CARLSBAD — Make this Earth Day special by being part of a village-wide scavenger hunt.
OCEANSIDE — City Council voted in closed session April 3 not to oppose the Quarry Creek development that will bring 656 houses to Carlsbad and additional traffic to Oceanside.
CARLSBAD — The San Diego Center for Jewish Culture’s scholar lectures on Jewish studies continues with Professor Aren Maeir presenting “The Temple Mount in Jerusalem: History, Archaeology and Contemporary Politics” at 7 p.m. April 22 in the Schulman Auditorium of the Carlsbad Dove Library, 1775 Dove Lane.
CARLSBAD — Two actor/producers, a sculptor, journalist and two musicians are reconnecting and sharing their talents with their former high school. The group, all graduates of La Costa Canyon High School (LCC), are supporting the school’s April 20 ArTURN, an Arts, Crafts and Performance fair showcasing the school’s visual and performing arts department.
COAST CITIES — Do you want to better understand the temptations and threats that face your teenager? Make plans to attend the “Parent Forum: Adolescent Subcultures And Trends – What Parents Need To Know” from 6 to 8 p.m. April 16 at La Costa Canyon High School in the Media Center, One Maverick Way, Carlsbad.
CARLSBAD — Experience the history-changing Omaha beach-landing, as the Carlsbad Senior Center welcomes Historian Bob Watson from the 6th Naval Beach Battalion at 1 p.m. April 18, at the center, 799 Pine Ave., Suite 200.
CARLSBAD — In front of shouting, poster-wielding crowds of OPA (Oxford Preparatory Academy) supporters, the San Diego County Board of Education (SDCBOE) denied OPA’s appeal to open a charter school in Carlsbad at its April 10 meeting.
CARLSBAD — The downtown Village area of Carlsbad has seen an uptick in street art over the past few months, possibly due to a new book on a famous British street artist.