March 2015

Enjoy the best San Francisco events, festivals, and things to do in March 2015 with this calendar of events.

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<—-February Events || April Events—->

  • Wednesdays: Castro Farmers’ Market @ Noe Street at Market Street | March 15-Dec 16, 4-8PM (more info)
  • Wednesdays: Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Farmers’ Market @ Geary at St. Joseph’s Street | Year-Round, 10AM-2PM (more info)
  • Wednesdays: Mission Bay Farmers’ Market @ UCSF | Year-Round, 10AM-2PM (more info)
  • Wednesdays: UCSF Parnassus Farmers’ Market @ 505 Parnassus Ave | Year-Round, 10AM-3PM (more info)
  • Thursdays: Stand Up Comedy @ PianoFight | ‘Oh the Humanity’ 60 Minutes, $10 (more info)
  • Thursdays: NightLife @ California Academy of Sciences | 6-10PM, $12, Science & Cocktails (more info)
  • Thursdays: Mission Community Market @ Bartlett & 22nd | Open-air Marketplace, 4-8PM (more info)
  • Thursdays: Trivia Night @ The New Parkway Theater | Free, 7:30PM (more info)
  • Fridays: “Off the Grid” Friday Night Food Truck Party @ Fort Mason | Free, 30+ Food Vendors, Cocktails, Wine & Beer, Live Music (more info)
  • Fridays: Free Vegetarian Supper Club @ St John the Evangelist | 2nd & 4th Fridays, 6-9PM, 6-9PM (more info)
  • Fridays: Midnight Rollers Friday Night Skate @ The Ferry Building On the Embarcadero | Music, Roller Skating, Free, 9PM (more info)
  • Fridays: Queer Fridays @ El Rio | Live Music Series, Free, 10PM (more info)
  • Fridays: Berkeley – Flash Back Friday Movie Night @ Hotel Durant | Unique Hotel Setting, Complimentary Soda & Popcorn, 8PM (more info)
  • Saturdays: Fillmore Farmers’ Market @ O’Farrell at Fillmore & Fillmore Center Plaza | Year-Round, 9AM-1PM (more info)
  • Saturdays: Berkeley – Laugh Function @ Pappy’s Bar & Grill | Live Comedy, 8:30-10:30PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Divisadero Farmers’ Market @ Grove Street | Year-Round Market, 10AM-2PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Off the Grid: Picnic at the Presidio @ Main Post Lawn | March 1-Nov 1, Great Views of the Bay, Food Carts, Drinks, Music (more info)
  • Sundays: Glen Park Village Farmers’ Market @ Parking lot of the Glen Park BART Station | March 29-Nov 29, 10AM-2PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Inner Sunset Farmers’ Market @ In the Parking Lot between 8th and 9th Avenue | Year-Round, 9AM-1PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Lindy in the Park @ Golden Gate Park | Free Swing Dance Party, Year-Round, 11AM-2PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Skatin’ Place @ 6th Avenue & Kennedy Drive in Golden Gate Park | Free, Family-Friendly Roller Skating, 12-5PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Free BBQ @ Benders Bar & Grill | Free Burgers, Stiff Drinks, 2-7PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Free BBQ @ Molotov’s | Free food, Drinks, Retro Pinball, 3PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Electric Squeezebox Orchestra @ Doc’s Lab | Free Big Band Concert, 6PM (more info)

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March 29: Transamerica Rock n’ Roll Half Marathon San Francisco
Course starts along the Great Highway at the northwest corner of Golden Gate Park and traverses some of San Francisco’s most beautiful neighborhoods. More info.

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March 29: Opening Day – Glen Park Village Farmers’ Market @ Parking lot of the Glen Park BART Station | March 29-Nov 29, 10AM-2PM (more info)

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March 29: The Bay Brewed: Rock and Roll Beer Festival @ The Chapel | 11 Breweries, Unlimited Tastings, Music
San Francisco’s only rock and roll beer festival, The Bay Brewed, is back for a fourth year of pairing outstanding local beer and local music! This year’s festival offers performances by four great San Francisco Bay Area bands and unlimited tastings from eleven San Francisco breweries all day long thanks to the SF Brewers Guild! More info.

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March 29: Albany – Albany FilmFest @ Albany Twin | $5, 10AM-10PM

The Albany FilmFest is a national juried festival of original, creative, and independent short films (and really short films) that takes place each year in Albany, California. Our quirky little 1-square-mile city is in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area — right next door to Berkeley and directly across from the  Golden Gate Bridge. More info.

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March 28 & 29: Treasure Island Flea Easter Special | $3, 10AM-4PM, 400+ Vendors, Food Trucks, Drinks, Live Music, Kid Zone
400+ curated vendors and makers selling original artwork, antiques, vintage apparel, re-purposed and up-cycled items, new designs and fashion, underground food, startups and much, much more! More info.

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March 28: Earth Hour @ Ghirardelli Square | Free, 6-9:30PM
Come enjoy Intense Dark Ghirardelli Chocolate while celebrating Earth Hour! There will be night yoga, wine and beverage pairings, a light labyrinth and more! Lights will go off during Earth hour, from 8:30-9:30pm. This event is free and open to the public. More info.

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March 28: Whiskies of the World @ Pier 3 / SF Belle, Hornblower Yacht | Whiskies, Dinner Buffet, Masterclasses, Cigars
Whiskies of the World® Expo & Artisanal Spirits Fest brings together distillers from around the world to share their finest spirits and knowledge with whisky enthusiasts. Discover the Art of Whisky in the company of connoisseurs and whisky celebrities. More info.

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March 28: #BeRobin Film Fundraiser w/ Margaret Cho | $10, 4PM-Midnight, Food, Raffle, Surprise Guests
Fundraiser for #BeRobin, a film documenting Margaret Cho’s homeless outreach campaign inspired by the philanthropy of Robin Williams. With Margaret Cho and the BeRobin crew LIVE! There will be lots of surprise guests, food, and fabulous raffle.  More info.

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March 28: 6th Annual Wag Hotels’ Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs @ Golden Gate Park | $15, 12-2PM
Bring your furry friend and join us for our 6th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs to benefit Muttville Senior Dog Rescue! Enjoy finger foods and local vendors while your dog sniffs out eggs filled with tasty treats and valuable prizes. Don’t forget your camera for photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny!  Easter Attire is encouraged and pets and kids’ entry is free. More info.

