Business Spotlight December 2016
Bring in the Holidays with The Nutcracker
City Ballet of San Diego offers 12 performances of The Nutcracker at the historic Spreckels Theatre downtown from December 9–23. Voted San Diego’s Best Nutcracker production by the “Tommy Awards,” this elaborate ballet performance will take your family on an enchanted Christmas journey with Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy. Meet and take photos with the cast following each matinee performance.
“My family loved this production, it was magical and executed professionally,” says Ashley of El Cajon.
City Ballet offers family-friendly productions and year-round ballet instruction for ages 3 through adult. The staff and performers are committed to the same high quality performances, ballet education and artistic achievement as other renowned ballet companies around the world. Find class registration forms and purchase Nutcracker tickets on the website.
City Ballet of San Diego
941 Garnet Ave., Pacific Beach
Give the Gift of Art
The Hot Spot is a pottery painting, candle making and party studio where all ages create one-of-a-kind art for any occasion. Choose from a variety of scented and colorful wax, stamps, ceramic pieces and stencils to create personalized gifts for loved ones.
“We have lots of holiday items and are encouraging everyone to start [making] those gifts now,” says Olivia Franks, owner.
Grab friends for Wine and Cheese Night, offered every Thursday, 6-9 p.m. Capture your baby’s precious hands or feet on pottery at Monday’s Mommy & Me—makes a perfect gift for grandparents. Plan a family night and paint a special set of dinner plates, cereal bowls or mugs. All pottery is non-toxic and dishwasher, microwave, and food safe. Host an artsy holiday party, birthday celebration or scout troop meeting at The Hot Spot. Need time to shop for the holidays? Drop the kids off (6 yrs. & up) for 1.5 hours of crafty fun! See website for available times and call to reserve a spot.
The Hot Spot Pottery Painting
2770 Historic Decatur Rd., Liberty Station
Published December 2016
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