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Things to Do: January 13-19

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Central Library homework coach

January 14

The new Central Library is holding a “homework coach” recruiting event and open house. At the event, a librarian will teach families and kids from all over San Diego to how to use the new Union Bank Homework Center and also recruit dedicated volunteer homework coaches to help kids in the new center. The center provides students with materials, assistance and technology needed to complete their school assignments successfully. 1-5pm,  330 Park Blvd. San Diego, CA 92101. (Children are welcome.)

January 16:

It’s not drinking, it’s education: The Museum of Man’s BEERology exhibit teaches about Ancient Ales while offering samples of today’s modern brew marvels.

Ballroom with a TwistBallroom with a Twist

January 17:

Salsa, samba, cha-cha, oh my! A cast of international dancers heats up the floor at Copley Symphony Hall in Ballroom with a Twist.

January 18:

Long before there was Glee, there was The Harvard Glee Club, America’s oldest continuing chorale ensemble, dating back to 1858. See today’s troupe at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

Carlsbad Marathon and Half MarathonCarlsbad Marathon and Half Marathon

January 19:

Fast and scenic, the coastal Carlsbad Marathon and Half Marathon attract runners from all over the world and the athletic spectrum.

 

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