Things to Do in March

March is upon us...what's going on around town?

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NEW YORK - MARCH 17: John English (L) and Liam Finn from Ireland look on during the 248th annual St. Patrick's Day parade March 17, 2009 in New York City. The parade honors the patron saint of Irleand and marched for the first time on March 17, 1762, fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
MARCH 2 -31-- Take in views of the beautiful coast side while tasting some of the best wines California has to offer during the Coaster Train Wine Tour. Tickets for the green traveling event are priced at $88 per person and the tour welcomes wine aficionados, food lovers, singles, couples and more. Get more info here.
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Grab a couple of your friends and gear up for a fun evening for VAVi Kickball events which happen every Fridays in Ocean Beach in March. Think you've still got your school yard skills? Then you can take a chance at being the winner of the night every Friday until May 6. Tickets are on sale here.
MARCH (All Month)-- Folkloric performs, outdoor dramas, music and shows is what you'll get during Fiesta de Reyes in Old Town all March long. The event spotlights rich culture and heritage and will happen every evening of the week from 5:30 until 8 in Old Town.
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MARCH (All Month)- Spend a "Friday at the Fleet". Moviegoers can watch an IMAX movie in 3-D for only $8.50 at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center every Friday night. You can catch up to two more films for only 5 bucks.
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Get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with a special 3-hour beer and food tour. For $67.50 a person you will enjoy a one mile walking tour of La Jolla with 5 tasty stops serving burgers, pizza and sandwich pairings. This special tour runs everyday in March. Click here for more information.
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MARCH (All month): Step into the salsa spirit for at Salsa Central where you can show off your dance moves free of charge. The event happens every Monday at Ciao Bella Caffe Bar e Ristorante in La Mesa.
Dana Point Festival of Whales
MARCH (All Month) - Enjoy a whale watching on board of a Hornblower Cruises ship. The season started in December and runs all the way until April 17th. Tickets for adults are $34 and kids are only $17 ( under 3 years old are free) during the week. Purchase tickets here.
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