outdoor adventure hunting; Vintage Car Cruise: SoCal Weekend

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch has hosted fun, interesting, and entertaining events throughout Southern California – from the southern tip of San Diego, through Orange and Riverside counties, to the beaches and valleys of Los Angeles.

Some are free. Some have fees.

Whether you opt for an activity near you, a mini day trip or a virtual event, find out what’s planned this weekend from Saturday April 24th to Sunday April 25th.

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Check with event organizers to confirm dates, times, and locations in case activities have been updated since they were posted on Patch. Please consider social distancing guidelines as you do your part to slow the spread of the coronavirus. See the latest CDC guidelines here.

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day: Participating Locations Across California

Race Through America Virtual Race Series: Virtual Via Virtual Race Events


Ronald McDonald House Charities of SoCal Virtual Walk for Kids: Virtual via Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California


Animal Adventure Workshop: Pet-Themed Jewelry: Virtual via Pasadena Humane

Campus Walks Day of Action for Suicide Prevention: Virtual via the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Earth Day Virtual Fundraiser: Virtual via Planet Rehab

Torrance Antique Street Fair: Torrance

Two new personal exhibitions: Thinkspace Projects, Los Angeles

Beneath the Freeways of Los Angeles: Virtual via Echo Theater Company


Community Garage Sale: La Paz and Veterans Way, La Paz and Olympiad, Olympiad and Jeronimo, Jeronimo and Arbolitos, Mission Viejo

Outdoor Adventure Hunt: Virtual via OC Fair

Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet: Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, Costa Mesa

Poppi Seed Market: Mother’s Day Edition: SOCO + The OC Mix, Costa Mesa

#stopasianhate with Toast Kitchen + Bakery: Toast Kitchen + Bakery, Costa Mesa

Art exhibition “Tributes”: Kaleidoscope, Mission Viejo

Vintage Car Cruise: Old Town and Hill, Seal Beach


Live Music: Bad Chemistry: Old Town Blues Club, Temecula

Palm Springs Animal Shelter Film Festival: Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs

Spontaneous Speakers Toastmasters Meeting: Virtual via Spontaneous Toastmasters Speakers

Spring Paint Party: Banning Community Center, Banning

Windows to the Past: An Outdoor Evening at the Museum: Western Science Center, Hemet


Arts and Crafts Fair: Encinitas Historical Society, Encinitas

Clinical Advances in Heart Failure and Arrhythmias: Virtual via Scripps Health

CRC Tea Fundraiser: Hope From Home: Virtual via Community Resource Center

Cleanup from Creek to Bay: Throughout San Diego County

Detective Interactive Mystery Show Dinner: Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego

Earth Day Market: March and Ash, San Diego

Flower Fields: Flower Fields, Carlsbad

Human Library: Virtual via Carlsbad Reads Together

LUNAFEST: Virtual via Soroptimist International Oceanside/Carlsbad

Meet and greet for mobile adoption: Bates Nut Farm, Valley Center

Sharp Conference on Women’s Health: Virtual via Sharp

Sweat Week: Virtual via Padres Pedal the Cause

Tabletop and Tea: Virtual via Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary Poway Unit

The Heartbeat Happening Classic Car Show: Bates Nut Farm, Valley Center

Veterans Village Benefit Day: Nothing Bundt Cakes, Point Loma

Yard Sale: Springvale Street, Poway

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