San Diego Weekend Guide: April 8-10 – Views & Voices

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Take a ride on Highway 101 in Encinitas this weekend to celebrate spring. Photo: @ Encinitas101 via Facebook

There are some activities that could take up the whole weekend in San Diego, if you are so in the mood. Or you could stretch yourself, try a little of it, a little of it – why not? – from theater to contemporary art in the circus.

A reminder: Restaurant Week in San Diego Sunday is over, so this is your last chance to try special menus at prices ranging from $ 10 to $ 60 depending on the meal and space.

Whether your vision is for a simple spring cleansing or for a significant spring transformation, leave it Spring Home / Garden Exhibition at Del Mar Fairgrounds become your guide. From Friday until Sunday, the show includes hands-on demonstrations, kiosks for home improvement services or products, tutorial tutorials and even grandma-helping tips. Admission is free and doors open at 10 a.m. every day.

The Old Globe Theater three days Powers New Voices Festival starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday and includes five solo acts. First up – And we danced by Miki Vale, for a black LGBTQ activist of the 1940s, and Game Night by Queen Kandi Cole, who explores how the pandemic has shaped the views of a group of friends. The free festival continues at the Sheryl and Harvey White Theater with doors opening at 4 and 19:30 on Saturday and 4 on Sunday afternoon. Tickets, although free, must be booked by calling the theater at (619) 234-5623.

Take a stroll down South Coast 101 on the Incinitas Spring Street Fair, with four stages, more than 450 sellers, children’s walks, brewery and more. The fun starts at 9 am on Saturday and Sunday.

The San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art La Jolla reopens to the public at 10 a.m. Saturday after an extensive renovation that added panoramic ocean views to complement the MCASD collection with more than 5,600 paintings, sculptures and more. The work of Niki de Saint Phalle, an experimental French-American who once lived in San Diego, is the subject of MCASD’s first post-construction exhibition. Even better, admission is free all weekend – to celebrate the landmark, on Saturday, and for the Second Sunday Free.

It’s not that far from Easter eggs to fish eggs, right? Birch Aquarium I do not think so, as it hosts the seaside area Eggstravaganza 2022 for two weekends from Saturday and Sunday. Kids will have the opportunity to explore the variety of eggs in the ocean, set up an egg-themed boat and go on an underwater egg hunt from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the aquarium. Tickets must be purchased online – admission for adults costs $ 24.95, while for children it is $ 19.95.

Chula Vista hosts South Bay Earth Day at 11 a.m. Saturday at Memorial Park. The free event includes a repair clinic, ideas on how to reuse and repair household items, an exhibition of sustainable works of art and environmentally friendly gifts.

The Fern Street Circus kicks off the Spring Neighborhood tour in City Heights at 2pm on Saturday. The local favorite also added Circus Community Center, 4108 University Ave., where he will make his debut in the new show, “Come Out, Come Out… Sal de Ahi”. See it on Sunday at 2 p.m. The show goes on Mount Elpida and Golden Hill next weekend.

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