Build with LEGO® bricks as you learn about the world! Topics and subjects change with each class and may include science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM), as well as robotics and animation!
Please register for this event here!
The San Diego Natural History Museum (theNAT) is pleased to offer a program for the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) community: a once-a-month ASD Morning in which the Museum opens early for adults and children on the autism spectrum and their families, friends, and caregivers. This innovative program encourages individuals to explore, play, and discover the treasures theNAT has to offer in an environment that is comfortable for them.
ASD Mornings take place the second Sunday of every month. The Museum will open at 9 a.m.*, one hour earlier than its standard 10 a.m. opening time, providing a quiet and less-crowded environment. Visitors may explore the Museum’s galleries at their own pace and watch a private showing of Ocean Oasis in the giant screen theater, with a lower volume and higher light levels. In addition, on ASD Mornings the Museum will offer a “quiet room” from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. if visitors need a quiet space to decompress or desensitize.
Starts at 9:00 am!
Free – $19
The San Salvador is a replica of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo’s ship that arrived at the port we now call San Diego on Sept. 28, 1542.
These 4-hour Sailing Adventures are for people who love history, and sailing. Very few people have sailed aboard Galleons of the sixteenth century and these day sails will offer the public a chance to be aboard the magnificent galleon, San Salvador.
No sailing experience required.
San Salvador has sailed to Oxnard, Monterey, Morro Bay, Channel Islands, Santa Barbara, and San Pedro as part of her multi-year Pacific Heritage Tour.
This holiday season, treat your family to this once in a lifetime experience. New dates have just been added starting in November through next Spring.
$49 for Children
$99 for Adults
Tickets can be purchased in advance online at SDMaritime.org or by calling 619-234-9153 ext. 111.
Join the San Diego River Park Foundation for two days of fun and free activities along our San Diego River!
River Kids Discovery Days is an annual event that takes place all along the river, from Julian to Ocean Beach.
Kids, classes, groups and families are invited to take part in community and nature education opportunities such as: painting signs, meeting animals, planting trees, exploring a nature preserve, conducing citizen science and much more! This is a chance for youth to take a leading role in protecting our natural resources and creating green spaces for the community.
If you are looking to get outside and give back, please join us. Click HERE to register and learn more.
Friday, March 9, 2018 at 9 a.m.
Fun crafts for children of all ages at Rancho Bernardo Library!
Our library does much more than simply lend books. It sponsors programs for children and seniors, holds concerts, conducts art exhibits and film showings, sponsors clubs in local schools, conducts book readings and hosts authors and a lot more.
The Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library is a nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicated to supporting these programs and activities at the Rancho Bernardo Branch of the San Diego Public Library.