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Circus Vargas presents Steam Cirque   Feb. 2-13
Goggles, gears, and gadgets set the stage for 2017’s retro-futuristic production, Steam Cirque! Meet and mingle with the entire cast after each performance. Capture the fun by posing for pics or selfies with your favorite cast members, all part of an unforgettable Circus Vargas experience!
See website for schedule. / Mission Bay Park
(877) 468-3861 /

Love Your Wetlands Day   Feb. 4
The Kendall-Frost/Northern Wildlife Reserve in the northeast corner of Mission Bay Park is the only remaining saltwater wetland in Mission Bay and is normally closed to the public due to its fragile nature. This annual event is one of the few opportunities for the public to actually visit the wetland.
9am-4pm / 2055 Pacific Beach Drive, San Diego

San Diego Fermentation Festival   Feb. 4
Celebrating Food, Culture, Knowledge, and Community. Features a Makers Marketplace showcasing the southern California bounty of artisanal foodmakers and brewers, an Ambrosia Garden (21+) featuring fermented adult beverages such as mead, beer, kombucha and wine, workshops and presentations, Wellness Pavilion with yoga classes, live music and entertainment.
10am-5pm / Waterfront Park San Diego: 1600 Pacific Highway

Come From Away Gala   Feb. 4
This event will feature a cocktail reception with COME FROM AWAY creators David Hein and Irene Sankoff, as a celebration of Artistic Director Christopher Ashley’s 10th Anniversary at La Jolla Playhouse and the 70th Anniversary of the Playhouse’s founding, as well as a special concert performance of La Jolla Playhouse’s world-premiere musical with Broadway-bound cast!
5pm / La Jolla Playhouse: 2910 La Jolla Village Dr.
(858) 228-3089 /

Mitchell Thorp Foundation 5K Walk/Run   Feb. 4
Warrior Spirit 5K Run/Walk for children battling life-threatening illnesses. Warrior Team Trophy to the largest team, great prizes for top individual and team fund raiser, Best Warrior or Super Hero get up and more. Kids timed obstacle course.
8:30am-2pm / Poinsettia Park, Carlsbad

St. Rose of Lima 5k   Feb. 4
In the spirit of building community, nurturing family time, promoting good health and celebrating community.
8am-12pm / Rohr Park: 4548 Sweetwater Road, Bonita

Lake Poway Youth Fishing Derby   Feb. 4
Fishing, prizes, entertainment, games, casting contest, a free barbecue lunch and more! Freshly stocked with 3,000 pounds of rainbow trout, the lake will be open only to ages 15 and younger.
6am-12pm / Lake Poway
(858) 668-4772 /

San Diego Miniatures Show & Sale   Feb. 4-5
Exhibits, sales and classes designed for crafters, artists and collectors of dollhouse size miniatures. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced miniaturist, you’re sure to find something that suits your fancy with our two floors of quarter, half-inch and one-inch scale miniatures.
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm / Al Bahr Shrine Center: 5440 Kearny Mesa, San Diego

Cardiff Kook 5K/10K Run   Feb. 5
The scenic loop starts and finishes under the famous “Encinitas” sign, passes by the Cardiff Kook statue on Coast HWY 101, rises above some of the most popular surf breaks in San Diego and then make its way down to Cardiff State Beach.
7:30am / 505 S Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas
(760) 803-1797 /

El Cajon Citizen of the Year Luncheon   Feb. 7
Please join us in this celebration of community service by making your nomination and honoring all those who serve our City.
12-2:30pm / Elks Lodge 1812: 1400 East Washington, El Cajon
(619) 440-6161 /

San Diego Cactus and Succulent Society Winter Show and Sale   Feb. 11
Over 40 vendors from all over Southern Cal and Ariz, and show plants to wow you highlighting winter growers.  Members may show early from 9 to 10 (memberships sold at the door for $15). Thousands attend so come early and bring some boxes for your purchases – we provide a limited amount.
10am-4pm / Casa del Prado, Balboa Park: Park Avenue
(619) 249-3032 /

