It’s Easter weekend and we have all your egg hunt options for a fun-filled weekend.
The Easter Bunny isn’t the only animals that lay eggs. This weekend, the Living Coast Discovery Center is inviting families to learn about other animals that lay eggs with its “eggs-sighting.”
Dad jokes aside, the Naturally Eggs-sighted exhibit will let get an up-close encounter with the egg-layers of the natural world. (No egg-laying bunnies here.)
There is also sea turtle eggs scattered throughout the aquarium for an Easter egg hunt where children can also learn what it takes to build a turtle nest.
Naturally Eggs-sighted goes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and is free with admission to the Living Coast Discovery Center.
Children’s Nature Retreat Easter Egg Hunt
Here’s your chance to meet an actual Easter bunny — a 10-pound bunny named Easter, that is. The Children’s Nature Retreat is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday.
The Retreat promises plenty of eggs throughout the park for the even the most inexperienced egg hunter. The keeper will also host a talk with a special appearance by the animal retreat’s bunny, Easter. He’s one the retreat’s 10 bunnies.
The Easter Egg Hunt goes from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday and is included with admission to the Children’s Nature Retreat.
The San Diego Old Globe is currently presenting “American Mariachi,” a world-premiere play about two spunky cousins who start an all-girls mariachi band.
As part of the promotion for the show, the Globe is presenting Mariachi Reyna, an internationally acclaimed all-female mariachi band.
The band will play a free one-day-only concert on Copley Plaza. The event is presented in partnership with the Marichi Women’s Festival.
The Mariachi Reyna concert goes from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Mission Valley Craft Beer & Food Festival
Here’s a festival for the craft beer enthusiasts and foodies. Admission to the Mission Valley Creaft Beer & Food Festival is all-inclusive.
That’s right! Beer and food are included. Guests will feast on some of the local food options and have a tasting of some of the exclusive specialty beers from some of the breweries around town, such as AleSmith, Belching Beaver and Society.
The Mission Valley Craft Beer Festival goes from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $60 for early-bird, $70 general and $90 VIP, which gives you access to the festival starting at noon.
Uncorked: San Diego
San Diego isn’t just the about the beer. We have events for wine lovers too. Uncorked Wine Festivals is returning to Marina Park North this Saturday.
The event features more than 60 wineries and more than 200 wines from around the world, a champagne bar, local ciders and gourmet food trucks.
Uncorked: San Diego goes from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $60 general admission and $70 VIP, which includes early admission and exclusive pours from select wineries. A portion of the proceeds goes to benefits Urban Surf 4 Kids.