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What’s Up Downtown Oceanside?

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20th Annual Filipino Cultural Fiesta Oct. 9, Civic Center Plaza SATURDAY! From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., this beloved community event returns with a day full of Philippine folk dancing and music, colorful costumes, special performances from local Filipino-American talents, and delicious Filipino cuisine. Event admission is free and open to the public. Photo by Steve MarcotteOsideNews.com FIND OUT MORE

The Active Lifestyle Expo Oct. 14, Civic Center Plaza This popular event returns next Thursday and will feature health-related businesses, non-profits and senior organizations. In addition, attendees have an opportunity for free health-related screenings and demonstrations. The event is free to the public and runs concurrently with the Oceanside Morning Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. FIND OUT MORE

“Anything Goes” Oct. 15-17, The Star Theatre This classic Broadway musical premieres next Friday at 7:30 p.m. with a comically colorful assemblage of passengers. Sailing between New York and England, song, dance, and farcical antics ensue as characters Reno and Moonface try to help Billy win the love of his life. Additional showtimes are next Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and next Sunday at 2 p.m. BUY TICKETS

O’side Turkey Trot Registration Now through Nov. 25, Online Registration is OPEN NOW for the 16th Annual O’side Turkey Trot. Once again live in Downtown Oceanside, the Trot benefits over 60 local non-profits serving Oceanside residents including the Move Your Feet Before You Eat Foundation. Register yourself or your team early for this Thanksgiving Day tradition suitable for all ages and activity levels! FIND OUT MORE


35th Annual Bowl for the Blind Oct. 16, Surf Bowl The Oceanside Sea Lions Club asks for your help in providing eyeglasses for needy students in our community. Next Saturday from 1-4 p.m. participants can bowl for $30 or pre-pay for $25 (includes shoes). There will be trophies, a raffle and an opportunity to meet the reigning Miss Oceanside queens and princesses. If you are not able to bowl, donations are greatly appreciated. FIND OUT MORE


Dia de los Muertos Oct. 24, Pier View Way and Coast Highway This free family event celebrating the traditional Day of the Dead returns to its roots in Downtown Oceanside! On Sunday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the 20th annual festival will feature live entertainment, community and family memorial altars, a classic car show with trunk altars, marigolds from Mellano Flowers, Day of the Dead bread, chalk cemetery and children’s activities. FIND OUT MORE

Haunted Market Oct. 28, Tremont Street and Pier View Way Join us for a BOO-tiful night on the Thursday before Halloween as the Oceanside Sunset Market transforms into the Haunted Market! From 5-9 p.m., this free event will have trick-or-treating for kids 12 and under, plus special scary entertainment and contests at the main stage. Trick-or-treating goes until the treats are gone, so bring your trick-or-treaters early! FIND OUT MORE


Fine An art, culture and lifestyle store specializing in small-batch, modern, one-of-a-kind items from independent artists, designers and creators, Fine is now open at 214 N. Coast Highway. The shop carries original art and handmade items like ceramics, candles, home decor, apparel, apothecary, and cards, all by individual makers, from Oceanside and around the globe. FIND OUT MORE

Photo by City of Oceanside Economic Development


Disasters don’t plan ahead but you can An estimated 25% of businesses don’t open again after a major disaster, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety. Protect your business by identifying the risks relevant to your location, both natural and man-made. Then, keep your plan of action updated.



Rodney Kawano Farms Growing good food so the community can eat healthily is the mission of Rodney Kawano Farms. Be sure to stop by the Oceanside Morning Farmers Market every Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for fresh picked, seasonal and quality produce from local, family owned and operated, Rodney Kawano Farms.



Ed’s Filipino Cuisine Help us celebrate this longtime market vendor! Ed Resurreccion has been bringing his mother’s cooking, which he learned in his native Philippines, to the Thursday markets for more than 14 years. Don’t miss your final chance this Thursday to savor pancit, lumpia, chicken curry, and eggplant omelettes before he retires. Photo by the Patch


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