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EVERBOWL TO OPEN 15TH LOCATION THIS FRIDAY IN SAN ELIJO HILLS

EVERBOWL TO OPEN 15TH LOCATION THIS FRIDAY IN SAN ELIJO HILLS

Everbowl is a rapidly expanding new option in San Diego’s fast-casual, healthy food scene featuring a streamlined counter-service menu of build-your-own acai and other “craft superfood” bowls and smoothies. Everbowl is currently in the midst of a massive SoCal expansion. Each Everbowl location features a menu of “build your own” acai and other superfood based “bowls,” with unlimited toppings of fresh fruit and healthy “add ins.” They will be opening the doors to their fifteenth location this Friday.

Everbowl San Elijo Hills will be part of the long-awaited San Elijo Town Center, a five-acre retail and residential hub, along with fitness studios, restaurants and retailers including CycleBar, Starbuck’s and Lourdes Mexican. On opening day, Everbowl will be passing out samples of their popular bowls, while supplies last.

WHEN:

Friday, October 5, 2018

WHERE:

Everbowl (San Elijo Hills)

1646 San Elijo Road, #107

San Marcos, CA 92078

http://www.everbowl.com

Each Everbowl location offers a focused quick-serve menu of “craft superfoods” – fresh fruit-laden, layered parfaits that allow the consumer to choose from one of four superfood base options: acai, pitaya, graviola or acerola. Customers can choose the liquid which is blended into the base and select from an extensive list of fruit toppings to create a custom bowl with healthy “super stuff” add-ins such as spirulina and bee pollen. Each bowl is priced at $8, and includes unlimited ingredients. They also offer smoothies, as well as a focused menu of grab-and-go salads.

Ambient Communities to Host San Elijo Town Center Family Fall Festival

Ambient Communities to Host San Elijo Town Center Family Fall Festival

Ambient Communities will host the 2nd Annual San Elijo Town Center Family Fall Festival on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 from 10 am to 2 pm at the San Eljio Hills Town Center Park.  The event is free to the community and will feature family-friendly activities including Games, Music, Face Painting, a Pumpkin Patch, Food and Prizes.  

“The Family Fall Festival is our way of giving back to the San Elijo Community. It’s an opportunity to highlight our Town Center merchants and introduce our newest tenants,” said Duncan Budlinger, Director of Retail Development.  “We are excited that Phase One of our project is now complete and are looking forward to the additional products and services our newest tenants will bring to our residents and neighbors.”

San Elijo Town Center merchants include:

  • Albertsons
  • Everbowl
  • Johnville Team Real Estate
  • Huff Team
  • Lourdes Mexican Food
  • Starbucks
  • CycleBar
  • SoulShine Yoga
  • Tap & Vine
  • Home Town Reality
  • Newman Grubb Knight Frank
  • Postal Annex
  • The Hills Family Dentistry
  • Windmill Cleaner’s
  • Shane’s Pizza
  • Sotheby’s International Reality
  • Downtown Tutoring Academy
  • Grand Vision Optometry
  • Sourdough Company
  • San Elijo Pediatric Dentistry
  • Chase Bank
  • Café Stoked
  • Animal Health Center
  • Pham & Mauseth, DDS Inc.
  • Utopia Café
  • A Colorful Universe

In addition, San Elijo Pediatric Dentistry will also be hosting their grand opening and providing tours of their offices.  

Register for the opportunity to win a $500 gift card at the San Elijo Hills Family Fall Festival at https://ambientcommunities.com/family-fall-festival/ and then join us at San Elijo Hills Town Center Park for Family Games, Face Painting, Music, Prizes, and more, presented by Ambient Communities!

FREE for San Elijo Hills residents and San Marcos neighbors to enjoy, this event will feature games, activities and additional prizes throughout the day from San Elijo Town Center merchants

Overnight work and single lane closure scheduled along S. San Elijo Road on July 30

Overnight work and a northbound single lane closure have been scheduled from Monday, July 30 at 11 pm through Tuesday, July 31 at 6:30 am along S. San Elijo Road between Boundary Lane and Baker Street.

