Frankie and Geena's 1st Annual Taco Bowl 2013 (2/1). Special thanks to Casanova Fish Tacos!
Frankie and Geena celebrate the holiday season at Disneyland and California Adventure!
Steve Goes on a Ghost Adventure in National City.
Reality Changers College Town Festival
The College Town Festival, hosted by Reality Changers, is a family-friendly event about how you can make attending college a reality for your current middle or high school student. There will be alumni and admissions representatives from over 25 universities from across the country. In addition, attendees will enjoy music, food trucks, a climbing wall, games (including a mobile video game truck with a live feed of the Chargers game) and prizes.
Who: Free admission for the entire family
When: Sunday, November 3rd, 10am-2pm
Where: Teralta Park in City Heights (Orange Ave and 40th street)
Why: To increase dialogue about importance of college & promote college going culture
Colleges represented: Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Princeton, Villanova, Arizona State, Rutgers, SDSU, University of San Diego, UCSD, Point Loma Nazarene, UCLA, UC Berkeley, University of Washington, Gonzaga, Notre Dame, St. Mary's College of California, Biola, University of Chicago, Nebraska, San Diego Community College District, National University, United States Universities, UMass Amherst, University of San Francisco, Reed College, Lafayette College and Hunter College.
7700 El Camino Real
Building off the success of the past two San Diego Beer Weeks, the San Diego Brewers Guild is preparing for San Diego Beer Week 2013 (SDBW), November 1-10. San Diego Beer Week is a nine-day celebration inspiring people to drink local, craft beer and promoting San Diego’s thriving brewing culture with multiple events happening across the county.
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The premier Day of the Dead event in
Join us for one of San Diego's most authentic and longest standing Dia de los Muertos Celebration in the heart of Sherman Heights! Come embrace Mexican culture and experience a traditional celebration, honoring our departed loved ones.
This fun-filled day begins with an official blessing of the community altars, followed by live performances, food, shopping, altar tours and Day of the Dead themed workshops!
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Considered the largest single day street faire in the nation, the annual Carlsbad Village Street Faire takes place in May and November each year, attracting more than 100,000 to this seaside city. Over 900 vendors sell everything from clothes, accessories, plants and household products to art, antiques and home decor. An international food court provides dining choices from over 50 vendors and a children's entertainment area includes games, a super slide, a bounce house, a rock climbing wall, face painting and arts and crafts.
The Rotary Club of Carlsbad's beer and wine garden will entertain fairgoers with a large screen TV and live bands. The Kiwanis Club of
Park at the Poinsettia Coaster Station or the northwest corner of Sears at Westfield Plaza Camino Real and complimentary shuttles will run to and from the faire.
Where: NTC At Liberty Station Arts
How: Official Website
Friday Night Liberty celebrate Dia de los Muertos. In partnership with La Onde Arte Latino, see unique alters honoring children, those passed and victims of aids. Hear live music under the stars in Barracks 17 Plaza from 6-8, enjoy face painting and more! Explore the works of artists from Baja and
For families! Expressive Arts hosts Oodles of Doodles,
Out on a date? Stroll the historic Barracks buildings to meet artists, purchase unique works like no others, see Malashock Dance perform live, have dinner at Solare and top the night off with unique fall chocolates at Chi Chocolat.
Friday Night Liberty is a monthly night of open artist studios & galleries, free museum admission and performances. Happening from on November 1 at NTC at
Rescue Mission's 13th Annual Interfaith Candlelight Vigil-
A procession to the vigil will depart from the San Diego Rescue Mission at 3:15 pm and walk approximately a mile stopping for prayers at various churches and ministry sites in the procession to the County Building. Each person in the procession will carry a pair of shoes which represents the 63 homeless individuals who died in the last year. The candlelight vigil program at the County Building begins at 4:00 pm. The interfaith event is designed to create awareness for the 10,000 men, women and children living each day homeless in San Diego that should not have to die on the streets. Founded in 1955, San Diego Rescue Mission is a faith-based organization that offers safe-haven as well as restorative care and rehabilitation services to the homeless, addicted, abused, and poor in our community. San Diego Rescue Mission offers a wide range of onsite programs and services through its Nueva Vida Haven Emergency Shelter, Partners for Hunger Relief, Men’s Center, Women and Children’s Center, Transitional Housing and Recuperative Care Center. San Diego Rescue Mission also owns and operates several thrift stores in the San Diego area. It is the only major homeless shelter in San Diego that does not receive government funding for its programs. The organization exists entirely on donations. For additional information, please visit San Diego Rescue Mission at www.sdrescue.org.