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Things To Do This Weekend: October 24th – October 26th

Things To Do This Weekend: October 24th - October 26th

    Click Here For Complete Event Calendar All Weekend Haunted Birch Aquarium - Shipwrecked! When: Friday & Saturday Location: La Jolla Cost: $17 Come dressed to impress in your best costume for great prizes! Proceeds support exhibits and educational programming at Birch Aquarium at (Continue reading)

Liquid Foundation Surf Shop’s Grand Re-Opening & Costume Party

Liquid Foundation Surf Shop's Grand Re-Opening & Costume Party

The Liquid Foundation Costume Surf Party is LF’s way of telling the city that they are under new ownership, reopening with a bold new design and business direction, and starting a new lifestyle brand of clothing based around surfing and the Mission Beach culture. COSTUMED SURFING CONTEST – Win a Brand New Custom (Continue reading)

Haunted Birch Aquarium: Shipwrecked!

Haunted Birch Aquarium: Shipwrecked!

  Ghouls and buoys of all ages are invited to spend a safe and “spirited” Halloween at Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego. Discover what lurks beneath the surface Oct. 24 & 25 at the 14th annual Haunted Birch Aquarium: Shipwrecked! The entire family can soak up spooky (Continue reading)

USS Midway Museum

USS Midway Museum

This year, the USS Midway Museum at Navy Pier at the San Diego Harbor celebrates its 10-year anniversary! Thanks to all of San Diego and supporters across the nation, the USS Midway Museum is the most-visited naval ship museum in the world! Guests can spend the day exploring the collection of 29 restored aircraft. (Continue reading)

Annual Fall Plant Sale – San Diego Botanic Garden

Annual Fall Plant Sale - San Diego Botanic Garden

One of the most interesting and diverse plant sales in San Diego County. Plant selections include California natives, cacti, succulents, bromeliads, fruit trees, and sub-tropicals. Visit our Botanic Attic for garden-related items. Be sure to check out our huge selection of used books and homemade goodies such as (Continue reading)

Things To Do This Weekend: October 17th – October 19th

Things To Do This Weekend: October 17th - October 19th

  Click Here For Complete Event Calendar All Weekend Legoland Brick-Or-Treat When: Friday & Saturday Location: Carlsbad Cost: $30+ Party Nights is filled with live entertainment, costume contests, treats, dancing, rides, giant LEGO® Halloween models and FIREWORKS! Stroll down the (Continue reading)

6th Annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise

6th Annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise

Created to raise money and awareness about orphaned pets up for adoption at Helen Woodward Animal Center, Hornblower welcomes you, your family and friends, and your “fur-child” aboard a Champagne Brunch Cruise!  Free-flowing champagne and a full brunch buffet featuring all your favorites including eggs (Continue reading)

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival

11th Annual Classic San Diego Wine & Food Festival Savor. Indulge. Celebrate. The 11th Annual San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival is an international showcase of the world's premier wine and spirits producers, chefs and culinary personalities, and gourmet foods. Held November 16-23, 2014, the event benefits (Continue reading)

La Santa Cecilia at The Center

La Santa Cecilia at The Center

Hot off their recent GRAMMY® win for 'Best Latin Rock/Alternative/Urban Album', the buzzy La Santa Cecilia has enchanted a dedicated fanbase with their singular mash-up of diverse genres, powerful lyrical messages, and wildly colorful performances. Known for their electrifying live sets, the group draws (Continue reading)

BEERology at The Museum of Man

BEERology at The Museum of Man

Modern civilization is beer civilization! Agriculture, cities, writing, and religion all have ties to ancient craft brewing. Ancient Egyptians, Sumerians, Chinese, and others each perfected the brewing arts in interesting, and even strange, ways. Beer-loving headhunters from the Amazon, for example, did the (Continue reading)

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