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How to Experience RamadanHow to Experience Ramadan
By - posted 6/22/2017
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Experience Ramadan Ramadan is a holy month where 1.6 billion Muslims all over the world fast from sunrise to sunset. Come and join them for a free evening meal, as they get together with members of their local community from all backgrounds, beliefs and faiths to break bread as one big more...

Bay Area Carpool Week 2017Bay Area Carpool Week 2017
By - posted 6/21/2017
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511 Carpool Program Tired of your current commute? Would you prefer to be networking, or meeting cool new people on your way to work? Carpooling may be easier than you think. 511 Carpool is hosting free after-work events  to help you connect with neighbors looking to share their rides to work. You’re invited more...

SF's SF’s “Summer of Love” Grand Lighting & Concert
By - posted 6/21/2017
Celebrations

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love on the first official night of summer with the grand opening of a new light art installation that will make the Conservatory of Flowers look like it dropped acid, turning the all-white structure into a canvas of elegantly illuminated scenes every night through more...

Summer Begins Today! 14 Hours of SunshineSummer Begins Today! 14 Hours of Sunshine
By - posted 6/19/2017
Celebrations

Photo | Nicholas Raymond via Flickr June 20, 2017 is the longest day of the year and officially the first day of Summer.  With the sunrise at 5:47 am and sunset not until 8:24 pm in San Francisco that gives us a full 14 hours, 46 minutes and 53 seconds of daylight more...

SF Celebrates the Summer SolsticeSF Celebrates the Summer Solstice
By - posted 6/18/2017
Celebrations

Photo | Bay Area Reclaiming Celebrate the longest day of the year with a traditional Solstice ritual led by Reclaiming Bay Area on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Last year, they planned a simple, participatory ritual involving singing. They brought food to share, as well as traditional Solstice supplies and trash bags. We expect it to more...

SF City Hall Lights Up Rainbow for PrideSF City Hall Lights Up Rainbow for Pride
By - posted 6/18/2017
Celebrations

David Yu Every year, city hall turns its lights rainbow colors in honor of Pride. It’s a great photo opportunity for you to capture San Francisco at its most festive. Pride Lighting Schedule: June 18-22 – Rainbow – Pride June 23 – Blue/Pink/White – Transgender Flag June 24-25 – Rainbow – Pride Please note that occasionally City Hall may more...

Surreal “Summer of Love” Solstice Jam & Light ShowSurreal “Summer of Love” Solstice Jam & Light Show
By - posted 6/18/2017
Celebrations

Conservatory of Flowers Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the “Summer of Love” on the first official night of summer with the grand opening of a new light art installation that will transform the Conservatory of Flowers into a canvas of elegant illuminated scenes every night through October. Plus, for the launch, they will be more...

2017 North Beach Festival2017 North Beach Festival
By - posted 6/17/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Photo | Lucky Kidz Considered one of the country’s original outdoor festivals, the North Beach Festival celebrates its 63rd anniversary in historic North Beach. 2017 North Beach Festival Saturday & Sunday, June 17-18, 2017 | 10 am to 6 pm Grant Avenue and Columbus Avenue, San Francisco FREE The festival site includes numerous quaint streets in the heart of the more...

Father's Day Fun in SFFather’s Day Fun in SF
By - posted 6/17/2017
Father's Day

Who says you have to spend a lot to have a special day with your father. Take Dad for a fun day out on the cheap whether it’s to a free car show, a nerf battle, a carnival, or out for a free burger, you can find plenty of free events more...

2017 Corgi Con Beach Party2017 Corgi Con Beach Party
By - posted 6/17/2017
Fun & Games

Nor Cal Corgi Con via Facebook The NorCal Corgi Con is a wonderfully bizarre beach day bash for dogs (and their pawrents), bringing together hundreds of enthusiastic Corgis, their owners and wannabes too on Ocean Beach in San FranCorgsco, between Stairwell 21 and Fulton St from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday, more...

2017 Presidio Kite Festival2017 Presidio Kite Festival
By - posted 6/17/2017
Artsy Fartsy

Photo | Presidio Kite Expo Let your imagination soar at this colorful, family-friendly festival featuring all things kite happening at the Presidio Main Parade Ground. Presidio Kite Expo Saturday, June 17, 2017 | Noon to 5 pm Main Parade Ground, The Presidio, SF FREE – an RSVP is appreciated, but not required. (Free kites are available on a more...

San Francisco City Hall Lights Up For PrideSan Francisco City Hall Lights Up For Pride
By - posted 6/16/2017
Celebrations

David Yu Every year, city hall turns its lights rainbow colors in honor of Pride. It’s a great photo opportunity for you to capture San Francisco at its most festive. Pride Lighting Schedule: June 18-22 – Rainbow – Pride June 23 – Blue/Pink/White – Transgender Flag June 24-25 – Rainbow – Pride Please note that occasionally City Hall may more...

See the Bay's Epic See the Bay’s Epic “Sand Globe” Beach Art
By - posted 6/16/2017
Artsy Fartsy

Photo | Earth In Your Hands Since it’s Father’s Day, why not take Dad to the beach to learn to make sand art. Making sand globes feels like magic. Someone said, “It’s like making a sand castle in the air.” Creating sand art and playing with sand globes brings happiness, and connects more...

2017 Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Concert2017 Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Concert
By - posted 6/14/2017
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Photo | Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Every summer, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk casts its net and drags in a host of Top 40 bands from the ’70s, ’80s, and early ’90s to play free concerts right on the beach every Friday night. Photo | Santa Cruz Beach BoardwalkFriday Night Bands on the Beach  Every more...

2017 World Music Day Block Party2017 World Music Day Block Party
By - posted 6/14/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Photo | Palo Alto World Music Day Palo Alto World Music Day is an annual music festival that takes place on Father’s Day in Palo Alto on University Avenue, between Webster and High, which will be closed to traffic. 2017 Palo Alto World Music Day  Sunday, June 18, 2017 | 3-7:30 pm University Ave, between more...