The Order Up food-delivery service has a PBTC member discount. See the list of discounts.
The latest makeover, outside the Reed Avenue entrance to the Pacific Beach Library, is being done by volunteer artist Susie Shippey.
Susie lives in Fashion Valley, but wanted to make a positive contribution to our library, even though she doesn’t live here.
Susie has spend countless hours in the hot sun, painting away! We greatly appreciate her time and effort. Come take a closer look at her work next time you visit the library.
A first-of-its-kind event in PB, with 100% of the net proceeds benefiting beautifulPB and promoting urban agriculture.
Donations are being accepted from urban gardens and local residents, looking for locally grown fruits, veggies and herbs. Chef Taylor from Turquoise Cellars is making a custom family-style 5-course dinner around all of the donations, including a donated pig from a local farm.
The $95 ticket includes a hosted happy hour, family style 5-course dinner made up of locally grown neighborhood produce & a donated farm-raised pig, champagne toast and unlimited beer & wine paired with each course.
Have loud neighbors? Do you have a short term vacation rental keeping you up nights? At the PBTC monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 16, Fred Zuckerman from the San Diego Police Northern Division will discuss the CAPP program and what you can do to have a quieter neighborhood.
Monthly meetings are always held at Crown Point Junior Music Academy (4033 Ingraham at PB Drive) and start at 6:30 (speaker at 7:15).
Bring your questions and concerns about these neighborhood issues!
Did you know that your PBTC membership entitles you to discounts from participating merchants? Check our Member Discounts page to see the offers. The list is growing, so check back often!
The 35th Annual Police and Emergency Services Appreciation Night (P.A.E.S.A.N.) takes place Wednesday, September 30 from 4:00 to 7:30 pm at the North Crown Point Shores Rotary Club Pavilion. Join us for a barbeque dinner provided by OMBAC, Sprouts, Trader Joe’s, American Legion PB and the PB Town Council.