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Your weekly guide in San Diego for October 4-9!

Here are five cool things to do in San Diego in the incoming days!

A new week is starting again once again, and it's time to refresh your calendar. 

Here are five cool things to do in San Diego in the incoming days! 

1. Art & Beer Night Market SD!

Sat, October 8, 2022, 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM PDT at AleSmith Brewing Company

It's starting to look like a weekend filled with beer, starting with this weekend's Art & Beer Night Market in Miramar. There will be craft beer, three foot vendor trucks, and not to mention that it is dog-friendly to set a family-friendly environment/ 

2. Lane Field Park Market & Live Music

Saturday & Sunday - 10 a.m. through to 4 p.m. at Lane Field Park

This is the perfect family-oriented setting for you and your loved ones to enjoy this weekend at Lane Field Park. Come enjoy some delicious street meals with over 30 local food vendors and other craft shops, such as Coffee, Drinks, Desserts, and more. Live music and lawn games will be active on site. 

3. OB Oktoberfest

OB Pier Parking Lot - Fri, Oct 7th & Sat, Oct 8th, 2022

Get a little taste of Munich in this fun event happening in Ocean Beach! As everyone knows, Oktoberfest is one of the most popular international phenomenons that takes places every year in Europe, with over 6 million people from around the world that attend annually. Tickets range from $40 – $49.

At OB this weekend, you can get a peak of what it's like to celebrate this popular tradition with numerous amount of breweries for you and your loves ones to try. There will be pretzels, sausages, and of course, beers beers and beers. 

Swing by for a good ol' German time. 

4. Ruocco Park Promenade Market  

Ruocco Park - Saturday from 10am until 5pm with live music from 2:30pm to 4:30pm.

Make a stop at Ruocoo Park tomorrow anytime between 10 a.m. to late evening for local craft products, such as delicious coffee, food vendors, crafty jewelery and clothing. Ruocoo Park is located near the Seaport Village area, just before arriving to the U.S.S. Midway Museum. Bring your friends and family!

5. The Frankenstein Project 

Oct. 5-8 p.m. at Southwestern College Performing Arts Center 

Stop by at Southwestern College - Chula Vista campus for this spooky play that involves the feminist deconstruction of Mary Shelley's widely popular novel, Frankenstein. Tickets are going for $15 and you must reserve your spot online.