The holiday season is officially upon us! If you are avoiding the stores (or even better…done with your shopping), get out and enjoy one of these San Diego events and things to do this weekend.
Seagulls sing, are you listening?
On the beach, sand is glistening
A beautiful sight, we’re happy tonight
Walking in Coronado’s winter wonderland!
Charming Coronado, located a bridge away from downtown San Diego, is gearing up for its big island-wide holiday bash, the 37th Annual Coronado Christmas Parade & Open House, on Friday, December 7. The “Crown City” has a stocking full of fun & festive activities that are sure to delight visitors of all ages.
There’s no better way to make some merry this holiday season than to head to San Diego’s East County for the 66th Annual Mother Goose Parade this Sunday, Nov. 18 in El Cajon.
Gather up the family, grab your gift list, Santa hat and mittens and join us on a jolly jaunt to our charming East County communities to discover ‘5 to Try” holiday festivites that are sure to make a visit to San Diego merry, memorable and bright!
What to do in San Diego this weekend!
Find the best events in San Diego the weekend of December 14-18, 2011. From shopping to holiday festivities, visitors can find the best things to do this weekend! Here is your 5 to Try.
San Diego lights up this weekend with exciting holiday festivities through the county. Your 5 to Try awaits after the break.
This upcoming weekend is full of free holiday fun in Balboa Park, La Jolla and Coronado. Click Read More for your 5 to Try in San Diego…
From traditional holiday parades and festivals to the migration of California gray whales along the Pacific coast, a visit to San Diego during the winter offers a wealth of free, fun and festive experiences.
1. San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival: The region’s largest wine and culinary event takes place November 16-20. Held at venues throughout downtown San Diego, the festival includes gourmet food, celebrity chefs, wine tastings, an elegant reserve and new release tasting event and more.