That's one way to stay warm. And even though alcohol is a diuretic, let's think about switching to dry-composting toilets...hey, Cuba and astronauts do it. And note that when talking to the wo/man in the mirror, it may talk back to you about water use.

Watch out for your credit card company keeping a % of your donation money. Sign this petition and demand they stop! I vote for donating to Partners in Health for Haitian quake relief. Also, see if where you or your friends work matches donations...Google does this, for instance. Coordinate giving! Kevin at CityDish has many food & drink related fundraisers listed.

Move Your Money! Watch this video, check out the site, and investigate which local bank is best for you. I'm moving dough into Mission National Bank. No bail outs in community banks, plus they do cool things such as sponsor local kids sports teams, lend to public housing, and support local businesses. Uplifting: Sketchfest runs Jan 14-Feb 2

Not uplifting: forced labor masked as a rehab center in Mexico DF

SFMoMA 75th Anniversary: Free admission and special concerts and events Sat, Jan 16-Mon, Jan 18! (Matmos concert Sat 9.30pm)

Good deal through January: 50% off dinner at Maharani 5-6.30pm Sun-Thurs. They run Kindness Kitchen, linked at the right.

LinkMan Up fashion/booze event is Fri 29th, Sat 30th, and Sun 31st at various hours CA Modern Art Gallery 1035 Market/7th. Seems decent, if they let females in. (February preview at bottom of post) Sun, Jan 31:
  • Old Fashioned Neighborhood Social 3pm Rosy's Restaurant 2341 Folsom/19th. Chat and nibble with the Urban Innovation Alliance
  • Mixtape Society: Cities Vs. Towns 4-6pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission. Make and bring a mixtape = receive a mixtape
Sat, Jan 30:
  • Haitian Support Circle benefit 12-6pm 925 Brazil/Munich $20 min donation. Haitian food and 3 DJs! RSVP to erin.kohl at gmail dot com
  • Bernal Library Branch reopening festivities 1pm 500 Cortland/Moultrie. Lion dancers, refreshments, and Gavin!
  • Punch-making contest and tasting 4pm Omnivore Books 3885 Cesar Chavez/Church. Free for contestants, $5 for non-punch makers. No fists thrown, please
Fri, Jan 29:
  • SFBC energizes bikers 8-10am Duboce bike path Duboce/Market/Safeway. Coffee and treats and velo advocacy
  • Amazing Runaround 2pm Civic Center. Coalition on Homelessness 'survival hunt' thru social service maze. $20 or more, individual or team registration here
  • Secession Art & Design happy hour party 6.30-9.30pm 3361 Mission/30th. Big sale, big pours of wine, big pretty things, big focus on local independent design
  • Stranger's Story w/ music by Brook Browne Saracino and photos by Greg Bartlett 7-10pm Spare Room Project 270 Anderson/Cortland. Then walk over to Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center 515 Cortland/Moultrie for a square dance 7.30pm! Might be donations suggested
  • Big Umbrella Studios closing reception 7-10pm 906.5 Divis/McAllister
  • Kacey Johansing, Honeycomb, and Michael Musika perform thru a variety of media 7.30-11.59pm Viracocha 998 Valencia/21st donations accepted. Baked goods and elixirs for sale. Please come in your sylvan best
Thurs, Jan 28:
  • Underground (oops!) Farmers Market 5-11pm 199 Capp/17th. Sample amazing home-made products, buy some stuff, BYOB, listen to some bands, have a good time, all by donation. Brought to you by ForageSF
  • Live cute poetry, food & drink, Bourbon 101, live painting, and DJ 5.30-7.30pm Union North Condos 2125 Bryant/19th. Then meander down to....
  • Bird photo closing 5.30-8.30pm Arkay Workshop 2869 24th/Bryant. Art, snacks, drinks, sale
  • Authors read at Dog Eared Book's MidWinter Madness literature night 7pm 900 Valencia/20th
  • "Recipies for an Encounter" book launch and performance 7pm Southern Exposure 3030 20th/Alabama
  • 8pm Free Face-off: comedy at Amnesia Valencia/19th vs. bluegrass Atlas Cafe 20th/Alabama
Wed, Jan 27:
  • Obama closes many overseas military bases, gives us affordable health care, discontinues pennies, renews the Assault Weapon Ban, repeals Don't Ask Don't Tell, and sings "Peace Train" 6pm State of the Union Address. Fun game here
  • Global Food Crisis panel 6-8.30pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th. Digest and discuss
  • SF Urban Forest panel 7.30pm CounterPulse 1310 Mission/9th. Tree talk
  • SF Ocean Film Fest opening party 8pm-2am Riptide 3639 Taraval/47th Ave. Raffle, free food, music, surf movies
Tues, Jan 26:
  • Eco Tuesday with David Pascal of the Carbon Collaborative 6.30-9pm The Box SF 1069 Howard. Structured tree hugging networking
  • 826 Five Minute Reading Series 7-8pm Amnesia 853 Valencia/19th. Hosted by the most mirthful Margaret
  • A Night of Hopeful Laughter 7.30pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission $15 donation goes to Hope Flight Foundation
  • Mid Winter Workers' Ball 8pm-2am El Rio 3158 Mission/Cesar Chavez. If you serve, you will get served....good stuff
Mon, Jan 25:
  • Gracias Madre opening 5-7pm Mission/18th. Free vegan food and wine
  • Down To A Science...Pond Scum to Power: Algae Fuel 7pm Atlas Cafe 20th/Alabama
  • Funny People screens free 8pm Independent 628 Divis/Hayes. "2 drink minimum"
  • Brass Menazeri + Ezra Lipp + other great folks rock to benefit Haitian relief efforts 7-11pm El Rio 3158 Mission/Cesar Chavez $5-10. Monday at El Rio = $1 PBR and $2 well
Sun, Jan 24:
  • The Waffles Deluxe 12-4pm A Number Station 250 Loomis/Industrial. Free and delicious. Tips encouraged
  • Conspiracy of Beards sings 9pm Rite Spot 17th/Folsom
Sat, Jan 23:
  • Rally for women's rights, rallying against anti-choice campaign 10am Justin Herman Plaza Ferry Bldg
  • Vegansauras bake sale 11am-4pm Patricia's Green Hayes/Octavia (Mercury Cafe 201 Page/Octavia if raining). Benefits Haitian relief, but not your waistline
  • Access Cafe 11am-3pm Box Factory 865 Florida/21st. Brunch by donation/work barter
  • Arty party 6-9pm Studio 3579 499 Dolores/18th. Sips and nibbles and paintings
  • Big Up 6 Launch 7-9pm D-Structure 520 Haight/Fillmore. Open bar, giveaways, DJs
Fri, Jan 22:
  • Bay Area Benefit for Glide and Haiti relief. Buy your tickets by today $'ll be $60 starting tomorrow. The event is Jan 30 and called Recess: a night of music, nibbles, and open bar in a penthouse on Market. Woot!
  • Party with some cool women entrepreneurs 6-9pm My Boudoir Lingerie 2488 Union. Wine and hor de'oeuvres
Thurs, Jan 21:
  • I Build The Tower screens 12pm Main Library Larkin/Grove
  • party 5.30-8pm 111 Minna/2nd $10 donation
  • SF StreetsBlog party and benefit 6-9.30pm LGBT Community Center 1800 Market/Octavia. Free music, food, and drinks...expect donation appeals
  • "The Retail Revolution: How WalMart Created a Brave New World Business" author talk 7pm Modern Times 888 Valencia/20th
Wed, Jan 20: Tues, Jan 19: Mon, Jan 18:
  • MLK, Jr National Day of Service! Lots of opportunities: Golden Gate Parks Service, Good Idea Day. Also: All Stars Talent Show Network 12.30pm SF Dance Center 26 7th/Market. (RSVP to cdonnola at
  • Eat at Papalote and they'll donate 15% to Haitian relief efforts. Mmmmm, delicious donation
  • District 9 screens free 8pm Independent 628 Divis/Hayes. "2 drink minimum"
  • Venezuela Speaks! Voices from the Grassroots tour 10pm Amnesia 853 Valencia/19th
Sun, Jan 17:
  • Speakeasy Stage: a play by Tenderloin hotel residents 2pm Jefferson Hotel 440 Eddy/Hyde $1-15 sliding scale
  • Venezuela Speaks! Voices from the Grassroots tour 5pm Green Arcade 1680 Market/Gough
  • Seaweed Sway Showcase 7.30pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission $7. Emily Jane White, Foxtails Brigade, and Devotionals, plus MC Jeremy Dalmas
Sat, Jan 16:
  • Free yoga and other events all day Laughing Lotus 16th/Dolores
  • Winter's Most Wanted event 11am-2pm Crossroads Clothing Trading Irving/7th Ave. DJ, goodie bags, sales, refreshments. Reusing and recycling clothes, whatwhat!
  • Architecture bike ride 1.30pm 995 Market/6th free for SFBC members/$5 non-members
  • New works by Amy Casey 6pm Michael Rosenthal 365 Valencia/15th. Cute paintings
  • Doctors Without Borders fundraiser party/concert 7pm-midnight Verdi Club 2424 Mariposa/Hampshire $10 suggested donation includes beer, music, pizza. Plus, great stuff being raffled off
Fri, Jan 15:
  • "Shook Ones" opening 5-8pm BellJar 16th/Guerrero
  • "Restless Dust: A Ghost Walk With Darwin" opening 6-8pm Center for the Book 300 De Haro/16th
  • "Rust Belt" opening reception 6pm Electric Works 130 8th/Minna. Photos of dilapidating buildings in Detroit, Philly, and Buffalo
  • Author of Everything But The Coffee: Learning About America From Starbucks speaks 7-8.30pm Green Arcade 1680 Market/Gough
  • Music by Brooke Brown Saracino and art by Greg Bartlett 8pm SoCha Cafe Mission/Valencia
  • "Protagonist" group show 8pm Space Gallery 1141 Polk/Post. Artists and snacks present
Thurs, Jan 14:
  • Chris & Don: A Love Story screens 12pm Main Library Larkin/Grove
  • Best of the Decade awards and press reception 12pm RateItAll 2601 Mission/22nd Suite 400. My doubt about this event is tempered by the tapas
  • ReVisions: New Creations from SCRAP 5.30-7.30pm SF Environment EcoCenter 11 Grove/Larkin
  • "Filling Space" reception 5.30-9.30pm Baxter & Cook Art Advisors 2 Henry Adams/8th/Division Suite 358. Cool social justice pieces
  • Venezuela Speaks! Voices from the Grassroots tour 7.30pm Dolores Community Services 938 Valencia/20th
Wed, Jan 13:
  • Wear blue to support National Ocean Policy. Plus, 11.30am rally at City Hall
  • Dine About Town launch party 6pm Westfield Dome Market/5th $20. Wine, vodka, classy bites, DJ. Benefits Meals On Wheels. Buy tix early
  • Prohibition panel 7.30pm CounterPulse 1310 Mission/9th. Pot and Pucker
  • Wet Wednesday benefit for Sharon Studio Teen Art Camp 8pm-2am Riptide 3639 Taraval/47th Ave. Raffle, free pizza, music
Tues, Jan 12:
  • "Climate Change and Species Distribution" science talk 5.30pm Center for Biological Diversity 351 California. Gotta RSVP
  • Wear red at this rally to support Ethnic Studies in schools 6pm SF Unified School District 555 Franklin/Fulton. Speeches, food, and academic activism will be provided
Mon, Jan 11:
  • Inglourious Basterds screens free 8pm Independent 628 Divis/Hayes. "2 drink minimum"
  • Bluegrass night with Toshio Hirano 8.30pm Amnesia 853 Valencia/19th
Sun, Jan 10:
  • Vintage Paper Faire 10am-4pm County Fair Bldg GG Park 9th Ave/Lincoln
  • Lots of free yoga today Yoga Loft 321 Divis/Page
  • No Pants subway ride 1.30-6pm. Details here
  • Urban letterboxing adventure 2.30pm Main Library. Fun olde timey activity. Bring supplies or obtain there $3
  • Western swing band and other cute folky music 7pm Amnesia 853 Valencia/19th
Sat, Jan 9:
  • Many park workdays, such as Panhandle 9am or Duboce 10am. Digging and usually coffee/bagels
  • Endangered species observation bike ride 9.30am Bazaar Cafe California/21st Ave. Ride ends Sports Basement Presidio 1pm for the Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year Kick-Off Party: pizza, sale, and search for the Western Snowy Plover
  • Free composting class 10am-12pm Garden for the Environment 7th Ave/Lawton. If there aren't Arizmendi treats, there, go to the bakery itself
  • Vintage Paper Faire 10am-6pm County Fair Bldg GG Park 9th Ave/Lincoln
  • Street Utopia: film-food-art-urban design festival 5.30pm 1 Columbus/Clay. Sustainability, speakers, film, art, food cart vendors
  • Hootenanny 7pm International Cafe Haight/Fillmore $5 donation requested
  • Sudan 365: The Time is Now film, drum, and speaker event 7-9pm Temple Eman-uel 2 Lake/Arguello
  • Raj Patel reads from Value of Nothing 7.30pm Booksmith 1644 Haight/Clayton
Fri, Jan 8:
  • New group show 6-9pm The LAB 2948 16th/Capp
  • New group show 6-9pm Curiosity Shoppe 855 Valencia/19th
  • New group show 7-10pm Artist Xchange 3169 16th/Guerrero
  • New group show 7-9pm Southern Exposure 20th/Florida
  • Poetry & Pizza 7.30pm Escape from NY Pizza 333 Bush/Montgomery. All you can care to consume pizza, soda, salad, and pentameter. $10 donation goes to Women on Writing
Thurs, Jan 7:
  • Art crawl downtown and all around. Grab your wine jar and checkout the FecalFace link at right. Other suggestions: CellSpace and Creativity Explored in the Mission
Wed, Jan 6: Tues, Jan 5:
  • Museums around town be free
  • MoMA is free, plus playing Rocky at noon
  • Green Drinks 5.30-9.30pm 111 Minna/2nd. Mingle with other tree huggers, and bring your extra gifts to donate
Mon, Jan 4:
  • Community Thrift 50% off err'thang Valencia/17th
Sun, Jan 3:
  • Asian Art Museum be free
  • Electronic recycling collection 12-4pm Rainbow Grocery 14th/Folsom. Bring out your dead (TVs)
  • Free veggie dogs 1-6pm Frankenart Mart 515 Balboa/5th
Sat, Jan 2:
  • Debaser 90s rock dance 10pm Knockout 3223 Mission/Valencia free w/ flannel before 11pm after $5
  • Museums around town be free
  • Filmore Cocktail Crawl 6.30-9.30pm register at Yoshi's 1330 Fillmore/Eddy $5 donation. A) Gotta sign up for this Nirvino thing for tix B) Sponsored by Don Q, an amazing rum with a great sampling bar in San Juan, Puerto Rico (way more generous than Bacardi). Just sayin'


