The La Jolla Recreation Center on Prospect offers many family-friendly classes such as yoga, Tai Chi and Pee Wee Sports. Most of these classes are taught by professionals in their fields and are offered for free through the Rec Center. Check out what classes and events are going on this spring at the Rec Center. Continue reading
Did you know that lung cancer accounts for 27% of all cancer deaths in the U.S.? According to the American Cancer Society, more people die each year from lung cancer than colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. If you want to help make a change, lace up your walking shoes and make strides against lung cancer! Join us at the 6th Annual Breath of Hope Walk on Harbor Island at 9 a.m. on Sunday, May 4. All proceeds will benefit lung cancer research at the UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center. Continue reading
Spring has sprung in La Jolla! From egg hunts, dance performances to a film festival, we have a list of the best San Diego and La Jolla weekend events. Here is everything you need to know this weekend:
4th Annual Spring Showcase Continue reading
Want to know where to find the best Easter brunch in La Jolla? Well sit back and relax because we’ve done all the work for you! Choose from a pre-fixe brunch, buffet, or a-la-carte menu style. These fine La Jolla restaurants are the perfect place for a family gathering on Easter Sunday. Enjoy! Continue reading
Families around the world have long been celebrating Easter with a variety of traditions and rituals; but have you ever stopped to think about why we hunt for eggs or buy chocolate rabbits? Or if they do the same thing in Europe or the Czech Republic? There are unique customs all over the world, and each country has its own way of celebrating the holiday. Even better, there are some pretty interesting stories that are behind them! We’ve explored a few weird Easter traditions from across the world – and provided their explanations – to get you in the mood for this year’s upcoming holiday on Sunday, April 20th.
This past weekend, the 2014 La Jolla Concours d’Elegance, a yearly antique and vintage car show that showcases old foreign and domestic cars from around the world. This year’s theme centered around the history of European racing, and included most of the big-name car companies: Bentley, Ferrari, Austin-Healey, Porsche, and Rolls-Royce. Everything from the Parisian roots of the first-ever motoring events in the late 1800s to the continental racing phenomenon spreading across Europe through the 1900s and into the modern-day car scene were celebrated.
The La Jolla Half Marathon returns to La Jolla April 27th! The race is arguably one of the most picturesque and scenic runs out there, but also one of the most challenging: it weaves through some of the hilliest terrain in all of San Diego and is essentially 13.5 miles of uphill running.
Another beautiful weekend is coming up! We’ve got a list of all the best San Diego Events from April 11-13. From art shows to flower festivals and 5k walks, we’ve got everything you need to start planning a fun-filled weekend.
Summertime is just around the corner, and that means spending as much time as possible outdoors and in the sunshine. What better way to ring in the season of (even more) beautiful weather than a picnic? Picnic spots in La Jolla are abundant, and several tucked-away sites are perfect for a quiet meal shoreside or on the grass. Stop by one of La Jolla’s awesome delis for munchies and head out to one of these 5 most overlooked picnic spots to enjoy!
Check out who’s playing this summer at the 2014 La Jolla Concerts by the Sea. Continue reading