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Silent Film Festival
June 1, 2017
7pm
Castro Theatre
San Francisco

International Arts Festival
June 1-4, 2017
1pm
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco

SF DocFest
June 1-15, 2017
7pm
San Francisco

Beer & Music Festival
June 3, 2017
7pm-10pm
428 11th St
San Francisco

41st Annual Union Street Music Festival
June 3-4, 2017
10am-6pm
Union Street
San Francisco

Tango in the Square
June 4, 2017
2pm-4pm
Union Square Live
San Francisco

35th Annual Jazz Festival
June 6-18, 2017
Hayes Valley
San Francisco

11th Annual Golden Gate Park Band Festival
June 9, 2017
11am-5pm
Spreckles Temple of Music
Golden Gate Park

West Coast Craft
June 10-11, 2017
10am-6pm
Fort Mason Pavilion
San Francisco

Escape from Alcatraz Triathalon
June 11, 2017
7:30am
Marina Green
San Francisco

Haight Ashbury Street Fair
June 11, 2017
11am-5:30pm
Haight Ashbury
San Francisco

Sunday Streets
June 11, 2017
11am-4pm
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco

SF Design Week
June 14-22, 2017
San Francisco
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Golden Gate Park
Ghirardelli Square
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Wax Museum
Bay Area Ski Bus
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
San Francisco Zoo
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 
Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street
Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero
Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza
Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building
Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street
Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.
The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets
Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue
UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
Friday, June 2, 2017
Wonder Woman
Captain Underpants
Churchill

Friday, June 9, 2017
The Mummy
The Hero

Friday, June 16, 2017
Cars 3
Rough Night
Resident Evil: Vendetta

Friday, June 23, 2017
Transformers: The Last Knight
The Beguiled

Friday, June 30, 2017
Despicable Me 3
The House

For every kind of dad, there's a perfect 2017 Father's Day activity to enjoy and remember forever. From golf to go karts, find fun Father's Day ideas here.

1. Fishing dad

Bond with dad at a local fishing hole or make a weekend out of it at some of America’s best fishing spots. When else do you get to stand side by side and catch up on life while you enjoy the outdoors? Try this neat fishing trick: Use WD-40 to spray your lures. It attracts fish and masks human odor that can scare them off.

2. Go-Kart dad

Forget another gift of golf shirts. Take Dad for a thrill ride. Give him a speedway, a Go-Kart, and a helmet, and watch Dad go crazy with excitement. Look for a nearby Go-Kart track and spend the day zipping around.

3. Paintball dad

Let Dad explore his inner warrior. Nothing says "I love you" like a little friendly battle of the generations.

4. Beer tasting dad

Make dad’s day by toasting him at a local beer or wine tasting event. There's even a no-brainer built-in gift: Bring home some of the day’s best bottles to remember the day for weeks to come. And no need to feel guilty over that beer belly. Did you know that beer is actually good for you?

5. Amusement park dad

Thrilling rides, funnel cake, tacky souvenirs—yes, it's Father’s Day at a theme park. Check out how to win at the trickiest carnival games; plus see more secrets amusement parks won't tell you.

6. Golf dad

They say golf is a good walk spoiled, but not when you spend 18 holes worth of quality time with dad. You can hire a PGA instructor for a series of golf lessons for you and your dad—a great excuse to hang out together, pick up tips from a pro, and improve your game.

7. Battle reenactment dad

Head to the 19th or 18th century to watch a Civil or Revolutionary War reenactment—and experience a slice of history up close. Meet some of the awesome Americans who perform in Civil War reenactments here.

8. Sports dad

Tickets to his favorite sporting event are pretty much always a winning idea. Many stadiums offer Father’s Day deals; check if they’re offering discounted tickets. Want to be the favorite child? Surprise dad with a splurge of season tickets. While you're at it, entertain dad with these funny sports jokes.

9. Camping dad

This year, start a camping tradition. Pitch a tent, start a campfire, swap memories about growing up—it's bonding at its best. Look for a campground near you, pick up the right gear, and go wild. But make sure to check out these tips for being bear-savvy while camping.

10. Handsome dad

Spa days are not just for the ladies. If yours is the kind of dad who appreciates being pampered, book him a luxurious massage, hair cut, or professional shave.

11. Car show dad

Is your dad an absolute car nut? Contact your local car clubs to find a nearby show of amazing vintage hot-rods or the latest electric car. Bond over stories of what it was like for him to drive his first car—or recall laughs over what he went through to teach you how to drive.

12. History dad

Check with your local library or historical society and ask if tours are available of their stacks and archives. Many organizations will be happy to show you a behind-the-scenes look at your town's history. Quiz dad to see if he knows these fascinating facts about America.

13. Music dad

What's playing nearby? Check local listings for an outdoor music festival or concert your pop might appreciate. Remember snacks and cold water, plus a clean blanket. Here's what dad's favorite music says about his personality.

14. Art dad

Many local art museums have dad-friendly works to look at, but you can also go quirky and try a specialized collection or gallery that he might find more interesting. Or get creative: You could check out a cool art installation in a nearby city instead of doing a more traditional museum.

15. Cooking dad

You can treat dad to dinner anytime. Instead, sign up for a cooking class and experiment in the kitchen. Sur La Table and Whole Foods, as well as your own local grocery store, are good places to start your search.

16. Travel dad

Make it a day trip or a weekend getaway! From the coast of Maine to Florida's Key West, June is a great month to get away on a scenic road trip. Be sure to pack some of these household items for easier travel.

17. Volunteer dad

He's given you so much, now it's time for you both to give back. Turn spending time with Dad into a meaningful opportunity to help those in your community. Check out these creative ways to volunteer.

Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
San Francisco Baseball
S
an Jose Soccer

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June 2017 Chicago Title Times - San Francisco County
Silent Film Festival
June 1, 2017
7pm
Castro Theatre
San Francisco

International Arts Festival
June 1-4, 2017
1pm
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco

SF DocFest
June 1-15, 2017
7pm
San Francisco

Beer & Music Festival
June 3, 2017
7pm-10pm
428 11th St
San Francisco

41st Annual Union Street Music Festival
June 3-4, 2017
10am-6pm
Union Street
San Francisco

Tango in the Square
June 4, 2017
2pm-4pm
Union Square Live
San Francisco

35th Annual Jazz Festival
June 6-18, 2017
Hayes Valley
San Francisco

11th Annual Golden Gate Park Band Festival
June 9, 2017
11am-5pm
Spreckles Temple of Music
Golden Gate Park

West Coast Craft
June 10-11, 2017
10am-6pm
Fort Mason Pavilion
San Francisco

Escape from Alcatraz Triathalon
June 11, 2017
7:30am
Marina Green
San Francisco

Haight Ashbury Street Fair
June 11, 2017
11am-5:30pm
Haight Ashbury
San Francisco

Sunday Streets
June 11, 2017
11am-4pm
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco

SF Design Week
June 14-22, 2017
San Francisco
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Golden Gate Park
Ghirardelli Square
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Wax Museum
Bay Area Ski Bus
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
San Francisco Zoo
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 
Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street
Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero
Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza
Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building
Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street
Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.
The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets
Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue
UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
Friday, June 2, 2017
Wonder Woman
Captain Underpants
Churchill

Friday, June 9, 2017
The Mummy
The Hero

Friday, June 16, 2017
Cars 3
Rough Night
Resident Evil: Vendetta

Friday, June 23, 2017
Transformers: The Last Knight
The Beguiled

Friday, June 30, 2017
Despicable Me 3
The House

For every kind of dad, there's a perfect 2017 Father's Day activity to enjoy and remember forever. From golf to go karts, find fun Father's Day ideas here.

