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August 31, 2015 (El Cajon)--Don your Hawaiian shirt, sarong or other festive attire and join us this Saturday, September 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. at East County Magazine's Tropical Party as we celebrate summer's end and watch the sunset atop the roof of our studio building in El Cajon (1625 East Main St., just off the Greenfield exit from I-8)   Savor the flavors of the tropics:

 Tropical feast  including coconut curry &  tropical chicken from Pick Up Stix, Pina Berry Colada & Champagne Mango Cakes from Grove Pastry Shop, island-fresh pineapple from Baron’s Market.

Pacific Islanders Beer and Wine-tasting with San Pasqual Winery (award-winning wines including passionfruit!)

Live entertainment:  Reggae music by Ed Barrena & musical theater by Visionary Dance Theatre. 

Prize drawings & silent auction: Padres tickets, Italian dinner lover's basket, wine lover's basket with premium vintages, "Hairspray" musical theater tickets, pottery by Get Centered Clay, Kwai Sun studio passes (yoga, pilates, karate, fitness and more), dance lessons, beach-goers basket, Water Conservation Garden memberships, Santee Lakes fishing and pedal boat passes, Urban Jungle passes, Hawaiian wear, hand-crafted treasure chest, & more!   SPACE LIMITED: EARLY RSVP STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.

Reservations are required and you must be a subscriber or VIP invited guest to this very special event--however subscriptions are free! (join here So please join if you're not yet a subscriber, then RSVP to 619-698 7617.  A donation of $20 is suggested to cover our costs and benefit nonprofit community news and wildfire alerts.  

Suggested Donation: $20 (RSVP in advance) or $25 at the door

RSVP: (619)698-7617 or

Benefits nonprofit community news. Open to our subscribers, sponsors, donors, partner organizations & guests 21 & up--by invitation only.

Directions: I-8 East to Greenfield exit, left on Greenfield, left on Main, 1 block on the left - atop the brick building with bamboo fence and palm trees on top deck!


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