North County Water & Sports Therapy Center May 2018


Monday—Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (858) 675-1133

15373 Innovation Dr. #175 San Diego, CA 92128



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Local Events Calendar

AWESOME SAN DIEGO EVENTS To Kick Off Summer in Style

San Diego may not get frigid, but the city still celebrates the start of summer with a packed calendar of events and activities. Here are a few of the upcoming highlights on our calendar.

the $35 price of admission doesn’t include tacos, you will get access to Lucha Libre wrestling, a Chihuahua beauty pageant, and live performances all day long. If you like your tacos with a little extra seasoning,

22ND ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS IN NORTH PARK When: Saturday, May 12, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Where: 30th Street and University Avenue

you’ll be happy to know that Salt- N-Pepa is headlining this year. This event is 21-plus, and tickets can be purchased at

North Park is one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods, and the Festival of Arts in North Park is when local artists, musicians, chefs, and more come out to show their stuff. Featuring dozens of local bands, live art performed on-site, and an area specifically devoted to kids, there’s something for everybody at this festival. Admission to the festival is free, but for $35 you can visit the craft beer tent to enjoy local brews and craft cocktails paired with dishes from neighborhood chefs.

MARINE CORPS MUD RUN When: June 9–10 Where: Camp Pendleton

Want to have fun, work out, and support our Marines all at the same

SAN DIEGO TACO FEST When: Saturday, May 19, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Where: Waterfront Park

time? Check out the Marine Corps Mud Run. There are events of varying distances to accommodate folks of all fitness levels, including a 2K for kids. With races across both days, you can pick the time that works best for your schedule. Go to to find out more.

We don’t have to tell you that San Diego is a paradise for taco lovers. It would take months, if not years, to try tacos from all of the city’s best purveyors. Unless, of course, you attend the San Diego Taco Fest. With more than 30 vendors topping tortillas with any number of delicious ingredients, you’ll certainly leave full. While 4

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