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Circulator - 03/15/2024

Support Circulate at a San Diego Mojo Professional Volleyball Game!

San Diego Mojo is a new professional women’s volleyball team competing in the Pro Volleyball Federation. For each of their 12 home games, Mojo is highlighting local non-profit organizations to grow awareness of important initiatives while uplifting women’s sports. Circulate is excited to announce that we will be partnering with the team during their games on Tuesday, April 2nd and Friday, April 26th!

All San Diego Mojo games are conveniently located at SDSU’s Viejas Arena and easily accessible by public transportation. Both games will start at 7:00pm. We’d love for you to join us at these games to cheer on the Mojo!

Use this link to reserve specially priced tickets and a portion of the proceeds will go towards supporting Circulate San Diego!

Clairemont Drive Station Walk Audit with Ride SD!

Join us this Saturday March, 16 at 10 am for a Clairemont Drive Station Walk Audit. We will be accompanying RideSD for a "Trains and Trails" trip to Mission Bay.

We will be meeting at Old Town Station at 10am and promptly take the trolley together to Clairemont Drive Station. The first 10 participants will receive a free PRONTO Day-Pass.

See our calendar for more upcoming events (and future walk audits)!

Community Workshop: "Temporary Paradise?"

Dr. Bruce Appleyard, Professor of City Planning & Urban Design at San Diego State University,invites you to a workshop at San Diego State University on March 16th to discuss ways to guide future transnational planning and design in the San Diego Tijuana region in the midst of our current global climate crisis.

  • Where: Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center at SDSU
  • When: Saturday, March 16, 2024, 9-3, followed by a reception
  • The event is free and lunch will be provided because of the generosity of the San Diego Foundation
SD Nights at Lemon Grove Library

Circulate is excited to partner with Lemon Grove Library for their SD Nights on Tuesday, March 19thfrom 3pm- 5 pm.

SD (Safe Destination) nights were created by the County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation to provide children ages 10 to 18 with fun and safe places to hang out. SD Nights are provided at numerous parks and schools across the county. We will bring our remote-controlled traffic calming course, educational information on traffic safety, and pedestrian and bicycle safety materials.

We hope to see your tween or teen there!

Recap: Animals on the Bay Day at Living Coast Discovery Center

This past Saturday, March 9th, Circulate participated in the Animals on the Bay Day hosted by the Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista. This event was filled with plenty of resources for the community and tons of unique animals exhibits. Circulate was on board sharing pedestrian and bicycle safety information for the community.

Thank you to Living Coast Discovery Center for allowing us this opportunity and we look forward to any future collaborations!