It is the Year of the Water Snake (or Dragon), which is one of the most revered animals in the Chinese Zodiac, and people born in this year are thought to be very lucky. The Chinese New Year Food & Cultural fair is packed with various cultural performance including lion dancers, martial arts demonstrations and acrobatics, children’s crafts, lantern parade and a wide variety of Chinese and Asian food booths.
The San Diego Tết Festival promises fun for whole the family with such activities as carnival rides and games, authentic Vietnamese food, lion dancing, firecrackers, and a Cultural Village to immerse yourself in Vietnamese life.
This year’s films explore many facets of contemporary Jewish life: the arts, history, politics, and personalities. The films also reflect the Jewish identity in the context of the world at large with all of the issues, challenges and rewards that come with it. New York is a sub-theme of this year’s festival with music that thrives in the Big Apple from Julliard to the Bowery, the cacophony of political life and personalities, the visual images captured from immigrant life, the theatre and more.
This year is the 40th Anniversary of the California Open Wildlife Art Festival! The exhibition and competition attracts top carvers, wildlife artists and art lovers from all over the United States, Canada, Russia and Japan.
Bio: The official tourism blog of San Diego from the San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau. San Diego may be known as a place for endless summers, but this is the time of year when the region shines with possibilities.