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Sunday, May 26 - Monday, May 27
Lane Field Park Markets
A beautiful street food & craft market located in Downtown San Diego opposite Broadway Pier. Enjoy delicious food from 20+ food vendors while relaxing on a soft picnic rug under umbrellas (provided by the venue), listening to live music, playing lawn games and enjoying the vibe. Food and drinks on offer include Thai burgers, wood fired pizza, Vietnamese bao, Indian,...
Monday, May 27
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum Names Chef Josef Felts as Executive Chef
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, a popular Carlsbad dining and museum venue modeled after the iconic Boston tavern has named Josef Felts as its Executive Chef.  Chef Felts comes to the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum from the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, where he was recruited by Chef Bernard Guillas to run the prestigious “Club Dining,” for members...
Monday, May 27
Local Restaurants Partner with Promises2Kids for Foodies 4 Foster Kids
Show you care by dining where it matters throughout the month of May to benefit 3,000 children in foster care. Promises2Kids has partnered with 24 local restaurants to raise funds for San Diego foster children through Camp Connect, Guardian Scholars, Foster Funds and the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center. From the moment they come into foster care and through...
Tuesday, May 28
Ken Ludwig\'s The Gods of Comedy
Daphne and Ralph are young classics professors who have just made a discovery that’s sure to turn them into academic superstars: an ancient Greek manuscript of incalculable value. But clumsy Daphne has managed to misplace it, and if she doesn’t find it soon, her career hopes will come crashing down.   Despairing, she cries out, “Save me, gods of ancient...
Tuesday, May 28
In Transit
Five artists working in different media explore the stories of immigrants traversing the unstable land between home and hope. Works focus on the temporary, suspended experience of living between cultures.
Tuesday, May 28
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum Names Chef Josef Felts as Executive Chef
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, a popular Carlsbad dining and museum venue modeled after the iconic Boston tavern has named Josef Felts as its Executive Chef.  Chef Felts comes to the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum from the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, where he was recruited by Chef Bernard Guillas to run the prestigious “Club Dining,” for members...
Tuesday, May 28
Critical Sync DBFZ Viedo Game Tournament
Critical Sync Weekly of Power is the place to be every Tuesday night at the GameSync Esports Arena. The 1v1 Double Elimination brackets give you one chance at redemption, don’t waste it! Doors open and sign ups begin at 6pm, arrive early and challenge a friend or foe to a practice match or two. Make sure your controllers are warmed...
Tuesday, May 28
What You Are
Feeling adrift in a changing America he no longer recognizes, Don scrapes together a living and struggles to support his family through hard work and good intentions. But everything around him, from his younger co-workers, to the technology in his office job, to even his own opinionated daughter, seems alien to the certainties and stabilities he once knew. When a...
Tuesday, May 28
Local Restaurants Partner with Promises2Kids for Foodies 4 Foster Kids
Show you care by dining where it matters throughout the month of May to benefit 3,000 children in foster care. Promises2Kids has partnered with 24 local restaurants to raise funds for San Diego foster children through Camp Connect, Guardian Scholars, Foster Funds and the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center. From the moment they come into foster care and through...
Wednesday, May 29
Ken Ludwig\'s The Gods of Comedy
Daphne and Ralph are young classics professors who have just made a discovery that’s sure to turn them into academic superstars: an ancient Greek manuscript of incalculable value. But clumsy Daphne has managed to misplace it, and if she doesn’t find it soon, her career hopes will come crashing down.   Despairing, she cries out, “Save me, gods of ancient...
Wednesday, May 29
In Transit
Five artists working in different media explore the stories of immigrants traversing the unstable land between home and hope. Works focus on the temporary, suspended experience of living between cultures.
Wednesday, May 29
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum Names Chef Josef Felts as Executive Chef
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, a popular Carlsbad dining and museum venue modeled after the iconic Boston tavern has named Josef Felts as its Executive Chef.  Chef Felts comes to the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum from the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, where he was recruited by Chef Bernard Guillas to run the prestigious “Club Dining,” for members...
Wednesday, May 29
What You Are
Feeling adrift in a changing America he no longer recognizes, Don scrapes together a living and struggles to support his family through hard work and good intentions. But everything around him, from his younger co-workers, to the technology in his office job, to even his own opinionated daughter, seems alien to the certainties and stabilities he once knew. When a...
