Our thoughts and prayers with those in Texas, Florida and Mexico. And let’s not forget those exposed to the Western Wild Fires. Interesting times in which we live. Let us rejoice that we can have fun this weekend. Here’s what’s going on
Sunday, Sept. 10
9/11 Heroes Run 8 a.m., USS Midway Museum) Come out and run in honor of the lives lost on 9/11. The annual event unites the community and remembers our veterans, military and first responders who serve the community. The 5K series was inspired by Marine 1st Lt. Travis Manion, killed by a sniper in Iraq on April 2007 while protecting his battalion. Before his final deployment, he visited Rescue One in NYC and gained a renewed perspective on the fight in Iraq.
Cinema Under The Stars: “The Big Lebowski”
8 p.m., Cinema Under the Stars in Mission Hills
Watch a movie under the moonlight at the outdoor theater in Mission Hills (4040 Goldfinch St.). On the venue’s screening schedule this weekend: “The Big Lebowski,” the story of “The Dude,” an unemployed slacker and avid bowler who becomes the victim of mistaken identity. The movie starts at 8 p.m., and tickets cost $17 to $19.
Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise 10:30 a.m., Flagship Cruises and Events) Settle into the New Year in style by hopping abroad a luxury yacht and cruising around the San Diego Bay. The two-hour cruise will take brunchers past the Downtown San Diego bay as they enjoy a gourmet buffet, mimosas and live music. Tickets start at $38.70.
Brazilian Day San Diego Fair and Parade 11 a.m., Belmont Park) Brazilians from across San Diego and San Diego residents come out in the hundreds every year for this fun event, a slice of Brazil in San Diego. The non-profit Brazilian Institute for Arts and Culture hosts the event, now in its 10th year. The festival features delicious Brazilian food, a beer garden, a children zone, live stage performances and a carnival parade. Admission is free.
Roz & Ray 7 p.m., San Diego Repertory Theatre (Lyceum Stage) This time-bending story — set in San Diego — shares a profound story of love, trust and sacrifice as it explores a little-known chapter in American history. The story follows Ray, a devoted single parent who works to keep his twin sons alive, and Roz, the doctor who offers him a cutting-edge miracle treatment. The play is written by Karen Hartman, an award-winning playwright and native San Diegan. The play runs until Oct. 1. Tickets start at $38.
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