San Diego County Calendar of Events for March 2016

February 26, 2016

San Diego County March Calendar of Events from The Joles Group

San Diego Undy Run/Walk   Mar. 5
Dare to be bold at the Undy Run/Walk, a family and pet friendly underwear themed-5K that raises funds and awareness for colon cancer.
7am / Mission Bay Park – De Anza Cove: 3000 N Mission Bay Dr.
www.ccalliance.org

The Super Run   Mar. 5
The Super Run is a superhero themed event with 5k and a family friendly fundraising run. Enjoy entertainment and other family activities!
8am / Embarcadero Marina Park North  
(856) 77-SUPER / www.thesuperrun.com

San Diego Festival of Science & Engineering   Mar. 5
This is a mind-blowing day of hands-on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) exhibits and activities to budding K-12 science lovers, but everyone is welcome. The event is FREE and open to the public.
10am-5pm / Petco Park
www.lovestemsd.org

Miss La Mesa & Miss Santee Pageant   Mar. 5
The grand tradition of both cities is to combine their talents. Focus on community service, networking, improving public speaking and interview skills and overall personal growth.
6pm / Sonrise Church: 8805 North Magnolia Avenue, Santee  
(619) 672-0688 / www.lamesachamber.net

Mary Laver Memorial Tennis Event   Mar. 5
This single-day Pro-Am tennis tournament is being held in memory of the wife of legendary two-time tennis Grand Slam winner Rod Laver, with proceeds supporting the care of terminally ill patients at Pacifia House, North County’s only inpatient hospice house.
11am / Omni La Costa Resort & Spa: 2100 Costa Del Mar Road, Carlsbad
(760) 431-4100 / www.hospicenorthcoast.org/events

San Diego Magazine’s Brunch Bash   Mar. 6
Splurge on unlimited eats from 15 of San Diego’s top breakfast restaurants plus bottomless beers, brunch cocktails, piping hot coffee and the Bloody Mary battle. Tickets are all inclusive. Live music, an indoor/outdoor setting, lawn games and more.
11am-2pm / Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa: 9700 N. Torrey Pines
www.sandiegomagazine.com

Coronado Schools Foundation Telethon   Mar. 10
Watch the Telethon produced by and for CHS and CMS students! Help keep our schools great by donating, sponsoring, volunteering or underwriting this event benefitting our schools.
4:30-8:30pm / Coronado High School Performing Arts Center
(619) 437-8059 x5 / http://csfkids.org/telethon

Mack & Mabel   Mar. 11-Apr. 10
This is a musical by the composer/lyricist of “Mame” and “Hello Dolly” which is about the complex relationship between Max Sennett, a temperamental, workaholic film director and Mabel Normand, a waitress who became one of the biggest stars.
Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm / Lamplighters Community Theater: 5915 Severin Drive, La Mesa
(619) 303-5092 / www.lamplighterslamesa.com

Celebration of Life   Mar. 12
This is a community empowerment event to celebrate youth & residents of the Libby Lake Community. There will be food, bounce houses, face painting, resource booths and entertainment.
12-3pm / Libby Lake Park: 424 Calle Montecito, Oceanside
(760) 435-3340 / www.ci.oceanside.ca.us

Best Coast Beer Fest   Mar. 12
Supports Cancer For College and helps a cancer survivor realize their dream of a college education. You’ll get to taste beer from nearly 100 of the West Coast’s craft breweries, enjoy the sweet sounds of local bands and enjoy lunch from our food truck alley.
1-8pm / Embarcadero Marina Park South
www.bestcoastbeerfest.com

American Girl Fashion Show   Mar. 12
Benefits Isabella’s Giraffe Club, a 501c3 non-profit that supports the infants in the NICU at UCSD Medical Center. Local models will present the fashions, while commentary, music, and decorations create a memorable experience.
2pm / Irwin M. Jacobs Qualcomm Hall: 5775 Morehouse Drive
(858) 509-2624 / www.ScrippsPerformingArts.com

International Mariachi Festival & Competition   Mar. 13
Community-friendly event providing entertainment for families to celebrate San Diego’s Mexican heritage through Mariachi music, traditional ballet folkloric dancing, and a celebration of arts, culture, and culinary delights.
11am-7pm / Pepper Park: 3299 Tidelands Ave., National City
www.mariachifest.com

shamROCK Gaslamp Block Party   Mar. 17
Join over 20,000 revelers in attendance and become engulfed into an Irish haven at this year’s celebration featuring a 150-foot Irish Pub in the streets, traditional Irish dancers, the hottest green Go-Go dancers in town and much more!
4pm / Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego
(619) 233-5008 / www.sandiegoshamrock.com

San Diego St Patrick’s Day PubCrawl   Mar. 17-19
It’s time to put those Shamrocks on and head out at the World Famous Pub Crawl for some real shenanigans! Meet some new friends while enjoying drink specials and creating great memories.
Thur 2-10pm, Fri 5-10pm, Sat 2-10pm / Taste & Third: 715 4th Avenue, San Diego
(619) 330-9430 / www.sandiegonightlife.com

Carlsbad Business Awards Dinner Mar. 18
“Hooray for Business.”
6-10pm / Park Hyatt Aviara Resort:  7100 Aviara Resort Drive, Carlsbad
(760) 931-8400 / www.carlsbad.org

Anza-Borrego Wildflower Tour   Mar. 18
This trip will include a 2 hour guided bus tour through our own Anza Borrego Desert. We’ll have a box lunch in the park, and then a trip to the Visitor Center for a little more exploring.
8:30am-6pm / Gloria McClellan Center: 1400 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista
(760) 643-2828 / www.cityofvista.com

