Break out the shades and flip flops, it's officially summer season in San Diego. After the break are our five to try for this 3-day weekend. What will you be doing?
It’s festival season in San Diego and what better way to enjoy the city than to enjoy it for free! After the break are our 3 for Free this weekend in San Diego.
Food, drinks and a chalk outline await you at the fun and hilarious Dinner Detective’s interactive murder mystery dinner show in San Diego! After the break, leave a comment on this post by noon on December 9, 2011 for a chance to win 4 tickets to an upcoming murder mystery served with a side of delicious food…
From traditional holiday parades and festivals to the migration of California gray whales along the Pacific coast, a visit to San Diego during the winter offers a wealth of free, fun and festive experiences.
I know where we will be during the next month! LEGOLAND is pulling out all the holiday cheer and will be celebrating with its biggest, brightest and coolest celebration ever with Holiday Snow Days. The celebration begins November 19 when the snow “falls” for the first time ever at LEGOLAND and continues with the lighting of the world’s largest LEGO Christmas tree and concludes with the annual Kids’ New Year’s Eve Party.
Looking for some free things to do in San Diego this November 11-12, 2011 weekend? Don’t worry, we got you covered with our 3 for Free!
1. San Diego Beer Week: From November 4-13, hundreds of beer-centric events take place throughout the county during this 10-day festival that highlights San Diego’s award-winning craft beer, breweries and pubs. Two capstone events are the San Diego Brewers Guild Festival’s kick-off on November 5 at Liberty Station on Point Loma and the closing event, a beer and food pairing at the Lodge at Torrey Pines in La Jolla on November 13.
1. San Diego Asian Film Festival: From October 20-28, International film fanatics will have the opportunity to partake in one of the largest exhibitions of Asian international and Asian American cinema in North America. Along with narrative features, the Festival also showcases documentaries, short films and animation. 2. Harvest Festival: The 39th Annual Harvest Festival […]
1. TRASH, The New Children’s Museum: Features the work of 12 artists from around the globe focused on the kid-friendly and timely topic of trash. The exhibition encompasses each work of art, hands on art-making projects, school curricula, artist lectures, family workshops and special events. The exhibition opens with a free community block party on […]
1. The 30th Adams Avenue Street Fair: Southern California’s largest free two-day all-ages music festival will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Saturday, September 24, from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, and Sunday, September 25, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. This year’s Adam’s Avenue Street Fair will include more than 70 musical acts performing on […]