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8 Ways to Recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month in San Diego

Cycling, rowing and beer fundraisers, plus free mammograms and educational events


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Row for the Cure

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and San Diego is going pink to raise money for those fighting a diagnosis. Grab your paddleboard, motorcycle, and appetite—here are eight ways to take action.

 

18th Annual Row for the Cure

Row your way to a cure on a competitive 4.5-kilometer course and a brand-new beginner course. All forms of rowers are welcome—outrigger canoeing, dragon boats, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding. Money raised will benefit Susan G. Komen San Diego.

Price: $30 per single rower 

Date and Time: October 13, 5:30 a.m.–12 p.m.

Location: North Ski Beach, 1600 Vacation Road, Mission Bay

 

The Wine Pub’s Bike for Boobs

All levels of biking enthusiasts are welcome to join The Wine Pub in their Bike for Boobs event, which has an extended road ride and a more leisurely group ride. Dress up in pink tutus and get ready for delicious drinks, appetizers, and live music after the ride is complete. All proceeds go to the Shades of Pink Foundation.

Price: Suggested $25 donation

Date and Time: October 14, 2 p.m.

Location: 2907 Shelter Island Drive, Shelter Island

 

Dine Out for the Cure

Save your appetite to “Dine Out for the Cure,” when more than 30 restaurants, bakeries, and coffeehouses all over San Diego County are donating 10–25 percent of the day’s proceeds to Susan G. Komen San Diego. 

Price: Varies

Date: October 18

Location: Visit komensandiego.org/dineout for the most up-to-date list of eateries participating.

 

Free Mammograms and Educational Event at City of Hope International Church

Stop by for a free mammogram and breast health education, as well as live entertainment and a free lunch! RSVP or walk-ins welcome.

Price: Free

Date and Time: October 21, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.

Location: City of Hope International Church, 4999 Holly Drive, National City

 

Barons Market’s Backroom Beer Pairing

Barons Market and Abnormal Beer Co. pair up once again for their quarterly speakeasy event featuring bites and brews—but this month, 100 percent of the proceeds go to Breast Cancer Prevention Partners.

Price: $15 per person

Date and Time: October 24, 6–8 p.m.

Location: San Diego and Temecula Valley Barons Market’s Locations

 

¡Vivas las Tatas!

Café Coyote, Old Town Trolley Tours, and Frida Kahlo Tequila will be hosting a fun-filled fiesta to raise money for the American Cancer Society in San Diego. Feast on the unlimited taco bar, sip margaritas, enjoy the Latin music, and more.

Price: $20 per person

Date and Time: October 25, 7 p.m.–9:30 p.m.

Location: Café Coyote, 2461 San Diego Avenue, Old Town

 

Cancer Can Kiss My Axe Breast Cancer Motorcycle Fundraiser

Ride from San Diego Harley-Davidson to Barrel Harbor Brewery in Vista for a good cause. Money raised will support the Cancer Can Kiss My Axe walking team at the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk. Barrel Harbor Brewing will host a party after the ride that includes food, drinks, live entertainment, and raffle prizes.

Price: $35 per rider ($40 after October 13)

Date and Time: October 27, 10 a.m.

Location: 5555 Kearny Villa Road, Kearny Mesa

 

2018 Komen San Diego Race for the Cure 5K and 1-Mile Walk

Walk or run through Balboa Park in support of those fighting against breast cancer. You can join as a single or form a team, and you have the opportunity to fundraise before the race begins to make an even bigger impact.

Price: $40 per adult, $30 per child

Date: November 4, 6:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

Location: Sixth Avenue and Palm Street, Balboa Park

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