LACE UP FOR THE 2nd ANNUAL PRP FRIENDSHIP WALK

SUNDAY NOV 19TH

Walk for Peace!

Sunday November 19th
12 – 3 pm

Shoreline Park, Shelter Island
2200 Shelter Island Drive San Diego, CA 92106


Ilan-Lael Foundation is sponsoring the Second Annual PRP Friendship Walk on Sunday November 19th, 2023 from 12 to 3 pm, along Shoreline Park on Shelter Island, one of San Diego’s most beautiful Port waterfronts, and home to our Pacific Rim ParkPearl of the Pacific.”

Join us for the second edition of the Pacific Rim Park Friendship Walk! Lace up your walking shoes and get ready for a day of fun, friendship, and entertainment. We start at beautiful Shoreline Park and walk 1-mile to Pearl of the Pacific Park where we gather and celebrate our Pacific Rim Park family. This in-person event is the perfect opportunity to connect with nature and meet new people who share your love for San Diego’s diverse international community. This year the focus is on the San Diego-Tijuana region as we gear up for PRP’s participation in World Design Capital 2024!

Fun Activities…

  • Mariachi Music
  • Mexican folklorico dance
  • Yummy Food Trucks
  • The Ilan-Lael Pop-up Gift Shop
  • Drawing for Prizes (for registered walkers)
    REGISTER TO WALK

We Need Your Help!

There is no charge to participate, but we encourage donations to help offset event expenses. Our goal is to raise $15,000 toward the next Pacific Rim Park project.

Recent events remind us of how quickly peace can be threatened. We know that the movement for peace must be consistently renewed. PRP is an all-volunteer project and the success of our parks and our mission are owing to your support.

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— Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors —


Get inspired for the walk!

View all the Pacific Rim Park sites.

“What if the Pacific were a new culture, different from the Atlantic culture, a new way of understanding our place in the world? What if the countries and people that live by this grand lake thought of themselves as a family? This may seem hopelessly naïve, but if we are able to imagine it, it is possible. We live in a place unmatched by its diversity of nature, by our overflowing rich cultures, and all our unique ways of celebrating life.” —James Hubbell

Pearls of Peace: What are we trying to accomplish with Pacific Rim Park?

More from founder James Hubbell

 


Vladivostok, 1994 | Soil & Soul Park | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Vladivostok, 1994 | Soil & Soul Park | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Vladivostok, 1994 | Soil & Soul Park | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
San Diego, 1998 | Pearl of the Pacific Park | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
San Diego, 1998 | Pearl of the Pacific Park PHOTO: Tom Lamb
San Diego, 1998 | Pearl of the Pacific Park | PHOTO: Michael Gerdes
San Diego, 1998 | Pearl of the Pacific Park | PHOTO: Michael Gerdes
San Diego, 1998 | Pearl of the Pacific Park | PHOTO: Michael Gerdes
San Diego, 1998 | Pearl of the Pacific Park | PHOTO: John Durant
San Diego, 1998 | Pearl of the Pacific Park | PHOTO: John Durant
Tijuana, 2004 | "Entre Corazón y Mar" | Photo: Lorena I. Henseler
Tijuana, 2004 | "Entre Corazón y Mar" | Photo: Lorena I. Henseler
Tijuana, 2004 | "Entre Corazón y Mar" | Photo: Lorena I. Henseler
Yantai, 2001 | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Yantai, 2001 | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Yantai, 2001 | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Yantai, 2001 | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Puerto Princesa, 2009 | Salinlahi Park | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Puerto Princesa, 2009 | Salinlahi Park | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Puerto Princesa, 2009 | Salinlahi Park | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Kaohsiung, 2013 | Pacific Birth | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Kaohsiung, 2013 | Pacific Birth | Photo: Ilan-Lael Foundation
Jeju, 2010 | Stepping Stones of the Pacific | Photo: Tomohiro Ito
Jeju, 2010 | Stepping Stones of the Pacific | Photo: Tomohiro Ito
Jeju, 2010 | Stepping Stones of the Pacific | Photo: Tomohiro Ito
Yantai, 2018 | Tides Park | Photo: Alex Mortensen
Yantai, 2018 | Tides Park | Photo: Alex Mortensen
Yantai, 2018 | Tides Park | Photo: Alex Mortensen
Yantai, 2018 | Tides Park | Photo: Alex Mortensen