- Public artwork posters by five local artists will be temporarily exhibited on the side panels of 25 San Diego Transit buses through Jan. 31. Works by artists Eric Blum, J.P. Werger, Walter Woytjla, Holly Weston and Jean Cornwell were selected by the City of San Diego's Public Arts Advisory Board, which sponsored the exhibit. The board also sponsored temporary murals by Armando Alvarez and Myra Boecker-Woodward, which are on exhibit at the Community Concourse.
- Super Bowls, an exhibit of handcrafted bowls by contemporary artisans along the theme of a super--meaning big--bowl, open through Feb. 20 at Gallery Eight.
Twenty bowls, fabricated from wood and fiber, clay, aluminum and plastic are on display at the gallery, 7464 Girard Ave., La Jolla.
- Super Fiesta Tijuana. Mariachis and folkloric dance groups will perform nightly Wednesday through Saturday on Avenida de la Revolucion between 3rd and 7th streets, which will be closed to vehicle traffic.
- Old Town Super Fiesta, free performances by folk musicians and dancers, will be given from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the streets and plazas of Old Town State Park. Among the performers are Kumara, a five-member combo that plays South American folk music; flamenco dancing by Rayna's Spanish Ballet, and folk dances by the Hispanic Mexican Ballet.
- Gene Locklear, the former San Diego Padre-turned-artist, will sign limited-edition prints and posters of his art from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the La Jolla Fine Arts Gallery.
- Sports portraits by official NFL artist Merv Corning will be included in an exhibit opening Thursday at the Circle Gallery in Old Town.
- Super Sunday Concert, an organ recital by civic organist Robert Plimpton, will be given at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. Plimpton will play music by Sousa, Ives, Vierne, Widor and others.
Also, Bob Hope will headline a one-hour television special, to be broadcast live from the Civic Theatre at 7 p.m. Saturday over the USA Cable Network.
A benefit for the NFL's "Hope for a Drug-Free America" anti-drug organization, the show will feature actor Jimmy Stewart, country singer Reba McEntire and actor Corbin Bernsen of the "L.A. Law" television series. NFL Alumni Assn. player awards and tributes to Buzz Aldrin and eight other Apollo astronauts will be made during the show.
Admission comes with the purchase of a $1,000 ticket to the NFL Alumni Assn. dinner that follows the show at Golden Hall. The San Diego Hall of Champions will be a co-beneficiary of the dinner event.