MARCH 11 SAN DIEGO WINE-FAMILY WINEMAKERS: Since its founding in 1991, Family Winemakers of California has presented an Annual Tasting. Originally, the Tasting was developed as an opportunity for member-wineries and California's wine trade to gather together. Del Mar Fairgrounds. Info www.familywinemakers.org MARCH 16 LAKE POWAY TROUT SEASON PROMOTION: Lake Poway will be offering special promotions throughout Trout Season! Don't miss your chance to catch the "Big One" and keep a few extra dollars in your pocket. March 16 - Buy one fishing permit, receive a free permit of equal value for the next day. Info www.poway.org MARCH 16 - 18 HEAD TO TOE WOMEN'S EXPO: Show with products and services appealing to women, such as clothing, jewelry, medical services, books, service organizations, dance, cosmetics and more. Info www.headtotoewomensexpo.com MARCH 16 – APRIL 1 "FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO CONSIDERED SUICIDE WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF": By Ntozake Shange, is a series of 20 poems, collectively called a "choreopoem." Shange's poetry expresses the many struggles and obstacles that AfricanAmerican women face throughout their lives. Info www.cgtsd.org MARCH 17 SHAMROCK: Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the ultimate outdoor party. With over 40,000 square foot Astroturf, they literally turn the streets green! Party includes live Irish rock bands, super fun DJs, special entrance to clubs and bars, and of course, Irish food & green beer! Info (619) 233–5008 or gaslamp.org MARCH 17 - 18 ANNUAL HISTORIC HOME TOUR WEEKEND: Join SOHO on March 17 and 18 for our Annual Historic Home Tour Weekend featuring the early 20th-century homes of Bankers Hill. Info www.sohosandiego.org MARCH 17 – APRIL 8 TORTILLA CURTAIN: This world premiere production is adapted from the modern fiction classic by T.C. Boyle, the writer Newsweek calls "America's most imaginative contemporary novelist." Lyceum Stage. Info www.sdrep.org MARCH 18 LJPC CONCERT SERIES: Let Freedom Ring - Presenting a rousing concert of patriotic songs and marches by a military band to be announced closer to the concert date. 7 pm. 7715 Draper Avenue, La Jolla. Info www.ljpresmusic.com MARCH 20 SECRETS OF THE BEST LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS: Learn the secrets of professional landscape design with local Landscape Designer Connie Beck. She will introduce you to principles you need to know to design beautiful, functional and low water landscapes you will enjoy for years. Connie will share an inspirational visual presentation and help you to avoid pitfalls of owner-designed landscapes. Info www.thegarden.org MARCH 21 - 24 THE SECOND CITY'S LAUGH OUT LOUD TOUR: The Second City's Laugh Out Loud Tour features some of the best sketches, songs, and improvisations from The Second City's 52-year history. Info www.lajollaplayhouse.org MARCH 22 - 25 FRED HALL'S FISHING TACKLE, BOAT & TRAVEL SHOW: Annual expo for boating and fishing enthusiasts, featuring equipment, travel and other information. Del Mar Fairgrounds. Info www.fredhall.com
MARCH 24 - 25 SIXTH ANNUAL BUSKER FESTIVAL: The celebration brings colorful street performers like sword swallowers, jugglers on unicycles, escape artists and comedic stuntmen to the cobblestone streets of downtown's Seaport Village. Info www.seaportvillage.com MARCH 24 CHEF'S FIRE UP THE IRON HORSE: Chefs de Cuisine and The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum are both celebrating over fifty-years of service to their San Diego communities. Info www.sdrm.org MARCH 25 Sing along with the Classics COPLAND'S AMERICA: Philharmonic Orchestra and experience the collaboration of guest dancers and musicians as we celebrate Copland's extraordinary music. Balboa Theatre. Info 619-231-2311 or www.classics4kids.com MARCH 29 BEHIND THE SCENES OF ASIAN COURT: Sonya Quintanilla, Curator of Asian Art, tells all regarding the new Asian Court and reveals surprising details