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1st Annual Festival Puertoriqueno
Visit La Isla Seattle Website for more informationLa Isla is Seattle’s and we’re pretty sure the whole state of Washington's only Puerto Rican restaurant! Here you’ll come to love the flavors of Puerto Rico that we’ve grown up with, without actually having to go down there (although we advise going: Sandy beaches, Caribbean oceans, warm tropical breezes-I miss it already!).

Inside our façade of old San Juan, you’ll find fresh, wild caught seafood (which by the way, has won 2 first place awards at the Ballard Seafood Festival), vegan and vegetarian dishes, flavors you can’t find anywhere else, and you can wash them all down with what our reviewers say, ’Some of the best, unique and STRONG tropical drinks in town!’

Come visit The Island and sit on our patio in the sunshine. Grab a cool, tropical drink with your friends and family. Enjoy our food and let the city melt away to those warm island breezes and sandy beaches. I can see it now...

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Andre's Restaurant

Cuban and Puerto Rican Cuisine
1235 Morena Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92110

Andres Restaurant San Diego, California

The options in the San Diego entertainment calendar are so varied that there is practically something for everyone.

Areito Borincano is a non-profit organization based in San Diego, CA dedicated to promote the Puerto Rican culture through its folkloric dance and music. Its current focus, is to present the music of "Bomba” through live performances in a wide variety of cultural and social events.

The Festival Del Cuatro organization is gearing up for the Third Annual Festival del Cuatro scheduled for November 2008. We cordially invite you to attend our first volunteer social meeting, which will be held from 1:00 - 3:00 PM on Saturday, January 26, 2008 at Vice President Dr. Jose Vadi's residence.

The event will showcase The Festival Del Cuatro's programs and highlight this years concentrating efforts on fundraising that will enable the organization to provide scholarships for low-income and disadvantaged children. Together, we look forward to creating a better sense of community; we feel you will find the social event beneficial and informative.

The Festival Del Cuatro, founded in February 2005, has had the honor to present to you the first two Festivals dedicated to Puerto Rico's national icon, the Cuatro. We set out to be an educational resource for the community and its young people. Prior festivals have been organized with lots of sweat, dedication, personal funds, and the love of the Cuatro and our culture. We need to preserve our Puerto Rican heritage for future generations by actively promoting the arts. We need to develop and provide ongoing programs in the visual arts, language, and music education. We need your help to do this. We need volunteers to drive the different committees created to ensure the success of this organizations goal. Help us by volunteering.

Please R.S.V.P no latter than Wednesday , January 23 , 2008 at , the event address and volunteer form will be provided for the event.

National Conference of Puerto Rican Women- Southern California Chapter

NACOPRW is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization seeking to promote the full participation of Puerto Rican and other Hispanic women in the social, economic and political life in the United States. To achieve this, NACOPRW chapters educate women; develop leadership among Puerto Rican women; provide role models for our youth and our community; collaborate with other national organizations committed to equal rights for all; and encourage the formation of chapters of NACOPRW in Puerto Rican communities in order to foster closer ties among them. Through the years, NACOPRW has been recognized for its involvement in the community and its support of women’s rights.

The National Conference of Puerto Rican Women of Southern California (NACOPRW-SoCal) about our organization. We are one of twelve NACOPRW chapters in the United States. We are located in Orange County. Our goal is to promote and preserve our Puerto Rican culture and the Spanish language. We try to achieve this by participating in many activities related to education, community service as well as social interactions.

Visit their Website:
The National Conference of Puerto Rican Women of Southern California

25422 Trabuco Rd., Ste. 105-334
Lake Forest, CA 92630-2790 .

Puerto Rican Union of Mutual Aid, Inc.

Who is PRUMA? Puerto Rican Union of Mutual Aid, Inc. was organized in May 1937 and incorporated July 7, 1937. Our motto is to "Advance with Progress". The Association was founded by a group of Puerto Ricans who came from Hawaii to the East Bay and wanted to create a benevolent organization to further their people. The purpose for the Association is to help other Puerto Ricans in the San Francisco Bay Area. We bring the Puerto Rican community together keeping the culture alive through our Jíbaro music and Puerto Rican food. We hold regular dances and raise funds for educational scholarships and other community benefits. We are proud to have Mr. Tony Pagan as our current President. Contact: Tony Pagan at (925) 828-3014 or at

The House of Puerto Rico San Diego
Meet fellow Puerto Ricans and friends. Find out what events are planned in San Diego. Contribute to the strength of our organization. Hear discussions about PR culture and history (see next section below). Share in a PR food potluck. Contribute to the flavor of our culture.

Next meeting in February 2008.

For more information, either call us at (619) 234-3445 or via email at

Fiesta Night with the House of Puerto Rico

We are pleased to announce the continuation of our activity, Fiesta Nights with the House of Puerto Rico, based on suggestions from our members.

Fiesta Night is reminiscent of the days where we anticipated El Viernes Social at the end of the work week. That wonderful time where we go out with friends and family and enjoy each other's company. That is exactly what we're trying to do here in San Diego.

What we aim to do is facilitate the informal coordination of monthly fiesta nights where we can meet as a community, large or small, --singles, couples, young and young at heart,-- and enjoy each other's company at events or activities around town.

Visit the L.A. Salsa Kids website Click Here for more information about our Awesome Latin Dance Company, our Electrifying Shows and Performances, our Salsa Classes and information on Joining our Amazing Dance Company.

Mailing address: 3215 East Gage Avenue
Huntington Park, CA 90255
Phone: (562)943-4492

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