Look for article links among the day listings. Read them and people will think you are interesting. Because you are.Link Copenhagen Conference: Grist explains it simply to Eugene Mirman. Maybe I'll see you copin'/hangin' at the Copenhagen Cafe downtown Dec 7-16 The 16 Days of Artivism is/are in full swing. Check out all the cool artivities. From the makers of The Story of Stuff comes...The Story of Cap & the critique. And more short film goodness for you at Two Paper Planes. Anyone else on the low carb(on) diet? Calculate your cooking impact. On another eating issue, Wal-Mart steps into the local food scene.

Thurs, Dec 31:
  • Thanks, 2009
  • Thanks, Johnny at FunCheap: Free Muni rides 8pm on, and free Luxor Cab rides (415) 282-4141. Tell them Berg Injury Lawyers is picking up the tab
Wed, Dec 30:
  • ODC All-day Dance Bash 10am-midnight 351 Shotwell/17th. Classes, reception, dance party
  • SF Chamber Orchestra show 5.30pm Intercontinental 555 Howard/5th free
  • Chasing The Moon's Blue Moon Show at Blue Six 24th/Treat 8pm. Music by Indianna Hale and Slow Motion Cowboys
Sun, Dec 27:
  • Use your $2 all-day Muni pass to go see an organ recital 4pm Grace Cathedral 1100 California/Taylor
  • Murals and Multi-Ethnic Mission walking tour 1pm leaves from Women's Bldg 18th/Valencia
Fri, Dec 25: Thurs, Dec 24:
  • Free coffee or tea at Peet's all around the Bay 8am-8pm
  • Jeff's Jewish Xmas Eve Party 7pm-2am Riptide 3639 Taraval/47th Ave. Cheap drinks, free films, and free Chinese food
Sun, Dec 20:
  • Renegade Craft Fair 11am-7pm Fort Mason Herbst Pavilion. Indie designers, photo booth, raffle...
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Last one for the year!
  • Archetype Boutique Preview Party 12-6pm Gray Area Foundation For The Arts 55 Taylor/Market. Awesome community art project branches into sustainable fashion
  • SeaweedSway Showcase with Kacey Johansing, Garrett Pierece, Ramon&Jessica, Jeremy Dalmas 8pm sharp Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Valencia $8. Festive wear, $1 off if you donate to Food Bank, dance party, and possible fruit cake bake-off
Sat, Dec 19:
  • Renegade Craft Fair 11am-7pm Fort Mason Herbst Pavilion. Indie designers, photo booth, raffle...also Sunday
  • Archetype Boutique Preview Party 12-6pm Gray Area Foundation For The Arts 55 Taylor/Market. Awesome community art project branches into sustainable fashion
  • Non*Mart holiday stop & swap 2-7pm Y2Y Gallery 251 Balboa/4th Ave. Barter-based art exchange....a massage for a Miro?
  • Healthcare forum and holiday potluck 3pm St. Mary's Cathedral 1111 Gough/Geary. Single payers, but not single servings
  • Unsilent Night 7.30pm Dolores Park. BYOBoombox. CD/cassette provided
  • Rupa & The April Fishes + Conspiracy of Beards + Conspiracy of Venus holiday formal show 8pm Rickshaw 155 Fell/Van Ness $12. Lots of dapper gents and ladies. Dress up!
Fri, Dec 18:
  • Archetype Boutique Preview Party Gray Area Foundation For The Arts 55 Taylor/Market 6-8pm $20 open bar + nibbles 8pm-midnight $5-15 sliding scale reception and DJ. Awesome community art project branches into sustainable fashion
  • Art party! 6.30-9.30pm Secession Art & Design 3361 Mission/30th across from Safeway. DJ, nibbles, sips, raffle, cool stuff to buy, nifty people, and cupcakes. Bring a wine jar
  • Free music show 7pm at Adobe Books and art opening at BellJar 6pm 16th/Valencia
  • Meet Your Makers party and progressive sale 7-10pm Gravel&Gold 3266 21st/Valencia
Thurs, Dec 17:
  • Sale and holiday party 12-8pm The Mission Statement 3458 18th/Mission
  • NoisePop gift show 5-10pm Verdi Club 2424 Mariposa/Hampshire
  • ForageSF underground food market 5-11pm 2755 Bryant/25th. "Jams, pies, edible garden boxes, wild mushrooms, acorn flour, homemade sarsaparilla, Jewish deli fare and homemade empanadas." Plus music. Bring a few bucks to donate
  • Carnaval of the Animals auction party with Grupo Potaje 7-9pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th. Music and refreshments along with cool youth paper mache projects
  • Champagne Celebration 9pm-2am 111 Minna/2nd. Open bar and free food 10-11pm. I called Minna and they said if there's a cover, it's probably less than $5
Wed, Dec 16:
  • CA Academy of Sciences be free today
  • POOR Magazine's art market and party 12-9pm 2940 16th/Capp
  • Supervisor Campos holiday party 5-7pm City Hall Room 282
  • SFBC volunteer night 5.30-8pm 995 Market/6th. Bring your bike up, fold some newsletters, and eat some food
  • Carbon Collaborative panel discussion 6pm Crocker Galleria 50 Post/Montgomery
  • SF Appeal holiday party 7-10pm PariSoma 1436 Howard/10th. Brews and news. Gotta RSVP
  • Lost Landscapes of East Bay screens 7.30pm CounterPulse 1310 Mission/9th
  • SF Skate Association holiday party 8-11pm D-Structure 520 Haight/Fillmore. DJ and drinks and Denver the last dinosaur. Not really on the last one
  • Geographer + Northern Key 9pm Harlot 46 Minna/1st $5
Tues, Dec 15:
  • Protect reproductive choice rally 3pm City Hall
  • Young At Heart screens 5.45pm Main Library Grove/Larkin. This is your future, Conspiracy of Beards and Conspiracy of Venus....
Sun, Dec 13:
  • Craft fair 10am-2pm Delfina 3621 18th/Guerrero
  • Bazaar Bizarre craft show and workshops 12-6pm County Fair Bldg GG Park 9th Ave/Lincoln $2
  • Planting Justice dinner/concert/fundraiser 6-10pm Humanist Hall, Oakland $30-40 donation, no one turned away. This is seriously worth the trek: great bands, food, cause, and libations around a fire
  • Chaat & Chat: Indian food & edutaining lectures by your peers 6.30-11pm Baker/Golden Gate. Email me to RSVP
  • "Sound...In Search of a Word" poetry and music 7pm Big Umbrella Studios Divis/McAllister $5-10 donation, no one turned away. Hums and hummus from apothocurious
Sat, Dec 12:
  • EATS (Ecology and Agriculture Together for Sustainability) plant sale and rummage sale fundraiser 10am-4pm 693 Vermont/19th. Support this cool school's garden program
  • Produce to the People jam sale 12-4pm Mission Pie 2901 Mission/25th. Delicious local products sold to benefit youth food education...yes
  • Bazaar Bizarre craft show and workshops 12-6pm County Fair Bldg GG Park 9th Ave/Lincoln $2
  • "Sexecology" opening reception 5-9pm Femina Potens 2899 Market/Sanchez. "25 Way to Make Love to the Earth." Tree hugging is the new first base
  • Sara Thustra calendar art release 6-9pm Needles&Pens 3253 16th/Guerrero. Music and 25 cent art
  • "Lost and Found: 13 Pieces of SF" USF MFA short story readings 7-9pm Cantina 580 Sutter/Mason. Dinner and words provided
  • Root Division H show 7-10pm 3175 17th/S Van Ness $1-10 donation. All sorts of local art and handiwork
  • "Back to Front" group art opening 7-10pm Queen's Nails Projects Mission/Valencia
  • Lil Ole Opry 7-10.30pm Cafe International 508 Haight/Fillmore. Bluegrass, honkytonk, old time, and alt-country concert
Fri, Dec 11:
  • Mission Holiday Block Party 5-10pm. "A night of sales, parites, art openings, events, food, drink, prizes, and general fun times"
