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Saturday, Mar 30
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Saturday, Mar 30
Local Military Nonprofit Debuts First Annual Women Warriors Conference
Clever Talks, is a 501(c)3 non-profit  organization dedicated to boosting the morale and personal development skills of active duty military members and veterans through shared ideas and stories.   On Saturday, March 30, 2019, Clever Talks will be hosting their first annual Women Warriors Conference at IDEA1 San Diego, 895 Park Blvd. San Diego CA. 92101. The event will inspire...
Saturday, Mar 30
Water Lantern Festival | San Diego
Tickets are on sale for the San Diego Water Lantern Festival at Chollas Park. Get your tickets at www.WaterLanternFestival.com before they sell out! Water Lantern Festival is an amazing experience where you'll witness the magic of lanterns as they light up the water.   Price: $1 - $45 Get your tickets before the event sells out. The sooner you sign-up the cheaper...
Saturday, Mar 30
Puerto Nuevo Lobster Dinner Tour
Join Wild Foodie Tours and enjoy a night out for a lobster dinner tour in Puerto Nuevo, home of the world famous Puerto Nuevo-style lobster!  You'll travel through Tijuana and Rosarito down the coast to the charming seaside village and enjoy a traditional Puerto Nuevo lobster dinner with homemade flour tortillas, drawn butter, rice, beans, chips and salsa, and drinks...
Saturday, Mar 30 - Sunday, Mar 31
5th Annual Bunny Ball presented by PARQ
Cruise 4 Kids is hosting their 5th annual Bunny Ball presented by PARQ Restaurant & Nightclub on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 to raise money and collect Bunnies for sick and underprivileged children. The Bunny Ball is a high-energy black-tie spring celebration held at a new location, PARQ Restaurant & Nightclub'. San Diego's finest dress in their most colorful formal wear...
Sunday, Mar 31
Lane Field Park Markets
An exciting new street food market located in Downtown San Diego opposite Broadway Pier. Enjoy delicious food from 20+ food vendors while relaxing on a soft picnic rug under an umbrella (provided by the venue), listening to live music, playing lawn games and enjoying the vibe. Food and drinks on offer include wood fired pizza, grass fed burgers, bao, pupusas,...
Sunday, Mar 31
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Sunday, Mar 31
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Saturday, Mar 30 - Sunday, Mar 31
Just Between Friends Consignment Event
San Diego’s largest children’s and maternity consignment sale is March 30-31, 2019 at the Scottish Rite Event Center in Mission Valley.  We will have thousands of gently used and new children’s and maternity items from over 300 local families totally organized and showcased in 15,000 square feet of space.  It’s a safe, convenient way to find everything you need for...
Saturday, Mar 30 - Sunday, Mar 31
MetroDemic Game
San Diego is being ravaged by a nasty epidemic that only you can stop! In this outdoor game, you’ll have 90-minutes to save as many souls as possible armed only with your wits and your smartphones. Learn about our downtown San Diego game
Monday, Apr 1
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Monday, Apr 1
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Tuesday, Apr 2
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Tuesday, Apr 2
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Wednesday, Apr 3
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Wednesday, Apr 3
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Thursday, Apr 4
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Thursday, Apr 4
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Wednesday, Apr 3 - Thursday, Apr 4
Carlsbad’s Weekly Farmer’s Market
For over twenty years, Carlsbad has had a Farmers’ Market in the heart of its Village. Every Wednesday, year-round, State Street turns into an open-air specialty food market offering products from over 50 vendors, live music, and seating for dining. From 3pm to 7pm (Spring and Summer) and from 3pm to 6pm (Fall and Winter) locals and visitors alike can...
Thursday, Apr 4
By The Barrel: Wine
Enjoy a decadent coursed pairing dinner prepared by Estancia's locally-celebrated Executive Chef Vincent Savignano. While savoring your dinner, the winemakers will lead you through a selection of award-winning red and white Trinitas treasures, with time in the evening to experience Estancia's Trinitas Cellars Wine Bar, the winery’s only Southern California tasting room. TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR $125 - https://goo.gl/xTcQdg Includes endless food...
Friday, Apr 5
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Friday, Apr 5
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Saturday, Apr 6
Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich Classic
In celebration of National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day, teams comprised of culinary devotees representing the ranks of both amateur and professional chefs, will gather in Balboa Park’s historic Balboa Park Club. The 2nd Annual PB&J Sandwich-Classic will feature some of the most creative uses of peanut butter and jelly that ever graced two slices of bread. And, after the last of the peanut butter...
