Monday, January 27
Zeitgeist Beer Garden Reopens Today After 3-Week Closure | SF
Founded in 1977, the bar and beer garden Zeitgeist is a Historic Legacy Business in San Francisco. After being closed for 3 weeks for a retrofit, Zeitgeist and its back patio are ready to reopen on January 27th with Bloody Marys, Margaritas, 64 taps of ...
Movies through a Peephole: Ritualized Days | SF
The Peephole Cinema is pleased to announce the opening of Ritualized Days. The cycles of life through habits, rituals, and routines. When it seems the world is spinning out of control politically, socially and environmentally, one might look to keeping a regular constitutional to square ...
Krispy Kreme’s Final “Free Mini Doughnut Monday” of 2020 | Bay Area
Did you know a small cheat is proven to help keep your New Year’s resolutions on track? Krispy Kreme’s New Minis are the tastiest solution for your resolution. Four of your favorites doughnut flavors are now available in mini form – The Original Glazed ®, ...Every Monday
Free Queer Bowling Night | Mission Dist.
Come to the monthly Free Queer Bowling Night at Mission Bowling Club. In addition to free bowling, you can enjoy $4 cocktails and beers all night courtesy of Tito’s Vodka and Standard Deviant Brewing. And bowl to the sounds of DJs Siobhan Aluvalot & Marke ...Monthly
Vibrafolk: Progressive Folk on Vibraphone & Vocals | Berkeley
Enjoy folk music played on vibraphone and vocals, come check out the unique sound of Vibrafolk. Larry the O delivers songs of his own and his friends, along with traditional tunes and favorites from Jerry Jeff Walker, Loudon Wainwright III, Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead, Jonathan ...
$5 Off: Grace Cathedral’s Unique “Sound Bath” Experience | SF
A one-of-a-kind whole-body experience: a sound bath in the ambience of a magnificent sacred space. It’s a unique journey of sonic immersion into a deep meditative state. Join the adventure by bringing your favorite cushion, mat and/or blanket for full immersion (and cozy fun)
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Vamp Monday’s Queer Dance Party | SF
Burlesque night is back at VAMP Mondays at Beaux and do we have a sickening night of beauty and performances in store for you! This week we welcome back the iconic RedBone to our stage accompanied by Freya La Tigre and Johnny Del Rey.
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Tuesday, January 28
Golden Gate Park 150th Anniversary Tree Planting | SF
With the start of a new decade, San Francisco is commemorating the 150th anniversary of Golden Gate Park (GGP 150). Can’t wait and looking for an event to help kick-off the celebration?
Come on out and join us in planting 150 trees in Golden Gate Park, on Tuesday, Jan 28, ...
Snuggle Bowl 2020: Pet Snuggles, Raffle & Fundraising | SF
Come snuggle with all the fluffy friends. Feel free to bring you own pup and pimp them out for charity.
Snuggle Bowl 2020
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 | 4 pm to 8 pm
The Mauna Loa, 3009 Fillmore St, San Francisco
$5 requested donation to pet pups
There will have a ...
SF Green Film Festival Free Screening: Ice on Fire | SF Main Library
Join SF Green Film for a free screening of Leonardo Dicaprio’s new HBO documentary, Ice On Fire.
Produced by Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio, George DiCaprio and Mathew Schmid and directed by Leila Conners, Ice on Fire is an eye-opening documentary that focuses on many never-before-seen solutions designed ...
Comedy Oscar: Free Stand-Up Comedy & Popcorn | Oakland
A free stand-up comedy show at Tacos Oscar, Oakland’s hottest new Taco spot. at 7 pm, come watch the Bay Area’s best stand-up comedians for free. Free popcorn, and different pop-up food vendors every week! Hosted by Hayley Beacon and Jordan Thewlis.Every Tuesday
Women’s Rights One Century Later | Saratoga
Saratoga History Museum is providing a lecture celebrating women’s rights on Tuesday, January 28 at 7:30 PM at the Saratoga Foothill Club.
Three speakers will provide a historical perspective on the struggle for women’s equality. The right to vote for women dates back to 1920 with ...