Sandbag Give-A-Way Event   Feb. 11
Residents must provide photo identification and show proof of residency. A water bill or electric bill is acceptable, which shows the customers address. 10 sandbags will be given for each address/property (while supply lasts). Residents must self-load and transport the sandbags.
8:30am-2pm / Public Works Facility: 160 Calle Magdalena, Encinitas
(760) 633-2600 /

Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo   Feb. 11-12
Sample and purchase hundreds of products, meet with local and national brands, receive coupons, and attend informative presentations by top-notch speakers. While all products at the Expo are gluten free, many are also free from the top 8 allergens. There is also a dedicated nut-free section.
Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

Coronado Valentine’s Day 10K, 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run   Feb. 12
In its 7th year, the event has earned a great reputation for its attention to detail, race management, and an awesome post-race party at Tidelands Park & McP’s.
Tidelands Park: 2000 Mullinex Drive

East County Honors Awards Gala   Feb. 16
Honors businesses and individuals for their accomplishments and recognizes the tremendous and lasting impact they’ve made on our community. Serves as a fundraiser, raising money to fund community programs and services supported by the Chamber throughout the year.
6-9:30pm / MCAS Miramar Commissioned Officer’s Club: 4472 Anderson Ave., San Diego
(619) 440-6161 /

5K Paw Walk in the Garden   Feb. 18
The San Diego Botanic Garden is teaming up with the Rancho Coastal Humane Society for our fifth annual “5K Paw Walk in the Garden.” Both organizations will be benefiting from this event. Participants will follow a 5K walk through the 37-acre garden with their dog(s) in tow.
9am-1pm / San Diego Botanic Garden: 230 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas
(760) 436-3036 /

East County Career Expo   Feb. 22
Sponsored for Cuyamaca College and East County Career Center. OPEN TO ALL JOB SEEKERS!
9:30am-1:30pm / Cuyamaca College Student Center: 900 Rancho San Diego Parkway, El Cajon
(619) 660-4695 /

Salute to Local Heroes and Installation Dinner   Feb. 22
Join us as we entertain you through this popular evening to celebrate our local heroes from the La Mesa Police Department, Fire Department, paramedics, and our Retired Volunteers of the La Mesa Police Department.
5-8:30pm / Town & Country Resort Hotel: 500 Hotel Circle North, San Diego
(619) 465-7700 /

Escondido State of the City Address   Feb. 22
Escondido’s Annual State of the City Address by Mayor Sam Abed.
7:30am / Conference Center of the California Center for the Arts, Escondido
(760) 839-4631 /

Enlisted Recognition Reception   Feb. 23
The Oceanside Chamber’s Military Affairs Committee created the Enlisted Recognition Program in 2001 as a way for the business community to recognize the excellence of the local enlisted personnel. This event is open to the public and will feature delicious hors d’oeuvres and an evening of celebration as we recognize Marines and Sailors who have been identified by their respective commands as  top performers and contributors.
6-8pm / Veterans Association of North County (VANC): 1617 Mission Ave., Oceanside
(760) 722-1534 /

Go Red For Women Luncheon   Feb. 24
The Go Red For Women Luncheon celebrates all the wonderful work the American Heart Association does to fight against heart disease and stroke.
10am / Fairmont Grand Del Mar: 5300 Grand Del Mar Ct., San Diego

City of Champions Celebration   Feb. 25
The City of Chula Vista is joining together with Elite Athlete Services to celebrate the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center (CVTC) to celebrate the athletic, academic, arts and other accomplishments of people who live, work, play, study and excel in Chula Vista.
9am-2pm / Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center: 2800 Olympic Parkway

Tidepooling Adventure with Birch Aquarium   Feb. 26
Learn how these amazing habitats and their inhabitants truly survive between a rock and a hard place. Trained naturalists will show you how to tread lightly during your visit and how to protect and preserve these natural wonders. Pre-registration is required.
2:30-4:30pm / False Point
(858) 534-7336 /

