn, Top 40s of the past 40 years; Flathead Sixx, classic and Southern rock; and Shirthouse Band, bluegrass, country and Southern rock. There will be plenty of room for dancing. A children’s play area, opportunity drawings, and beer and wine are also featured.
Among Kiwanis-supported projects and activities are: scholarships for Ramona students, Ramona Boys & Girls Club, Ramona Food & Clothes Closet, Ramona Skatepark, Project Lifesaver, Ramona Senior Center, Ramona Town Hall and the Guy B. Woodward Museum.
Sponsors will be recognized at the event. Those donating money and/or goods valued at $75 or more will be invited to submit a banner that will be hung at the event. Donations of $500 or more additionally will receive two adult Music Fest tickets. Checks may be made payable to Kiwanis Club of Ramona and mailed to P.O. Box 275, Ramona, CA 92065.
The Artisan Market will feature craft booths, and the Community Swap Meet will benefit buyers and sellers. Buyers admission to the swap meet is free. Sellers spots are $25 each, payable in advance.
Swap meet registration forms are due by April 16. For registration forms and an information sheet, call 619-322-5570.
Advance Music Fest tickets are $20 for adults and $8 for youths ages 11 to 17. Tickets at the gate are $25 for adults and $10 for ages 11 to 17. Children age 10 and younger will be admitted free.
Advance tickets are available online at ramonamusicfest.org or at Kamp’s Propane, 1000 Olive St.; Ramona Music Center, 1045 Main St.; Java Hut, 23658 San Vicente Road; and Iron Pony Trading Post, 803 Main St.
For general information, contact Pat Bell, event chair, at 760-533-4884. Those who have donations of goods or certificates for the auction may contact Sharon Parker at 619-962-1551 or email@example.com.
(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Ramona Community Outdoor Center
421 Aqua Lane
Beer for my Horses is having its second annual event April 28th, 2018 from noon till 6pm at Dos Picos Park. We will have Country and Reggae music with a beer
Beer for my Horses is having its second annual event April 28th, 2018 from noon till 6pm at Dos Picos Park.
We will have Country and Reggae music with a beer garden. Tickets are $20 and $5 kids – ages 5 and under are free.
This is a charity event for Serenity Acres Horse Rescue in Ramona. For more information visit:
https://www.facebook.com/SerenityAcresHorseRescue/ or https://serenityacreshorserescue.com/
(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
On Saturday May 5th, the Ramona Chamber of Commerce presents the Back-Country Motorcycle Poker Run. Ride starts at 344 Main Street in the “Old Sizzlers Parking" Lot. Registration starts at 8:30
On Saturday May 5th, the Ramona Chamber of Commerce presents the Back-Country Motorcycle Poker Run. Ride starts at 344 Main Street in the “Old Sizzlers Parking” Lot. Registration starts at 8:30 AM. KSU at 9:30 AM.
The first 100 guests receive breakfast burritos and bike care products sponsored by Prolong Super Lubricants. Free Motorcycle Monkey Coffee for all participants.
Riders will cruise through North San Diego’s beautiful back country collecting poker cards along the way. Ride finishes back in Ramona. $500 goes to the High Hand.
The second half of the event continues with live music from the Sick String Outlaws. For only $10, you can enjoy complete BBQ lunch prepared by Ranch Events. Featured craft beer and cocktails from Smoking Cannon Brewery, Nickel Beer Company and Auburn Ale House. Local craft cocktails from San Diego Sunshine. There will also be vendors and drawings!
The Poker Run will begin and end in Ramona with stops at Valley View Casino, The Round Up Grill and Nickel Beer Co.
