Placentia Palooza June 2-3
Friday, will showcase the following bands: Fat Maggie, Zavala Jazz Soul Posse, and Prime Time Music. Saturday will showcase CSUF Bands: Emi Grace and Vida Moxy. Taco bar by Tlaquepaque Restaurant; beer & seltzer by Broken Timbers Brewing Company. Vendors selling cool stuff will also be there to add to the fun!
5-9pm / Old Town Placentia 714-528-1873 / www.placentiachamber.com 

Studio Arts Festival June 3
The juried festival will showcase Southern California artists and their original works of art in ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, painting, photography, fiber, and glass. 9am-5pm / Irvine Fine Arts Center 949-724-6880 / www.irvinefinearts.org 

OC Fair’s Job Fair June 3
Join us for a job fair to learn about the 1,000+ openings for ages 16 and up. We’ll be conducting walk-up interviews and making offers on the spot. Resumes recommended but not required.
9am-1pm / OC Fair & Event Center 714-708-1500 / www.ocfair.com/jobs 

in the Park June 3
Visit fun pet-related vendor booths and rescue groups, enjoy the sound of the DJ with games, and discover crafts and activities that your pet will be sure to love. A resident access card is required to enter the dog park.
9-11:30am / Wagsdale Park, Ladera Ranch www.laderalife.com 

Corona del Mar Scenic 5k June 3
Enjoy pristine ocean views and activities for all ages. Register for the 5K Run, 2- Mile Youth Race, Dolphin Dash for the kids, and the popular 2-mile Fun Walk. Enjoy generations of families & friends and don’t miss the festive post event party complete with live entertainment, unique sponsor and vendors, awards ceremony and more.
6am / Corona del Mar State Beach 949-673-4050 / www.cdmchamber.com 

Kids' Community Swap Meet  June 3
The event is designed to give children ages 5-15 yrs. the opportunity to sell gently used toys, clothing, sporting goods, books and furniture all while learning valuable lessons about money.
8-10:30am / Yorba Linda Community Center 714-961-7100 / www.yorbalindaca.gov 

Huntington Beach Concours d’Elegance June 3-4
Car & Motorcycle Show. A fun event where car lovers and enthusiasts can come to enjoy themselves, while knowing that they are also helping a worthy cause, The Huntington Beach Library Children's Resource Center. It is rated # 1 in California, please help us keep it that why by attending this year's event.
Sat 9am-1pm, Sun 9am-2pm / Huntington Beach Central Park www.hbconcours.org 

Tustin Street Fair & Cook-Off June 4
The event comes alive with a variety of exhibitors featuring crafters, community organizations, food and chili booths, and craft beers and wine. Live music and contests are featured on event stages and there is a Kids Fun Zone with games, bounce houses, and entertainment. 11am-6pm / Old Town Tustin 714-573-3326 / www.tustinca.org 

Super Pet Adoption & Fundraiser June 4
Local pet rescue groups will bring dogs, cats, and birds for adoption. This annual event features vendors and services for pets and their humans that includes gourmet food trucks, a bake sale, and a drawing giveaway.
10am-3pm / Irvine Animal Care Center 949-724-7740 / www.irvineanimals.org/superpet 

Balboa Island Parade June 4
“Horsin’ Around Island Style” A 28-year Island tradition filled with Children on Bikes, Island Dogs, Decorated Golf Carts and Floats, Horses, Vintage Cars, USC Marching Band, Keystone Cops, Drill Teams, Marching School Bands, Local Dignitaries and much more! Balboa Island is going WESTERN ISLAND STYLE so grab your cowboy boots and hat, wear your island shirts and shorts, bring your beach chairs, and join us for a fun day on the Island. After-Party starts immediately following the parade in front of the Fire Station featuring our local band “The Fabulous Nomads”.
11am-5pm / 331 Marine Avenue www.balboaislandnb.org 

Celebration of the Arts June 4
Dozens of artists exhibits and sales, including paintings, photography, ceramics, mosaics, jewelry, sculptures, wood carving, glass art, mixed media and cultural activities. This is a family friendly event offering free activities for all ages, sharing the creativity & talent of our community. 11am-4pm / Hurless Barton Park, Yorba Linda www.artsyl.org

Lake Forest Business Expo June 9
8:30am-12pm / Lake Forest Civic Center 949-583-9639 / www.lakeforestcachamber.com

Cypress SummerFest June 9
Magic Show, Crafts, activities, games, booths and food sold by Kiwanis of Cypress, Movie on the Green - Puss in Botts: The Last Wish. 6pm / Civic Center Green 714-229-6700 / www.cypressca.org 

