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San Diego Events Calendar by Month

March

March 1
San Diego Bird Festival
10:00am – 2:00pm
1936 Quivira Way, Mission Bay
Join us for activities, live bird presentations, interesting workshops, and guided bird walks for the whole family.

March 2
Big Easy Bites and Booze
5:00pm – 12am
Participating Restaurants
Celebrate Mardi Gras in the Gaslamp Quarter downtown San Diego. Dance and dine all night at this largest event in the Gaslamp Quarter.

March 3
St. Patrick’s Day Half Marathon
6:30am
Downtown El Cajon, Main St. & Magnolia
Runners and competitors are welcome to join the 2020 costume contest. We’re inviting you to dress up with your BEST Irish- inspired outfits! Bring on the stylish shamrock ladies, dapper Irishmen, and dryad faery folks.

March 5-8
San Diego Comic Fest
Four Points by Sheraton, 8110 Aero Dr.
The San Diego Comic Fest is the friendly comic convention with a casual atmosphere and an intimate scale that allows fans to mingle directly with professionals and exhibitors.

March 7
San Diego Undy Walk/Run
8:00am
Mission Bay Park, De Anza Cove, 2750 North Mission Bay Drive
Your participation in the Undy Run/Walk helps the Colon Cancer Alliance and our local partners fight colorectal cancer in critical ways.

March 7-8
CRSSD Festival
12:00pm – 11:00pm
Waterfront Park, 1600 Pacific Hwy.
The CRSSD Fest is a two-day, 21 and older musical festival that takes place at the County of San Diego Waterfront Park. The music festival includes three stages offering an array of live and DJ performances, a full selection of craft beer, and local food vendors from the San Diego area. 

March 7-8
Busker Fest
7pm – 10pm
849 West Harbor Drive
Busker Festival at Seaport Village celebrates the fascinating and unique talents of street performers who come from across the world to entertain us here in San Diego.

March 7
Coast to Crest 10K & 5K
8:00am
2801 Via De La Valle, Del Mar
This very flat, very fast trail is considered a SPRINT COURSE by most, and if you are a runner looking for a new PR, then look no further. Both the 10K and 5K courses feature spectacular views of the lagoon and a DOWN HILL finish. The trail is beautifully groomed and 100% dirt trail. 

March 8
Mariachi Festival
11:00am – 7:00pm
Chula Vista, Bay Park
The National City Chamber of Commerce and The Unified Port of San Diego are hosting the 7th Annual Mariachi Festival & Competition. The event will highlight Mariachi groups from all over the United States and Mexico. In addition to offering live entertainment, the festival will have a family area with many attractions from face painting, extreme water sports, bungee, a wrestling exhibition and virtual reality games. The festival provides entertainment for families to come together and celebrate San Diego’s heritage through Mariachi music and traditional Ballet Folklorico dancing.

March 14
Leprechaun Run 5K
8:00am
875 Garnet Avenue
Are you ready to take on the Pacific Beach 5K Challenge in 2020!? Complete the San Diego Leprechaun Run 5K, Pacific Beachfest 5K and the San Diego Santa Run 5K all in 2020 to earn the MASSIVE Pacific Beach 5K Challenge Medal!

March 14
St. Patrick’s Day 10K Run
7:45am
Mission Bay Park
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this flat, fast 10k run at Mission Bay Park. It’s a great opportunity to run & gun for a fast 10k mark early in the year. Participants receive a dry release race t-shirt and finishers medal. Awards run 3-deep in each age category. There is also a 2.4-mile fun run/walk.

March 14
ShamRock
2:00pm – 12am
Fifth Avenue & G St.
Frolic through a clover field with your green Bud Light beer or Tullamore Dew whiskey libation as 6 blocks of the Gaslamp Quarter get covered with over 50,000 square feet of luscious emerald green astro turf! Bust out your best jig with performances by traditional Irish steppers, or shake your clovers across 3 stages of non-stop live music including nationally recognized Irish rock and Celtic bands, top DJs and more! Feeling lucky? Make way to the ALL NEW shamrock Shenanigans Street for a variety of Saint Patrick’s Day-themed games!

March 15
San Diego Half Marathon & Padres 5K
7:30am
Don’t miss your chance to finish inside Petco Park and score our best perks yet! All runners will take home our technical participant shirt, finisher’s medal, reusable tote bag, and commemorative Swingin’ Friar Bobblehead. All Half Marathon, Relay, and 5K participants will also receive a San Diego Padres ticket voucher for a 2020 series game at Petco Park!