1. Fishing dad

Bond with dad at a local fishing hole or make a weekend out of it at some of America’s best fishing spots. When else do you get to stand side by side and catch up on life while you enjoy the outdoors? Try this neat fishing trick: Use WD-40 to spray your lures. It attracts fish and masks human odor that can scare them off.

2. Go-Kart dad

Forget another gift of golf shirts. Take Dad for a thrill ride. Give him a speedway, a Go-Kart, and a helmet, and watch Dad go crazy with excitement. Look for a nearby Go-Kart track and spend the day zipping around.

3. Paintball dad

Let Dad explore his inner warrior. Nothing says "I love you" like a little friendly battle of the generations.

4. Beer tasting dad

Make dad’s day by toasting him at a local beer or wine tasting event. There's even a no-brainer built-in gift: Bring home some of the day’s best bottles to remember the day for weeks to come. And no need to feel guilty over that beer belly. Did you know that beer is actually good for you?

5. Amusement park dad

Thrilling rides, funnel cake, tacky souvenirs—yes, it's Father’s Day at a theme park. Check out how to win at the trickiest carnival games; plus see more secrets amusement parks won't tell you.

6. Golf dad

They say golf is a good walk spoiled, but not when you spend 18 holes worth of quality time with dad. You can hire a PGA instructor for a series of golf lessons for you and your dad—a great excuse to hang out together, pick up tips from a pro, and improve your game.

7. Battle reenactment dad

Head to the 19th or 18th century to watch a Civil or Revolutionary War reenactment—and experience a slice of history up close. Meet some of the awesome Americans who perform in Civil War reenactments here.

8. Sports dad

Tickets to his favorite sporting event are pretty much always a winning idea. Many stadiums offer Father’s Day deals; check if they’re offering discounted tickets. Want to be the favorite child? Surprise dad with a splurge of season tickets. While you're at it, entertain dad with these funny sports jokes.

9. Camping dad

This year, start a camping tradition. Pitch a tent, start a campfire, swap memories about growing up—it's bonding at its best. Look for a campground near you, pick up the right gear, and go wild. But make sure to check out these tips for being bear-savvy while camping.

10. Handsome dad

Spa days are not just for the ladies. If yours is the kind of dad who appreciates being pampered, book him a luxurious massage, hair cut, or professional shave.

11. Car show dad

Is your dad an absolute car nut? Contact your local car clubs to find a nearby show of amazing vintage hot-rods or the latest electric car. Bond over stories of what it was like for him to drive his first car—or recall laughs over what he went through to teach you how to drive.

12. History dad

Check with your local library or historical society and ask if tours are available of their stacks and archives. Many organizations will be happy to show you a behind-the-scenes look at your town's history. Quiz dad to see if he knows these fascinating facts about America.

13. Music dad

What's playing nearby? Check local listings for an outdoor music festival or concert your pop might appreciate. Remember snacks and cold water, plus a clean blanket. Here's what dad's favorite music says about his personality.

14. Art dad

Many local art museums have dad-friendly works to look at, but you can also go quirky and try a specialized collection or gallery that he might find more interesting. Or get creative: You could check out a cool art installation in a nearby city instead of doing a more traditional museum.

15. Cooking dad

You can treat dad to dinner anytime. Instead, sign up for a cooking class and experiment in the kitchen. Sur La Table and Whole Foods, as well as your own local grocery store, are good places to start your search.

16. Travel dad

Make it a day trip or a weekend getaway! From the coast of Maine to Florida's Key West, June is a great month to get away on a scenic road trip. Be sure to pack some of these household items for easier travel.

17. Volunteer dad

He's given you so much, now it's time for you both to give back. Turn spending time with Dad into a meaningful opportunity to help those in your community. Check out these creative ways to volunteer.

Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
San Francisco Baseball
S
an Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons
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Silent Film Festival
June 1, 2017
7pm
Castro Theatre
San Francisco

International Arts Festival
June 1-4, 2017
1pm
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco

SF DocFest
June 1-15, 2017
7pm
San Francisco

Beer & Music Festival
June 3, 2017
7pm-10pm
428 11th St
San Francisco

41st Annual Union Street Music Festival
June 3-4, 2017
10am-6pm
Union Street
San Francisco

Tango in the Square
June 4, 2017
2pm-4pm
Union Square Live
San Francisco

35th Annual Jazz Festival
June 6-18, 2017
Hayes Valley
San Francisco

11th Annual Golden Gate Park Band Festival
June 9, 2017
11am-5pm
Spreckles Temple of Music
Golden Gate Park

West Coast Craft
June 10-11, 2017
10am-6pm
Fort Mason Pavilion
San Francisco

Escape from Alcatraz Triathalon
June 11, 2017
7:30am
Marina Green
San Francisco

Haight Ashbury Street Fair
June 11, 2017
11am-5:30pm
Haight Ashbury
San Francisco

Sunday Streets
June 11, 2017
11am-4pm
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco

SF Design Week
June 14-22, 2017
San Francisco
Back to the Table
Blackhawk Museum
Richmond Museum of History
Golden State Model Railroad Museum
Bay Area Ski Bus
Tilden Regional Park
Las Trampas Regional Wilderness 
Mount Diablo
Waterworld
Diablo Rock Climbing 
Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve
Point Pinole Regional Shoreline
Contra Costa County Club 
Lindsay Wildlife Museum
Danville Bowl 
Redwood Valley Railway 
Playland-Not-At-The-Beach
East County Performing Arts Center
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 
Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street
Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero
Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza
Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building
Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street
Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.
The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets
Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue
UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
Friday, June 2, 2017
Wonder Woman
Captain Underpants
Churchill

Friday, June 9, 2017
The Mummy
The Hero

Friday, June 16, 2017
Cars 3
Rough Night
Resident Evil: Vendetta

Friday, June 23, 2017
Transformers: The Last Knight
The Beguiled

Friday, June 30, 2017
Despicable Me 3
The House

For every kind of dad, there's a perfect 2017 Father's Day activity to enjoy and remember forever. From golf to go karts, find fun Father's Day ideas here.

1. Fishing dad

Bond with dad at a local fishing hole or make a weekend out of it at some of America’s best fishing spots. When else do you get to stand side by side and catch up on life while you enjoy the outdoors? Try this neat fishing trick: Use WD-40 to spray your lures. It attracts fish and masks human odor that can scare them off.

2. Go-Kart dad

Forget another gift of golf shirts. Take Dad for a thrill ride. Give him a speedway, a Go-Kart, and a helmet, and watch Dad go crazy with excitement. Look for a nearby Go-Kart track and spend the day zipping around.

3. Paintball dad

Let Dad explore his inner warrior. Nothing says "I love you" like a little friendly battle of the generations.