San Clemente Annual Car Show  June 10
A classic day of gorgeous cars, live music by The Chancers, food, slot cars, unique shopping, and family fun! Spectators and sweet pups are welcomed free. Hosted and produced by the San Clemente Downtown Business Association, a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization that works to enhance downtown commerce and beautification.
10am-3pm / Downtown San Clemente www.sccarshow.com 

Huntington Beach Pier Swim June 10
Awards will be given to the top three finishers in each division. The Gene Belshe Memorial Perpetual Trophy will be awarded to the top team. $25.00 per person.
8:30-11am / Huntington Beach Pier 714-960-8870 / www.huntingtonbeachca.gov 

Farmakis Farms Craft Market June 10
Craft markets are sprinkled throughout the year offering a variety of crafts such as jewelry, candles, soaps, succulent arrangements, hand-made cards, and so much more! Not to mention some incredible artists and authors showcasing their work. 10am-3pm / 29932 Camino Capistrano, SJC 949-364-1270 / www.farmakisfarms.com 

Pet Palooza June 10
Adopt a pet, food, music, contests, pet expo, photo-ops, and pet walk.
9am-1pm / Marina Hills Park, Laguna Niguel949-363-0136 / www.lnchamber.com 

Dana Point ArtFest June 11
An outdoor, top-quality juried art and music event that brings artists and the community together in and around the Dana Point, CA area. More approximately 100 local artists. Live music from various artists. Wine and beer garden. Restaurants on Del Prado Ave will open early for the event - providing food and libations.
10am-5pm / Del Prado Avenue www.dpartfest.com 

Fountain Valley Summerfest June 15-18
Carnival, food, drone show, live bands, rides, and fireworks. Admission tickets are required for all attendees age 5 years and older. Due to occupancy limits, the only way to guarantee admission to Summerfest is to purchase an online ticket. Walk-up tickets will be sold at the event if occupancy limits have not been reached.
Fountain Valley Sports Park www.fvsummerfest.com 

A Taste of Greece June 16-18
This is a fun-filled Festival for the whole family! Pastries, dancing, boutique & delicious Greek food. There will also be Greek folk dancing lessons, church tours and kids play zone.
Saint Paul's Greek Orthodox Church, Irvine www.irvinegreekfest.com 

Fishing Derby  June 17
SAMLARC Members of all ages are invited to grab a fishing pole and head to the lake to compete against friends and neighbors! 7-10am / Lago Santa Margarita, RSM 949-709-0010 / www.samlarc.org 

Summer Suds Brewfest June 17
40+ craft breweries with over 100 beers to taste plus food tastings to enjoy. Event includes live performances from local bands and DJ, a giant party game arena for some friendly competition, beer magicians and some of Southern California's best food vendors cuisine. 12-4pm / Fountain Valley Sports Park 562-495-5959 / www.summersudsbrewfest.com 

SoCal World Guitar Show June 17-18
All Amigo shows are international buy-sell-trade events. Attendees may bring all the musical instruments or related items they can carry to sell, trade or have appraised. Get bids from several exhibitors to quickly establish the market value of your item and proceed to sell or trade with confidence.
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm / OC Fair & Event Center 918-288-2222 / www.amigoguitarshows.com 

Repticon June 17-18
Experience the animal kingdom in an exotic way. Explore our rows of reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and more! Everything to support your hobby will be available: feeders, caging, and other supplies.
Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 10am-4pm / OC Fair & Event Center 863-268-4273 / www.repticon.com 

Baroque Music Festival  June 18-25
Our Festival offers five professional concerts during the last week of June. We enjoy the talents of extraordinary musicians playing Baroque instruments, and of singers who are sensitive to historical styles, performing in intimate venues in Corona del Mar and Newport Beach. 949-760-7887 / www.bmf-cdm.org 

Lions Club Fish Fry & Carnival June 23-25
Come join us for three days of family fun! Fish fry dinners, carnival rides, games, booths, listen to headliner bands, additional food stations, wine/ beer garden, free give-a-ways, opportunity drawings, and more!! And remember all the money we raise goes to local charities.
Lions Park & Luke Davis Field, Costa Mesa 949-422-4133 / https://cmnh-lions.com/ 

Laguna Hills Chamber Car Show June 24
Fun for the whole family! Live music. Free entry.
9am-1pm / Laguna Hills Mall 949-542-6016 / www.lagunahillschamber.com 

Doheny Surf & Art Festival June 24-25
Celebrates the historic surf culture and coastal beauty of the Park.
9am-6pm / Doheny State Beach 949-496-6171 / www.dohenystatebeach.org 