  • Supervisor Mirkarimi's holiday art party 5.30-8pm City Hall Room 282. Young progressives, potluck appetizers, libations, art, live music
  • SCRAP group art show 6-8pm Crocker Galleria 50 Post/Montgomery
  • "Birds" photography reception by Anubhav Jain 6-9pm Arkay Workshop 2869 24th/Bryant
  • Art in Storefronts: Bayview Phase 6-9pm ART 94124 3009B 3rd/Fairfax
  • Free the Cuban Five benefit and panel 7pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th $10 donation, no one turned away. Learn about these prisoners, hear some poetry, enjoy refreshments, etc
  • ATA 25th anniversary party 7.30pm 992 Valencia/21st. Film, time capsule, etc
  • Dina Maccabee, Jascha Vs. Jascha, and Girls In Trouble play 8pm SoCha Cafe 3235 Mission/Valencia. Free?
Thurs, Dec 10:
  • Amnesty International USA Human Rights Day Open House 5.30pm 350 Sansome/Sacramento RSVP to kmendoza at
Wed, Dec 9:
  • Green Action Celebration of cool supervisors and environmental justice victories 5.30-7.30pm 1095 Market/7th Suite 712. Food and drink, donations appreciated!
Tues, Dec 8:
  • 2cFree: art, film, writings, and more from an innovative education program for incarcerated students 6-7.30pm Main Library Grove/Larkin
  • Bay Area Women in Film holiday party & fundraiser 7.30-10pm Women's Bldg 3543 18th/Valencia $5-10 suggested donation. Nibbles, music, $ for great raffle prizes
  • "Above My Head, Below My Toes" opening reception 8.30pm Loving Cup Polk/Green. Greg's new show is apparently not about the navel
Mon, Dec 7:
  • 50% off err'thang Community Thrift Valencia/17th
  • "Save the Ant, Save the World" science talk 7pm Atlas Cafe 20th/Alabama
Sun, Dec 6:
  • Asian Art Museum be free today 10am-5pm Larkin/McAllister
  • Puppets for days this weekend: another show 11am Dolores Park playground. Refreshments to accompany these cute creatures
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Soil yourself
  • IndieMart vintage edition 12-6pm 1453 Valencia/25th
  • Sports Basement party and sale 1pm fashion show, 2pm bike winterize clinic, 4pm kegs tapped 1590 Bryant/15th. Free food, bands, 20% sale off everything. Tell them Noelle sent you!
  • Frankenart Mart free hot dog day - meat and veggie 1-6pm 515 Balboa/5th
  • Om Shanti Om screening 2pm YBCA 701 Mission/3rd $6-8. Epic Bollywood film
  • Clothing swap and craft sale 3-7pm Cowley Studios 2325 3rd/20th
  • SF Bike Coalition's Winterfest 6-10.30pm SomArts 934 Brannan/8th $15 for members/$40 for non-members (includes 1 year membership). Free beer, photos, and bike excitement. Raffle, auction, and food for sale
Sat, Dec 5:
  • A Good Idea 24 Hours of Service event Friday 7pm-Saturday 7pm: Volunteer relay race! Awesome
  • Juri Commons park workday 9am-noon Valencia-San Jose-Guerrero/25th-26th. Digging and donuts, conversation and coffee
  • 3rd St Warehouse Sale and Rickshaw Bags Flapjack Festival 665 22nd St/904 22nd St 9am-5pm. Design, pancakes, coffee, sales
  • Brassica festival 11am Ferry Bldg Farmers Market. Cool cooks give you seasonal tips and tastes
  • Holiday design/craft sale 12-5pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission
  • City Arts sidewalk sale 12-6pm Valencia/19th
  • Youth soccer skills event put on by Parks Council and Sports Basement 2-5pm Franklin Square 16th/Bryant
  • IndieMart night-time edition 4pm-late + concert Independent 628 Divis/Hayes $2 donation/$10 concert
  • And just because...more puppets: Tabi Tabi Po Philipino puppet show 5.30pm 1AM Gallery 1000 Howard
  • Paxton Gates'sss anniversaries and holiday parties: 3-6pm Paxton Kids 766 Valencia/18th, then 7-10pm Paxton Gate 824 Valencia/19th
  • New screenprints reception 6-9pm Curiosity Shoppe 855 Valencia/19th. Drinks, snacks, sale
  • Artist bazaar 7pm Precita Eyes Mural Center 2981 24th/Treat. DJ and art sales
  • Free DJ/music event and open bar (8-10pm) The Mighty 119 Utah/15th 8pm-late. Gotta RSVP
  • "Excercises in Seeing" guided dark art exhibit 9pm-late Queen's Nails Projects 3191 Mission/Valencia. Huh
Fri, Dec 4:Link
  • La Cocina holiday fair 4-9pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th. Come sip wine and buy gifts for your foodie friends to support this great nonprofit
  • Art in Storefronts: Bayview Phase 6-9pm ART 94124 3009B 3rd/Fairfax
  • The 13th Small Format Art Sale 6-9pm The Lab 2948 16th/Capp. Meander on over to...
  • Creativity Explored holiday art party 6-9pm 3245 16th/Guerrero. Awesome gallery and great receptions. Mosey on over to...
  • Artist-Xchange holiday arty party 7-10pm 3169 16th/Guerrero
  • Dog Eared Books holiday party 7pm 900 Valencia/20th. Drinks, lost&found auction, live music by Jonathon Segel and Victor Krummenacher
  • Rare Device's Poketo pop-up shop and other artist reception 7-9pm 1845 Market/Guerrero
  • Lower Haight Art Walk 7-10pm. Lots of sales, drink specials, fashion shows, etcetera/etcetera
  • A Good Idea 24 Hours of Service event Friday 7pm-Saturday 7pm: Volunteer relay race! Awesome
  • Vinyasa & Vino yoga class & wine tasting 7.30pm Lululemon 327 Grant/Bush
  • Lowerdeck underground puppet show and art exhibit 8.30-10.30pm 2295 3rd/20th. Live music, art, and libations
  • The Dead Hensons rock muppet songs 9.30pm Bottom of the Hill 1233 17th/Missouri $12. Sesame Street sing-alongs with some big name band members
Thurs, Dec 3:
  • Real! Live! Flower! Arranging! Yow! 12.30pm reception 1pm demo Conservatory of Flowers 100 JFK Drive, GG Park $15 for TheWeekIntro readers, free for students. Designer Jun Pinon teaches you to make awesome floral art. Email mdavis at for tix
  • Gallery crawl downtown. Bring a wine jar
  • Divisadero Art Walk 5pm-midnight Divis/Haight-Geary. Lots of shops, arts, sales, and snacks
  • Handmade Hodown 6pm-midnight 1015 Folsom/6th. Free schwag for early birds, raffle/gift wrap benefits Drawbridge, DJs, booze available, donate art supplies and get a tshirt....everyone wins
  • Mission Local art auction and photo party 7-11pm 2871 24th/Bryant
Wed, Dec 2:
  • Exploratorium be free today
  • Troop escalation protest 5pm Market/Powell. Food and schools and healthcare and shelter, not bombs
  • The Dumpling: A Seasonal Guide 6-7pm Omnivore Books 3885A Cesar Chavez/Church. Author talk and food demo
  • Neighborhood Parks Council Holiday Potluck Party 6-8pm 451 Hayes/Octavia. Please RSVP. Open space lovers say "Heeeyyyyyyy!"
  • Lombardi Sports sale, brews, and snacks 6-9pm 1600 Jackson. Local business and local beer
Tues, Dec 1:
  • Many museums are free around town today. Go get some culture
  • Green Drinks Holiday Bash 5.30-9.30pm 111 Minna/2nd. Free to network and nibble, or $10 donation to Grid Alternatives gets you a drink
  • The Commonwealth Club has 2 great events tonight: World AIDS Day panel 6pm and then State of Pastry 6.30pm. Ticket prices vary
  • World AIDS Day slideshow and reception 6-8pm Main Library Larkin/Grove
  • World AIDS Day Event - Reducing HIV/AIDS & Violence Against Women & Girls 7-8.30pm UC Hastings Center for Gender & Refugee Studies. Contact smplatis @ gmail for more info
  • Permaculture panel 7-9pm Red Poppy House 2698 Folsom/23rd


