SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — Don’t sit inside this weekend! Patch has rounded up fun, interesting and entertaining events throughout Southern California – from the southernmost tip of San Diego, through Orange and Riverside counties, to the beaches and valleys in Los Angeles.
Some are free. Some have a fee.
Double-check with event organizers to confirm dates, times and locations in case activities were updated since posted on Patch.
Tuskegee Airman Lt. Oliver Goodall Tribute: Altadena
Culver City Symphony Orchestra: Robert Frost Auditorium, Culver City
Saving Kittens’ Lives Community Cats 101 with Kitten Lady: Pasadena Humane Society SPCA, Pasadena
Brushes Bites: Paint:Lab, Santa Monica
“Tolton: From Slave to Priest”: St. Monica Catholic Church, Santa Monica
“Project Azorian: The CIA’s Greatest Covert Operation”: Catalina Island Museum, Avalon
Whale Watching: Dana Point
Archetype Identification and Exploration: Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, San Clemente
Painting Vino: Mess Hall Market, Tustin
Peddlers Bazaar: Hemet Center for Spiritual Living, Hemet
Exceptional Sports BBQ Fundraiser: Moose Lodge, Lake Elsinore
“I Love You More” Sip Paint: Phearless Art Studio, Moreno Valley
The Stallion Sip Paint: Phearless Art Studio, Moreno Valley
Volunteer Orientation: Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, Palm Desert
SAN DIEGO COUNTY:
Coastal Cities Jazz Band: Carlsbad Community Church, Carlsbad
Yoga and Mimosas: Windmill Food Hall, Carlsbad
Valentine Romance Concert: Encinitas Library, Encinitas
Breakfast with Tigers: San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Escondido
Sweethearts Dinner: San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Escondido
CRY San Diego Bollywood DJ Night Heist: Music Box, San Diego
Heliotrope Ragtime Orchestra Concert and Dance: Tio Leo’s Mexican Restaurant, San Diego
Metalachi, Geezer (Weezer Tribute): Music Box, San Diego
Quigley Fine Wines Charitable Giveback Saturdays: FOCUS: Quigley Fine Wines, San Diego
Social Dance Party: Trilogy Ballroom Dance Studio, San Diego
Want to post your next neighborhood event on the Patch? We do too! No matter how big or small it may be, if it’s local, it has a place on the Patch calendar.
Posting an event is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Here’s how to do it:
Create a Patch account and sign up to post your own local content on Patch, totally free. It’s probably the easiest thing you’ll do all day.Make a Calendar Event and fill it with all the awesome info that people need to add it to their list of things to do in their neighborhood. Choose a fun image to upload and most importantly – have fun with it! It’s your event, and the possibilities are endless.Post it on Patch! That’s it. Get ready for RSVPs.
You can post your event for free to a single Patch, or if you really want to get the community’s attention, you can feature your event for $1 per Patch per day. When an event is featured, it receives priority placement on the local calendar as well as on the homepage, article pages, our daily newsletter and our weekly calendar events newsletter.