Laguna Beach Sawdust Festival June 30-Sept. 3
Handcrafted art Laguna Beach artists, 3 stages of live music, complimentary art classes, glassblowing, art demonstrations and a variety of outdoor dining and saloon offerings- set in a unique artist village in the heart of Laguna Beach. 11am-10pm Fri-Sat, 11am-8pm Sun-Thu / 935 Laguna Canyon Rd. 949-494-3030 / www.sawdustartfestival.org 


SaMo Pride Festival  Month of June

Santa Monica Pier, Downtown Santa Monica, Inc., and Santa Monica Place, in collaboration with the City of Santa Monica and Santa Monica Travel and Tourism, present SaMo PRIDE: a month focused on events and activities for all ages that celebrate our city’s inclusive and diverse spirit. See website for schedule of events. 310-393-8355 / www.smpride.com


Kid Palooza  June 2

Spin Art, Unicorns, Music, Food, & Other Fun Attractions. 5-8pm / Finkbiner Park, Glendora 626-914-8200 / www.cityofglendora.org


WeHo Pride June 2-4

WeHo Pride Weekend will include, among other events, a free weekend Street Fair and Pride Parade. Entertainment venues in West Hollywood’s Rainbow District along historic Route 66 will produce a number of special Pride events and there will be community group programming, too! See website for schedule of events. 323-848-6385 / www.wehopride.com


Monterey Park Pride Parade and Festival June 3

Features music, resources and giveaways. 8:30am-12pm / Mark Keppel H.S. and Barnes Park 626-307-1458 / www.montereypark.ca.gov


ThriftCon LA June 3

The nation's premier vintage clothing and collectible sale. Vendors from around the country assemble their greatest digs for a one-day celebration of all things vintage. 10am-5pm / LA Convention Center Hall K https://thriftcon.co


Santa Monica Animal Shelter Open House Fundraiser June 3 Enjoy a fun afternoon for the whole family to raise much needed funds for the Santa Monica Animal Shelter. Win fantastic items in our raffle and silent auction. Enjoy a live performance from School of Rock West LA House Band. Face painting by the wonderful The Magical Atelier. Awesome balloon animals, headbands and bracelets from Wild About Balloons LA. 12-3pm / Santa Monica Animal Shelter 310-458-8595 / www.smasf.org

South Bay Paddle  June 3

The event serves as a qualification race for the Catalina Classic Paddle Board Race. 7:30am-12pm / Beach and Strand, Hermosa Beach www.southbayboardriders.com


LAWineFest June 3-4

Hundreds of wines, brews and spirits from all over the world. Food trucks, live music and artisan pop-up boutiques will also be on-site, and all proceeds will benefit the original chapter of the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club. Harry Bridges Memorial Park, Long Beach www.lawinefest.com


Artesia Summer Kickoff Party June 9

Join us for a night of music, food, and fun! BBQ hot dogs provided free while supplies last. Live music by California Show. 6-9pm / AJ Padelford Park 562-860-3361 / www.cityofartesia.us


LA Pride in the Park June 9-10

Megan Thee Stallion will headline Friday, and Mariah Carey will headline Saturday! General Admission (GA) and VIP options available for either day, or as a weekend pass! LA State Historic Park 323-969-8302 / www.lapride.org


Palos Verdes Street Fair and Music Festival June 9-10

Special attractions such as Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Art Contests, Blood Mobile, and more. The Food Court is sure to tempt your taste buds with everything from Thai to Mexican, Sausages and Cheese Steaks, Empanadas, Greek, Burgers and Gourmet Hot Dogs, and more! Norris Center and Deep Valley Drive 310-377-8111 / www.palosverdeschamber.com


Philippine Independence Day June 10

An all day event in the City of Carson featuring cultural performances and various entertainment for the entire family. 7:30am-6pm / Veterans Park, Carson 310-847-3570 / https://ci.carson.ca.us/

Antelope Valley Taco Festival June 10

Offering a wide choice of tacos from restaurants, taquerias, and food trucks. Free live entertainment and music. 11am-7pm / Poncitlán Square, Palmdale 661-267-5611 / www.AVTacoFestival.com


Fine Arts Festival June 10-11

Over 100 juried artist booths with all mediums represented. There is also an outstanding student art exhibition, face painting and art activities for kids. Our grounds are located next to a great selection of Hermosa Beach shops and restaurants. 10am-6pm / Community Center & Skate Park, Hermosa Beach www.hermosafinearts.com


