Here’s wishing you a happy summer that’s filled with lots of sun and fun all around. Read on for everything you could do this month and discover lifestyle tips curated just for you.
Real Estate in the News
Buyers Expect the House Hunt to Get Easier
Thirty-three percent of prospective buyers recently surveyed are hopeful that it will be easier to find a home over the coming months—an improvement from 25% who said so a year ago, according to the latest Housing Trends Report, produced by the National Association of Home Builders. Still, the majority (61%) of buyers expect home searches to become more difficult or stay the same in the future.
Home Grown Fun, presented by the SD county fair, will offer a taste of your fair favorites–including shopping, food concessionaires, a Ferris wheel and carousel, agricultural-themed exhibits, and much more! Admission tickets and parking passes are limited and must be purchased in advance here.
Nighttime Zoo at the San Diego Zoo
Begins June 11th (All Summer)
Stay after dark and celebrate summer during Nighttime Zoo. Come “rock and roar” every day this summer with live music and other amazing entertainment experiences. There’s so much to do, see and hear at Nighttime Zoo – it’s a good thing summer hours are longer! To purchase tickets, click here.
2021 U.S. Open Championship
June 14th – June 20th
Don’t miss out on one of the best events in San Diego this summer! Grab a few friends and watch the best of the best compete at the beautiful Torrey Pines Golf Course. The last time this event was played here on the South Course was back in 2008. Move fast, as tickets are limited. More details here.
Del Mar Racing Season
July 16th – September 6th
San Diego horse racing takes place where the “turf meets the surf” at the Del Mar Racetrack. Fans flock to the track each summer to wager on their favorite horses during the popular, annual Del Mar Racetrack racing season. For detailed schedule information on tickets, click here.
Lifestyle Tips & Tricks
Gardening for a Great Cause
Many people are facing food insecurity due to the economic impacts of the global pandemic. Did you know that many local food banks will take fresh produce donations? If you’re a gardener, consider growing a few extra plants and donating the surplus food – small, pandemic victory gardens can help fight a big problem.
Use the hashtags #CreateFoodSecurity, #TheFoodSecurityProject as you share your growing gardens on social media! If you don’t have a green thumb, support The Food Security Project started by Compass Boulder Agents, Catherine & Andy Burgess.
30 Outdoor Bars That Will Tempt You to Sit and Sip
From pergola-covered and perched on a hill to open-air and oceanside, these outdoor bars are the ultimate destinations for at-home relaxation.
50 Unique Father’s Day Gifts for Every Type of Dad
Although your dad may say he doesn’t want anything for Father’s Day this year, you know that showing up without a present isn’t really a possibility. After all, he’s the guy you looked up to (quite literally) all these years, and it’s only fitting to get him a Father’s Day gift that shows just how much you appreciate him and all that he does for your whole family. Courtesy of Good House Keeping
11 Rewarding Plants to Grow in June for a Colorful Summer Garden
Summer is just around the corner, which means things are heating up and your garden will need a little extra care. Oftentimes, gardeners think that Memorial Day weekend is their last to relish in planting for quite some time, but if you’re willing to put in the work, there are plenty of heat-loving, drought-tolerant plants out there to start growing in June for a vibrant summer garden Courtesy of Veranda
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