Find out what to do in La Jolla today or the best events happening when you visit later in the year. Our event calendar features festivals, concerts, parades, classes, museum exhibits, food and wine tastings at restaurants and much more. Share your photos and posts using #LaJollaLove!
Come taste who makes the best BBQ in La Jolla! Or, you can enter, too!
Join Prince Chapel in a day of food, fun, fellowship & music!
For more information, contact 858-459-0271.
Dine at a discount as nearly 200 participating restaurants throughout the county offer prix fixe lunch and dinner menus! Admission ranges from $10-20 for lunch, and $20-50 for dinner.
Visit www.sandiegorestaurantweek.com to find all of the locations, prices, and offerings.
The following restaurants in La Jolla Village are participating:
Cafe La Rue
Chedi Thai Bistro
George's California Modern
George's Ocean Terrace
Roppongi Restaurant & Sushi Bar
The Hake Kitchen & Bar
The Marine Room
The Shores Restaurant
Fashion Week San Diego ® is a traditional fashion week to celebrate fashion & beauty industries by showcasing and highlighting the pulse of these entrepreneurs and what they are creating. Fashion Week San Diego is not just a week of runway shows, but a whole year of events. Check out the calendar. - See more at: http://fashionweeksd.com/#sthash.ErinH52c.dpuf
Fashion Week San Diego® takes an innovative and progressive approach to traditional fashion weeks by being open to the fashion industry & general public. This creates a fruitful environment for our emerging designers and can help create demand by the consumer. - See more at: http://fashionweeksd.com/#sthash.ErinH52c.dpuf
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The 2015 La Jolla Art & Wine Festival returns to La Jolla for its seventh annual season on October 10th and 11th in the heart of the village, on Girard Ave, between Prospect Street & Torrey Pines Road. This two-day juried art show and fundraiser has quickly garnered a reputation as one of the most prestigious art & wine festivals in Southern California. The La Jolla Art & Wine Festival is free and open to the public.
Featuring the works of over 150 established artists from San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, Baja and beyond, the LJAWF features something for everyone including a silent auction, roving entertainment, a gourmet marketplace, the family art center and a wine and beer garden which will include premier wineries in addition to San Diego’s top breweries.
The festival was originally created by Friends of La Jolla Elementary, founders of the La Jolla Open Aire Market, and has most recently garnered the support and established a partnership with the La Jolla Village Merchants Association. All profits raised benefit underfunded programs such as art, music, science, physical education, technology, and on-site medical care at local public elementary and middle schools. Since launching in 2009, the LJAWF has raised over $338,000.
Saturday, October 10, 10am-7pm
Sunday, October 11, 10am-6pm
SAVE THE DATE!
The "So Fine On Kline" block party is set for this November 8th, on Kline Street, between Girard and Ivanhoe Avenues.
Activities for children will include jumpers, tall slides, pony rides, petting zoo and art projects. For the adults, there will be a beer garden, food, a 50/50 raffle (winner takes home 50 percent of event proceeds), and music from artists TBD.
Free admission. For more information or to get involved, please email TSouza@san.rr.com
1/28-31/16: Farmers Insurance Open
Torrey Pines Golf Course
Seven-time champion Tiger Woods and other top players on the PGA Tour compete in this annual golf tournament while also raising money for local at-risk youth and military families.
It is fitting that when translated into Spanish, La Jolla means “the jewel,” because La Jolla truly is the diamond of the West Coast. La Jolla has become the embodiment of luxury, class and style in San Diego. The chic allure of La Jolla’s avenues has drawn the finest automobiles to this coastal town for the tenth year at the La Jolla Concours d’Elegance and The La Jolla Motor Car Classic at the Concours.
The La Jolla Concours d’Elegance features various types of fine automobile gems. Past years have showcased horseless carriages, Italian marques, British marques, Woodies, 50’s classics, American sports cars (with a salute to GM on their 100th anniversary), and the automobiles of Carroll Shelby. Spectators from all over the nation come to the breathtaking shores of La Jolla to view their favorite classics. This year, the La Jolla Concours d’Elegance will be tipping its hat to some of the world’s finest Classics: Rolls Royce, Bentley, Bugatti, Cadillac, and of course Duesenberg. We hope once again that if diamonds are forever, then cars are timeless.
According to Webster, “Concours” comes from the French, and means “a crowd or confluence of things; also a park promenade.” The term conjures up romantic visions of beautiful women in haute couture in a park-like setting surrounded by sparkling coaches, glistening groomed horses, gorgeous flowers, champagne, fine art and sculpture, and later, by the finest automotive art.