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“Mission Crit” Crazy Bike Race Through the Mission
By - posted 4/22/2017
Only in San Francisco

Photo | Mission Mission The Mission Crit is an unsanctioned bicycle race held on a short, technical circuit in the Mission District of San Francisco. It is the first race of its kind to win approval from the city of San Francisco. The 40-minute race pits elite road racers, track racers, and bicycle messengers more...

Earth Day Festivals & How to VolunteerEarth Day Festivals & How to Volunteer
By - posted 4/22/2017
Fairs & Festivals

San Francisco (and the whole Bay Area, for that matter) goes all out when it comes to Earth Day, but we love it. That’s why we live here, right? So if you’re looking for an opportunity to help out with a beach cleanup, get inspired to be more green, March for Science, more...

DogFest 2017DogFest 2017
By - posted 4/22/2017
Fairs & Festivals

McKinley School DogFest 2017 is a mutt-tastic festival at one of the most dog-friendly parks in the city and the biggest dog event in San Francisco. 10th Annual DogFest Saturday, April 22, 2017 | 11 am to 4 pm Duboce Park, Duboce and Steiner, SF FREE – RSVP on Facebook All events are free to watch but more...

Cal Day 2017Cal Day 2017
By - posted 4/22/2017
Fairs & Festivals

The Daily Clog On Cal Day, the entire UC Berkeley campus once again throws open its doors to the public and presents a full day of over 400 events – free lectures, performances, tours, concerts and more to showcase the campus, its students, and the school’s programs. Cal Day 2017 Saturday, April 22, 2017 | All more...

The Panhandle's Spring The Panhandle’s Spring “Now” Festival
By - posted 4/20/2017
Fairs & Festivals

NOW! SF Facebook Come on out April 20-23, 2017 to co-create the best possible version of the panhandle community for one extraordinary week during the NOW Spring Festival taking over the neighborhoods around San Francisco’s iconic Panhandle (plus a few all over the city). Experience some of their events featuring music, games, yoga, discussions, more...

Ocean Beach Bonfire NightOcean Beach Bonfire Night
By - posted 4/20/2017
Get Out: Events

NOW SF The Ocean Beach fire pits are open. Ring in the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love with the Now Festival, and a drink and a toast to the badasses who came before us and made this the awesome city that it is today. Ocean Beach Bonfire Night Thursday, April 20, 2017 more...

Your Guide to 4/20 Day Around the BayYour Guide to 4/20 Day Around the Bay
By - posted 4/19/2017
Only in San Francisco

Rare Behind-the-Scenes Guided Tour of the CurranRare Behind-the-Scenes Guided Tour of the Curran
By - posted 4/18/2017
City Discoveries

Little Fang Photography Almost a century after they welcomed their first Bay Area audiences, the Curran has just completed a massive 2-year restoration and renovation. Step inside the Curran for a whirlwind guided audio tour through the theater’s celebrated, star-studded past and a glimpse into the Curran’s innovative future. This is a rare more...

Tax Day Deals & FreebiesTax Day Deals & Freebies
By - posted 4/18/2017
Deals

Quiznos This Tax Day, April 18, 2017, it may be the last day to file your taxes, but it’s also a day to score freebies and deals. This is a list of companies that have locations in the Bay Area that was compiled from a bunch of tax deal websites like taxdayfreebies2017.info, libertytax.com, more...

1906 Quake Anniversary1906 Quake Anniversary
By - posted 4/16/2017
City Insight

Arnold Genthe via Wikipedia When the earthquake hit on April 18, 1906, it did so in the wee hours at 5:12 am. The cast iron Lotta’s Fountain on Market Street became a crucial meeting point and is now known as SF’s oldest surviving monument. Every year since, city officials (and in past years, survivors more...

SF's Biggest, Best & Weirdest Easter CelebrationsSF’s Biggest, Best & Weirdest Easter Celebrations
By - posted 4/16/2017
Easter

Jere via Wikipedia Celebrate spring, new life and the start of warm weather fun in San Francisco with Easter celebrations for everyone. Whether you’re spiritual or not, young or old, early-bird or party-animal, two-legged or four-legged, there’s something for you this Easter weekend.

Bring Your Own Big Wheel Race 2017Bring Your Own Big Wheel Race 2017
By - posted 4/16/2017
Only in San Francisco

Bhautik Joshi What’s that sound kids? It’s the sound of Big Wheels rolling! Watch dozens of contestants at Bring Your Own Big Wheel 2017 (BYOBW) risk humiliation and serious injury racing their big wheels (those giant plastic tricycles from when we were kids – no rubber wheels allowed) down the crazy curvy Vermont more...

50th Annual Cherry Blossom Parade50th Annual Cherry Blossom Parade
By - posted 4/16/2017
Fairs & Festivals

David Yu via Flickr The Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival, said to be the second largest festival outside of Washington, D.C., celebrates the blooming of cherry blossoms at one of three remaining Japantowns in the United States. All are welcome to join in the festivities as San Francisco’s Japantown celebrates Japanese and Japanese-American culture. The more...

SF's Hunky Jesus Contest & Easter FestivalSF’s Hunky Jesus Contest & Easter Festival
By - posted 4/15/2017
Only in San Francisco

Jere via Wikipedia The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the kabuki-inspired cross-dressing nuns-of-fun, host their 38th Easter Sunday in the Park at Hellman Hollow in Golden Gate Park. There’s a family-friendly Children’s Easter celebration at 10 am, but the real fun follows after the kids head home with adult-friendly fare like the Easter Bonnet more...

Goatchella: SF's Goat FestivalGoatchella: SF’s Goat Festival
By - posted 4/13/2017
Fairs & Festivals

CUESA Enjoy goat-centric cooking demos, talks and samples of goat milk cheeses, yogurts, ice creams and more at the annual Goat Festival – A Celebration of All Things Goat at the Ferry Building in San Francisco. 2017 Goat Festival: Goatchella Saturday, April 15, 2017 | 9 am to 2 pm Ferry Building, San Francisco FREE, but an more...