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March 28: San Franpsycho x Kinda Fancy Surf Bikinis Good Living Party at Phoenix Hotel | 12-5PM, $5-10
Dance and party around the Phoenix’s epic outdoor pool to the sound of live music presented by Girls N Boomboxes, Ryan Lucero and 8th Grader. The event will also feature collaborative designs, as well as of unique pieces from both brands. The experience ends at sunset with drinks and bites provided by Chambers eat + drink throughout the afternoon. More info.

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March 28: Rad American Women A to Z Book Party @ City Lights | Free, Kid’s Book, 12:30PM
Author Kate Schatz and artist Miriam Klein Stahl offer an engaging presentation that involves a reading from the book, a slideshow and Q&A, and a conversation about how to be rad! Kate and Miriam are both mothers and teachers, so they’re no stranger to entertaining young folks—audience participation is encouraged. More info.

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March 28: Presidio Book Salon: Empires, Nations, and Families: A History of the North American West, 1800-1860 | Free, 1-3PM
Tracing family stories from the Canadian North to the Mexican borderlands and from the Pacific Coast to the Mississippi river, this book documents the broad family associations that crossed national and ethnic lines forming the basis for a global trade in furs that had operated for hundreds of years before the land became part of the United States. A Pulitzer Prize finalist and winner of the 2012 Bancroft Prize for the best book in North American history. More info.

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March 28: Last Day – SF Botanical Garden Annual Magnolia Bloom | Free Tours
One of San Francisco’s most breathtaking natural marvels, the annual bloom of nearly 100 rare and historic magnolias returns to the SF Botanical Garden with free tours at 2 pm every Saturday from January 17 – March 28, 2015. More info.

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March 27-29: Oakland – 10th Annual Tower Chapel Tulip Exhibition @ Mountain View Cemetery | Free, 10AM-4PM
10th Annual Tulip Exhibition in the Tower Chapel, which will showcase spectacular floral arrangements that feature tulips and are created by Bay Area florists, garden clubs and college floral design classes. Visit anytime between 10am and 4pm during the three-day event. Each day at 2pm, you’re invited to enjoy a special floral arrangement demonstration. More info.

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March 27 & 28: Rhone Rangers San Francisco Weekend Celebration of American Rhones
Come taste from over 300 wines from more than 80 wineries. The Winemaker Dinner on Friday night, March 27 will kick off the weekend, on the San Francisco side of the Bay, at The Golden Gate Club in the Presidio. Then, across the bay on Saturday March 28, at the Craneway Pavilion & Conference Center for seminar series and Grand Tasting. More info.

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March 27 & 28: Oakland – Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet @ The Omni Commons | Free, 6:30PM
Romeo & Juliet, a tale of love’s triumph over violence and fear– Shakespeare distills this down to its archetypal essence. Kind of a big deal, right? More info.

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March 27: Dance Anywhere | Free, Bay Area
Dance Anywhere ® is a simultaneous worldwide public art performance in which people from around the world, of all ages and artistic capacities will stop at noon (PST) and dance. More info.

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March 27: Dolci by the Bay @Aquatic Park Center | Free Classical Chamber Music, 1PM (more info)

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March 27: Feral Fourth Fridays Urban Square Dance & Live Music @ Alley Cat Books | $5, 7-9PM, Cheap Beer
Don’t spend yer Friday sittin’ at home, chewin’ tobacco all on yer lonesome. C’mon down to the ole book place; bring yer dancin’ legs. Alley Cat Bookstore and Gallery will be hosting the Feral Fourth Fridays Urban Square Dance from 7-9 pm every 4th Friday night. All dances are fun, easy, and led by an actual caller, with live music by KC and the Moonshine Band. More info.

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March 27: San Francisco Beard & Mustache Club @ Zeitgeist | Free, 7-10PM, Last Fridays
Join the SF Beard and Mustache Club for a monthly gathering at Zeitgeist at 7 pm every last Friday of the month. If you have a beard or mustache, if you like beards and mustaches, or if you want a beard or mustache, then by all means come on down. More info.

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March 27: “You don’t look Irish!” @ University of San Francisco | Free, 7PM, A Reading and Conversation with Multiracial Writers of Irish Heritage
During our reading you’ll hear from writers of various multi-racial backgrounds, all of whom claim Irish heritage. Sometimes the authors’ writing deals head on with heritage, at other times the theme of heritage is just part of who the writer is. More info.

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March 26-29: Sonoma – Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival | 70 films in 4 days, 100+ Filmmakers
The mission of the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival is to bring the best independent documentary films in the world, and their filmmakers, to Sonoma County. More info.

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March 26: Bold Italic’s Divisadero Microhood Block Party | Free, 6-8PM, Music, Drinks, Food
Microhoods are celebrations of some of our favorite areas around the city, and on March 26th we’re returning for the second annual Divisadero Microhood! Join Bold Italic from 6-8pm as we explore the local businesses and celebrate this amazing part of town with deals, drinks, food, and more! More info.

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March 26: San Jose – Whiskies of the World @ San Pedro Square Market | 6-10:10PM, 200 Whiskies, Food, Seminars
Meet whisky distillers, gurus and brand ambassadors as you taste and experience the finest spirits from around the world. More info.

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March 26: Robot NightLife @ California Academy of Sciences | 6-10PM, $12, R2D2 & Game of Drones
Get your dose of mechanical mayhem as NightLife hosts a salute to all things robotic. Rock out to the blissful, lo-fi sounds of indie rockers Beach Fossils, presented by Noise Pop. Watch a cage-fighting drone battle with Game of Drones and root for your favorite machine during a bot-tastic showdown with Bot Bash. See an R2D2 replica, get swarmed by UCSF’s Kilobots, and get ready to meet Beam—a roving telepresence robot—by Suitable Technologies. More info.

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March 26: Impulse Fashion Show w/ Mad Men Costume Designer @ Macy’s, Union Square | Free, 6PM 
Join Macy’s Union Square for a fashion show hosted by award-winning Mad Men costume designer, Janie Bryant! Make a purchase of $50 in the Impulse Department and receive a copy of Janie’s book,The Fashion File, and have her sign your copy. While you’re there, TEAse your senses with a complimentary Argo Tea! More info.

