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Things to Do in San Diego: June 4-10

13 events you absolutely don't want to miss this week



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June 9-10: San Diego Festival of the Arts

June 5:

Explore your inner animal instincts at the world premiere of The Squirrels at La Jolla Playhouse (through 7/8).
 

June 7:

Savor seasonal ingredients during the monthly Artisan Table Series at The Lodge at Torrey Pines’ A.R. Valentien, which features a new guest chef for each dinner. This month, look for famed Valle de Guadalupe chef Drew Deckman in the kitchen.
 

June 7-10:

Come out for the four-day San Diego LGBT Film Festival, celebrating its 20th anniversary at The Observatory North Park.
 

June 8-10:

Enjoy traditional food, pastries, music, and dance during the three-day San Diego Greek Festival at St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church.
 

June 8:

Acclaimed composer Yanni brings his contemporary instrumental music to the Civic Theatre.
 

June 9-10:

Spend a weekend at Waterfront Park for the San Diego Festival of the Arts, showcasing work from nearly 200 artists, plus live music and entertainment, libations, and food from local restaurants.
 

June 9:

Sample over 130 kinds of vino during The Toast of the Coast Wine Festival & Competition at Del Mar Fairgrounds.
 

June 9:

Paintings depicting Epic Tales from Ancient India go on exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art (through 9/3).
 

June 9:

Join the Avolution Fest at this one-day event featuring all things avocado, including food, drinks, and art installations.
 

June 9:

Celebrate the opening of San Diego's first hard kombucha bar during the JuneShine Grand Opening Block Party.
 

June 10:

Tart flavors await at Stone Sour Fest, tapping into more than 75 beers at Stone Brewing’s Escondido headquarters and tasting room.
 

June 10:

Horton Plaza Park transforms into a silent disco during the Yoga After Dark festival, blending yoga and music under the stars. 
 

June 10: 

Head to Hotel Republic for a Topside Brunch and Fashion Pop-Up, featuring bottomless mimosas and on-site stylists.

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