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Final Day of 12 Foot Social Distance “Suns” at Yerba Buena Gardens
The expansive lawns of Yerba Buena Gardens, located in the cultural heart of downtown San Francisco, will showcase colorful social distancing spheres by local artists beginning Friday, September 25, 2020 with the bold, enveloping “Infinite Center, infinite sun” by Tosha Stimage. “Infinite Sun” Lawn Art ...
Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile
Come eat, drink, shop, play, connect and be local at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile, a festive open-air, year-round weekly market featuring local farmers, ranchers, food artisans, merchants, makers, artists and organizations on a closed-to-traffic 37th Avenue between Ortega and Pacheco. Outer Sunset ...Every Sunday
SF’s New 150-Foot Ferris Wheel in GG Park (Final $10 Day)
A huge observation wheel intended to be a centerpiece of Golden Gate Park’s 150th Anniversary celebrations on in April has sat dormant after being partially constructed at the beginning of COVID-19. The 150-foot, illuminated Observation Wheel in Golden Gate Park will be ready to ride ...
Picnic on Telegraph
Discover Temescal outdoors on Sunday, October 25th along Telegraph Ave from 39th to 51st St, 11am-8pm! Spend the day walking, shopping, and dining out on the street all while supporting Temescal businesses. Enjoy expanded outdoor seating on the newly repaved Telegraph Ave and relish in ...
“Undiscovered” Filipino 3-Block Pop-Up Sundays
Celebrate Filipino American History Month and support your favorite Undiscovered vendors with three blocks of daytime outdoor dining, artisan markets, and street art in SOMA Pilipinas. It’s a new way to stroll, shop, & dine during Covid-19 to help reboot life safely, adapt to the ...Every Sunday
“Picnic on Telegraph” Festival: 15 Blocks of Outdoor Dining & Shopping
Discover Temescal outdoors. Save the date for Sunday, October 25th for a Picnic on Telegraph. Spend the day walking, shopping, and dining out on the street all while supporting Temescal businesses. Enjoy expanded outdoor seating on the newly repaved Telegraph Ave and relish in some ...
East Bay Online Mini Maker Faire
This is a virtual event. A day of carefully curated speaker panels, workshops, live music, social spaces for learning and sharing. There is something for everyone in this dynamic virtual space of creative celebration! This is a participatory event in which YOU are part of ...
Online Music Festival: SF Music Day 2020 Broadcast
Sunday, Oct 25, 12-6pm Pacific time
InterMusic SF presents SF Music Day 2020 Broadcast, the thirteenth edition of its free annual music festival, in a special online format on Sunday, October 25, 2020 from noon to 6pm PDT. The free daylong streamed event features exclusive premiere ...
2020 Bay Area Science Festival (Final Day)
The 10th annual Bay Area Science Festival, northern California’s largest free educational event, is going virtual in 2020 with more than 125 all-ages experiences October 21- 25. Let’s discover science together – virtually! Join us for 5 days of fun and amazing science, technology and ...
“San Francisco Int’l Arts Festival” Live Open Air Shows (Oct. 24-25)
The San Francisco International Arts Festival invites performing arts lovers to put on their masks, pull up a chair……and bring a picnic to enjoy small (but distanced), informal, in-person, live performances at Upper Fort Mason.Twenty local ensembles and artists will present their work live and ...
Women In STEM: A Career Panel at Bay Area Science Festival
Join our panel of women involved in different STEM disciplines, learn about their career paths, and ask them about their challenges and experiences as women in STEM. The panelists will also talk about the STEM programs they attended while growing up, and how these early ...
Bay Area Science Festival DESI High: School of the Dark Universe
Looking to spend a fun weekend with your kids, learning fun things about science and technology? Introducing the Bay Area Science Festival!
Bay Area Science Festival is Northern California’s largest education event, bringing together STEM role models, families, youth and adults to experience the wonder ...
The Science Behind Hand-Pulled Noodles w/ Bay Area Science Festival
In this demo-based science lesson, we use common kitchen items such as flour, oil, water and salt to demonstrate interesting phenomena. We will make dough with various additives (oil, water, salt) and compare their mechanical properties. Depending on the additives, the properties of the dough ...
Aliment SF Comedy Brunch
Come join us as we bring live comedy back to San Francisco at Aliment SF! The show will feature the best comics in the Bay Area, with appearances on show like Conan, Late Night with James Corden, and more. We love you and want to ...
Mass Public Assembly to Protest & Demand: Trump/Pence Out Now
Trump Is Already Stealing the Election.
WE NEED TO VOTE, BUT TRUMP
WILL NOT BE STOPPED JUST BY VOTING!
On Sunday, October 25, come one and all into the public square for mass protest assemblies to demand Trump/Pence Out Now!
Let us show the world that we are uniting, ...
Oakland’s Dia de los Muertos Free Virtual Community Celebration
Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) will mark the 26th anniversary of its beloved El Día de los Muertos celebration with a series of free digital programs honoring Days of the Dead traditions that audiences can enjoy from home, including a virtual community celebration, a virtual ...
Faculty Artist Online Series: Evening of Electric Guitar w/ Giacomo Fiore
WHAT’S COOL ABOUT THIS EVENING OF ELECTRIC GUITAR:
Giacomo Fiore ‘09, acclaimed guitarist and musicologist.
Part recital, part lecture—analyze and dive into the history of Michael Pisaro’s Black, White, Red, Green, Blue.
Fun fact: Giacomo’s favorite period in music history is 1960s San Francisco.
Michael Pisaro (b. 1961)
Black, White, ...
The Virtual Music of Kimio Eto
A rare opportunity to hear a collection of Kimio Eto’s compositions in arrangements made by Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto, many of which remain unpublished to this day.
Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto, Brian Mitsuhiro Wong & Isabella Kazuai Lew, kotos & bass kotos
All works by Kimio Eto (1924-2012)
Choryu (the ...
“Art in Storefronts” Artist Meet and Greet – “FLUX” by Sally Weber
Join Oakland artist Sally Weber for the launch of “FLUX”, a laser-based work installed in an empty storefront. Sally will be available for a meet and greet during the Picnic on Telegraph event on 4700 Telegraph Avenue.
Beginning in October 2020 and through 2021, Oakland Art ...