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Things To Do This Weekend: 1/27- 1/29

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Thursday- Sunday

Watch world-class golfers at the four-day Farmers Insurance Open, and check out the $12.6-million renovation of Torrey Pines’ North Course.

Gates open at 7am Thurs-Sunday, click link for full schedule


Torrey Pines Golf Course

2800 Torrey Pines Scenic Drive

La Jolla, CA 92037

San Diego’s prestigious PGA Tour golf tournament played at the scenic Torrey Pines Golf Course, returns to the links this weekend. Gates open each day at 7am, with fun post-play parties later in the day. Several ticket options are available, depending on which day you want to head to the green, and what you want to do (mingling, eating, drinking) when you get there. Bonus: Tiger Woods will make his 2017 debut, and first official PGA start since 2015 at the tournament.


Price varies.


For more information, visit the Farmers Insurance Open’s website by clicking here.



Friday- Sunday

Thinking about doing some updating at home? Check out Home Shows USA!

January 27-29, 2017  10:00am-5:00pm


Del Mar Fair Grounds

2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd

Del Mar, CA


Come get inspired and get some tips from the pros to turn your home into your dream home.


Admission is free, parking $13 per car (cash only).

Kick off 2017 with a weekend of zen at San Diego Yoga Festival

January 27-29, 2017

Events going on all day, see schedule.

Celebrate and honor all of the yoga and holistic health that shines bright in So-Cal! This three-day festival includes powerful and transformative classes, workshops, CEUs and certification classes covering all styles and specialties of yoga. Over 100 classes will be offered in doors, on the beach, pier, overlooking the breathtaking Sunset Cliffs, and in the ocean!

This family friendly event and has various ticket options.

Friday

Join San Diego Magazine in celebrating the city’s brightest minds and most innovative thinkers at the annual Big Ideas Party

Friday, January 27, 2017

6:00-8:30pm

 

Farmer & The Seahorse

10996 Torreyana Rd

San Diego, CA 92121


Want to learn how San Diego is using urban planning for our ocean? Quickly developing affordable drugs? Addressing childhood stress in school curricula? Making it possible to live in Little Italy for $1,500 a month? Join us for fascinating discussions and mingle among our idea labs where the big ideas come to life through interactive displays.

 

Price per person, $70: includes hosted food and drink, parking, panel presentation, and one-year subscription to San Diego Magazine.


21+ event

Saturday

Join in on the Eco Wellness Retreat for a day full of health and wellness that you can carry throughout 2017! 

January 28, 2017

8:00 am-5:00pm

 

Pier South Resort

800 Seacoast Dr

Imperial Beach, CA 91932

 

This All-Day Event will Feature SEA180 Breakfast Food Tastings, Fitness & Nutrition Tips and Plans, Dames' Spa Massage Tune-Ups, Fitness Classes, Bike Tours, Massage Classes, Sustainable Wellness Techniques, and More!

 

This is now a free event! Trust us, we called to confirm as there are several places to purchase tickets online. 

Sunday

Bring out your bike to participate in this charity event, The Recovery Ride!

January 29, 2017

Check-in at 7:00 am

 

Swiss Park

2001 Main Street

Chula Vista, CA 91911

 

The Recovery Ride aims to connect our love of cycling with our commitment to recovery of any kind. Whether a casual or recreational cyclist, or training for something more serious, our three route lengths (12/25/40 mile) will satisfy one and all.


This event benefits Stepping Stone of San Diego, an organization which helps those struggling with addiction find a new, positive direction in their lives. Registration starts at $35.

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