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Things To Do This Weekend: September 19th – September 21st

Things To Do This Weekend: September 19th - September 21st

  Click Here For Complete Event Calendar All Weekend Carlsbad Village Theatre Music Festival When: All Weekend Location: 2822 State Street, Carlsbad Cost: $20 - 95 The Carlsbad Music Festival is an annual event that features world-class adventurous performers and composers in the charming (Continue reading)

Liberty Station

Liberty Station

  Liberty Station is a special place where everything comes together. Land and Water. Indoors and Outdoors. Past and Present. Shopping, Site seeing, Relaxing, Entertainment and Culture. Work and Play. Residents, Neighbors, Locals and Visitors. With a full calendar of events for all ages, it's the place (Continue reading)

First Annual Taste Of Oceanside

First Annual Taste Of Oceanside

To celebrate the red hot restaurant scene in Downtown Oceanside, MainStreet Oceanside's Promotion Committee is coordinating the 1st Annual Taste of Oceanside. On Saturday, September 13th from noon – 4pm, restaurants, breweries and wineries will be offering samples of their very best food and beverages to the (Continue reading)

Free After 3 – San Diego History Center

Free After 3 - San Diego History Center

The San Diego History Center in Balboa Park is offering a “FREE after 3” value added promotion on Thursdays from now until just before Thanksgiving. The History Center is committed to educating and enriching our community by fostering an appreciation and excitement for the rich and diverse stories of (Continue reading)

Grape Day Festival and Parade

For early birds, the Grape Day 5k fun run at 7:30 is the way to start your day. The short Grape Day Parade begins at 9:30 on Grand Avenue and travels from Escondido Blvd to Juniper. It includes marching bands, walking groups, equestrians and historic automobiles. The festival in the park is from 9:30 until (Continue reading)

Birch Aquarium Full Moon Pier Walk

Birch Aquarium Full Moon Pier Walk

A warm night lit by a full moon is the perfect time to explore one of La Jolla's most prominent landmarks. The Ellen Browning Scripps Memorial Pier, usually closed to the public, is used by scientists, students and aquarium staff for a variety of research projects. It also serves as a platform to collect local marine (Continue reading)

Oceanside Art Walk

Oceanside Art Walk

  Oceanside is the home to military, surf, skate and NOW A THRIVING ART DISTRICT.  Join us as we promote our vibrant art community showcasing live performances, music, poetry, art education, culinary and pop-up art galleries embedded in local businesses and public spaces. Who:  Over 2,000 regional (Continue reading)

Things To Do This Weekend: August 29- August 31

Things To Do This Weekend: August 29- August 31

Click Here For Complete Event Calendar   Maritime Festival Of Sail When: August 29th -  Sept 1st / 9am - 7pm Location: 1492 North Harbor Drive Cost: $7 Festival of Sail is the LARGEST Tall Ship festival on the west coast and is hosted at the Maritime Museum of San Diego, transforming the (Continue reading)

15th Annual Hawaiian Plumeria Festiva

15th Annual Hawaiian Plumeria Festiva

  Presented by the Southern California Plumeria Society The 2013 Hawaiian Plumeria Festival was a record-breaker! More than 5000 people came out to see, smell, and enjoy plumerias. Join us for this year's Festival! Saturday & Sunday, August 30-31, 2014 (Labor Day weekend) 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Continue reading)

85th Annual Oceanside Labor Day Pier Swim

85th Annual Oceanside Labor Day Pier Swim

Proudly Sponsored by the Oceanside Swim Club, Inc (a non-profit organization) The Pier Swim opens with swimmers diving into the surf, circles one mile around the pier and ultimately ends with swimmers riding waves onto the beach and dashing towards a finish line on the sand. Not much has changed in the years since (Continue reading)

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