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March 26-29: 30+ San Francisco Weekend Events: Festivals, Farmers’ Markets, Easter, Concerts, Art, Food, & More

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March 25: SF Critical Mass @ Pee Wee Herman Plaza | Bicycle Ride, 5:30PM, Free, Last Fridays
Critical Mass is a mass bicycle ride that takes place on the last Friday of each month in cities around the world. Everyone is invited! You are encouraged to bring your ideas, energy, opinions and talents to Critical Mass. More info.

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March 25: Berkeley – Interfaith Labyrinth Walk @ Grace North Church | Free, Live Music, 6-10PM, Last Fridays
Find peace. Find calm. Find hope. — by walking the Grace North Church Labyrinth. When our lives get busy, this Interfaith labyrinth offers the perfect place and time for contemplation, meditation and prayer in community with others. More info.

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March 22-April 5: Macy’s Flower Show @ Macy’s, Union Square | Free
Macy’s Flower Show has delighted generations of floral aficionados with spectacular gardens filled with millions of live flowers, plants and trees from around the world, all blooming in unison. The show offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to enjoy these magnificent blossoms in an unexpected setting. Macy’s invites visitors to take part in flower demonstrations, marvel at amazing Bouquets of the Day and take advantage of free tours. More info.

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March 22: SF Civic Symphony’s Free Spring Concert @ Nourse Theatre | Free, 3-5PM
The oldest community orchestra on the West Coast, the San Francisco Civic Symphony (SFCS) has been proud to offer free concerts to the community while providing a unique, welcoming environment for musicians of all skill levels to study and perform a diverse repertoire of classical music. More info.

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March 22: Novato – Sunset Season Opener Celebrating the Spring Equinox + After-Party @ Stafford Lake Park, 11AM-7PM
Sunset Sound System has produced over 150 free outdoor dance parties from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, and they’re celebrating 21 years of epic parties at the annual Season Opener. More info.

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March 22: 90’s Simpsons Trivia + Watch Party @ The Knockout, Mission District | Free, 6-9PM
Every 4th Sunday @TheKnockout join for three rounds of 90s Simpsons trivia and three episodes. Prizes and booze too! More info.

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March 21: Spring Equinox Celebration in Magic Meadow, Golden Gate Park | Free, 1PM
Join us as the Wheel of the Year turns toward the sunshine. Rain or shine, it will be a beautiful day in Golden Gate Park. This ritual especially involves young people, and includes an egg-hunt for kids afterwards. Please bring food or non-alcohol drinks to share at post-ritual feast. Flowers and musical instruments are also welcome. More info.

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March 21: Midnight Mystery Ride SF Chapter | Free, Group Bike Ride Every Third Saturday
Participants are expected to a) meet at a local bar, b) depart for a ride at midnight, c) bring provisions for sharing at ride destination, and d) be awesome. Ride start location will be posted to our website the day of the ride. Only the ride leader knows where we’re going so bring your sense of adventure. Rides are strictly no rider left behind and generally around 5 miles. More info.

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March 21: Bloody Warriors Parade + Jambalaya Party in Dolores | Free, 2PM
This Mardi-Gras style parade will be thrown in the traditional fashion: live jazz, dancing, and political statements dressed up as free beads, food, and various other throws. Come out to party for a good cause and help do what San Francisco does best: breaking down harmful societal taboos. More info.

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March 21: Oakland – “Swap-O-Rama-Rama” DIY Workshop & Clothing Swap @ American Steel Studios | Free, 4PM
Swap-O-Rama-Rama is the world’s largest clothing swap! Also included is a series of DIY craft and sewing workshops through which a community explores creativity and reuse. More info.

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March 21: Funcheap’s Corn Dog Day @ SoMa StrEat Food Park | Free Outdoor Festival, Eating Contest, March Madness
At the biggest “Corn Dog Day” festival in the country for 2015, Funcheap brings you SF’s best food truck corn dogs plus PBR specials. Corn Dog Day always coincides with the first weekend of March Madness; there’s about 7-8 hours of NCAA Tournament action on the screens. More info.

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March 21: San Jose – Bacon & Beer Classic Festival @ San Jose Municipal Stadium | Noon-10PM
Hundreds of craft brew samples and mouth-watering bacon-inspired tastes from local San Jose and Bay Area restaurants, music, interactive games, cooking demos and beer schools. More info.

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March 21: The Queen is Dead @ Milk Bar, Haight St | $5, Third Saturday Dance Party
A monthly tribute party for the music of Morrissey and The Smiths every third Saturday at Milk Bar! More info.

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March 21: Fringe @ Madrone Art Bar | Indie Music Video Dance Party, Free Before 10PM, Third Saturdays
DJs Blondie K & subOctave spin all your favorite indie rock music videos plus the latest remixes causing a buzz on the dance floor. Every 3rd Saturday of the month at Madrone Art Bar. More info.

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March 20-29: SF Ballet Presents: Don Quixote
San Francisco Ballet, the oldest professional ballet company in America, has emerged as a world-class arts organization since it was founded as the San Francisco Opera Ballet in 1933. More info

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March 20-22: Art Explosion Spring Open Studios | Free, 100+ Artists
Art Explosion Studios, the Mission’s largest Artist’s collective is holding its annual Spring Open Studios. Come see over 100 artists as they open their studios to exhibit their work. Painters, sculptures, photographers, fashion designers and jewellers will be showing so there will be something for every type of art connoisseur. More info.

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March 20: The Yard Pop-Up Village Opening Day @ Mission Rock, SF Giants Parking Lot | Free, Shops, Food & Drink, Entertainment
The pop-up village is constructed out of recycled shipping containers that will house local food and drink establishments, pop-up shops, public open space and cultural and community programs and events. The Yard will be open seven days a week, including game days, and will host a variety of public events, including a weekly farmer’s market, fitness classes and cooking demonstrations. More info.

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March 20: Emerging Choreographers @ Under Grace Cathedral | Free, Dance, 7:30-9PM
Spend an evening at one of the most beautiful Cathedrals in the world and watch stunning dance by upcoming, local choreographers. Join in this unique experience as young, up-and-coming choreographers and dancers from companies throughout the Bay Area present original works in the Cathedral, as part of the Spacious Grace series. More info.

