Each week, the editors of San Diego Magazine bring you the top fairs, festivals, concerts, theatre, events, and things to do in San Diego. Use our event calendar to find things to do this weekend near you and never miss a great event in San Diego again. From food events and nightlife to 5k races and outdoor festivals, we've got your social calendar covered.
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Lemon Grove Farmers Market
3 p.m. to 7 p.m., Veteran's Foreign Wars Parking Lot on Lemon Grove Avenue
The Lemon Grove Farmers Market goes down weekly each Thursday at the VFW parking lot at 2885 Lemon Grove Ave. Expect vendors selling fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs and handmade gifts, plus savory dishes from local restaurants. Entry is free; bring money to shop local.
North Park Thursday Market
3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., North Park Way & Granada Avenue (North Park)
North Park is known for its interesting small businesses and, on Thursdays year-round, local vendors and artisans are showcased at this popular farmers market located on the corner of North Park Way and 29 th Street. On the shopping list: farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, eggs, sauces, bread and even handcrafted gifts from local, small businesses. The free event also features live music.
Oceanside Sunset Market
5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Main Street Oceanside
Each Thursday, year-round, the Oceanside Sunset Market brings about 200 local merchants together for this sunset marketplace spanning four blocks in downtown Oceanside. Shoppers can expect vendors showcasing homemade goods and tasty grub, plus live music and, of course, an incredible ocean view. The family-friendly weekly event also features the Dorothy's KidZone filled with activities for the little ones. The free market is located on Pier View Way, west of Coast Highway. Rain may cancel the event, so check the weather before making your plans.
6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., The Bayside Pavilion
Learn all about the art of making sushi in this 3-hour class at The Bayside Pavilion in Chula Vista. Attendees will work on the basics of handling sushi rice, sashimi slicing and rolling. A $55 fee covers all materials, plus Chef Jeff Roberto (Sushi on a Roll) Omakase menu to munch on, which includes sake and beer.
β90s-Themed College Night Party Cruise
8:30 p.m., Bahia Resort and Mission Bay
The Bahia Resort in Mission Bay will host a 1990s-themed College Night Party Cruise aboard its resident vessel, the Bahia Belle, this Thursday night. And organizers promise it'll be βall that and a bag of chips.β Attendees are encouraged to sport their best β90s gear; the cruise will include multiple levels of DJs, a lit dance floor and, of course, stellar views. Tickets cost $10; the boat boards at 8:30 p.m. from the resort and returns at midnight.
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