This annual celebration boasts two stages of entertainment, multicultural cuisine, the Cultural Row of Asian Nations with cool facts and crafts, live cooking demos and more.
Universidad Popular North County is an intensive 8-week institute for Spanish-speaking parents teaching families how to become civically engaged in education. Parents understand the barriers children of immigrants face in San Diego and gain an understanding of how educational institutions work; learn culturally and linguistically competent strategies to develop and expand literacy; and develop an action plan for ongoing engagement as partners in education.
Crack open clues to the secret lives of egg-laying critters in San Elijo Lagoon. Families will be treated to an egg find, crafts, a trivia hunt and a live reptile presentation.
Draw and make sculptures using cardboard, and watch a performance by the Black Storytellers of San Diego.
Get an up-close look at gray whales at they pass San Diego on their annual round-trip migration, and 'soakup' gray whale facts from Birch Aquarium at Scripps naturalists. Through April 14. Daily tours: 9:45 am- 1:15 pm & 1:30-5 pm. $18.50 - $42 . www.aquarium.ucsd.edu
Check out everyone's favorite indulgence in Chocolate: The Exhibition, then sample gourmet chocolates by San Diego's finest chocolatiers. Today, noon-4 pm( or while supplies last). Purchase tasting tickets ($1 per sample) at the Visitor Services Desks.
San Diego Children's Discovery Museum promises nonstop fun with exhibits like the Imagination Playground, the Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That's Sensation Station and other hands-on activities. Tuesday & Thursday - Sunday, 10 am- 4 pm. Wed., 10 am - 7 pm.
Enter the bizarre world of bugs, from glow-in-the-dark scorpions to the world's biggest bird-eating tarantula, in this new exhibit that resembles an old-fashioned circus sideshow!
This year’s Institute will feature two lead presenters: Dr. Mariale Hardiman of Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang of the University of Southern California, who will lead sessions in the morning and afternoon on the subject of neuroscience and child development. The purpose of the Institute is to provide practitioners and researchers with research findings that can be used to improve best practices and programming in early childhood programs
Suzie’s Farm is located on 130 beautiful acres near the Tijuana Estuary, 13 miles south of downtown San Diego. Founded by Robin Taylor and Lucila De Alejandro in 2009, we are a USDA-certified organic farm that grows over 100 different types of crops per year. The farm offers family-friendly public farm tours on the second Saturday of every month at 10am, and is also available for privately scheduled field trips and events.