4. Beer tasting dad

Make dad’s day by toasting him at a local beer or wine tasting event. There's even a no-brainer built-in gift: Bring home some of the day’s best bottles to remember the day for weeks to come. And no need to feel guilty over that beer belly. Did you know that beer is actually good for you?

5. Amusement park dad

Thrilling rides, funnel cake, tacky souvenirs—yes, it's Father’s Day at a theme park. Check out how to win at the trickiest carnival games; plus see more secrets amusement parks won't tell you.

6. Golf dad

They say golf is a good walk spoiled, but not when you spend 18 holes worth of quality time with dad. You can hire a PGA instructor for a series of golf lessons for you and your dad—a great excuse to hang out together, pick up tips from a pro, and improve your game.

7. Battle reenactment dad

Head to the 19th or 18th century to watch a Civil or Revolutionary War reenactment—and experience a slice of history up close. Meet some of the awesome Americans who perform in Civil War reenactments here.

8. Sports dad

Tickets to his favorite sporting event are pretty much always a winning idea. Many stadiums offer Father’s Day deals; check if they’re offering discounted tickets. Want to be the favorite child? Surprise dad with a splurge of season tickets. While you're at it, entertain dad with these funny sports jokes.

9. Camping dad

This year, start a camping tradition. Pitch a tent, start a campfire, swap memories about growing up—it's bonding at its best. Look for a campground near you, pick up the right gear, and go wild. But make sure to check out these tips for being bear-savvy while camping.

10. Handsome dad

Spa days are not just for the ladies. If yours is the kind of dad who appreciates being pampered, book him a luxurious massage, hair cut, or professional shave.

11. Car show dad

Is your dad an absolute car nut? Contact your local car clubs to find a nearby show of amazing vintage hot-rods or the latest electric car. Bond over stories of what it was like for him to drive his first car—or recall laughs over what he went through to teach you how to drive.

12. History dad

Check with your local library or historical society and ask if tours are available of their stacks and archives. Many organizations will be happy to show you a behind-the-scenes look at your town's history. Quiz dad to see if he knows these fascinating facts about America.

13. Music dad

What's playing nearby? Check local listings for an outdoor music festival or concert your pop might appreciate. Remember snacks and cold water, plus a clean blanket. Here's what dad's favorite music says about his personality.

14. Art dad

Many local art museums have dad-friendly works to look at, but you can also go quirky and try a specialized collection or gallery that he might find more interesting. Or get creative: You could check out a cool art installation in a nearby city instead of doing a more traditional museum.

15. Cooking dad

You can treat dad to dinner anytime. Instead, sign up for a cooking class and experiment in the kitchen. Sur La Table and Whole Foods, as well as your own local grocery store, are good places to start your search.

16. Travel dad

Make it a day trip or a weekend getaway! From the coast of Maine to Florida's Key West, June is a great month to get away on a scenic road trip. Be sure to pack some of these household items for easier travel.

17. Volunteer dad

He's given you so much, now it's time for you both to give back. Turn spending time with Dad into a meaningful opportunity to help those in your community. Check out these creative ways to volunteer.

Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
San Francisco Baseball
Oakland Football 
San Francisco Football
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June 2017 Chicago Title Times - San Francisco County
Silent Film Festival
June 1, 2017
7pm
Castro Theatre
San Francisco

International Arts Festival
June 1-4, 2017
1pm
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco

SF DocFest
June 1-15, 2017
7pm
San Francisco

Beer & Music Festival
June 3, 2017
7pm-10pm
428 11th St
San Francisco

41st Annual Union Street Music Festival
June 3-4, 2017
10am-6pm
Union Street
San Francisco

Tango in the Square
June 4, 2017
2pm-4pm
Union Square Live
San Francisco

35th Annual Jazz Festival
June 6-18, 2017
Hayes Valley
San Francisco

11th Annual Golden Gate Park Band Festival
June 9, 2017
11am-5pm
Spreckles Temple of Music
Golden Gate Park

West Coast Craft
June 10-11, 2017
10am-6pm
Fort Mason Pavilion
San Francisco

Escape from Alcatraz Triathalon
June 11, 2017
7:30am
Marina Green
San Francisco

Haight Ashbury Street Fair
June 11, 2017
11am-5:30pm
Haight Ashbury
San Francisco

Sunday Streets
June 11, 2017
11am-4pm
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco

SF Design Week
June 14-22, 2017
San Francisco
Back to the Table
Blackhawk Museum
Richmond Museum of History
Golden State Model Railroad Museum
Bay Area Ski Bus
Tilden Regional Park
Las Trampas Regional Wilderness 
Mount Diablo
Waterworld
Diablo Rock Climbing 
Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve
Point Pinole Regional Shoreline
Contra Costa County Club 
Lindsay Wildlife Museum
Danville Bowl 
Redwood Valley Railway 
Playland-Not-At-The-Beach
East County Performing Arts Center
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 
Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street
Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero
Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza
Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building
Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street
Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.
The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets
Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue
UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
Friday, June 2, 2017
Wonder Woman
Captain Underpants
Churchill

Friday, June 9, 2017
The Mummy
The Hero

Friday, June 16, 2017
Cars 3
Rough Night
Resident Evil: Vendetta

Friday, June 23, 2017
Transformers: The Last Knight
The Beguiled

Friday, June 30, 2017
Despicable Me 3
The House

For every kind of dad, there's a perfect 2017 Father's Day activity to enjoy and remember forever. From golf to go karts, find fun Father's Day ideas here.

1. Fishing dad

Bond with dad at a local fishing hole or make a weekend out of it at some of America’s best fishing spots. When else do you get to stand side by side and catch up on life while you enjoy the outdoors? Try this neat fishing trick: Use WD-40 to spray your lures. It attracts fish and masks human odor that can scare them off.

2. Go-Kart dad

Forget another gift of golf shirts. Take Dad for a thrill ride. Give him a speedway, a Go-Kart, and a helmet, and watch Dad go crazy with excitement. Look for a nearby Go-Kart track and spend the day zipping around.

3. Paintball dad

Let Dad explore his inner warrior. Nothing says "I love you" like a little friendly battle of the generations.

4. Beer tasting dad

Make dad’s day by toasting him at a local beer or wine tasting event. There's even a no-brainer built-in gift: Bring home some of the day’s best bottles to remember the day for weeks to come. And no need to feel guilty over that beer belly. Did you know that beer is actually good for you?

5. Amusement park dad

Thrilling rides, funnel cake, tacky souvenirs—yes, it's Father’s Day at a theme park. Check out how to win at the trickiest carnival games; plus see more secrets amusement parks won't tell you.

6. Golf dad

They say golf is a good walk spoiled, but not when you spend 18 holes worth of quality time with dad. You can hire a PGA instructor for a series of golf lessons for you and your dad—a great excuse to hang out together, pick up tips from a pro, and improve your game.

7. Battle reenactment dad

Head to the 19th or 18th century to watch a Civil or Revolutionary War reenactment—and experience a slice of history up close. Meet some of the awesome Americans who perform in Civil War reenactments here.

8. Sports dad

Tickets to his favorite sporting event are pretty much always a winning idea. Many stadiums offer Father’s Day deals; check if they’re offering discounted tickets. Want to be the favorite child? Surprise dad with a splurge of season tickets. While you're at it, entertain dad with these funny sports jokes.

