Monthly Archives: September 2015

San Diego October 2015 Events

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San Diego Events Calendar

San Diego Farmers Markets Ongoing
http://sdfarmbureau.org/BuyLocal/Farmers-Markets.php

San Diego Food Trucks Ongoing
www.sdfoodtrucks.com

Haunted Houses Thru October
www.hauntedhouses.com

Halloween Events Thru October
www.sdhalloween.com

Oktoberfest  Every Wednesday in Oct
Every Wednesday in October, drink up seasonal favs from local breweries while you chow down on paired bites on the private patio on the boardwalk. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. October 7th Green Flash; October 14th Coronado; October 21st Karl Strauss; October 28th Modern Times
www.draftsandiego.com

Oktoberfest in El Cajon Oct 2-3, Oct 9-11
Taste authentic German food such as bratwurst, ox-on-the-spit, potato salad, potato pancakes, sauerkraut, and red cabbage, plus a variety of German pastries and pretzels. Soft drinks and adult beverages are sold, featuring a selection of German beers on draft, plus wines and a full bar.
www.germanclubsandiego.org

Revolt Summer Surf Series 9.0 Oct 3
The Revolt Summer Surf Series is a non World Surf League domestic surfing competition for male and female surfers, professional and amateur. Enjoy a day at Beachfest and watch the carvers, longboards, and SUPs compete. No charge for spectators.
www.sandiegoreader.com

Pacific Beachfest 5K Oct 3
Pacific Beachfest 5K was voted 2014 Competitor’s best 5K/10K for the Pacific region. Run/walk down the beach and boardwalk with your peers and competitors. Every finisher will receive a tank top, a race medal, sunglasses, and tickets to our beer garden.
www.sandiegoreader.com

Serbia Serbia! Festival Oct 3
Teams of Firefighters, Law Enforcement, Military and civilians will climb 110 Authentic Serbian food, home-made pastries, Serbian open market, folk dance performance, and kids’ games.
www.sandiegoreader.com

Maker Faire San Diego Oct 3-4
San Diego Maker Faire is a festival of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness and a celebration of the burgeoning maker movement in the San Diego Region. Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, San Diego Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors.
www.sdmakerfaire.org

San Diego Music Awards  Oct 5
Humphreys by the Bay | 2241 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego, 92106
www.sandiegomusicawards.com

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Oct 8
Raise funds for YWCA of San Diego County and the Becky’s House domestic violence program. After the walk, celebrate with music, massage, awards, and more.
www.eventbrite.com

CRSSD Festival Oct 10-11
The bill includes the Flaming Lips, TV on the Radio, St. Lucia, Bonobo, Big Data, Maya Jane Coles, Jamie XX, Nicolas Jaar, Golden Features, SNBRN, Tchami, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Cashmere Cat, b2b, Trippy Turtle, and more.
www.crssdfest.com

Oktoberfest & HomeBrew Competition Oct 10
A family friendly event with performances, games, a beer garden featuring local professional breweries, Mash Heads Homebrew Club beers, and a home-brew competition, all to raise money for University City schools.
www.uc-educate.org/events/oktoberfest

Festa! in Little Italy Oct 11
This Italian cultural festival is a day filled with authentic live Italian entertainment, Italian food, stickball and bocce ball tournaments, a colorful flag procession, and of course the festival’s favorite: Gesso Italiano (Italian Chalk) to celebrate one of the most iconic neighborhoods in the country. Over 120,000 visitors are expected to attend.
www.littleitalysd.com/events/little-italy-festa

Halloween Carnival Oct 16-17
The 29th annual Halloween carnival includes two scary days of fun this year. On Friday there will be carnival rides on the school field and the Haunted House, a free-standing fully constructed haunted mansion set up in the cafeteria.
www.lacostameadowselementary.org

Tri Oceanside Oct 24
Life Time’s “Women for Tri” Board encourages female athletes of all ages and fitness levels to participate and offers a host of resources that break down barriers to entry and help more women accomplish their fitness goals in this international sport.
www.lifetimefitness.com

Temecula Half Marathon and 5K Oct 25
Serious athletes, novice runners, walkers, families, and wine lovers can enjoy the day, whether you take a leisurely 3 mile walk or a challenging 13.1 mile run.
Take in views of the Temecula hills. At the finish line, refresh with local winery and brewery’s libations.
www.temeculahalf.com

Dia de los Muertos Oct 25
The Mexican Day of the Dead — Dia de los Muertos — is a festive and celebrative time. It is a holiday with a complex history and fusion of old traditions.
www.mslrdiadelosmuertos.com

Hard Rock Horror Story Oct 31
There will be all types of fun activities for all ages as well as vendors selling crafts and crafted foods! This year there will also be a sandcastle competition. Bring the family on out for a fun-filled day of activities!
www.hardrockhorrorstory.com