San Diego Labor Day Roundup

Friday, August 24, 2007, 13:48 —by News Gal
This item was posted in San Diego Entertainment, San Diego Events, San Diego People category and has 4 Comments so far.

I don’t know about my fellow San Diegans, but Labor Day in my world consists of labor-less luxuries and extravagant entertainment. This Labor Day in San Diego I plan to truly live it up. Give me the sunny beaches and clear skies. Pamper me with parties and barbeques. Get out of that house—it’s time to do San Diego Labor Day, 2007 right.


Head out to Mission Bay for the San Diego Labor Day Champagne Brunch Cruise. Horn Blower cruisers are always a blast, but this special Labor Day event is destined to be a hit. More info:


Who says the pure can’t party? White is the new black this Labor Day at Bar West in Pacific Beach. The White Party features performer Jalil and the hottest kids on the coast clad in all-white couture. More info:


Take your chances this Labor Day in San Diego at the Del Mar Racetracks. The races are coming to a close—so make sure you win big. The Family Fun Weekend event also offers fun for kids and free pint sets for Mom and Dad. More info:

Work it Out

So, maybe you think Labor Day demands a work out. Compete against the top swimmers in San Diego at this Labor Day beach event. Head to Oceanside Pier, one of the most famous piers in all of California, and see what you can do. More info:

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4 Responses to “San Diego Labor Day Roundup”

  1. Lotchie said on Friday, August 31, 2007, 9:27

    I’m visiting from Seattle where this weekend has a huge arts celebration called “Bumbershoot” (translation: umbrella). I’d be surprised to see if this area does not support a similar type event. Does anyone know of one? Thanks

  2. Sam said on Wednesday, September 12, 2007, 15:07

    Hey have you all heard about the Action sports world tour coming to san deigo 9/14- 9/16 at the Belmont Park’s Mission Beach. I cant wait to see The Donnas perform.

  3. Cutcha said on Thursday, September 13, 2007, 1:06

    I was day dreaming about labor day in San Diego… did a hornblower cruise once but it was for a company party so I couldn’t have THE MOST fun possible.

  4. Billie Sue Fogle-Strickland said on Friday, September 28, 2007, 12:13

    I have lived directly across the street from OLP for 17 years. I teach high school and thought I had a pretty good idea of what it would be like living across from a high school. So I knew there would be traffic and teen-aged girls doing teenage things, however in the 17 years OLP has added a gym, 110 students, and 15 teachers. This means a lot more traffic and people in my neighborhood and not just during the school day. OLP has something going on often in the evenings and weekends (basketball, volleyball games, weddings, reunions, parents nights, fund raisers, women’s conferences, Spring Musical etc.). The additions have made a very negative impact on the neighborhood.

    I know my neighborhood comes out looking very harsh and uncaring with the decision. We tried to work with OLP, but their arrogance and sense of entitlement forced us to push for the CUP ruling.

    OLP wants to tear down three homes on either side of them and build a 33,000 square foot, two story building and a parking garage. They do not care about the neighborhood or their neighbors. This expansion would damage the integrity of our historic neighborhood.

    We are good neighbors who want to keep OLP in the neighborhood, but we do not want our neighborhood to be taken over by them.

    Sue Fogle-Strickland

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