9. Camping dad

This year, start a camping tradition. Pitch a tent, start a campfire, swap memories about growing up—it's bonding at its best. Look for a campground near you, pick up the right gear, and go wild. But make sure to check out these tips for being bear-savvy while camping.

10. Handsome dad

Spa days are not just for the ladies. If yours is the kind of dad who appreciates being pampered, book him a luxurious massage, hair cut, or professional shave.

11. Car show dad

Is your dad an absolute car nut? Contact your local car clubs to find a nearby show of amazing vintage hot-rods or the latest electric car. Bond over stories of what it was like for him to drive his first car—or recall laughs over what he went through to teach you how to drive.

12. History dad

Check with your local library or historical society and ask if tours are available of their stacks and archives. Many organizations will be happy to show you a behind-the-scenes look at your town's history. Quiz dad to see if he knows these fascinating facts about America.

13. Music dad

What's playing nearby? Check local listings for an outdoor music festival or concert your pop might appreciate. Remember snacks and cold water, plus a clean blanket. Here's what dad's favorite music says about his personality.

14. Art dad

Many local art museums have dad-friendly works to look at, but you can also go quirky and try a specialized collection or gallery that he might find more interesting. Or get creative: You could check out a cool art installation in a nearby city instead of doing a more traditional museum.

15. Cooking dad

You can treat dad to dinner anytime. Instead, sign up for a cooking class and experiment in the kitchen. Sur La Table and Whole Foods, as well as your own local grocery store, are good places to start your search.

16. Travel dad

Make it a day trip or a weekend getaway! From the coast of Maine to Florida's Key West, June is a great month to get away on a scenic road trip. Be sure to pack some of these household items for easier travel.

17. Volunteer dad

He's given you so much, now it's time for you both to give back. Turn spending time with Dad into a meaningful opportunity to help those in your community. Check out these creative ways to volunteer.

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Cinderella
May 2, 2017
7:30pm 
War Memorial Opera House 

Union Square Live
Stats May 7, 2017
FREE
Union Square 

SF Cinco de Mayo 
May 6, 2017
FREE
Mission District 

How Weird Street Faire 
May 7, 2017
2nd Street & Howard 

Golden Gate Park Band
May 7, 2017
FREE Golden Gate Park 

SFMade Week
May 8-14, 2017
Various Locations 

Himalayan Film Festival
May 12-13, 2017
Ninth Street Independent Film Center

Taiwanese American
Cultural Festival

May 13, 2017
FREE
Union Square 

Mother’s Day 5K
May 14, 2017
Crissy Field 

Spring Wine Pour
May 19, 2017
4:00-8:00pm 
Pier 39

Bay to Breakers
May 21, 2017
Embarcadero 

San Francisco International
Arts Festival

Starts May 25, 2017
Fort Mason Center 

Memorial Day Ceremony
May 29, 2017

San Francisco Zoo
Cozymeal 
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, May 5, 2017
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Max 2: White House Hero

Friday, May 12, 2017
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Snatched
Paris Can Wait
The Wall

Friday, May 19, 2017
Alien: Covenant 
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
Everything, Everything 

Friday, May 26, 2017
Baywatch
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 

Of all the ways there are to get from point A to B, cycling is arguably the most fun. What's not to like? The fresh air, the exercise, the exhilarating rush down a big hill. Now that the days are getting longer and the temperature more congenial, why not dust off your bicycle and consider the two-wheel way to get around?

Not only will biking help get you in shape for spring and summer, but it'll also bring you closer to your community and protect the environment too. You can travel thousands of miles by bicycle without creating air pollution. Here are some tips to get you cycling:

  • Take a class. 
    Sure, you know how to ride a bike, but do you know how to ride safely among other cyclists or on a road with cars? A bicycle safety class can give you the confidence to ride in all sorts of conditions.
  • Bike to work. 
    If not every day, try one or two days a week. A good way to start is by signing up for Bike to Work Week in early May. 
  • Take a load off.
    Add a carrier rack or baskets to your bike to make it easier to transport your briefcase or groceries.
  • Hit the trails.
    Rails-to-Trails Conservancy offers TrailLink, a robust source of FREE trail information including trail descriptions, maps, pictures and more. 
  • Go far.
    Feeling ambitious? Join the 300-mile Climate Ride to raise money for organizations supporting bicycle advocacy and climate change solutions. 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
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San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
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May 2017 Chicago Title Times - San Francisco County

Cinderella
May 2, 2017
7:30pm 
War Memorial Opera House 

Union Square Live
Stats May 7, 2017
FREE
Union Square 

SF Cinco de Mayo 
May 6, 2017
FREE
Mission District 

How Weird Street Faire 
May 7, 2017
2nd Street & Howard 

Golden Gate Park Band
May 7, 2017
FREE Golden Gate Park 

SFMade Week
May 8-14, 2017
Various Locations 

Himalayan Film Festival
May 12-13, 2017
Ninth Street Independent Film Center

Taiwanese American
Cultural Festival

May 13, 2017
FREE
Union Square 

Mother’s Day 5K
May 14, 2017
Crissy Field 

Spring Wine Pour
May 19, 2017
4:00-8:00pm 
Pier 39

Bay to Breakers
May 21, 2017
Embarcadero 

San Francisco International
Arts Festival

Starts May 25, 2017
Fort Mason Center 

Memorial Day Ceremony
May 29, 2017

San Francisco Zoo
Cozymeal 
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, May 5, 2017
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Max 2: White House Hero

Friday, May 12, 2017
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Snatched
Paris Can Wait
The Wall

Friday, May 19, 2017
Alien: Covenant 
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
Everything, Everything 

Friday, May 26, 2017
Baywatch
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 

Of all the ways there are to get from point A to B, cycling is arguably the most fun. What's not to like? The fresh air, the exercise, the exhilarating rush down a big hill. Now that the days are getting longer and the temperature more congenial, why not dust off your bicycle and consider the two-wheel way to get around?

Not only will biking help get you in shape for spring and summer, but it'll also bring you closer to your community and protect the environment too. You can travel thousands of miles by bicycle without creating air pollution. Here are some tips to get you cycling:

  • Take a class. 
    Sure, you know how to ride a bike, but do you know how to ride safely among other cyclists or on a road with cars? A bicycle safety class can give you the confidence to ride in all sorts of conditions.
  • Bike to work. 
    If not every day, try one or two days a week. A good way to start is by signing up for Bike to Work Week in early May. 
  • Take a load off.
    Add a carrier rack or baskets to your bike to make it easier to transport your briefcase or groceries.
  • Hit the trails.
    Rails-to-Trails Conservancy offers TrailLink, a robust source of FREE trail information including trail descriptions, maps, pictures and more. 
  • Go far.
    Feeling ambitious? Join the 300-mile Climate Ride to raise money for organizations supporting bicycle advocacy and climate change solutions. 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons
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Renegade Craft Fair
April 1-2, 2017
FREE
Fort Mason 

Macy’s Flower Show 
April 1-9, 2017
FREE
Unions Square 

San Francisco International
Film Festival

April 5-19, 2017
Various Locations 

San Francisco International
Beer Festival

April 8, 2017
7:00-10:00pm 
Fort Mason Center 

Northern California
Cherry Blossom Festival

April 8-9 & 15-16, 2017
FREE
Japantown 

Polk Street Spring Wine Walk
April 13, 2017
4:00-8:00pm
Polk Street

Eggstravaganza
April 15, 2017
Golden Gate Park 

Big Bunny’s Spring Fling
April 15-16, 2017
San Francisco Zoo 

Easter Parade &
Spring Celebration

April 16, 2017
2:00pm 
Union Street

Earth Day SF Street Fest
April 22, 2017
FREE
22nd Street

Opening Day on the Bay 
April 23, 2017
FREE
Crissy Field to Pier 39

SF Maritime Beerfest 
April 27, 2017
6:00-10:00pm 
Fisherman's Wharf 

San Francisco Decorator Showcase
April 29-Mary 29, 2017
2698 Pacific Avenue 

Glen Park Festival
April 30, 2017
FREE
Glen Park 
Cozymeal 
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons

If spring is in the air, don't let a musty house spoil it. Here are seven tips for giving the season the welcome it deserves.

