Downtown San Diego November 2013 Events

November 7th, 2013

San Diego Brewers Guild Festival Nov. 1-2
The San Diego Brewers Guild Festival is the OFFICIAL kickoff event for San Diego Beer Week (Nov. 1-10)! Come out to the beautiful Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier in downtown San Diego to enjoy samples from 50+ craft breweries from around the county!http://www.sdbw.org

 

 

Bike the Coast/Taste the Coast Nov. 1-2
Five incredible coastal bike ride routes await you with a start & finish right at the Oceanside Pier! With 25, 50 or 100 mile ride options. And family & friends can also opt for 7 or 15 miles along the San Luis bike trail. (760) 687-9848 / http://bikethecoast.eventmediainc.com/

 

 

Awesome 80’s Run Nov. 2
A time when Regan was President, the Berlin Wall came down, and credit cards encouraged spending. Participants for this 5K & 10K event are encouraged to dress in 80’s style attire for a costume contest. 7:30-10am. East Mission Bay. (619) 800-4376 / www.superheroevents.com

 

Old Town San Diego Dia de los Muertos Procession Nov. 2
It’s a special Hispanic celebration when the spirits of loved ones return to earth to celebrate with friends and family. An evening candelight procession of people and musicians will travel from the State Park to the Campo Santo Cemetery. 7-9pm. (619) 297-9327 / www.sddayofthedead.org

 

Escondido Renaissance Faire Nov. 2-3
The Escondido Renaissance Faire welcomes royalty, jesters and pirates. To add to the faire experience, visitors are encouraged to come in an Elizabethan period costume. 10am-6pm. Felicita County Park: 742 Clarence Lane. 805-496-6036 / www.goldcoastfestivals.com

 

Carlsbad Village Faire Nov. 3
More than 100,000 people will take in the beauty of our seaside city while browsing through unique booths, indulging in delectable eats and enjoying family entertainment when the largest one-day street faire in the nation returns next month. 8am-4pm. 760-945-9288 / www.carlsbad.org

 

Komen San Diego Race for the Cure Nov. 3
As a participant at this 5K run/walk the proceeds provide breast cancer education, research, screenings, and treatment. Come and join breast cancer survivors and others at this event. It is accompanied by an expo. 5am-12pm. (760) 692-2900 / www.komensandiego.org

 

Shelter Island 5K Run/Walk Nov. 3
Participants can join a 5K run/walk on a scenic flat course that travels from downtown to Shelter Island. The finish is at Humphry’s Half Moon Inn for post-event festivities. Proceeds provide housing for injured military personnel. 7:30-10:30am. (619) 298-7400 / www.kathyloperevents.com

 

Fall Back Festival Nov. 3Put on a cowboy hat and experience the 1800’s. Enjoy a wild west shootout, puppet shows, pony rides, a petting zoo, picnic games, and a whole heap more. 11am-4pm. Gaslamp Quarter. (619) 233-5008 / www.mcfarlanepromotions.com

 

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Light The Night Walk Nov. 8
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has organized a walk to support persons battling blood cancers. There is also a Remembrance Ceremony for families & friends to honor their loved ones. 6-8:30pm. Park Blvd. (858) 427-6670 / www.lightthenight.org

 

Mary Star of the Sea Fall Festival Nov. 9
Welcome to the Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church (Kline St.) for a family day of wholesome fun and entertainment. There are food & bake sale items, resale shopping, inflatable jumpers, and musical entertainment. Take part in hot dog & pie eating contests. 10am-5pm. (858) 414-8281 /

 

Bates Nut Farm Car Show & Toy Drive Nov. 9
Help support Home Front San Diego for the holidays. Presented by East County Cruisers. Bates Nut Farm: 15954 Woods Valley Rd, Valley Center. / www.eastcountycruisers.com

 

San Diego Veg Festival Nov. 9
The Veg Festival is all about a healthy vegetarian lifestyle and exercise. A vegetarian lifestyle saves the lives of animals and promotes the growth of eatable plantlife. 10am-5pm. Herman Street (between University Ave. & North Park Way) (619) 519-0945 / www.sandiegovegfestival.com

