Jurassic Quest; Anniversary of the Irvine Park Railroad: SoCal Weekend

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch brings together fun, engaging, and entertaining events across Southern California – from the southernmost tip of San Diego to Counties Orange and Riverside to the beaches and valleys of Los Angeles.

Some are free. Some have a fee.

Whether you opt for an activity near you, a small day trip, or a virtual event, see what’s planned for this weekend from Saturday February 27th through Sunday February 28th.

Contact the organizers to confirm the date, time, and location in case activities have been updated since the patch was released. Please adhere to social distancing guidelines as you do your part to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The latest instructions from the CDC can be found here.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY:

“Coming to America” ​​at the SFC Drive-In: Santa Monica Airport, Santa Monica

Finding Nemo at SFC Drive In: Santa Monica Airport, Santa Monica

Free online college admissions and financial support workshop: Virtual

Gallery exhibition on climate change: Virtual

Guardians of the Galaxy at the SFC Drive-In: King Gillette Ranch, Calabasas

Historic Belmar Park Virtual Grand Opening Celebration and Site Dedication: Virtual

JCS Theater Company presents “Adjust the Procedure”: Virtual

Jurassic Quest Dinosaur Drive-Thru 2021: Fairplex, Pomona

Meet the 2020 Rolling Robots Graduates: Virtual

Mindful speed reading for students: virtual

Outdoor Rumble-Inspired Rooftop Fitness Classes: Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica

Santa Monica Place commemorates the Year of the Ox: Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica

“Sister Act 2: Back in the habit” at the Drive-In: Cinespia at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles

Torrance Antique Street Brand: Torrance

Towne Street Theater presents “In Response: Surviving 2020”: Virtual

ORANGE COUNTY:

Beach cleaning: Ocean Institute, Dana Point

Bluegrass-Ish Brunch: Hangar 24 Orange County, Irvine

Property sales: San Juan Capistrano

Irvine Park Railroad 25th Anniversary: ​​Irvine Park Railroad, Orange

Tidal Pool Hike: Ocean Institute, Dana Point

Tomatomania: “What ?! Dwarf tomatoes? With Scott Daigre: Virtual

Virtual exhibition: Christine Nguyen, installation artist: Virtual

RIVERSIDE COUNTY:

Brown Skin Girl Sip and color: Phearless Art Studio, Moreno Valley or Virtual

Full moon hike: La Quinta Trails parking lot, La Quinta

Very popular sip and color: Phearless Art Studio, Moreno Valley or Virtual

St. Patrick’s Day Giveaway: Virtual

SAN DIEGO COUNTY:

Birch aquarium reopened to the public: Birch aquarium, La Jolla

Online roasting of “Labyrinth”: Virtual

Scripps 2021 CME Conference on Pulmonary Hypertension: Virtual

Heading to Northern California? Then see:

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