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DIY Soap & Candle Making & Pizza Potluck | SF
Come join EcoSF’s Bakers Alley at the School Farm for a day of practical kitchen magic as we turn lye and vegetable oils into luscious and healthy soap scented with essential oils, and all made off the grid with pedal power and solar heating.
We’ll also show how ...
Free Concert: Bobby Joe Ebola’s Satiric Folk Rock | Berkeley
On November 25, at 1pm, Bobby Joe Ebola will be performing live at Rasputin Berkeley, in celebration of their new “Bone Dagger” 7″
Bobby Joe Ebola and The Children MacNuggits began in 1995, in a trash-strewn fast-food parking lot in Pinole, CA. Guitarist Dan Abbott and ...
49ers Game Watch & Food Truck Party | SoMa
Come watch the Niners beat the Saints at 2012’s first 49ers Food Truck Tailgating Party. We’ve got food trucks, a big 70 inch screen, tailgating games like cornhole, beer pong and disc golf, cheap beer, giveaways and more.
FUNCHEAP 49ERS TAILGATE GAME WATCH PARTY
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Free Concert: Bird Call’s Vocal, Ethereal Electronica | Berkeley
Born in a small, hippie suburb just north of San Francisco, Angelicola, half Guatemalan and half Italian, grew up listening in on her mother’s bossa nova band rehearsals and taking the stage in front of the fireplace to entertain her parents’ guests through her plastic ...
Underground Films: “The Shakers” (1984) 16mm/Sound | Berkeley
The Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to God is Ken Burns’s second film, released in 1984. Narrated by David McCullough, this hour-long documentary features interviews with several living Shakers and with historians and philosophers.
Ken Burns has said that he chose the topic of the Shakers ...
Feminista Comedy Night | Hayes Valley
There’s this silly notion that women aren’t funny and Hella Gay Comedy is out to dispel that myth by gathering some of the Bay Area’s funny ladies for a night of laughter and empowerment.
The show is normally $10, but you can get in free if you mention ...
“Heart of the City” Sunday Farmers Market | UN Plaza
Heart of the City Farmers Market is a uniquely independent, farmer-operated, nonprofit farmers market located year round on Sundays and Wednesdays in San Francisco’s United Nations Plaza, rain or shine. Nearly 30 local farmers and artisan food vendors provide a wide selection of fresh local produce, …
Lindy in the Park: Free Outdoor Swing Dance | Golden Gate Park
Get ready to swing in Golden Gate Park every sunny Sunday at “Lindy in the Park,” a weekly free event near the de Young Museum, when the streets of Golden Gate Park are closed to traffic and the dancers take over.
Lindy in the Park | Free Outdoor …
Golden Gate Park Sunday Roller Disco Party | SF
There is a place in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park that is heaven for Bay Area inline skaters and roller skaters who like to boogie to the funky beat on wheels.
The Godfather of Skate brings his mobile DJ unit and plays groovy tunes for you …
Victorian Walking Tour | Pacific Heights
See and learn about the Victorian era architecture of the city’s first suburb on a guided walk from SF City Guides.
On a walk through the neighborhood of Lafayette Square, you’ll learn about Victorian lifestyles and San Francisco’s illustrious history. You’ll see some steep streets and …
Sunday Afternoon Bluegrass Jam | Bernal Heights
Grab that banjo, mandolin, guitar, fiddle, harmonica and autoharp, and head over to The Lucky Horseshoe in Bernal Heights to join in San Francisco’s only Bluegrass Jam on a Sunday afternoon.
Jamming happens from 4-7 pm every Sunday at 453 Corland Avenue.
Photo credit: Bernalwood
The Starry Plough Sunday Matinee Concerts | Berkeley
The Starry Plough in Berkeley hosts a weekly all-ages matinee concert series from 4-7 pm every Sunday.
The show is free, but donations are welcome. The pub opens at 2 pm. There is a large selection of beers and full kitchen with satisfying pub staples like …