Archive for the ‘Weekend’ Category

Solar Day: 5 Billion Years of Solar

* Dosa Restaurant ~ Invites the public to enjoy complementary tea and cookies while learning how to heat water using the sun.

Saturday, June 19
10 AM – 4 PM
1700 Fillmore St.
San Francisco

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* SF Environment Green Energy Fair on the 28th

Free educational workshops: Learn about – Solar, wind, and energy saving improvements.

Activities for kids – Music – Fun

Saturday, June 28
10 AM – 3 PM
Golden Gate Park – Bandshell (Music Concourse Drive)

Solar Water Heating Tours
Bus tours depart 10:30 and 11:30 from Bandshell.
First come, First-served.
Please check in at the SF Environment table to reserve a bus seat or get a map of tour sites.

Risqué Photography 6PM Tonight

More than just a workshop “Show You Mine, Show Me Yours” sounds like a party.

For $25 learn the secrets of taking earthy, erotic, naughty, provocative, or whatever suggestive pics you would like of yourself or a friend.

This happens tonight at 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM ~ Get your tickets now at Brown Paper Tickets.

Sets, props, a few cameras, and champagne provided – please bring your favorite cameras, outfits, and props to be included in your photos…

Femina Potens Art Gallery
2199 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94114

Show You Mine, Show Me Yours: Modern Porn & Pinup Photography Workshop with Courtney Trouble: June 13th

How Weird Street Faire


Escape your troubles next Sunday while taking in the sights, sounds, and tastes at the 11th annual “How Weird Street Faire”.

It starts at Noon on the 9th of May; which just happens to be Mother’s Day. Leave your donation* of $10, or $5 if in costume, at the main entrance ~ Howard and New Montgomery Streets. The main entrance is near MUNI lines, and only 2 blocks from the Montgomery BART station. Thanks to the SF Bicycle Coalition for providing bike parking.

The How Weird Street Faire takes place on Howard Street between 1st Street and New Montgomery, 2nd Street between Mission and Howard, and all partial blocks of Minna St. and Natoma St. off of 2nd Street. This is Ten blocks of vendors – wares, food & drink, and non-profit organizations will be there to educate.

The Ten music stages: Symbiosis, Muti Music, Rebel Bass Collective, Tantra, Groove Garden, Non Stop Bhangra, Temple Nightclub, Opel, Opulent Temple, Strategik, Space Cowboys, Brass Tax, Le Harem, Ultraviolet Carnival, Team Infinity, Red Marines Festival, Aum Festival, Style/Clash…

How Weird Street Faire ~ Bollyweird the cosmic dance
Howard and New Montgomery Streets
San Francisco, Earth
Sunday May 9th
Noon to 8 PM
All Ages Welcome
Costumes Encouraged

*Donation of $10 or $5 if in costume ~ gets a Magic Sticker
Sticker Benefits Include:
$1 off each drink at the faire bars
$2 off How Weird @ Night
Discounts and special offers from many faire vendors…

At 7:40 PM Set a World Record for the Largest Synchronized Bollywood Dance.

SWAP! NOT SHOP! Earth Week Edition

It is time for Homeygrown’s Biannual Clothing Exchange in Oakland. Rather than buying new things you can refresh your wardrobe with free reusable clothes. Show up at Soundwave Studios with $5 and a bag of clean gently used clothing, shoes, and household items that can be exchanged for new-to-you goods. All leftovers will be donated to charity.

Saturday April 24
from 3 to 9 PM
$5 donation + a bag of goods.

All Ages Welcome ~ Free snacks ~ $1 drinks for those who are 21 with ID.

Soundwave Studios
2200 Wood Street
Oakland, CA 94607-1713
(510) 763-2201
Bus: Peralta St. 24th St

twitter ~ swapnotshop

Dark Star Orchestra

Dark Star Orchestra will recreate the sounds of the Grateful Dead (one of the most idolized bands of San Francisco music history) live on stage this Friday and Saturday in San Francisco. And if you miss them or need more they will be in Modesto on Sunday.

Rolling Stone called Dark Star Orchestra“…the most talented and accomplished tribute band out there…they’ve definitely mastered their inspiration’s vagabond nature.”

The Regency Ballroom
Fri Apr. 23 & Sat. Apr. 24
1290 Sutter Street, San Francisco
Doors at 7 Pm Concert at 8 PM – all ages
Buy Tickets

The State Theatre
307 J Street, Modesto on April 25
Doors at 6 Pm Concert at 7 PM
Buy Tickets

Record Store Day in San Francisco


Record Store Day celebrates the over 700 independently owned record stores in the USA and then some.

Check the stores for contests, giveaways, and appearances!

Participating Stores in San Francisco Include:

Amoeba ~ 1855 Haight St. (415) 831-1200 ~ see website for contest & twitter

aQuarius recOrds ~ 1055 Valencia St. (415) 647-2272 ~website

Creative Music ~ 26 Ocean Ave. (415) 334-1011 ~ website & Contest

Force of Habit Records ~ 3565 20th St. (415) 255 PUNK (7865) ~ website

Groove Merchant Records ~687 Haight St. (415) 252-5766 ~ website

Medium Rare Music ~ 2310 Market Street (415) 255-7273 ~ website

Streetlight Records ~2350 Market Street (415) 282-8000 ~ website

Keep your eye out for Yeasayer in the Haight.

twitter ~ recordstoreday

San Francisco: Vintage Fashion Expo

Finding that one of a kind fashion piece which makes a statement can be a challenge. The Vintage Fashion Expo offers vintage clothing, textiles, and accessories for women and men. Styles are available from Haute Couture to Hot Couture, and from Edwardian to Mod.

Vintage Fashion Expo

March 20th and 21st at the Concourse Exhibition Center
635 8th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 490-5800

Show Hours:
Saturday March 20th Early Buy: 9am – 10:30am ($20)
Regular Admission 10:30am-6pm ($10).

Sunday Regular Admission 11am-5pm ($10)
Sunday admission FREE with Saturday ticket purchase.
Students FREE on Sunday with ID

$2.00 off Coupon

San Francisco Airline Memorabilia Show

The 12th semiannual “San Francisco Airline Memorabilia Show and Sale” will be held at the Grosvenor Best Western.

Aviation aficionados will be hoping to find advertising paraphernalia, posters, playing cards, timetables, pamphlets, postcards, pins, china, flatware, and glass.

Grosvenor Best Western
380 S. Airport Blvd. South San Francisco.
March 13, 2010
Hours: 9am to 3pm
Admission: $5.
Details: 650-281-4486.
Elsie said that parking (for non-guests of the hotel) should be free.

Let’s (Vegan Food) Party!


Bay Area Vegetarians are having a party for vegans. It will be a community event, rather like a potluck.

Where: Pacifica
When: Sun. 2/28 @ 12noon
Location: Sharp Park Library, 104 Hilton Way at Palmetto, Pacifica (15 minutes south of SF)
Parking: Free Lot and Ample Free street parking.
Cost: A vegan dish to share. (a real dish not just a bag of chips)
RSVP Requested: RSVP, contact the event host by clicking on their name to send an email to them.

See the site for more information and guidelines.

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