10 Things To Do This Weekend in San Diego (11/30-12/1)


Here are 10 fun things to do in San Diego this weekend (November 30 and December 1, 2013):

  1. Relax to jazz at the San Diego Jazz Festival all weekend. It’s the Festival’s 34th year and there’s plenty to see, do and hear.
  2. Exhibits. Opening this weekend: Art of the Holiday at Fallbrook Art Center (just opened), LEGO Train Exhibit at San Diego Model Railroad and North Pole Mainline by San Diego Model Railroad at Grossmont Mall. Closing this weekend: Nadia Salameh at Spanish Village Art Center (closes Monday) and Views of Our Region at Bonita Museum and Cultural Center (closes Saturday).
  3. Indulge at the SoNo Fest and Chili Cook-off on Sunday. The North Park/South Park event features 4 things: Craft Beer, Chili, Music, Shopping. Go for all!
  4. Shop local at the Fallbrook Village Artisan Faire on Saturday. There’ll be plenty of art, crafts and holiday gifts to find.
  5. Celebrate history and Christmas at the Rancho Guajome Adobe Christmas. The Vista historical site will be all decked out for the holidays and special activities, crafts and more are planned all weekend.
  6. Bring the kids to the Surfin’ Santa Day at Seaport Village on Saturday. Santa will arrive via jet-pack…this is a must do activity for the weekend.
  7. Join the party at the SantaCon San Diego on Saturday. This cool holiday themed walk and drinking party will be a blast. Make sure you’re dressed up (for instance, like Santa) or else feel left out!
  8. Enjoy the special Spreckels Organ Pavilion Concert on Sunday. The normal concert is a 5-hour concert to support the San Diego Red Cross. Go listen to some wonderful music for a good cause.
  9. Take part in the Annual Battle of San Pasqual. Happening at the San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park on Sunday, the event will include demos, entertainment and a chance to learn a little more about the Mexican-American War.
  10. Pick up some goods at the San Diego Indie Craft Market on Sunday. Alternative craft fairs are awesome and we love this one. Who hosts? You can call her Queen Bee. The Queen Bee’s Art and Cultural Center that is.

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