April Calendar of Events

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Goodguys Meguiar’s Del Mar Nationals  Mar. 31-Apr. 2

Over 2,500 hot rods & custom cars plus exhibits, swap meet, cars for sale, entertainment, indoor car show, Goodguys Autocross racing, specialty parking areas, kids zone and more.

Fri & Sat 8am-5pm, Sun 8am-3pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

925-838-9876 / www.good-guys.com

The Flower Fields  Apr. 1-30

Take yourself out of the ordinary and spend a few hours in one of nature’s wonders; a place where kids can run and adults can linger. This 50 acres of extraordinary color, better known as The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch®, is in bloom on a hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean and offers a special nursery, garden, and gift shop by Armstrong Garden Centers in addition to festivals throughout the season.

www.theflowerfields.com

Julian Gold Rush Days  Apr. 1

Julian Gold Rush Days,, celebrates the discovery of gold in this mountain community and invites visitors to learn more about its history with a weekend of entertainment including gold panning, tomahawk throwing, candle dipping and more.

10am-5pm / Julian Mining Company

760-765-1857 / www.juliangoldrushdays.com

Latin American Art Festival  Apr. 1-2

After being selected by a panel of experts, artists from Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Guatemala and many cities of Mexico and the United States,

will be present.

11am-6pm / Arts District, Liberty Station

619-752-6118 / www.latinamericanartfestival.com

Carlsbad 5000  Apr. 1-2

The World’s Fastest 5K will return to Carlsbad for its 32nd year in 2017. And don’t forget about the kids, they can join in on the fun too at Junior Carlsbad 5000, on April 1!

See website for schedule. / Carlsbad Village

www.runrocknroll.com/carlsbad-5000

CSHP-UCSD 12th Annual Phun Run  Apr. 2

ALL proceeds from the race go to UCSD Student-Run Free Clinic Project, which provides high quality, free-of-cost, evidence-based healthcare to San Diego’s underserved population.

9:30am / UCSD: Parking lot P604

www.phunrun.wixsite.com/2017

San Diego Padres Home Opener  Apr. 7

Come enjoy a weekend of baseball at Petco Park as the Padres begin the 2017 season against the San Francisco Giants!

www.padres.com

La Jolla Concours d’Elegance  Apr. 7-9

A weekend of prestigious automotive events. Experience the chic allure of La Jolla’s Avenues, which exudes first class hospitality, magnificent boutiques and world-class cuisine.

Ellen Browning Scripps Park: 1133 Coast Blvd.

619-233-5008 / www.lajollaconcours.com

VinDiego Wine & Food Festival  Apr. 8

Spend an afternoon at beautiful Liberty Station enjoying hundreds of California’s finest vintage award-winning wines, delectable gourmet food samples and lively music.

3-7pm / 2640 Historic Decatur Rd.

www.vindiego.com

Taste Of Julian  Apr. 8

A great opportunity to sample many of the culinary delights Julian has to offer all at once, including famous apple pie!

www.visitjulian.com

South Bay Earth Day  Apr. 8

Fun activities and a showcase of products and services to help you reduce your impact on the environment, save money and live greener and healthier.

11am-4pm / Chula Vista Bayside Park & Marina

www.chulavistaca.gov

REINS Spring Hop Egg Hunt  Apr. 8

All proceeds benefit REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program. Games, music, food, bunny photo, bake sale and petting zoo!

11am-1pm / 4461 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook

760-731-9168 / www.reinsprogram.org

Coronado Flower Show  Apr. 8-9

The largest tented Flower Show in the U.S. and Coronado’s longest running tradition.

Sat 1-4pm, Sun 10am-4pm / Spreckels Park: 601 Orange Avenue

www.coronadoflowershow.com

Healthy Living Festival  Apr. 8-9

Over 200 exhibitors offering the latest in health and fitness and beauty products and services.

Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

805-667-9290 / www.healthylivingfestival.com

Ugly Dog Contest  Apr. 9

Cutest dog, best trick, dog who looks like their owner and more. Gift baskets with dog products will be given to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in each category. Gift bags with samples will be handed out to the first 100 to check in that morning.

10am-3pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds / www.bitly.com/dog2017

Onehope Act Today! For Military

Families 5k/10k Run/walk & Family Festival  Apr. 15

Cross the finish-line and celebrate at our festival featuring live music, ONEHOPE wine & beer garden, 35+ booths and a kids’ zone with bounce houses, carnival games and arts and crafts.

