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Things to Do: September 21-27

The best events in San Diego this week



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Chef’s Catch Dinner Series at Ironside Fish & Oyster | Photo by Sam Wells

September 22:

Get fresh with visiting chef Bill Kim of Chicago at the Chef’s Catch Dinner Series at Ironside Fish & Oyster.

September 23:

Pair a four-course dinner with craft cocktails at Firehouse American Eatery + Lounge’s first Tequila Dinner of the season.

September 25:

Giddyup to North County for eight seconds of Poway Rodeo action.

September 26:

Celebrate the sea at the two-day Oceanside Harbor Days festival.

Hit the streets of Normal Heights and Kensington for the Adams Avenue Street Fair.

Get your fitness on military style at the 14th annual MCRD Bootcamp Challenge.

Celebrate all things bicycle with parades, entertainment, and beer at New Belgium Brewing’s Tour de Fat.

Head to the waterfront for the 5th annual San Diego Blues Festival, benefiting the San Diego Food Bank.

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