Share Your Escondido Discovery

Published Tuesday, August 9th, 2011 by Dave Woods

Today, we're taking a break from official Discover Escondido articles and giving you a chance to comment and share your discoveries!

Do you know of something in Escondido that you've discovered that you absolutely love and want to share with the world? Maybe a great but little-known local "mom and pop" business? A favorite neighborhood? A historical fact or event? An inspirational person (who wouldn't mind your sharing them with the rest of us)? Or perhaps a favorite outdoor spot?

If so, now is your chance! Comment and share here:

Join the discussion! 1 comment so far...

  1. An Escondido treasure can be found at 845 Chestnut Street in Escondido.
    That treasure includes the friendly congregation at Trinity Episcopal Church. The incredible rector Reverend Meg Decker brings outstanding messages week in and week out. The music program is fabulous. The opportunities for participation include an adult bell choir, adult choir and a children's choir. Trinity Toymakers, Prayers for Squares, and Daughters of the King to name a few of my favorites. Trinity Episcopal has been a part of the fabric of Escondido for many many years as it is one of the very first churches to serve the Escondido community. We open our facility for use to many community group as well Come visit and see for yourself.
    845 Chestnut Street

    Comment by Leila Sackfield on August 10, 2011 at 9:13 PM

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