 

Olivenhain Arts & Craft Fair Nov. 9
All items offered for sale must be made and sold by the exhibitor. Hand made, baked, grown or embellished. Nothing for “resale” allowed. 9am-3pm. Old Meeting Hall on Rancho Santa Fe and 7th St. (760) 436-2128 / www.olivenhain.org

 

Veterans Day Parade Nov. 11
Come to this parade with hand over heart in honor and recognition to United States Veterans of past wars and to all current military personnel from all branches. A 40-year anniversary salute goes to those who fought in Vietnam. 11am-1pm. Harbor Dr. (619) 804-3200 / www.sdvetparade.org

 

Carnival at Montgomery Waller Park Nov. 14-17
You can’t say you don’t have anything to do when there’s a carnival going on. Come to the Montgomery Waller Park and enjoy the thrill of spinning carnival rides and entertaining carnival games. 5-11pm. (951) 316-1382 /

 

Egyptian Quarter Movie Night & Sidewalk Sale Nov. 14
Sidewalk sale in Hillcrest where area businesses set up booths in front of their shops. It’s accompanied by musical entertainment and performing art. Numbers Nightclub is presenting a classic movie in their parking lot. 7-10pm. Park Blvd. (619) 299-3330 / www.fabuloushillcrest.com

 

Susan G. Komen San Diego Nov. 15-17
Thousands are taking the challenge to walk 60-miles in three days. Today, the walk begins at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and proceeds through Torrey Pines, La Jolla, and Pacific Beach to a camp at Crown Point Shores in Mission Bay. 6am-6:30pm. (503) 493-4210 / www.the3day.org

 

Surfing Madonna “Save the Ocean” Beach Run/Walk Nov. 16
Put on by the Surfing Madonna Oceans Project non profit, this 5K/10K will be held on beautiful Moonlight Beach in Encinitas and is sure to become a classic annual event. 12:30pm. /www.surfingmadonnarun.org

 

San Elijo Holiday Boutique Nov. 16
The City of San Marcos and the San Elijo Hills Women’s Club present the San Elijo Holiday Boutique. Arts & crafts vendors, entertainment, food and much more. Sorry, all jewelry vendor spaces have been filled. 10am-4pm. San Elijo Rec Center: 1105 Elfin Forest Rd. /

 

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival Nov. 18-24
The magnitude of culinary talent in San Diego combined with an international showcase of premiere wines and spirits, and the nation’s trendsetting culinary masters, makes attendance at the San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival a mouthwatering feast. / www.sandiegowineclassic.com

 

Carnival at Willie Henderson Sports Complex Nov. 21-24
You can’t say you don’t have anything to do when there’s a carnival going on. Come to the Willie Henderson Sports Complex (1035 South 45th St.) and enjoy the thrill of spinning carnival rides and entertaining carnival games. All ages are sure to have a good time. 5-11pm. (951) 316-1382 /

 

Encinitas Fall Festival Nov. 24
This festival is a ready-made bazaar for holiday shoppers and weekend fun seekers. Fair-goers will enjoy a day where coastal breezes meet people gathering to shop, eat, be entertained and enjoy the community’s Historical district. 9am-4pm. 760-943-1950 / www.encinitas101.com

 

 

 

Father Joe’s Village Thanksgiving Day 5K Nov. 28
A day to express thanks for what we have and to extend meaningful compassion to those who are withou. Proceeds will provide basic provisions for underprivleged persons through the St. Vincent De Paul Village. 7:45am-1pm. Balboa Park. (619) 446-2169) / www.neighbor.org
The Ugly Sweater Run Nov. 30
Rummage up the ugliest sweater you can find and wear it at this 5K run/walk. And keep it on during the celebration that has holiday music, photo stations, beer, hot chocolate, gift shopping, and Christmas decorations. 11am. Liberty Station. (603) 557-7994 / www.theuglysweaterrun.com

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