VVBA Casino Night   Feb. 26
The Vista Village Business Association presents Casino Night at the Movies: A red carpet event. Black Jack, Craps, Poker, Roulette, Silent Auction, Craft Beer & Wine. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Vista Art Foundation. $75.
6-9pm / Cinepolis: 25 Main Street, Vista
(760) 414-9391 /

San Marcos State of the City Address  Feb. 28
Mayor Jim Desmond’s annual State of the City Address is a focal point of the annual luncheon during which Mayor Desmond will detail City of San Marcos 2016 accomplishments and future goals for the City.
11am-1:30pm / California State University San Marcos, University Student Union Ballroom
(760) 744-1270 x14 /

Photo Credit: Honeymoon ID 4619509 © James Steidl |


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San Diego International Auto Show   Dec. 29-Jan. 2
Will feature over 400 over the latest new models, a dozen test drives, exotics, automotive products and much more!
Thur & Fri 10am-9pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-9pm, Sun 10am-7pm / San Diego Convention Center

Toss for Tots Campaign   Jan. 1
A fun and important way to help Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego. Simply pledge a donation for each San Diego Chargers’ touchdown during the regular season. You get some terrific benefits, but the kids in our community are the real winners, as 100% of your donation benefits the Brooke Humphries Fund at Rady Children’s.
Qualcomm Stadium
(858) 966-8597 /

Poway Winter Festival   Jan. 13-14
Feel snow between your fingers while sledding down the snow hill; smell roasting marshmallows as you devour delicious s’mores; experience the wind in your hair skating around the synthetic ice rink; and peruse a variety of vendors and their sensational products. Lights will twinkle, as music sets the tone and laughter fills the air.
Fri 5-9pm, Sat 3:30-8:30pm / Community Park: 13094 Civic Center Drive
(858) 668-4671 /

Tailgaters Chili Cook-Off Weekend   Jan. 13-14
Bring your crockpot with your best chili for a chance to win a prize. Bring a can of beer to participate in Beer Bingo. Show your team spirit, decorate your site with your favorite football team colors for a chance to win a prize.
Pala Casino RV Resort: 11042 Calif. Highway 76
(844) 472-5278 /

Winter Festival for the Special Needs Community   Jan. 14
Experience the magic and charm of winter like never before! We’re inviting our Special Needs Community to join us for an extra-special edition of Winter Festival. Whether you’re building a snowman, sledding down our snow hill, trying your luck at wintry carnival games, or taking a spin around the synthetic skate rink, there is bound to be something for everyone!
11am-1pm / Community Park: 13094 Civic Center Drive
(858) 668-4671 /

Western Surfing Association Championship Tour   Jan. 14-15
This is a surfing competition to qualify competitors to the West Coast Championships, U.S. Championships, Prime Event & any World Team Event.
6:30am-5:30pm / South Harbor Jetty, Oceanside
(949) 369-6677 /

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade   Jan. 15
This is one of the largest celebrations of its kind in the United States in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The parade is filled with dazzling floats, phenomenal High School Bands, Drill Teams, College, Fraternities & Sororities, Churches, Peace and Youth organizations.
2pm / Harbor Drive – Embarcadero
(619) 203-2014 /

Carlsbad Marathon & Half   Jan. 15
Our 26 fully staffed course support stations, continuous entertainment and unsurpassed volunteer support are just a few of our outstanding features. We also offer each participant a gender specific long-sleeve technical fabric shirt, virtual goody bag, spectacular finisher’s medal, post-race mylar blanket, refreshments (including chocolate milk!) and much more.
6:15am / Shoppes at Carlsbad
(760) 692-2900 /

San Diego Restaurant Week   Jan. 15-22
8 days and over 180 restaurants. Presented by The California Restaurant Association San Diego County Chapter.