  • The best refrigerator cleaner is a combination of salt and soda water. The bubbling action of the soda water combines with the abrasive texture of the salt to make a great cleaner.
  • The best way to get rid of lime buildup around the faucet it is to lay paper towels over the fixture, soak it with vinegar and let it set for an hour. The deposits will soften and become easier to remove.
  • Clean screens with a scrap of carpeting. It makes a powerful brush that removes all the dirt.
  • Clean windows with a rag and soapy water, and then dry them with another rag. You can also go to an auto-parts store and buy a windshield squeegee, which cleans very well.
  • If drapes are looking drab, take them out of the window, remove the hooks and run them through the air-fluff cycle in the dryer along with a wet towel (to draw off the dust) for 15 minutes. Hang them back in the windows immediately.
  • Clean the blades of a ceiling fan by covering them with a coat of furniture polish. Wipe off the excess and lightly buff.
  • Sometimes comforters, blankets and pillows don't need to be cleaned, but they do need to be aired out after a long winter in your closed-up home. Take them outside and hang them on a clothesline for a day.
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
Friday, April 7, 2017
Aftermath
Going In Style
Smurfs: The Lost Village 
The Assignment 

Friday, April 14, 2017
A Quiet Passion 
Spark: A Space Tail 
The Fate of the Furious 

Friday, April 21, 2017
Free Fire
Leap!
The Lost City of Z

Friday, April 28, 2017
Inversion 
Sleight
The Circle 
The Voice From The Stone 
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April 2017 Chicago Title Times - San Francisco County
Renegade Craft Fair
April 1-2, 2017
FREE
Fort Mason 

Macy’s Flower Show 
April 1-9, 2017
FREE
Unions Square 

San Francisco International
Film Festival

April 5-19, 2017
Various Locations 

San Francisco International
Beer Festival

April 8, 2017
7:00-10:00pm 
Fort Mason Center 

Northern California
Cherry Blossom Festival

April 8-9 & 15-16, 2017
FREE
Japantown 

Polk Street Spring Wine Walk
April 13, 2017
4:00-8:00pm
Polk Street

Eggstravaganza
April 15, 2017
Golden Gate Park 

Big Bunny’s Spring Fling
April 15-16, 2017
San Francisco Zoo 

Easter Parade &
Spring Celebration

April 16, 2017
2:00pm 
Union Street

Earth Day SF Street Fest
April 22, 2017
FREE
22nd Street

Opening Day on the Bay 
April 23, 2017
FREE
Crissy Field to Pier 39

SF Maritime Beerfest 
April 27, 2017
6:00-10:00pm 
Fisherman's Wharf 

San Francisco Decorator Showcase
April 29-Mary 29, 2017
2698 Pacific Avenue 

Glen Park Festival
April 30, 2017
FREE
Glen Park 
Cozymeal 
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons

If spring is in the air, don't let a musty house spoil it. Here are seven tips for giving the season the welcome it deserves.

  • The best refrigerator cleaner is a combination of salt and soda water. The bubbling action of the soda water combines with the abrasive texture of the salt to make a great cleaner.
  • The best way to get rid of lime buildup around the faucet it is to lay paper towels over the fixture, soak it with vinegar and let it set for an hour. The deposits will soften and become easier to remove.
  • Clean screens with a scrap of carpeting. It makes a powerful brush that removes all the dirt.
  • Clean windows with a rag and soapy water, and then dry them with another rag. You can also go to an auto-parts store and buy a windshield squeegee, which cleans very well.
  • If drapes are looking drab, take them out of the window, remove the hooks and run them through the air-fluff cycle in the dryer along with a wet towel (to draw off the dust) for 15 minutes. Hang them back in the windows immediately.
  • Clean the blades of a ceiling fan by covering them with a coat of furniture polish. Wipe off the excess and lightly buff.
  • Sometimes comforters, blankets and pillows don't need to be cleaned, but they do need to be aired out after a long winter in your closed-up home. Take them outside and hang them on a clothesline for a day.
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
Friday, April 7, 2017
Aftermath
Going In Style
Smurfs: The Lost Village 
The Assignment 

Friday, April 14, 2017
A Quiet Passion 
Spark: A Space Tail 
The Fate of the Furious 

Friday, April 21, 2017
Free Fire
Leap!
The Lost City of Z

Friday, April 28, 2017
Inversion 
Sleight
The Circle 
The Voice From The Stone 
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St. Patrick’s Day Parade
March 11, 2017
11:30am
Starts at 2nd and Market 

St. Patrick’s Day Festival 
March 11, 2017
FREE
Civic Center 

The Super Run
March 11, 2017
Crissy Field 

St. Patrick’s Day Block Party
March 17, 2017
5:00pm 
FREE
Taverna Aventine 

Corn Dog Day
March 18, 2017
SoMa StrEat Food Park 

San Francisco International
Chocolate Salon

March 18, 2017
Hotel Kabuki 

Bay Area Brew Fest
March 18, 2017
Pier 35

San Francisco Challenge
March 18, 2017
Downtown San Francisco 

Uncorked: SF Spring Wine Fest
March 25, 2017
City View, Metreon 

Rock ‘n’ Roll Half
Marathon San Francisco

March 26, 2017
Ocean Beach

Whiskey Expo 
March 31, 2017
6:00-9:30pm 
Pier 3
Cozymeal 
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, March 3, 2017
Before I Fall
Leap!
Logan
The Shack 

Friday, March 10, 2017
Kong: Skull Island
Personal Shopper 
The Sense of an Ending 

Friday, March 17, 2017
Beauty and the Beast
Free Fire
T2: Trainspotting 2

Friday, March 24, 2017
Bokeh
CHIPS
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Life
Power Rangers 

Friday, March 31, 2017
Ghost in the Shell
The Boss Baby 
The Zookeeper's Wife 
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons

There are lots of eco-savvy ways to get in your daily dose of physical fitness. Here are some of our favorite tips:

