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Things to Do: March 20-26

Kick off spring with these 7 San Diego events



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March 25: The eighth annual Chamorro Cultural Festival

March 22:

Taste a seasonal four-course menu at True Food Kitchen's Spring Community Dinner (call 619-810-2929 for reservations).

March 23:

Indulge in self-care during Bixby & Ball's Girls' Night, featuring complimentary mini-manis, brow waxing, and a sparkling wine tasting.

March 24:

Bob your head to rap legend Common at The Observatory North Park.

Surf's up at Brews, Beats & Eats, Cape Rey Carlsbad's spring kick-off party, featuring a poolside beer garden, live music, and a taco bar.

March 25:

Red Velvet at The Old Globe tells the story of the first black actor to play Othello on the English stage (through 4/30).

British abstract sculptor Richard Deacon debuts his first major American museum exhibition in What You See Is What You Get at the San Diego Museum of Art.

Celebrate the indigenous people of Guam and the Mariana Islands at the eighth annual Chamorro Cultural Festival with food, music, and entertainment at Cal State San Marcos.

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