1922 - 2019
In Loving Memory
Colonel Bob Dingeman
The SRCA has a continuing need for volunteers. Find out
how you can help!
Posted May 23, 2019Please join the Dingeman Family on May 26 at 3 pm for a Celebration of Life for our Col. Bob Dingeman in the Scripps Ranch High School Gymnasium.
It will be an afternoon of music, tributes and special memories. We encourage you to bring cards/photos to give to the family. Let's make this the kind of family day that Bob would have loved.
Posted May 23, 2019In May, the MTRP Citizens Advisory Committee, with SRCA representation, recommended a capital improvement project for the West Sycamore staging area. Click below for more information.
Posted April 23, 2019April 25th at the Scripps Ranch Library- 1:30 - 2:30pm
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Posted April 13, 2019The “Pleasure of Your Company” music series presented by Scripps Ranch Friends of the Library welcomes back jazz guitarist Peter Sprague performing with vocalist Rebecca Jade on Sunday, April 14, at 2:30 pm at the Scripps Ranch Library. There is no charge for the concert, although donations are appreciated.
Posted February 16, 2019Each year, you nominate those special volunteers, who we then honor at the Annual SRCA Volunteer Recognition Night. The event will be Monday, April 1, 2019 6:30pm at Scripps Ranch Library.
For more details on the history, and to view presentations, programs and photos, click on the link below.
Posted March 13, 2019Will meet on Tuesday, March 26th at the Scripps Ranch Library- 6pm All About Bees- Come hear the “buzz” about native bees in San Diego gardens as presented by Julie Serences of the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. Bees are a keystone species in the environment.
Posted March 13, 2019Stargazing in Stonebridge returns on Friday, March 15th at sunset. The San Diego Astronomy Association, along with our own Scripps Ranch amateur astronomers, will help us view many of the amazing objects visible in our night sky, including planets, individual stars, clusters, nebula, and possibly even galaxies. Please, NO WHITE FLASHLIGHTS as they ruin our night-adapted vision. Red lens flashlights are fine. Please park on the street and walk in. Kids welcome. (Hosted by Sustainable Scripps Ranch)