Saturday, December 11, 2010

Things To Do In San Diego: Holiday Celebrations Part Deux

Last week I posted a slew of holiday celebrations and there are still a bunch more happening this weekend. Sorry I'm late in posting, but if you haven't made your plans for today and tomorrow, here are a few things you might wanna check out. If you have kids, I cannot recommend Santa Tolly enough. He's the best and most photogenic Santa around.:

  • Kensington Holiday Celebration
    Wrap up the 100 Year Celebration with this fun food and entertainment event.
    Santa Tolly will be on hand to take photos with the kids. Join the whole
    community for caroling at the tree lighting
    December 11 4-9 p.m.//
    Holiday Night Out on Adams, from 5-10pm. This is a new event wherein businesses on the Adams - from Kensington to Normal Heights (and a little beyond really) are celebrating the season by staying open later and having some sort of "thing" - be it snacks, or specials or art or music. You could literally walk it, and break for a beer or two along the way and just check out all the new and old stuff in this 'hood.
  • Holiday Station on the Promenade 12/11 Noon-5 (Free)
  • Holiday in the Park at Old Town 12/11 2-8pm
    Embrace the holidays of yesteryear in Old Town with live action performances, caroling around the fires, music, dancing and tours. Enjoy special holiday treats, activities and extended shopping hours too.
  • Ray of Light festival
    December 11 6pm
    Ray Street
  • Pacific Beach Holiday Parade, December 12, 2-5pm
    Sunday, December 12th
    Our Lady Guadalupe Please join us as we celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day. This is an event for the entire family (12pm - 4pm). We will have food, drink, art and entertainment. Fresh roses will be placed at our shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe. Harpest Marsha Long will be playing an assortment of traditional holiday music and aves in Spanish and English. A local troop of Aztec dancers will perform a variety of dances throughout the afternoon. Sip on complimentary Mexican hot chocolate as you view our assortment of artwork, statuary, Mexican silver and gift items inspired by Our Lady of Guadalupe. Purchase tamales provided by one of our local Farmers Market vendors and preorder more for the holidays. This is a free event and reservations are not required.

    Vintage Religion
    3821 32nd Street
    San Diego, CA 92104
  • Las Posadas at Old Town 12/12 preshow 2-5, procession at 5

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