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March 20: Dolci by the Bay @Aquatic Park Center | Free Classical Chamber Music, 1PM (more info)

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March 19-22: 30+ San Francisco Weekend Events: Parade, Festivals, Equinox, Beer, Concerts, Art, Food, & More

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March 19: Third Thursdays in Yerba Buena | Free, Downtown Art Walk
Third Thursdays in Yerba Buena: a monthly night of art, performance, food and drink in San Francisco’s arts and culture district in downtown San Francisco’s Yerba Buena neighborhood. Free and discounted museum and gallery events, live performances, and extended happy hours throughout the neighborhood. More info.

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March 19: Oakland – Piedmont Avenue Stroll | Free, Art Walk, Third Thursdays, 6-9PM
Every 3rd Thursday of the month we invite you all to come out to the Ave to join us in supporting local artists, local independent businesses and community fun. Piedmont Ave. Stroll is in restaurants, stores, cafes and more with art, music, events and more. More info.

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March 19: YCBA: Converge Monthly Art Gathering | Free, Music, Art, Performances, Cocktails, Part of Third Thursdays in Yerba Buena
The YBCA:ConVerge series is a free monthly public gathering featuring creative and generative social art practices. ConVerge is where community and innovative multi- and inter-disciplinary arts practices come together in our free and public spaces in a fluid, interactive, experimental format designed to engage audiences. More info.

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March 19: Oakland – The Smart Culture Show @ 3rd St. Warehouse | Free Admission & Pizza, 3rd Thursdays
Art themed comedy show held in a warehouse space in the Jack London section of Oakland. Each month, they bring you some of the Bay Area’s best comedians, who will not only tell you jokes, but hilariously dissect the theme at hand. More info.

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March 19: Brian Posehn @ Cobb’s Comedy Club | $24.50 (more info)

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March 17: St Patrick’s Day Party @ Farley’s | Free, Bagpipes, Stew
Happy St. Patricks Day AND it’s our 26th Anniversary!!! Join us on St. Patrick’s Day for live Irish Music, bagpipes and traditional Irish stew! More info.

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March 17: Irish Bank’s St. Patrick’s Day Annual Block Party | $10, Music, Dancing
Get ready to rock, roll and dance under the Stars! The Irish Bank’s Annual St Patrick’s Day Block Party is the largest St Patricks day Party in San Francisco! More info.

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March 15: Narcissists Anonymous’ Big Time Live: Trek Tonite @ PianoFight | Star Trek Tribute Talk Show, $10
We were saddened by Leonard Nimoy’s death, so we channeled our tears into a Star Trek tribute talk show! Hosted by Nick & Frank–doing their best to channel Conan & Andy–Trek Tonite!’s got sketches and characters from all your favorite Narcissists. We’ll play some games, hear some songs, talk about Trek, and boldly go to the final frontier of COMEDY ITSELF! More info.

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March 15: Walnut Creek – Vintage Paper Fair | Free Admission & Parking
The Vintage Paper Fair has one of the West Coast’s largest selection of postcards, trade cards, stereoviews, photography, labels, brochures, Victorian transportation, sports memorabilia, and all manner of curious, beautiful and interesting old paper. There are over a million items for sale. Enjoy free admission. More info.

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March 15: Green Fest Irish Block Party @ United Irish Cultural Center | Free, 11AM-4PM
The United Irish Cultural Center of San Francisco (UICC) and the United Irish Societies team up to throw a special Sunday block party with Irish bands and Irish dancing, Irish food and drinks for sale and face painting and jumpy castles for the kids. More info.

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May 15: Hot Air Music Festival @ San Francisco Conservatory of Music | Free, 11AM-9PM
Now in its sixth year, the Hot Air Music Festival is a student-organized new music marathon that focuses on world premieres and collaborations by young composers and performers as well as music written in the past 50 years. More info.

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March 15: 4th Annual Free LepreCon Pub Crawl | Free, Starts @ 1PM at Lefty O’Douls
At LepreCon, St. Patrick’s Day meets SantaCon, kicks Christmas’s ass, and the Leprechauns take over. Put on your little green lad and lass costumes and imbibe on Irish Car Bombs, Irish whiskey, beer, and more. In other words, get your donk in a Leprechaun suit and tell your liver to feck off. More info.

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March 15: San Francisco International Chocolate Salon@ Fort Mason Center
Features chocolate tasting, demonstrations, new product launches and flavor combinations, fair trade & organic offerings, celebrity chef & author talks, wine pairings, Chocolate Art Gallery, games, ongoing interviews by TasteTV’s Chocolate Television program, and book signings. More info.

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March 15: “Brides of March” Wedding Dress Pub Crawl | Free, 2:30PM, Meet @ Tunnel Top Bar
Grab a wedding dress and join the brides as more than a hundred people in wedding dress (men, women and in-betweeners) parade through the heart of San Francisco, strolling through Union Square, shopping at fancy stores, and drinking in local bars. More info.

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March 15: Oakland – Bacon and Beer Festival @ Jack London Square
On Sunday, March 15th from 2:30pm to 5:00pm at the Market Building at Jack London Square, @eat Boston, Bison Organic Beer and Oakland Grown present the second annual Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival as a fundraiser for Oakland Grown. More info.

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March 14-April 12: San Francisco City Golf Championship @ Presidio and Lincoln Golf Courses
The oldest consecutively played amateur, match play, golf tournament offers men’s, women’s and men’s senior championship flights as well as men’s and women’s open division flights; semi-final and final matches at TPC Harding Golf Course. More info.

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March 14 & 17: Irish Bank’s St. Patrick’s Day Annual Block Party | $10, Music, Dancing
Get ready to rock, roll and dance under the Stars! The Irish Bank’s Annual St Patrick’s Day Block Party is the largest St Patricks day Party in San Francisco! More info.

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March 14 & 15: Dublin – St Patrick’s Day Celebration | Parade, Festival, 5K
City of Dublin, Ca. host 32nd Annual St Patrick’s Day Celebration. Highlights include St Patrick’s Parade, Pancake Breakfast, 3 Stages of Irish Music and Dance, Over 250 Booths, An International Food Court, Carnival Rides and Games for All Ages. More info.

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March 14: St. Patrick’s Day Parade | Second and Market to Civic Center
One of San Francisco’s largest annual parades and one of the longest-running parades in the U.S. is celebrated with live music, dance, beverages and traditional Irish cuisine. More info.