Taste of the Nation June 11

Features dozens of the LA area’s top tastemakers and renowned No Kid Hungry chef supporters from across the country who lend their talents and passion for ending childhood hunger in America. 12-4pm / Media Park, Culver City https://events.nokidhungry.org


LA Pride Parade June 11

Over 145,000 of you came out last year to cheer our iconic LGBTQ+ procession as we took back Hollywood Blvd! We’re planning even more fun and Pride, with extra performances, music, surprises. Grand Marshal announcements coming soon. Adjacent to the Parade route, we’ll have Pride Village, a free street fair featuring food, activities, live performances and more. Hollywood, Highland, & Cahuenga Blvds. 323-969-8302 / www.lapride.org


Roaring Nights at the L.A. Zoo June 16

Our wildly popular Roaring Nights series returns in 2023 for one night only with a totally tubular ’80s theme. It’s the 21-and-over way to do the Zoo, with three dance areas, animal experiences, tasty food and beverages, and more. ’80s fashions are strongly encouraged! 6-10pm / Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Park 323-644-4200 / www.lazoo.org


L.A. Roadsters Show June 16-17 7am-5pm / Pomona Fairplex www.laroadstershow.com


Sierra Madre Senior Art Show June 16-17 Fri 4-6pm, Sat 9-11am / Hart Park House Senior Center 626-355-5278 / www.cityofsierramadre.com


Pasadena Juneteenth Celebration June 17

This family-friendly celebration includes free food, live entertainment, inflatable games, spoken word artists, and arts & crafts. Food for purchase also available. 11am-2pm / Jackie Robinson Community Center 626-744-7300 / www.cityofpasadena.net


Sierra Madre Community Yard Sale June 17 8am-12pm / Memorial Park 626-355-5276 / www.cityofsierramadre.com


Pasadena Chalk Festival June 17-18

200 chalk murals and over 500 artists, Art Gallery & Silent Auction, Animation Alley & Chalk of Fame, Children’s Art Area, Dine and Shop at The Paseo! Benefits the community arts programs of the Light Bringer Project. Light Bringer Project is a nonprofit, Pasadena-based arts organization founded in 1990 by residents who were exploring the historic contributions that artists, architects and craftsmen made to the local environment. 10am-7pm / Pasadena Convention Center 626-590-1134 / www.pasadenachalkfestival.org

Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance June 18

A Father’s Day tradition since 1993, the annual Rodeo Drive Concours d'Elegance features a complimentary car show. From American muscle cars to pre-war collectibles and winning race cars, some of the most exquisite vehicles ever made by Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Ferrari, McLaren, Bentley and more will be on display. 10am-4pm / Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills www.rodeodrive-bh.com


Long Beach Juneteenth Celebration June 18

Southern California’s premiere Juneteenth event returns with a day- long celebration of Black history and culture featuring live music, family activities, food trucks and more.

10:30am-7pm / Rainbow Lagoon Park www.lbjuneteenth.com


The Venice Fest June 24

An assortment of LA’s most curated brands and artists, we welcome in the community to join us for a day full of shopping, networking, great bites, tasty drinks, and good sounds. 12-8pm / Venice Blvd., Downtown Mar Vista www.thevenicefest.com


Cheers at The Farm: Wine, Spirits, & Beer Festival June 24 A celebration of the award-winning wine, spirits, and extra virgin olive oils from the Los Angeles International Competitions. Every ticket includes a Souvenir Tasting Glass; tastes of cocktails, spirits, wine & olive oil, DJ & Dancing, Food Bites and Access to the Silent Auction. 7-10pm / Pomona Fairplex www.fairplex.com/cheers


TOCApalooza  June 24

The South Bay Festival of the Arts is now TOCApalooza. A day long celebration of the arts that lets you enjoy entertainment on three stages, check out the work from a variety of artists in the juried art exhibition, shop from local and regional arts vendors and enjoy food and beverage. 11am-5pm / Torrance Cultural Arts Center 310-328-5310 / www.torranceca.gov


Civic Center Block Party June 24

Family fun, a rockin’ good time, and a big, professional fireworks show. Family Fun Zone activity area for kids and families, and the "On the Block Food Court” with a wide variety of food booths and food trucks. 4-9pm / Lakewood Civic Center 562-866-9771 x2408 / www.lakewoodcity.org


Santa Monica Pier 360 Beach Festival June 24-25

With ocean sports competitions, Polynesian dancing, a one-of-a-kind surf and skate history museum, live music, food and drinks, interactive games, sampling by some of your favorite brands and so much more, Pier 360 offers a peek into iconic SoCal beach culture and brings together thousands of guests for a day of good vibes. Santa Monica Pier www.santamonicapier.org/pier360


