nSan Francisco Symphony Free Summer Concert at Pier 27. July 24, 2016.
Classical music aficionado? More of a classical music neophyte? Somewhere between? No matter where you are on the classical music spectrum, you are sure to have an enjoyable afternoon at the annual San Francisco Symphony Free Summer Concert at Pier 27.
Pack a picnic basket, bring your friends and family, and check out this cultural treasure. Life without music would b flat….
Renegade Craft Fair Summer 2016. July 16+17, 2016.
San Francisco’s Renegade Craft Fair Summer 2016 is a curated indie-craft marketplace celebrating all things handmade.
Find 300+ makers selling unique art, jewelry, ceramics, paper products, clothing, body products, home decor, artisanal foods, and more. Plus enjoy: DIY activities and workshops; a photo booth; a DJ; a full bar and delicious eats.
Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival 2016. July 9 +11, 2016
Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival 2016 features over 150 juried artists selling fine and functional clay and glass art. Select from stunning vases, whimsical sculptures, fused glass, patterned pottery, glass sculptures, fun garden accents, original jewelry and more.
The artwork ranges from traditional to contemporary.
Whether you are looking for the perfect gif or something for yourself (!) put Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival 2016 on your weekend fun list.
Intentional or not, the San Francisco Parking Rules for July 4th 2016 are a potential trap for residents and visitors.
This Monday, July 4th, Federal and State offices are closed as well as many workplaces. While you may have the day off traffic control officers are on the job. Sorta, kinda. As in some parking rules are enforced and some are not.
If you have a car and want to avoid a ticket this 4th of July holiday be sure to check these San Francisco
Spoiler Alert: Bring your quarters (and lots of them), meters are enforced.
Flower Piano 2016 A Pop-Up Musical Feast. July 7 – 18, 2016.
For twelve days San Francisco’s Botanical Garden is the city’s own outdoor concert hall. Nestled around the Garden’s 55 lush acres are twelve pianos available for playing.
On weekends visitors can enjoy concerts featuring accomplished musicians playing everything from classical to punk. Plus, regardless of your musical talent, you are welcome to play any of the pianos. Pretty irresistible so expect your Garden soundtrack will have amazingly talented regular folks as well as one finger versions of chopsticks.
All events are FREE with regular admission ($7) and totally FREE for San Francisco residents and SFBG Members.