Memory Care Building Opens in Residence
Oakmont Senior Living has opened Villena, a Traditions Memory Care building, in its luxury seniors community Santianna. Villena will house residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. The new facility will allow families to transition their loved ones from independent and assisted living to memory care if needed. Villena’s two floors include 67 memory care apartments as well as a movie theater, event room and outdoor courtyard. Programming is designed for residents with memory loss or cognitive impairments. Residents also have access to virtual reality programs that aid in brain function and memory recall. Villena in Santianna is located at 2540 Faraday Ave.
Home improvement show at the exhibition hall
On Saturday and January 1, Home Improvement Expo San Diego visits the Del Mar Fairgrounds. 29 is filled with demos, home improvement products and services, plant sales, and consultations with home and garden experts. The show focuses on regional services, products and businesses. Members of the San Diego chapter of the National Remodeling Trades Association will answer questions about remodeling. Hours are Saturday 10am-5pm and January 1st 10am-4pm. 29. Online registration at sandiegohomeimprovementexpo.com Free entry.
Electronic Repair Shop Opens New Store
Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions has opened a location at 191 N. El Camino Real, Suite 109. The store offers professional repairs for consumer electronics, including smartphones, tablets and computers, game consoles, smart speakers and drones. The owner is Nazir Fedahi. The Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions store provides repair services for all types of electronics and is an official repair partner for many leading tech companies including Samsung, Google Pixel and Apple. Schedule a repair at bit.ly/3Hh8Mp2, call (760) 642-3058 or drop by for an in-home service.
Chamber of Commerce Hosts Leadership Luncheon
The Greater Escondido Chamber of Commerce hosts free leadership education presentations and conversations on Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m. at the Chamber Office (720 N. Broadway). Sponsor is Fix Auto Escondido and lunch is provided. Join leaders at entry-level, mid-management, and senior-management levels. The guest speaker is Richard D. Marks, author of “Expect Great Things to Happen” and CEO of RDM Management Group. Sign up at bit.ly/3v7rFnG. Visit greaterescondido.org.
Real estate experts offer previews
The Northern San Diego Economic Development Council will release its 2023 North County Commercial Real Estate Outlook at a breakfast meeting on February 2 from 7-9 a.m. 2 At the California Arts Center, Escondido. This year’s event is in-person for brokers, real estate investors and business executives with real estate and space planning needs. Gary London of London Moeder Advisors will provide an overview of the San Diego County economy. Tickets are $35 for members and $55 for nonmembers and can be purchased at bit.ly/3J2SQZa. The Art Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd.
Women in network meet for breakfast
Join the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Network (WIN) group and the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce for “Breakfast and Bubbles” on February 2nd from 9-11am. 3 at The Broken Yolk Cafe, 2434 Vista Way, Oceanside. The guest speaker is Kimberly Aguirre of Kimy Gets Skinny, an oat-based bakery with “doatnuts.” Cost is $20 plus tax and tip, including drinks; full menu available. Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
County Requirements Damage Inventory Form
The San Diego County Office of Emergency Services is asking residents for help estimating area-wide flooding and stormwater damage from recent storms. If your property or small business was damaged by a storm between December and the 12th. 29 and January. 17. Fill out the survey at bit.ly/2SNcRK4. The data collected will be used to estimate total damage across the county and whether enough damage has occurred to qualify the area for disaster relief assistance, such as low-interest disaster loans from the Small Business Administration. Completing the form does not guarantee disaster assistance. Visit sdcountyrecovery.com or email email@example.com. If your property was damaged by the storm and you need immediate help, additional services are available through 211sandiego.org.
Business summit to be held in-person and virtually
The North San Diego Chamber of Commerce is hosting its third annual San Diego Business Summit in person on Wednesdays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The full-day interactive summit brings together business owners, entrepreneurs, managers and leaders for a day of panel discussions, exhibitors and networking. Keynote speakers were Richard Marks, Founder and President, RDM Management Group, and Kate Tellers, Senior Director, The Moth. Choose from several group discussions, which will also be recorded for later viewing. The in-person meeting will be held at Sony Headquarters, 16535 Via Esprillo, San Diego. Tickets are $69-$99 for members and $99-$149 for non-members. Register at sdbusinesschamber.com/san-diego-business-summit.
The Chamber of Commerce sincerely invites all walks of life to the Health Expo
The Poway Chamber of Commerce invites the community to attend a free Thursday 5:30-7:30 pm Health and Wellness Fair sponsored by The Glen at Scripps Ranch. Meet local vendors and fitness experts, learn helpful tips, win prizes, enjoy healthy snacks and more. Visit bit.ly/3ZIWZqW to sign up. The event is held at Neighborhood Healthcare, Poway Gold Family Health Center, 13010 Poway Road. Call (858) 748-0016.
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