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March 14: St. Patrick’s Day Festival | Free, Starts at Market & Second
The West Coast’s largest Irish event celebrating Irish history and culture, the 164th Annual San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, will take place on Saturday, March 14th at 11:30am. The Parade will start at the corner of Market and Second Streets where over a hundred colorful floats, Irish dance troupes and marching bands will wind their way to Civic Center Plaza. The popular Festival is back this year and will commence right after the Parade. Building on the success of the last several years, the organizers of the Parade and Festival are expecting another memorable event. More info.

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March 14: Luck o’ the Irish Scavenger Hunt | Starts @ HIFI, $20, 7-11PM
The Saturday Night Action Club is a 21+ competitive bar crawl that sends teams scouring one of San Francisco’s neighborhoods for local flavor, daring photo-ops, and willing strangers for scandalous hi-jinks. Come alone or with friends and get ready to have a blast. Costumes encouraged. Dress in theme, or bring your own. More info.

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March 14: Funcheap’s St. Patrick’s Day Food Truck Party @ SoMa StrEat Food Park | Jameson Tasting & Live Music
Get ready for a big all-day St. Patrick’s Day celebration sponsored by Jameson. We’ll have several hours of live music, Jameson Irish whiskey cocktails, exclusive Irish food truck specials, Irish beer, FREE Jameson swag, a DJ spinning festive Irish party jams, and SF’s biggest St. Patrick’s Day toast with a complimentary Jameson tasting at 6pm. More info.

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March 14: Oakland County – St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Royal Oak
The parade is an event to honor and celebrate Irish family traditions to include demonstrating Irish pride and heritage. At 11:30 a.m., the parade of floats, clans, step dancers, bagpipers and community groups leaves Royal Oak Middle School, 709 N. Washington, and goes south on Washington to Seventh Street. More info.

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March 14: Visitacion Valley Family Day & Parade | Free, Herz Playground, 9AM-5PM
The neighbors in San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley come together once again for the 17th Annual Visitacion Valley Family Day featuring a parade, car show, performances, a raffle, and kids activities. More info.

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March 14: Pi Day – Free Admission To The Exploratorium Museum @ Pier 15
The Exploratorium has six main galleries, each focused on a different area of exploration. Common to all are interactive exhibits that reward your attention and give you much to think about. Indulge your curiosity and ask your own questions as you play with the exhibits, and discover new ways to understand how our world works. More info.

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March 14: Ask a Scientist’s PI DAY Puzzle Party @ SoMa StrEat Food Park | Free, 7PM
Trying to decide how you’re going to celebrate Pi Day (3.14) this year? Avoid the congested airports and typical math holiday madness, and join us instead for Ask a Scientist’s Pi Day Puzzle Party — a boisterous math and logic puzzle competition, hosted by the inimitable Wes Carroll. You can compete solo or on a team of up to 6 people. More info.

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March 14: Pi Day Pie Potluck Brunch & BYOB Mimosas @ Feastly | Mission District, $3.14, 10:30AM-12:30PM
Celebrate Pi Day with Feastly! Bring your belly (and a pie, too, if you’re feeling frisky). Feastly’s own Chef Phi is my awesome co-host! We’ll feast on a variety of pies, maybe tell some math jokes, and definitely sip mimosas (while they last). More info.

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March 14: Sonoma – First Hike @ Jack London State Historic Park | Free, East Slope Sonoma Mountain Ridge Trail
On Saturday, March 14 Jack London State Historic Park will host a community celebration and ribbon cutting to mark the opening of the East Slope Sonoma Mountain Ridge Trail. This trail, on land never before accessible to the public, is the culmination of nearly two decades of focused effort and collaboration. Hikers, cyclists, and equestrians will experience sweeping panoramas from the top of Sonoma Mountain, finding different views than ever seen before. More info.

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March 14: Spring World Naked Bike Ride – San Franciso Southern Hemisphere Edition | Free, Market Street, Body Painting @ 11AM, Ride Starts @ Noon
It’s time for the Sixth Annual World Naked Bike Ride – 2015 Southern Hemisphere Edition. Each year, our turnout is getting larger and larger riding bare through the streets of the city. It’s our first of four WNBRs of the 2015 bike naking season and usually one of the two largest WNBRs of the year. More info.

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March 14: 1901 Women’s Suffragette March Reenactment @ Hyde St Pier | Free, Period Costumes, 12-3PM
Turn back the clock to 1901 and experience a costumed Living History reenactment of a suffragette march in support of women’s right to vote. Join the march or express your support from the sidelines! More info.

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March 14: Oakland – Jack of All Trades Market @Jack London Square | Free, Second Saturdays, 11AM-5PM
Free & Pet friendly market includes 85+ local vendors, DIY workshops, food, local music, beers, and more. More info.

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March 14: Oakland – Golden Gate Second Saturdays | Free, Community Event
The Golden Gate Neighborhood of North Oakland is hosting a monthly Second Saturdays event, with activities in the following categories: Art, Music, Food, Volunteerism, Classes, and Family Friendly. More info.

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March 14: Campbell – Second Saturdays @ Downtown Campbell | Free, 2-6PM
Second Saturdays is a blend of everything that makes Downtown Campbell one of the best places in the South Bay to spend a Saturday afternoon. You’ll find artists exhibiting, sidewalk sales, live music, street entertainment, special deals, and various other fun sights and sounds. More info.

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March 14: Berkeley – Beginner Parkour Class @ Mulford Hall | Free, Second Saturdays, Noon

The Beginner’s Class is geared towards first timers & lasts 1.5 hours. The emphasis will be on controlled progression and will cover: philosophy of parkour, training, conditioning and safety tips, and basic movements such as vaults, landings and rolls. More info.

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March 14: San Rafael – State Symphony Orchestra of Mexico / Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico @ Marin Center
The acclaimed 70-member Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico (State Symphony Orchestra of Mexico)under legendary conductor Enrique Batiz makes their Marin Center debut.  Conductor Batiz – a fixture on the international classical music scene since 1965 – founded the Orquesta Sinfonica in 1971. More info.

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March 14: SF Weekly’s Drink 2015 Tasting Event @ Roe | $35-55
Get three hours of open bar sampling from 20+ breweries, wineries and distilleries including Absolut, Don Q Rum, Herradura, Tahoe Blue Vodka, Thirsty Bear and many more, plus complimentary light appetizers, a cocktail competition, and live entertainment from Motown on Mondays. More info.