Day Trip Festival June 24-25

Two stages & two days of Strictly House Music All Day Long at one of the most historic locations in the SoCal area! This one is for our 21+ family only. Queen Mary Waterfront, Long Beach www.daytripfest.com

Corona Chamber Golf Classic June 1

Registration & breakfast 8:30am. Opening ceremony & rules 10:15am. Tee off 10:30am. Return to clubhouse 4:45pm. 8am-5pm / Eagle Glen Golf Club 951-737-3350 / www.mychamber.org


Beaumont Cherry Festival June 1-4

For more than 100 years, the Cherry Festival has been the biggest community event in Beaumont. Virtually the entire community participates in this four-day celebration, which features games, rides, booths, music, entertainment, and the best food and drink the Pass Area has to offer. Come out and join us! We look forward to seeing you at this year's festival! See website for schedule. / Stewart Park 951-572-3197 / www.beaumontcherryfestival.org


Vegan Depot June 1, 15 & 29

Join PRCSD and Organic Junkie's Vegan Depot where you can enjoy a family friendly environment, consisting of music, food, and free entry! Explore a vast variety of vegan options that are available for you. 4-8pm / White Park, Riverside 951-826-2000 / www.riversideca.gov


Just 4 Kids Fishing Derby June 3

Kids ages 15 years and younger are invited to fish for prizes. All participants are required to bring their own rod, reel, and tackle. This event is FREE but spots are limited! 7:30-10:30pm / Levee of the Diamond Stadium, Lake Elsinore 951-471-1212 / www.lake-elsinore.org


Perris Car Show June 4

A great outing for the whole family, the best car show in the Inland Empire! Come see the antique cars lined up on the taxiway, have a bite or a drink at the Bombshelter, our on-site restaurant, and bar, and watch the skydivers land...or even maybe, jump out of an airplane or fly in our wind tunnel! 4-7pm / The Bombshelter Restaurant and Bar 91-943-4863 / www.skydiveperris.com


Riverside Career Fair June 5

Meet face to face with recruiters and HR managers from local and Fortune 500 companies to learn about open career opportunities. Dress to impress and please bring an updated resume.100% free event for job seekers to attend. 9:30am-12:30pm / Courtyard by Marriott Riverside www.eventbrite.com

EATSvale Food Truck Festival June 9

This year, EATSvale will be held on the 2nd Friday of each month from May to September. Features a variety of food trucks, food booths, limited craft- retail booths, live music performances, a mini-beer garden, and children’s activities.4-9pm / 7155 Hamner Avenue 951-361-0900 / www.eastvaleca.gov


Mountain Gate Drive Tree Planting June 10

Join the City of Corona for the next community cleanup and tree planting event of the year! This is a volunteer opportunity for all ages in which participants will be planting trees along a half mile stretch of Mountain Gate Drive from Highgrove Street to Upper Drive. Volunteers must wear closed toed, comfortable shoes, clothing they do not mind getting dirty, and jeans are highly recommended. Work gloves and safety vests will be provided. 9am-12pm / Mountain Gate Drive, Corona www.coronaca.gov


Regatta June 10

This is a free event to spectators and races can be viewed from the shore of Lake Evans. Riverside Community Sailing Program are lessons for youth sailing for the ages 10 -17 beginning June 12. 4-7pm / Fairmount Park, Riverside 951-826-2031 / www.riversideca.gov


Temecula Juneteenth Celebration June 10

In celebration of the federal holiday, the City of Temecula will be hosting Juneteenth, an open house-style community event. Bring your family and friends to commemorate this landmark day and connect with others through song, dance, and food. Enjoy live entertainment and educational components while exploring the history of this holiday. Be sure to visit the vendor area and enjoy the free fun zone! 11am-3pm / Civic Center Quad 951-694-6480 / https://temeculaca.gov


Corona Town Hall with Mayor Tony Daddario June 10 Join your Mayor to discuss issues that are important to you! 9-11am / Historic Civic Center Theatre www.coronaca.gov


Perris Con June 10-11 Collectibles, Vendors, Demos, Cards and Much More. 10am-5pm / Perris High School 951-943-6100 / www.cityofperris.org

Southwest Regional Economic Forecast June 15

Join the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce and top economic development experts for an exclusive look at the current and upcoming economic landscape of the region. Discover the state of Southwest Riverside County's economy and its potential impact on your financial future. This educational event offers invaluable strategic planning insights for 2023 and beyond. 7-10am / South Coast Winery, Temecula 951-676-5090 / www.temecula.org


