Pet Pride Day 2014. October 26, 2014. San Francisco. Free.
You and your furry (or feathered friend) are invited to celebrate Pet Pride Day. See and be seen at the City’s fluffiest-tail-wagging-feathered-scaled-finned citizens event of the season.
This only in San Francisco celebration includes a pet parade, pet costume contest, eats, two-legged kid activities, on site adoptions, photo booth, low-cost rabies clinic, vendors, pet tricks, doggie agility demonstrations, and more.
Bay Area Science Festival 2014. October 23 – November 1, 2104. Bay Area Wide.
The 4th annual Bay Area Science Festival kicks off Thursday for a 10 day wonder-fest.
Enjoy over 50 science & technology events/activities including hands-on tinkering, exhibits, hikes, games, museums, lectures, debates, workshops, NPR shows, and more at a variety of locations throughout the Bay Area.
San Francisco Trolley Dances. October 18 & 19, 2014. San Francisco. Free(ish).
San Francisco Trolley Dances are back with a moving feast of site specific, original, modern dance performances by some of the Bay Area’s most innovative dance companies. The show is FREE, your only cost is your Muni ticket.
Fun for all, bring your BFF, your family or go solo. Just make sure you give this dance performance a whirl.
The sharing economy in the Bay Area is legendary. Oakland’s Free Plant Exchange, now in its 7th year, is one of the movement’s pioneers. Share your overflow, no longer needed garden-related stuff and pick up someone else’s overflow garden-related stuff.
Whether you are a gardening pro, beginner, or some place in between, you will not want to miss the free plant exchange. No green thumb required. Swear. Continue reading →
2 Chances To Explore The Exploratorium Free in October. Multiple Dates With Different Hours. San Francisco.
Need a science fix and want it for free? You are in luck.
October brings two chances to explore the Exploratorium Free. The first honors “Founder’s Day” – you can enter free all day. The second commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake (“LP25″) with 3 hours of free admission.
Mark your calendar and explore San Francisco’s scientific-fun-house-extraordinaire admission free.
San Francisco’s fave free outdoor festival of music, dance, art, and performances covering every genre is back and it is bigger and better than ever. The breadth of activities makes it a weekend top pick.
Come out and see, hear, and experience the Yerba Buena district come alive. Fun for all.