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Sonoma Farm Tour: Cuddly Baby Animals
By - posted 4/28/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Join in this spring for a weekend along the farm trails during Blossoms, Bees & Barnyard Babies, when Sonoma County farmers open their gates and barn doors to offer a taste of life on the farm. Meet farm animals, cuddle baby animals, watch honey bees make honey, learn about Sonoma County’s more...

Oakland Dance Festival
By - posted 4/28/2018
Fairs & Festivals

The Oakland Dance Festival brings the best local dancers, choreographers and teachers from the top studios to Jack London Square for one day of fabulous rhythm and fun. 2018 Oakland Dance Festival April 28-29, 2018 | Noon to 8 pm Jack London Square, Oakland FREE The festival will showcase a dazzling array of dance genres more...

“Tour de Pizza” Bike Ride
By - posted 4/28/2018
Eat & Drink

Like to ride on a bicycle? Like to eat pizza? Like to ride on a bike to find and eat more pizza? If so, you’re invited to join in for a tour of San Francisco’s finest pizza-by-the-slice spots. Highlights include a jaunt through Chinatown, little bit of Little Italy, a party more...

Dancing in the Park
By - posted 4/27/2018
Fairs & Festivals

See some of the best dance companies and dance schools in the Bay Area perform under the sun at the 10th annual Dancing in the Park festival at Golden Gate Park’s music concourse on April 28, 2018. This annual outdoor dance event features 30 dance groups or dance artists including professional more...

Art Market San Francisco
By - posted 4/27/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Art Market San Francisco will return to the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion this spring to celebrate its sixth edition. Following record breaking sales, city-wide partnerships, and attendance of over 25,000 visitors last year, the 2018 edition of Art Market San Francisco is pleased to present a significant selection of contemporary and modern more...

SF’s Dutch “King’s Day” Party at the Windmill
By - posted 4/26/2018
Fairs & Festivals

The Dutch community in San Francisco invites you to celebrate King’s Day 2018 near the Murphy Windmill on the south end of Golden Gate Park. King’s Day, the biggest national celebration in the Netherlands, is returning once again to San Francisco. Dutch King’s Day San Francisco will be a fun-filled day with traditional Dutch more...

Oakland Art Month | May 2018
By - posted 4/25/2018
Fairs & Festivals

The entire month of May is dedicated to promote events, performances, and shows that highlight the diversity of artists and work created in Oakland. Oakland Art Month May 2018 Many events are free; some require paid tickets View the entire Oakland Art Month schedule of events. Oakland Art Month Highlights May 4 – First Friday, “Women more...

Google’s Indie Game Expo + Pizza Party
By - posted 4/22/2018
Geeks

Join the Spring Expo on April 26 at the Google Launchpad with over 60 games and 500 players in 1 night. You’ll be among the first to try out brand new games from over 50 indie game developers at Google’s San Francisco HQ and give your feedback to the developers. Spring more...

A “Beyoncé Mass” is Coming to Grace Cathedral
By - posted 4/20/2018
Celebrations

Beyoncé music? At church? It’s happening. This will be a special mass dedicated to Queen Bey’s music and accomplishments. Come to The Vine SF, a contemporary church service at Grace Cathedral, to sing your Beyoncé favorites and discover how her art opens a window into the lives of the marginalized and more...

HBO’s “Westworld” Comes to SF
By - posted 4/20/2018
Get Out: Events

Starting April 22, 2018, fans of HBO’s “Westworld” will find themselves in a brand “new world” at AT&T 1 Powell Street in SF. Completely transformed, so visitors can “live without limits” and discover “Westworld” IRL during the highly-anticipated season 2 premiering on April 22nd, the experience will showcase costumes and props, more...

1906 Quake Anniversary
By - posted 4/17/2018
City Insight

When the earthquake hit on April 18, 1906, it did so in the wee hours at 5:12 am. The cast iron Lotta’s Fountain on Market Street became a crucial meeting point and is now known as SF’s oldest surviving monument. Every year since, city officials (and in past years, survivors too) gather around the more...

This Massive 50-Foot LED Sculpture is Coming to SF
By - posted 4/16/2018
Artsy Fartsy

From the playa to the park, new light art takes root in Hayes Valley. Charles Gadeken’s Squared, a 50-foot-tall LED sculpture, comes to Patricia’s Green. It’s like a super-colorful Bay Lights on acid with waves of trippy light pulsating at night. The San Francisco Arts Commission and Recreation and Park Department more...

SF City Hall’s Free Poetry Festival
By - posted 4/15/2018
Get Out: Events

The 13th Annual Poems Under the Dome invites you to celebrate National Poetry Month at San Francisco’s largest open mic poetry event inside City Hall from 5:30-8 pm on Thursday, April 19, 2018. 2018 Poems Under The Dome Thursday, April 19, 2018 – 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm San Francisco City Hall | 1 Dr. more...

Worst. Movie. Ever. Trivia Night
By - posted 4/15/2018
Get Out: Events

It’s probably the worst movie ever made, but yet everyone loves it. Prove you are the expert for “The Room Trivia” on Tuesday, April 17th at 8pm at TonicSF, after you get your tuxes and play a quick game of football in the alley, of course. “The Room” Trivia Night Tuesday, April 17, more...

Tax Day Freebies & Deals for 2018
By - posted 4/15/2018
Deals

This Tax Day, April 17, 2018, it may be the last day to file your taxes, but it’s also a day to score freebies and deals. Though owing Uncle Sam money isn’t fun, there is a silver lining: free food and discounts. Yep, businesses around the country are offering free more...