Events for September 1, 2017
Race benefits Special Olympics Northern California. 12K Race and 5K Race & Walk: Both races start at 8am (rain or shine) at Justin Herman Plaza, in front of the Ferry Building, then run through Fisherman's Wharf, along the Marina Green, thru' Crissy Field (with magnificent views of the Golden Gate Bridge), finishing at the Marina […]Find out more »
"Flower Power" exhibit at the Asian Art Museum celebrates San Francisco's "Summer of Love." Learn about the hidden meanings and symbolism of flowers in Asian art - the lotus, plum blossom, cherry blossom, chrysanthemum, tulip, and rose.Find out more »
Don't miss this wonderful exhibit - "Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade" at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco. The collection features 40 impressionist paintings and pastels, many of which have never been exhibited before in the U.S. Admire key works by Degas and other master artists including Renoir, Manet, Mary Cassatt and Toulouse-Lautrec. The exhibit […]Find out more »
Every year, thousands of people from around the world flock to Burning Man in Nevada's Black Rock Desert. Dedicated to self-expression, art and music, the unique Burning Man City is built by active participants of the event and lasts for one week - then everything is dismantled and gone until the next year. It's the […]Find out more »
Southern Decadence (known as the Gay Mardi Gras) is one of the largest annual celebrations and festivals in New Orleans. Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities come together to celebrate, dance, dress in costume and have fun over a five-day period in and around New Orleans (on Bourbon and St. Ann Streets). Southern Decadence Parade […]Find out more »
Celebrate Labor Day Weekend at Capitola's annual Begonia Festival. Sand Sculpture Contest, Arts, Concert in the Park, Horseshoes on the Sand, Nauticle Parade featuring Begonia-covered barges floating down Soquel Creek to the Lagoon, Fishing Derby, Rowboat Races... and more! Free admission. Shuttle runs from 10am-8pm. Note: Capitola Begonia Festival celebrates its final year (2017)Find out more »
Internationally recognized as the "largest wine event in Sonoma County," the weekend brings together over 200 of Sonoma's top winemakers and growers, as well as some of the county's best chefs . Enjoy Winemaker Lunches, Winemaker Dinners, Winery BBQs, Wine Auction... and more! Visit Sonoma Wine Country website for more info on schedule and tickets.Find out more »
Fun 10-day Thames Festival takes place between Westminster Bridge and Tower Bridge (mainly between Lambeth Bridge and St. Katharine Docks). Enjoy a weekend of free events along the River Thames — regattas, river races, live music, street entertainers, art festivals... and more!Find out more »
Calling all yogis! Celebrate National Yoga Month throughout the month of September. Enjoy over 1,000 yoga events taking place across the country. Over 1,500 participating yoga studios nationwide are offering a Yoga Month Card for "One Week Free Yoga". Visit Yoga Health Foundation website for more information and to find a studio near you.Find out more »
Music on the Square takes place June thru' early September on Friday nights from 6pm-8pm at Courthouse Square in Redwood City. This makes a fun night out with family and friends. Visit their website for featured performers and schedules. Free admission.Find out more »
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