San Diego Events in October 2011 October 9, 2011

PACIFIC BEACH WELLNESS presents local San Diego events in October. Visit us for a healthy breakfast, lunch or snack or join us for our Healthy Happy Hour Thursdays from 5 – 7 pm.  

San Diego Film Festival Sept. 28-Oct. 2 Co-founded by an award-winning filmmaker, SDFF offers a fresh take on film premieres from American and international features to thought-proving documentaries, short films and music videos. Gaslamp Theater: 701 5th Avenue. Natalie 619-582-2368 /

FLEET WEEK MCAS Miramar Air Show Sept. 30-Oct 2 The Navy’s Blue Angels and other amazing daredevil flights; plus demonstrations of the Air & Ground Task Force, Super Hornet, Shockley Jet Truck, and a vertical take-off & landing. 9am-4pm. Information desk (858) 577-1000 /

Old Town San Diego Art Festival Oct. 1-2 Take your friends on a stroll down San Diego Avenue as we fill the streets with over 100 contemporary artists from around the world. Old Town State Historic Park: 4002 Wallace St. Jenna Thompson 619-233-5008 /

San Diego Burrito Run Oct. 1 4-mile run with a rest stop at the half way mark where you will stop and receive a burrito. Proceeds provide food and clean water for persons in developing countries. 8-11am. E Mission Bay Park. $20-$30. Emily Wright (858) 277-8780 /

City of Encinitas 25th Anniversary Celebration Oct. 1 Live performances, community group exhibitors, displays of the City’s heavy equipment and fire trucks, food and more. 12-4pm. San Dieguito Heritage Museum: 450 Quail Gardens Drive. 760-633-2740 /

Remembrance Walk Oct. 2 Raises funds for low-income persons in need of hospice care. You’re welcome to join this walk in remembrance of family members, friends, and others who have died after a lengthy illness. 8-11am. Liberty Station. $35. Michele Brown (858) 458-2992 /

Taste & Stroll Oct. 2 This is an annual event held in the heart of the charming village of Del Mar. The event includes a FREE art stroll and a TICKETED restaurant taste. 10am-5pm. Camino Del Mar & 15th Street. 858-755-1179 /

Arts Alive on the Coastal Rail Trail Oct. 2 Live musicians, modern dance troupes, stilt theatre walkers, and visual artwork scattered about the Trail. 12-4pm. Highway 101 and Lomas Santa Fe, Solana Beach.

San Diego City College International Book Fair Oct. 3-8 Author readings and book signings. Free admission to all events. Open to the public. C Street and 14th, San Diego.

Walk To Cure Psoriasis Oct. 8 The purpose of this 5K and 1K walking event is to bring awareness and to obtain funding to help find a cure. 8-11:30am. East Mission Bay. $25. Andrea Koroqi (760) 803-1386 /

Fifth Avenue Auto Showcase Oct. 9 Get your walking shoes ready to enjoy an afternoon of exquisite automobiles. 11am-4pm. Fifth Avenue: K Street to E Street, Gaslamp Quarter. Natalie Gomez 619-233-5008 /

Little Italy FESTA! Oct. 9 Celebrates with Italian food and three stages of entertainment featuring an array of classic and current Italian-inspired music. 10am-6pm. Sandi Cottrell 619-615-1092 /

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Walk For Life Oct. 9 Persons who are pro-life are coming together to join others on a 2-mile walk where the proceeds will help pregnant women, women with infants, and small children. 1-4pm. East Mission Bay. Mary Pat Warner (858) 270-2491 /

Taste of Coronado Oct. 12 Food and and beverage samples will be served to participants. Trolley cars will transport attendees between businesses. Benefits SD Family Justice Center & Coronado SAFE. 5:30-9:30pm. 1100 Isabella Avenue. $35-$

Real Heroes Breakfast Oct. 13 Honors citizens in San Diego and Imperial Counties who have made a difference in their communities through individual acts of courage. 7:30-9:30am. USS Midway Museum: 910 North Harbor Drive. Teri Klemchuk 858-309-1200 /

