Looking for things to do in April around North County? We found 10 great things you should add to your list.
1.) April 5th marks the official opening night of Crusin’ Grand in Escondido. Enjoy this FREE EVENT where more than 5000 visitors and car enthusiasts each Friday Night come to check out the 500+ cars lining the streets of historic downtown.
2.) Hour long guided tours are now in session at the Palomar Observatory. Enjoy learning about the history and current scientific research of the Palomar Observatory.
3.) Head out to San Marcos and Swing into Spring on Sunday April 14th from 9am – 5pm. Enjoy arts, crafts, food, vendors, live entertainment and carnival rides
4.) Oceanside Days of Art is a free family art festival. Check out art from over 120 local artists the weekend of 4/20 & 4/21. Enjoy live performances, arts & crafts for all ages, street chalk artists and face painting.
5.) Spring is time when gardens are blooming and they always need a little help from insects. Learn how Ladybugs are beneficial to your garden on Saturday 4/21 at San Diego Botanic Garden and the weekend of 4/27 & 4/28 at Weidner’s Gardens in Encinitas
6.) Love avocados? You are bound to get your fill on Sunday April 21st from 9am – 5pm at the Fallbrook Avocado Festival. There will a variety of contests for all ages!
7.) Adventure Run Time! Road Runner Sports in Carlsbad is hosting a mind-blowing evening of FREE, prize-tastic fitness FUN Thursday 4/25 at 5pm! Enjoy 60 minutes of FUN as you run (or walk) at your own pace while collecting FREE raffle tickets along the way.
8.) Visit with the inhabitants of the “Village of Falconbridge” on the weekend of 4/27-4/28 at the Escondido Renaissance Faire held at Felicita Park from 10am – 6pm.
9.) Enjoy free family fun, entertainment, a National Award Winning MainStreet and a traditional So-Cal beach town the weekend of April 27th & 28th from 9am – 5pm at the 30th Annual Encinitas Street Fair!
10.) Embark on an adventure back in time to the age of steam. On Saturday April 27th from 1 p.m. t07 p.m., at the Old Poway Train Song Festival. This is a free event to celebrate turn of the century innovation!