Welcome to our weekly guide of what's happening in the City of Vista this summer. There's plenty to do all summer long so make it a #vistasummer!
What's hot for week of June 17:
The Moonlight continues its critically acclaimed hit The Producers starting June 19. Make this outing one for the adults, it is recommended for mature audiences only.
- Seniors, do you have a love of classical music? The Gloria McClellan Center offers a Music Appreciation Class on June 19. The class is free. That should be music to your ears!
Bites and beverages from Vista's restaurants and breweries are on the menu at the Taste of Vista on June 19.
June 21 marks the official start of summer. Head to the Gloria McClellan Center at 11 a.m. for their First Day of Summer BBQ.
Dive into the weekend at the Wave Waterpark's Friday Night Splash on June 21. Admission is just $9.95 from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Speaking of The Wave, did you know they have mermaid classes? Check them out.
Head to Scotland in care of the Scottish Highland Games returning to Brengle Terrace Park on June 22.
Get your art on by visiting the Civic Gallery at the Civic Center for Steeped in History: A Vista Fire Service exhibition. Check-out some historical photographs of the Vista Fire department, and view new ones made by photography students from Rancho Buena Vista High School.
- Have you ever wanted to learn Hula dancing? What a perfect dance for summer. Check out Hula classes going on now at Jim Porter Recreation Center.
Check out everything going on for #vistasummer:
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Vista, CA 92084
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