City Arts & Lectures has so so many great speakers this month. Listen on the radio or volunteer usher for free learning. Plus, digital film class!

Mon, Nov 30:
  • Recovered from gluttony? Then come to About Face's office warming/volunteer night afternoon-evening 580 California/Kearney. Stuff envelopes and your mouth as you help this media literacy non-profit. Please RSVPizza
  • In The Time of Butterflies and El Camino Que Se Abre screen 7pm Revolution Cafe 22nd/Bartlett. Part of The 16 Days of Artivism
Wed, Nov 25: Tues, Nov 24:
  • Honeycomb croons 8pm show Climate Theatre 9th/Folsom $7-15 sliding scale. New and old hits for a tranquil evening
Mon, Nov 23:
  • INFORUM presents Millennial Changemakers 6.30pm Commonwealth Club 595 Market/2nd members free, $7 students, $18 non-members

Sun, Nov 22:

  • Clothing/everything swap and sewing creations 12-4pm Caretakers' 848 Divis/McAllister
Sat, Nov 21:
  • 16th Annual Filipino American Cine Fest 10am-5pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Plantin' some strawberries
  • Hamlet performed 2-3.30pm Noe Library 451 Jersey-25th/Castro
  • Pop Up Shop 2-10pm Space Gallery 1141 Polk/Sutter. "Four words: wayfarers. cupcakes. jewelry. charity." Bring a coat to donate
  • Studio 3579 art party and sustainable jewelry launch 6-9pm 499 Dolores/18th. Food from Lilah Belle's and white sangria
  • Pachanga: Galeria de la Raza annual art auction party 7pm 2857 24th/Bryant $20-50 sliding scale (check website for recession special coupon!). DJ, raffle, food, drink, done
Fri, Nov 20:
  • 16th Annual Filipino American Cine Fest 1-5pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove
  • Arty party 5-9pm Secession Art & Design 3361 Mission/30th across from Safeway. Sips, nibbles, pretty things, pretty people
  • "Tree Spiker" party and fundraiser 5-9pm 111 Minna/2nd $10-20. Hooligans from Earth First, RAN, Ruckus, plus music and auction
  • "My Husband" art reception w/"provocative embroidery, collage, and paper sculpture" BellJar 3187 16th/Guerrero
  • Film and art 7pm-midnight Big Umbrella Studio Divis/McAllister
  • Art in Storefronts: Mission launch 7-10pm. Reception and remarks Tripe Base Gallery 3041 24th/Treat, then meander around for art, jazz, and danza azteca
  • c.h.i.c.k.e.n. art show and performance 7-10pm Spare Room Project 260 Anderson/Cortland. A very unique experience
  • The Recess Ends: A Recession Doc 7.30pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th/Mission. Reserve your free tix online
  • Blank Tapes + more play 7.30-10pm Yoga Loft 321 Divis/Page $5-15 sliding scale. Give 'em props
Thurs, Nov 19: Wed, Nov 18:
  • Shop Around, Dine Around, Drink Around: participating businesses/eateries/bars donate to AIDS Emergency Fund and Breast Cancer Emergency Fund. Lots of places in lots of neighborhoods
  • Between The Folds screens 5.45pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove. Origami 2.0
  • Up the Yangtze screens as part of the Water Film Series 6.30-9pm Work Space Ltd 2150 Folsom/18th. Free, $5 donation for good beer and good popcorn
  • Blast! screens 7-9pm Randall Museum 199 Museum Way. Monthly SF Amateur Astronomers meeting. So adorably nerdy
  • Wounds of the Izote staged reading about migration and Salvadorean civil war 7pm Centro del Pueblo 474 Valencia/16th $5
  • King Khan & BBQ Show + Those Darlins 8.30pm doors Independent 628 Divis/Hayes $15
Tues, Nov 17:
  • Gardening in Small, Urban Places informational 6pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove
  • Wounds of the Izote staged reading about migration and Salvadorean civil war 7pm USF Turk/Parker
  • Fashion Feud 7-10pm The Mighty 119 Utah/15th. Project Runway runaway: live design competition
Mon, Nov 16:
  • Cameroonian director and film about post-genocide Rwanda: Nos Ne Sommes Plus Morts (We Are Not Dead) 6-8pm USF Campus. Maybe free?
  • Down to a Science: Biology of Aging 7-9pm Atlas Cafe 20th/Alabama
  • French Miami + The Ettes rock the Jameson Ball 8pm Mezzanine 444 Jessie/5th. Gotta RSVP to get in. Free tunes and free whiskey
Sun, Nov 15:
  • SF Green Festival
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Dig it
  • Frankenart Mart hot dog day and show opening 1-6pm 515 Balboa/5th Ave. Free veggie and flesh
  • Seaweed Sway showcase 8pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission $7. Jeremy Dalmas, Indianna Hale, Jeffrey "Windy Gap" Manson, and Slow Motion Cowboys. A perfect combination of fun and tranquility for your Sunday night
Sat, Nov 14:
  • SF Green Festival
  • Bollywood Scavenger Hunt 1-4pm Haight/Ashbury $20 donation goes towards SOVA
  • "Fashion as Protest and Inspiration" workshop 2-4pm 625 Larkin/Eddy #202 $10-20 sliding scale. "We'll discuss political, environmental, and creative reasons for dressing uniquely, and how we can effect change through the language of clothing"
  • Hootenanny Night: 8th Anniversary Folk Music Party 7-10pm Cafe International 504 Haight/Fillmore free
  • Soapbox Social/YBCA Big Idea Night 7-9pm/9pm-2am Yerba Buena 701 Mission/3rd Gotta RSVP. Alternative State of the Union addresses, nibbles, live great music, lots of folks
  • 90s dance party 9pm-2am The Caretakers' 848 Divis/McAllister free. Films and cheap drinks..."bring your sensitive friends"
Fri, Nov 13:
  • SF Green Festival
  • "Moonlighting" art opening/auction/benefit 5-11pm Work Space Ltd 2150 Folsom/18th. Music and refreshments
  • "Enrique's Story" immigration discussion 5.30pm reception 6pm talk Episcopal Church of St. John 1661 15th/Mission
  • Paragraph Boutique's 2 year anniversary party 6-9pm 1234 9th Ave/Irving. Treats and design
  • South African resistance discussion 6pm Pirate Cat Radio 2781 21st/York
  • Paul Madonna's "In What Era Will You Get Stuck?" opening 6pm Electric Works 130 8th/Minna
  • Young Workers United carnival art auction 7pm Station 40 3030B 16th/Mission $5-25 sliding scale. Refreshments, music, art, raffle
  • Drinking while Dancing competition 8pm The Lab 2948 16th/Mission free. Open Floor and Knockout divisions. Dancers and spectators are welcome
Thurs, Nov 12:
  • Native American history month celebration and awards 5-7.30pm City Hall
  • Good Vibes gives you tips on specific, um, techniques 5.30-6.30pm 603 Valencia/17th
  • Augmented Reality art panel 6.30pm SwissNex 730 Montgomery/Bush. Free w/ RSVP
  • Art party and benefit w/ circus acts, free food and haircuts for punctual people, live painting and music, and auction 7pm SubMission 2811 Mission/18th $10-15 sliding scale, or free thru FunCheapSF
  • "Jigsawmentallama" group art show 7pm David Cunningham Projects 1928 Folsom/18th. I don't know either
  • Michael Musika, Quinn DeVeaux, Indianna Hale, and Loyd Family Players croon 8pm Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell/Van Ness $12
  • Frank Fairfield: hardly strictly Appalachia + Devine's Washboard Band 8pm Adobe Books 3166 16th/Guerrero free
Wed, Nov 11:
  • Food For Thought: eat at participating restaurants and Mission Graduates benefits
  • "Sex, Drugs, HIV" harm reduction panel 5.30pm Women's Bldg 3543 18th/Valencia
Tues, Nov 10:
  • Ask a Scientist: Biological Invasion 7pm Axis Cafe 1201 8th/16th/Wisconsin. Get there early
  • AB & The Sea + Fun 8pm show Bottom of the Hill 17th/Missouri $12
  • Benefit for Paulie Schreck 8pm El Rio 3158 Mission/Precita $10-20. Burlesque, bands, raffle, auction, and my pal shaving her head
Mon, Nov 9:
