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Dolores Park History DayDolores Park History Day
By - posted 5/22/2018
City Discoveries

torbakhopper / flickr The “Love Dolores” initiative of the city’s Rec & Park Department and the Dolores Park Ambassadors are organizing a History Day. Come learn about the parks original inhabitants, the Ohlone people; hear stories of the 1906 and the Golden Fire Hydrant. Dolores Park History Day Saturday, May 26, 2018 | more...

Salesforce Tower Lights UpSalesforce Tower Lights Up
By - posted 5/22/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Hosfelt Gallery On May 22, 2018, the public art installation that will top Boston Properties and Hines’ new Salesforce Tower will finally be revealed. Local artist Jim Campbell has created a piece called “Day for Night” – the tallest public art installation in the United States which will forever transform the more...

Meet SF's Newest Block PartyMeet SF’s Newest Block Party
By - posted 5/20/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Victory Hall Get ready for a brand new good ol’ fashioned block party & festival in SoMa featuring a bunch of local businesses (District, 25 Lusk, Cento, Local Tap, Steep and more) in the area teaming up to create a Summer Jam in the city. They are creating an outdoor beer garden more...

Harvey Milk Day 2018Harvey Milk Day 2018
By - posted 5/20/2018
Celebrations

Fashion School Daily The GLBT History Museum in San Francisco will celebrate Harvey Milk Day by offering free admission on May 22, Milk’s birthday, and official statewide “day of special significance.” Free Admission | Harvey Milk Day 2018 Tuesday, May 22, 2018 | 11 am to 6 pm GLBT History Museum, 4127 18th St, San Francisco FREE with RSVP on Eventbrite In honor of Harvey more...

Oakland Greek FestivalOakland Greek Festival
By - posted 5/18/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Sakaman Enjoy a mini-vacation spent in the midst of authentic Greek culture at the Oakland Greek Festival taking place at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral in the Oakland Hills. Find a plethora of Greek foods like Glyko pastries and warm lamb sandwiches, stroll through the marketplace (Agora), and take a few sprints around the more...

Bay to Breakers 2018Bay to Breakers 2018
By - posted 5/17/2018
Only in San Francisco

David Yu Bring your costumed, your semi-naked and your beer (try to be discreet) and participate in one of the largest races in America – also one of the most strange and “San Francentric.” The third Sunday in May brings us “Bay to Breakers,” the crown jewel of San Francisco events since 1912 more...

Bay Area 2018 Himalayan FairBay Area 2018 Himalayan Fair
By - posted 5/17/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Himalayan Fair The Himalayan Fair offers a rare occasion to experience a unique Himalayan festival without leaving the Bay Area during the annual two-day Himalayan Fair in Berkeley’s Live Oak Park. 2018 Himalayan Fair May 19-20, 2018 – Saturday: 10 am to 7 pm – Sunday: 10 am to 5:30 pm Live Oak Park, Berkeley FREE Fairgoers will be treated more...

Check Out Burning Man's Newest Art PiecesCheck Out Burning Man’s Newest Art Pieces
By - posted 5/17/2018
Artsy Fartsy

FoldHaus Get a peek at all the amazing 2018 Burning Man Arts without getting hot and dusty in the desert from 7-10 pm on Friday, May 18, 2018. Burning Man Arts Sneak Peek Friday, May 18, 2018 | 7 to 10 pm Classic Cars West, 411 26th Street, Oakland FREE, but an RSVP is required Curious about what art projects are more...

SF Weekly's 3-Hour Open BarSF Weekly’s 3-Hour Open Bar
By - posted 5/16/2018
Deals

SF Weekly Hosted by SF Weekly, enjoy Best of SF 2018, a unique all-you-can-drink (and eat) tasting celebration at City Nights, a 15,000 sq. foot nighclub with state-of-the-art lighting and sound and a Euro-inspired backlit bar. Get three hours of open bar sampling of beer, spirits, sake like Drakes, Korbel Champagne, Rocket Vodka. Kombucha more...

1015 Folsom's Free Dance Party1015 Folsom’s Free Dance Party
By - posted 5/16/2018
Freebies

1015 Folsom We know you love free — so let 1015 Folsom spoil you w/ (4x) headliners for free this Thursday. It’s Sirius XM’s “The Cookout” live on tour. Free Dance Party at 1015 Folsom Thursday, May 17, 2018 | 10 pm to 2 am 1015 Folsom, 1015 Folsom St, San Francisco FREE with RSVP on more...

Presidio Twilight is BackPresidio Twilight is Back
By - posted 5/16/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Presidio Twilight Presidio Twilight is back for its fifth season, and it’s better than ever. This year, San Francisco’s largest campfire features a delicious selection of international cuisine from a stellar lineup of local vendors from 5-9 pm every Thursday from mid-May to September.

50 "Stomper" Statues Pop-Up All Over Oakland50 “Stomper” Statues Pop-Up All Over Oakland
By - posted 5/16/2018
Artsy Fartsy

@natecfrey / Instagram To help commemorate the team’s 50 years in Oakland, the Oakland A’s are proud to introduce Stomper in the Town, a public art event that features 50 life-size statues of the lovable A’s mascot throughout Oakland (well.. life size for a human, not an elephant). The 50 statues were more...

The 2018 Oakland Mural Festival | May 12-19The 2018 Oakland Mural Festival | May 12-19
By - posted 5/14/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Visit Oakland This year, Bay Area Mural Festival is teaming up with Visit Oakland to put on the Oakland Mural Festival as part of the first ever Oakland Art Month. The Oakland Mural Festival will bring together master muralists and Oakland youth through a series of artist residencies and workshops culminating in the painting of up more...

SFJAZZ Free Big Band Concert NightSFJAZZ Free Big Band Concert Night
By - posted 5/13/2018
Get Out: Events

SFJAZZ Join SFJAZZ for a free community concert in the beautiful Miner Auditorium and support one of the most diverse ensembles in the Bay Area. The culmination of 12 weeks of rehearsal, this showcase highlights the extraordinary variety of the Monday Night Band’s repertoire, from jazz and world music standards to original more...

Exploratorium Free Day on Mother's DayExploratorium Free Day on Mother’s Day
By - posted 5/12/2018
Freebies

Exploratorium The Exploratorium is a twenty-first-century learning laboratory, an eye-opening, always-changing, playful place to explore and tinker featuring hundreds of science, art, and human perception exhibits. While they don’t have monthly community days, they do host several special events throughout the year offering “pay-what-you-can” admission for all.