6:30-11am / Tecolote Shores, Mission Bay Park

www.acttodayformilitaryfamilies.kintera.org

Wanderlust 108  Apr. 15

Wanderlust’s unique triathlon consists of a five-kilometer run (or walk), a large-scale, outdoor yoga class led by some of the world’s top teachers and a guided meditation led by renowned teacher, Noah Levine. Mindful triathletes will also enjoy music from live DJs and an array of surprises throughout the day.

7:30am-3:30pm / Preble Field, NTC Park

www.wanderlust.com

Taste of Hillcrest  Apr. 15

Over 35 fantastic Hillcrest restaurants are participating, giving foodies a chance to sample some of their best and signature dishes.

12-4pm / Robinson and 5th Avenue / www.fabuloushillcrest.com

AVG Earth Day Fest  Apr. 15

Vendors will offer crafts for sale and share earth-friendly ideas.

10am-3pm / Alta Vista Gardens – Brengle Terrace Park, Vista

760-822-6824 / www.altavistagardens.org

Easter Egg Hunt at Vista Optimist Club  Apr. 15

The Vista Optimist Club hosts an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt. Crafts, face painting and pictures with the Easter Bunny.

7:30am-1pm / 600 Optimist Way / www.vistaoptimist.org

Children’s Spring Festival & Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

Limited to children 3rd grade and under. Bring a bag or basket to collect your eggs. Games and refreshments.

10:30am / La Colonia Park: 715 Valley Ave., Solana Beach

858-720-2453 / www.ci.solana-beach.ca.us

San Marcos Spring Egg Scramble  Apr. 15

After an early morning breakfast, toddlers through 5th graders are invited to the community “Spring Egg Scramble.

8-10am / Walnut Grove Park / www.san-marcos.net

Santee Spring Eggstravaganza  Apr. 15

Crafts, Food, Primo DJ, Pony Rides, Inflatables, Petting Zoo, Carnival Rides, Face Painting, Continuous Egg Hunts.

9am-3pm / Santee Lakes – Lake #5 / www.ci.santee.ca.us

Poway Kid’s Easter Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

Create spring masterpieces with free arts and crafts; Fun Zone; take your picture with Benny and Bonnie Bunny. Teen egg hunt on the 22nd.

8am-1pm / Poway Community Park / www.poway.org

Oceanside Easter Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

There will be 4 egg hunt areas with prizes, food vendors, a fire engine and a magic show.

10am-1pm / Mance Buchanon Park: 425 College Blvd.

760-435-5041 / www.ci.oceanside.ca.us

Encinitas Spring Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

Adding to the fun in addition to the 20,000 eggs, this year we’ve got two live shows from Hulabaloo.

10am-1pm / Encinitas Community Park / www.ci.encinitas.ca.us

Taste of Point Loma  Apr. 19

Gives SD food lovers a chance to sample fresh seafood, decadent desserts and a variety of ethnic cuisine from an array of restaurants. United Portuguese SES Inc.: 2818 Avenida De Portugal

www.2017tasteofpointloma.eventbrite.com

March for Babies  Apr. 22

This is an annual fundraiser walk used to bring awareness and raise funds for the local San Diego – Imperial Division office for March of Dimes.

7-10:30am / Junior Seau Pier Amphitheater, Oceanside

858-576-1211 / www.ci.oceanside.ca.us

Maritime Fest  Apr. 22-23

Live music, entertainment, a Tall Ship and variety of boats on display, and waterfront tours. Engaging displays with hands-on nautical activities, a marine science lab and more.

10am-4pm / Chula Vista Marina / www.chulavistaca.gov

Earth Day Fair  Apr. 23

More than 300 exhibits from groups sharing what they are doing to help the environment and how you can help.

10am-5pm / Balboa Park www.earthdayweb.org

Bonita’s Chili “Cook-Off” & Fair  Apr. 23

The event features; Entertainment Stage featuring youth groups and a magician. Kids zone with booth activities!

10am-3pm / Bonita Village Shopping Center / www.bonitakiwanis.org

Fallbrook Avocado Festival  Apr. 23

Since the 60’s thousands of avocado lovers come to Fallbrook to sample the cuisine, contests, avacado-themed gifts, bands, entertainment, clothing, crafts, jewelry, and farm fresh produce.

www.fallbrookchamberofcommerce.org

San Diego Wedding Party Expo  Apr. 23

From venues to caterers, florists to DJs and photographers to gown designers you will not want to miss this show!

12-4pm / Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Resort

www.sandiegoweddingparty.com

Spring Fling – Business Expo  Apr. 27

Take this opportunity to join fellow members and mix and mingle! Enjoy beverages and food provided by local businesses and the Chamber.