  • Bluegrass Mondays: Toshio Hirono covers classic country 8.30pm Amnesia 853 Valencia/19th
  • Guardian's Goldie Party celebrating local doers 9pm 111 Minna/2nd free. The Fresh and Onlys perform, Sirron Norris paints, and you party
Sun, Nov 8:
  • KUSF Rock'n'Swap 10am-3pm USF 2053 Fulton/Cole $3. If you have alacrity and money, early bird starts 6am $20 (coffee and bagel included)
  • Contemporary Jewish Museum be free today when you present your SF Public Library Card 11am-5pm 736 Mission/4th
  • Exploratorium be free today as part of its 40th anniversary celebration 10am-5pm
  • Indie Mart 12-6pm Thee Parkside 17th/Wisconsin $2 donation. DIY demos, local vendors, bands, DJs, funky food for sale, and a ping pong tournament
  • Shitty Kitty the Movie: Rise of Cobra 1pm Mission Comics and Art 3520 20th/Valencia. Free mimosas and Moroccan info
  • Pickling party 4.30pm Gravel & Gold 3266 21st/Valencia. Bring vegetables and jars, or $10 for vegetables and jars
  • Dutchess and the Duke + Greg Ashley 9pm Bottom of the Hill 17th/Missouri $10
Sat, Nov 7:
  • Exploratorium be free today as part of its 40th anniversary celebration 10am-5pm
  • Mission Casbah weekly design market grand opening 10am-6pm Submission Gallery 2183 Mission/18th. Today there will be free champagne and turkish delight
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Soil yourself
  • City Arts and Lectures presents John Hodgman 8pm Herbst Theatre Van Ness/McAllister $20
Fri, Nov 6:
  • "Street Art SF: Mission Muralismo" opening 5.30pm Friday Nights at the de Young GG Park
  • "Tucker Nichols: New Work" opening 6pm Gallery 16 501 Third/Bryant
  • Make a 'zine and eat some 'zza at Indie Girl's party 6-7.30pm Booksmith 1644 Haight/Cole
  • New art reception 6-9pm Arkay Workshop 2869 24th/Bryant. Local chai and other refreshments
  • Nikki McClure's new papercuts opening 6pm Needles and Pens 3253 16th/Guerrero
  • TRUNK open house 6-10pm 544 Haight/Fillmore. Sangria, beverages, and new designs
  • "Culturshock/Culturcosm" art shop-around 6pm Space Gallery Polk/Post. DJs and design
  • City Art new show opening 7-10pm 828 Valencia/19th
  • Square dance! 7.30pm Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center 515 Cortland/Andover $5 donation
  • Edo Gallery Speakeasy 9pm 601 Haight/Steiner. Drinks, music, dancing, and 20's up-dos
  • City in Pink movie party 9pm 111 Minna/2nd $5. Ferris Bueller, Uncle Buck, Sixteen Candles, and more films, plus a dance party
Thurs, Nov 5:
  • Pie tasting 12-2pm Cafe Gratitude 20th/Harrison
  • Gallery crawl downtown. Bring a wine jar
  • Fivepoints Arthouse opening reception 7-10pm 72 Tehama/2nd. Art, chocolate, and red wine. Practice being a classy mature woman
  • A Heartbeat and a Guitar: Johnny Cash 7pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission $8. Sean Hayes, Tiny Telephone, and more play
  • Broken Rainbow screens and discussion of the Black Mesa Dineh Reservation follows 8pm Bound Together Books 1369 Haight/Masonic $5-10 suggested donation. Pizza, snacks, and info provided
  • Get a good dose of SF Indie Rock: Port O'Brien + Geographer 8pm Bottom of the Hill 17th/Missouri $12
  • Blues Control take you on an eardrum rollercoaster Hemlock Tavern Polk/Post $7
  • *When you're out tonight, look for Verizon street team: they may give you free Silversun Pickups + Metric tix for Friday night! (Please take me)
Wed, Nov 4: Tues, Nov 3:
  • Many museums are free around town today. Go get some culture
  • Green Drinks 5.30-8.30pm 111 Minna/2nd. Network with fellow tree huggers and nibble on Sour Flour
Mon, Nov 2:
  • Dia de los Muertos procession 7pm 24th/Bryant. Parades around Garfield Park 25th/Treat up Mission. Stop by in Mission Cultural Center 6-10.30pm 2858 Mission/25th $5 for skull decorating, pan de muertos y chocolate, dance, and mask making


Potato! Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema Festival is Oct 1 - Oct 10. Check out local films and meet your neighbors and listen to good local bands. Litquake shakes SF Oct 9 - Oct 17. Words and nerds galore. ArtSpan Open Studios Oct 3 - Nov 1. Bring your wine jar and appreciative eyes and wallets. The Big Rumble Oct 13 - Oct 17. 20th Anniversary of that big ol' earthquake in SF. Lots of events around town! DocFest Oct 16 - Oct 29. Lots o' documentaries
Thurs, Oct 1:
  • Banned book reading noon Main Library Grove/Larkin
  • 1st Thursday art crawl downtown. Check FecalFace link at right in Get Your Free On
  • Sex Ed trivia night 6-9pm Mad Dog in the Fog 530 Haight/Fillmore. Law Students for Reproductive Choice and Med Students for Choice start being smart 7pm. Free snacks, some free beer, and some free latex!
  • "Interrupting a Beam of Light" opening 7pm David Cunningham Projects 1928 Folsom/16th
  • SpaceCraft monthly art launch 7pm CellSpace 2050 Bryant/18th
  • Jesse Sheidlower reads from The F-Word 7pm City Lights 261 Columbus/Broadway. Expletive, yeah!
  • Indianna Hale and more play 7.30pm Adobe Books 3166 16th/Guerrero
Fri, Oct 2 - Sun, Oct 4: Fri, Oct 2:
  • Gas Free Friday 7.30-10am 12th/Market. Bring a mug for coffee, plus get some snacks!
  • Born Into Brothels screening 6pm Remake Lounge Crocker Galleria 130 Sutter/Montgomery. Donations go to Hope House. "Popcorn, wine, and inspiration provided"
  • Mission Grafica opening 6-8pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th
  • "Lightning, Lava, and Bombs" opening 6pm RayKo Photo Center 428 3rd/Harrison
  • Grey Foundation for the Arts inaugural exhibition 6-9pm 55 Taylor/Market. Rad non-profit doing cool stuff in the Loin
  • Think Before You Pink opening 6-9pm Arthaus 411 Brannan/3rd. Art that calls for transparency in the pink ribbon business
  • Artist Xchange group opening 7-10pm 3169 16th/Guerrero
  • "Living Color" opening reception 8-11pm D-Structure 520 Haight/Fillmore. Gotta RSVP
  • Tartufi, Geographer, and Judgement Day rock 9pm Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell/Van Ness $10
Sat, Oct 3 - Sun, Oct 4:
  • Vegetarian Festival 10am-6pm County Fair Bldg GG Park 9th/Irving. Free for students, kids, seniors, and everyone before 10.30am. $6 suggested donation. Speakers and samples and stuff
Sat, Oct 3:
  • Precita Park workday 9am-12pm Folsom/Precita
  • Fall Garden Festival 10am til close Botanical Gardens GG Park 9th/Irving
  • Sandcastle building competition/fundraiser 10am-4pm Ocean Beach, south of The Cliff House at Balboa
  • Elsie Street Block Party 11am-4pm Cortland/Elsie
  • Hispanic Heritage Day noon Mission Library 24th/Bartlett. Tango, poetry, and more
  • Environmental Fair 1-4pm Crocker Galleria 50 Post/Montgomery. Speakers, music, food, and lots o' info
  • Ralph Nader's Only The Super Rich Can Save Us book launch 3pm Modern Times 888 Valencia/20th. Seems he'll be there
  • Gandhi birthday poetry reading 4.30pm Gandhi statue Mission/Market Ferry Bldg
  • Heroes of the Environment reading 5pm Green Arcade 1680 Market
  • Slumdog Millionaire screens dusk Washington Square Park North Beach
Sun, Oct 4:
  • Asian Art Museum be free 10am-5pm 200 Larkin/McAllister
  • Community party and concert 2pm Irving Scott School 1060 Tennessee/22nd. Stitchcraft, Rock the Bike, rooftop garden planning, and more
Tues, Oct 6:
  • Lotsa free museums around town. My loop: de Young, Conservatory of Flowers, MoMA
  • SF Green Drinks 5.30-8.30pm 111 Minna/2nd. Absinthe and tree huggers?
  • Ask A Scientist: Magic! 7pm Axis Cafe 1201 8th/Wisconsin/16th. Get there early

