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San Diego Weekend Guide: July 1-3 – July 4 Edition

Games! Walks! Fried food! It’s the last weekend of 2022 to enter the San Diego County Fair. Photo by Chris Stone

Ah, independence. Some enjoy it more than others, of course, but every American has the right to take a break to ponder his or her freedoms – and fireworks as well – on Monday. So of course, much of this weekend in San Diego will be sprinkled with red, white and blue.

The San Diego County Exhibition enters its final weekend, all of which lead to the grand finale of the fireworks on Monday. See truck-monsters and comedy shows all weekend and on Saturday indulge in the Festival of Distilled Drinks and Cocktails. And don’t forget to get your last peanut butter or fried jalapeño meatball of the season with wrapped bacon. At Del Mar Fairgrounds, with general admission at $ 20.

San Diego Comic-Con Museum opens the first exhibition dedicated to Marvel’s favorite webslinger, “Spider-Man: Beyond Amazing: The Exhibition” celebrating the character introduced to the world by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko 60 years ago. Balboa Park’s newest attraction opens at 10 a.m. General admission is $ 30.

The National City Lions Club is right. The celebration of the 4th of July is not just a matter of one day – it should be all weekend. Of the organization Carnival in Kimball Park continues until Wednesday with walks, games, food and more. The doors open at 5 p.m. Friday and 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. On Monday, arrive early at noon or at night for the fireworks at 9 p.m.

We love a little Julian apple pie and the snow is beautiful too. But what about gemstones in July? Experience the community in the summer as Julian Town Hall hosts the opening Julian Gem and Mineral Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Welcome red, white and blue to the July 4th local parade. Photo by Chris Stone

Little Italy opens its own Summer Film Festival Saturday at the Amici Park Amphitheater. I see Ammore and Malavita – meaning Love and spheres – and have a picnic under the stars on West Date and State streets. Don’t worry – there will be subtitles. The free series continues at 8 p.m. every Saturday until September 3rd.

You may think of some countries before the US when it comes to top wines. So let’s Wine Card in Little Italy and Solana Beach remind you of All-American Wine Flight with the Best of Napa Valley in South Texas. Explore food pairs and play with taste profiles. Try five wines for $ 25 at the bar from noon until 5pm on Sunday.

However, Monday is the big show – with parades and exhibitions on July 4 for many communities, including Coronado, Lake Murray, Poway and Rancho Bernardo.

And at night, there is the Big Bay Boomwhich has a reputation for excellence (and infamy) as TA fireworks spectacular. Here are just a few of the places along San Diego Bay where you can watch – the Spanish Landing Park, the Port Island and the Embankment. But do you want to see a show closer to home? They will be hosted throughout the province, so take a look at ours A complete guide to San Diego County fireworks for all options.

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