20th Annual Sicilian Festival on Sunday May 19, 2013!
The music, dance, culture and cuisine of Sicily come to the streets of San Diego's Little Italy on Sunday, May 19th as part of the 20th Annual Sicilian Festival celebration on India Street. Since 1993, when the first Sicilian Festival was held by (Continue reading)
With more than 4,500 mammals, reptiles, birds, insects, and amphibians, the World Famous San Diego Zoo is a must see attraction in San Diego. Embrace your adventurous side as you observe these unique animals in their natural habitats while strolling along the Zoo’s paths surrounded by exotic plants. You’ll (Continue reading)
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)
A celebration of Chocolate on the Bay!
May 3rd - 5th, 2013
Wine, Cheese & Chocolate Affair
Friday May 3, 2013 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Enjoy a presentation by Mars Chocolate North America about the origin and history of chocolate over the years. Wine and chocolate pairings, from California Fruit Wine and (Continue reading)
Imperial Beach- Imperial Beach is a residential beach city in San Diego County, CA. This city has a total population of 26,324 according to the 2010 census. The city is the most southern beach city in Southern California and the West Coast of the United States. It is the South Bay area of San Diego, which is located (Continue reading)
The San Diego Museum of Art, located in Balboa Park, preserves, interprets, and displays the finest works of art that men and women have created throughout time. The Museum’s collections are all encompassing with objects from across the globe, ranging in date from 5,000 B.C. to the present. Perhaps best known for (Continue reading)
People of all ages are able to enjoy and learn about the unique history of San Diego at the San Diego History Center. Located in the heart of beautiful Balboa Park, the Center hosts dozens of public programs and special events each year. Programs include walking tours, historic homes tours, lectures, workshops, (Continue reading)
In February 1986, architect and surfer Stuart Resor appeared in a local newspaper article inviting interested people to found a museum honoring the history of surfing, as he felt that the early days of the sport were slipping away. Thirteen folks showed up, formed a board of directors, and went to work creating The (Continue reading)
The artists at Spanish Village Art Center, located in the heart of Balboa Park, invite you to stroll through San Diego’s most coveted secret for art lovers. Patrons, art lovers, and curious folks alike can enjoy artwork of over 250 artisans and craftspeople showcasing their work in 37 colorful working artist (Continue reading)
Discover the festive spirit of San Diego’s legendary historic Gaslamp Quarter. The Gaslamp Quarter is a 16½ block historical neighborhood in downtown San Diego. The name “Gaslamp” is in reference to the gas lamps that were common in San Diego in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The area is listed as (Continue reading)