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“Thrive City” Farmers’ Market (Chase Center)
The Warriors and Kaiser Permanente are hosting weekly Thrive City Farmers Market every Sunday from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Thrive City plaza, the community gathering space surrounding Chase Center, will provide shoppers with access to a wide variety of locally-sourced offerings including seasonal fruits, ...Every Sunday
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
Win Tix: OMG! (Oh My Gulay) SF’s Filipino Plant-Based Festival
OMG! is Kapwa Garden’s quarterly spritual celebration of all things “gulay” (Tagalog for vegetables). From plant based food, pottery, crystals, medicinal potions, house plants, wellness practices, and all things derived from the beauty that Mother Earth provides us. See the full schedule of events.
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AIDS Walk San Francisco “Live At Home”
Since 1987, AIDS Walk San Francisco (AWSF) has raised more than $90 million for lifesaving HIV prevention, testing, and care programs and services, and has grown into the largest AIDS fundraising event in California. AWSF has become a Bay Area tradition, bringing together tens of ...
Shavuot Family Festival in Silicon Valley
PJ Library’s Shavuot Family Festival: Celebrate the spring Jewish holiday of Shavuot with hands-on activities, a festive circle gathering with Israeli dancing and other games, and a life-size Story Walk on the field. Designed for families with kids up to age 8 (including babies). Pre-registration ...
SF Chinatown “Walkway Weekends” Every Sunday
San Francisco Chinatown’s iconic Grant Avenue will be closed off to traffic and cars for a pleasant open walkway under vibrant red lanterns every weekend — now through December 2021. Enjoy a historic street stroll, outdoor dining, and an Asian shopping experience. San Francisco Chinatown ...Every Saturday
Walk to Cure Arthritis
The Arthritis Foundation’s Walk to Cure Arthritis is where we become ONE, rising up to fight this life-altering disease even harder. Where we join hand in hand to celebrate arthritis warriors and raise crucial funds for innovative research, resources, and a cure. One in every ...
“Drag Yourself to Brunch” at the Alameda Comedy Club
Join our amazing cast of drag performers for an unforgettable drag brunch experience! This is one brunch you’ll want to drag yourself to!
Our brunch service consists of a prix fixe menu featuring our deluxe waffle platter with bacon, sausage, salmon, fresh fruit along with butter ...
“Fillmore Marketplace” Small Black-Owned Businesses (1st & 3rd Sundays)
Support Black-owned small businesses in a safe and socially distanced marketplace located in the historic Fillmore district. Vendors sell jewelry, clothes, home goods, art, bath and body, and masks. You can also order customized gift basket orders. See marketplace updates on Instagram and Facebook The ...Monthly
‘Emergence’ Sculpture Unveiling at Hayes Valley Art Works
EMERGENCE: Sculpture by Mark Baugh-Sasaki
Hayes Valley Art Works is pleased to celebrate the official unveiling of “Emergence,” the sculpture by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, artist in residence at Hayes Valley Art Works 2020-21.
Celebrate with us online or in person. Meet the artist in the garden at ...
“Race as Context” Speaker Series w/ BIPOC California Writers
Sunday, May 16, 1-3pm Pacific time
We are so excited to offer a unique opportunity for members to join in this timely discussion. Panelists are California BIPOC writers from many vantage points including:
A Millenial with his first complete manuscript.
Authors with years of experience helping others in ...
Multi-Ethnic Outdoor Dance & Theater Project (24th St. BART)
For their 10th Anniversary Season, ABD/Skywatchers, in partnership with Dance Mission Theater and Cutting Ball Theater, presents From Containment To Expansion, a multidisciplinary performance that centers the stories and talents of Tenderloin resident ensemble members, drawing on liberatory movements from the Gullah people of the ...
Classical Revolution 1st and 3rd Sundays at Liberties Bar SF
1st and 3rd Sundays 2-4pm Join us for food, drinks, and live music at Liberties Bar. Admission is free, suggested donation $5-20 Classical Revolution was founded in the fall of 2006 with the goal of making classical chamber more relevant in our neighborhoods and communities. ...Monthly
Riptide Live Outdoor Concert
Riptide plays a range of rock, country, and Americana covers as well as some original tunes. Great acoustic guitar and vocals. Great performers who connect with the audience!
Joe Brennan – lead singer
Boris Lieberman – drummer
Dan Carwin – bass
Sandy Israel – lead guitar
Advance Reservations Required: email@example.com
ICP Sunday Virtual Concerts “Exaltation and Despair”
Please join us on Sunday, May 16, 2021 at 4 pm PST for our Virtual Sunday Concert – “Exaltation and Despair”, featuring Michelle Green Willner, composer, conductor and educator, for an exploration of her dramatic and evocative award-winning music inspired by folksong, poetry, prayer and ...
Scattered Melodies Virtual Korean “Old First Concerts” Online Live Stream
Kim Juk Pa (1911-1989) Scattered Melodies (Kim Juk Pa Gayageum Sanjo)
Sanjo, which translates to ‘scattered melodies’, is a form of music in which an organized rhythmic progression of movements is performed on a solo instrument. It was inspired by the popularity of improvised instrumental shaman ...
“Classical Revolution” Sidewalk Sunday Concerts at Atlas Cafe
Atlas Cafe 3049 20th Street (at Alabama Street) SF 5-7pm Classical Revolution brings live music to the Atlas Cafe sidewalk parklet. Enjoy their special wine and food menu while listening to some of the best classical music as well as modern classics. Admission ...Every Sunday
Lunar Alley Comedy Night
Pizza, drinks and laughs in the glorious Lunar Alley! Lunar Lot is a social distanced outdoor dining spot off of Market street, sandwiched in-between the Mission and Lower Haight. Filled with picnic tables, you can sit up to 8 people per table. Price of admission ...
“Dirt Rakers” Virtual Concert Live from Tabard Theatre
Dirt Rakers play original songs, some rowdy, some melodic, blended with a few stalwart-yet-twisted Americana covers to rock your soul. With high lonesome harmonies, a mix of homey twang and head-banging energy, and catchy, quirky tunes, Dirt Rakers redwood mountain jams guarantee an animated evening.