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Amoeba's 20th Anniversary CelebrationAmoeba’s 20th Anniversary Celebration
By - posted 11/17/2017
Celebrations

Amoeba Music Amoeba SF turns 20 this November. To celebrate this Platinum Anniversary, they’re throwing a two-day party complete with live musical performances, DJs, flash sales, prizes, arts and crafts, a photo booth, Amoeba’s Platinum Drag Show, and more on Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18. Amoeba SF’s 20th Anniversary Celebration November more...

SF's Most Adorable Adoptable DoggiesSF’s Most Adorable Adoptable Doggies
By - posted 11/16/2017
Holidays

Photo | The San Francisco SPCA via Facebook Macy’s in Union Square unveils their 31st Annual “Holiday Windows” with elaborately-decorated holiday window displays all along the outside of the building featuring some adorable (and adoptable) cats and dogs to help benefit the SPCA and find these furry friends a new home. 2017 Macy’s more...

SF's New Filipino Night Market is BackSF’s New Filipino Night Market is Back
By - posted 11/16/2017
City Discoveries

Undiscovered Inspired by the vibrant night markets of Asia, Undiscovered SF is a free monthly Music+Art+Food Festival and curated collection of emerging artists and merchants that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the SOMA Pilipinas district located in the heart of San Francisco’s innovative South Of Market neighborhood. The November 2017 Theme more...

Winter Fireworks SpectacularWinter Fireworks Spectacular
By - posted 11/15/2017
Celebrations

Photo | Embarcadero Center via Facebook Kickstart the holiday season with awesome winter fireworks and enjoy a special free Disney on Ice performance on the outdoor ice rink in Justin Herman Plaza. After the performance, be sure to stick around for Embarcadero Center’s 31st Annual Building Lighting Ceremony when more than 17,000 lights illuminate the more...

Wing Wednesdays: SF's 25¢ Chicken Wing GuideWing Wednesdays: SF’s 25¢ Chicken Wing Guide
By - posted 11/14/2017
Eat & Drink

This wing list is curated for Funcheap by Cooper Daly of SF Brunch Club, your home on the internet for your San Francisco bottomless brunch needs.  Updated November 2017  Wing Wednesday is a time-honored tradition in the world of bar specials. Why Wednesdays? 1) Alliteration is Amazing 2) Wednesdays aren’t generally more...

How to Get Free Holiday Parking in Downtown SFHow to Get Free Holiday Parking in Downtown SF
By - posted 11/14/2017
Freebies

PT Money via Flickr During the holidays, park for free at Embarcadero Center, when you shop or dine at any Embarcadero Center shop or restaurant, or skate at the Holiday Ice Rink, and receive free parking. Embarcadero Center is offering free parking for up to four hours for shoppers & skaters during the more...

Warriors vs. Celtics: Warriors vs. Celtics: “The Relish” Game Watch Party
By - posted 11/12/2017
Get Out: Events

The Relish Join The Relish at The Connecticut Yankee for the ultimate Watch Party experience, as the Golden State Warriors take on the Boston Celtics. The Relish the new voice of female sports fans, but everyone is welcome to this game watch. So come meet new friends and fans in the Bay Area more...

SF's Biggest Community Thanksgiving DinnerSF’s Biggest Community Thanksgiving Dinner
By - posted 11/12/2017
Celebrations

pulaw via Flickr TEL HI’s Thanksgiving dinner has been a cherished tradition for over 25 years. This fantastic, free event typically brings together more than 500 neighbors and community members alike for a feast is being generously sponsored and prepared by Pier 2620 Hotel Fisherman’s Wharf and Boudin Bakery on Thursday, more...

SF's Most Magical Tree Lightings & Holiday EventsSF’s Most Magical Tree Lightings & Holiday Events
By - posted 11/12/2017
Holidays

The holidays are just around the corner and you are invited to get into the spirit at tree lightings and holiday festivals all over the Bay Area. Grab your friends and family and marvel at magical fireworks and twinkling lights, hear carolers sing all your seasonal favorites, as the little ones tell more...

2017 Barback Games & Expo2017 Barback Games & Expo
By - posted 11/10/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Barback Games Watch San Francisco’s best barbacks battle it out in the 11th Annual Fernet-Branca Barback Games Finals. This year’s event is way bigger for 2017 with indoor and outdoor spaces, pop-up exhibitions, Fernet-inspired food and deserts, 170 years of Fernet-Branca art and more. The Fernet-Branca Barback Games & Expo features barback gladiators battling through a more...

Google's Pop-Up Donut ShopGoogle’s Pop-Up Donut Shop
By - posted 11/8/2017
Freebies

Google To celebrate the launch of the new donut-sized Google Home Mini, Google has built a pop-up donut shop and they’re bringing it  to San Francisco. Inside, you’ll get the chance to win either a brand new Google Home Mini or a couple of delicious donuts. It’s all free and there are more...

Free Bike Ride Friday: Unlimited 30-Min Bike ShareFree Bike Ride Friday: Unlimited 30-Min Bike Share
By - posted 11/8/2017
Freebies

Ford GoBike San Francisco and the Bay Area have over 2,500 bikes for sharing and 250 stations with Ford GoBike. On Friday, November 10th they’re all free all day for unlimited 30-minute rides. Just sign up and get a free 24-hour pass. Grab a friend and hop on a Ford GoBike for a more...

See Fort Mason's Huge New Art StudiosSee Fort Mason’s Huge New Art Studios
By - posted 11/8/2017
Artsy Fartsy

Photo | San Francisco Art Institute Join the SF Art Institute for the free weekend-long Opening Spectacle on November 10 from 7-10 pm and November 11 from 12-5 pm. The Friday night public party will feature music, one-night-only art installations, and live performances plus there’s open studios, see the work of over 100 emerging more...

AT&T Park Science FestivalAT&T Park Science Festival
By - posted 11/5/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Photo | Bay Area Science FestivalAT&T Park will be transformed into a science wonderland for the 7th annual concluding event of the Bay Area Science Festival for a free science extravaganza. Last year, more than 30,000 people enjoyed a non-stop program chock-full of interactive exhibits, experiments, games, and shows, all meant to entertain and more...

Meet Meet “Harvey’s Halo” The Castro’s New Rainbow Lights
By - posted 11/5/2017
Celebrations

| FunCheapSF.com Illuminate is the San Francisco arts nonprofit behind The Bay Lights and the illumination of the Conservatory of Flowers for the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love as well as Harvey’s Halo and “Hope will Never be Silent” in the Castro to honor Harvey Milk. At 6 pm more...