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Things to Do in San Diego: November 13-19

From food festivals to holiday celebrations — here are 9 events you don't want to miss this week



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November 15: World Eats

November 14:

Catch live performances from the season 14 cast of So You Think You Can Dance as they take the stage at San Diego Civic Theatre.
 

November 15:

Celebrate San Diego’s diverse cuisines alongside craft beer, cocktails, and live entertainment during San Diego Magazine’s inaugural World Eats event at the Museum of Contemporary Art downtown.
 

November 16:

Slurp your way through the second annual San Diego Ramen Festival at Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier.
 

November 16:

Laugh with beloved humor writer David Sedaris at Balboa Theatre, and stay for a post-performance book signing.
 

November 17:

Stand-up comedian Brian Regan will keep all age groups chuckling at Balboa Theatre.
 

November 17:

Hunt for treasures at the three-day Del Mar Antique Show & Sale at Del Mar Fairgrounds.
 

November 18:

See one soldier’s story unfold through a musical correspondence with his daughter in For the Sender: Love Letters from Vietnam at Poway Center for the Performing Arts.
 

November 19:

Families are invited to get festive in the name of supporting education at the 71st annual Mother Goose Parade in El Cajon.
 

November 19:

Visit the Encinitas Holiday Street Fair for arts and crafts, children’s rides, entertainment, and refreshments along South Coast Highway 101.

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