about the special exhibitions Echoes of the Past and Dyeing Elegance. Info www.sdmart.org MARCH 30 - APRIL 1 SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY-FAURE'S REQUIEM: Known as the most mellow and beautiful of all Requiems. Info www.sandiegosymphony.org MARCH 30 - APRIL 1, 2012 GOODGUYS 12TH MEGUIAR'S DEL MAR HOT ROD & Huge indoor and outdoor CUSTOM CAR NATIONALS: happenin' at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, featuring more than 2,000 hot rods, customs, classics, muscle cars and trick trucks through '72. Shop at hundreds of vendor/exhibitor booths or take a trip to the Swap Meet for automotive-related parts and Cars 4 Sale. long! Info www.delmarnats.com MARCH 31 WOMEN IN JAZZ: Six of San Diego's best female jazz artists come together for a special evening celebrating the feminine side of jazz and the work of female composers from around the world. Info 760-438-5996 or www.museumofmakingmusic.org MARCH 31 – APRIL 1 SAN DIEGO CREW CLASSIC ON MISSION BAY: 4,000 athletes from more than 100 universities, clubs and high school programs from across the United States will participate in this premier rowing event in San Diego. Info www.crewclassic.org
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MARCH 2012 *Please call to confirm all times, dates and performances, as they are subject to change without notice. MARCH 1 – MAY 13 FLOWER FIELDS RANUNCULUS TOURS: Every year from early March to early May, The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch blossom into a spectacular sea of brightly colored ranunculus flowers. Visitors can view and tour the fields in Carlsbad. Info 760-431-0352 or www.theflowerfields.com MARCH 1 MERLE HAGGARD: Embraced by country fans and respected of his peers, he has 40 #1 hits and has charted scores of Top Ten songs. He has won just about every music award imaginable, both as a performer and as a songwriter, and in 1994 was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Balboa Theatre-868 Fourth Ave @ E St. Info www.sandiegotheatres.org MARCH 1 SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY: BEETHOVEN'S IMMORTAL Ludwig van Beethoven considered his Seventh BELOVED: Symphony one of his best works. Beethoven completed the Symphony just weeks before writing the famous letters to his “Immortal Beloved” in July 1812. Those letters and, it's now clear, that Symphony, marked the height of a passionately mutual love that had been brewing for years, but ultimately was fated never to be consummated. Copley Symphony Hall. Info 619-235-0804 or www.sandiegosymphony.com MARCH 2 - 4 GEM FAIRE: Gem Faire, established in 1989, has become a world-renowned marketplace for the finest in gemstones, beads, jewelry, minerals, fossils, meteorites, lapidary equipment, metaphysical items and much more at the lowest prices in today's market. Workshops and classes also are offered. Del Mar Fairgrounds. Info 503-252-8300 or www.gemfaire.com MARCH 2 - 4 BRAVO! BALANCHINE: Bravo! Balanchine - March 2 - 4 at Spreckels Theatre. Ballets by the legendary George Balanchine include: Who Cares?, Agon, Donizetti Variations. Info www.cityballet.org MARCH 2 - 4 SPRING HOME/GARDEN SHOW: Hundreds of exhibits of home improvement products and remodeling ideas. Info 858-350-3738 or www.springhomegardenshow.com MARCH 2 - 4 SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY-BEETHOVEN'S SEVENTH: San Diego Symphony's Principal Cello Yao Zhao takes center stage for Camille Saint-Saëns' wide-ranging First Cello Concerto, then Jahja Ling conducts Ludwig van Beethoven's stirring and lively Symphony No. 7. Copley Symphony Hall. Info 619-235-0804 or www.sandiegosymphony.com
