Saturday, April 24
Earth Day in the Garden
Join the Ruth Bancroft Garden and Sustainable Contra Costa in celebrating Earth Day! Kids and adults will have fun playing Earth Day Bingo in the Garden and Sustainable Contra Costa will be on hand with information about how to help the environment by conserving water. ...
Virtual “Maritime Day” w/ San Mateo County History Museum
On Saturday, April 24, 2021, the San Mateo County History Museum will present an online version of its Annual Maritime Day. This FREE event highlights the Museum’s “Charles Parsons’ Ships of the World” exhibit gallery that features 24 model ships hand crafted by expert model ...
“Bayside Saturdays” Waterfront Block Party (Final Day)
in April 2021 from 10am-3pm, choose your own adventure along the India Basin & Hunter’s Point waterfront during BaysideSaturdays. Enjoy FREE drop-in fitness classes, giveaways, live music, small business specials — all while taking in nature and new art all along the waterfront. ...Every Saturday
The So-So Market’s “Super Special Sakura” Festival (April 24-25)
Vintage, outdoor, mini market to safely support local curators & artists. Mask up, max cap + social distance enforced The So-so Super Special Sakura Festival is near and dear to our hearts. So-so is all about our love for all tingz anime and cutesy, while ...
Creative Reuse: Paper Making Class w/ SCRAP
Learn the basic steps of paper making in a playful, experimental, accessible and sustainable way. Tickets start at $25 or $40 which includes materials kit.
In this introduction to handmade paper making, participants will use their own dryer lint to create a piece of paper and ...
Open Air Artisan Faire “Makers Market” (Walnut Creek)
MAKERS MARKET – An outdoor Marketplace of the Best Local Makers and Great Vibes in Walnut Creek!
Come on out y’all! Soak up the sun in the beautiful Broadway Plaza and shop small from your local community!
> Saturday, April 24th
> near Starbucks/ Macy’s in Broadway ...
SF Chinatown “Walkway Weekends” Saturdays & Sundays (Thru June 2021)
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 June 2021. Enjoy a historic street stroll, outdoor dining, and an Asian shopping experience. San Francisco Chinatown ...Every Saturday
Outdoor Roller Jam at Oakland’s Township Commons
Bay Area Roller Group presents:
With Special Guest:
DJ’s: Heather Besos, Rahiem Jihad, & Mario Dubbz
Roller Dance Classes by Beto Lopez
Youth 10AM- 11AM
Beginners 11 AM – 12 noon
Intermediate 12noon – 1 PM
Roller skates not required but strongly encouraged. BYORS (Bring Your Own Roller Skates)
Outdoor event ...
“Fog City Flea” Pop-Up Outdoor Market in Berkeley (April 24-25)
Fog City Flea is a curated market of makers & merchants from San Francisco, the Bay Area + beyond. It was created originally for the historic Ferry Building in San Francisco and will also pop up in destinations throughout Northern California. This April, Maker’s Row in Berkeley presents ...
“Identifying Local Wildflowers” Online Class w/ Gamble Garden
Have you ever been on a local springtime hike and wondered about the names of the beautiful flowers you were seeing? At this online class, nature photographer Judy Kramer will teach you how to identify local wildflowers. In addition, Judy will tell us where to ...
“Confluence” Art Exhibition (April 24 – May 15)
Opening reception for “Confluence”, a collaborative series of installations by Victoria Mara Heilweil, Michele King and Jenny Phillips. Interweaving photography, painting, sculpture and video, the connective gestures become more apparent within an.ä.log Gallery’s exhibition space.
Additional gallery hours every Saturday 12-5pm through May 15th, or by ...
Spring “Mini Mart” at Mission Bowling Club
Saturday – April 24th from 12 – 4 pm our Spring Mini Mart. Our last April shopping event is going to be so much fun! There are FOOD, DJs, SHOPPING, BOWLING and COCKTAILS.
–Ford Hand Made – Totes, Face Masks, Doggie Accessories – @ford-hand-made
–Panacea Apothecary ...
“Free Mumia” March & Car Caravan (Downtown Oakland)
On Mumia Abu-Jamal’s 67th birthday, we will gather at 12 noon at Oscar Grant Plaza, 14th and Broadway to march to the offices of District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, Alameda County Courthouse 1225 Fallon Street, Oakland.
There we will hear a taped message from Mumia. one of ...
Watercolors: Paintings from our Workshops (Opening Reception)
April 18 – June 15, Sat & Sundays 12-4, opening reception April 18, 1-4
WATERCOLORS: Paintings from Our Workshops
April 18-June 15
Opening Reception Sunday, April 18, 1-4 pm
295 Oak St. at Octavia * Hayes Valley, San Francisco
Katherine Chen * Lucia Gonnella * Blandina Farley * Amanda Marquardt ...
