Beyond by Van Gogh; Lunar New Year Celebrations: SoCal weekend

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch has curated fun, interesting and entertaining events across Southern California – from the southernmost tip of San Diego to Orange and Riverside counties to the beaches and valleys of Los Angeles.

Some are free. Some have a fee.

Whether you decide to do an activity close to home, a mini day trip or a virtual event, see what’s planned this weekend from Saturday 5th February to Sunday 6th February.

Find out what’s happening in Encinitas with free real-time patch updates.

Check with the event organizers to confirm dates, times, and locations if activities have been updated since it was released on the patch.


Find out what’s happening in Encinitas with free real-time patch updates.

An Enchanted Fairy Hunt Adventure: Crestwood Hills Park, Los Angeles

Barnsdall Arts Sundays: Virtual about Barnsdall Arts, Los Angeles

Fitness Fest and Conscious Night Market: Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica

LACC Swap Meetings: Los Angeles City College Swap Meetings, Los Angeles

Wayback Daddies: The Warehouse Restaurant, Marina Del Rey


Author Joe Ide with The Goodbye Coast: Book Carnival, Orange

California Cool Art Auction: Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach and Virtual

Celebrate the Lunar New Year: The District in Tustin Legacy, Tustin

D. Yoder Family Sundays: Lunar New Year Celebration: Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, San Clemente

Circus of Dreamers: Theater Samueli, Costa Mesa

Lunar New Year: Pretend City Children’s Museum, Irvine

Monthly Gardening Checklist for February with Sarah Smith: Virtual via Roger’s Gardens, Newport Beach

Running Hot: Great Rolling Stones Tribute: Biergarten @ Old World HB, Huntington Beach

Saturday Brunch Fun Facts: TRADE Marketplace, Irvine

Tennis Lessons: Ridgecrest Park, Aliso Viejo

Tet Festival: OC Fair & Event Center, Costa Mesa

Vadym Kholodenko in Recital: Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, Costa Mesa


Alcohol Ink Tumbler Workshop: Phearless, Moreno Valley

Bad Chemistry: Dorry’s Bar & Grill at Tom’s Farms, Temescal Valley

Karaoke: Texas Lil’s Mesquite Grill, Temecula

Happy Lion Dancers: Pechanga Resort Casino, Temecula

Sweet Love Sip and Paint: Phearless, Moreno Valley and Virtual


Live Blues Music: Ritual Brewing Company, Redlands

Ritual Paint Night: Ritual Brewing Company, Redlands


Beyond Van Gogh: Timothy Norris

BoomBox with BackBeat Brass, Red Giant Project: Music Box, San Diego

Dino and Animal Planters: Water Conservation Garden, El Cajon

Discovery Tour: San Elijo Lagoon Nature Center, Encinitas

Family Fun Day: San Elijo Lagoon Nature Center, Encinitas

Free Juicy Saturday: Waterwise Botanicals, Bonsall

Karl Denson’s Little Universe with Mattson 2: Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach

Mitchell Thorp Foundation Warrior Spirit 5K: Poinsettia Park, Carlsbad

San Diego Legion: SDSU Sports Deck, San Diego

San Diego Tet Festival: Mira Mesa Community Park, San Diego

Winter Chamber Heat Participants Concert: St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Poway

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