Calendar of events

The City and County of San Diego have taken steps to close certain areas and parks. 

-  San Diego Safari Park is closed at least until September 2020. Epiphyllum Trail working parties will not be held while the park is closed.

-  City of San Diego has closed Casa Del Prado for the most part.  Until it is openned for meeting we will host meeting via ZOOM.  Notifications of these meeeting will be sent to member via email.  

-  Hover over the event to view basic event information.  Double Click on the Event to open up even more information including a location map and points of contact if they are available.  

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 1, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 8, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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  • SDES General Mtg
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    September 9, 2020

    We are currently unable to meet at Balboa Park. So we have converted to virtual meetings using ZOOM.  Our modified format is to open the meeting and conduct an abbreviated business meeting and then go into a visual presentation that we know you will want to see.

    Information on how to sign up with ZOOM along with the subject of this month’s presentation will be provided in the email distributing the EpiNews each month. 

    The week of the meeting another email will be sent providing the login password.  Please make sure you sign in 5 to 10 minutes prior to the start of the meeting to ensure you get connected correctly.

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 12, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 15, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 19, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 22, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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  • SDES Board Mtg
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    September 23, 2020

    We are conducting our board meeting via ZOOM for the foreseeable future.  This should allow more board members to attend and at the same time opens up board member positions to our members that do not reside close to Balboa Park.

    Board meeting will be held on the 4th Wednesday of the month except in December. The December date will be chosen at the November board meeting.

    Sign in details will be provided to board members the week of the meeting.  Please sign in  5 to 10 minutes prior to the meeting.

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 26, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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  • Epiphyllum Trail
    8:00 am-2:00 pm
    September 29, 2020
    17255 W Zoo Rd, Escondido, CA 92027, USA

    Part of the mission of the San Diego Epiphyllum Society (SDES) is to preserve the past and protect the future or epiphyllum hybrids. SDES has been fortunate in establishing and maintaining a collection of epiphyllums at the Safari.  A portion of this collection is on display as Epiphyllum Train in the Park

    Because of COVID-19 we are  being limited to the number of people that can be at this event at anyone time.  We need volunteers but you must confirm with Jerry Moreau prior to attending.   The phone number is available on the SDES Contacts page in the Member’s Only area of this website.  https://sdepis.org/members-only/sdes-contacts/ , or you can email him at SafariPark@sdepis.org  .

    Note: if it rains the event is canceled or if it gets too hot they leave early.

    The display is supported and maintained by SDES volunteers. There is a simple process that all volunteers at the park must go through. But the benefits of volunteering are significant. Click the link https://sdepis.org/epiphyllum-trail/ for more information.

    There is a place for everyone to volunteer.  There are many ways and things for Epiphyllum Trail volunteer to do and you are always welcome.

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