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October Sunrise Tour of Muir Woods | North Bay
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 ...
Cal Academy of Sciences: Neighborhood Free Days | Portola + Potrero Hill
For the weekend of October 19-21 residents of Bayview-Hunters Point, Bernal Heights, Dogpatch, Excelsior, Ingleside, Mission, Outer Mission, Portola, Potrero Hill, Visitacion Valley get free admission to the California Academy of Sciences thanks to the “Neighborhood Free Days” promotion.
Zip Codes: 94107, 94110, 94112, 94124, 94134
2018 East Bay Mini Maker Faire | Oakland
The East Bay returns for its 9th Year in 2018 on October 21.
The East Bay Mini Maker Faire follows the “big” Maker Faire model of celebrating invention, creativity, and resourcefulness, but is smaller in scale (170+ makers vs. 1200 makers; 6,000+ people on one day vs. ...
Sports Basement’s 2018 Yoga Fest | Walnut Creek
Sports Basement is thrilled to partner with local yoga studios & instructors to bring you the 2018 Yoga Fest. There will be 4 yoga/pilates classes.
After each class, there will be a raffle with awesome prizes. In true yogi fashion, there will also have a Tie ...
Inner Richmond Walking Tour Part I | SF City Guide
The district’s rich history goes back to the 19th century and includes robbers’ roosts and racetracks, squatters and roadhouses, a saloon district and a red light district, as well as charming Victorian row houses and beautiful Craftsmans, the 1902 and 1903 Big Games, an earthquake ...
Play the World’s Largest PAC-MAN Arcade Game | Final Day
For all the classic arcade fans in your life, UNIQLO will launch a special t-shirt collection in collaboration with Japanese video game developer, Bandal Namco Entertainment to celebrate classic 8-bit games Pac-Man, Mappy & Dig Dug. World’s Largest Pac-Man Arcade Game October 18-21, 2018 | ...
21st Annual UN Film Festival: Kids Films & Live Jazz | Palo Alto
The 21st annual United Nations Association Film Festival, an international documentary film festival, will run from October 18-28, 2018 at various locations in Palo Alto, San Francisco, and Stanford University. 2018 United Nations Association Film Festival October 18-28, 2018 Palo Alto, Stanford University, East Palo ...
SF Open Studios 2018 | Hunters Point Shipyard
SF Open Studios is the oldest and largest open studios program in the country, featuring an annual, month-long, city-wide art event that showcases over 800 emerging and established San Francisco artists in their studios over four weekends in October and November. Each weekend, art patrons, admirers, and collectors ...
2018 SF Open Studios Weekend | Sunday
> EVENT UPDATE: This event is no longer taking place. San Francisco comes alive with art this October and November as ArtSpan presents the 43rd Anniversary of SF Open Studios – the oldest and largest event of its kind in the country, that showcases over ...
Anchor Public Taps’ 1st Birthday Party | SF
It’s been one year since Anchor Public Taps rolled up its door, inviting beer fans from near and far to come in for a one-of-a-kind San Francisco experience.
Since then, innovative beers brewed, countless pints poured, fun events hosted were seen, and a wonderful community form.
Uncovering The Parkside: Rare Walking Tour | SF
Find out about the Parkside, the first neighborhood to begin growing on the west side of SF in the early 1900s. You’ll find out how public transportation made the difference and learn to identify the three major periods of development by the houses you see.
Meet at the bottom of the stairs to Parkside Library ...
“Old South Park” Rare Guided Walking Tour | SF
A short tour of San Francisco’s first planned community — its ups and downs, fortune, romance, and the infamous ‘2nd Street Cut.’
Meet at the Shell station on 3rd St. between Bryant and Brannan Sts. Public transportation: MUNI lines 12, 15, 30, 45.
Jazz in the Square “Djangology” | Noe Valley
Bring friends and family to listen and relax at the Noe Valley Town Square for a free afternoon music this Sunday, presents Jazz in the Square, featuring “Djangology.”
Jazz in the Square “Djangology”
Sunday, October 21, 2018 | 1 pm to 3 pm
Noe Valley Town Square, 24th St. ...
Free Circus Family Day 2018: Workshops, Acrobats & Storytime | Palo Alto
Join for an afternoon packed with circus-themed activities for the whole family, including hands-on art-making projects, circus acrobats, juggling workshops, and a dance performance.
The Palo Alto Art Center’s free Circus Family Day takes place on Sunday, October 21 at the Art Center. The event also ...
“Heart of the City” Sunday Farmers Market | UN Plaza
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, ...
Student Hall Sundays at Capital One Cafe | Walnut Creek
Hitting the Books? Join the Study Hall Sunday at Capital One Cafe.
Show your student ID to an ambassador and receive a complimentary hand-crafted beverage every Sunday when you come to our space to study.
Limit one drink per student. Ask an Ambassador for more details.
Student Hall ...
“Fog City Flea” at The Ferry Building | Sept. 1 – Nov. 17
Fog City Flea will bring an eclectic lineup of makers and merchants from the Bay Area and beyond offering handcrafted jewelry, apparel, accessories, apothecary, housewares, furnishings, and well-edited vintage on weekends at the Ferry Building.
Curated exclusively for the Ferry Building by the team behind Upstate ...
Lindy in the Park: Free Outdoor Swing Dance | Golden Gate Park
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 ...
Point Bonita Lighthouse Tour | Marin Headlands
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 ...
Golden Gate Park Sunday Roller Disco Party | SF
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 ...
Victorian Walking Tour | Pacific Heights
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 ...
Sunday Afternoon Bluegrass Jam | Bernal Heights
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
Free Sunday Night Juggling Club at Circus Center | SF
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