Rockin’ the Station Oct. 14 Unite together to honor our firefighters, lifeguards, and paramedics. Monies raised will be used to fund much needed equipment, training, and technology for the SD Fire-Rescue Dept. 6-9pm. NTC Promenade at Liberty Station. 2651 Truxton

Buddy Walk Oct. 15 Celebrate Down syndrome Awareness Month in October and promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome. 9am. Spreckels Organ Pavilion: Balboa Park. Joyce Clark 619-594-7389 /

AFSP Out of the Darkness Walk Oct. 15 Proceeds from this walking event will benefit research and educational programs to help prevent suicide before it happens. 8am-12pm. East Mission Bay. Jennifer Brens (619) 957-5849 /

Chula Vista Centennial Celebration Oct. 15 The stage is set for the city of Chula Vista’s 100th birthday. Gate admission is free. US Olympic Training Center: 2800 Olympic Parkway.

Del Mar Mud Run Oct. 15 The 5K course runs through the Del Mar Fairgrounds and is followed by a mud fest after party! 8am-5pm. Del Mar Race Track: 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Keith Cunningham (858) 273-3485 /

Coronado Home & Garden Tour Oct. 16 Six fabulous and unique homes and one very special garden that exemplify the creative and original style of their owners. Benefits PAWS of Coronado. $25. 11am-4pm. Bandel Park: Alameda & 10th Street. Norm Funk 619-522-9011 /

Walk to D’ Feet ALS Oct. 16 5K walk at scenic E Mission Bay. Donations are used to fund research programs that help to fight against a disease known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease). 7:30am- 12pm. Tom Courtney (858) 271-5547 /

Golf Classic Pro-Am Tournament Oct. 19 Enjoy a fun-filled day of golf with a San Diego PGA Member, entertaining contests, activities and great food while supporting a worthwhile cause. 10am-5:30pm. Sycuan Resort: 3007 Dehesa Road, El Cajon. Rachel Wood 619-938-2854 /

La Jolla Gallery, Wine Walk & Taste Oct. 20 Take a tour of over 15 of La Jolla’s most prominent galleries showcasing internationally-celebrated art, while enjoying various tantalizing samples of crisp white and bold red wines. 5-9pm. La Jolla Village. Natalie Gomez 619-233-5008 /

Borrego Days Desert Festival Oct. 21-23 Friends and family will gather for this three day local tradition to enjoy a little sliver of Americana! 11am-3pm. 786 Palm Canyon Dr. 800-559-5524 /

Street Beat: A Theatrical Drum & Dance Show Oct. 22 Using household items and found objects for drums and percussion, Street Beat merges African, Cuban, Latin, West African and jazz rhythms for a show of remarkable theatricality. 8-10:30pm. Poway Center for the Performing Arts: 15498 Espola Road.

NephCure Foundation Walk Oct. 23 A 2-mile walk has been organized to bring awareness of Nephrotic Syndrome and to obtain funds for research, education, and patient support. 7am-12pm. Lake Murray. Julie Coppin (818) 594-5000 /

Monster Bash 2011 Oct. 29 Come party with some of San Diego’s goblins and ghouls at the biggest Halloween Bash in the City! $30 in advance and $35 at the door. 6pm. Gaslamp Quarter: 7th Avenue and Market Street. Natalie Gomez 619-233-5008 /


jim October 14th, 2011

Totally fun happy hour on Thursday night. Looking forward to the Surf Event on Oct. 15th at Law St. and the Beach.

San Diego Herbalife

jim December 27th, 2011

Happy New Year- Pacific Beach Wellness and San Diego Herbalife are partnering together for 2012!!! Personal Trainers Wanted – work from our Pacific beach location and earn extra income. San Diego Wellness Coaches needed- contact Jim at 858-456-9090.

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