Things to Do March 13-18
Elvis Fest, St. Paddy's Day, and more
Female golfers share their love of the sport—and the post-game libations—at Women on Course’s Nine & Wine networking event at Rancho Bernardo Inn.
Meanwhile smoke and drink lovers get their swagger on at the swanky five-course Beer and Cigar Dinner at Stone Brewing Company. $94.01.
Comedienne Sandra Bernhard brings her satire to the cabaret-style Potiker Theatre stage in her new show I Love Being Me, Don’t You? $35 and up.
Cutting-edge graffiti art, stencil art, mixed media and photography meet fine surf fashion at The Art Show at Fowler’s in Solana Beach. The boutique comes alive with music by DJ hiXXen and art on display by some of San Diego’s best artists: Tocayo, Monstrinho, Charles Page, Christina Chomut and Chris Kepler. 6 to 10 p.m. www.fowlersurf.com
It’s a weekend of eclectic music options, as Pala Casino pays tribute to the King in its three-day contest, The Rockin’ Elvis Fest. $10 and up.
Fiddles and banjos rock the beat at The Old Town Temecula Bluegrass Festival.
Get lucky like the Irish at San Diego’s two biggest St. Patrick’s Day festivities: the free St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival—featuring a rollicking beer garden—at Balboa Park, and ShamROCK, a green-carpeted celebration in the Gaslamp. $35 and up.
Explore the architecture of early 20th century Bankers Hill on SOHO’s annual Historic Home Tour. $30 and up.
A century, a blockbuster film, and one Celine Dion megahit later, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at the San Diego Natural History Museum takes you on a historic tour through a timeless tragedy. Through September. $27.
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