More info: http://ramonachamber.com/motorcycle-events/
(Saturday) 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sizzlers Parking Lot
344 Main Street Ramona CA 92065
Ramona Chamber of Commerce(760) 789-1311
Here is a real treat for lovers of beautiful music. Virtuoso Violinist Jonathan Leviim will perform his spectacular Mother's Day Concert program of musical arrangements
Here is a real treat for lovers of beautiful music. Virtuoso Violinist Jonathan Leviim will perform his spectacular Mother’s Day Concert program of musical arrangements by such brilliant composers as Bach, Paganini, Dvorak, Massenet, Schubert and Mozart.
In this series of concerts, Jonathan will also demonstrate his great mastery of solo works by Bach and Paganini, music that is structurally and emotionally powerful. Paganini’s Caprices reveal the incredible acrobatics that he inflicted upon aspiring violinists, but which Jonathan conquers with apparent ease: left hand pizzicato, ricochet arpeggios, double and triple stops, parallel octaves and tenths, and impressively fast scales.
Also included will be all-time favorites such as, The Holy City, Argentinian Tango, What a Wonderful World, You Raise Me Up, Love Theme from Cinema Paradiso, Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Song from Secret Garden, The Swan and Serenade by Schubert. It’s not often that such world-class musicians are also San Diego locals who enjoy sharing their love of music within their community. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to enjoy top entertainment on your own doorstep.
For your convenience, Shalom Strings has arranged the following performances to be held in some of San Diego’s beautiful venues:
* Saturday, April 21 at Gateway Church, 1280 North Johnson Avenue #102, El Cajon at 2 PM (Duo Recital)
* Saturday, May 12 at Encinitas Library, 540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas at 2:30 PM (Duo Recital)
* Saturday, May 12 at Ramona Town Hall at 7 PM (Solo Recital)
* Sunday, May 13, at Oceanside Public Library, 330 N Coast Highway, Oceanside at 7 PM (Solo Recital)
* Saturday, May 19 at Point Loma Branch Library, 3701 Voltaire Street, San Diego at 12:30 PM (Solo Recital)
* Saturday, May 19 at La Jolla Community Center, 6811 La Jolla Boulevard, San Diego at 5 PM (Duo Recital)
* Tuesday, May 22 at Scripps Miramar Ranch Library, 10301 Scripps Lake Dr, San Diego at 6 PM (Duo Recital)
* Wednesday, May 23 at Valencia Park/Malcolm X Library, 5148 Market Street, San Diego at 4:30 PM (Solo Recital)
* Saturday, July 28 at Greene Music 7480 Miramar Road San Diego at 2 PM (Solo Recital) Bookings only online.
With such a selection there has to be one to suit your situation. Better still, come along to the concerts and enjoy them all – you will never tire of the music. Most of all, make sure to bring your mom to a special musical feast this Mother’s Day – there’s sure to be a special surprise!
Tickets also available at the door 30 minutes prior to each concert, unless sold out!
Don’t take the risk – get your tickets now! For more details and to purchase tickets, visit www.eventbrite.com (Jonathan Leviim)
To purchase tickets for the Mother’s Day Concert at Ramona Town Hall, click here.
Jonathan Leviim has performed on every continent and in over 40 countries, with all the major orchestras, and with many leading chamber musicians. He has played in some of the world’s most prestigious venues, including: Cologne Philharmonic Hall, Munich Philharmonic, Dusseldorf Philharmonic Tonhalle, Philharmonic Hamburg, The Schauspielhaus- Berlin Concert Hall, National Arts Center in Ottawa, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Centre Colon in Madrid, Spain, and Sydney Opera House, Australia.
Jonathan Leviim performs with great passion and warmth, and with breathtaking technique. “Jonathan is a genius – his passion for the violin is amazing”, said one concertgoer recently. He has a trademark rapport with his audience (who are often left speechless by his talents), and also loves bringing his musical gifts to regional communities, despite having vast experience in some of the world’s most prestigious venues. This concert tour is a unique opportunity to experience the pure sound of the violin at the hands of a maestro, in an informal, friendly and spontaneous atmosphere.
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Ramona Town Hall
729 Main Street