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San Diego County Fair May 31-July 4
Skip down the yellow brick road and enter into an “Oz-some” world inspired by L. Frank Baum’s classic tale, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.” World-class exhibits in ne art, photography, woodworking, jewelry/gems & minerals, and home & hobby, and the Paul Ecke Jr. Flower & Garden Show. The Toyota Summer Concert Series features nationally recognized entertainment.
See website for schedule. Del Mar Fairgrounds www.sdfair.com

Art Around Adams June 1
Experience exhibits and performances that will dazzle the eye and stir the senses. Each year we strive to infuse new and exciting artists and talents that re ect this year’s local trends in art and business.
12-8pm / Kensington www.artaroundadams.org

San Diego Bay Festival June 1
Delicious specialty foods, craft beers, craft cocktails, and ne wines will all presented by local restaurants, bars, and nightclub staff. Local arts and crafts, as well as booths, will be on sale throughout the festival.
12-10pm / Embarcadero Marina Park North www.sandiegobayfest.com

Read more: June Calendar Of Events - Central San Diego

white couch sofa colorful pillowsWhen it comes to home staging, there are typically two buyer camps: The first thinks it’s a waste of money and doesn’t want to pay more to potentially make their home more attractive to buyers—even if their real estate agent says they’ll make it up (and then some); The second realizes the value and is willing to make that smart investment.

But just how do those two contingents break down? The National Association of Realtors (NAR) 2019 Profile of Home Stagingprovides some insight. The study separated the study into three categories: Buyers’ Agent Perspective, Sellers’ Agent Perspective, and Buyer Expectations. We’re taking a closer look at the key points.

Read more: An Insider’s Look at the Reality of Home Staging

Eat Drink Read May 2
Experience imaginative dishes created by the most popular chefs from every corner of San Diego County, with each bite inspired by the chefs’ favorite books. Eat. Drink. Read. is the San Diego Council on Literacy’s annual culinary event that brings together friends of food and literacy every spring to raise literacy awareness and generate funding for the SDCOL’s ongoing efforts.
6-8:30pm / San Diego Air and Space Museum 619-574-1641 / www.eatdrinkread.com

West Coast Weekender May 2-6
With a strong focus on local art and industry, West Coast Weekender pays homage to the American westside’s rich underground music culture. World class talent will participate in daytime panel discussions, and play parties that will run from afternoon to early morning.
Viejas Casino & Resort, Alpine www.westcoastweekender.net

Old Town Fiesta Cinco de Mayo May 3-5
Bustling mercado, non-stop music and live entertainment, lucha libre wrestling, and a huge display of lowriders and other incredible autos!
Old Town San Diego State Historic Park 619-291-4903 / www.cincodemayooldtown.com

Read more: May Calendar Of Events

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