“Bob Roden Quintet” Jazz at Riggers Loft
The Bob Roden Quintet is an amazingly talented and versatile jazz ensemble that plays a wide variety of tunes falling under the broad label of “jazz.” From standards to bebop, from ballads to bossa, BRQ plays it all and loves sharing it with other jazz ...
“Free Mumia” Holy Ground Ceremony & Procession
Mumia Abu-Jamal, incarcerated for over 40 years for a crime he did not commit, is facing serious medical complications and possible death. He has recently recovered from COVID and been diagnosed with Congestive Heart Disease. He is suffering from cirrhosis of the liver and a ...
Classical Revolution Saturdays at Casements Bar
Casements Bar 2351 Mission St (btwn 19th and 20th St) SF Saturdays 3-5pm (through May 1st) Tuesdays 6-8pm Admission is free, but seating is limited. You may reserve a table for up to 6 people for only $20. 100% of reservations fees go to the ...Every Saturday
Singles Wine Tasting Party in Livermore Valley
Meet new single friends who appreciate fine wines! Only $10 at the door includes tasting 3 great wines, OUTDOORS in the lovely Livermore Valley! Adults of all ages welcome. Saturday, April 24, 2021, 4-6pm.
BRING A MASK AND PROOF OF VACCINATION. Your safety is our greatest ...
April 2021 QuaranPalooza 5-Hour Livestream Music Fest
QuaranPalooza: Playing For A Cause
We’re making music online to help get us through this pandemic. Get a ticket and join us to help us raise money for Bay Area Cancer Connections.
The show will feature :
John Rybak 4:15-4:25
DB Walker 4:30-4:50
Katherine Park 4:55-5:05
Frances Ancheta Becker 5:10-5:20
Poolside Comedy at Chambers eat + drink
Bring a date, bring the pod, bring your mom, bring a mask and bring an appetite to enjoy Poolside Comedy at Chambers eat + drink . This hit comedy series has been selling out and bringing headlining comedians from across the country who’ve appeared on ...
Bold Spirits “Piano Concert”: Celebrating Women Composers (April 24-25)
The CMC Piano Department invites you to the Juliet McComas Keyboard Marathon, Bold Spirits: Celebrating Women Composers streaming online for a weekend of masterful piano performances!
Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 5pm
FREE, donations greatly appreciated
The Keyboard Marathon will be dedicated to the ...
“Foglifter” Spring 2021 LGBTQ+ Author Event Celebration
Foglifter—created by and for LGBTQ+ writers and readers—continues the San Francisco Bay Area’s tradition of groundbreaking queer and trans writing, with an emphasis on publishing those multi-marginalized (BIPOC, youth, elders, and people with disabilities). Our biannual journal features the widest possible range of forms, with ...
Virtual “Escape Room” Competition (April 24 – May 1)
Decode the ancient mysteries, unlock the truth…
Legend has it that there’s an age-old sacred artifact hidden away somewhere in Redwood City by a secret society. You’ll have to use your spy skills and decode the hidden clues, solve all the puzzles and unravel this mystery.
“What’s Your Problem, Sir?” Interactive Virtual Comedy
What’s Your Problem, Sir? is a wild night of vulnerable interactive comedy with comedian Ever Mainard who really wants to know, “What’s your problem?” Ever uses their skills of storytelling, improv, and crowd work to create cathartic moments of connection through digital crowdwork with audience ...
Celebrating Electronics: Music by John Bischoff w/ James Fei and Tim Perkis
John Bischoff is a master composer/performer who explores boundaries and exchanges between analog and digital sound in real-time. The subtle interchange between these two realms is a form of musical alchemy, much in the tradition of the legendary composer/performer David Tudor. Bischoff’s circuit/laptop configurations create ...
“Stupid F##king Bird” Irreverent Checkhov Adaptation (April 24 – May 1)
Join UC Berkeley’s Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies for this hilarious, irreverent adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull.”
An aspiring director rebels against the art of his mother’s generation. A young actor vies with an aging celebrity for the attention of an acclaimed writer. ...
The Stud’s “Drag Alive Online” Every Saturday
Thanks to SFist for letting us know that The Stud and Oasis are going virtual with their Drag Shows Online. Not even the global pandemic can stop the Queens! Enjoy a weekly dose of virtual humor, flashy, queer and everything drag with The Stud and Oasis Online Drag Show. The ...Every Saturday