“Our life is March weather, savage and serene in one hour.”― Ralph Waldo Emerson
San Diego is such a beautiful city with so much to see and so much to do!
Each spring, visitors flock to San Diego in March to enjoy the mild temperatures and the change of season. During this month, Southern California’s rain starts to taper off, and then disappear altogether. Most of the tourist spots remain uncrowded if you go early. However, as the month goes on and college breaks let out, both the city and the beaches tend to fill up with visitors. Now that things are starting to open up, we still need to practice social distancing and be safe, but we can finally get out and explore our city more again!
March is the perfect time to visit San Diego, as the typical morning sea fog gives way to a bright and sunny afternoon—like clockwork—almost every day.
Each month I have special fun events I want to show you so that you get the most out of this beautiful city!
The Flower Fields
This annual burst of color, which has become part of the area’s local heritage, is one of nature’s official ways of announcing the arrival of Spring here in Southern CA! www.theflowerfields.com 3/1-5/9 9:00 AM – 6 PM
The Tempest (Part One) Shakespeare Reading
Join the San Diego Shakespeare Society for a fun night of reading The Tempest with Genevieve Foster! You are welcome to watch or participate and read! www.sandiegoshakespearesociety.org/event 3/2 5:00 pm
Creative Youth Studio by The Old Globe
Returning with a new format! Not only will you meet industry professionals, but you’ll meet peers doing work in your community and hear about opportunities for youth from youth. fb.me/e/blvsmcukd 3/3, 3/31 3:30 – 4:30 pm
San Diego Latino Film Festival
A celebration of Latino Cinema, Arts & Culture. The festival will present films from Latin America, the US, and Spain. Audiences will have the opportunity to meet filmmakers and actors from all over the world. www.sdlatinofilm.com 3/11 – 3/21 various times
Day Workshop – Teddy Bear Tote
Upcycle your favorite old tee into a stylish tote for your favorite teddy bear! www.seaportvillage.com/calendar 3/20 10 AM – 12 PM
Daylight Savings “Spring Forward” 3/14
St. Patrick’s Day 3/17
Spreckels Organ Sunday Webcast
Enjoy a new webcast directly from the world’s largest outdoor musical instrument. www.balboaparkconcerts.org SUNDAYS 2-3PM
Lots of vendors to buy from! DJ, food, youth area, bar, and lots of shopping! Come on out! $1 entry for adults! Outdoors! fb.me/e/16wpwggas 3/20 10 AM – 3 PM
17th Annual Daffodil Show
“Daffodil Lovers” come celebrate spring with the Flower of Hope! www.visitjulian.com/event/2021-daffodil-show 3/20 12:00 – 5:00 PM
SAN DIEGO COUNTY MEDIAN HOME PRICES VS. INTEREST RATES – A 10 YEAR HISTORY
As home prices shoot up across the county, wages stagnate, and millions face unemployment, homeowners and buyers alike want to know if the currently on-fire real estate market, nicknamed “boom in the gloom,” is in for a cooldown.
See the table above to see why, despite a chaotic year, experts are still betting on housing.
FARMERS MARKETS SAN DIEGO
Farmer’s Markets are mostly all open! If you are looking to get out and get some fresh air and fresh produce and food, check out one of the many farmer’s markets in San Diego. Most likely the one in your neighborhood is open. Check out a full list here >> https://www.sdfarmbureau.org/farmers-market/
As always, if you or anyone you know needs assistance buying or selling or if you have any real estate questions, please feel free to contact me by phone, text, or email!
So much to do, so much to see!