Things To Do This Week
The first day of Autumn is this week. But that doesn’t mean things cool down too much in San Diego! There are still plenty of Things To Do This Week:
The Impossible Science Festival Sept. 23 & 24th only! A unique, hands-on, interactive event that explores the science behind the seemingly impossible. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn how to turn objects invisible, explore levitation, play with the science of mind control, discover impossible figures and even learn how to walk on water. This event will examine the question “what is possible?” and use visual and interactive experiences to show how the seemingly impossible can become possible through curiosity and knowledge. Get tickets here.
Celebrating a special occasion this week, or just looking for a special night out just because? Whatever the occasion, raise your glass and enjoy a three-hour dinner cruise. On Hornblower Cruises, you’ll dine and dance on the gorgeous San Diego Bay, where the sparkling lights of the city will serve as your backdrop. Free Wi-fi onboard. Cruises nightly. Book your Dinner Cruise here.
MainStreet Oceanside’s Sunset Market, a bright spot in downtown Oceanside since August 2007, is so much more than a Farmers Market. Thousands of residents and visitors gather each week to enjoy varied hot food offerings, eclectic merchandise, gourmet packaged food and live entertainment. This family-friendly event also features Dorothy’s KidZone with children’s’ activities. Thursday, Sept. 21. Information here.
What better way to kick off the first days of Autumn than with apple pie! As part of Julian’s Apple Days Celebration, a two-day Apple Days Festival will be held September 23 & 24, 2017 at Menghini Winery. Featuring music, dancing, an antique tractor display, children’s games, activities, gold panning demonstrations, a beer and wine garden, food and merchandise vendors, contests, and of course apple pie! The event runs from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, both Saturday, and Sunday. The admission is $5 for adults with children 12 and under free of charge. The first 250 people through the gate (paid admission only) each day receive a FREE pie server. Get your tickets here.