Another weekend means another way to have fun with the family. And we’ve got a slew of activities to keep you and the kids making memories from sun up to sun down. It’s the last weekend to enjoy activities during San Diego River Days. We’re also looking forward to: a concert live from The Conrad, a favorite museum’s re-opening and a way for kids to get glowing.
Family Field Trip
The Earth Discovery Institute invites you to enjoy a morning of nature fun as they hike and explore Crestridge Ecological Reserve. Earth Discovery Institute educators will guide you on a one- to two-mile hike through the chaparral, coastal sage and oak habitats. You will learn about some of our local plants and animals, create some fun art to take home and help with a restoration activity. Bring your lunch to enjoy in the beautiful oak grove. Sat. Event details.
Sonia De Los Santos Concert
Tune in for this virtual concert that’s part of the ConRAD Kids Concert Series. Children and grownups of all backgrounds adore the joyful and bright music of Sonia De Los Santos. Her songs, in both Spanish and English, reflect her inspiring journey of growing up in Mexico and moving to New York City. Sun. Event details.
Bring your dog and the kids to one of Santee’s dog parks for “arfs & crafts,” like Paw-casso paw print art & doggie spray tattoos. Choose to attend at Mast Park or Woodgen Vista Park. Registration is required for this free event. Sat. Event details.
Visit the San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum
This weekend the San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum will be welcoming families once again. Families can reserve tickets for one of the two, three-hour sessions offered from 9 a.m.-noon or 1:30-4:30 p.m. Sat. Event details.
Neon Jump Night
If you really want to wear the kids out, bring them to Neon Jump Night at Rockin’ Jump. This exclusive after-dark experience features special strobes and black lights along with all the top hits to make your night “rockin.” It’s sure to light up your night. Fri. Event details.
Become Snake Smart
Overcome your fear of snakes at this enlightening workshop for families and kids age 5 and up. You will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding about snakes and their behavior, learn how to react if you encounter a snake in the wild, and hopefully come to appreciate these misunderstood reptiles when you learn how they benefit the ecosystem. The snakes and other reptiles that are involved in this program are not venomous, and you can choose whatever level of interaction you’re comfortable with. Registration required. Sat. Event details.