Children with special needs and their families are invited to a photo session at Fashion Valley with Caring Santa on December 7 at 8:30 a.m. Presented in association with AbilityPath and Autism Speaks, Caring Santa is set up to support sensory, physical and other developmental needs. Many steps are taken to reduce sensory triggers - music turned off near the Santa set; nearby escalators shut down; lights dimmed – creating a more comforting experience for the children's magical visit with Santa. www.fashionvalleycaringsanta.eventbrite.com
Holiday Festivities. Join in the holiday cheer this December by attending various festive events and performances throughout San Diego. Kick off the holidays at Balboa Park's December Nights or for a fun twist to the festivities; take in San Diego Zoo's Jungle Bells which is transformed into a magically lit wonderland. Skate by the Sea at the Hotel del Coronado while viewing stunning views of the ocean or view Floating Christmas Lights at the San Diego Bay Parade of Lights.
Montblanc cultivates the inventive spirit that is shaped by the history of classical watches. The watches are made in Le Locle and Villeret, both precious sanctuaries for the craft of traditional Switch watchmaking and the art of innovative horology
Celebrate! This very special time of the year is filled with good cheer with The Old Globe Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on November 15. This fun family event features a special live performance by members of the Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas cast and a delightful holiday snowfall on the Globe Plaza. Celebrate the holidays as the Old Globe Theatre is once again transformed into the snow-covered Whoville, right down to the last can of Who-hash.
Ultimate fall guide to beer! Beer lovers can head to Hotel del Coronado on September 26-28 for Oktoberfest. Experience a Bavarian-style beer garden on the Sun Deck with authentic food such as bratwurst with sauerkraut, chicken schnitzel and Munich-style pretzels and select specialty beers. Guests will also enjoy traditional entertainment including daily ceremonial keg tapping and live musical performances.
1. Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán turns 115. On September 12, celebrate with the World Renowned Mariachi at a spectacular concert at the Cecut in Tijuana. From their beginnings in a small city called Tecalitlán south of Jalisco, to the new sounds of today playing of traditional Mexican songs around the world, the night will reflect the trajectory of 115 years of history. An concert you don't want to miss. www.cecut.gob.mx