  • Take it outside whenever you can. Instead of increasing your energy consumption via home and gym exercise machines, take advantage of hiking and biking trails in your area. One big advantage to the great outdoors - it’s 100% free and always interesting! 
  • Inspire a green makeover at your health club or gym. If the great outdoors just aren’t for you, consider encouraging your gym to make some eco-friendly upgrades. Make sure your club offers recycling bins and energy efficient machines, and remind the staff to ask patrons to limit their towel usage. 
  • Car pool to your local gym with a friend or neighbor. Not only does carpooling cut down on your fuel costs and usage, but having a gym buddy is an instant incentive to keep up with your fitness goals and resolutions. For extra support, consider joining a soccer, volleyball, or kickball league in your neighborhood. No one to car pool with? Your bike is another great way to get where you’re going and workout at the same time.
  • Looking for some new workout clothing or gear? Organic cotton and bamboo threads are a great place to start for sweat-friendly green fabrics. For eco-conscious equipment choices, check the web or a local sporting goods shop for great deals on secondhand bikes and weights. For new clothing or gear, you may be interested in checking out companies like Gaiam and Natural Fitness Inc. Both of these companies are practicing some pretty innovative manufacturing techniques and are utilizing recycled rubber and materials to produce their workout goods.
  • Just say no to one-time use plastic water bottles. It’s time to commit to using refillable water bottles for workouts and everyday hydration. Using a refillable bottle means less waste in landfills and more money in your wallet. There are even self-filtering models. 
  • Get creative with your workout routine. It’s not always easy to find time to head to the gym or commit to an after-work jogging schedule. Try to throw in an extra walk or bike ride during your lunch break for a calorie-burning boost. Another great way to supplement your gym routine: Try knocking out some house or yard work by attacking the job with gusto! Shoveling snow, raking leaves, vacuuming and dusting can be great activities for burning off a greasy business lunch or the sins of the holiday season.
  • Recycle your cross-trainers. After putting in all of that extra mileage, your new shoes are bound to lose their bounce. Instead of tossing them, give your shoes new life with Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe program. Just drop them off at any Nike store. Worn out shoes are used to build new tracks, basketball and tennis courts!
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
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St. Patrick’s Day Parade
March 11, 2017
11:30am
Starts at 2nd and Market 

St. Patrick’s Day Festival 
March 11, 2017
FREE
Civic Center 

The Super Run
March 11, 2017
Crissy Field 

St. Patrick’s Day Block Party
March 17, 2017
5:00pm 
FREE
Taverna Aventine 

Corn Dog Day
March 18, 2017
SoMa StrEat Food Park 

San Francisco International
Chocolate Salon

March 18, 2017
Hotel Kabuki 

Bay Area Brew Fest
March 18, 2017
Pier 35

San Francisco Challenge
March 18, 2017
Downtown San Francisco 

Uncorked: SF Spring Wine Fest
March 25, 2017
City View, Metreon 

Rock ‘n’ Roll Half
Marathon San Francisco

March 26, 2017
Ocean Beach

Whiskey Expo 
March 31, 2017
6:00-9:30pm 
Pier 3
Cozymeal 
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, March 3, 2017
Before I Fall
Leap!
Logan
The Shack 

Friday, March 10, 2017
Kong: Skull Island
Personal Shopper 
The Sense of an Ending 

Friday, March 17, 2017
Beauty and the Beast
Free Fire
T2: Trainspotting 2

Friday, March 24, 2017
Bokeh
CHIPS
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Life
Power Rangers 

Friday, March 31, 2017
Ghost in the Shell
The Boss Baby 
The Zookeeper's Wife 
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons

There are lots of eco-savvy ways to get in your daily dose of physical fitness. Here are some of our favorite tips:

  • Take it outside whenever you can. Instead of increasing your energy consumption via home and gym exercise machines, take advantage of hiking and biking trails in your area. One big advantage to the great outdoors - it’s 100% free and always interesting! 
  • Inspire a green makeover at your health club or gym. If the great outdoors just aren’t for you, consider encouraging your gym to make some eco-friendly upgrades. Make sure your club offers recycling bins and energy efficient machines, and remind the staff to ask patrons to limit their towel usage. 
  • Car pool to your local gym with a friend or neighbor. Not only does carpooling cut down on your fuel costs and usage, but having a gym buddy is an instant incentive to keep up with your fitness goals and resolutions. For extra support, consider joining a soccer, volleyball, or kickball league in your neighborhood. No one to car pool with? Your bike is another great way to get where you’re going and workout at the same time.
  • Looking for some new workout clothing or gear? Organic cotton and bamboo threads are a great place to start for sweat-friendly green fabrics. For eco-conscious equipment choices, check the web or a local sporting goods shop for great deals on secondhand bikes and weights. For new clothing or gear, you may be interested in checking out companies like Gaiam and Natural Fitness Inc. Both of these companies are practicing some pretty innovative manufacturing techniques and are utilizing recycled rubber and materials to produce their workout goods.
  • Just say no to one-time use plastic water bottles. It’s time to commit to using refillable water bottles for workouts and everyday hydration. Using a refillable bottle means less waste in landfills and more money in your wallet. There are even self-filtering models. 
  • Get creative with your workout routine. It’s not always easy to find time to head to the gym or commit to an after-work jogging schedule. Try to throw in an extra walk or bike ride during your lunch break for a calorie-burning boost. Another great way to supplement your gym routine: Try knocking out some house or yard work by attacking the job with gusto! Shoveling snow, raking leaves, vacuuming and dusting can be great activities for burning off a greasy business lunch or the sins of the holiday season.
  • Recycle your cross-trainers. After putting in all of that extra mileage, your new shoes are bound to lose their bounce. Instead of tossing them, give your shoes new life with Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe program. Just drop them off at any Nike store. Worn out shoes are used to build new tracks, basketball and tennis courts!
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
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1. GO ON A SCAVENGER HUNT: It is so fun to go on an adventure! Plan ahead and send them around town looking for clues and doing fun activities.

2. VISIT A MEANINGFUL PLACE: Go back to a special place that is meaningful to the two of you. Where your first date was, where your first kiss was, where you met, etc. He/She will love that you remember and it will be so romantic thinking about how far you have come since then!

3. ALWAYS SAFE WITH ROSES: Flowers are always a great gift – but be creative with them! Sprinkle a trail of flower petals from the front door, leading into the kitchen where you prepared dinner, the bathroom where you prepared a bubble bath, or the bedroom.

4. PHOTOS OF LOVE: Print off your favorite pictures of you two together and tape them on the wall above their bed in the shape of a heart! It will be a fun surprise for them to walk in and see!

5. LAUGH AT HIM/HER: Laugh at their jokes and tell them they are funny! Often times life gets so serious – lighten the mood and make them feel like you think they are cool.

6. COMPLIMENT, COMPLIMENT, COMPLIMENT: EVERYONE loves a true, meaningful compliment. Tell him he smells good, tell her she looks beautiful – help boost that self-esteem!

7. BE SWEET: If your love has a sweet tooth, they will LOVE this one! Use candy to write a message for them!

8. KEEP YOUR PROMISE: You can always say, “I LOVE YOU” but often times actions speak louder than words. Remember the promises you made when you became a couple – and cherish them. Be devoted, say I’m sorry, forgive quickly and keep falling in love.

9. WATCH A SUNSET OR SUNRISE TOGETHER: This is SUPER romantic – wake up early and watch the sunrise or go to a mountain or the beach to watch the sunset. This is the perfect setting to tell them your feelings!

