Father’s Day, Graduations and Summer Fun at Liberty Station

| June 5, 2021 | 0 Comments

Businesses at Arts District Liberty Station are ready to help you celebrate every occasion. As COVID-19 restrictions open up and your social calendar begins to fill up, enjoy some of the best arts and culture attractions in San Diego.

Summer Camp Style

Get crafty with a new Craft Camp every week at San Diego Craft Collective from June 21 through the end of summer. Give your toddler the gift of music with one of the Songbirds Music summer sessions, featuring three to seven week and outdoor or online options. Help your little ones connect with their inner artist and choose between 10 weeks, each with a different theme, of art camps at Monart School of Art. Encourage your kids to channel their “prana,” or energy, into something intentional and participate in a yoga summer camp with If I Was A Bird yoga studio. Your little ones will engage all their senses at Kid Ventures Preschool Academy with opportunities to develop socially, emotionally and academically through exploration and creative play during their Summer Care Program running Tuesday, June 1 through Friday, August 27.

Dance is in the Air

After months of pivoting programs to film and online formats, dance companies of the Dorothea Laub Dance Place are ready to perform for live audiences safely outdoors. Over four weeks, San Diego Ballet and the San Diego Dance Theater present outdoor performances on the South Promenade in Liberty Station. Tickets must be purchased ahead of time directly through each company’s website. Details of this month’s performances include:

?       San Diego Ballet presents Debussy Dances: Preludes and Arabesques, Saturday and Sunday, June 5 and 6

?       San Diego Dance Theater presents Young Choreographers + Invited Guests, Friday, June 11 through Sunday, June 13 

Dinner and Show

The LOT is back and just in time for the premiere of some of this summer’s most anticipated films including “Cruella” and “The Conjuring 3.” Swap your extra serving of popcorn for some signature cocktails, flatbreads and more at their restaurant overlooking the fountains of Luce Court or cuddle up along one of the fire pits under the stars

San Diego Watercolor Society’s June Exhibit

One of the longest running galleries, San Diego Watercolor Society, celebrated its reopening last month with a brand-new exhibit titled Shape Zone, available exclusively for their members, through June 27.

San Diego Dance Theater presents Young Choreographers + Invited Guests during June.

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