Biking TripThe San Diego Peace Corps Association offers one or two events each month. Events may be social, community service, or outdoor adventure activities. Events are announced in the e-newsletter and RSVPs are taken through E-vite. 

Photo: CicloSDias bike ride

Upcoming Events


Taste the World
Saturday, May 14 from 4 to 6pm
MAKE Projects3745 30th Street, North Park
$20 in advance; $25 day of or at the door
Learn more at:
https://www.sdpca.org/taste
Buy your ticket:
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclic...

Join us for an annual international homegrown dinner!Sample delicious foods from all around the world + help us raise money to fund Peace Corps projects all around the world!

For $20 you can taste up to 10 different delectable dishes - all donated by area restaurants and local RPCVs. You decide which one you like best! This is a fun event - be sure to bring a friend!


"The Tattooed Trucks of Nepal - Horn Please"
Available to Stream now
Live Zoom Discussion with Filmmakers – Monday, May 23 at 7pm
RSVP:  http://evite.me/AGHtrdSzQ4 


Award-winning 40-minute documentary film “TATTOOED TRUCKS OF NEPAL – HORN PLEASE” is an upbeat documentary that celebrates Nepalis and their culture through a vibrant new artform: the paintings on their freight trucks. Set in the context of Nepal’s artistic legacy, the film introduces the talents of self-taught painters, who work by commission in order to share what is important to the trucker. Their subject matter provides a window into Nepali culture and includes truck protection, displays of spirituality, love of family, sports, and new and old traditions. Representations of Lord Ganesh, European soccer heroes, Bob Marley and a salute to Avril Lavigne are among the creative images displayed on these moving ‘canvases’ as they travel Nepal’s dangerous mountain roads.

The film is created and narrated by long time SDPCA member Ron Ranson who worked as a teacher in Nepal as a member of Group 4 – 1964-66.

Watch the film in your own home before May 23 (link to view film is in the E-vite) and join us for the Talk Back with Ron and Nicola Ranson plus other members of the film’s creative team (some joining us from Nepal) on Zoom.

SDPCA Host: Sharon Kennedy


Book Club: Slipping on the Ice: A Collection of Stories from a Peace Corps Ukraine Volunteer by Robert Minton
Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 7pm
Zoom
RSVP:
http://evite.me/FFM4WvBy9r