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This Weekend in SD March 1-4

March's first weekend means First Friday Films and the start of wedding season with the US Grant's 4th annual bridal showcase, Love, Etc.



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March 1:

Run, Forrest, run to see pal Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band rock out to raise money for wounded American military at Temecula’s Town Square Park. $35 and up.   

March 2:

Johnny Depp takes to the postmodern West in the black-and-white 1995 film Dead Man, screened at San Diego Museum of Art’s First Friday Films. $5 members; $10 nonmembers.  

March 3:

Sip and swirl your way through Temecula’s World of Wine Weekend, two days of self-guided tours and barrel tastings at more than 30 wineries. $99 for two-day tickets.

In Carlsbad, burger lovers get elevated to a new level of organic deliciousness at Elevation Burger’s grand opening celebration. Free.

March 4:

The US GRANT hosts its fourth annual bridal showcase, Love, Etc,* with more than 60 local wedding vendors. $20.

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