Mission Hills 5k Fun Run/Walk   Mar. 19
Not only will the fun run/walk begin and end at Grant K-8, but all proceeds will support STEAM programs for Grant students.
8am / Grant K-8 School: 1425 Washington Place, San Diego  
www.missionhills5k.com

La Jolla Playhouse Gala   Mar. 19
Extraordinary fundraising event which in past years has raised over $1.5 million to benefit the Playhouse’s education and outreach programs and the sponsorship of new play development.
6pm / La Jolla Playhouse: 2910 La Jolla Village Dr.
(858) 228-3083 / www.lajollaplayhouse.org

Coronado Historical Association Gala   Mar. 19
Coronado and the Navy–A Story for the Ages. Coronado and the Navy share a formidable story that is epic in the annals of history; an evolving story that Coronadans and San Diegians have the privilege of living and sharing today.
Coronado Island Marriott: 2000 Second Street
(619) 435-7242 / www.coronadohistory.org

Taste of Bressi Festival   Mar. 19
Beer, Wine, and Food Festival to Benefit Boys & Girls Club.
2-6pm / Boys & Girls Club Bressi Ranch Clubhouse: 2730 Bressi Ranch Way, Carlsbad
(760) 444-4893 / www.bgccarlsbad.org

Taste of IB   Mar. 19
An opportunity for our local businesses to showcase and market their products and services at one location. Restaurants will be providing samplings of their menu while other businesses will be offering information, discounts, and fun activities for Attendees.
12-4:30pm / Old Palm Ave & Seacoast Drive
(619) 424-3151 / www.ib-chamber.com

Bark in the Park Fund Raiser   Mar. 19
A community dog walk, which will give participants a tour of Live Oak Park’s lovely trails and the off-leash area. Following that, the fun will begin, with dog contests, food, and demonstrations/seminars.
9am-2pm / Live Oak Dog Park: 2746 Reche Road, Fallbrook
(760) 728-3716 / www.liveoakdogpark.com

CityScape Fun Run   Mar. 20
The CityScape Scavenger Fun Run entangle race participants in a web of puzzles and challenges in a citywide race to the finish line. Compete in teams of up to 10, using their wits, teamwork, and underground network of mutant-turtle spies to complete the tasks given at the start of the race.
11am / Whiskey Girl: 702 5th Ave., San Diego
www.cityscape-adventures.com

Visit Oceanside Wedding March   Mar. 20
This event is for anyone planning a wedding, event, party, shower, guy/girl getaway, rehearsal dinner, or anniversary in Oceanside and includes site tours of different hotels, banquet halls, country clubs, community centers, estates, restaurants, and parks throughout the city of Oceanside.
12pm / Downtown Oceanside
(800) 350-7873 / www.visitoceanside.org/weddingmarch

Encinitas State of the City   Mar. 22
At this years event we will hear from different areas of Encinitas, the Chamber of Commerce and State of the City speech from Mayor Kristin Gaspar. Food and beverages are provided by local restaurants, wineries, and breweries.
5:30-8pm / Encinitas Comm. Center: 1140 Oakcrest Park Dr.
(760) 753-6041 / www.encinitaschamber.com

San Diego Indie Fest 10   Mar. 25
Rock to Stop the Violence. San Diego IndieFest (SDIF) celebrates and advocates for outstanding independent music, film, art, business and ideas.
12pm / City Heights Urban Village: 3795 Fairmount Avenue
www.sandiegoindiefest.com

Meals-On-Wheels Wiggin’ Out 1 Mile/5K Walk/Run   Mar. 26
The impact that Meals-on-Wheels has on the seniors they serve goes far beyond the wholesome meals provided. Daily friendly contact also provides important socialization for those who may be isolated.
8am / Crown Point Park, Pacific Beach
(800) 5-SENIOR / www.meals-on-wheels.org

San Diego Beatles Fair   Mar. 26
An annual community event that cultivates the subculture of The Beatles for future generations.Headliner: Denny Laine will perform live with Q&A. Ohio Street Vendors Block, Kids Interactive Beatles Fun Zone, Food & Drink.
12-11pm / Queen Bee’s Art & Cultural Center: 3925 Ohio St.
(800) 555-6789 / www.facebook.com/sandiegobeatlesfair

Teen Glow-in-the-Dark Egg Hunt & Dodgeball   Mar. 26
With a ton of prizes, candy, music, a thousand eggs, dodgeball every which way you can imagine, and more, it’s going to be twice the glow and twice the FUN!
6-9pm / Poway Community Park: 13094 Civic Center Drive
(858) 668-4671 / www.poway.org

Electric Run Recharged San Diego   Mar. 26
Heart-pumping music along the entire course, electric lights and lasers, five new dance party zones, ELECTROBANDs—an illuminating LED bracelet that automatically syncs with the music—and more eclectic features.
7:30pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds
www.electricrun.com

Children’s Spring Festival & Egg Hunt   Mar. 26
Limited to children 3rd grade and under.
10:30am / La Colonia Park: 715 Valley Ave., Solana Beach
(858) 720-2453 / www.ci.solana-beach.ca.us

Spring Eggstravaganza   Mar. 26
Crafts, Food, Primo DJ, Pony Rides, Inflatables, Petting Zoo, Carnival Rides/Games, Face Painting, Continuous Egg Hunts, First come first served, Egg Hunt for ages 8 and younger.
9am-3pm / Santee Lakes: Lake #5  
www.ci.santee.ca.us

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