Hourglass Field was the popular name for an auxiliary landing field operated by the United States Navy before and during World War II in the northern part of San Diego, California.
It is remembered as a racetrack in the regional road racing circuit and because a crackdown on unauthorized drag racing there triggered the El Cajon Boulevard Riot. A community college now occupies the site. Its athletics complex and a community park adjacent to the college are named after the airfield.
Operating as usual
|Monday||10am - 9pm|
|Tuesday||1pm - 9pm|
|Wednesday||10am - 9pm|
|Thursday||1pm - 9pm|
|Friday||10:30am - 7pm|
|Saturday||9am - 9pm|
|Sunday||10am - 4pm|
Grinder Gym Presents the Pull Hook Press Armwrestling Championships
The San Diego Duathlon is scheduled for NOV 10th 2013!
This is the second annual Al Bahr Shrine Car Show for 2015. It will be a two day event.
This bicycle race is a fast-paced and exciting event held on a closed .8 mile "figure eight" course throughout the historic streets of Barrio Logan.
At The San Diego Clubhouse...
The Learning Center at Riverwalk Golf Club gives golfers of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to improve their golf games to reach their goals.
The tennis club for Tierrasanta offering programs for children, adults and seniors. Four lighted courts available fourteen hours a day.
Navajo Girls Fastpitch is a recreational softball league for girls ages 5-14. Connect here to stay up-to-date on registration, clinics, and more!
Byrom-Davey, Inc. is a general contractor that builds new buildings and sports stadiums for public and private customers.