5-8pm / La Mesa Community Center: 4975 Memorial Drive

619-465-7700 x2 / www.lamesachamber.net

Lakeside Rodeo  Apr. 28-30

The annual good old-fashioned rodeo featuring bull riding, bareback bronco riding, barrel racing and steer wrestling. Something for the entire family!

www.lakesiderodeo.com

San Diego Mother’s Bay Run  Apr. 29

5K, 10K and Lil’ Tykes 100m Dash. Benefiting the San Diego Rescue Mission.

7am / De Anza Cove Park, Mission Bay / www.sdmothersbayrun.com

NAMIWalks/Runs San Diego

County and HHSA Wellness Expo  Apr. 29

We walk together to raise awareness of mental illness and raise funds for those affected by mental illness in San Diego.

9am / NTC Park at Liberty Station / www.namiwalks.org

Black & White Ball and Auction Gala  Apr. 29

Silent auction, dinner, awards, dancing and entertainment. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County.

6-10pm / Pala Casino Spa Resort / www.bgcnorthcounty.org

PVGC Annual Flower Show & Plant Sale  Apr. 29

A wide variety of dazzling plants and flowers on display in Templars Hal. 9am-3pm / Old Poway Park

858-668-4576 / www.powayvalleygardenclub.org

National City Community Service Day  Apr. 29

Help volunteer to paint, landscape, build, or even with general maintenance and clean up. Lunch will be provided!

8am-2pm / El Toyon Park: 2005 E 4th Street, National City

619-336-4290 / www.nationalcityca.gov

Mission Federal ArtWalk  Apr. 29-30

Stroll through Little Italy to enjoy over 15 blocks filled with artwork from over 350 local, national, and international artists.

11am-6pm / Between Ash and Grape Streets / www.artwalksandiego.org

Chocolate Festival  Apr. 30

Popular annual event with over 15 vendors showcasing and sampling various types of chocolate.

10am-4pm / Maritime Museum of San Diego / www.sdmaritime.org

SDCVA Wine & Food Festival  Apr. 30

We welcome you and your friends for an afternoon filled with some of San Diego County’s finest wines – ranging from Cabernet Sauvignon to Syrah and everything in between.

1-4pm / Bernardo Winery www.sandiegowineries.org

MotorCars on MainStreet  Apr. 30

Featuring over 400 pre-73 restored classic, rod and custom cars & trucks. 10am-5pm / Orange & Isabella Avenues, Coronado

619-437-0254 / www.coronadomainstreet.com

IMPORTANT DATES

09  Palm Sunday

11  First Day Of Passover

14  Good Friday

16  Easter

18  Tax Day

22  Earth Day

26  Administrative Professionals Day

SAN DIEGO FARMERS MARKETS 

MONDAY

Escondido – Welk: 3-7 pm

TUESDAY

Coronado: 2:30–6 pm

Escondido: 2:30 – 6 pm

Mira Mesa: 2:30-7 pm

Otay Ranch: 4-7 pm

Pacific Beach: 2-7 pm

UCSD/La Jolla: 10-2 pm

WEDNESDAY

Carlsbad: 3-7 pm

Encinitas: 4-7 pm

Mission Bay: 10 am – 2 pm

Ocean Beach: 4-7 pm

Santee 3-6 pm

THURSDAY

Carmel Valley: 2:30-7 pm

Chula Vista: 3-6 pm

El Cajon : 3-6 pm

Fallbrook: 4:30 – 8 pm

Linda Vista: 3-7 pm

North Park: 3-7 pm

Oceanside CFM : 9 am – 1 pm

Oceanside Sunset: 5-9 pm

UC– Doyle Elementary: 3-7 pm

Valley Center 3-7 pm

FRIDAY

Imperial Beach: 12-6 pm

Kearny Mesa: 11 am -1:30 pm

La Mesa: 1-5 pm

Rancho Bernardo: 9 am -1 pm

SATURDAY

City Heights: 9-1 pm

Del Mar: 1-4 pm

Escondido: 10 am – 2 pm

Golden Hill: 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Little Italy: 8 am – 2 pm

Pacific Beach: 8 am – noon

Poway: 8 am – 1 pm

Rancho PQ 10 am – 1 pm

Ramona: 9 am – 1 pm

Scripps Ranch: 9 am – 1 pm

Vista: 8 am – 1 pm

SUNDAY

Sikes Adobe: 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Gaslamp District: 9 am –2 pm

Hillcrest: 9 am – 2 pm

Julian: 11 am – 4 pm

La Jolla: 9 am – 1 pm

Leucadia/Encinitas: 10 am – 2 pm

Point Loma: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

Rancho Santa Fe: 9:30 am – 2 pm

San Marcos: 11 am – 3 pm

Solana Beach: 1 – 5 pm

For more info and location specifics for San Diego Farmers Markets visit:

www.sdfarmbureau.org

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