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Things to Do: January 16-22

From coffee and playwrights to a march for equality—here are 9 events you don't want to miss in San Diego this week



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January 21: 1 Wave Challenge

January 17:

Shen Yun brings ancient Chinese folklore and traditions to life at California Center for the Arts, Escondido (through January 22).

January 19:

Get a sneak peek of future talent at The Old Globe’s Plays by Young Writers Festival (through January 29).

January 20:

Ring in the Year of the Rooster during the three-day San Diego Lunar New Year Têt Festival at Qualcomm Stadium.

Sample San Diego's best coffee from over 25 participating roasters and cafes during the three-day Caffeine Crawl.

January 21:

Show your solidarity for equality during two separate events: San Diego’s satellite event of the national Women’s March on Washington, and the opening reception of the Nasty Women Art Exhibition.

Jazz, blues, vaudeville, and other Big Easy-derived music styles come together when the New Orleans Swamp Donkeys take the stage at The Loft at UCSD.

Head to La Jolla Shores to watch (or participate in) the 1 Wave Challenge, where San Diego surfers are attempting to break the world record for most surfers on a single wave.

Celebrate the famous Scottish bard with live music and a three-course dinner during the annual Robert Burns Supper at The Ranch at Bandy Canyon.

Bring your little ones to the Fleet Science Center for the fun and educational Secret Science of Toys Festival.

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