Saturday, Apr 6
Fashion With A Passion
Since 1980, Make-A-Wish® has provided children and their families with a life-affirming experience in the midst of a very challenging time. A wish has the power to change a child’s mental state, provide desperately-needed respite for a family, and allow the child’s and his/her family to experience a sense of normalcy. This sensational fashion event features exceptional food and wine,...
Saturday, Apr 6
Fashion With A Passion
Fashion With A Passion: Fashion event at FIDM benefitting Make-A-Wish® San Diego 9th Annual Fashion With A Passion event benefitting Make-A-Wish® San Diego Saturday, April 6th, 2019 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Location: Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM), 350 Tenth Ave., 3rd Floor, San Diego, 92101. For more information and to purchase $45 early bird General Admission tickets...
Saturday, Apr 6
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Saturday, Apr 6
Walk For Wishes 2019
WALK ALONGSIDE OUR MISSION! Walk For Wishes® is a nationwide Make-A-Wish® fundraiser that celebrates the more than 300,000 wishes that have already been granted, while raising funds for future wishes. It's a family-friendly event powered by wish families, volunteers, companies, donors and friends. 1. Register. Sign up today and invite friends, family and colleagues to join your team. 2. Fundraise....
Saturday, Apr 6
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Saturday, Apr 6
They Promised Her the Moon
In 1960 the famed “Mercury Seven” trained at NASA to become the first American astronauts. But they weren’t alone. Thirteen women also underwent the same rigorous psychological and physical testing. The first woman to be tested, Jerrie Cobb, even out-performed her male counterparts. But while Alan Shepard and John Glenn went on to become household names, Ms. Cobb never got...
Sunday, Apr 7
Lane Field Park Markets
An exciting new street food market located in Downtown San Diego opposite Broadway Pier. Enjoy delicious food from 20+ food vendors while relaxing on a soft picnic rug under an umbrella (provided by the venue), listening to live music, playing lawn games and enjoying the vibe. Food and drinks on offer include wood fired pizza, grass fed burgers, bao, pupusas,...
Sunday, Apr 7
Futures Past and Present
A juried exhibition of student and faculty work from the School of Art + Design, Futures Past and Present explores the concept of time by looking to the future. It is part of SDSU’s Common Experience initiative, celebrating a campus-wide theme of “Time” for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Sunday, Apr 7
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Sunday, Apr 7
They Promised Her the Moon
In 1960 the famed “Mercury Seven” trained at NASA to become the first American astronauts. But they weren’t alone. Thirteen women also underwent the same rigorous psychological and physical testing. The first woman to be tested, Jerrie Cobb, even out-performed her male counterparts. But while Alan Shepard and John Glenn went on to become household names, Ms. Cobb never got...
Saturday, Apr 6 - Sunday, Apr 7
MetroDemic Game
San Diego is being ravaged by a nasty epidemic that only you can stop! In this outdoor game, you’ll have 90-minutes to save as many souls as possible armed only with your wits and your smartphones. Learn about our downtown San Diego game
Monday, Apr 8
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Tuesday, Apr 9
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Tuesday, Apr 9
They Promised Her the Moon
In 1960 the famed “Mercury Seven” trained at NASA to become the first American astronauts. But they weren’t alone. Thirteen women also underwent the same rigorous psychological and physical testing. The first woman to be tested, Jerrie Cobb, even out-performed her male counterparts. But while Alan Shepard and John Glenn went on to become household names, Ms. Cobb never got...
Wednesday, Apr 10
Salk Institute Public Symposium
The Power Within—Harnessing our immune system to fight diseases. Join us to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Salk Institute’s NOMIS Center for Immunobiology and Microbial Pathogenesis as we bring together experts in immunology, virology and infectious disease for a daylong symposium at the Institute’s iconic campus in La Jolla.   Keynote speech and book signing by Sonia Shah, award-winning author...
Wednesday, Apr 10
Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures with Hornblower Cruises
If you love whales, dolphins and sea birds, hop on board for a breathtaking experience on the open ocean. We’ll speed out to sea on one of our large, comfortable yachts and pass barking sea lions and leaping dolphins as we search for the legendary gray whales—known for migrating the longest distance of any mammal on Earth. Two Cruises Daily from December...
Wednesday, Apr 10
They Promised Her the Moon
In 1960 the famed “Mercury Seven” trained at NASA to become the first American astronauts. But they weren’t alone. Thirteen women also underwent the same rigorous psychological and physical testing. The first woman to be tested, Jerrie Cobb, even out-performed her male counterparts. But while Alan Shepard and John Glenn went on to become household names, Ms. Cobb never got...
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