Wednesday, January 29
SF’s Market Street is Now Car-Free Starting Today | January 29
Get ready for San Francisco’s Better Market Street project, enabling transformational safety and streetscape improvements along 2.2 miles of Market Street, one of the most traveled streets in the world.
On January 29, 2020, Market Street will become car-free east of 10th Street, benefiting the thousands ...
Free Wild, Weird & Radical Open Stage Night at CounterPulse | SF
Join CounterPulse for another evening of body-based, improvisational, and poetic expression—courtesy of our weird and radical community. Open Stage is a free, wild, and welcoming event that brings you to the stage to share whatever you’re working on.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up to perform.
SF’s Ultimate “Cabaret Karaoke” w/ Live Band | Feinstein’s at the Nikko
One-part rock-star karaoke experience, one-part concert… Introducing Cabaret Karaoke—an electrifying evening for karaoke enthusiasts, first-time singers, and live-music lovers alike.
Held exclusively at Feinstein’s at the Nikko, Cabaret Karaoke invites you to join a live band on stage and create the ultimate setlist for a party-like ...
Operation Improv: Surgical-themed Improv Show | SF
Ever wonder what surgeons talk about while holding a person’s life in their hands? Every try to wander into an Operation Room to find out? For some reason, they don’t let you. Operating rooms weren’t always such exclusive affairs. 100 years ago you could put ...
Shaping SF Lecture: Money for AIDS, Not For War | SF
The “Money for AIDS, Not for War” ritual/protest was held 35 years ago by Enola Gay, a self proclaimed faggot affinity group, on September 23, 1984, at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 50 miles east of San Francisco. It was the first recorded use of ...
Dirtbag Cabaret Comedy Show | SF
Come one, come all to an evening of merriment and derring-do! The best of the Bay Area’s comics will astound and amaze you with their wry observations, witty repartees, and risqué bon mots. It’s sure to be an night of guffaws, yucks, snickers, giggles, and ...
Thursday, January 30
Asian Art Museum’s $10 Thursday Nights | SF
The Asian Art Museum is back for 2020 beginning January 23rd through September 24th. The museum will be open until 9 pm on Thursdays and general admission is just $10. You can spend an evening in their beautiful building enjoying the galleries, fun talks, lively ...Every Thursday
Retro Game Nite: Card Games & Classic Video Games | SF
Come for a Retro Game Nite every last week of the month at Holy Mountain.
Enjoy Adult Fun with Throwback (21+ Event)
Classic Wii Games
Guest may bring their own console. A two hour reservation per TV is required.
Holy Mountain Offers Great Cocktails, Craft Beers, Local ...
Exploratorium After Dark: Radioactivity | Pier 15
What’s going on inside the nucleus of an atom, and why does it spit out radiation? Did you know that you’re exposed to radioactivity every day? Get the facts about this somewhat controversial topic with scientific raconteur Ron Hipschman.
How-To NightLife at Cal Academy of Sciences | SF
New year can-do: Let NightLife help you be a better you with a night of how-to, hands-on demos, and workshops. Go home armed with both useful crafts and new skills for “adulting.”
Ripped jacket? Instructors from WorkshopSF will be on-hand to show you how to repair your clothing artfully ...
Emporioum’s Celebrity “Street Fighter 2” Tournament | SF
On Thursday January 30th join for an evening of music, gaming and the chance to be named the ultimate champion of The Street Fighter 2 Tournament.
The Street Fighter 2: Celebrity Hip Hop Edition Tournament brings forth a mission to merge the world of local gamers ...
Butterfly Effect: Free Climate Crisis Circle & Symposium | SF
As part of our Butterfly Effect programing, Dance Mission / Dance Brigade has gathered righteous earth justice warriors and revolutionary thinkers and doers to talk about actions and solutions to combat the climate emergency with community. We need your voice. At a time when we could all ...
The Great Cable Car Chase | SF
Join us as we find ourselves a cable car to race (and beat) in our favorite monthly San Francisco tradition – The Great Cable Car Chase. We’ll be racing the Powell/Hyde cable car on Hyde Street from Bay to Chestnut in two blocks of uphill ...Monthly