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Unique Ways to Celebrate Valentine's Day in San Diego



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    Looking for a new way -- aside from chocolates and flowers -- to share Valentine’s Day this year with your partner in crime?

    The Headquarters, the revitalized former San Diego Police headquarters in downtown San Diego, is hosting such a unique Valentine’s Day bash it’s criminal. It will include an outdoor showing of the classic movie, “Bonnie & Clyde,” along with picture-taking in the 1939 jail cells.

    Come early for cocktails and chocolates and bring a chair or blanket for the screening. The movie starts at 6 p.m. Friday and the best part is that it’s free.

    If you and your special someone aren’t the lawless bunch, there are plenty other unique ways to share your love on Valentine’s Day.

    Here are a few other ideas:

    Vowentine’s Day at The Del: Were you married at the Hotel Del Coronado? If so, you can renew your vows in a special ceremony in the hotel’s Crown Room on Valentine’s Day. The event costs $400 per couple and includes a bouquet and boutineer, a three-course dinner and cake, dancing and a photo. More details here.

    Paper-cutting workshop: Craft the perfect Valentine for your Valentine by taking this art of paper cutting workshop at the San Diego Museum of Art. San Diego artist Bhavna Mehta will show off his unique style for designing and creating paper cards. The workshop costs $45 for members and $55 for nonmembers.

    Five-course fondue: Head to The Melting Pot in the Gaslamp Quarter on Friday between 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. for five courses of fondue! This event features a prix-fixe menu.

    Couples Acro Yoga: Don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day by eating chocolate. Burn those calories with a Couple Connection Acro Yoga Class at 2 p.m. Feb. 14 at Grotto Climbing, 4460 Alvarado Canyon (just east of Qualcomm Stadium). For more information, call 619-283-2105.

    Life-sized Cards: Take a family photo behind a life-size, heart-shaped cutout Valentine's Day card created by Legoland. You can get your picture taken at the Palm Plaza at Westfield UTC on Thursday and Friday between noon and 3 p.m.