The All Peoples Celebration   Jan. 16
This annual community program is the preeminent event in San Diego County where more than 1,000 business leaders, elected officials, faith leaders, community organizers, artists, and students come together for an inspiring program and common goal of honoring the work and the sacrifice of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
10-11:30am / Balboa Park Activity Center: 2145 Park Blvd.
(619) 269-1823 /

Fallbrook Chamber Member Expo   Jan. 18
A great opportunity to discover and learn about all that our community has to offer! Light appetizers, cash bar, networking, prize opportunities and Aquaterra same-day dining discount.
4:30-7:30pm / Pala Mesa Resort: 2001 Old Hwy 395, Fallbrook
(760) 728-5845 /

Taste of EastLake   Jan. 20
Fantastic food and drink from local restaurants, wineries, breweries, spirit purveyors, silent and live excitement, and live entertainment. Many of Chula Vista’s local leaders, business owners and educators. Will support much needed funding and celebrate 22 years of the foundation providing vital technology programs to our local public EastLake schools. Since 1995, the EEF has granted more than 1.9 million dollars to the schools.
6-9pm / The Venue: 871 Showroom Place #104, Chula Vista
(619) 997-6470 /

SDSU Writers’ Conference   Jan. 20-22
Each year, more than 300 attendees from all over the world pursue their literary dreams and get direct feedback on their writing in 1:1 appointments with editors and agents. The three-day SDSU conference was among the first to pioneer these 1:1 appointments, giving writers unprecedented access to top-tier publishing professionals — many of whom interact with unpublished authors only through conferences.
Fri 1-9pm, Sat 8:30am-7pm, Sun 9am-12pm / San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
(619) 594-2099 /

San Diego Sunroad Boat Show   Jan. 26-29
In addition to the tremendous boats, there will also be a plethora of marine vendors and electronics with the latest nautical products and services, boating seminars, FREE boat rides, as well as food and beverages – making a great time for all to enjoy a day on the San Diego Bay.
Thur & Fri 12-6pm, Sat & Sun 10am-6pm / Sunroad Resort Marina: 955 Harbor Island
(619) 497-5254 /

Farmers Insurance Open   Jan. 26-29
Seven-time champion Tiger Woods and other top players on the PGA Tour compete in this annual golf tournament while also raising money for local at-risk youth and military families.
Torrey Pines Golf Course
(858) 886-4653 /

National City Chamber Installation Dinner   Jan. 27
Inaugural Celebration of the 107th Board of Directors and Presentation of the Ambassador of the Year, Business of the Year, Community Leader Award, Green Business of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award and Volunteer of the Year.
5-9pm / Jacobs Center: 404 Euclid Ave., San Diego
(619) 477-9339 /

San Diego Tet Festival   Jan. 27-29
A one of a kind bonanza with Free Entertainment, Lion Dancing, Music, Rides, and More! Home to Miss Vietnam, Golden Voice, and the Step Up Dance Competition, the San Diego Tet Festival is world renown for its epic celebration. Join us in welcoming the Year of the Rooster as we Spring To New Horizons!
Fri 5-10pm, Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-9pm / Mira Mesa Community Park: 8575 New Salem St.

North County SD Veterans Stand Down   Jan. 27-29
Stand Down for North County’s Homeless Veterans, Veterans in need, and their immediate dependent family members. Showers, haircuts, clothing & hygiene kits, housing & hot meals, medical & dental exams, benefits counseling, mental health counseling, housing assistance, legal assistance. Pre-registration required.
Fri 12-5pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-12pm / Green Oak Ranch: 1237 Green Oak Road, Vista
(760) 290-5235 /

Mobile Vet Clinic   Jan. 28
Affordable Licensing, Vaccination & Microchip Event. San Diego Humane Society will be on site providing affordable vaccinations and microchips. If you are a resident of Oceanside or Vista, you can stop by to renew or purchase a new license.
10am-12pm / Wave Waterpark Lot: 101 Wave Drive, Vista
(760) 726-1340 /

Santee Active Lifestyle Expo   Jan. 28
USATF National 50K Race Walk Championships at 7:30am: This is a professional athletic event and unique opportunity to watch elite athletes in action. Meet & greet with professional athletes. Vendor Fair with resources for a balanced lifestyle, interactive classes, health screenings, educational health information. Extreme Obstacle Course. Healthy Kid’s Fun Zone. State Entertainment.
9am-1pm / Santee Trolley Square: 9884 Mission Gorge Rd.

