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23 Jan 2017
Encinitas Wellness Week
The Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association kicks off its 7th Annual Wellness Week with a Wellness Festival at the Encinitas Library on Saturday, January 21. Peruse dozens of exhibitors offering product demos and samples, and take advantage of free health screenings, mini-treatments, and educational workshops. There will be something of interest for all ages. Then, through January 27, enjoy free classes, treatments, consultations, and presentations, as well as other community events, including a Wellness Week Happy Hour and the Tibetan Bowl and Gong concert
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15 Jan 2017
Carlsbad Marathon & Half
The Carlsbad Marathon & Half is back! January 15. The out-and-back marathon course is gently rolling, with much of it is along the beautiful Pacific Ocean. The highest point of elevation is 308 feet above sea level reached gradually between miles 5 and 9 (click here for course map). The race starts at the Shoppes at Carlsbad. It begins by passing the Buena Vista Lagoon in the early miles, setting the event's naturalistic tone. The course and surroundings soon pick up the beat as participants make their way through spectator-packed Carlsbad Village, a quaint but popular mix of restaurants, shops and hotels. Mile three exposes stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, providing an inspiring sight and gorgeous backdrop as rolling hills carry runners and walkers past sandy beaches and rolling surf. Participants head east on Palomar Airport Road for a 3-mile trip inland, then out to the coast and south on Carlsbad Boulevard (Highway 101) to a U-turn at La Costa Avenue, then back up the coast to the finish line. Need to know what roads are closed? Click here!
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13 Jan 2017
MLK Day Parade
Join all the celebrations on Harbor Drive for the 37th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade. This celebration honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through numerous universities, community organizations and individuals and families who want to recognize his legacy. The parade is filled with floats, soulful high school bands, drill teams, colleges, fraternities and sororities, churches, youth groups and much more. The parade is coordinated by the Zeta Sigma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, the oldest Black fraternity in America, founded in 1906.
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