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5 Free Things to Do in San Diego: August 29-September 3

Hawaiian Plumeria Festival, R&B Block Party, Vegan Playground and more admission-free events this week



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August 29

Screen on the Green: Dracula

Kick off Labor Day weekend with some vintage vampire fun on an outdoor screen in Balboa Park.

San Diego Museum of Art

 

August 31

Hawaiian Plumeria Festival

Spend part of your weekend soaking in colorful floral sights while enjoying food, drinks and entertainment.

Casa del Prado

 

August 31

Owl Puppetmaking 

Who doesn't love puppets? And at this family-friendly event, you can learn to make your own.

City Heights/Weingart Library Performance Annex

 

August 31

R&B Block Party

Dance to jams from local R&B DJs outdoors while enjoying food and drinks downtown. (Free with RSVP)

Quartyard

 

September 3

Vegan Playground Summer Nights

Indulge in vegan treats and shop for crafts at this regular vegan marketplace.

Vegan Playground

 

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