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11:00 AM Film: Princess Mononoke Princess Mononoke is a landmark of animation and a film of unsurpassed power and beauty. An epic story of conflict between humans, gods, and nature, the film has been universally acclaimed by critics and broke the box office record on its original release in Japan. While defending his village from a demonic boar-god, the young warrior Ashitaka becomes afflicted with a curse that grants him super-human power in battle but will eventually take his life. Traveling west to find a cure or meet his destiny, he journeys deep into sacred depths of the Great Forest where he meets San (Princess Mononoke), a girl raised by wolf-gods who is waging battle against the human outpost of Iron Town, on the edge of the forest. The girl Mononoke a force of nature—with blood smeared lips, riding bareback on a great white wolf, doing battle with both gods and humans—she is as iconic a figure as any from film, literature, or opera.

Admission/Cost: $9

Landmark's Ken Cinema
4061 Adams Ave
San Diego, CA 92116

Dates and times:
Saturday, August 31 - 11:45 PM
Sunday, September 1 - 11:00 AM

For more information, please visit: www.landmarktheatres.com
11:00 AM Latinx New Play Festival A weekend of readings of new plays by Latinx playwrights along with a festival showcase production of 57 Chevy by Emmy Award-winning writer/comedian Cris Franco, starring Culture Clash co-founder Ric Salinas.

The San Diego REP Latinx New Play Festival is a celebration of engaging, dynamic and enlightening new plays by Latinx playwrights from across the United States. Submissions were accepted from Latinx playwrights representing an array of genres, styles and experiences highlighted by both emerging and veteran playwrights.

Festival Schedule:

Friday, August 30
7:00 PM - Gallery Walk
7:30 PM - Dream Hou$e by Eliana Pipes
9:00 PM - Opening Reception

Saturday, August 31
12:00 PM - Designer Showcase
1:00 PM - To Saints and Stars by Jordan Ramirez Puckett
3:00 PM - Sin Fronteras Writers' Group Sharing
4:00 PM - Aztec Pirates and the Insignificance of Life on Mars by David Davila
6:30 PM - 57 Chevy VIP Festival Pass Reception
7:00 PM - 57 Chevy by Cris Franco, directed by Valerie Dunlap, starring Ric Salinas
8:30 PM - Festival Party

Sunday, September 1
11:00 Calaca Flaca Puppet Show
12:00 PM - Liliana Padilla Sneak Peek
1:00 PM - Historical Context Panel
2:00 PM - Laughs in Spanish by Alexis Scheer
4:00 PM - Closing Toast

Admission/Cost: $10 per reading, $30 Festival Pass

Lyceum Theatre
79 Horton Plaza
San Diego, 92101

For more information, please visit: www.sdrep.org
1:00 PM 49th Annual Barona Pow Wow The Barona Band of Mission Indians proudly invites the San Diego community to celebrate Native American heritage at the 49th Annual Barona Powwow over Labor Day Weekend.

The three-day cultural celebration starts on Friday, August 30 with gourd dancing at 6:00 PM and a dramatic grand entry of dancers in colorful regalia at 8:00 PM The Barona Powwow will continue Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 11:00 PM Admission and parking are free.

Hundreds of Native American participants of all ages and from across the country will showcase their dancing skills as they compete in a variety of categories for $80,000 in prize money.

In addition to beautiful regalia and dancing, spectators will be able to enjoy hand drum contests, singing and music, authentic Native American food including delicious Indian fry bread tacos, arts and crafts and handcrafted jewelry.

The Barona Powwow will be held at the Barona Sports Park located on the Barona Indian Reservation just one mile north of the Barona Resort & Casino on Wildcat Canyon Road in Lakeside. Free shuttle service is available from Barona Resort & Casino to the Powwow.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Barona Resort & Casino
1932 Wildcat Canyon Rd.
Lakeside, CA

Dates and times:
Friday, August 30 - 6:00 PM
Saturday, August 31 - 1:00 PM
Sunday, September 1 - 1:00 PM
2:00 PM House of Ukraine Lawn Program The House of Ukraine Lawn Program will feature Chervona Kalyna dancers (Los Angeles), Oksana & Sviatoslav Stus (San Francisco), Ridna Shkola (San Diego) and much more.

Ukrainian traditional food varenyky, kovbasa and kapusta will be available for purchase.

Admission/Cost: FREE

International Cottages
Balboa Park
2294 Pan American Plaza
San Diego, CA 92101

Sunday, September 1 - 2:00 PM

For more information, please call: (619) 234-0734 or visit: www.facebook.com
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