10. JUST SAY IT! EVERY DAY: Sometimes we might overthink LOVE.Saying I love you can never be said enough! Let them know it wherever and whenever! There is no wrong place to express your love!

Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, February 3, 2017
Collide 
Rings
The Space Between Us

Friday, February 10, 2017
50 Shades Darker 
John Wick: Chapter 2
The Lego Batman Movie 

Friday, February 17, 2017
Fist Fight 
The Great Wall

Friday, February 24, 2017
Bitter Harvest 
Get Out 
Berlin and Beyond
February 3-8, 2017
Various Theaters

Lunar New Year Concert
and Imperial Dinner

February 4, 2017
3:00pm 
Various Locations 

San Francisco Half
Marathon & 5K

February 5, 2017
Golden Gate Park 

Polk Street Valentine Wine Walk
February 9, 2017
4:00-8:00pm 
Polk Street

SF Beer Week
February 10-19, 2017
Various Locations 

Chinese New Year Parade
February 11, 2017
5:15-8:00pm 
FREE
Begins a 2nd & Market

Valentine’s Ball
February 11, 2017
8:00-11:30pm 
Fairmont San Francisco 

Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt
February 11, 2017
4:00-8:00pm 
Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center

Tulipmania 
February 11-19, 2017
FREE
Pier 39

Paella Fest
February 16, 2017
6:00-9:00pm 
ThirstyBear Brewing Co. 

Noise Pop Festival
February 17-27, 2017
Various Locations 

Zinfandel Experience
February 23-25, 2017
Bently Reserve & Pier 27

Pacific Orchid and Garden Exposition 
February 24-26, 2017
SF County Fair Building 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons
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1. GO ON A SCAVENGER HUNT: It is so fun to go on an adventure! Plan ahead and send them around town looking for clues and doing fun activities.

2. VISIT A MEANINGFUL PLACE: Go back to a special place that is meaningful to the two of you. Where your first date was, where your first kiss was, where you met, etc. He/She will love that you remember and it will be so romantic thinking about how far you have come since then!

3. ALWAYS SAFE WITH ROSES: Flowers are always a great gift – but be creative with them! Sprinkle a trail of flower petals from the front door, leading into the kitchen where you prepared dinner, the bathroom where you prepared a bubble bath, or the bedroom.

4. PHOTOS OF LOVE: Print off your favorite pictures of you two together and tape them on the wall above their bed in the shape of a heart! It will be a fun surprise for them to walk in and see!

5. LAUGH AT HIM/HER: Laugh at their jokes and tell them they are funny! Often times life gets so serious – lighten the mood and make them feel like you think they are cool.

6. COMPLIMENT, COMPLIMENT, COMPLIMENT: EVERYONE loves a true, meaningful compliment. Tell him he smells good, tell her she looks beautiful – help boost that self-esteem!

7. BE SWEET: If your love has a sweet tooth, they will LOVE this one! Use candy to write a message for them!

8. KEEP YOUR PROMISE: You can always say, “I LOVE YOU” but often times actions speak louder than words. Remember the promises you made when you became a couple – and cherish them. Be devoted, say I’m sorry, forgive quickly and keep falling in love.

9. WATCH A SUNSET OR SUNRISE TOGETHER: This is SUPER romantic – wake up early and watch the sunrise or go to a mountain or the beach to watch the sunset. This is the perfect setting to tell them your feelings!

10. JUST SAY IT! EVERY DAY: Sometimes we might overthink LOVE.Saying I love you can never be said enough! Let them know it wherever and whenever! There is no wrong place to express your love!

Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, February 3, 2017
Collide 
Rings
The Space Between Us

Friday, February 10, 2017
50 Shades Darker 
John Wick: Chapter 2
The Lego Batman Movie 

Friday, February 17, 2017
Fist Fight 
The Great Wall

Friday, February 24, 2017
Bitter Harvest 
Get Out 
Berlin and Beyond
February 3-8, 2017
Various Theaters

Lunar New Year Concert
and Imperial Dinner

February 4, 2017
3:00pm 
Various Locations 

San Francisco Half
Marathon & 5K

February 5, 2017
Golden Gate Park 

Polk Street Valentine Wine Walk
February 9, 2017
4:00-8:00pm 
Polk Street

SF Beer Week
February 10-19, 2017
Various Locations 

Chinese New Year Parade
February 11, 2017
5:15-8:00pm 
FREE
Begins a 2nd & Market

Valentine’s Ball
February 11, 2017
8:00-11:30pm 
Fairmont San Francisco 

Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt
February 11, 2017
4:00-8:00pm 
Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center

Tulipmania 
February 11-19, 2017
FREE
Pier 39

Paella Fest
February 16, 2017
6:00-9:00pm 
ThirstyBear Brewing Co. 

Noise Pop Festival
February 17-27, 2017
Various Locations 

Zinfandel Experience
February 23-25, 2017
Bently Reserve & Pier 27

Pacific Orchid and Garden Exposition 
February 24-26, 2017
SF County Fair Building 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons
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<![CDATA[January 2017 Chicago Title Times - San Francisco County ]]> http://us5.campaign-archive.com/?u=89f9b69190165047043bc2877&id=1f83690f9c http://us5.campaign-archive.com/?u=89f9b69190165047043bc2877&id=1f83690f9c January 2017 Chicago Title Times - San Francisco County
Illuminate SF Light Art Festival 
January 1, 2017
FREE
Various Locations 

Hot Chocolate 15K/5K
January 8, 2017
Golden Gate Park 

FOG Design+Art 
January 12-15, 2017
Festival Pavilion 
Fort Mason 

SF Sketchfest 
January 12-29, 2017
Various Comedy Clubs 

Bringing the Noise for
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 16, 2017
Nourse Theatre

Martin Luther King Jr.
Day Breakfast

January 16, 2017
Holiday Inn Golden Gateway 

SF Restaurant Week
January 18-29, 2017
100 Restaurants 

Sea Lions’ Arrival at Pier 39
January 20-22, 2017
Free Tours 
Pier 39

San Francisco Midnight
Mystery Ride

January 21, 2017
FREE
Meets at Various Locations 

Flower Market Fair
January 21-22, 2017
Chinatown 

Cheesemonger Invitational
January 22, 2017
Public Works

Slow Wine World Tour
January 24, 2017
Terra Gallery & Event Venue 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons

Maintain Your Vehicle to
Save Money and Energy

Keeping your car maintained properly does more than prolong its life: it’ll save you money at the pump too. And you’ll reduce smog and the emissions that contribute to global warming. Follow these tips to keep get the maximum fuel efficiency from your car.

