November 2022 Calendar of Events

November 2022 Calendar of Events

Old Town Día de los Muertos   Oct. 29-Nov. 2

Old Town San Diego will have a Mercado de Arte at the north side of the lot across from the Market, Theatre and Trolley stop on Saturday October 29-30. On November 2 Old Town will be hosting the traditional procession to the El Campo Santo cemetery displaying a public altar.

San Diego Avenue


Escondido Día de los Muertos Festival   Nov. 1

An opportunity to gather together as a community to honor and remember our loved ones who are no longer with us. The Center will stay true to tradition and have altars outside the Museum for anyone to use.

5-8pm / California Center for the Arts

800-988-4253 /


Imperial Beach Día de los Muertos   Nov. 1

We will have fun activities for the kiddos, food, and entertainment for all to enjoy! We invite the community to bring their items to place on the altar throughout the day.

4-6pm / Veterans Park


Fleet Week San Diego   Nov. 1-12

Experience one of San Diego’s largest Military events featuring Military Displays, High Tech equipment in the Innovation Zone, Active Navy & Coast Guard Ship Tours, Live Music, Food, and Fun for the whole family!

See website for schedule. / Broadway Pier

619-858-1545 /


Boogie Woogie Ball   Nov. 4

Join Wounded Warrior Homes for a fun evening of live 1940's music from 'Gin & Tonix', plus dancing, dinner, silent & live auctions. We will be raising funds to house post-9/11 veterans challenged with PTSD & Traumatic Brain Injury. 100% of proceeds from this event go directly to support the Wounded Warrior Homes' veteran housing program.

6-10pm / Veterans Association of North County, Oceanside

760-205-5050 /


San Diego Beer Week   Nov. 4-13

A 10-day celebration, promoting more than 150 independent craft breweries in San Diego County. San Diego Beer Week is brought to you by the San Diego Brewers Guild, with participation from the region's local craft breweries, allied and affiliate members. Events being held throughout the San Diego County at participating breweries, bars, restaurants and more!

858-581-7368 /


Bike the Coast   Nov. 5

Join riders of all levels and ages while experiencing the best of Southern California beaches and surf towns as you ride routes of 100, 50, 25 on historic Highway 101, or enjoy our family ride on the San Luis River Trail (15 or 7 miles).

8:45am / Oceanside Pier

909-399-3553 /


Give a Boot to Hunger - Boot Scoot'n Boogie Gala   Nov. 5

Our Mission is to Alleviate Hunger in Greater Fallbrook and local surrounding cities in both North Inland San Diego County and Southern Riverside County. So, Cowboys and Cowgirls, pull on your boots and grab your hat...because we are going to raise $100,000 to continue serving our hungry neighbors! Live auction, silent auction, cocktails, dinner, live music, and line dancing.

6-9:30pm / Fallbrook Food Pantry

760-728-7608 /



City Hike   Nov. 5

This challenging 5-mile hike to Simmons Family Park will give hikers the opportunity to explore the trails of the Rancho Dorado/Rancho Carrillo area and make a brief visit to Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park. There will be 645’ of elevation gain. Meeting Location: Carrillo Elementary School in Carlsbad.

9am-12pm / Leo Carrillo Ranch and Simmons Family Park

760-744-1050 /


Carlsbad Fall Village Faire   Nov. 6

Features over 750 unique vendors with a little of everything: arts & crafts, antiques, unique clothing, items from around the world, and more. Children’s rides, an international food center, and an old-fashioned pancake breakfast!

8am-4pm / Carlsbad Village

760-931-8400 /


Chula Vista Music in the Park   Nov. 6

Rachel Aldous and The Road Home (Bluegrass Pop). Recreational activities begin at 3pm.

3-6pm / Memorial Bowl

619-585-5653 /


Vista Hiring Fair   Nov. 9

We will partner with San Diego Human Resources Consulting to host this event. Three Human Resource Consultants will provide tips to job seekers.

4-7pm / Vista Civic Center

760-726-1122 /


San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival   Nov. 9-13

Featuring dozens of events, hundreds of domestic and international wineries, the celebration of craft beer and spirits, local culinary legends and nationally recognized celebrities, and a Grand Tasting Finale on the stunning Embarcadero.

Embarcadero Marina Park North


Coronado Island Film Festival   Nov. 9-13

A return to our traditional festival format with in person screenings, special engagements, panels, culinary cinema series, and of course red carpet moments! Additionally, the festival plans to curate a select number of films that will screen online as part of our virtual fest.


Veterans Appreciation Golf Tournament   Nov. 10

It will be an amazing day of fun with 18 holes, breakfast, lunch on the course, raffle and auction items to win, and awards at the end of the tournament!

9am-4pm / Carlton Oaks Golf Club, Santee

619-440-6161 /


Solana Beach Veterans Day Ceremony   Nov. 11

The Camp Pendleton Young Marines as Color Guard, “Feathers from Heaven” Doves, the Santa Fe Christian School Band, and a special guest speaker who will address the community. City dignitaries and representatives from the Armed Forces will also be present. Light refreshments will be served.

