As bad weather brews, 5 indoor events in San Diego this weekend | Aug. 18-20
With San Diego on Hurricane Hilary watch, it's not likely to be the best weekend for outdoor activities.
- Yes, but: There are plenty of fun indoor events around the city.
Watch Spain vs. England in the 2023 Women's World Cup final at Shakespeare Pub with a buffet-style traditional British breakfast.
When and where: 3am kickoff Sunday at 3701 India St. in Mission Hills
- Cost: $30; reservations required
- Plus, San Diego Wave players face off in the Australia vs. Sweden third place match at 1am Saturday.
It's the final weekend to catch this "lighthearted, high-energy, and zany comedy" at The Old Globe in Balboa Park that's better than the book you didn't actually read in high school.
- When and where: Evening and afternoon shows Friday-Sunday; Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre at 1363 Old Globe Way
- Cost: $92+
Bring the kids to the San Diego Model Railroad Museum for "Thomas & Friends" displays and activities, including a scavenger hunt, crafts and live music.
- When and where: 10am-4pm at the museum in Balboa Park at 1649 El Prado
- Cost: $19.50 for adults, free for kids under 12
Enjoy "The Art of Flamenco" performance while feasting on a three-course Spanish paella dinner at Cafe Sevilla.
- When and where: 6:30pm Saturday night at 353 Fifth Ave. in Gaslamp
- Cost: $89.50
Calling all book lovers to The San Diego Union-Tribune's 7th Annual Festival of Books, featuring award-winning authors, workshops and live entertainment.
- When and where: 10am-4pm Saturday at University of San Diego campus
- Cost: $3 tickets for most sessions
📺 Lazy day at home
Bad weather is a great excuse to stock up on your favorite snacks, stay in your pjs and check out these new shows streaming on Hulu, Netflix, Disney+ and more.
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