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From horses to seahorses, this weekend’s activities run the gamut.

The Del Mar racing reason starts this weekend as well as the return of the Imperial Beach sandcastle competition.

At the other end of the spectrum is the annual Gay Pride parade and lemon and garlic festival.

Here’s the your to the top events this weekend.

Annual Over The Line Tourney

It’s the final weekend for one of San Diego’s bluest summer traditions. Over the Line is a bat and ball game played with two teams of three players each.

The tournament is known for its tongue-in-cheek, off-colored team names and is the major fundraiser for the Old Mission Beach Athletic Club.

Play time is from 7 a.m. to dusk Saturday and Sunday at Fiesta Island. Admission is free for spectators, but the OMBAC asks that you follow its 5Bs rules — no booze, babies, bowsers, battles or birds.

Imperial Beach Sun & Sea Festival

The original Imperial Beach sandcastle competition is back. The 2015 Imperial Beach Sun & Sea Festival features world-class sandcastle sculptors creating some of the best sand creations on the West Coast.

The event also has a competition geared toward children, Kids ‘n Kastles. In additional, there is also a farmer’s market and international food fair.

The festival is free and goes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with the winners’ presentations at the conclusion of Sunday.

Annual LGBT Pride Parade

With the recent Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage, this year’s Pride Parade is extra celebratory.

The San Diego Pride Parade is among one of the largest in the United States and is expected to attract more than 250,000 participants to Hillcrest this weekend.

The parade goes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday on University Avenue.

Del Mar Racing Opening Weekend

The Del Mar racing season kicks off this weekend. Check out our Opening Day coverage here.

The races run five days a week, with Monday and Tuesday dark.

Weekends are one big family party in the infield, with free games, rides and activities. On weekends, children 17 and under get in free with paid adult admission.

Lemon Zest & Garlic Fest

Just like the name suggests, the Lemon Zest & Garlic Fest is a culinary festival where lemon and garlic are on the menu.

With more than 40 restaurants offering up their lemon and garlic-inspired food for you to sample.

The family-friendly event also features a diverse lineup of local music and a beer garden, wine tasting area.

The festival goes from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. Admission to the family area is free but tickets to the food and wine tasting range from $50 to $70.