Mission Trails Regional Park

ATTENTION, SHUTTERBUGS: PHOTO CONTEST ANNOUNCED BY MISSION TRAILS REGIONAL PARK


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FLOWERING CREATIVITY: ARTIST SHARES HER TECHNIQUES

 

Abigail Migala photography exhibition continues through February 25

 


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DRIVER KILLED AS PICKUP PLUNGES 150 FEET IN SAN CARLOS

 

 

February 12, 2011 (San Carlos) – The driver, 33, of a 1993 Chevy truck is dead after rolling 150 feet down a steep cliff.  He was traveling northbound on Golfcrest and went straight through the intersection at Mission Gorge Road, crashing through a guardrail around 10:30 a.m., according to San Diego Police.


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“BLOOMS & VROOMS” PHOTO EXHIBIT AT MISSION TRAILS JANUARY 29-FEBRUARY 25


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HIKER RESCUED AT MISSION TRAILS

 

January 1, 2011 (San Diego) – A New Year’s Day hike at Mission Trails Park was cut short when a hiker became injured, prompting a technical rescue. Incident Page Network reports that San Diego Fire Department dispatched a helicopter to provide a hoist rescue since the area was inaccessible to an ambulance by ground.


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NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE PLAYERS TO APPEAR AT MISSION TRAILS

December 30, 2010 (San Diego’s East County)—The Native American Flute Players, a volunteer group, will be practicing and performing in the Visitor Center Ampitheater at Mission Trails Regional Park from 1-3 p.m. during the second Sunday of each month in 2011, starting January 9th.

 


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"TREK ON THE WILD SIDE" OCT. 23 AT MISSION TRAILS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS


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POMERADO BRASS QUINTET – FREE CONCERT TODAY AT MISSION TRAILS

June 13, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) – What could be more inspiring than a concert in a nature preserve? Pomerado Brass Quintet performs today at 2 p.m. in the Mission Trails Regional Park’s visitor ampitheater.

The concert will feature light classical music, popular favorites and patriotic songs. A reception in the visitor center gallery will follow.

 


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