March 23rd, 2020

These extraordinary times call for creative thinking especially for community based organizations. We will continue to keep our mission alive and will be bringing you music, art, dance, culture and sustainability to your homes through social media and live webinars. Look out for an upcoming blog post including our schedule for upcoming live webcasts and uploads.

On the other hand, in order to help supplement WorldBeat Center’s monthly operations we have decided to open our Cafe for delivery only using our following partners – Postmates – DoorDash – UberEats – GrubHub. We will have a limited menu including NEW superfoods, smoothies and antiviral tea that will help boost your immune system.

We are following the recommended San Diego County food handling guidelines and will be sanitizing thoroughly throughout the day with your health and ours in mind. We will be open on weekends starting April 3rd, Friday-Sunday, 11AM-5PM until further notice.

In these times it’s going to take the community to save the community

-Your WorldBeat Family

 

 

March 21st, 2020

We are monitoring updates from the state and county. For now we have decided to continue to stay closed until the end of April so scheduled all classes, field trips, workshops and events are cancelled until further notice. We appreciate your understanding and will keep you updated.  

March 13th, 2020

WorldBeat Cultural Center and its Cafe along with members of the Balboa Park Partnership have decided to close as of Monday, March 16th to the end of the month. We want to ensure we do our best to prioritize our community’s wellbeing and safety. Visit our website to check which of our classes will be webcast at worldbeatcenter.org.

 
 
We are following the guidelines of the state and county government agencies and the California Department of Public Health. Thank you for being patient in these times. We encourage visitors to follow the Center for Disease Control’s recommendations including regular hand washing. For more information follow their website. 
 
 
Most of our events through mid April have been postponed. Events canceled so far:
-A Tribute to the Queens of Africa by Dr. Runoko Rashidi
-Afro-Mexicans: Mexico Finally Recognizes It’s Black Citizens
-Annual Multi-Cultural Earth Day (postponed to September 13th)
 

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