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Thursday | 26

Food trucks

Food trucks

Food Trucks, Cornhole, And Live Music

Gourmet food from over a dozen of San Diego’s food trucks, live entertainment, holiday light display, and activities for families on the plaza: giant checkers, hula hoops, bowling, cornhole, and giant tumbling blocks. From 4 pm to 7 pm musical groups perform in the Plaza de Panama. This year’s bands are Carmen Murray Jazz Trio (12/26), Finnegan Blue (12/27), Theo and the Zydeco Patrol (12/28), Sue Palmer (12/29), and the Bayou Brothers (12/30). Some museums are open extended hours, and local organizations offer booth games.

Friday | 27

Tango Festival

Tango Festival

San Diego Tango Festival

Tango Festival

Five days of workshops, milongas (tango dance parties), and DJs. Promoted as a festival to “take tango seriously, but not TOO seriously,” dancers are promised a professional atmosphere in regards to crowd flow on the dance floor. There are four beginners’ evening classes over the weekend and a free intro class on Friday. This year, there will be a NYE milonga ending at 6 am.

Kumeyaay Rock Art

Kumeyaay Rock Art

Past Event

Kumeyaay Rock Art in the San Diego Region

Kumeyaay Rock Art In San Diego

Dr. Don Liponi presents ancient Kumeyaay pictographs in the San Diego region. He will delve into Shamanic world of the Kumeyaay people. The author is part of a group of Native Americans, archaeologists and photographers working on this project.

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