Time for a food tour, luxury watch exhibit and more – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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This week we’re highlighting a wide range of activities, including art and film exhibits and a chance to see watches that function like a work of art.

Taste of Italy food tour

Save your appetite for the Taste of Italy Food tour Monday, where you’ll get to try different Italian delicacies in the neighborhood. Take a stroll down the historic streets while visiting restaurants that highlight different regions of Italy and enjoy their meals. Hear stories of how recipes were created while you enjoy mouth-watering dishes.

Tickets are $79.95. The tour is from 4 to 7 p.m. and comfortable shoes are recommended.

Visit littleitalysd.com.

Top Gun watches exhibition

Watch enthusiasts will be excited to know the IWC Top Gun exhibition will be visiting San Diego from Wednesday to Oct. 17 in the Palm Plaza at Westfield UTC shopping center.

The IWC Big Pilot Exhibition has taken place in more than 30 cities in seven countries since it launched in 2021, including eight cities across the United States. This year, it returns with a new show highlighting Top Gun Pilot’s watches.

Co-hosted by the Swiss luxury watchmaker’s partner CJ Charles, the new exhibition showcases IWC’s cutting-edge technology, along with stunning industrial style and high-tech expertise. The event is open to the public and attendees can schedule a guided exhibition on the company’s website.

Visit iwc.com/en/articles/journal/iwc-roadshow-us.html.

Art at Liberty Station

The San Diego Watercolor Society is putting on its 42nd International Exhibition juried by Linda Daley Baker, an award-winning artist, at its Liberty Station gallery until Oct. 31. More than 95 original water-based paintings will be on display by artists from all over the world. Admission is free.

The gallery is at 2825 Dewey Rd, Suite 105.

Visit www.sdws.org.

Old Town fiesta honors dead

Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is getting an early start at Old Town’s Fiesta de Reyes running from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily through Nov. 2.

The free, family-friendly event will honor the rich culture behind the Latinx festivity with face painters, art demonstrations, over 50 displays of catrinas and altars, all in a marigold-decorated venue that makes up the historic park.

Live entertainment is also on the itinerary, as well as special menus at local restaurants. The party starts on 2754 Calhoun Street.

Visit www.fiestadereyes.com.

Bollywood filmmaker Aditya Chopra’s, vibrant and upbeat “Come Fall in Love — The DDLJ Musical,” is wrapping up its run at the Old Globe Theatre on Oct. 16 but there’s still time to catch a show.

The musical adaptation of the romantic-comedy film, “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,” tells the story of Simran, a young Indian-American woman, who’s set to have an arranged marriage in India but falls in love with a charming American during her summer in Europe.

Tickets start at $52.

Visit theoldglobe.com.

African American history

From now until Oct. 23, the first floor of the Central Library downtown will be filled with artwork from a new exhibit titled “We Are Not Strangers Here: African American Histories in Rural California.”

Free and open to the public during the library’s hours, the collection explores the history of and relationship between African Americans and rural California.

The artwork tells the stories of black farmers, ranchers, and rural residents to “help challenge myths about early California and create new narratives about freedom, self-governance, and civic culture.”

The library is at 330 Park Blvd. and is open from 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays, and from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

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