CHECK OUT WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE POINT LOMA ASSEMBLY!!
There are great events and activities taking place right here in the neighborhood.
Are you interested in theatrical productions or workshops? Click here to take a look at what the Point Loma Playhouse has to offer.
Are you interested in programs on local history and culture? Click here to learn about presentations that the La Playa Trail Association has in store.
Want to attend professional music concerts right here in the neighborhood? Click here to see what’s coming up.
The views expressed by the outside speakers and groups using this facility are their own and do not represent the positions or policies of the Point Loma Assembly.
Consider becoming a member of the Point Loma Assembly. We offer our members 9 interesting and entertaining programs each year. And with our members support, we continue to maintain our building as a resource for member events and community activities. Visit our Membership page for more information.
Our mission is to promote literary, social, educational, philanthropic, civic, and artistic work and to restore and maintain the building at 3035 Talbot Street.
Next Meeting - January 10, 2019
“Ever wanted to live in exotic places like Indo-Asia and Africa? To really get to know their cultures and beauty?” Our January speaker has done just that, with her Foreign Service diplomat husband (who she met at our MCRD!) on assignments and their two young boys. She has written two books and has entertained political leaders from Bangkok to Zaire and many others.
Assembly member Dode Anderson will introduce SDSU Graduate and Peace Corps volunteer Linda Plues who will share stories of her life in those places.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m., meeting/progam at 5 p.m.
Mark Your Calendars Now!
Point Loma Assembly’s February Meeting will break with our tradition of always meeting on the second Thursday of the month to have a combined meeting with La Playa Trail Association on Tuesday, February 12. The speaker will be Donald Harrison, who wrote the biography of Louis Rose, the founder of the Roseville subdivision in Point Loma.
Doors open at 5, with a pizza and salad meal and program to follow. Suggested donation is $10. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. RSVP to Klonie at Kunzel@cox.net or call 619-222-1950.
Our 2018-19 Board of Directors
PRESIDENT Cecilia Carrick
VICE PRESIDENT PROGRAMS Victory Lareau
SECRETARY Pat Horvath
HOSPITALITYCO-CHAIRS Margie Myers and Beth Collado
TREASURER Pat Baker
HOUSE CHAIR Dottie Laub
HISTORIAN Klonie Kunzel
MEMBERSHIP CO-CHAIRS Susan Diamond and Caroline Glasner
WAYS & MEANS Pam Hamilton Lester
Our newsletter provides the latest news on Point Loma Assembly activities and other community events. Click here to read the January newsletter.
Spread the word—our beautiful Point Loma Assembly building is available for rent for all types of occasions. Visit our Event Rental page for more information