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SATURDAY, February 15th – SUNDAY, February 16th


SF Beer Week: All You Can Drink Beer & Whiskey Train

Saturday, February 15, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Seven Stills Brewery & Distillery (Mission Bay), 100 Hooper Street, Suite #4, San Francisco

Choo Choo y’all. It’s time once again for the SFBW Whiskey Train. Pick up will be at 11 am on 2nd & King and we’ll take the E-line route down to head to Fishermans Wharf and cruise around the city while a banjo band serenades us along the way.Tickets include lunch and all you can drink beer & whiskey. Grab your ticket now, limited seats available! Dress Warm. Learn more


SF BEER WEEK- LOWRIDER CAR SHOW 

Sunday, February 16, 2020, 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Speakeasy Brewery | 1195 Evans Avenue, San Francisco

Wind down beer week with a Car Show. Presented by the Lowrider Council. Donations will go to The SF Glens Soccer Club supporting youth soccer in The City. Learn more


SAN FRANCISCO BEER WEEK AT SAN CARLOS 

Saturday, February 15, at 2:00pm
Devils Canyon Brewing Company, 935 Washington Street, San Carlos

The West Coast Craft Can Invitational brings breweries together to show off their canned brews. Chat with brewers and industry professionals in the spacious Devil’s Canyon taproom and learn about new and new-to-you styles and flavors, discuss craft beer industry topics and meet new friends. Also enjoy live music, food trucks, vintage arcade games and more. Learn more


WINE AND CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL 

Saturday, February 15, 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM 
Domenico Winery 1697 Industrial Road, San Carlos

Join us, four other wineries, and more to come for a chocolate and wine-filled afternoon where you will get to taste exquisite wines paired with deliciously made chocolate and a chocolate fountain at our winery! Enjoy a sweet afternoon with a “Share the Love” glass for only $40. Learn more


Cabaret: Love Songs

Saturday, 2/15, 8 pm & Sunday 2/16, 2:00 pm
Peninsula Ballet – Studio One Theatre, 1880 S. Grant St, San Mateo

Cabaret: Love Songs sizzles with Valentine’s passion and drama this season in San Mateo! Back by popular demand, Artistic Director Greg Amato’s fiery “Carmen” returns in an expanded version with new dances. Ron Cunningham, former Artistic Director of Sacramento Ballet for thirty years, stages his critically acclaimed “Incident at Blackbriar”, a dark, moody exploration of relationships. Bring a date to this must-see event, and enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres before the performance. Learn more


VALENTINES DAY 2020 WEEKEND BRUNCH SAIL ON THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY

Saturday, February 15, 12:45 PM to 3:30 PM
Yacht Harbor, Slip 465, Sausalito

Celebrate Valentine’s Day Weekend with your loved ones aboard Schooner Freda B! Enjoy a beautiful afternoon sail on the San Francisco Bay with someone close to your heart. Together you’ll take in the Bay’s most iconic sights – the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, Alcatraz, and the San Francisco skyline – all while sipping on a mimosa! Learn more


2020 “Alleycute”: A Cute Pairs Bike Race

Saturday, February 15, 12:30 PM to 4:20 PM 
Lake Merritt BART, 800 Madison St, Oakland

It’s that time again and the annual pairs race is on. Join and “race” around the East Bay in the cutest alleycat you could possibly ride. The race entry fee is $5 per rider and everyone needs to race as part of a team of two or more so bring your friends. All bikes, skill levels, and genders are welcome for this event. Hope to see y’all there. Learn more


Film Showing & Photo Exhibit: The Souls of Black Folk

Saturday, February 15, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Noe Valley/Sally Brunn Branch Library, 451 Jersey Street, San Francisco

Jarrel Phillips explores Black culture and presence in America and the African diaspora through film and photography. Phillips stories unfold from his first-hand experience growing up Black in San Francisco and observing the African diaspora through his travels in the United States, Ethiopia, Haiti, Uganda, Tanzania, Egypt, Brazil, and more. Learn more


Bare-root Fruit Trees: Selection and Planting

Saturday, February 15th, 10 am -12 pm
LYNGSØ, 345 Shoreway Road, San Carlos

The best time to plant a fruit tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now. Fruit trees can be a beautiful and rewarding addition to your landscape. Whether you are planning on a single tree or a full home orchard, this workshop will cover how to select trees that can succeed and produce well in your San Francisco/Peninsula microclimate. By the end of this beginning class, participants should have the confidence to select and plant fruit trees. Learn more


Thriving with Gratitude

Saturday, February 15th, 1 pm -3 pm
Foster City Library, Discovery Room, 1000 E Hillsdale Blvd, Foster City

Learn about the science of gratitude and experience the power of using gratitude in your life. A gratitude practice can increase your joy, build stronger relationships, improve health, help you deal with adversity and develop a happier life experience. Come join us in finding joy and comfort in an afternoon of gratitude. Learn more


Local Film Festival Filmmaker Mixer

Saturday, February 15th, 4 pm -6 pm
535 Sylvan Ave, San Bruno

The Actor’s Conference is back again with another fun and collaborative film mixer. This time we will have local film festival representatives in attendance to share information about upcoming festival events, tips, and tricks when submitting to a festival and how to reach out and get involved. Local filmmakers will be in attendance as well, presenting trailers and scenes from finished films and works in progress. Learn more


Palo Alto Philharmonic: “Love Stories”

Saturday, February 15th, 8 pm
Cubberley Theater, 4120 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto

“Love Stories” Orchestra Concert with Elizabeth Pitcairn, playing the “Red Mendelssohn Stradivarius of 1720” which inspired “The Red Violin,” and the Palo Alto Philharmonic. Learn more


Outdoor Sculpture Walk at Stanford

Sunday, February 16th, 11:30 am
Cantor Arts Center, Lomita Dr at Museum Way, Stanford

Stanford University’s distinguished outdoor art collection includes nearly 100 sculptures and features important figurative and abstract works in a variety of media by artists of the late 19th century to the present. This tour begins in front of the Cantor Arts Center with marble statues, dating from 1891, that flank the main entrance. The tour continues with the work of Auguste Rodin, Beverly Pepper, Mark di Suvero, and Andy Goldsworthy. Learn more


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This post was written by Rumana Jabeen

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