Murrieta State of the City June 15 Presented by Mayor Dr. Lisa Deforest. 7pm / Murrieta Hot Springs Resort 951-304-2489 / www.murrietaca.gov


Wounded Bomb Technician Fundraiser June 16

Altisima is hosting a fundraiser to benefit the IABTI and EOD Warrior Foundation. These amazing organizations support bomb technicians in their most crucial times. Come enjoy an evening with us to fundraise for these brave men and women! The evening will commence with dinner, drinks, and a silent auction - followed by an exciting guest speaker from the EOD community. Your $150 ticket includes: Buffet style dinner, Two drink tickets, Live speaker, The opportunity to support a wonderful cause. 6-10:30pm / Altisima Winery, Temecula 951-422-2525 / www.altisimawinery.com


MoVal’s Juneteenth Celebration June 17

The community is invited to celebrate an afternoon full of entertainment, children’s activities, food booths, retail vendors (jewelry, clothing, and art) and local artists. 1-5pm / Moreno Valley Civic Center Amphitheater 951-413-3280 / www.moval.org


Old Town Music Festival June 17

Join us for our annual music festival in Old Town Temecula featuring Big & Rich, Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry, Coffey Anderson, Creed Fisher, Runaway June, Cowboy Troy and more! The massive parking lot at The Stampede will transform into a fun-filled outdoor festival featuring a large stage to host your favorite artists, full bars, line dancing, mechanical bull riding food, and more! All Ages! 12-10pm / Temecula Stampede www.oldtownmusicfestival.com


Murrieta Father's Day Car Show  June 17 Music, vendors, family fun, free for spectators. Pre-1980 & Specialty vehicles will be judged if in place by 3:30pm 2-8pm / California Oaks Sports Park 951-304-2489 / www.murrietaca.gov

Microbrew Craft Beer & Chili Cook Off  June 18
Pechanga Resort Casino, Temecula 888-810-8871 / www.pechanga.com


NDR Summer Horse Camp  June 19-23

NDR Therapeutic Riding is hosting a summer horse camp for ages 4+! Camp will consist of arts and crafts, games, horse back riding, multiple demos, ranch educations, and a water day! Not only will they have fun, but there will make special memories and new friends! Snacks will be provided. 8am-12pm / NDR Therapeutic Riding, Norco951-734-9056 / www.ndrtherapeuticriding.org


Camp Out in the Park June 23-24 Fri 4pm-Sat 9am / Marna O'Brien Park, Wildomar 951-677-7751 / www.cityofwildomar.org


Murrieta Birthday Bash June 24 Headliner: K-Tell All Stars. 2-9pm / California Oaks Sports Park 951-304-7275 / www.murrietaca.gov

Menifee Independence Celebration June 24

This year’s festivities include a parade, a large variety of food and craft vendors, kid’s zone, and beer garden ending with a spectacular firework show.5pm / Mt. San Jacinto College www.joinlmwc.org

Chamber MEGA Mixer  June 29

A Networking Extravaganza powered by Local Chambers in our region working together to connect our business communities! 3:30-7pm / Mt. San Jacinto College Temecula Campus 951-677-7916 / www.murrietachamber.org


Annual Mayoral Update  June 29

Welcome to the Annual Mayoral Update at Good Morning, Corona. This is your monthly connection to what's happening in the business community. From networking exercises to speakers on topics of interest, business recognition and self-introductions, to advocacy and city updates, this event is one you should have on your calendar each and every month. Breakfast buffet is included. Great networking opportunity and lots of exhibitors! 6:30-8:30am / Eagle Glen Golf Club, Corona 951-737-3350 / www.mychamber.org

Town Square Music Festival June 3

This is a charity event in support of the continued development of The Julian Town Square. Admission is free. There will be vendors, food, local artisans, raffles, silent auctions, many unique contribution opportunities, and 7 live bands featuring The Bree Jones Band, Gregory Page, Calamity, Nathan James & The Rhythm Scratchers. The Fremonts, The Sea Monks, The Farmers. 10am-6pm / 2123 Main Street, Julian www.juliantownsquare.com


San Marcos Trails Day June 3

A challenging, 7-mile hike with more than 1,000 feet of elevation gain will be offered to Double Peak Park via the Cima Loop Trail and La Plaza Drive. A 1-mile interpretive walk will feature the flora and fauna of the Discovery Creek Trails. And a 6-mile equestrian trot will also be offered starting from the Ridgeline Trailhead. 9am-12pm / Lakeview Park: 650 Foxhall Drive 760-744-1050 / www.san-marcos.net