Wed, Oct 7:

Thurs, Oct 8:

Fri, Oct 9:

  • "Small Potatoes" opening by Paul Madonna 6-8pm Four Barrel Coffee 375 Valencia/14th
  • Opening party 6.30-9.30pm Secession Art & Design 3361 Mission/30th across from Safeway. Pretty things, nice people, DJ, nibbles, and sips (bring a jar!)
  • Ed Masuga plays some acoustic guitar 7pm Gravel & Gold 3266 22nd/Valencia. Great little space
  • Black, White, and Read: Litquake's Book Ball 8pm War Memorial Bldg Van Ness/Grove $20 for a drink and nibbles and authors and music and dancing
  • Roadhouse screens 9pm Workspace McAllister/Baker. Swayze and punching and treats and DIY $5
  • ArtXX fundraiser, issue release, and dance party 10pm El Rio 3158 Mission/Cesar Chavez $5
Sat, Oct 10-Sun, Oct 11: Sat, Oct 10: Sun, Oct 11: Tues, Oct 13: Wed, Oct 14:
  • Litquake
  • Ash Reiter, Michael Musika, and Taught Me perform 8pm show El Rio 3158 Mission/Valencia $5
Thurs, Oct 15:Link
  • "Let Me Have My Fun" screenprinting event 2-5pm Center for the Book 300 De Haro/16th. Also Friday
  • Drop NAFTA/CAFTA rally 5-8pm Union Square Powell/Geary
  • Litquake
  • Red Haute's local independent trunk show 7pm-midnight Rosewood Bar 732 Broadway. Free design show and free hors d' oeuvres
  • Sarah Vowell reads from The Wordy Shipmates 7.30pm Booksmith 1644 Haight/Cole
  • Third Thursday party 6-9pm The Mission Statement 3458 18th/Mission. Usually good sips and nibbles
Fri, Oct 16:
  • Gas Free Fridays 8-10am 7th/Folsom. Free coffee, snacks, and bike repair
  • "Let Me Have My Fun" screenprinting event 2-5pm Center for the Book 300 De Haro/16th
  • Tonight's de Young event has a cool 12 piece jazz/blues/gospel ensemble 5-8.45 GG Park. Plus "create your own mini aboriginal dreamtime painting." Huh
  • Food & Sex Magazine BYOB happy hour and tasty tastings 5-9pm Gravel & Gold 3266 21nd/Valencia
  • Peace vigil 6-8pm Panhandle Masonic/Fell
  • Michael McConnell's new art reception 6-9pm BellJar 3187 16th/Guerrero
  • "Eternal Sleep" Dia de los Muertos tribute show and 1 year Anniversary party 7-10pm 1AM Gallery 1000 Howard/6th
  • Litquake
Sat, Oct 17 - Sun, Oct 18: Sat, Oct 17:
  • The Big Rumble Preparedness fair and party 11am-4pm lots of sites: Marina, Mission, Sunset, and Bayview. Music, important info, giveaways, free food at some sites
  • Antiwar rally 11am UN Plaza Market/Hyde. How about backing up your Nobel, Mr. Obama?
  • Vegan bake sale and cat rescue benefit 11am Ike's Place 3506 16th/Sanchez. Also a relief supplies drive for Philippines weather survivors: toiletries, clothes, etc
  • SF Recreation & Parks open house and BBQ 1-4pm 811 Stanyan/Frederick. Please RSVP
  • Southern Exposure's block party 4pm-10pm 3030 20th/Alabama. Food and drink (free and for sale), art, fun, etc
  • LitCrawl
Sun, Oct 18:
  • Contemporary Jewish Museum, Museum of African Diaspora, SFMoMA, and Zeum are free today 11am-4pm. Music at some sites, too
  • Brunch with Yo La Tengo 1pm (get there early) Aquarius Records Valencia/22nd. The poor hungry person's mini Treasure Island: acoustic set + bagels
  • "The View From Here" book release/opening reception 4-7pm Mission Pie 25th/Mission. Students from Mission High capture their surroundings
  • Seaweed Sway showcase: Joseph Childress, Jascha vs. Jascha, and Honeycomb 8pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission $7. Jessy's awesome showcase
Mon, Oct 19:
  • Down to a Science Nerdy Lecture: Experimental Man 7pm Atlas Cafe 20th/Florida
Tues, Oct 20:
  • Get Lost Books and CouchSurfing International present Adventures in Iran and Indonesia 7pm 1825 Market/Gough
  • Earth Island's Brower Youth Awards 7.30pm Herbst Theatre 401 Van Ness/McAllister. Free, but best reserve a ticket
  • El Rio's 31st Anniversary Party! 8pm 3158 Mission/Valencia BBQ and bands
Wed, Oct 21:
  • CA Academy of Sciences be free today
  • Default screening 5pm El Rio 3158 Mission/Valencia. Moans about student loans
  • A Simple Question screens 6pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove. Students getting their environmentalism on. May be a tear jerker
  • Fair Trade + sporting goods = 6 til 9pm Sports Basement 1590 Bryant/15th. Eat, drink, and shop: 10% goes to TransFair USA
  • Free Weezer + Natalie Portman's Shaved Head show 7pm doors (get there EARLY) Regency Ballroom 1300 Van Ness. Elbow your way through teenagers who still use MySpace
  • Blind Pilot croon along with The Low Anthem 8.30pm Great American Music Hall Polk/O'Farrell $16
Thurs, Oct 22: Fri, Oct 23:
  • SF Arts Commission Better Market Street party 5-7pm 989 Market/6th. Lots of storefronts are all arted up
  • CA Modern Art Gallery reception 6-9pm 1035 Market/7th
  • November premiere and cocktail reception 7pm American Conservatory Theatre 415 Geary/Mason $10
  • "Duplicate Location" opening 7-10pm Spare Room Project 260 Anderson/Cortland. Art, nice people, good reception
  • Conspiracy of Venus and more perform 7.30pm Yoga Loft Divis/Page $5
  • Dance party benefit for Tortuga House (shadily raided by FBI/police after G20 Summit) 8pm-late 1144 Howard/7th $5-500
  • DocFest's roller disco party 8pm-2am CellSpace 2050 Bryant/18th $5 w/costume, $10 w/o, free with DocFest ticket stub
Sat, Oct 24:
  • Conference to save public education and organize against cuts 10am-5pm UC Berkeley Pauley Ballroom
  • Alemany Farm workday and Harvest Festival 11am-5pm. BBQ, potluck sides/desserts, games, screenprinting (bring a tshirt or hoodie), Mission Pie pumpkin pie, garlic planting, mirth
  • Clarion Alley Block Party noon-nine Valencia/17th. Murals, music, mayhem
  • ArtCrank: a poster party for bike people 7-11pm Chrome Bags 480 4th/Brannan
Sun, Oct 25:
  • Book Fair 10am-5pm County Fair Bldg GG Park 9th Ave/Lincoln
  • Vintage/reworked clothing fair 12-6pm Workshop 1798 McAllister/Baker
Wed, Oct 28:
  • "On the Origin of Species" lecture and photo exhibit 6-7.30pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove. Go Darwin go
  • Benefit for homeless youth sports/sledding 8pm Riptide 3639 Taraval/47th Ave. Surfboard raffle, surf movies, funk music, and free food
Thurs, Oct 29:
  • I Am Legend screens noon Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove
  • Sandra Lee Gallery closing reception and Hween party 5-7.30pm 251 Post/Grant Suite 310. Refreshments and costume contest
  • INFORUM's Street Food Expo 6.30pm panel 7.30pm food fair 595 Market/2nd, tastings 111 Minna/2nd $7-20
  • Costume karaoke 9pm Jack's 2545 24th/Utah. Live saxophone solos
Fri, Oct 30:
  • Tough Times Hween party 7pm Five Points Art House 72 Tehama/2nd. Tunes, costume contest, no cover, drinks by donation, etc
  • "The Monster Show" group opening 7pm-midnight Big Umbrella Studios Divis/McAllister
  • Benefit screening of The Yes Men, anti-corporate stuntmen (not as corporeal as Mr. Moore) 7pm & 9pm Roxie Theatre 16th/Valencia $10. Filmmaker Q&A
  • Muni Diaries live 7.30pm Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission. Read your greatest pubtrans tales
  • Big line up of eclectic local musicians 8.30pm LiPo Lounge 916 Grant/Jackson $5. It will be a very interesting show!
Sat, Oct 31:
  • If you live in the Mission, get in free to CA Academy of Sciences with proof of zipcode
  • Johnny at FunCheapSF went above and beyong, listing 100s of Hween events. Bien hecho
  • Free taxi rides home! Starts 10pm Luxor Cabs 415 282 4141 "Tell them Berg Injury Lawyers is picking up the tab"
  • Trick or treating crafts for all 5-8pm Workshop 1798 McAllister/Baker. Get sugared up with DIYers
  • Journey to the End of the Night city-wide tag game 7pm Justin Herman Plaza Ferry Bldg
  • One more hour to celebrate: Daylight Savings Time = Fall Back. 3am is the new 2am
NOVEMBER Sun, Nov 1:
  • Sleep in an extra hour. Daylight Savings Time = You fell back. It's not noon, it's 11am. You are good for something, no matter what your family says
  • Birding by Bike 9am-1pm meet at Velo Rouge Cafe Arguello/McAllister free for SFBC members, $5 donation for non-members. BYOBinoculars
  • If you live in the Mission, get in free to CA Academy of Sciences with proof of zipcode
  • Asian Art Museum be free today Larkin/McAllister
  • The Yes Men, anti-corporate stuntmen (not as corporeal as Mr. Moore) 5pm Roxie Theatre 16th/Valencia $10. Filmmaker Q&A, then anti-Chevron March to Castro/Market


