Celebrate Cinco De Mayo in Dolores Park on Saturday
|May 2, 2008||Posted by jamie under Events||
Happy Friday, y’all!
I’m taking a minute away from spreadsheet stuff at work in order to note some of the exciting events happening this weekend.
First and foremost, the San Francisco Cinco De Mayo Celebration at Dolores Park on Saturday, May 3rd starting at 10 a.m. and going until 5 p.m. or so. Mariachi bands, fun for kids (and adults), and another chance to mingle with fellow Bay Area residents make this a wonderful event to put on your weekend calendar. Learn more at SFCincoDeMayo.com.
If you’d rather stay closer to home, there is the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival kickoff on Saturday with Rupa and the April Fishes + Brass Menazeri from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. (www.YBGF.org). The 51st Annual San Francisco International Film Festival is still happening through May 8th. (fest08.sffs.org)
On Sunday, the How Weird Faire starts at 11:11 a.m. in the Rincon Hill neighborhood and goes until late, late into the night as it transitions from the streets around 5:55 p.m. to Temple, Club NV, Supperclub, and 111 Minna for indoor events. www.HowWeird.org.
Also, the inaugral Target First Free Sundays at The Asian Art Museum in Civic Center happens on Sunday. Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by checking out artworks that span 6,000 years at the museum. www.AsianArt.org.
There are no excuses to have a boring weekend in San Francisco! Enjoy … 🙂