Flag Day Parade  June 3

The La Mesa Flag Day Parade is a wonderful, patriotic family event. Free ice cream provided by La Mesa Community Relations & Veterans Commission at "The Lookout" at Legacy Park. 10am / La Mesa Village - La Mesa Blvd. www.cityoflamesa.us


VANC Car Show June 3

We'll be featuring all sorts of extraordinary cars, trucks, and vehicles. Enjoy live music, fun and a great time. All years, makes and models are welcome and trophies will be given to "The Best" in several categories. There will be a pancake breakfast at 8am for registrants. Breakfast, lunch and drinks are available for purchase. 9am-2pm / Veterans Association of North County, Oceanside 760-722-1277 / www.vanc.me


Sam Hinton Folk Festival June 3

This wonderful outdoor event will feature musical performances, musical workshops, group jams and an open mic stage. A great variety of folk music will be offered including Bluegrass, Olde Time, Irish music, and much more. 11am-5pm / Old Poway Park 858-668-4576 / www.poway.org

Rock 'n' Roll San Diego Marathon & 1/2 June 3-4

Starting at Balboa Park and finishing in Downtown San Diego, you’ll explore up to eight well-known neighborhoods and experience an insider tour that even the locals rave about. This ultimate foot tour highlights all the iconic communities, their personalities, and everything we love about America's Finest City. 6:15am-1pm / Balboa Park www.runrocknroll.com/san-diego


San Diego County Fair June 7-July 4

"Get Out There!" to explore the great outdoors and get s'more of what life has to offer. Scout out Best-of-Show winners in the Fair's competitive exhibitions. Reach new heights as you spin upside-down in the FunZone. Hike around San Diego Grown to learn all about local agriculture from food to fiber to flowers. Be prepared for an unsurpassed line-up of entertainment. Del Mar Fairgrounds 858-755-1161 / www.sdfair.com


Night Fishing June 8 & 22

Join us for a night of fishing in Lakes 1-4. No state fishing license is required, only a permit from the General Store. Adults $10, Jrs & Seniors $6, Extra pole stamp $4. Bring your lanterns! 5-11:30pm / Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve 619-596-3141 / www.santeelakes.com/fishing


REINS of Life Golf Tournament June 9

This year’s player package includes boxed lunch, cocktail hour and awards dinner with hosted bar. The mission of REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program is to support the physical, mental and emotional health of disabled children and adults with therapeutic equine-assisted activities. 12pm / The Golf Club of California, Fallbrook 760-731-9168 / www.reinsprogram.org


Luau Party June 9

Celebrate the Aloha spirit with us for a summer night of authentic all-you- can-eat Polynesian cuisine, live music from Island Breeze, and a special performance from Taupou Samoa. A journey of island traditions with Tahitian drums, fire knife dancing, and more. 7-10pm / Kona Kai Resort & Spa, San Diego 619-452-3138 / www.resortkonakai.com

San Diego Beer Weekend  June 9-11

Small and independent craft breweries across San Diego County are inviting you to shop–and sip–local! Your purchase of the limited edition glassware supports that small business and the San Diego Brewers Guild, the non-profit association advancing the San Diego craft beer industry through education and collaboration. www.sdbeer.com


Snores and Smores Family Camp Out June 9-10

We'll be pitching tents on the field and sleeping under the stars. Includes hot dog dinner, arts and crafts, games and activities, snack hunt, movie in the park, and marshmallow roast. Fri 5pm-Sat 10am / Montevalle Recreation Center, Chula Vista www.chulavistaca.gov/rec


Taste of Julian June 10

While apples will always be revered by the hamlet of Julian, we have more than apples to celebrate and Taste of Julian is designed to do just that… celebrate the deliciously diverse culinary delights Julian has to offer. The event is a self guided tour of the participating restaurants and tasting rooms in the Julian area. 12:30-5pm / Town Hall www.tasteofjulian.com


Giro di San Diego GranFondo June 10

Southern California meets Italy at the Giro di San Diego GranFondo, a celebration of cycling, food, and San Diego's North Inland region. Custom finisher medal, Commemorative Bib, 5 fully stocked aid stations, SAG / mechanical support on the ride, CHP escort and safety on Mt Palomar, Finish Line BBQ lunch, Live Band, Ballast Point Beer Garden benefiting Life Sports Foundation! 7:15am-4pm / Ryan Park, Escondido 858-668-1739 / www.girodisandiego.com