Tues, Sep 1:
  • Lotsa free museums around town. My loop: de Young, Conservatory of Flowers, MoMA
  • SF Green Drinks 5-9pm 111 Minna/2nd. Absinthe and tree huggers? West Coast Green and Bioneers raffle ticket raffle
  • Ask a Scientist: Take a Tour of Your Brain 7pm Axis Cafe 1201 8th/16th-Wisconsin Wed,

Wed, Sep 2:

Thurs, Sep 3:
  • Divisadero Art Walk from Haight to Geary. Times and activities vary. Hit PACT's Wine Fundraiser 635 Divis 6-9pm
  • 1st Thursday art crawl downtown. Check FecalFace link at right
  • Healthcare panel discussion 6pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove
  • Polka dancing! 6pm Jessie Square 736 Mission/3rd
  • Neighborhood SF group art opening 6pm-late 111 Minna/2nd. Local artists, live music, and DJs
  • Peanut Gallery group show "Works on Paper" 6-10pm 855 Folsom/4th #108
  • Fresh Peach Tasting and Preserves Swap 6pm Omnivore Books 3885A Cesar Chavez/Church. Drool
  • Punk show of four rockin' bands 6-9pm Carolina/15th-16th. Donations welcome
  • Get up from your blanket at DP, smoke an American Spirit, sip Swan Neck Vodka 7-9pm at Elixir's Cocktail Club 16th/Guerrero, smoke an American Spirit, stumble back to your DP blanket. Congrats, hipster, you're in SF on a rare sunny summer day
Fri, Sep 4:
  • "Home Is Something I Carry With Me" progressive art show 4-8pm 951 Shotwell/24th, 3352 24th/Bartlett, then 9pm short films in the lovely abode of hot hosts 348 Shotwell/17th
  • Mummy-making, Cuban jazz, and King Tut 5-8.45pm de Young GG Park. Free if you don't venture into the galleries
  • "Masters of the Impossible" art opening 7-9pm Rare Device Gallery 1845 Market/Guerrero
  • Center for the Book fundraiser/party 111 Minna/2nd free before 9pm, then $7, then $11. Zines and art and pages
Sat, Sep 5:
  • Balinese music expo 1-3pm YBCA 3rd/Mission. Get your gamelan on
  • Painting class! 2-4pm CCE Painting Studio 300 Chenery/Miguel. RSVP required
  • Linocut demo! 3-5pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th
  • Reading of The Sower 8pm Joe's Barbershop 2150 Market/Sanchez $5. Sexy sci-fi, snacks, and scissors
Sun, Sep 6:
  • Sunday Streets: Golden Gate Park to Ocean Beach 9am-2pm. Check out the Taraval Street Fair, too
  • Pavement to Parks Guerrero Park painting workday 10am-2pm Guerrero/San Jose/28th intersection. RSVP to for bites and brushes
  • Asian Art Museum be free 10am-5pm 200 Larkin/McAllister
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Dig it
  • Doin' It in the Park 12-7pm GG Park Elk Glen Cove/25th Ave. DJs and free BBQ
  • Bake cake. See film. Various screenings of Julie & Julia at Balboa Theatre 3630 Balboa/38th Ave. Share your sweets, sit for a few hours, and scarf down cake...the best way to gain weight
Mon, Sep 7:
  • Eat In citywide potluck with Slow Food and Healthy Lunch Initiative 12-3pm Civic Center. RSVP, por favor. Bring food to share, utensils, and a plate
Wed, Sep 9:
  • Beatles Day with trivia, music, contests, etc Amoeba Records Haight/Stanyan
  • LGBT Center party and fundraiser 6-8pm Sports Basement 1590 Potrero/15th. Free drinks and nibbles, plus 15% discount and $5 of sales go to this non-profit
  • Brazilian Independence Day Party 6.30-8.30pm Eastside West Bar & Restaurant 3154 Fillmore/Greenwich. Complimentary capairinhis, free nibbles, and Rio jazz
  • Final Tap: An Unofficial History of Beer 7.30pm CounterPulse 1310 Mission/9th
  • The Rumble: United State of Electronica and Pance Party 8pm Harlot 46 Minna/1st. Free dance music (more disco than rave) if RSVP'd, $5 if not
  • Cass McCombs, The Papercuts, and Girls 9pm show Great American Music Hall 859 O'Farrell/Polk $14/$16
Thurs, Sep 10:
  • "SF Autobiography: SF Plays Itself" opening reception 5-8pm SF Camerawork 657 Mission/3rd
  • Art Auction: Street Sheet's 20th Anniversary 5.30-9.30pm SomArts 934 Brannan/8th $25 sliding scale. Benefits Coalition on Homelessness, and benefits you with food, music, art, silk screening, DJs, and more
  • "What's Washington Doing About Healthcare?" panel discussion 6pm Main Library Grove/Larkin
  • Homemade Pie bake-off 6pm Omnivore Books 3885A Cesar Chavez/Church. Enter a pie and sample for free, or give $5 if you're pieless
  • Art opening and 2nd Anniversary party 6-9pm Curiosity Shoppe 855 Valencia/19th
  • Vivian Girls play 6pm Amoeba Records Haight/Stanyan
  • The Fruits of Their Labor panel discussion of farmworkers' rights, sustainability, and food 6.30-8.30pm CUESA Ferry Bldg 2nd Floor
  • Square 1 Organic Vodka at Cocktail Club 7-9pm Elixir's 16th/Guerrero
  • Dolores Park Movie Night screens Trading Places dusk DP
Fri, Sep 11:
  • SF Symphony free show noon Justin Herman Plaza, Ferry Bldg
  • Peace in the Panhandle 4pm Fell/Baker-Masonic. Gathering with music, kid activities, food for free/sale, zines, etc
  • "Don't Sweat the Technique: Ode to the Spraycan" opening reception 7-10pm 1AM Gallery 1000 Howard/6th
  • Chrome Bag Anniversary Party 7-11pm 580 Brannan/4th. Sale, free beer, music, fixies
  • Brent Weinbach, Moshe Kasher, Alex Koll, and Foxtails Brigade give you comedy and tunes 8pm Verdi Club 2424 Mariposa/Hampshire $10-12
  • Party for the People fundraiser party for PODER, a youth enviro-justice org 8.30pm SubMission 2183 Mission/18th $5-20 sliding scale. "Live Latin music, DJs, raffles, fresh Mexican juices, and veggie tacos"
Sat, Sep 12-Sun, Sep 13:
  • Bayview Merchants Association - Embracing Our Heritage: international Africal marketplace, music, food, games 11am-6pm Bayview Opera House
Sat, Sep 12:
  • Duboce Park 'hood-wide sale 9am-2pm. Good deals, probably coffee, cute dogs (not for sale)
  • Power to the Peaceful concert and festival 9am-5pm Golden Gate Park, Speedway Meadows. Yoga, dissatisfaction with the status quo, Michael Franti, and stiltwalkers. Welcome to San Francisco
  • Survivors International hosts a conference on Gender Based Violence at Hastings Law School
  • Bike Build 2009: BBQ and bikes + helmets for SF kids Mission Creek Park 3o1 Channel. Volunteers needed
  • Urban composting workshop 10am Garden for the Environment 7th Ave/Lawton
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Soil yourself
  • Reach Up daytime dance party 3pm Il Pirata 2007 16th/Utah. Shake Shake Shake, Senora
  • Doctors vs Health Care Lobbyists speech 3pm Centro Del Pueblo 474 Valencia/16th. All the single payers...(all the single payers)...all the single payers!
  • Studio 3579 opening reception "Odd Numbers in Even Order" 6-9pm 499 Dolores/18th
  • "Facets" opening reception 6-9pm Mina Dresden Gallery 312 Valencia/14th
  • Bohemian Night Soiree 6-9pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th. Three artists, poetry, flamenco, live painting, etc
  • Bayview Outdoor Film Fest 6.30pm Newhall/Quesada. Free local food, music, film, and community
Sun, Sep 13: Tues, Sep 15:
  • "Punk Passage: San Francisco First Wave Punk 1977-1981" reception 5-7pm Main Library 100 Larkin/Grove. Stay at the library for...
  • ITVS screening of D Tour, a film about indie rock and kidneys 5.45pm
  • Girls play 6pm Amoeba Records Haight/Stanyan
  • Hori Smoku: Sailor Jerry tattoo doc screens 8pm Roxie 3117 16th/Valencia. Free, gotta RSVP
Wed, Sep 16:
  • CA Academy of Sciences is free today. Get there earrrrly
  • Art show and party 5-7pm Good Vibes 603 Valencia/17th
  • AJ Jacobs, author of The Year of Living Biblically, Guinea Pig Diaries, My Life As An Experiment, and editor of Esquire 6.30pm INFORUM of Commonwealth Club 595 Market/2nd $7-20
  • Nerd out at this astronomy lecture: NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope 7.30pm Randall Museum. Looking into the telescope will push your glasses up your nose for you
  • Triplets of Belleville screens 8pm Good Hotel 7th/Mission
  • League of Young Voters celebrity bartender fundraiser 9pm Elixir 16th/Guerrero. Politicians get you plowed, and tips go to democracy
Thurs, Sep 17:
  • INFORUM premiere hook-up: Michael Moore's Capitalism, A Love Story screens 3.30pm at Metreon Mission/4th, plus then Q&A with the man himself 6.15pm up in the (Commonwealth) Club 595 Market/2nd $5 member/$15 non-member/free if you join INFORUM. Join and get ready for the bestest event ever on 9/21
  • SFBC service station 5-7pm 19th/Valencia. Usually lube jobs or tire pumping
  • Party With A Purpose benefits Artists For Charity Children's Home 5pm-2am 111 Minna/2nd $10 suggested donation. Silent Auction 5-8pm, then DJs and bands til close
  • Artist reception and free admission 6-8pm Zeum 221 4th/Howard by the carousel
  • Sample sale and jam tastings 6-9pm The Mission Statement 3458 18th/Mission. Jample sale?
  • The Brunettes, Throw Me The Statue, and My First Earthquake play 8pm Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell/Van Ness $12
Fri, Sep 18-Sun, Sep 20: Fri, Sep 18:
  • Park(ing) Day. Meters become seaters
  • *Register by 11am today for Saturday's SF Treasure Hunt/Puzzle Race! See Sat for deets
  • Beat Breast Cancer and Leukemia/Lymphoma Society fundraisers 5-9pm 111 Minna/2nd $10. Music, art, raffles, and such
  • Supervisor Mirkarimi's Quarterly Art Show and Reception showcasing youth artwork from Western Addition 5.30-8pm City Hall Room 282