  • Change your air filter. Cleaning your air filter regularly can improve your gas mileage significantly.
  • Avoid speeding. Speeding, rapid acceleration, and hard braking are not only unsafe; they lower your gas mileage. Every 5 mph you drive over 50 mph is like paying an additional $0.24 per gallon for gas.
  • Use cruise control. Using your cruise control will keep you driving at a more consistent speed and can generally improve fuel efficiency.
  • Don’t idle. Idling wastes fuel. It’s more efficient to turn the car off and restart when you are ready to go. Hitting the drive-through? Consider parking and picking up food inside.
  • Lighten up. Driving around with heavy objects in your trunk? Leave them at home and save some fuel.
  • Inflate tires properly. Car tires that are under-inflated will lead to poor gas mileage. You can often find the correct pressure for your car printed on the edge of the driver’s side door.
  • Mileage still too low?  A tune-up could make a considerable improvement in your miles per gallon. 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, January 6, 2017
Amityville: The Awakening 
Underworld: Blood Wars

Friday, January 13, 2017
Live By Night 
Monster Trucks 
Sleepless
The Dark Tower

Friday, January 20, 2017
Split
The Founder

Friday, January 27, 2017
A Dog's Purpose 
Renegades
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
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January 2017 Chicago Title Times - San Francisco County
Illuminate SF Light Art Festival 
January 1, 2017
FREE
Various Locations 

Hot Chocolate 15K/5K
January 8, 2017
Golden Gate Park 

FOG Design+Art 
January 12-15, 2017
Festival Pavilion 
Fort Mason 

SF Sketchfest 
January 12-29, 2017
Various Comedy Clubs 

Bringing the Noise for
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 16, 2017
Nourse Theatre

Martin Luther King Jr.
Day Breakfast

January 16, 2017
Holiday Inn Golden Gateway 

SF Restaurant Week
January 18-29, 2017
100 Restaurants 

Sea Lions’ Arrival at Pier 39
January 20-22, 2017
Free Tours 
Pier 39

San Francisco Midnight
Mystery Ride

January 21, 2017
FREE
Meets at Various Locations 

Flower Market Fair
January 21-22, 2017
Chinatown 

Cheesemonger Invitational
January 22, 2017
Public Works

Slow Wine World Tour
January 24, 2017
Terra Gallery & Event Venue 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons

Maintain Your Vehicle to
Save Money and Energy

Keeping your car maintained properly does more than prolong its life: it’ll save you money at the pump too. And you’ll reduce smog and the emissions that contribute to global warming. Follow these tips to keep get the maximum fuel efficiency from your car.

  • Change your air filter. Cleaning your air filter regularly can improve your gas mileage significantly.
  • Avoid speeding. Speeding, rapid acceleration, and hard braking are not only unsafe; they lower your gas mileage. Every 5 mph you drive over 50 mph is like paying an additional $0.24 per gallon for gas.
  • Use cruise control. Using your cruise control will keep you driving at a more consistent speed and can generally improve fuel efficiency.
  • Don’t idle. Idling wastes fuel. It’s more efficient to turn the car off and restart when you are ready to go. Hitting the drive-through? Consider parking and picking up food inside.
  • Lighten up. Driving around with heavy objects in your trunk? Leave them at home and save some fuel.
  • Inflate tires properly. Car tires that are under-inflated will lead to poor gas mileage. You can often find the correct pressure for your car printed on the edge of the driver’s side door.
  • Mileage still too low?  A tune-up could make a considerable improvement in your miles per gallon. 
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 
Friday, January 6, 2017
Amityville: The Awakening 
Underworld: Blood Wars

Friday, January 13, 2017
Live By Night 
Monster Trucks 
Sleepless
The Dark Tower

Friday, January 20, 2017
Split
The Founder

Friday, January 27, 2017
A Dog's Purpose 
Renegades
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
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Noe Valley Holiday Wine Walk
December 1, 2016
4:00-8:00pm 
Noe Valley - 24th Street 

A Christmas Carol
December 2-24, 2016
ACT's Geary Theater

The Christmas Ballet
December 15-24, 2016
Yerba Buena Center
for the Arts

SWEA San Francisco Christmas Fair
December 3, 2016
St. Mary's Cathedral 

Union Street Fantasy of Lights
December 3, 2016
Union Street between
Van Ness & Steiner

Great Dickens Christmas Fair
December 3-18, 2016
Cow Palace, Daly City 

Beauty and the Beast
December 3-23, 2016
Berkeley Playhouse 

Run Wild San(ta) Francisco
December 4, 2016
Crissy Field 

World Tree of Hope
Lighting Ceremony

December 7, 2016
5:30-8:30pm 
FREE
City Hall 

SantaCon
December 10, 2016
FREE
Union Square 

Holiday Brass
December 11, 2016
3:00pm 
Davies Symphony Hall 

San Francisco Great Santa Run
December 11, 2016
8:30am 
Crissy Field

Nutcracker
December 14-29, 2016
War Memorial Opera House 

ZooLights
December 16-30, 2016
San Francisco Zoo 

All-You-Can-Eat Crab Feast 
December 18, 2018
SoMa StrEat Food Park 

Christmas Rocks
December 24, 2016
8:00pm 
The Warfield 

Bill Graham Menorah
December 24-31, 2016
Union Square 

San Francisco Symphony
December 31, 2016
Davies Symphony Hall 

Mother of all New Year’s (MOANY)
December 31, 2016
9:00pm 
Regency Ballroom 

San Francisco New Year’s Eve Fireworks
December 31, 2016
FREE
Embarcadero 

New Year’s One Day
December 31, 2016
Crissy Field 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

COLLEGE
SF State Gators 
USF Dons
Clancy's Christmas Trees
Christmas Tree Jamboree
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
Alcatraz
Chinatown
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Exploratorium 
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
SF MOMA  
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Hornblower
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 

The holidays should be a time to celebrate meaningful moments with friends and family. But sometimes they become so commercialized that their value gets lost amid the stress of shopping, wrapping, and cleaning up. This year, why not take a break from the frenzy? Plan a special celebration with your loved ones that maximizes the quality time you spend together and minimizes the stressful hours you devote to shopping. At home, consider the following ideas to enrich your festivities:

  • Recycle used ribbons, bows and decorative wrappings. Store used paper and accessories in a convenient place for the next birthday or holiday occasion.
  • Try alternatives to storebought wrapping paper. Leftover fabric, lightweight wallpaper, colorful scarves and even the Sunday comics work just as well.
  • Buy a live holiday tree. The tree will survive inside for about a week with ample watering and somewhat cool air temperatures. When you're ready, transplant it outside to a spot you have already prepared, or donate it to a school or community center. If you buy a cut tree rather than a live one, recycle it.
  • Decorate with delight. Ask your children to make garlands and wreaths from leftover construction paper, wild berries, fruits and nuts. Craft homespun centerpieces from boughs and pinecones gathered in your yard. Brighten up doors and hallways with holiday greeting cards. Trade decorations with friends or family to add a "new" flair to your home without having to buy new products.
  • Purchase greeting cards from a non-profit organization. In many cases, a part of the purchase price can be deducted as a contribution to the organization.
  • Entertain efficiently. Replace throwaway plates, cups, silverware and napkins with durable goods you can use season after season.
  • Reuse cookie tins, baskets and festive food containers. Refill these next year and give them as gifts.
  • Try catalog shopping. You'll save energy and reduce your own stress levels by not driving back and forth to various shopping malls.
Friday, December 2, 2016
Always Shine
Jackie
Man Down

Friday, December 9, 2016
Friend Request
Miss Sloane
Nocturnal Animals
Office Christmas Party

Friday, December 16, 2016
Collateral Beauty 
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
La La Land

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Assassin's Creed
Passengers
Patriots Day 
Sing

Sunday, December 25, 2016
Why Him? 
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