Summer Serenade June 10

Join San Diego Children's Discovery Museum for an exciting family jamboree filled with live performances, food trucks, crafts, and beer and wine for adults! 5-7:30pm / 320 North Broadway, Escondido 760-233-7755 / www.sdcdm.org/summerserenade


United States Police & Fire Championships June 10-17

What began in 1967 as the “California Police Olympics” has grown into a nation-wide Olympic-style competition drawing thousands of athletes representing Law Enforcement, Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Customs, and Correctional Officers as well as full time employees (Active or Retired) of an eligible agency or organization in the capacity of 9-1- 1 Dispatcher, Detention-Custodial Officer, Crime Scene Investigators, or Lifeguard, from across the country in more than 40 sports. 858-571-9919 / www.cpaf.org/uspfc


2023 USA Surfing Championships  June 13-17

USA Surfing is the IOC-recognized National Governing Body for the sport of surfing in the USA. Surfing America is responsible for holding the USA Championships each year and for selecting the official USA Surf Team to compete internationally. Competition includes Adaptive, Longboard, SUP and Junior Teams. Oceanside Harbor North Jetty www.usasurfing.org


Annual Switchfoot BRO-AM  June 17

At the Beach Fest, join 17,000+ attendees for a free, all ages, family- friendly community giving movement event to enjoy a whole day of surf contests, live concerts on the beach with Grammy award-winning rock band Switchfoot, special guests, brand activations, vendor booths, green initiatives, and more. 7am-5pm / Moonlight Beach, Encinitas  www.broam.org

Santee Kiwanis Club: Experience the Renaissance June 17 Tournaments, archery, learn a craft or dance, and listed to bardic recital or a battle of the bards. 10am-5pm / 10121 Riverwalk Drive, Santee www.santeekiwanis.org


Lake Poway Family Campout June 17-18

Activities include: guided evening hikes, campfire with s'mores, and Extreme Rahim returns with his family pleasing magic/comedy show. Remember to bring your own camping equipment, dinner supplies to barbeque, and grill/charcoal. 5pm Sat-10am Sun / Lake Poway www.poway.org


Del Mar Village Summer Solstice June 22

The Del Mar Village Association invites you to celebrate the beginning of summer as only Del Mar knows how: with delicious food and drinks, fun music, ocean views, and beachy, good vibes. Net proceeds from the event benefit DMVA so it can continue its mission of supporting Del Mar's beloved small businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and into economic recovery. 21+ event. 5-8pm / Powerhouse Park www.visitdelmarvillage.com/summersolstice


Ocean Beach Street Fair & Chili Cook-Off June 24

Join more than 50,000 visitors for three stages of continuous music, two community mural projects, Artist Alley featuring local artisans and crafters, food and merchandise vendors, a Seaside Family Fun Zone, Chili Cook- Off, and more. 10am-8pm / 4800-5000 Newport Avenue 619-224-4906 / www.oceanbeachsandiego.com


Santee Firefighters Fishing Derby June 24

Derby participants will receive: Free Day Permit, Worms, Raffle Ticket, Hot dog lunch, Free door prizes while they last! Ages 3-17 Only. Children must have supervision. Adults can bait and cast, but not fish. 6-11am / Santee Lakes (Lake 3 & 4) www.SanteeFirefighters.org


Summer Fun on the 101 June 24

Encinitas’ most epic music festival and is free and open to the whole community! There will be a Craft Beer Garden for Attendees 21+. The winning youth band from the Leucadia 101 Mainstreet Battle of the Bands will perform. The money raised by the event will fund college scholarships for two local San Dieguito Academy graduating seniors pursuing musical studies. The line up is lovingly curated by Ruthless Hippies. 11am-7pm / Leucadia Roadside Park 760-436-2320 / www.leucadia101.com


Oceanside Independence Day Parade June 24

Come see floats, bands, walking groups, cool cars and much more. Our theme this year is "Hometown Heroes". 10am-12pm / South Coast Highway www.mainstreetoceanside.com/independence-parade


San Diego Smooth Jazz Festival June 24-25

This two-day event combines the soothing sounds of smooth jazz, a variety of delicious cuisine, and an amazing atmosphere that creates an unparalleled experience. Rady Shell at Jacobs Park https://imaginemor4.wixsite.com/sdsjf


Taste of San Diego - East 2023 June 26

Make plans to join us and “Taste, Savor and Mingle” in one ballroom, with plenty of room to stroll throughout the food and business vendor tables. Enjoy great food samplings, free prizes from business sponsors/vendors, a silent auction and raffles during this fun-filled evening.4:30-8pm / Town and Country San Diego, Mission Valley https://lamesachamber.net/taste/


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