Egg-citing Events in San Diego March 27–April 1

    It’s Easter weekend in San Diego and with that comes lots of egg-citing events and plenty of bad egg puns to crack. If egg-stravagant Easter events aren’t for you, don’t worry there are lots of other events to enjoy like the Wine festival and the Opening Day Block Party!

    Belmont Park’s Easter Bash

    Belmont Park Easter Bash

    This is the perfect time to encourage your child to put all of their eggs in the same basket during the Easter egg hunt in Belmont Park or at Mission Beach. Belmont Park is also offering free photos with the Easter Bunny and there will be brunch available at Draft for your favorite breakfast foods. You can also hop around the Boardwalk and enjoy the different shops, food, and rides with the whole family.

    When: April 1, 2018 – 9am-4pm

    Where: Belmont Park – 3146 Mission Blvd. San Diego, CA 92109

    Cost: Egg Hunt on Beach – $5 per Child, Egg Hunt in Park – Free

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    Spring Eggstravaganza @ Birch Aquarium

    Birch Aquarium Eggstravaganza

    Celebrate the beginning of Spring and get into the Easter spirit by participating in an egg-ploration activity, create a shark egg craft, explore animal eggs, participate in an underwater egg hunt, receive free face painting, go on a scavenger hunt throughout the aquarium for prizes, and watch Scuba Bunny perform at dive shows.

    When: March 24 – April 1 – Times Vary

    Where: Birch Aquarium – 2300 Expedition Way La Jolla, CA 92037

    Cost: General Admission – $14+

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    Uncorked: San Diego Wine Festival

    Uncorked Wine Festival San Diego

    Eggs-plore more than 200 wines from around the globe, local ciders, and champagne and local food trucks at this fun event at the beautiful and scenic Marina Park North. You have the opportunity to enjoy unlimited samples of wine from over 60 wineries while enjoying lawn games and a live DJ. The weather is bound to be beautiful, come out and a sunny side up day in San Diego.

    When: March 31, 2018 – 1pm-5pm

    Where: Embarcadero Marina Park North – 400 Kettner Boulevard San Diego, Ca 92101

    Cost: $60-$70

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    Mission Valley Craft Beer & Food Festival

    mission valley beer and food festival

    How do you know you live in San Diego? You can find a craft beer festival almost every weekend. This weekend you can attend the Mission Valley Craft Beer & Food Festival which is one of the few beer fests that includes unlimited food as well! This is an egg-ceptionally great deal. Enjoy a variety of beer samples, food, and spirits.

    When: March 31, 2018 – 12pm-5pm

    Where: SDCCU Stadium – 9449 Friars Rd. San Diego, CA 92108

    Cost: $60+

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    East Village Opening Day Block Party

    East Village Opening Day Block Party

    Hop around East Village on Friday and Saturday to kick off the start of the 2018 MLB season! This is a free family-friendly event that is the ultimate tailgating experience. There will be delicious food, craft beer, cocktails, fun games, activities and Padre Pride. Be sure to attend the Padres vs. Milwaukee Brewers games March 29 – March 31.

    When: March 30, 2018 – 2pm-6:30pm, March 31, 2018 – 12pm-6:30pm

    Where: East Village – 6th Ave & J St. San Diego, CA 92101

    Cost: Free

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    American Mariachi

    american mariachi

    The Old Globe Theatre presents the story of Lucha, a young girl who spends her days caring for her mother who wants to start an all-girl mariachi band in the 1970’s. This heartfelt and hilarious story features vibrant live music. You’re bound to have an egg-cellent time.

    When: March 23, 3018 – April 29, 2018. Tuesday-Sunday, 7pm-9pm

    Where: The Old Globe – 1363 Old Globe Way San Diego, CA 92101

    Cost: $30+

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    • Jon Hawk

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