Things to Do: February 11-17
What's happening this week around San Diego
The San Diego Jewish Film Festival presents 10 days of films about the Jewish experience, February 7–17.
Don your beads and channel Bourbon Street debauchery at Mardi Gras in the Gaslamp.
The Russian National Ballet Theatre presents Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet at Copley Symphony Hall.
If you’ve never done a holiday at the Del, here’s your chance to woo that special someone with a Valentine’s Day to remember at the Sweetheart Ball.
Combine hilarious antics and unparalleled athleticism and you’ve got the Harlem Globetrotters on the hard court at Valley View Casino Center.
Proof that the Rasta revolution is still going strong: Tribute to the Reggae Legends on the Bay at the Port Pavilion at Broadway Pier.
Wine, Cheese, and Chocolate—need we say more?—at Sbicca Del Mar.
Party like it’s 4711 as the Year of the Snake slithers into San Diego at the two-day Chinese New Year Food and Cultural Fair.
Hit the diamond with the pros at Petco Park for a day of instruction during the Padres Free Coaches Clinic.