From the special needs resource fair, to the safety fair, to the back-t0-school consignment event – even when it’s kind of about us, it’s still about the kids! Of course there’s always straight up family fun to be had in San Diego too…
Wednesday, August 7th from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Miramar Hourglass Rec Center
Activity Booths • Giveaways • Performances • Games • Family Resources • Networking & more!
Children of all abilities can enjoy outdoor activity stations including Woody’s Roundup Corral, Super Hero City, Wheelchair Awareness Course, Literacy Duck Pond, Star Wars Space Station and more!
August 9th – 13th
12666 Poway Road
Kids are expensive and life is hectic! Rhea Lana’s is the answer for busy and savvy moms like you. Shop gently used baby toys, clothes, strollers and more at 90% off of retail, just in time for back-to-school season.
Saturday, August 10th from 5 p.m. – 9 a.m.
Aviara Community Park
This safe camping experience is fun for the first time camper as well as the seasoned pro. Set up your tent in the park for a fun overnight campout, and we’ll provide the rest. Enjoy fun games, activities, and crafts. Enjoy a BBQ dinner and end the evening with popcorn, s’mores and a movie under the stars. The morning includes a continental breakfast and a hike on one of Carlsbad’s many scenic trails.
Tickets are available by pre-sale only. Admission is $25 per person; children 3 years and younger are free, but must be registered. All activities and food are included with admission. Pre-register by calling 760.602.7519.
Saturday, August 10th from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
2 Elder Avenue in Imperial Beach
Get stoked! It’s time for the most adorable surf event of the year . . .the 14th annual Imperial Beach Surf Dog Competition, where fearless surFUR dogs will jump on their boards and hang 20 next to the IB Pier! The Imperial Beach event is the original surf dog competition. This family friendly event, which raises funds for the San Diego Humane Society is sure to be a blast.
Saturday, August 10th from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
La Mesa Police Station
Families can meet members of the La Mesa Police Department, members of Heartland Fire and Rescue, members of the Special Response Team (SRT), take guided police station tours, learn bike safety and ride on a skills course for kids! (*feel free to bring your own bike and helmet) , learn basic CPR training, visit resource booths, enjoy music, food and giveaways! Click here for more information.