Events for March 2, 2014
Sunday, March 2
|All Day||St. Anne Parish 2014 Festival & Carnival: Sunday | Inner Sunset|| FREE*|
*Free admission, but bring cash for games and food
The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian Art, with a collection of over 18,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years of history. Free First Sunday Admission for main galleries: Normally $15 for general ...
Adidas is taking over part of the Cow Palace, February 27 – March 2, 2014, for a “Giant Warehouse Clearance Event” and sale. Every clearance event is different, but if 2013 is any indication, you should expect up to 80% savings on over 20,000 square feet ...
|10:00 am||Pirates of the Caribbean Ship Tours | Antioch|| FREE*|
*Suggested donation of $3 funds school education programs
The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) brings together collections of art, history and natural science under one roof to tell the extraordinary stories of California and its people. As the only museum to focus entirely on the art and history of California, the diverse collections ...
Bring your broken things and work with the repair volunteers to assess what it would take to repair them. You can work with the volunteers to do the repairs yourself (with their guidance) or have them tackle the job directly. With luck, you’ll walk away ...
|11:00 am||7×7 Sunday Market: Boutique Vendors & Free Hairstyling | Noise Pop 2014|| FREE*|
*Free, but an RSVP is recommended. Entry subject to capacity and RSVPs receive a wristband that grants priority entrance once capacity is reached.
|12:00 pm||Free Kundalini Yoga Day in the Park | Dolores Park||FREE|
|4:00 pm||Academy Awards Viewing Party: Oscars Pool & Potluck | SF|| FREE*|
*Free, but bring along a dish to share for the potluck.
|8:30 pm||Free Comedy Showcase at The Ivy Room | Albany||FREE|
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, …
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 …
Meet Point Bonita docents along the lighthouse trail. This hidden, historic setting offers breathtaking views and many stories of what life was like living at the head of such perilous waters.
A secret jewel of the Bay Area, the Point Bonita Lighthouse, built in 1855, was …
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 …
See and learn about the Victorian era architecture of the city’s first suburb on a guided walk from SF City Guides.
Victorian Walking Tour
Every Sunday | 2 pm
1801 Bush, 1801 Bush St., SF, CA
Free, but donations are accepted.
On a walk through the neighborhood of Lafayette Square, you’ll …
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.
Sunday Afternoon Bluegrass Jam
Every Sunday | 4-7 pm
The Lucky Horseshoe, 453 Cortland Ave., SF, CA
Jamming happens …
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 …
Experienced juggler or a newbie looking to learn? Come hang out at Juggling Club and collaborate in a fun, low-pressure environment with an experienced Circus Center instructor. All levels are welcome in this free club taught by Jade Ford.
Most Sundays | 5-8p
Circus Center, 755 Frederick St., SF