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On Saturday January 17 and Sunday January 18 from 10am to 4:30pm, head to The Cabrillo National Monument for their 28th annual Whale Watch Weekend and Intertidal Life Festival! Learn about the importance of protecting our oceans while whale watching from one of the most premiere spots in San Diego. The two-day festival will include marine awareness education, whale watching, tide pool exploration, programs on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, and interactive storytelling sessions about the tides and sea life for the kids.
Whale watching, book signings, and even dragons are featured in the week ahead! Take advantage of the free and exciting events happening in La Jolla and around San Diego. Here is a brief look to help give you and your family creative ideas:
Patrick Ness – The Crane Wife
When: Monday, January 27th – 7:30PM
What: Join award-winning author Patrick Ness as he discusses his most recent novel, The Crane Wife. Ness will also be signing copies of the book during the event. To reserve your seat, call Warwick’s at (858) 454-0347 to purchase.
When: Twice Daily Cruises: 9:30AM-1:00PM & 1:30PM-5:00PM
Where: Hornblower Cruises & Events
What: We are right in the middle of San Diego’s famous whale watching season! Take advantage of our cities’ seaside location and take the entire family for a fun filled day on the ocean! Catch whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea birds, and a plethora of other marine sea creatures on your excursion. Tickets range from $38-$43.