San Francisco… land of the free. Here’s just the free stuff in SF and the Bay Area. Keep your wallet in your pocket and enjoy!
Saturday, January 21
Come to Crestview Park to experience the stars.
Please arrive before dark. They try to minimize lights in the area, so please park on Crestview Drive. And if you choose to bring a small flashlight, only bring flashlights with a red lens.
Dress warmly and wear a …
Renee Razzano and Marlee-I Mystic have organized an event in the spirit of intentional inclusivity where communities – black, brown, white, women, men, children, LGBTQ – come together to create a place of refuge, peace, and solidarity.
The event will open with a candlelight invocation & …
Bar Fluxus, run by the same people behind Madrone Art Bar, is a new downtown cocktail bar filled with cool art and as colorful as a big box of crayons. Every Saturday night downtown comes alive with a fresh new comedy set hosted by Feel ...
Join Kevin Wong, host and Bay Area comic, for Comedians at Red Rock. Come out, get caffeinated, and be entertained. Performers have appeared at the Punch Line, Cobbs, San Jose Improv, Tommy T’s, and all around the Bay Area. Stop by every third Saturday for the ...
Come to Branchline’s first show of 2017. Stand-up comedy showcase featuring bay area lovelies:
and David Lew
Hosted by recently returned from India, Trishna Saigal.
The Calling All Choir is hosting a season finale performance on January 21st at the beautiful, historic Mission Dolores Basilica.
They’re featuring performances of compositions from Appalachia, Australia, Hungary, Brazil, Renaissance England, the American South, and pieces by Mark Growden and other living composers.
The Calling All …
The guests for 1/21 include:
as well as Nightlife on Mars regulars Red Scott and Joe Nguyen.
Fringe, the indie music video dance party, happens every third Saturday at Madrone Art Bar. Free before 10 pm with an RSVP; otherwise, it’s $5. DJs Blondie K and subOctave will spin your favorite indie music videos plus the latest remixes to create a buzz on the dance floor. “In ...
The Club Chai crew are thrilled that they are finally celebrating their very first anniversary and release of Club Chai Volume 1. You can be sure that your favorite local artist is on the list:
Sunday, January 22
Attend a sunrise guided tour through Muir Woods National Monument. While the early hour may seem uncivilized, if not down-right obscene, sunrise is a particularly beautiful time to visit an old-growth redwood forest. You’ll learn about the local plant and animal residents which are more ...
Each year, the Chinese New Year Flower Fair takes place the weekend before the Lunar New Year holiday, so that families can enjoy the festive atmosphere and purchase their traditional holiday plants, flowers and fruits, while enjoying traditional Chinese dance, music, art and cultural displays. 2017 Chinese ...
Join them for an Athleta Girl Dance Party in their store on Fillmore Street. Learn a new dance routine, plus enter for a chance to win a free pair of Athleta Girl tights. The class will be taught by Jessica Rae of Rae Studios SF.
The Exploratorium is a twenty-first-century learning laboratory, an eye-opening, always-changing, playful place to explore and tinker featuring hundreds of science, art, and human perception exhibits. While they don’t have monthly free days, they do host several special events throughout the year offering free admission for all. ...
Become sea lion savvy and learn more about California sea lions, marine life, and bay conservation during the annual “Sea Lion Encounter,” in celebration of the anniversary of their arrival to Pier 39. The boisterous barking pinnipeds began arriving in droves shortly after the Loma Prieta ...
Stop by CUESA’s Jack London Square Market for a cooking demo featuring seasonal produce with Chef Henry Hamilton of Tender Greens.
The rebirth in audio listening continues to grow and comedy shows and podcasts have been at the forefront. Join some of the driving forces in comedy audio to hear what might be next.
Moderated by Audible’s Jim Colgan, panelists include Brian Redban (“Kill Tony” Podcast), Bruce …
Travel back in time with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra to say hello to Mr. Bach and Mr. Mozart, two famous composers from the music history books.
Then, head back to 2017 and meet a soon-to-be-famous composer of today—UC Davis professor of composition Laurie San Martin! …
Join them as Shelagh Fritz discusses the gardens of Alcatraz including the history of the gardens and the current restoration project.
The Letters to Prisoners Workshop welcomes students, seniors, writers, artists, and anyone interested in using the craft of writing to make a difference in the life of a prisoner. Participants will have the option to compose a hand-written letter to a designated prisoner/educator (plejucator) and …
In the wake of the election, they want to create a space to talk about local action and helpful information for the community, and of course, to party down together. Did somebody say Sunday funday?
There will be pancakes, aka freedom cakes. The scene will be divided into two …