Things to Do: Sept. 26-30
San Diego's best events this week
Steampunk exhibit at the San Diego Automotive Museum and singer, Bebel Gilberto
Break up the workweek with a guided hiking tour through the Living Coast Discovery Center’s breathtaking lagoon, aviary, and garden exhibits. Starting at 2 p.m. sharp!
Soulful singer Bebel Gilberto brings Brazilian bossa nova to the Belly Up.
Film fans take over the Gaslamp for the screenings, panels, and of course, parties, at the five-day San Diego Film Festival.
Meat lovers get their grub on at the Whole Animal Dinner and Coronado Brewing Company pairing at Jsix at Hotel Solamar.
The Grand Del Mar’s mixologist, Adrian Biggs, gives a lesson in the Art of Making Cocktails featuring fall ingredients, paired with small bites from chef Camron Woods.
Join motocross riders, art exhibitors, youth groups, and service clubs in a celebration of the Bonita community at the “Wild West” Bonitafest at Bonnie Brae Shopping Center.
The San Diego Automotive Museum wows with its new Steampunk exhibit. Get decked out in your Victorian best at the museum’s Victorian Moments: A Steampunk Event.
Normal Heights rocks out to 70 bands on six stages at the Adams Avenue Street Fair.
Get politically involved and informed at Voice of San Diego's Politifest 2012.
Oceanside Harbor Days features local bands, arts and crafts, food, and roaming pirates.
For two weekends in a row, East County celebrates like the streets of Germany at the traditional Oktoberfest El Cajon.
The Range Kitchen & Cocktails in Hillcrest is hosting the post brunch for the AIDS Walk & Run San Diego with live music & $10 bottomless mimosas.