Safe Trick or Treat Friday, October 31, 5-8pm Halloween arrives on Friday this year and downtown Encinitas merchants will be handing out treats to all the costumed kids who participate in DEMA’s annual Safe Trick or Treat. With the help of the Self-Realization...Read More
This is Historic Encinitas, a classic Southern California beach town, where people enjoy the simple inspired by nature and respect our cultural heritage. We support the arts. These are the shared values that hold us together. It is what keeps us dynamic and strong. The...Read More
The Downtown Encinitas MainStreet Association Presents A weekly farmer’s market focusing on local organic farm fresh produce Every Wednesday Rain or Shine 4pm-7pm October through April 5pm-8pm May through September Parking lot B 600 s Vulcan Ave, Corner of E and Vulcan...Read More
Mission Statement: To preserve, improve and promote the culture, character and commerce of Downtown Encinitas
Lauren LeVieux: Maternal Lines
September 12-October 24
The E101 Gallery presents Lauren LeVieux: Maternal Lines, a series of paintings completed while investigating her maternal line of ancestors. These paintings are tokens of her search and research, a visual reflection of the significance and power extracted from the stories and the places.
Dancers, Dogs and Other Dazzlers
July 30-September 11, 2014
Encinitas 101 Mainstreet Association presents “Dancers, Dogs, and other Dazzlers”, a solo exhibition by local artist Darlene Katz. This exhibit combines her series of paintings of dancers and dogs and other things beginning with “D” (warning: if you try hard enough, everything can begin with D), highlighting her extensive work capturing unique moments in time, ranging from thought provoking to just plain comedic.
An artist reception will be held on Thursday, August 7, 5:30-8:00pm at the Encinitas 101 Gallery located at 818 S. Coast Hwy 101. The public is invited to the reception which will take place during the First Thursdays in Encinitas event in August, with free light refreshments and wonderful art. The show runs from July 31 through Sept 11, 2014.
Encinitas 101 MainStreet Mission Statement:To improve and preserve a desirable Historic Downtown Encinitas that provides an exceptional atmosphere for the community and its visitors.
Encinitas 101 MainStreet was originally formed in 1982 as the Downtown Encinitas Merchants’ Association. In 1988 it became a Main Street Program and began developing the leadership and support needed to care for and manage the downtown area, following the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Main Street Revitalization Program. Used in over 1,200 cities and 40 states, the program encourages imaginative use of business and government resources to support local downtown and neighborhood commercial district revitalization efforts.