Wednesday, May 29
Local Restaurants Partner with Promises2Kids for Foodies 4 Foster Kids
Show you care by dining where it matters throughout the month of May to benefit 3,000 children in foster care. Promises2Kids has partnered with 24 local restaurants to raise funds for San Diego foster children through Camp Connect, Guardian Scholars, Foster Funds and the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center. From the moment they come into foster care and through...
Thursday, May 30
Ken Ludwig\'s The Gods of Comedy
Daphne and Ralph are young classics professors who have just made a discovery that’s sure to turn them into academic superstars: an ancient Greek manuscript of incalculable value. But clumsy Daphne has managed to misplace it, and if she doesn’t find it soon, her career hopes will come crashing down.   Despairing, she cries out, “Save me, gods of ancient...
Thursday, May 30
In Transit
Five artists working in different media explore the stories of immigrants traversing the unstable land between home and hope. Works focus on the temporary, suspended experience of living between cultures.
Wednesday, May 29 - Thursday, May 30
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, May 30
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum Names Chef Josef Felts as Executive Chef
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, a popular Carlsbad dining and museum venue modeled after the iconic Boston tavern has named Josef Felts as its Executive Chef.  Chef Felts comes to the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum from the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, where he was recruited by Chef Bernard Guillas to run the prestigious “Club Dining,” for members...
Wednesday, May 29 - Thursday, May 30
The Long Run – The Eagles Tribute Band
“The Long Run - Experience The Eagles” has earned its place among the top-drawing tribute acts in North America and is widely regarded as the finest Eagles tribute show working today. The Long Run was hand-picked to perform the music on Mark Cuban’s & Ryan Seacrest’s network AXS-TV, their 90-minute live concert for the hit TV show “The World’s Greatest...
Thursday, May 30
Mainly Mozart Festival Opening Concert with Derek Paravicini
The opening concert of the Mainly Mozart Festival features blind and autistic piano virtuoso Derek Paravicini. Know as "The Human Jukebox" he has performed in concert halls across Europe and the US. He has been featured three times on '60 Minutes' as well as in Adam Ockelford's best-selling book "In the Key of Genius." Derek and his teacher Adam return...
Thursday, May 30
Local Restaurants Partner with Promises2Kids for Foodies 4 Foster Kids
Show you care by dining where it matters throughout the month of May to benefit 3,000 children in foster care. Promises2Kids has partnered with 24 local restaurants to raise funds for San Diego foster children through Camp Connect, Guardian Scholars, Foster Funds and the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center. From the moment they come into foster care and through...
Friday, May 31
Ken Ludwig\'s The Gods of Comedy
Daphne and Ralph are young classics professors who have just made a discovery that’s sure to turn them into academic superstars: an ancient Greek manuscript of incalculable value. But clumsy Daphne has managed to misplace it, and if she doesn’t find it soon, her career hopes will come crashing down.   Despairing, she cries out, “Save me, gods of ancient...
Friday, May 31
In Transit
Five artists working in different media explore the stories of immigrants traversing the unstable land between home and hope. Works focus on the temporary, suspended experience of living between cultures.
Friday, May 31
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum Names Chef Josef Felts as Executive Chef
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, a popular Carlsbad dining and museum venue modeled after the iconic Boston tavern has named Josef Felts as its Executive Chef.  Chef Felts comes to the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum from the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, where he was recruited by Chef Bernard Guillas to run the prestigious “Club Dining,” for members...
Friday, May 31
Local Restaurants Partner with Promises2Kids for Foodies 4 Foster Kids
Show you care by dining where it matters throughout the month of May to benefit 3,000 children in foster care. Promises2Kids has partnered with 24 local restaurants to raise funds for San Diego foster children through Camp Connect, Guardian Scholars, Foster Funds and the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center. From the moment they come into foster care and through...
Saturday, Jun 1
Ken Ludwig\'s The Gods of Comedy
Daphne and Ralph are young classics professors who have just made a discovery that’s sure to turn them into academic superstars: an ancient Greek manuscript of incalculable value. But clumsy Daphne has managed to misplace it, and if she doesn’t find it soon, her career hopes will come crashing down.   Despairing, she cries out, “Save me, gods of ancient...
