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Saturday, October 3

2020 San Francisco Neon & Vintage Sign Festival
2020 San Francisco Neon & Vintage Sign Festival

A celebration of neon art, design, and vintage neon signs, vibrant creations that evolve from advertising to art and cultural landmarks. Neon Speaks Festival & Symposium brings together neon advocates, artists, and preservationists to celebrate and share information. Our mission is to educate and advocate ...

2020 “Bikes to Books” Literary Adventure Ride | SoMa to North Beach
Saturday, October 3 – 1:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Registration required. Bring bikes with gears, snacks, and enthusiasm.
| Jack London St
2020 "Bikes to Books" Literary Adventure Ride | SoMa to North Beach
Celebrate seven years of Bikes to Books with the October anniversary ride. The resulting 7.1-mile tour is a diverting and unique way to celebrate both the literary and the adventurous spirit of San Francisco. Learn about the authors and neighborhoods that made San Francisco a known ...

Sunday, October 4

2020 San Francisco Neon & Vintage Sign Festival
2020 San Francisco Neon & Vintage Sign Festival

A celebration of neon art, design, and vintage neon signs, vibrant creations that evolve from advertising to art and cultural landmarks. Neon Speaks Festival & Symposium brings together neon advocates, artists, and preservationists to celebrate and share information. Our mission is to educate and advocate ...

Tuesday, October 6

de Young Museum Free Day (First Tuesdays) is Back Starting Oct. 6
de Young Museum Free Day (First Tuesdays) is Back Starting Oct. 6

COVID-19 Update – Free First Tuesdays are back as of October 6, 2020. Timed tickets will be required. Reserve in advance online, or limited number of tickets may be available the membership desk the day of. Review updated social-distancing rules Things may change – Check ...Monthly

SF’s Conservatory of Flowers’ Monthly Free Day is Back
SF's Conservatory of Flowers' Monthly Free Day is Back

According to the Conservatory of Flowers website on 9/28/20, the Conservatory reopens on October 1st and “Admission to the Conservatory will continue to be free every first Tuesday of the month” Please note the the first hour (10a to 11a) is reserved for members. Monthly

Saturday, October 17

San Francisco Trolley Dances | 2020
Saturday, October 17 – All Day | Cost: FREE*
*Free to watch; if you take Muni, fare is required. RSVP Required
| Museum of Craft and Design
San Francisco Trolley Dances | 2020

As of July 20th this event was still scheduled to take place. Please check http://epiphanydance.org/san-francisco-trolley-dances/ for updates Each year, Epiphany Productions transforms the city’s streets into stages through San Francisco Trolley Dances, a series of free contemporary dance performances along a Muni line. A two-day, free ...

Sunday, October 18

2020 San Francisco Trolley Dances | SF
Sunday, October 18 – All Day | Cost: FREE*
*Free to watch; if you take Muni, fare is required
| Museum of Craft and Design
2020 San Francisco Trolley Dances | SF

As of July 20th this event was still scheduled to take place. Please check http://epiphanydance.org/san-francisco-trolley-dances/ for updates Each year, Epiphany Productions transforms the city’s streets into stages through San Francisco Trolley Dances, a series of free contemporary dance performances along a Muni line. A two-day, free ...

Tuesday, November 3

de Young Museum Free Day (First Tuesdays)
de Young Museum Free Day (First Tuesdays)

COVID-19 Update – Free First Tuesdays are back as of October 6, 2020. Timed tickets will be required. Reserve in advance online, or limited number of tickets may be available the membership desk the day of. Review updated social-distancing rules Things may change – Check ...Monthly

Conservatory of Flowers: Free Admission Day (Golden Gate Park)
Tuesday, November 3 – 10:00 am | Cost: FREE | Conservatory of Flowers
Conservatory of Flowers: Free Admission Day (Golden Gate Park)

According to the Conservatory of Flowers website on 9/28/20, the Conservatory reopens on October 1st and “Admission to the Conservatory will continue to be free every first Tuesday of the month” Monthly