San Diego This Weekend
With warm temperatures this weekend giving way to more volatile weather next week, it is the perfect time to get out and enjoy what San Diego has to offer. There are tons of events set for this weekend, and there’s no better time to check them out.
Did you know January and February are the months where San Diegans see the most days of sunshine? Take advantage of what America’s Finest City has to offer with our top picks for this weekend’s events.
You should also check out our new events listing venue, SanDiegoThisWeekend.com. The site offers you insight into the best events in San Diego. Don’t get overwhelmed by a million listings per day. We sift through the clutter to pick the best of the best, so you don’t have to. Head on over to SanDiegoThisWeekend.com to check it out for yourself!
Here are just some of our top picks:
San Diego Zoo Discovery Days: Koalapalooza
The San Diego Zoo is celebrating all things koalas! They’re having Australian themed activities throughout the zoo such as scavenger hunts, tours, face painting, hands on lessons, and music, and an opportunity to name the newborn koala joey. Koalapalooza is happening Friday through Monday, so head down to Balboa Park and check it out.
Restaurant Week 2010
Restaurant Week provides over 180 of San Diego’s best restaurants for your choosing, to enjoy a three course meal for a discounted price. Choose from a list of a variety of locations, cuisines, and price range and explore your cultural palate. It’s a once-a-season event that shouldn’t be missed.
San Diego Whale Watching
January is the time for whale watching in the San Diego Bay. Go on a naturalist-guided whale watching adventure, offered by the Birch Aquarium. It’s a mere $35 (on weekends) for this unforgettable experience.
NASSA Surf Competition
The National Scholastic Surfing Association surf competition is regarded as the highest level of surfing competition for the Western United States to many avid surfers, so put on your bathing suit, grab your sunglasses and beach towel, and head over to Oceanside Pier to show your support. The event is Saturday and Sunday from 7am to 5pm, and best of all, it’s free to watch.