Overnight work and a northbound single lane closure have been scheduled from Monday, July 30 at 11 pm through Tuesday, July 31 at 6:30 am along S. San Elijo Road between Boundary Lane and Baker Street to accommodate a construction improvements and sewer line upgrades related to the new San Elijo Town Center residential development project. 

Standard traffic control measures with advanced warning signs and pedestrian detours will be in place to maintain through traffic. Minor traffic delays are anticipated and motorists are encouraged to follow all traffic control, drive with caution when traveling through the area, and use alternate routes if possible.

Work performed as part of the new San Elijo Town Center residential project is paid for by developer funds.

For more information, please contact the San Marcos Public Works Inspection Division at (760) 744-1050, ext 3307.

3rd Annual Women’s Fair – hosted by the San Elijo Hills Women’s Club

3rd Annual Women’s Fair, hosted by the San Elijo Hills Women’s Club

Make plans now to join friends, neighbors, and members of the surrounding communities on Saturday, April 28, for the 3rd Annual Women’s Fair, hosted by the San Elijo Hills Women’s Club. This free family event, which will be held from 10 am- 2 pm in the San Elijo Hills Town Center, 1277 San Elijo Road South, San Marcos, has something for everyone—fitness and yoga classes; an on-trend fashion show; abundant opportunities for purchasing Mother’s Day, teacher appreciation, and other special gifts; active games, crafts, and face painting for the kids; and a convenient way to explore services and programs available within the community, including summer camps. For additional information, please visit www.sehwc.weebly.com

If interested in participating in this year’s event as a vendor, please email SEHWCwomensfair@gmail.com

Community Developer Kent Aden Inducted into the San Diego Building Industry Association’s Hall of Fame

Ken is overseeing the completion of the final phase of the San Elijo Hills.

Kent Aden, a licensed architect, developer and the visionary behind many of San Diego’s most honored master-planned communities, was inducted into the San Diego Building Industry Association’s (BIA) Hall of Fame on Feb. 3, during a ceremony at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. The Hall of Fame recognition is the highest honor bestowed by the organization, which comprises 800 member companies throughout San Diego County.

Aden was inducted by David Hammar, president of Hunsaker & Associates San Diego, Inc., who praised Aden’s leadership in the industry, contributions to the community and devotion to his family.

Hammar said, “Kent has been in the building industry for over 35 years, involved in the planning, community design and entitlement of master plans that will produce over 40,000 homes. I have been fortunate to draft in his wake for much of my professional career and even more fortunate to call him a friend.”

Aden has been a passionate advocate for walkable, pedestrian-centric communities that encourage neighborliness and community interaction. He has left his imprint on South County’s communities of Eastlake and Otay Ranch during his career, which included 11 years in executive positions with the Eastlake Development Company and 18 years with The Otay Ranch Company.

Aden’s current position, vice president and senior development officer for HomeFed Corporation, involves communities on both coasts. He is responsible for managing entitlements, design and development for the 700-acre SweetBay community in Panama City, Florida, the 6,200-acre Otay Land Company project in Chula Vista, and the 2,600-acre Fanita Ranch in Santee. He is also overseeing the completion of the final phase of the San Elijo Hills community in San Marcos.

“The greatest satisfaction I have had in my career is to build great communities and get to see residents enjoying the lifestyle,” Aden said. “The design of each community builds on what we have learned from previous projects and what we learn visiting the best communities around the country. Just as architectural innovations are creating better living spaces, community design trends are creating more inviting and hospitable communities.”

Aden has been active in the BIA of San Diego for 34 years and served as president in 2003. He also chaired the 2008 Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) in San Francisco, which attracted 33,000 participants. For 18 years he was a director of Housing Opportunities Inc., which developed affordable housing in San Diego County.

In addition to his roles in the building industry, he has been a member of the board of the San Diego International Sports Council and managed Little League Baseball.

Aden was the co-chair of the 2009 Miracle Maker’s Gala for Rady Children’s Hospital and received the 2008 Spirit of Life® Award from the City of Hope’s San Diego Construction Industries Alliance.

He has an MBA degree from California State University, Fullerton, and a BA degree in architecture from the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He lives in Coronado with his wife Toni. Their two children are attending college.

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