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166. Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park (FREE)

September 14, 2010
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It’s a good day to laugh after all. What’s going on with you this Sunday? Well, if not much then Sunday’s always a great time for an outing to Farmers’ Market. Maybe after a morning of picking out some fresh produce, you’ll be in the mood for some laughs in the park. Comedy Day in [...]

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145. Party on Block 18 in The Mission

August 24, 2010
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This Saturday, August 28th from Noon – 5pm you’ll want to be in The Mission for the 2nd “Bi-Annual Party on Block 18″. Why? Because it’s now hot as hell (like summer should be) and the food and fun will be rockin’! All proceeds go to the Women’s Building, BuenDia Family School, 826 Valencia, Next [...]

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141. The Preservation Festival at The Ferry Plaza

August 20, 2010
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We love when things are going on at The Ferry Plaza . So much so we keep a constant eye out for fun stuff to post here at 365. Well, this Saturday the The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture will be playing host to The Preservation Festival. Sounds downright yummy, doesn’t it? More [...]

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135. Enjoy Free National Park Day

August 14, 2010
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If today was any indication of what sunshine might look like tomorrow, then we’re in luck. With sunny and in the 60s we didn’t do so bad today now did we, San Francisco? Well, with all the sunshine (or not) you have Sunday and need to make good use of your leisure time. Sunday, August [...]

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133. Cultural Encounters: Friday Night Soirées at the de Young

August 12, 2010
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Yep. It’s Friday the 13th. Got plans? Well, if you’re not hiding out from bad luck then maybe you’ll want to head on over to Golden Gate Park. Cultural Encounters is featuring Me-di-ate Green Sound finale and Degas in the Ballet Studio and it’s FREE. Check out the de Young site for more details: August [...]

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123. Cajun Concert and Dance Lessons in SOMA

August 2, 2010
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For the first Thursdays of the month, you can find folks dancing to Cajun Music, just South of Market, right in Jessie Square. It’s an open air dance party with dance lessons at the beginning of the evenings performance. More from the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival website: Let’s Go Dance@Jessie First Thursdays of the month [...]

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113. Vist The Ferry Building Farmers’ Market

July 23, 2010
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We’ve covered Farmers‘ Markets in the past here at 365inSF, but somehow missed the obvious thus far. The Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market. Having more posh, more variety, and possibly the best location of all markets in the city, The Ferry Building is always a good time on any given day. Well every Tuesday, Thursday, AND [...]

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112. Dig In San Francisco with a Sustainable Gardening Workshop (FREE)

July 22, 2010
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If you like to get your hands dirty and would like to learn more about sustainable gardening, well here’s a perfect opportunity. The details from Dig In San Francisco: You are invited to join us for Dig In San Francisco on Saturday, July 24th from 9:00am to 1:30pm at the Visitacion Valley Greenway. This free [...]

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110. Pay a Visit to Coit Tower

July 20, 2010
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Coit Tower is a jewel in the San Francisco Skyline. A gift from Lillie Hitchcock Coit in 1933 as a monument to the firefighters of San Francisco. The tower that sits high atop Telegraph Hill provides not only as a symbol for bravery, but a wonderful spot to find beautiful panoramic views of the City [...]

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108. Farm Film Nights in Hayes Valley

July 18, 2010
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Watch a film at a Farm? In the City?? You bet. The Hayes Valley Farm “serves as a community and agricultural hub empowering San Francisco residents to connect with one another, grow their own food, and learn about sustainable ecological systems”. Their Farm Film Nights are an event sponsored by KQED to help the Farm’s [...]

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