Party in the Stars   Jan. 28
La Mesa Arts Foundations Presents: Party in the Stars benefiting the La Mesa Arts Academy. The gala adds support to LMAAC and includes live entertainment, silent & live auction, dinner, dancing, & more! 6-8pm / La Mesa Community Center: 4975 Memorial Dr.
6-10pm / La Mesa Community Center: 4975 Memorial Dr.
(619) 668-5730 /

San Diego Cat Show   Jan. 28-29
The nation’s finest cats will vie for top honors at “Food & Water Bowl XXIV,” the largest annual cat show on the West Coast. There will be more than 450 cats from more than 42 recognized cat breeds in competition.
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 9am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds
(760) 492-6457 /

Hip Hop Run   Jan. 29
Enjoy DJ’s throughout the course, playing all of the songs you know and love. Participants will have the option to take part in the 10k run, or the 5k run/walk. Be entertained after the run with a star studded lineup of DJ’s at our main stage finish line.
7am / Balboa Stadium: 1405 Park Blvd., San Diego
(408) 766-0195 /

Photo Credit:  View of the Coronado Bay Bridge and shoreline boats at sunset in San Diego, California, USA ID 62783337 © Samuel Antonio |


Merry Christmas 2016!

December 25, 2016

Christmas Music 2015 from theJOLESgroup on 8tracks Radio.

Our Christmas playlist from 2015 with 8 new songs added for 2016. From Rosemary, Todd and Toby Wan Kenobi we wish you all a very Merry Chritmas and a Happy New Year!


December events in San Diego County provided by The Joles Group, Rosemary Joles

Taste of Santee   Dec. 1
Join the Santee Chamber as we celebrate the holiday season and taste the best from local restaurants and shops. This yearly tradition brings our community together to help the Santee Santas give back to residents in need this season.
5:30-7:30pm / Toyota Certified Center of Santee: 8871 Fanita Dr.
(619) 449-6572 /

Snow Mountain   Dec. 2
Join us for fun in the snow and so much more at the Ferry Landing. This event is brought to Coronado through funding from the San Diego Unified Port District.
3-8pm / Coronado Ferry Landing
(619) 522-7300 /

Fallbrook Community Tree Lighting Event   Dec. 2
This living 50 foot giant is over 34 years old. Thousands of sparkling LED lights will bring a holiday glow to the faces of children and adults alike. Music, food, holiday shopping and fun! Bring your Toys for Tots donation.
5-7:30pm / Fallbrook Community Center: 341 Heald Lane
(760) 728-1671 /

Coronado’s Holiday Parade & Open House   Dec. 2
Presented by the Coronado Chamber of Commerce. Sponsored by EDCO Disposal.
6pm / 8th & Orange to R.H. Dana & Orange
(619) 435-9260 /

Holiday Tree Lighting & Winter Wonderland Festival   Dec. 3
Children will have the chance to frolic in real snow, decorate their very own Christmas cookies, and even rendezvous with live reindeer!
3-8pm / California Center for the Arts Escondido
(760) 839-4138 /

Fallbrook Christmas Parade   Dec. 3
This year’s theme is “Joy to the World.” Grand Marshal: Supervisor Bill Horn. Lighted floats, marching bands, music, dancers, classic and specialty cards, fire trucks, animals and Santa Claus.
5pm / Main Avenue, Ammunition to Ivy