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March 14: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Bayview Opera House | Free, 2-4:30PM
Experience the whimsy and brilliance of Shakespeare’s language in this playful, family-friendly production, filled with mischievous fairies, witty wordplay, and bewitching star-crossed lovers. More info.

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March 13: East Bay Bike Party | Free, Second Fridays 
East Bay Bike Party EBBP is a mobile party for riders of all ages, experience levels, and types, to meet, ride, and play together in the streets. Bike Party is a 100% volunteer organized event for and by bike enthusiasts, celebrating community and human power. Rides are casual, with party stops at public spaces along the 10-17 mile route. More info.

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March 13: Oakland & Alameda – Art Walk (AKA Estuary Art Attack) | Free, Second Fridays, 6-9PM

The galleries, clubs and restaurants that make Alameda and Jingletown a lively and cosmopolitan destination welcome you! Make time every 2nd Friday of the month to discover the creative life of the area by taking in some of the most exciting, beautiful and challenging contemporary art from the bay area and beyond. More info.

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March 13: San Rafael – Art Walk @ Downtown San Rafael | Free, Second Fridays, 5-8PM
Enjoy galleries, open studios, art exhibits, live music and refreshments as you stroll in downtown San Rafael.  Anchored by Art Works Downtown galleries and artist studios, the 2nd Friday Art Walk links venues along downtown Fourth Street the second Friday of each month. More info.

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March 13: Vallejo – Art Walk @ Downtown Arts District | Free, Second Fridays
Vallejo has seen a surge of artists and creatives moving into the area. The art walk is an event to celebrate and encourage the growth of this culture. Most locations are in the central core of the downtown and very walkable but a few are spread out a few blocks in each direction. More info.

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March 12-22: CAAMFest @ New People Cinema & Various Theaters
CAAMFest is the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films; annually presenting approximately 130 works in San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland. Since 1982, the festival has been an important launching point for Asian American independent filmmakers as well as a vital source for new Asian cinema. More info.

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March 12-22: ODC/Dance Downtown @ Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater
ODC/Dance, San Francisco’s internationally acclaimed contemporary dance company, presents its 44th annual home season. Among the season highlights are Dead Reckoning, a world premiere by KT Nelson set to a commissioned score by Joan Jeanrenaud; the premiere of Brenda Way’s “The Invention of Wings,” and a work by New York-based choreographer and guest artist Kate Weare, titled “Still Life with Avalanche”. More info.

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March 12-15: MANY San Francisco Weekend Events: St Patrick’s Day Parties & Festivals, Pi Day, World Naked Bike Ride, Concerts, Art, Food, & More

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March 12-15: 5th International SF Got Kizomba Festival |Kizomba & Semba Dance
This Festival is dedicated to Kizomba & Semba. Learn from instructors representing different countries, styles, backgrounds, and cultures More info.

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March 12: Golden Gate Bridge Inside View: Art, Architecture, Photography | Free, 7-8PM
Bob David will recount his personal journey uncovering various historical, artistic, and architectural anecdotes about the bridge, some gathered first-hand from its creators when David helped curate the bridge’s 75th anniversary exhibit at the California Historical Society. His lively blend of stories and images will provide a unique perspective on this celebrated San Francisco landmark. More info.

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March 12: Free Movie Night @ Orinda Theatre | 7PM, Second Thursday (more info)

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March 11: Opening Day – Castro Farmers’ Market @ Noe Street at Market Street | 4-8PM
Every Wednesday night throughout the season Noe Street is abloom with fresh fruits and vegetables as the Castro Farmers’ Market brings California’s best to the neighborhood! More info.

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March 10: Free Second Tuesday Admission To SF Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park
Escape to a unique, 55-acre urban oasis of extraordinary beauty. The Botanical Garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park, offering 55 acres of both landscaped gardens and open spaces, showcasing over 8,000 different kinds of plants from around the world. More info.

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March 10: Sandbox Playtests @ The GoGame | Monthly Game & Adventure Testing, 7-9PM
Sandbox is a monthly playtesting event. Think of it as an open mic for real world game design, participatory theater, and immersive experiences. Each month we create a space where you can test out your adventures and receive criticism on how to make it better. More info.

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March 8: San Francisco Sunday Streets in Embarcadero | Free, Closed Streets, Music, Activities, & More
Sunday Streets on the Embarcadero is the annual season opener. It is one of the longest Sunday Streets routes, opening over three miles of streets along the waterfront for residents and visitors to enjoy. More info.

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March 8: The Bboy Connection Sunday Streets Jam @ Willie Mays Plaza | Free, 11AM-4PM
5th year anniversary of The Bboy Connection Sunday Streets jam San Francisco Giants Willie Mays Plaza. Were kicking it off by taking over the Willie Mays Plaza for the 3rd year in a row for more fun dancing and kids dance contest. Free dance classes taught by top bboys, lockers and poppers from the bay area. Live Graffiti artist, Kids dance battle, live vinyl DJs, The Bboy Connection bboy history live performance and open dance floor. More info.

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March 8: Family Day @ The Wharf | Free, Rock Climbing Wall, Inflatable Mazes, & More
Fisherman’s Wharf and PIER 39 are partnering to bring you Family Day to the Wharf, part of the Embarcadero Sunday Streets event on March 8, 2015, the first of the 2015 season.  This event will take place at PIER 39’s entrance plaza and in the Fisherman’s Wharf parking lot (Near the Historic Crab Wheel Sign) which is the northern end/start point for the Sunday Streets event. More info.

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March 8: Family Day at PIER 39 | Free, Inflatable Slide, Food Samples
Stop by PIER 39 during Embarcadero Sunday Streets for a day of Sunday fun featuring a giant inflatable slide, free samples from Honest Tea and more. More info.

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March 7-15: Jewish Music Festival @ Various Locations
Oldest festival of Jewish world music in the U.S. The 30th Jewish Music Festival takes place in Berkeley, Oakland and San Francisco. Festival highlights include the World Premiere of newly-commissioned music by jazz bassoonist Paul Hanson; West Coast debuts by a Jewish-Christian-Muslim Israeli combo Diwan Saz, The Grammy-winning Klezmatics. More info.

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March 7 & 8: Oakland – Northern California’s Biggest and Best White Elephant Sale
An annual two-day event, The White Elephant Sale takes place the first weekend in March. In a huge warehouse located on the Oakland Estuary, 17 unique selling departments provide an extensive offering of quality used Vintage clothing, fine jewelry, Asian collectibles, tools, furniture, sporting goods, and more. More info.