11am-12pm / La Colonia Park

858-720-2453 /


Fallbrook Veterans Day Ceremony   Nov. 11

The Ceremony starts at 11am at the Post. Followed by a free lunch at the VFW. 

11am / VFW Post 1924: 1175 Old Stage Road

760-728-8784 /


Del Mar Racing   Nov. 11-Dec. 4

It all began in 1937. And this fall, racing returns to America’s favorite seaside track with the annual running of the Bing Crosby Season. Don’t miss four weeks of Thoroughbred excitement – surrounded by the beauty of Del Mar.

Del Mar Thoroughbred Club


Ride the Point Memorial Charity Bicycle Ride   Nov. 12

Ride the Point was inspired by the late Jim Krause an avid bicyclist, Rotarian, and family man. Like all of us who ride, he loved getting out there with other cyclist for a day of riding, fun and comradery. He lived life to the fullest and dedicated himself to the cause of finding a cure for pancreatic cancer.

See website for schedule. / Liberty Station


Holiday Market   Nov. 12

Just in time for the Holidays, come support local San Diego businesses and find the perfect gifts! Food will be available in the lower garden.

10am-4pm / Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego

619-232-2721 /


Silver Strand Half Marathon, 10 Miler & Veterans Day 5K   Nov. 13

Flat, Fast Run or Walk with the waves of the Pacific Ocean on your right and the San Diego Bay on your left and capping off your run with a California Beach Party!

7am / Silver Strand State Park

858-268-1250 /


Taste of Ocean Beach   Nov. 15

Where culinary lovers will receive a digital tasting passport to enjoy 40+ food-alicious tasting samples from OB’s best restaurants, breweries, and wine bars, and enjoy the OB vibe with live music in downtown Ocean Beach.

5-9pm / Ocean Beach

619-224-4906 /


Wine & Lecture: Coronado Golf & Its Champions   Nov. 17

The Coronado Historical Association invites you to the next lecture in the Wine & Lecture series: Coronado Golf & Its Champions (1897-1905). Speaker David Mackesey will share the story of Coronado's earliest two golf links and the Coronado connection to Alex Smith, who went on to win the U.S. Open in 1906 and 1910.

5:30-7pm / Coronado Historical Association & Museum

619-435-7242 /


Wonderfront Music & Arts Festival   Nov. 18-20

A highly-anticipated 7+ stage, 80+ bands, 3-day music, culinary and arts festival will descend upon the stunning waterfront of downtown San Diego all along the Embarcadero. The festival offers diverse attractions including yacht parties, water sports, art installations, after-parties, a craft beer village and plenty of local flavors.

San Diego Embarcadero


Bikes & Beer San Diego   Nov. 19

Features 15, 30, 45-Mile rides. All rides feature morning fuel stations, marked routes, GPS turn-by-turn instruction, rest stops, refreshments, ride marshals and SAG support. Finish back at ALESMITH for a festival of rewarding craft beers, live music, charity raffle & much more! All riding levels welcome!

See website for schedule. / AleSmith Brewing Company


Encinitas Holiday Street Fair   Nov. 20

Children’s rides, two stages of live entertainment and food and drink refreshments provide an attractive setting for the public and a great boon to our vendors. Remember to bring your own bag(s) to collect all your street fair shopping.

9am-4pm / Coast Highway 101 between D and J

760-943-1950 /


San Diego Jazz Fest and Swing Extravaganza   Nov. 23-27

A variety of musical artists performing traditional jazz, swing, blues, ragtime, boogie woogie, gospel, and rhythm & blues.

Town and Country Resort & Convention Center

619-297-5277 /


Father Joe's Villages Thanksgiving Day 5K Run & Walk   Nov. 24

San Diego’s original and longest-standing Thanksgiving Day “turkey trot” is back, and its critical mission remains the same: To provide crucial funds to feed the homeless through Father Joe’s Villages’ meal program.

6:30-11am / Balboa Park


O'side Turkey Trot   Nov. 24

The event offers a costume contest, the largest teams’ competition, fabulous live entertainment on the course, and finisher medals for all participants.

6:45am / Coast Highway to The Strand and Seagaze


Fallbrook Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot   Nov. 24

A fun family Thanksgiving morning to come together with the community to raise money for the Fallbrook Village Rotary Club Foundation while feeling good and creating memories of a lifetime.  Our goal is to raise funds for the Fallbrook Land Conservancy, Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary and the Fallbrook Community(s).

7am / Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens

760-731-0529 /


Julian Country Christmas Tree Lighting   Nov. 26

We are so excited to bring you an all new experience for the tree lighting. Music and Holiday Performances throughout the afternoon Christmas Market. Santa Arrives and Greets the Kids (of all ages). This is a FREE event.

12:30-7:30pm / Julian Town Square


Julian Holiday Hayride   Nov. 26

A country Christmas Celebration! Hayrides, caroling, hoedowns, jug band shows, ornament making, candle dipping, petting zoo, reptile show, archery, tomahawk throwing, slingshot gallery, treasure hunt, and more!

10am-4pm / Fort Cross Old Timey Adventures, Santa Ysabel

951-847-1904 /

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