Holiday at the Rancho   Dec. 3
Watch the holiday tree lighting on the sand near the pool. Decorate holiday cookies, create crafts, and festive entertainment. Face painting, an outdoor movie and a special visit by Santa.
5-8pm / Leo Carrillo Ranch Historical Park, Carlsbad
(760) 476-1042 /

Lakeside Spirit of Christmas   Dec. 3
There will be an atmosphere of an old-fashion hometown Christmas. Local School performances. Santa Claus – Photos with Santa. Food and Drink. Kid Activities. Jumpy Jumps, Rides. Booths – Crafters. Lighting the Community Christmas Tree.
4-9pm / Main Avenue
(619) 561-1031 /

Chula Vista Holiday in the Village   Dec. 3
Frosty’s Snow Hill: Kids of all ages can play in the snow.
12-4pm / Memorial Park

Scripps Candlelight Ball   Dec. 3
This year’s event continues that tradition in support of the acclaimed surgery program at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla. The unforgettable evening will include a cocktail reception, gourmet dinner and dancing.
6-11pm / Fairmont Grand Del Mar: 5300 Grand Del Mar Court

Honor Ride San Diego   Dec. 3
Join Ride 2 Recovery and honor our nation’s healing heroes. This is a family-friendly bike-riding event that offers 3 separate courses that run throughout San Diego for all levels of riders.
8am / Waterfront Park San Diego: 1600 Pacific Highway
(818) 888-7091 x106 /

Snow Music Run 5K   Dec. 3
We’ve got SNOW, OBSTACLES, MUSIC, and a DJ dropping crazy beats, colorful costumes, to get you motivated to get fit and stay moving! Help to raise money and collect toys for Toys for Tots and other charities.
9am / Liberty Station NTC Park

Chula Vista Starlight Parade   Dec. 3
Schools, bands, dance groups, music performances, veterans and military groups, car clubs, local merchants, and more.
6-9pm / Third Avenue Village

Vista Chamber’s Holiday Parade   Dec. 3
It’s a NINTENDO CHRISTMAS! Celebrating 20 years of Pokemon and All Things Nintendo!
1-3pm / South Santa Fe Avenue and Main Street
(760) 726-1122 /

San Marcos Santa’s Village   Dec. 3
This magical village will feature Breakfast with Santa, arts and crafts vendors, free children’s crafts, the annual tree lighting, visits with Santa, food and entertainment.
9am-7pm / San Marcos Civic Center
(760) 744-9000 /

Encinitas Holiday Parade   Dec. 3
Parade theme is “Encinitas86!” It is preceded by a tree lighting ceremony with a brief appearance by Santa at the Lumberyard.
5-7:30pm / Coast Highway 101
(760) 633-2760 /

Jingle Paws Walk for Pets & Adoption   Dec. 3
Costume contest, doggy vendors, rescue animals and silent auction. Get your holiday photo taken with Santa.
9am-12pm / Cuyamaca College Water Conservation Garden: 12122 Cuyamaca College Drive, El Cajon

The Local Holiday Bazaar   Dec. 4
A curated Holiday Market with local Fashion, Hand Made Holiday gifts & Vintage.
11:30am-6:30pm / BRICK: 2863 Historic Decatur Rd., San Diego

Solana Beach Holiday Tree Lighting   Dec. 4
Join your friends and neighbors for cookies and live music and a visit from Santa.
5pm / Fletcher Cove Park
(858) 720-2453 /

Vista Village Winterfest   Dec. 4
Sip from the fountains of hot chocolate/cider as you frolic through the Christmas tree forest on your way to Santa. Take a horse carriage ride to the first ever ice skating rink in Vista as you share in a festive tune by our roaming carolers.
Downtown Vista
(760) 414-9391 /

Vista Holiday Home Tour   Dec. 4
The tour provides a close-up look at some of the most beautiful homes in the area. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit VCC’s Kare for Kids Fund, which provides high-quality pediatric care for underserved children in North County.
10am-4pm / Vista Residences

