There’s a lot going on in San Diego County this weekend. Residents and visitors have the option to cheering on their favorite golfers to heading to a film festival to learning about fermentation. Here’s a sample of what’s in stored this weekend.
Fore! You don’t want to miss the annual Farmers Insurance Open where the most talented golfers gather at the scenic Torrey Pines. The 64th annual event features golfers like Jason Day, Rickie Folwer and Phil Mickelson. The purse is $6.5 million.
Get a dose of history, talent and culture at the San Diego Black Film Festival this weekend. The 14th annual event features more than 100 films, panel discussions and of course, parties. It’s also the largest black film festival in the country.
Do you need tips on how to improve your abode? Visit the Del Mar Fairgrounds this weekend for home improvement products and services offered by local businesses. It’s also free! Just pay $10 for parking.
Ring in the year of the Monkey with the TET Festival at Qualcomm Stadium this weekend. The event celebrates the new year, and features performances, cultural experiences and a lot of good food.
The seaside community of Carlsbad will host a Winter Festival this weekend. Attendees can expect an outdoor skating rink, yoga classes and bounce houses. It’s a family-friendly event so be sure to bring the kiddos and dogs!
Coastal Roots Farm in Encinitas invites the public to a fermentation festival featuring delicious fermented eats. Attendees can also expect live entertainment and a petting zoo.
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