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Oceanside Beachfront Resort Public Meeting
Jan. 10, Oceanside Public Library
Jan. 15, SpringHill Suites Marriott
Join us at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Civic Center Library Community Rooms or 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the SpringHill Suites Marriott Tressels Conference Room for a one-hour meeting on the Oceanside Beachfront Resort led by DPR Construction.
Banana Dang Fourth Anniversary Celebration
Jan. 11, Banana Dang
Banana Dang is celebrating four years in Downtown Oceanside on Friday. From noon to 2 p.m., enjoy free vegan birthday cake and free bananas, plus you could win a $25 gift certificate, T-shirt and coffee by attending this free event.
Orfila Vineyard & Winery Oceanside Grand Opening
Jan. 12-13, Orfila Vineyard & Winery Oceanside
Come celebrate the opening of Orfila Vineyard & Winery at 221 N. Cleveland St. in the Pierside North Building. From noon-9 p.m. on Saturday and noon-8 p.m. on Sunday, enjoy live music, wine tastings, small bites, a book signing.and more.
Artist Alley Interactive
Jan. 12 and every Saturday, Artist Alley
Come experience Artist Alley shops and destinations at this weekly event with virtual reality, escape room puzzles, art and pop-up artists. Happening Saturdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., the free and family-friendly Artist Alley Interactive is hosted by Gypsy Soul Dreaming, The School of Hard Locks Escape Room and The Grid.
Dream Catcher Workshop
Jan. 12, Gypsy Soul Dreaming
Learn how to make a boho dream catcher. From 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Gypsy Soul Dreaming will teach you how to wrap and weave, and supply you with all the materials you’ll need. The minimum age is 10 years old. Hot glue guns, scissors and pliers will be used. Tickets are $50 and will increase to $55 the day of the event.
Family Yoga at the Library
Jan. 15, Oceanside Public Library
Participate in a one-hour yoga class for the whole family at the Civic Center Library. On Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., families will be led through activities that promote five elements of yoga and mindfulness: connection, breath, movement, focus and relaxation. Free and for ages 2-12 and their caregivers.
Community Downtown Parking Discussion
Jan. 16, MainStreet Oceanside
You are invited to the next Community Downtown Parking Discussion, the third of four planned. Note the date change to next Wednesday. We will review parking survey results, take an in-depth look at downtown parking statistics and provide your feedback about downtown parking. Take the City of Oceanside Parking Survey .
Authors Night
Jan. 17, Sunset Market
Come meet your local authors at Authors Night at the Sunset Market! From 5-8 p.m. next Thursday, writers representing a variety of literary genres will be at this free special market to chat and sell their work. Authors Night is the perfect venue to meet and greet authors from our area while savoring all San Diego County’s top weekly food and music street fair has to offer.
Jan. 19, Bagby Beer Co.
Bagbyfest is back next Saturday from 5-9 p.m., celebrating an evening of incredible beer, wine, spirits, cocktails and food. Tickets are $70 and include entry into the event area, a branded BagbyFest 3 glass, a branded beanie or scarf to keep warm, a custom event badge to track your tastes, food and beverage pairings from all the offerings on hand, and tastes from the beer festival.
Six String Society Back to Paris
Jan. 19, The Brooks Theater
The Six String Society mixes top-notch musicians with theater and multimedia effects. In the first Oceanside Theatre Company Music Series concert of 2019, an all-star cast, including Gregory Page, Julia Othmer, Mimi Zulu, Jimmy & Enrique Platas and Reiko Obata, will join forces in Page’s Mid-century Parisian Living Room at 7 p.m. Tickets are $28, or $38 for VIP.
Cuisine for Kids Call for Restaurants
March 7, Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside (BGCO) is seeking local restaurant partners for its fourth annual Cuisine for Kids fundraising celebration on March 7. BGCO invites you to serve food samples, beer or wine at this kickoff event for its Annual Giving Campaign, which averages 250 attendees.
Otterlei Coastal
Looking for beach decor to capture the island spirit in your home? Otterlei Coastal offers coastal home decor with a touch of Hawaii. Previously located in South Oceanside, Otterlei Coastal can now be found in the Pierside North Building at 250 Mission Ave.
The health benefits of plant-based diets
As plant-based diets become more popular there is growing interest in vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian lifestyles. What’s the difference?
Sunset Market Vendor Spotlight
GOGI BLVD was founded by David Kim in 2015 with the goal of serving the most authentic Korean barbecue in San Diego. “Gogi” means “meat” in Korean, and you’ll find no shortage of it in their dishes, which often come topped with egg.

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