March 20-22
Rocket Con
10:00am – 5:00pm
Scottish Rite Event Center, 1895 Camino del Rio S.
2-day comic and toy show in the center of sunny San Diego, CA. You will find many unique vendors selling all kinds of geeky collectibles from statues to comics and games.

March 21
Best Coast Beer Fest
12:00pm – 4:00pm
Embarcadero Marina Park North, 400 Kettner Blvd.
Bringing together over 100 breweries from all across the Best Coast, the festival will allow nearly 5,000 beer lovers the opportunity to sippity, sip, sip on over 200 beers from 100 of the West Coast’s best breweries. The beers will be perfectly paired with unbeatable views of San Diego Bay and the downtown skyline.

March 21
Hillcrest Car Show
2:00pm – 6:00pm
Normal Street between Harvey Milk Street and University Avenue
Come and see classic cars displayed, talk to the owners, and get information on how to join the LGBT Classic Car Club.

March 22
Hot Chocolate 5K & 15K 
6:45am
Tailgate parking lot, adjacent to Petco Park
The event is a 5K and 15K race that begins and ends at Petco Park and travels through downtown, Golden Hill, and North Park. Both courses provide a good workout. The post-race party contains pop music, hot cocoa, and treats dipped in chocolate fondue.

March 22-24
Cherry Blossom Festival
10:00am – 6:00pm
Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego
Visitors are able to enjoy the Japanese custom of hanami – appreciating the beauty of cherry blossom flowers. Last year, our cherry blossoms attracted over 12,000 people and are expected to surpass that number as this will be our third year holding the festival over three days! Each day will be accompanied by various food vendors, cultural performances and demonstrations, and a plethora of family friendly activities!

March 23
Wanderlust 108 San Diego
7:30am – 3:30pm
Embarcadero Marina Park South
Wanderlust 108 runs are self-described “mindful triathlons” that bring three events together in local parks. The event begins with an untimed 5K run (or walk) then transitions into post run yoga, followed by a guided meditation. Fueled by adidas, the run is a 5K your way, so don’t sweat it. Or do. Run or walk, prance or skip, stroll or strut — nobody will mind. Just make it to the finish line!

March 28
Del Mar Mud Run
9:00am – 2:00pm
Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd.
Epic mud and fun-filled obstacles are strategically placed throughout a 5k run/walk course, followed by our signature post-race FOAM FEST showers courtesy of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Foam Experience! Are you ready for this?!

March 31
Nature Day
1:00pm – 6:00pm
NTC Park at Liberty Station
The 13th day of the first month of the Persian calendar is a special day for celebration. It’s a day for Iranian families to come together for an outdoor picnic and to appreciate the beauty of nature. Families will celebrate with Persian folk music, food, and dancing.

April

April 1-30
Old Town Artisan’s Market
Harney Street between San Diego Ave. & Congress St.
10:00am – 4:00pm
A weekend open air market offering an array of interesting art, jewelry, pottery, clothing, gift items and more by local artists. Every Saturday and Sunday.

April 3-4
Ragnar So Cal
Huntington Beach to Coronado
This is a long-distance day & night running relay race that begins in Huntington Beach and finishes in Coronado. Approximately 600 teams made up of 12 runners each will take their turns to run 3 legs of the 190-mile course of varying levels of difficulty.

April 4
Fighting Parkinson’s Step-by-Step 5K
10:00am
Liberty Station NTC Park, 2455 Cushing Rd.
San Diego Running Co. is an event production company dedicated to bringing the San Diego community together through unique, memorable running events that tell a story and empower people to get out and enjoy new experiences.

April 4
North Park Festival of Beers
12:00pm – 4:00pm
2223 El Cajon Boulevard (in front of the Lafayette Hotel)
Approximately 45-50 craft breweries are coming together to offer samples from a variety of homegrown beers. It’s a beer lover’s paradise where you can stroll from booth to booth and sample your particular choices of beer. Food and music accompany the event.

April 5
GranFondo San Diego Bike Ride
5:00am – 5:30pm
Cyclists of all ages can join an Italian cycling tour that features several distances: 105-mile, 56-mile, and 34-mile courses. They are social rides that begin in Little Italy and travel eastward through cities, towns, and rural country sides. There are many pleasant views along the way. Location: Little Italy – Hawthorne St. – Pacific Highway – Harbor Dr. – National City – Chula Vista – East County – Otay Ranch – Jamul.

April 12
Easter Egg Hunt at the Hotel Del Coronado
Hotel Del Coronado, 1500 Orange Ave.
Call (619) 522-8815 to register in advance for one of the egg hunts (for hotel, brunch and Sheerwater breakfast guests only). The Easter Bunny will visit the Del to pose for photos with the children. Various times at the hotel.

April 12
Fiesta Island Time Trial Series
7:00am – 9:00am
Fiesta Island, 1400 Fiesta Island Road
A series of bicycle races held at Fiesta Island offering recreational and young riders an ideal location to experience competitive cycling in a safe and controlled environment.

April 17-19
La Jolla Concours d’ Elegance – Car Show Reception 
Ellen Browning Scripps Park
An elite car show is presented at beautiful La Jolla Cove where guests can gaze upon historic cars and premier collections against a backdrop view of the ocean. This special evening VIP reception also presents pleasing music, tasty foods, delightful cocktails, and a special movie presentation.

April 18
San Diego Beach & Bay Half Marathon 5K & 10K
5:00am – 12:00pm
Run through this fast, flat and scenic oceanfront half marathon, 5K and 8K. Stick around because the party starts at the finish line with live music, a beer garden (your first beer is on us!), snacks, photo opportunities, and much more.

April 19
Earth Day
10:00am – 5:00pm
1549 El Prado, Balboa Park Central Mesa
Set in Balboa Park, the 25th Annual EarthFair is the largest free annual environmental fair in the world. With around 70,000 visitors and more than 400 volunteers, the event features exhibitors, a food pavilion, kid’s area, live entertainment, parade, art show and a “clean” car concourse.

April 19
Walk for Water
9:00am – 12:00pm
Tecolote Shores North Park, 1740 East Mission Bay Drive
Bring your family and friends to Mission Bay and experience the journey that millions of women and children around the world make every day to provide water for their families. If you choose, you can even carry buckets of water along the 5K route.

April 25
Adams Avenue Unplugged
12:00pm – 10:00pm
Adams Avenue
The event will feature live musical performances staged inside restaurants, bars, coffee houses and galleries lining the neighborhood. Being able to pair the Avenue’s unique dining and drinking establishments, each with their own special ambiances and selections, with free musical performances, makes Adams Avenue the place to be on the last weekend of April. The AABA hopes to treat musical aficionados and foodies to the rich neighborhood culture.

April 25
Chicano Park Day Celebration
10:00am – 6:00pm 
Chicano Park, 1900 National Ave., Barrio Logan Community
A community celebration at Chicano Park is presenting a fantastic event that includes the largest ceremonial performance of Aztec dance in America. In addition, there’s a low rider car show, cultural music, a variety of booths with food and merchandise, plus craft activities and a jumper for kids. General Information: (619) 563-4661.

April 25
Creek to Bay Cleanup
9:00am – 12:00pm
San Diego Beaches
Join the thousands to protest and conserve our San Diego beaches, bays, canyons and parks. Volunteer for this event in celebration of Earth Day. Friends, families and groups can sign up now for a site of your choice. Come help out at one of the best community San Diego events in April.

April 25
Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Fair & Parade
10:00am – 5:00pm 
6900 Linda Vista Rd., between Comstock & Ulric Streets
Linda Vista is celebrating the diversity of its community with a cultural parade. People are lining up along the streets to watch marching bands, marching groups, floats, color guards, and cars with public officials. The event is in conjunction with the “Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Festival”. General Information: Dennis-Michael Broussard: (619) 746-8223.

April 25
March for Babies
7:00am – 11:00am
6th & Laurel South Lawn, 6th Ave., Balboa Drive North & South Closures
It’s America’s favorite walking event! When you walk, you give hope to the babies born too soon or sick. The money you raise supports programs in your community that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies, and it funds research to find answers to the serious problems that threaten our babies. We’ve been walking since 1970 and have raised an incredible $2.6 billion! Join the more than 7 million people who participate, donate and/or sponsor. There are plenty of opportunities for day-of-event exposure, activation and education – not to mention opportunities to meet hundreds of others who are just like you!

April 25-26
Mission Federal Art Walk San Diego 
11:00am – 6:00pm
Little Italy
Little Italy presents an adventurous art walk that showcases visual and performing arts such as paintings, sculpture, photography, digital art, mixed media, music, and dance performances. Works and performances are displayed in tents and galleries along the streets. The Kids Walk is at Amici Park.

April 26
La Jolla Half Marathon
6:30am – 12:00pm
Begins at La Jolla Del Mar Racetrack & finishes at La Jolla Cove
The La Jolla Half Marathon is race #2 in the Half Marathon Triple Crown Series, a unique challenge involving a trio of scenic Southern California half marathons.

May

May 2
Balboa Park Conservancy Cinco de Mayo Celebration
11:00am – 6:30pm
Plaza de Panama & Spreckels Organ Pavilion – Balboa Park
Come celebrate spring amid the region’s most spectacular historical gardens in Balboa Park. The family-friendly festival kicks off with the Wagon Parade, then continues with lectures, demos, hands-on activities for kids, live entertainment, plant sales, food trucks, and more.

May 2
16th Annual Dragon Boat Race Festival
9:00am – 4:00pm
Tecolote Shores North Park in Mission Bay Park
The San Diego Dragon Boat Festival showcases the traditional art and sport of dragon boat racing. Competitors test their endurance as they row the fast, dragon-shaped vessels in teams. Come enjoy the races, fine food, and entertainment.

May 2
San Diego Humane Society/SPCA – Walk for Animals
7:00am – 2:00pm
NTC Park at Liberty Station
You and your pawsitively patriotic pets will have a great time as we walk to celebrate our love for animals while raising the vital funds needed to ensure that every homeless animal can find a loving home. The morning festivities include a delicious pancake breakfast, a scenic two-mile walk with an optional half-mile walk, fun-filled doggie activities and contests, and array of vendor booths.

May 2
Annual Asian Cultural Festival
10:00am – 5:00pm
Mira Mesa Community Park
This event is the county’s largest festival during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The festival provides a great and fun way to learn new things about all the different traditions among some of the various Asian ethnicities represented within our community. Family and pet-friendly park, with stroller and wheelchair-accessible areas. Live cooking demonstrations to spice up your cookbook, plus free sample tastings. Watch 2 stages of cultural entertainment and group dances to join. Explore the Cultural Row of Asian Nations to learn cool facts and make crafts.

May 2
MCRD Boot Camp Challenge
6:30am – 12:00pm
BootCamp Challenge is the only obstacle course race that allows participants to run through the same obstacles that turn recruits into Marines. BootCamp Challenge offers civilians the unique change to experience a taste of Marine Corps boot camp. BootCamp Challenge is a high-energy, endorphin-filled adrenaline rush with over 50 obstacles including tunnel crawls, log hurdles, 6ft vertical climbing wall, cargo net crawls, and push-up stations all manned by Marine Corps Drill Instructors who are there to encourage and motivate participants through the obstacles.

May 2-3
Old Town Fiesta Cinco de Mayo
Old Town
The 30th Annual Old Town Fiesta Cinco De Mayo is the largest Cinco de Mayo celebration north of the border. This fiesta has an incredible variety of festivities and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be surrounded by the history and culture of Mexico! Two event stages will entertain with sizzling flamenco beats, Norteno flairs and traditional Mariachi music. Explore the museums, specialty shops, and the lively streets of the bustling Mercado where you can purchase an array of merchandise: handmade leather pieces, beautiful jewelry and many more treasures. Ride the stagecoach and venture over to Lowrider Lane where you will be amazed by the glistening rims and gravity-defying hydraulics of these custom art masterpieces. Saturday: 10am-10pm, Sunday 10am–6pm.

May 2-3
Spring Sprint Triathlon
Mission Bay, South Shores Park
The Spring Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon is the second multi sport sprint event of the season in San Diego. With a calm bay swim and a flat bike and run course, the Spring Sprint is the perfect race to kick off your season. Whether you are an experienced triathlete or duathlete preparing for the season, or a first timer looking for a fun race in which to participate, the Spring Sprint Triathlon and Duathlon benefiting the Moores UCSD Cancer Center on Mission Bay is for you! Saturday 10:00am – 3:00pm & Sunday 6:00am – 12:00pm.

May 3
BMO Vancouver Marathon & Half Marathon
3:00pm – 6:00pm
Crown Point Park in Mission Bay Park
Take Steps is an event that raises money for Crohn’s and ulcerative Colitis cures. The day is fun-filled with food, a band, a kid’s zone, a beer garden, and a walk!

May 7-10
Gator by the Bay-Zydeco, Blues & Crawfish Festival
North Harbor Drive, Spanish Landing Park
Gator by the Bay is a 3-day festival featuring Cajun, Zydeco, Blues and Country musicians and Louisiana cuisine and culture. The festival will be held over Mother’s Day weekend at Spanish Landing Park on North Harbor Drive. This family-oriented event includes performances by nationally recognized Cajun, Zydeco and Blues performers, local performing musicians, dancing, dance instruction, cooking demonstrations, ethnic food and arts vendors, community exhibits, cultural workshops, children’s arts and crafts and colorful daily “Mardi Gras” style parades through the festival grounds. (619) 234-8612.

May 9
Girls on the Run 5K
7:30am – 12:00pm
NTC Park, Liberty Station
The Girls on the Run 5k is a non-competitive, celebration 5k. All participants must register for the event.

May 9
Annual Barrio Logan Grand Prix/Logan Heights Family Health Center Health Fair
9:00am – 2:00pm
Barrio Logan
Competition on a flat, fast-paced figure 8 course. FREE helmets are given to the first 300 youths who register to participate. This event is in conjunction with the Logan Heights Family Health Center Health Fair.

May 9
San Diego Brain Tumor Walk
9:00am – 12:00pm
Sidewalks surrounding Waterfront Park
The San Diego Brain Tumor Walk offers individuals and teams a chance to honor and remember loved ones, connect with others interested in the brain tumor cause, and to help educate the local community on the diverse needs of the brain tumor community.

May 9
19th Annual North Park Festival of the Arts
11:00am – 7:00pm
University Avenue & 30th Street
Celebration of Music and Art. 619-294-2501.

May 9
Crystal Pier Outrigger Canoe Race
7:00am – 6:00pm
Crown Point – Mission Bay
The Crystal Pier Outrigger Canoe Race is a Southern California Outrigger Racing Association Race, hosted by Hanohano Canoe Club in San Diego, CA. The race draws 2,500+ participants annually who battle in a 6-mile short course, novice and kid’s race as well as a 10-mile men, women and coed race in six-person outrigger canoes.

May 9
Ocean Beach Kite Festival
10:00am – 4:00pm
Robb Field 2525 Bacon St.
Free kite making and instruction for all children. Prizes for best decorated kites, by age category. Spectacular kite flying demonstrations throughout the day. Carnival rides and a craft fair are also part of the event. This free family event is the oldest children’s kite festival in the United States. This is a third-generation event; people who attended as children are now bringing their children and grandchildren. Youngsters are taught how to make kites; all materials are supplied. There are prizes for the best decorated kites. Any handmade kite can be submitted, not just kites made at the Festival. Entertainment and lunch are provided. Adding to the fun, families can go on carnival rides or browse for unique handicrafts at the craft fair.

May 9-10
Balboa Park Pow Wow
10:00am – 6:00pm
Park area near Park Boulevard and President’s Way
Native Americans of many tribes gather together to sing and dance to the heartbeat of the drum. The Balboa Park Pow-wow includes dances, Native American Arts & Crafts, and food!

May 14
Bike to Work
5:00am – 6:00pm
Bike to Work Day is a nationally recognized event celebrated annually on the third Friday in May. Since May is National Bike Month, San Diegans have opportunities to GO by BIKE all month long. Bike Month supports biking as a viable, environmentally friendly, cost-saving commute choice. With thousands of miles of bikeways in the San Diego region, biking gets you where you need to go. Make biking to work your new normal.

May 16
SoCal Taco Fest
1:00pm – 5:00pm
Waterfront Park at 1600 Pacific Highway
The San Diego Taco Fest is a food, music, and cultural celebration! The region’s best taco-centric restaurants offer a wide range of mouthwatering taco creations. Enjoy local and national musical performances. In between the music and tacos, catch live Lucha Libre wrestling matches!

May 16
Junior League of San Diego Food & Wine Festival
2:00pm – 5:00pm
La Jolla Cove
Over 50 of San Diego’s best restaurants and beverage purveyors will be offering exquisite bites and flavorful wines, brews, and spirits. An entertaining Kentucky Derby theme sets the mood for a wonderful afternoon. Women will be donning the fanciest of hats to celebrate the Runway for the Roses.

May 16
Annual Old House Fair
10:00am – 4:00pm
30th Street (between Cedar St. & Ash St.) / Beech Street (between Fern St. & Date St.)
If you’re planning to restore an older home or spruce up a newer one, this event is for you. Local craftsmen and community businesses that specialize in the repair, remodel, and preservation of homes will be there. The event also offers historic home tours, exhibits, food, music, and activities. (619) 233-6679.

May 16
Mito Walk & Roll 5K & Carnival
8:00am – 12:00pm
NTC Park at Liberty Station
The first annual Mito Walk and Roll 5K is a family-oriented event. This year’s event will include interactive games, face painting, bounce house, pictures with princesses, magic show, caricature drawings, food trucks, live music and much more. Participants are encouraged to walk, run or roll to show their support for our cause. The Mito Walk and Roll is an event for the whole family. It is a great chance to get some exercise, enjoy quality family time, and support UCSD’s Mitochondrial Research Fund at the same time. This event represents a great opportunity for runners, as well as family members and friends, to kick off the summer! Proceeds will benefit the UCSD Mitochondrial and Metabolic Disease Center.

May 16
Annual San Diego Century Bicycle Tour
6:00am – 5:30pm
Encinitas, CA
Cyclists can test their endurance by choosing one of these rides that travel along hills and coast. There’s a challenging 37-mile course, a grueling 66-mile course, and an extreme 103-mile course. All rides begin and end at Mira Costa College in Encinitas. A small expo accompanies the event. (858) 259-9595.

May 16-17
OMBAC Beer Festival & OTL Tournament
6:00am – 6:00pm
Mariner’s Point located in Mission Bay Park
The event is an adult (age 21+) on May 16 (with craft beer) and an all age event on May 17 beach bash with rock n’ roll music, food, drink, and sand-dancing. Some people will be soaking up sun rays as others amuse themselves with beachy activities.

May 17
Navy’s 34th Bay Bridge Run
8:00am – 10:00am
Downtown San Diego: One Park Blvd.
Don’t miss out on this one! A run/walk across the Coronado Bay Bridge is a rare opportunity. The views are awesome! It begins near the Bayside Hilton in downtown San Diego and proceeds across the magnificent bay bridge and onward to Coronado Island for a festive celebration at Tidelands Park.

May 23
Annual Butterfly Release
10:00am – 3:00pm
Zoro Garden area in Balboa Park
The Annual Butterfly Release is a popular family fun day. There will be free giveaways, entertainment, plus kids’ arts and crafts activities. Butterflies are shared with children a few minutes prior to the release times!

May 23-25
Port of San Diego – Festival of the Sea
9am – 9pm
Maritime Museum of San Diego, home to one of the world’s finest collections of historic vessels, exhibits, and on-the-water adventure guest experiences, will host the Annual Port of San Diego Festival of the Sea on Memorial Day weekend.

May 23-25
USS Midway Museum’s “Legacy Week”
10am – 4pm
The USS Midway Museum’s “Legacy Week” is the heart and soul of Memorial Day commemoration in San Diego. The lineup of activities ranges from a Wreath Memorial ceremony, benefit concert, family activities, blood drive, interactive exhibits and more. Each element of Midway’s Legacy Week commemoration is designed to honor and remember our heroes and celebrate our military heritage. Events also offer the community an affordable and inspiring way to kick off summer in San Diego on one of the most iconic museums in the world.

May 24
Annual Ethnic Food Fair
11:00am – 5:00pm
Balboa Park, International Cottages
Come to Balboa Park to relax and enjoy a picnic lunch. Follow the sound of music and the aroma of scrumptious foods to the little cottages that represent different countries of the Pacific. Afterwards picnic with a feast of food and tempting bakery while being entertained by costumed performances. 619-729-8234.

May 30
Miracle Babies 5K
7:00am – 1:00pm
NTC Park at Liberty Station, 2455 Cushing Rd.
Proceeds from this Miracle Babies event support families in need who have a newborn in the neonatal intensive care unit. Following the race there will be a red rose ceremony and a champagne toast celebrating our mothers. In addition, the day will be full of activities for kids, health & wellness expo, local food, and more!

May 30-31
Fiesta Del Sol
Fletcher Cove Park, Solana Beach
The Fiesta del Sol features a special area just for kids with rides, games and hands-on activities. Favorite destinations include the awesome rides, inflatable bounce house and slide. Don’t forget about our famous face painter and kid-friendly food choices are always a huge hit with everyone. Kids’ rides favorites include the “Dragon” and the “Swing”! Arts & crafts plus tons of other fun activities designed especially for children and even adults who feel like children are not in short supply! Saturday: 9:00am – 10:00pm & Sunday 9:00am to 8:00pm.