Join the 20th Giants FanFest brought to you by KNBR 680 at AT&T Park on February 9, Saturday. Spent your day starting 10am to 3pm with field live broadcasts, Questions & Answers with the players, World Series trophies viewing, free autographs, kids zone, photo shoots and a chance to meet Tim Lincecum, Buster Posey, Pablo Sandoval, Barry Zito and more players.
Don't miss the pre-valentine Erotic Art Event, ON THE EDGE 3, on February 8 to 10 at the Gallery/Bar 4N5. Shows include 400 erotic stills by 20 photographers, fashion show from West Coast Leather of Union Square - San Francisco's very own designer leather, pole dance performance, erotic metal-inspired fashion show and various erotic demonstrations.
Entrance to the exhibit will admit age 21 above with $5 charge but free on Sunday.
Imagine wimpy kid reading his own diary 20 years after in the Annual Doomed Valentine's Show in a most hilarious anxiety of teens dug deep from their worst memory lane. Watch the live performance of special house band The Improv Comedy, freestyle rapper The Freeze, DJ mixes and line-up of various guests who will publicize their worst, oddest and most awkward moment of their youthful experiences. This year's Mortified event in San Francisco will happen on February 8 at The DNA Lounge.
Visit the Walt Disney Family Museum for 2 weekends of hands-on experience of designing your own character on a model sheet and giving them color on a cel and finally putting it to life by creating your own stop motion animation free with Museum Admission at Learning Center on February 2-3 and February 9-10, Saturdays and Sundays by 1pm to 3pm.
Welcome the Lunar New Year with the mini procession and ribbon cutting ceremony sponsored by the Southwest Airlines on February 2, Saturday. There will be a small parade by 10:30am from St. Mary's Square joining the snake parade down Grant Avenue and then to the main stage of Flower Fairs on Washington Street. Followed by the festivities opening with ribbon cutting ceremony by the city Mayor and its officials.
Participate with the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 21st, will start with the parade and march at 11am from Caltrain Station crossing over Lefty O'Doul Bridge and will stop at AT&T Park in memory to the marches occurred during the perion of civil rights as a symbol of violence and victory. Then will proceed afterwards to Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and its gardens to join a day of festivities full of public speeches, inspiring words, messages and visions from Dr. Martin Luther Jr.
Visit this famous neighborhood Victorian homes of Pacific Heights, learn about its history and experience their lifestyles. Pacific Heights is characterized with Edwardian, Chateaux, Mansion and Mission Revival architecture and best scenic view of San Francisco Bay including the Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Interested participants are invited to this guided walking tour every Sunday, 2pm at the corner of Bush and Octavian Streets. This regular tour is open for everyone and free for group of less than 8 persons. Donations are welcome.
Witness or be part of the 12th year No Pants Subway Ride in BART/Muni San Francisco Bay Area on Sunday, January 13 starting 12pm. Commuters are required to ride BART and Muni in their underwear and colorful socks, with shameless face like it's a natural thing, wander public places still without pants even after the ride and after the photo shoot.
This worldwide event hosted by Improv Everywhere is free (but not the BART ride) and will be observed in a couple of cities around the world.
Join the adventure of seeking the infamous Lobos Dunes hidden somewhere in Presidio on Saturday, January 12. A rich creek valley rationed with rains which provided water and food for the early settlers and inhabitants of the city and still a main water source within the area. It used to be filled with vegetables, cattle and butterflies which slowly vanished in 1942; was restored; and became a national park site in 1994.