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San Diego Hanukkah Events 2016

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Hanukkah is quickly approaching and there are plenty of great holiday events to attend in San Diego! Check out our list for the best local events to attend with friends and family!

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December 16th

(Carmel Valley)

Shabbat Service and Program for Kids at Chabad Carmel Valley with inspirational, energetic and Jewish group activities for kids ages 3-10! For more information click here.

 

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December 16th

(Chula Vista)

Experience the Sounds of Shabbos at Temple Beth Shalom in Chula Vista! More information on this event can be found here.

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December 16th

(La Jolla)

Don't miss this public Menorah lighting by the Chabad of La Jolla! The event takes place on December 16th at 4:30 pm at 909 Prospect St!

 

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Sunday December 18th

(La Jolla)

Join the annual Hanukkah fun at the JCC! This year's event on December 18th includes a kosher dinner and entertainment from Mr. Steve. Click here to learn more!

 

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December 18th

(Linda Vista)

Supporting Jewish Single Parents and Jewish Big Pals are throwing a fun filled Hanukkah Party! Learn more here.

 

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December 27th

(Downtown)

Take part in the biggest San Diego Grand Chanukah Celebration on December 27th at Horton Plaza Park! There will be a menorah lighting, entertainment, music, crafts, and great food like latkes and donuts. For more information click here.

 

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December 28th

(Poway)

Plan to attend this year's Friendship Circle San Diego Hanukkah party! Enjoy music, donut decorating, menorah lighting and an Exotic Animal show for kids! More information can be found here.

 

Ultimate San Diego Bucket List

As San Diego locals, we've put together a San Diego bucket list that takes you off the beaten path and away from the tourist traps! Check out our picks for the must-do activities in our hometown! We hope you use this list to inspire you to have an adventure this weekend!

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San Diego Bucket List

  1. Climb the California Tower at Balboa Park
  2. Snorkeling With the Leopard Sharks at La Jolla Shores
  3. Julian Apple Picking
  4. Catch a Show at the Old Globe
  5. Bike Ride Around Mission Bay
  6. Hike Torrey Pines
  7. Kayaking in La Jolla Cove
  8. Paddle Boarding in Mission Bay
  9. Spend a Day at the Spa at the Omni La Costa or Rancho Valencia
  10. Attend a Chargers Game
  11. Tour the San Diego Botanic Gardens
  12. Go Deep Sea Fishing Off the Coast of San Diego
  13. Hike the Three Sisters Waterfall Trail
  14. Watch 4th of July Fireworks at the Park Hyatt Golf Course
  15. Go Wine Tasting in Temecula
  16. Attend a Summer Concert By the Beach in Del Mar
  17. Go Tidepooling at Torrey Pines State Reserve at Low Tide
  18. Do the Belgian Waffle Bike Ride
  19. Visit the Meditation Gardens at the Self Realization Fellowship in Encinitas
  20. Hang Glide at Glider Port
  21. Snowshoeing or Tubing at Mt. Laguna
  22. Walk Batiquitos Lagoon in Carlsbad
  23. Find the Sea Cave at Point Loma During Low Tide
  24. Hike Double Peak
  25. Take a Yoga Class on the Beach
  26. See the Grunion Run
  27. Check Out the Art Studios at the Spanish Village in Balboa Park
  28. Rent Jet Skis in Mission Bay
  29. View the Nighttime Bioluminescence of the Ocean
  30. Go Ice Skating at the Hotel Del During the Holidays
  31. Complete the Mission Trails 5-Peak Challenge
  32. Sunset Dinner at Mister A's
  33. Camping on the Beach at San Elijo State Beach
  34. Bike Silver Strand
  35. Hike the San Diego Stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail
  36. Ride the Coaster Up the Coast

8 Things To Do This Fall in San Diego

We asked some of our amazing agents what their favorite things to do during the fall in San Diego are and while we got some varied responses, we also got some definitive responses on what the best fall activities are!

 

8 Things to Do This Fall in San Diego

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Source: Ed Philbrick

Surf

Always well-known for our surfing, fall is one of the best times for water sports because the weather is still warm, the surf is great, and the tourists have gone home, leaving just the locals to enjoy the ocean. A gorgeous afternoon will find the waves dotted with boats of all sizes, surfers, kayakers, swimmers, paddle boarders, snorklers, and more!

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Source: Ed Philbrick

Walk on the Beach

Similar to surfing, the lack of crowds and changing seasons means that we can catch the sunset during an early evening walk on the beach! From San Onofre in the north to Imperial Beach in the south, San Diego has miles of beautiful beaches to enjoy.

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Source: The Food Network

Pumpkin Everything

We look forward to the cooler weather and the end of tourist season just as much as we await the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte and pumpkin flavors flooding the shelves at Trader Joes. Though local favorites Cafe Positano (Rancho Santa Fe) and Village Mill Bread (Carmel Valley) serve delicious pumpkin muffins year round, for the most part pumpkin is a flavor enjoyed just a few months per year. If it's wrong to love pumpkin, we don't want to be right!

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Source: Greg Alford

Apple Picking and Apple Pie in Julian

Julian is our favorite little mountain town and while we can pick up the pies at our local grocery stores, nothing beats eating an oven-fresh slice a la mode and washing it down with some hot apple cider. Julian is also one of the few places around San Diego that offers apple picking, a festive and fun family activity. The changing trees and charming town allow us to pretend we've escaped to New England, if only for an afternoon. But just a two hour drive and we're back on the shores of our beloved beaches.

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Source: Let's Go See It

San Diego Botanical Gardens in Encinitas

The botanical gardens are one of San Diego's best kept secrets! Even some locals don't know about the sprawling gardens which boast all sorts of beautiful plants! In October, join the botanic gardens for the Fall Plant Sale, the Succulent Show and Sale, and the Family Fall Festival, where guests can take part in fall-themed activities. Cooler weather makes this an ideal time to be enjoying one of San Diego's outdoor treasures!

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Source: Locale Magazine

Bates Nut Farm Pumpkin Patch in Escondido

Bates Nut Farm has been in Valley Center for over 90 years. Their annual pumpkin patch is a true San Diego gem. In addition to picking out the perfect pumpkin for carving, visitors can also enjoy the straw maze, petting corral, pony rides, tractor hayrides, face painting, and delicious homemade treats from the farm!

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Source: San Diego Chargers

Chargers Games

The Chargers are leaving. The Chargers aren't leaving. The Chargers are getting a new stadium. The Chargers aren't getting a new stadium. Sometimes it's tough to be a Chargers fan! But what's not tough is acknowledging that Chargers games, whether viewed live or comfortable at home, are one of the best things about fall in San Diego! The cooler weather heralds the return of football season and with it, our beloved Bolts.

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Hike Torrey Pines

Scenic Torrey Pines boasts some of the most beautiful ocean views in all of San Diego! Cooler weather means more comfortable hikes, along with spectacular sunsets over the ocean. While this hike is relatively short, it is steep and will give you a good workout. Not that you'll notice the sweat you're working up when you're enjoying the beauty of the Pacific Ocean and the rare Torrey Pines.

What are your favorite things to do in the fall in San Diego? Leave us a message in the comments below!

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