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San Diego Gas & Electric Company, in partnership with the City of San Diego and CleanTECH San Diego, "Light the Park" for 2015 and beyond.
During 2015 Spreckels Organ Society campaigns to restore the Spreckels Organ to the world's largest outdoor pipe organ.
In 2015, the Botanical Building Restoration and Enhancement Project supported by the Balboa Park Conservancy will begin.
Throughout 2015, the Friends of Balboa Park and the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department work to improve Balboa Park gardens.
In early summer 2016, a permanent exhibition about the history—and the future—of citizen science will open in a newly renovated space in the San Diego Natural History Museum.
Beginning in 2015, The Friends of Balboa Park, in conjunction with the City of San Diego, will develop signage for select historical buildings within the Park highlighting their context with the 1915 Panama-America Exposition.
Beginning April 22, 2015, new tables, chairs, umbrellas, benches, and games are included in the improvements for this "outdoor living room."
In July 2015, Spanish Village Artists added Centennial color to the Balboa Park Senior Lounge, deciding to display their 20 foot mural there.
Beginning December 9, 2014, at the San Diego History Center, experience this 30-minute documentary film on the history and wonder of Balboa Park.
During 2014 & 2015, the California Department of Transportation (Cal Trans) in conjunction with the City of San Diego will retrofit and rehabilitate the iconic Cabrillo Bridge.
Opening in 2015, the newest phase of the Japanese Friendship Garden expansion will include a traditional tea house, a pavilion for three hundred patrons, an outdoor amphitheater, and meandering paths.
During 2014 and 2015, the Commission for Arts and Culture Restoration Project will be underway.
Throughout 2015, with the efforts of the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership in collaboration with the City of San Diego, San Diego Gas & Electric, and San Diego Green Building Council, Balboa Park aims to create a sustainable legacy in Balboa Park by bringing 10 buildings through the LEED certification process.
Beginning January 2015, at the San Diego Museum of Man, the California Tower, San Diego's iconic cultural landmark, will reopen to the public.
Throughout 2015 and beyond, through the efforts of the Balboa Park Online Collaborative, Balboa Park will be home to one of the largest free public Wi-Fi networks on the west coast.
Beginning January 17, 2015, at the San Diego Natural History Museum, Coast to Cactus will take you from the beach to the mountains and the deserts.