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THURSDAY, April 25 A fundraiser to benefit The One Fund Boston — benefiting victims of the Boston Marathon bombings — will take place at Thrusters Lounge in Pacific Beach from 6 to 9 p.m. The event includes free samples from Bite of Boston, along with a raffle and T-shirt sales. There is a suggested donation of $5. Thrusters Lounge is located at 4633 Mission Blvd. For more information or to donate a raffle prize, email Karyn Houde at bostonfundraiser@gmail.com.

FRIDAY, April 26 Rock and Roll San Diego (RRSD) School of Music will present renowned flamenco guitarist Max Herzog and his trio at RRSD’s Hendrix Hall, located at 3360 Sports Arena Blvd, Suite A. Herzog has traveled the world demonstrating his craft skills and has flown from Europe just to perform this one night for San Diegans. According to event organizers, this will be an unforgettable evening for friends, family, fans and enthusiasts alike. Seats are limited and are expected to sell out. Call and reserve a seat at early. For more information or reservations, call (619) 255-9594, or visit www.rockandrollsandiego.-com/hendrix-hall.php

SATURDAY, April 27 Discover Pacific Beach hosts its fifth annual Bocce Tournament at the west end of Vacation Isle. Registration is $45 per person. Registration for a team of four people is $160. Registration includes “Best of the Beach” fish tacos from The Sandbar. The event also includes a beer garden. The tournament takes place from noon to 5 p.m. For more information, call (858) 273-3303, email info@pacificbeach.org, or visit www.pacificbeach.org.

Wells Fargo Outrigger Challenge and Luau returns to Crown Point Shores for the 12th year. In addition to the competition, the event features a luau and raffle. The entry fee is $225 per team. Proceeds benefit the Holiday Bowl, the nonprofit group that brings college football games to San Diego. For more information, visit www.holidaybowl.com.

SUNDAY, April 28 West Coast Paddle Sports will host an “SUP Chicks Standup for the Cure” event, featuring beginner lessons and an advanced paddle clininc from 9 a.m. to noon. The proceeds go to benefit the fight against breast cancer, and every $125 raised buys a mammogram through the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The event includes instruction and a Hawaiian lunch provided by Leilani’s Café, along with ukulele music by Zenia Panano. The event covers four skill levels, from beginner level 1 to advanced, and takes place at Mission Bay behind the Bahia Resort Hotel on Gleason Road. A $50 tax-deductible donation is suggested. Spaces are limited and pre-registration is strongly recommended. For more information or to register, email ojacey@gmail.com, or call (619) 742-3401 or (858) 952-3203.

SATURDAY, May 4 Christ Lutheran Church in Pacific Beach will host a free concert by the St. Petersburg Men’s Ensemble. The noted Russian singers will perform traditional Russian music. A reception follows. The concert takes place at 6 p.m. at 4761 Cass St. There is a free-will donation requested. For more information, call (858) 483-2300, or visit www.christpb.org.

MAY 11-19 The San Diego River Park Foundation’s San Diego River Days takes place across local communities with free events like hikes, bike rides, garden tours, children’s activities and more. Fora full event listing, call (619) 297-7380, or visit www.sdriverdays.org.

WEDNESDAY, May 8 The Pacific Beach Town Council will host a Sundowner mixer event event at 5:30 p.m. to promote interaction between merchants and residents. There is a $10 charge for non-members. Members will be charged $5.

The event, however, is free for those becoming a member that night. The mixer takes place at Turquoise Cafe, located at 873 Turquoise St. (between Mission Blvd. and Bayard St.) For more information, contact the Pacific Beach Town Council at (858) 483-6666, or visit www.pbtowncouncil.org.
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