Every year, Paragon puts out a calendar of local events, covering everything from Giants Opening Day (March 31) to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass (September 30 – October 2). Check it out below and mark your calendars for whatever tickles your fancy!
Guests are coming, the kids are out of school, or you just want to do something different than usual. Summer has arrived in one of the most beautiful and multi-dimensional places on earth, and here is a wide variety of ideas for making the most of it.
Dinner, brunch, burritos, burgers, bars, music, dance, theater, running, biking, hiking, and things to do with visitors, children and dogs.
Food & Drink
Out & About
Arts & Culture
Important note: You will undoubtedly find yourself disagreeing vehemently with one or more of the above “best lists” – best burrito, brunch and coffee are particularly contentious issues in the Bay Area. Our position is clear: We agree wholeheartedly with you and share your dismay. Still, despite these egregious errors in taste, we hope you and yours are able to enjoy a summer delightful in every way.
All work and no play makes Misha a dull boy. Anyone that knows me knows that one of my passions is cooking. I wish I could get to more of these farmers’ markets than I do. They’re a credit to this wonderful city we live in.
Looking for some fun activities in the Bay Area this holiday weekend and beyond?
Check out these “18 Things to Do in July”
Source : Parascopesf.com
Enjoy a beautiful San Francisco weekend at The Stern Grove Festival, celebrating its 77th season. This admission-free performing arts series, takes place in Sigmund Stern Grove, a beautiful outdoor amphitheater located at 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard in San Francisco.
For concert schedules, event details, and more, visit: http://www.sterngrove.org/home
It’s hard to believe it’s already 2014! There’s such an abundance of events throughout the year in our amazing city, where does one begin? Well, we have something to help get you started. So before you book up your weekends, check out our handy event calendar to give you some inspiration. (CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO EXPAND).
The Great Dickens Christmas Fair is a one-of-a-kind holiday adventure into Victorian London – an elaborate party with hundreds of costumed players performing and interacting with patrons in over 120,000 square feet of theatrically-lit music halls, pubs, dance floors and Christmas shops.
It’s a twilight evening in Charles Dickens’ London Town; a city of winding lanes filled with colorful characters from both literature and history. Enticing aromas of roasted chestnuts and hearty foods fill the air. Cries of street vendors hawking their wares ring out above the bustling crowd. Dozens of lamplit shops are filled to overflowing with Christmas gifts. The Dickens Christmas Fair is a treasured Bay Area tradition since 1970 and a splendid way to celebrate the holidays.
Four weekends including the Friday after Thanksgiving: November 29th through December 22nd, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM PST
Cow Palace Exhibition Halls, 2600 Geneva Avenue, San Francisco
General Admission, $25. Student/Senior/Military, $21. Children 5-11, $12. Children Under 5, Free. Groups of 15 or more, $17. Pickwick Club (Fair season pass), $60.
For more information go to www.dickensfair.com/