MARCH 2 - 18 THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF FLAT STANLEY: Stanley the ultimate exchange student - scours the globe for a solution to his unusual problem. Info www.juniortheatre.com MARCH 2 – APRIL 8 A ROOM WITH A VIEW: From the beloved novel that inspired the Academy Award-winning film comes an enchanting new musical. Comic, romantic, satirical and real, Info www.oldglobe.org MARCH 3 - 4 WORK AT HOME BUSINESS EXPO - WAHB EXPO: This expo will have exhibitors and seminars on working from home. Info 888-955-4287 or www.WaHBExpo.com MARCH 3 64TH ANNUAL OB KITE FESTIVAL & PARADE: A fun day of festivities including a crafts fair, food and entertainment along with kite making, decorating and a flying contest. t 9:00 am. Info 619-226-7800 or http://www.sandiego.gov/park-andrecreation/centers/oceanb.shtml MARCH 4 FREE FAMILY ART DAY – OCEANSIDE MUSEUM OF ART: Bring the whole family to this free fun-filled event. "Create Our Own Boats" is inspired by the works of John Taylor, a Southern California artist, kids will be able to use a variety of materials to create, decorate, name and float their own boats! 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Info (760) 435-3721 or www.mainstreetoceanside.com MARCH 7 AN EVENING WITH WILLIE NELSON & FAMILY: Enjoy a truly memorable evening as you listen to this amazing artist perform in the beautiful historic setting of the Balboa Theatre. Info www.sandiegotheatres.org MARCH 8 – APRIL 22 PARADE: Hauntingly beautiful music permeates the Tony Award-winning score. Info www.cygnettheatre.com MARCH 9 MULTI-CULTURAL CONCERT/PLAY AND TALENT SHOWCASE: San Diego Annual Program to bring Multi-Cultural performances together and showcase the talent of YAMA Students. Info www.mada-choir.org
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Don’t Forget to set your clocks forward 1 hour on March 11th, 2012 MARCH 9 - 18 PICKWICK PLAYERS PRESENTS "BYE BYE BIRDIE": This Classic Rock n' Roll Musical Comedy features memorable songs such as "Kids" and "Put On A Happy Face".Your sure to love this Family Friendly Show that's fun for every age! Directed by Frank Remiatte. Pickwick Players is proud to present Bye Bye Birdie as our season opener. Pickwick Players is an educational theatre utilizing both adults and children with varying degrees of theatre knowledge coming together to perform in a professional setting. Participation in our productions is always free! Info/Tickets: 619448-5673 or pickwickplayers.net MARCH 10 – 11 SAN DIEGO TRAVEL EXPO: Spend your day at the San Diego Travel Expo viewing the hundreds of exhibits of exciting travel and vacation ideas, then enjoy the interesting and evoking seminars about what awaits you down the street or across the world. Convention Center. Info www.sandiegotravelshow.net MARCH 10 DROUGHT-TOLERANT EXOTICS - SEMINAR AND PLANT SALE: Learn how to grow and care for the protea species. Walter Parkola of Blossom Valley Protea will discuss these exotic-looking plants, including the stunning pincushion and a favorite of hummingbirds, the unusual grevillea. Info 619-660-0614 ext. 10 or http://thegarden.org MARCH 10 MISSOULA CHILDREN'S THEATRE PRESENTS THE More than 60 local TORTOISE VERSUS THE HARE: youngsters, from kindergarten through 12th grade, will be cast in this retelling of the insightful fable. Info www.powayarts.org MARCH 10 – 11 CROSSROADS OF THE WEST GUN SHOW: Crossroads of the West Gun Shows are America's Best Gun Shows. Del Mar Fairgrounds. Info www.crossroadsgunshows.com
MARCH 10 SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY: SILENT FILM NIGHT: The Mark of Zorro (1920): Starring Douglas Fairbanks and Noah Beery, The Mark of Zorro is a swashbuckling adventure from 1920. Copley Symphony Hall. Info www.sandiegosymphony.com MARCH 10 THE ROOTS OF REEDS FROM EAST TO WEST: The Museum of Making Music welcomes renowned ethnomusicologist Dr. Robert Garfias as he leads this discussion and exploration of, The Roots and Diffusion of Reed Instruments from East to West. Info 760-438-5996 or www.museumofmakingmusic.org MARCH 11 DEL MAR KIWANIS UGLY DOG CONTEST: OK, OK, so you don't have an ugly dog…pick any from 10 categories: Ugliest Dog, Best St. Patty's Day Costume, and more. Del Mar Fairgrounds. Info 858-755-5913 or www.uglydogcontest.com
Published on Feb 22, 2012