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Moonlight Stage Productions

Moonlight Stage Productions

Celebrate Moonlight Stage Productions' 35th Summer Season with these four outstanding new musicals! All Shook Up June 10 - 27, The Music Man July 15 - August 1, Shrek August 12 - 29, Big Fish September 9 - 26  All Shook Up Contest All Shook Up Show Dates: June 10-27 2015; 8pm The story is all (Continue reading)

Birch Aquarium Grunion Run

Birch Aquarium Grunion Run

What’s a grunion? These little fellas, (Leuresthes tenuis) are members of the New World silversides family, Atheriniopsidae, along with the jacksmelt and topsmelt.  Turns out, they “run” or flop up on the beach during the spring and summer for four consecutive nights following a new or full moon.  During high (Continue reading)

Cinco de Mayo in San Diego

Cinco de Mayo in San Diego

Cinco de Mayo is a historic celebration commemorating the victory of the Mexican Army over the French at the Battle of Puebla.  The battle took place on May 5, 1862 near the City of Puebla, Mexico, during the French intervention in Mexico.  It was a major Mexican victory, and is commemorated every year.  The (Continue reading)

Living Coast Discovery Center

Living Coast Discovery Center

The Living Coast Discover Center, where wonder comes naturally on San Diego Bay! The Living Coast Discovery Center The Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista, is truly a place of wonder! Nestled on the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, the Living Coast Discovery Center gives you the unique (Continue reading)

Reuben H Fleet Science Center

Reuben H Fleet Science Center

You may think you know what you’ll see at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in San Diego’s Balboa Park, but you might be surprised. Sure, you’ll find eight galleries with more than 100 interactive science exhibits. You’ll get to touch a tornado (yes, really!). But what you don’t expect to see: a series of (Continue reading)

Visit the San Diego Mormon Battalion

Visit the San Diego Mormon Battalion

The Mormon Battalion was the only religiously-based unit in United States Military history. It served for a year in the mid 1840s. The Battalion played a pivotal role in the U.S.’s successful push to secure land in the western states. During its service, the battalion marched nearly 2,000 miles from Council (Continue reading)

Spanish Village Art Center

Spanish Village Art Center

Artists need space and freedom to create. And right here in Balboa Park, the Spanish Art Village gives artists exactly that. The Village is filled with art studios, each one home to a creative soul. As a visitor to the Village, you can see real artists creating real pieces of art, right before your very eyes! It is (Continue reading)

Orange County

Orange County

Years ago, a popular television show called “The O.C.” put Orange County on the national map in a way no one could have imagined. Almost overnight, Orange County, the O/C., became a place where rich people enjoyed constantly sunny days, sailed on yachts while sipping the finest champagne, and had so much money (Continue reading)

Catalina Island

Catalina Island

Everyone has his or her own idea of what Paradise might be like. For those who love the outdoors, feel renewed as they look out over the ocean, enjoy perusing quaint shops and then enjoying a glass of tea in an outdoor café, Catalina Island fits the bill. Catalina Island is located 22 miles off of the coast of (Continue reading)

Flying Leatherneck Museum

Flying Leatherneck Museum

The Flying Leatherneck Museum in MCAS Miramar showcases the history and story of Marine aviators. Known for their feats of daring on the battlefield, they have a well-earned reputation as phenomenal flyers as well. While you’re at the Flying Leatherneck Museum spend some time in the research library to learn even (Continue reading)

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