Outside Lands returns to Golden Gate Park this weekend, August 10-12. Janet Jackson is headlining on Sunday. There's a new clear bag policy and we would advise taking public transit.
HeadsUp: #outsidelands is next week, August 10 to 12. If you're looking to attend and want info about extra #SFMuni svc, passenger loading zones, taxi stands, street closures, and more: https://t.co/nf0AIdqlBD pic.twitter.com/ikLPmU5sNW— SFMTA (@sfmta_muni) August 4, 2018
Get ready for SF’s newest rooftop park as well as the grand opening of the new Transbay Terminal (aka “Salesforce Transit Center”).
A free Neighborhood Block Party will be held Saturday, August 11, 2018 from noon to 4 p.m. featuring fun, free activities for Bay Area families including music, fitness classes, games, tours, and performances, as well as exhibits of historic and state of the art buses. This will also be a rare opportunity for you to walk out onto the center’s Cable Stay Bridge; a once in a lifetime opportunity. The event will also include pop-up retail shops, food trucks, and cafes.
- Rooftop Park – Enjoy free music, arts & crafts, fitness classes, and more activities at the 5.4-acre urban oasis
- Bus Deck – See where the buses roll out, meet transit operators at the new Salesforce Transit Center
- Grand Hall – Explore the beautiful skylit interiors, browse pop-up shops for gifts, enjoy music and more
23rd Annual Aloha Festival August 11-12, 2018 | 10 am to 5 pm-San Mateo County Event Center, 1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo-FREE Admission
Get a feel for the islands at the 2018 Aloha Festival with music, dance, food, and culture from Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, and all over the Pacific.
Entertainment highlights include Pacific Islander music as well as Polynesian dance.
SCRAP is hosting its annual Hats Off to Teachers materials give-away from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, August 11, 2018. FREE!!!
If you are an SF Bay Area teacher, come by to gather free classroom supplies including pens, pencils, paper, markers, binders and a great variety of other materials. Come early as supplies are limited.
SCRAP is located at 801 Toland Street in San Francisco. The entrance is on Newcomb St.