Saturday, Jun 1
Zero Waste Fair
Join I Love A Clean San Diego and the City of Encinitas on the journey towards zero waste with the 4th annual Zero Waste Fair sponsored by the City of Encinitas. It’s the culmination of all of our workshops! The Details: The Zero Waste Fair is a family friendly event, with educational and interactive booths exploring topics such as bulk...
Saturday, Jun 1
In Transit
Five artists working in different media explore the stories of immigrants traversing the unstable land between home and hope. Works focus on the temporary, suspended experience of living between cultures.
Tuesday, Feb 12 - Saturday, Jun 1
Icons: Cars that Drove Our Imagination
The San Diego Automotive Museum in Balboa Park is proud to announce the opening of its new exhibit, Icons: Cars that Drove Our Imagination. The exhibit will run until June 1, 2019. Icon: A person or object that is revered. Iconic vehicles set new standards in technology, design, and popularity, inspiring deep feeling and esteem in their adherents. In some cases, a...
Saturday, Jun 1
PACIFIC\\\'s fifth annual Margarita Festival & Grand Tasting Event
WHO MAKES SAN DIEGO'S BEST MARGARITA? Enjoy margaritas crafted on-site, dance to live music, fill up on grub from gourmet food trucks and shop 'till you drop at the marketplace at PACIFIC's Margarita Festival & Grand Tasting Event! The Margarita Festival is a celebration of San Diego's original craft cocktail. Taste margaritas from over 25 of the city's top bars...
Saturday, Jun 1
Ruocco Park Market
Ruocco Park Market is a weekly artisanal showcase of the creative street food and craft scene in San Diego. Set on the waterfront at beautiful Ruocco Park between Tuna Harbor Dockside Market and the USS Midway in Downtown San Diego, overlooking the beautiful San Diego Bay. Street food vendors line the water’s edge in this magical bay area ready to...
Saturday, Jun 1
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum Names Chef Josef Felts as Executive Chef
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, a popular Carlsbad dining and museum venue modeled after the iconic Boston tavern has named Josef Felts as its Executive Chef.  Chef Felts comes to the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum from the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, where he was recruited by Chef Bernard Guillas to run the prestigious “Club Dining,” for members...
Saturday, Jun 1
Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center 2019 Seedling Soiree
Join Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center, a garden and nutrition education center whose mission is to empower students and families to be healthy and active citizens through gardening, environmental stewardship and nutrition education, for the 2019 Seedling Soirée on June 1st, at the Olivewood Gardens in National City. The special culinary feast features local chefs, vintners, and brewers with a...
Saturday, Jun 1
Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center 2019 Seedling Soirée
Come enjoy Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center’s 2019 Seedling Soirée on Saturday, June 1 from 5 to 9 p.m. at Olivewood’s historic 6.85-acre property in National City. The organization’s mission is to empower students and families to be healthy and active citizens through gardening, environmental stewardship, and nutrition education. Taking place in the gardens, the farm-to-table feast under the stars...
Saturday, Jun 1
Water Lantern Festival Escondido
Water Lantern Festival was Voted #1 Best Cultural Festival by USA TODAY. Water Lantern Festival is a floating lantern event that is all about connections. Magical nights in cities across the U.S. include food, games, activities, vendors, music and the beauty of thousands of lanterns adorned with letters of love, hope and dreams reflect upon the water. As the sun...
Sunday, Jun 2
Ken Ludwig\'s The Gods of Comedy
Daphne and Ralph are young classics professors who have just made a discovery that’s sure to turn them into academic superstars: an ancient Greek manuscript of incalculable value. But clumsy Daphne has managed to misplace it, and if she doesn’t find it soon, her career hopes will come crashing down.   Despairing, she cries out, “Save me, gods of ancient...
Sunday, Jun 2
In Transit
Five artists working in different media explore the stories of immigrants traversing the unstable land between home and hope. Works focus on the temporary, suspended experience of living between cultures.
Sunday, Jun 2
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, Jun 2
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum Names Chef Josef Felts as Executive Chef
Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, a popular Carlsbad dining and museum venue modeled after the iconic Boston tavern has named Josef Felts as its Executive Chef.  Chef Felts comes to the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum from the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, where he was recruited by Chef Bernard Guillas to run the prestigious “Club Dining,” for members...
Saturday, Jun 1 - Sunday, Jun 2
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
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