Free Open Air Didgeridoo Presentation by Lewis Burns

Lewis Burns

Proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Create NSW and I Didgeridoo in San Diego.

Saturday, August 5th, 2017
Alpine – San Diego

It is recommended that you bring lawn chairs or blanket and flashlight.

  • Kids are welcome.
  • The swimming pool will be open to all.
  • Adults – bring a swimsuit for a fast cooling off (but watch your kids.)
  • Swingset and sandbox open for young ones.

Bring a tent and sleeping bags and camp overnight so you can relax
(there is plenty of room to camp!)

If you prefer air conditioning;

The Ayers Lodge in Alpine is only Six minutes away. Viejas has opened a new hotel that is 15 minutes away.

It is expected to be very hot Saturday and Sunday and brisk in mornings.

Swimsuit highly suggested to cool off and of course hats, sunscreen & lots to drink.

Bring your speciality- our foods tend to be unusually good – not the usual chips and such!

We have a fire pit for barbecuing, a propane gas grill, microwave, stove, and oven along with refrigerator for storage so you can prep your potluck dish.


The potluck, concert, fireside jam and the camping (the entire evening) is open to all at no cost.
Donate if you can to help support Lewis.

Crafters: the Requested donation of $255 is all inclusive: includes didge making, art class, playing workshop and concert.

No one will be turned away from the Potluck, Concert, and Jam.

They are open to all.

Please just donate as you can to help Lewis! Times are tough- we understand


Getting to the Ranch.

Carpooling is suggested- check out our facebook link and offer or ask!

Warners Ranch Phone: 619-683-2637


Take I8 east or west to the TAVERN ROAD EXIT to Alpine- head south on TAVERN ROAD. Stay Right if you’re eastbound The ranch is 6.1 miles down Tavern road- it changes names to Japatul Rd.
At 100 feet BEFORE mile marker 13, on the left is a dirt road with open chain link gates.
(It’s in a VERY TIGHT BEND- BLUE address marker 19184)
Stay to right going STRAIGHT ALL THE WAY TO VALLEY FLOOR. The ranch is just past the Spanish tiled roof house with a white barn. (signs will guide you, the house number is 19184 but numbers in street out here ARE NOT IN ORDER!)



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *