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Things to Do This Weekend in San Diego April 15 & 16th

Things to Do This Weekend in San Diego


Things to Do This Weekend in San Diego

Whether you're a local or just visiting, there's always something fun to do in San Diego, especially on weekends. So if you're looking for weekend fun in sunny San Diego, you won't be disappointed. Here is a list of things to do in San Diego this weekend. Each week we post fun things to do in San Diego


Saturday, April 15th

The 44th Annual Poway Valley Garden Club Flower Show and Plant Sale will be held Saturday, April 15th between 9am - 3pm at Old Poway Park.

Present Laughter Sat, Apr 15, 2023, 3:00pm

Present Laughter" is lighthearted farce that celebrates playwright Noël Coward’s legendary wit and larger-than-life persona. Based on Coward himself, actor Garry Essendine is the star of the London theatrical scene at the height of his fame and adored by legions of admirers–perhaps a little too much.


Del Mar Antiques + Art + Design Show


Del Mar Antiques + Art + Design Show will feature over 100 premier exhibitors offering a broad range of quality antiques including fine antique furniture, silver, paintings, bronzes, porcelain, Asian antiques, antique and estate jewelry and watches, pottery, rare books, lighting, crystal, prints, rugs, textiles, posters, toys, dolls, vintage designer clothing and accessories and much more.


Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience is produced in partnership with the National Geographic Society. Commemorating the historic discovery of King Tut’s tomb 100 years ago, the exhibition combines the power of cinematic storytelling and soaring imagery to bring the National Geographic archives to life.


Sunday, April 16th



Tolan Shaw is prolific songwriter-artist-producer, a new dad, and an avid traveler. His new EP “Little Moon” shows an artist at the peak of his prowess, painting lush melodies and production over a foundation of meaningful songwriting about his daughter and his life in this new phase.



Every Sunday we hold our cars and coffee at Kit Carson park in Escondido. Come join us from 8am-11am. We have some really great people, it truly is a good time. All makes and models are welcome! We are always looking forward to seeing some new cars/trucks rolling through.

Are you a foodie? Have you tried traditional Cantonese dim sum – The small plate experience, the chopsticks, the steam-heated carts, the stacked steamer baskets, the lively conversations? The Tea! Perhaps you’ve never had the opportunity to learn the immense history involved with dim sum from a Cantonese-American guide (dim sum = “to touch the heart!”). This is your chance!


Saturday

Sunday


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