  • The Dodos play 6pm Amoeba Records Haight/Stanyan

  • Jason Fiske's "I'm Trying to Get Home" opening reception 6.30-9pm BellJar 3187 16th/Guerrero
  • Oldies Night dance party Knockout 3223 Mission/Valencia $2<11pm>$4
Sat, Sep 19:
  • Coastal Cleanup 9am-12pm various locations. Shore thing
  • Positively 6th Street Festival 11am-4pm Stevenson-Market/6th. Food, music, health info, haircuts, dance, ans SoMa spirit
  • SF Treasure Hunt/Puzzle Race 11am-5pm. Meet at YBCA, then hop around the city for clues and VICTORY! $10/team, supposed to be registered by 11am Friday. Check the website for details and to maybe plead your way in late
  • Steamroller book press 12-5pm Center for the Book 300 De Haro/16th
  • 111 Minna hearts party fundraisers. Another one this week: 7 Views photo exhibit, benefit, and auction 12-6pm 111 Minna/2nd. Unquantified suggested donation
  • David Cross speaks and signs books 2pm Borders Post/Powell
  • Grand Opening of Workshop: DIY space 7-11pm 1798 McAllister/Baker. Barter used supplies for beverages! Bring crafting supplies to get sauced
  • Songs for an Autumnal Evening 7pm Yoga Loft 321 Divis/Page $5-15 donation. Music with Lauren Brown, Sleepy Todd, and Michael Musika
  • "Plastics" opening reception 7.30pm Femina Potens 2199 Market/Sanchez
  • Needle Exchange defense fundraiser 8pm Bound Together Book Collective 1369 Haight/Masonic
  • The Dark Night screens 8pm Dolores Park
  • Opera in the Park: Verdi's Il Trovatore 8pm AT&T Ballpark 3rd/King
  • Hidden Melodies Revealed: Rosh Hashanah concert and open bar with The Sway Machinery 9pm Temple Emanu-El 2 Lake/Arguello. Free, RSVP required
Sun, Sep 20:
  • Cole Valley Street Fair 10am-5pm Cole/Parnassus
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Hoes
  • These United States, The Mumlers, and Anomie Belle play 8pm Cafe du Nord 2170 Market/Sanchez $10
Mon, Sep 21:
  • *INFORUM presents...What's "The Economy" For, Anyway? panel with Annie Leonard, Colin Beaven, Chip Giller, and David Batker 6.30pm Commonwealth Club 595 Market/2nd $0-$18. Big green names, big fun reception with delish food, DIY workshops, voter registration, films, etc. Email me at by 4.30pm to get $7 ticket hook-ups!
  • Complimentary fancy champagne 5pm til supplies last CAV Wine Bar 1666 Market/Gough
  • Cool Cuisine: Global Warming Diet reading/demo 7-9pm Atlas Cafe 3049 20th/Alabama
Wed, Sep 23: Thurs, Sep 24:
  • Women's Building 30th Anniversary and Mural Unveiling 4-8.30pm 3543 18th/Valencia. Art, speakers, music, refreshments
Fri, Sep 25:
  • Happy Hour Art Party 5-9pm Secession Art & Design 3361 Mission/30th across from Safeway. Live painting, big art sale, nibbles, and sips. Bring a wine jar and the birthday girl will pour heavily. Mosey on up the hill to...
  • "Yes, Let's" opening 7-10pm Spare Room Project 270 Anderson/Cortland
  • Bike ride to SF Dump recycling artist reception 6.30pm. Meet in the Panhandle
  • Project Wrecking Ball Launch Party 7pm Varnish Fine Art 77 Natoma/2nd
  • Ride Too! CellSpace and Florida Mural benefit party 8pm-2am CellSpace 2050 Bryant/19th $10-20 sliding scale. Music, , video, buttons, free bike repair, possibly free beer/wine. Mix with the fixies
  • Teenage Dance Craze 10pm Knockout 3223 Mission/Valencia $3. Behold! The Amazing Twisting Hipsters!
Sat, Sep 26:
  • Tour de Fat bicycle music fest 9am-4pm GG Park Speedway Meadows
  • Smithsonian Magazine free museum day (here in SF). Visit Johnny's site for details
  • Dragonboat Festival Treasure Island
  • Independent Arts Expo 11am-6pm GG Park Bandshell btwn Academy of Sciences and de Young. "Grassroots connection fair for independent arts, culture, and music"
  • Summerland design, music, and food event 11am-5pm Mint Plaza 5th/Mission
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm. Dig it
  • "I B Crafty" artist expo and market 12-6pm Workspace Unlimited 2150 Folsom/18th
  • Really Really Free Market 1-5pm Dolores Park. Make this one special
  • Potrero Library benefit & concert 2pm Bottom of the Hill 17th/Missouri. Fun stuff and A B & The Sea + Birdmonster play $20
  • Bonfires of Reflection 6.30pm Beach Chalet Ocean Beach. Bring food to share, plus enjoy kosher s'mores and roasted potatoes/onions
Sun, Sep 27:
  • Dragonboat Festival Treasure Island
  • Bike The Block party 10am-1pm Grove/Lyon. The Wheel World: San Francisco
Tues, Sep 29:
  • Food bank donation day + street food vendors 3pm 900 Pennsylvania/23rd
  • Tao Lin reads from his book Shoplifting From Americal Apparel 7pm Amnesia 853 Valencia/19th
  • David Byrne talks bikes 8pm Herbst Theatre 401 Van Ness/McAllister. Sold out, but snoop around the website and find out how to get in free
LinkWed, Sep 30:
  • Free Night of Theatre kick-off celebration and ticket release 10am-4pm Union Square and online
  • Trouble the Water screening 6.30-9pm Workspace Unlimited 2150 Folsom/18th $5 suggested donation for beer and popcorn
  • The Recess Ends screening 7pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th/Mission. Free, RSVP required
  • Ecology and Redevelopment in Bayview Hunter's Point 7.30pm CounterPulse 1310 Mission/9th. Panel about healthy green alternatives
  • Cello Madness Congress 8pm Blue Macaw (formerly 12 Galaxies) Mission/22nd free
  • Surfers Against Mountaintop Removal party 8pm Riptide 3639 Taraval/47th. Raffle, film, food, solidarity with know, hang ten!
  • Memory Walk fundraiser 9pm Elixir 16th/Guerrero. Tips go to brain research