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5 Free Things To Do in San Diego This Week: September 12-15

OMBAC Longboard Surfing Contest, Barrio Art Crawl, Eppig Oktoberfest and more admission-free events this week



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OMBAC Longboard Competition | Photo courtesy of Chemistry PR

 

September 12

Art as Health: A Day of Art & HIV Testing

This art exhibit focuses on LGBTQ+ artists and the impact of HIV/AIDS. Free HIV testing onsite as well.

San Diego Art Institute

 

September 14

OMBAC Longboard Surfing Contest

See surfers compete on longboards and soak in the vintage surf nostalgia.

Crystal Pier

 

September 14

Barrio Art Crawl

Head to Logan Avenue to check out a free evening of gallery shows, boutique shopping and more.

Barrio Logan

 

September 14

Yoga In the City

Get active outdoors in downtown while summer's still here. 

Quartyard

 

September 15

Eppig Oktoberfest

It's free to attend the last North Park Oktoberfest at Eppig, but stein fills are $6. Which is almost as good as being free.

Eppig North Park

 

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