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March 7 & 8: Chinatown Community Street Fair | Free, 5:15-8PM, Parade, Dancing, Food, Vendors
Now in its 26th year, the Chinese Community Street Fair will be held on the weekend of the Southwest Airlines® Chinese New Year Parade. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of San Francisco’s exhilarating Chinatown during one of the community’s most exciting times of the year. You will find over 80 booths and concessions making this a shopper’s paradise. The SF Chinese Chamber of Commerce has planned activities and entertainment for all ages. Enjoy Chinese folk dancing, opera, drumming and much more at the entertainment stage on Washington St. below Grant Ave. Make sure to get a family photo with the giant puppets, dragon and other memorable artifacts from the Parade! More info.

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March 7: Black Cuisine Festival | Music, Dance, Food
Kiddieland, dancing, a soul food contest, marketplace and live music are among the draws and this annual tribute to black cuisine. More info.

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March 7: St. Patrick’s Kick-Off Irish Flag Raising & Dance Performance @ City Hall
Co-Hosted by the Honorable Mayor Edwin M. Lee and the United Irish Societies of San Francisco City Hall Rotunda. More info.

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March 7: SF Botanical Garden’s Magnolias & Magnolia Plant Sale | 10AM-1PM
Come by for a unique opportunity to admire and acquire an outstanding selection of plants seldom found in commercial nurseries or garden centers. Enjoy a wide variety of plants at each monthly Saturday sale, in addition to featured selections, based on the season. Find the right plants for your Bay Area (or beyond!) microclimate with many propagated from our very own collections. More info.

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March 7: Lower Haight Art Walk | Free, 5-9PM
Music, Art, Food & Drink Specials. Over 50 businesses participating. More info.

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March 7: George Lopez @ The Warfield | Comedy, $42-62 (more info)

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March 7: Annual Irish-American Crossroads Festival – Children’s Hour of Dance & Music @ Fisher Children’s Center | Free
From the high-energy driving rhythm of Irish jigs and reels to slower-paced airs with sean-nós (‘old style’) songs (sung in both Irish and English), Autumn Rhodes and Darcy Noonan stay well in touch with the roots of the music, while infusing it with their own special style. The duo will play and explain several instruments, including fiddle, Irish flute concertina and tin whistle. Children will also have a chance to learn and sing-along to a few Irish Gaelic children’s songs. More info.

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March 7: San Francisco Craft Beer Festival @ Fort Mason Center
From the established craft brewers to the mid-majors and up-and comers, the diversity and creativity of the SF Area Craft Brewing Community has proven to be limitless. For our Grand Tasting, we will be featuring an extensive variety of these artisanally produced creations from America’s Top Breweries. Nearly 75 participating breweries from across the country, with a special emphasis on SF-Area Breweries are each expected to showcase 2 of their finest offerings (about 150 total) with a strong emphasis on their Limited Release and Seasonal selections. More info.

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March 7: Free First Saturdays @ The Asian Art Museum 
Free general admission on the first Sunday of every month and the family programs offered on that day—are made possible by Target. Admission is granted on a first-come, first-served basis. More info.

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March 7: Chantey Sing @ Hyde Park Pier | Free, 8PM-Midnight 
A public sing-along of sea chanteys and sailor songs aboard a historic ship at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Wear warm clothing and bring a mug for hot cider. More info.

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March 7: Oakland – The Art Murmur Saturday Stroll | Free, 1-5PM
Many of the galleries that participate in Oakland’s highly popular First Friday Art Murmur gallery walk are also open EVERY Saturday afternoon. Known as the Saturday Stroll, this is a quieter and more focused time to view art and visit with Oakland Art Murmur gallery directors. More info.

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March 7: Chinese New Year’s Treasure Hunt @ Justin Herman Plaza
Largest and most popular treasure hunt of its kind in the United States; inventive clues and unique, little-known treasure spots draw thousands of spirited participants who return year after year for this fun-filled event. More info.

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March 6: Transportation History Bike Ride @ Golden Gate Park
The city’s history exactly matches the 160 years of transportation revolutions. We’ll see where a major railroad came right into the park, where the suspension bridge was first tried, where driver licenses were invented, why pedestrians were so feared, and we’ll even learn about street sweeping. This ride will include great discussions between short stretches of riding. More info.

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March 6: North Beach First Fridays | Free, Art Galleries, Local Artists, Music & Drinks, 6-9PM
First Fridays presents the North Beach community the chance to marvel in the vibrant art scene that awaits them right outside their doorstep. Participating galleries stay open until 9pm and offer drinks, live music, poetry, meetings with local artists, and entertainment for the guests. More info.

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March 6: Redwood City – Free First Fridays @ San Mateo County History Museum
The History Museum is an innovative regional history center. Featuring interactive experiences, the long-term exhibits are the place where you can explore the county’s rich and colorful history. More info.

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March 6: San Francisco Bike Party | Free, First Fridays
San Francisco Bike Party is a monthly celebration of biking for riders of different ages, types, and skill levels to enjoy. The rides are fun and safe with stops to dance and socialize along the way. More info.

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March 6: San Jose – South First Fridays Art Walk
An eclectic evening of Arts & Culture in downtown San Jose’s SoFA district (and beyond) every First Friday of the month. More info.

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March 6:  First Friday @ Il Pirata | Free, Comedy Show, DJ Dance Party (more info)

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March 6: Santa Cruz – Free First Fridays @ Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, also known affectionately by locals as the “whale museum”, is one of the earliest museums in the state of California. More info.

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March 6: Oakland – First Fridays Festival On Telegraph Ave | Free, Art, Music, Food & Drink
Every First Friday from 5–9:30 pm, Oakland’s KONO district springs to life with for this event, with galleries, artist collectives, street artists, local culinary artisans, performers, musicians, dancers, DJ’s, and poets gathering for Oakland First Friday events. More info.

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March 6: Oakland – The Art Murmur First Friday Art Walk | Free, 40+ Galleries, 6-9PM
On the first Friday of every month, Oakland Art Murmur hosts an evening art walk featuring member galleries and mixed-use venues collectively open to the public. OAM is an organization of over 40 galleries that produces weekly art walks, guided tours and other exclusive events. More info.

