The Creation and Earth History Museum has been engaging the community with their view of the origin of man-…More Biblically literal "young earth" creation- for about 20 years.</p>
<p>The museum's website describes the facility as "a 7500 sq. ft. showcase for a literal six-day creation and young earth with an ever-growing emphasis on God's design in creation," and isn't connected to any specific denomination.</p>
<p>The latest wing of the museum, completed in the summer, details the Human Anatomy, focused on the complexity of life, leading to the idea that only God could have created such complexity. You can also get a picture with some dino replicas at the new Dinosaur Gardens- which pushes the concept that modern man and dinosaurs lived simultaneously.</p>
<p>The museum is owned and funded by Scantibodies Laboratory, Inc., and is funded by a non-profit 501(c)(3) ministry, the <a href="http://creationsd.org/life_and_light_fundation.html">Life and Light Foundation</a>. It has a few paid staff and about 45 hard-working volunteers.</p>
<p>It is described as a "biblical walk through history." The museum explains that scientific data is flexible enough to be interpreted in different ways, namely in ways that question evolution, the age of the earth and the Big Bang.</p>
<p>Admission is free, and guided tours and family memberships with extra goodies are available for purchase.</p>
<p>The museum's exhibits include:</p>
<li> Days of Creation 1-3 Heavens & Earth Genesis 1:1-13 </li>
<li>Day of Creation 4 Astronomy - Light, Sun, Moon & Stars Genesis 1:14-19 </li>
<li>Days of Creation 5-7 Living Creatures & Garden Genesis </li>
<li>Fall of Man</li>
<li>Noah’s Ark World Wide Flood</li>
<li>Grand Canyon Wall & Fossils – Evidence for a Flood</li>
<li>Mount St. Helens </li>
<li>Ice Age </li>
<li>Ancient Civilizations Room</li>
<li>Hall of Scholars Creation/Evolution debate since Darwin</li>
<li>Human Anatomy Exhibit</li>
<p>A bookstore is also on site, allowing museum goers to research more about what they learn at the museum.</p>
Autofab Offroad Trucks 10996 Woodside Ave N, Santee, CA92071 Autofab specializes in off-road vehicle customization and creation. Simply put, if you want to wheel it, they can help…More you build it. Autofab does custom metal work, including tube steel work for bumpers, cages and more.
The only Cabaret style musical theater in East County is coming to…More Santee. The venue has a comfortable intimacy where you can enjoy a gourmet coffee with your friends at a table and catch a show.</p>
<p>The theater is the creation of the artistic duo Bob Schulze and Steve Rolf, local playwrights in their fourth season together.</p>
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Scrappin' Attack 9225 Carlton Hills Blvd, Santee, CA92071 Scrappin' Attack offers classes and supplies for scrapbooking, card making, invitation creation, home decor and…More cricut. Card stock (in all colors), albums, tools, stamps, stickers and ribbons are just a few examples of the inventory carried in this store. This is the only store in San Diego that offers cricut lessons and classes are in session three to four nights each week. In addition, holiday classes, such as Halloween and Christmas, are available. Visit the Scrappin' Attack website, <a href="http://www.scrappinattack.com">www.scrappinattack.com</a>, for additional information and class schedules.
Enticing Tables 8614 Argent St, Santee, CA92071 Enticing Tables is a specialty design and party rental company serving Santee and the surrounding areas. The company…More offers a wide range of products, specializing in the design and creation of unique decor pieces for weddings, parties and celebrations. Some types include cupcake stands, cake stands, flower stands, arbors, ceremony stands, arches, chandeliers and more. Products are custom made and can be designed in various colors. Check its website for examples of past work or for details on rental rates.
Fraternal Order of Eagles 9317 Shadow Hill Rd, Santee, CA92071 The Fraternal Order of Eagles is an international nonprofit organization with an "aerie" in Santee. It promotes…More community living and bonding, as well as civic and individual prosperity. The Fraternal Order of Eagles has more than 1,400 aeries in the United States and Canada and more than 800,000 members. Its women's auxiliaries total to over 1,300 aeries with 250,000 members. Its past accomplishments have included the creation of Mother's Day, contributing to the Social Security Program and battling ageism with its "Jobs After 40" Program.