Weekend Guide Oct 28-31

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It’s Halloween Weekend! This is the most celebrated holiday in San Francisco and the SF Giant’s are in the World Series! If you are not so into the spirit of Halloween, watch the games with a few close friends or enjoy a quieter evening home. If you are into the spirit of Halloween, this city will not disappoint you with the array of events going on. Also,  advantage of the FREE CAB RIDES on Halloween night for those who have partied too hard.

Thursday Oct 28th • World Series • 4:30PM
In case you haven’t heard, our SF Giants are in the World Series! Support your team, wear black and orange (coincidentally Halloween colors), and drink responsibly. Check out this  great compilation of places to hang out during the ball game.

Thursday Oct 28th • Wild & Scenic Film Festival • 5-9:30PM
Join the Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) and Clif Bar & Company when they host the Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival On Tour in Emeryville on October 28. The event will include delicious, seasonal offerings from a selection of the area’s best restaurants, food artisans, and growers, as well as local beverages, prizes, music, and a full program of eye-opening environmental films.

Thursday Oct 28th • Tea and Telling • 7-9PM
If baseball and Halloween are really not your thing, cozy up with a cup of hot tea at Samovar Tea Lounge. Writers, Musicians, Storytellers, Stand Up Comics, Spoken Word Artists, Dancers and Tea Drinkers are invited to this event. That means you. If you want to share your work, please arrive at 7:30 to sign up for a spot and relax with your fellow creators before we begin.


Thursday Oct 28th • Super Natural Night Life • 6-11PM
Kick off Halloween weekend in-costume at a SuperNatural edition of the Academy’s weekly NightLife event. In the spirit of Halloween, step into the world of parapsychology with Professor Paranormal, one of the world’s leading experts on ghosts and psychic experience. Drop in on one of his tongue-in-cheek psychic shows, check out a giant pumpkin carving demonstration, and groove to ghoulish tunes by DJ Tomas Diablo all night long.


Thursday Oct 28th • Mission Treat • 7-9PM

It may seem like every day is Halloween in SF. We San Franciscans love to dress up whenever we have a chance, but it’s not ’til that last week of October that the real freaks come out at night. This Halloween, The Bold Italic heads to the heart of the Mission, a part of the city that’s already known for good food, good parties, and a strong sense of community.  Partiers will enjoy a night of art, food, drink, fashion, and a blood-splattered,  Dexter -inspired photo booth along that block. Show up in your best costume for this unique trick-or-treating of sorts.

Friday Oct 29th • Organic Beer & Wine Tasting • 4-8PM
Join CCOF for the 5th Annual Organic Beer and Wine Tasting at the Ferry Building in San Francisco to sample a wide variety of fine beverages – all by producers certified organic by CCOF – and talk directly to the vintners, and brewers.

Friday Oct 29th • Thriller • 10PM
This October, Yoshi’s is pleased to be hosting the MJ Thriller Halloween Ball featuring the Bay Area’s haunting band Foreverland. Based in San Francisco, the Foreverland was formed in March of 2009 to honor Michael’s musical genius and legendary showmanship. Rather than be limited by a MJ impersonator and pre-recorded backing tracks, the band’s unique approach is to celebrate the larger than life performances, imagination and infectious spirit of this legendary artist.

Saturday Oct 30-31st • Harvest Festival • 9AM
While everyday seems like a harvest festival at the Ferry Building, the last weekend of October always sets a new benchmark for celebrating the local bounty, with activities for adults and children at the Ferry Building Harvest Festival ranging from tastings, to live music, to facepainting, to the beloved Barnyard by the Bay (petting zoo) on Sunday. Other than an organic wine and beer tasting on Friday night, events are free and open to the public.

Sat-Sun Oct 30-31st • Super Natural Museum • 9-5PM
Celebrate Halloween with chills and thrills at the Academy! Enjoy ghoulish music by 102.1 KDFC and Radio Disney, join a costume parade, or delight in performances by Velocity Circus, magicians, and more! The family fun continues with cockroaches, snakes, and other creepy crawly critters during live animal demonstrations and special programs. Come in costume and get a free trick or treat bag!

Saturday Oct 30th • Sweet Tasting Event • 1-5PM
Bacetti is very proud to invite you to its “unveil tasting event”. On Saturday afternoon October 30, Bacetti will distribute Free Bacetti to taste. Expect surprises to be part of the party, come with your friends and family to Paulette Macarons to discover the latest delicious fun treat.

Sunday Oct 31st • Barbary Coast Trail Walk • 9AM
An inaugural 3.5 mile walk through San Francisco’s most historic and vibrant neighborhoods. Since its establishment in 1998, many visitors and residents have enjoyed segments of the walk but never before has there been an opportunity to do the entire trail with knowledgeable guides along the trail. This walk will be lead by former Mayor Willie Brown.

Sunday Oct 31st • Bar Agricole Dinner • 6PM
Bar Agricole, a newish, stylish restaurant and bar is hosting a costumed prix-fix dinner to get your Halloween night started off perfectly. “The exact nature of Halloween offerings are a closely held secret, but expect blood sausage.” More details here.

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