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March 5: Free First Thursday Admission | The Chinese Historical Society of America Museum
The Chinese Historical Society of America Museum is the oldest organization in the country dedicated to the interpretation, promotion, and preservation of the social, cultural and political history and contributions of the Chinese in America. More info.

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March 5: New Filmmakers Open Screening @ Artists’ Television Access, Mission | Free, 8PM, First Thursdays
ATA’s openscreening is the only monthly open submissions screening in the Bay Area. One hour of shorts are accepted monthly on an open revolving basis, anything goes with the screened work, and the refreshments are pretty good too. More info.

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March 5: First Thursday Lower Polk / Tenderloin Art Walk
Every First Thursday from 6-10PM / / Over 20 galleries and art spaces bringing together the arts and culture of the surrounding Lower Polk and Tenderloin communities. More info.

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March 5: Burlingame – Free First Thursdays @ Museum of Pez Memorabilia
Over 900 unique Pez characters have been produced since 1950. See them all at the Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia including the World’s Largest Pez Dispenser. More info.

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March 5-8: MANY San Francisco Weekend Events: Festivals, St Patrick’s, Beer, Concerts, Street Fair, & More

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March 4: Free First Wednesday Admission @ GLBT History Museum in Castro District
Located in San Francisco’s Castro District, The GLBT History Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The museum celebrates 100 years of the city’s vast queer past through dynamic and surprising exhibitions and programming. More info.

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March 3-8: SF Ballet Presents: Dances at a Gathering, Hummingbird
San Francisco Ballet, the oldest professional ballet company in America, has emerged as a world-class arts organization since it was founded as the San Francisco Opera Ballet in 1933. More info

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March 3: First Tuesday Free Admission To Conservatory of Flowers
Whether you’re a native San Franciscan, a visitor from another side of the world, or a classroom of budding botanists, the Conservatory of Flowers offers an intimate up-close experience with rare and endangered plants unlike any other. Come see what treasures await you! The Conservatory is free to all visitors on the first Tuesday of every month. Groups are not permitted on free days. More info.

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March 3: First Tuesday Free Admission To San Francisco Contemporary Jewish Museum 
Ever changing, the CJM is a non-collecting institution that partners with national and international cultural institutions to present exhibitions that are both timely and relevant and represent the highest level of artistic achievement and scholarship. More info.

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March 3: First Tuesday Free Admission @ de Young Museum
Designed by the renowned Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron and Fong & Chan Architects in San Francisco, the new de Young provided San Francisco with a landmark art museum to showcase the museum’s priceless collections of American art from the 17th through the 20th centuries, Textile arts, and art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. More info.

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March 3: First Tuesday Free Admission To Legion Of Honor Museum
The Legion of Honor displays an impressive collection of 4,000 years of ancient and European art in an unforgettable setting overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Its collections include Rodin’s Thinker, which sits in the museum’s Court of Honor, European decorative arts and paintings, Ancient art, and one of the largest collections of prints and drawings in the country. More info.

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March 3: Free First Tuesday Admission To Museum of Craft and Design
Since opening to the public in 2004, the Museum of Craft and Design has delivered innovative exhibitions and programs to thousands of visitors from San Francisco, the Bay Area and beyond. More info.

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March 1-28 (begins Jan 17): SF Botanical Garden Annual Magnolia Bloom | Free Tours
One of San Francisco’s most breathtaking natural marvels, the annual bloom of nearly 100 rare and historic magnolias returns to the SF Botanical Garden with free tours at 2 pm every Saturday from January 17 – March 28, 2015. More info.

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March 1-21 (begins Feb 12): Annual Youth Speaks Teen Poetry Slam @ Various Locations
Youth Speaks, one of the leaders in Spoken Word performances, works with 45,000 teens annually and is a presenter of local and national youth poetry slams, festivals, reading series and more. Preliminaries take place in March followed by the semi-finals and finals, climaxing with the Grand Slam Finals at the Nourse Theatre on March 21. More info.

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March 1-8 (begins Feb 28): SFUSD Arts Festival @ The Asian Art Museum
The Asian Art Museum teams up with the San Francisco Unified School District to present a celebration of student creativity and arts education showcasing visual and performing arts by 11,500 students from 250 schools. More info.

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March 1, 5, & 7: SF Ballet Presents: Variations for Two Couples, The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, The Kingdom of the Shades from La Bayadère, Act II
San Francisco Ballet, the oldest professional ballet company in America, has emerged as a world-class arts organization since it was founded as the San Francisco Opera Ballet in 1933. More info

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March 1 (begins Feb 20): Noise Pop @ Various locations
The Noise Pop Festival is San Francisco’s favorite indie music, arts and film festival. Now in its 22nd year, Noise Pop has brought early exposure to many emerging artists in the Bay Area and beyond, many of whom have gone on to widespread acclaim.  In addition, the festival boasts a film series that explores the intersection of music and art; NPHQ; art gallery shows; happy hours and much more. More info.

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March 1: Chinese New Year Run- Year of the Ram | 10K/5K/Walk
This scenic route starts at Sacramento and Grant, winds its way through Chinatown, North Beach, the Embarcadero, Downtown and finishes on Kearny between California and Sacramento.The proceeds from the run benefit the Chinatown YMCA Community Center, which serves more than 1,200 youth and their families from Chinatown and the surrounding neighborhoods.  The event expects 1,700 participants and 250 volunteers. More info.

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March 1 (begins Feb 27): Ocean Film Festival @ Cowell Theater, Fort Mason Center
One of the largest and most diverse of its kind, the festival features documentaries, animations, narratives and other traditional screen fare on topics ranging from ocean adventures to island culture and more. More info.

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March 1: Off the Grid: Picnic at the Presidio 2015 Season Grand Opening @ Main Post Lawn
Picnickers are invited to enjoy the Presidio’s lush Main Post lawn, spectacular views of the bay, and the historic scene of the old post. Specialty items from San Francisco’s favorite eateries and food trucks, Mimosa and Bloody Mary drink kits, and live music from an onsite DJ make this a stand-alone picnic experience. More info.

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February 28-March 1: The Great San Francisco Crystal Fair @ Fort Mason Center
More than exhibitors celebrating earth and spirit with a wide variety of gems and minerals (quartz, amethyst, tourmaline, etc.), jewelry, metaphysics, healing tools and the mystical arts. More info.

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