La Mesa Military Families Toy Drive   Dec. 6
We invite you to enjoy an evening of good food and fun while we collect toys for our military children living in La Mesa.
5:30-7pm / BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse: 5500 Grossmont Center Drive
(619) 465-7700 /

Hacienda Casa Blanca Holiday Mixer   Dec. 8
On behalf of a child battling childhood cancer please bring a new unwrapped toy or gift card for a child from age 2- 17.
5:30-7pm / Hacienda Casa Blanca: 700 N. Johnson Avenue, El Cajon
(619) 440-6161 /

ay Christmas in the Park   Dec. 10
Horse-drawn hay and pony rides, petting zoo, and face painting. Speeder rides, model trains, and live entertainment. Holiday sweets and warm dinner foods. Christmas tree lighting and Santa!
3:30-8:30pm / Old Poway Park
(858) 668-4576 /

Toys for Joy   Dec. 10
The Rock Church partners with schools, businesses and community organizations, as well as local churches to coordinate the Toys for Joy Christmas Event.
7am-2pm / El Cajon Valley High School

Makers Arcade Holiday Fair   Dec. 10
100 local artists will gather to show off their one-of-a-kind handcrafted goods including jewelry, ceramics, stationary, clothing, home goods and more! Food trucks, music, craft beer and cocktails.
11am-5pm / The Port Pavilion: 1000 N Harbor Drive

Santa at the Adobe   Dec. 10
Come and take a picture with Santa and make a memorable holiday ornament!
10am-3pm / Rancho Buena Vista Adobe, Vista
(760) 643-5275 /

Oceanside Parade of Lights   Dec. 10
This is the annual evening boat parade sponsored by Oceanside Yacht Club.
7-10pm / Oceanside Harbor
(760) 722-5751 /

Santa at the Lakes   Dec. 11
Ho! Ho! Ho! Snow! Snow! Snow! Santa Clause Snow Sledding Food Arts & Crafts Characters Meet and Greets Entertainment Inflatables Pony Rides & Petting Zoo.
11am-4pm / Santee Lakes
(619) 596-3141 /

Parade of Lights Holiday Dinner  Dec. 11 & 18
Our annual fundraiser is held aboard the Berkeley steam ferry. Complete with dinner and is a spectacular platform for viewing the Parade of Lights on the bay.
5pm / Maritime Museum of San Diego: 1492 N Harbor Drive
(619) 234-9153 x101 /

The Big Holiday Party   Dec. 13
A big party for small companies. We welcome groups as little as 4 and as large as 50 guests. We’ll provide the food, DJ and photo booth. You and your employees will provide the holiday cheer.
6-10pm / Vista Valley Country Club: 29354 Vista Valley Drive
(760) 758-2800 /

La Valencia Hotel’s Gatsby Gala   Dec. 15
La Valencia Hotel celebrates its 90th anniversary. The roaring 20’s themed event with live music and dancing, Prohibition cocktails, punchbowls of bubbly, lavish buffets, hors d’oeuvres and canapés will celebrate the decade which La Valencia was born.
6pm / La Valencia Hotel: 1132 Prospect St.
(858) 454-0771 /

Bumble Bee Seafoods 5K   Dec. 27
Athletes will run past 100,000 cheering spectators. Runners, families and spectators can watch the remainder of the parade that features colorful floats, bands and huge inflatable characters.
9:45am / Harbor Drive – Embarcadero

Holiday Bowl Balloon Parade   Dec. 27
As always, this exciting family event brings together world-class marching bands, magnificent floats, entertaining drill teams, and a procession of enormous balloons – more than any other parade.
10am / Waterfront Park San Diego



Songs of Autumn

November 3, 2016

Autumn from theJOLESgroup on 8tracks Radio.

Autumn, the season of change. This music says all that and more.  Great to listen to on a rainy day, or on a relaxing Saturday morning with your favorite beverage and staring out the window as the world goes by.  Enjoy these artists take on the season of fall