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Weekend Planner: January 21st, 2022

Updated: Feb 4, 2022

View of San Francico,with Bay Bridge in the background.

Happy Friday Everyone! You've worked hard all week, and now it's time to have fun! Getting out and enjoying the beautiful Bay Area, as well as enjoying the company of friends old and new, is great for your mental health. So check out some of our favorite events from around the Bay that you can attend this weekend!

Click on any of the event titles for a link to the event.


Friday, January 21st

Collage and Assemblage

Tease Southern Kitchen, Oakland

4 PM, Ages: 18+


Join us every Friday for Tease Adult Recess at @TeaseOakland starting Nov 12th 4 pm – 12 am. Happy Hour specials from 4 pm – 7 pm. Enjoy food, drinks, music, dancing, games, sport and more….

Menu Items

• Garlic Noodles

• Cajun Fish

• Fried Shrimp

• Chicken Wings

• Turkey Leg

And more….

This event is open to the public, no reservation necessary.

Food Truck Market

Church of Eight Wheels, San Francisco

5 PM, All Ages


Fridays are always a great time to go roller skating. This is the 2nd early session where kids and families skate along with anyone that's in the mode to get their skate groove on early!!! Please skate safely. All participants must wear a mask and please follow the direction of the rink personnel.

Skate Rental are available for $5.00, but not included with the purchase of your ticket.

To speed up the process at the door please have your scan codes ready to scan. Ticket scan codes can be found at the bottom of your confirmation email with tickets attached. Thank you everyone for being patient and understanding while we try to adapt to our new system.


Saturday, January 22nd

Tiburon Wine Festival

City Hall, San Francisco

4 PM, All Ages


Bring your camera or your phone! In this class you will get to learn some different ways on how to create beautiful pictures and practice you photographer skills both at day time and night time in a 3 hours event!

It will be a nice opportunity to meet other passionate photographers and create connections

This event is focused on beginners and open also to more advanced photographers

You will get tips on how to improve your photography and tweak your camera settings followed by live exercises, It's going to be fun I'll see you there

Drag Brunch

Jiaren Cafe, Santa Clara

2 PM


You will be transforming simple ingredients like coffee and milk to make delicious art that is almost too beautiful to drink but worth it for the amazing taste! Your expert teacher will gently guide you through all the steps and share all their best tips and tricks so you can make a drink as good as any pro barista. Learn how to make a heart and tulip design on a matcha latte, coffee, or decaf drink of your choice. It's an interactive and exciting class that will have you mastering the fun new skill of coffee making.

If this barista class whets your appetite for more amazing drinks, you can then enjoy a delicious drink in our cafe with a 20% discount!

Join us for a day out in Santa Clara with friends, family, and even colleagues! Knowledge required All levels are welcome! What you'll get All materials you need to make stunning latte art A tasty latte to sip on 20% discount at our cafe for after the class. What to bring Nothing! For PRIVATE class request, please book on our website:


Sunday, January 23rd


Sunday Brunch

Misión San Francisco de Asís, San Francisco

10 AM, All Ages


Meet your guide in front of the Misión San Francisco de Asís. Established in 1776 under the direction of Father Juniper Serra, the Mission is the oldest intact building in San Francisco The Mission has been a witness to all of San Francisco's history including the California Gold Rush and the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. Inside the chapel, you will see some of the most sophisticated religious art in the entire mission chain.

Next, we will take some time to contemplate the Clarion Alley Mural Project, established in 1992 by a volunteer collective of residents artists inspired to use public art as a force for marginalized communities and a place where social justice could speak loudly. The Project has produced over 700 murals by artists of all ethnicities, ages, and levels of experience.

Next, prepare yourself for The Women’s Building, an anchor institution in the ever-changing Mission District. The Woman's Building helps thousands of women to gain access to social services, workshops, wellness classes, and community connections. The building proudly features the MaestraPeace, a mural that testifies to the courageous contributions of women through time and around the world.

By now, you will have worked up an appetite, so we’ll wander over to Dandelion Chocolate where the art of chocolate making is everywhere. Dandelion Chocolate is a bean-to-bar chocolate factory in the Mission District of San Francisco. Every seat in the house provides a view of the chocolate-making process, as they roast, crack, sort, winnow, grind, conch, and temper small batches of beans and then mold and package each bar by hand.

When you visit, try the Brownie Bite Flight, three cupcake-size brownies. Each contains a chocolate of a different origin and offers a unique flavor. Our next stop will be to check out a gallery that features work by locals. Nearly 200 local artists are members of the City Art Cooperative, and their art covers a wide range of mediums, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and jewelry.

As the name suggests, this co-op space is owned and run by local artists. The cooperative gallery has a welcoming atmosphere and features works by newbies and veteran working artists alike. See something you like? The artist may be on site share their story. Mixcoatl is an Aztec name that means "The Milky Way” or many stars blended into one galaxy. Mixcoatl Handicrafts & Jewelry specializes in bringing together authentic, original Indigenous handmade arts, jewelry, and clothing from all the Américas.

The shop owners want to share their culture and support its artisans in beautiful neighborhood called La Mission. You will enjoy browsing the folk art and clothing for all ages.

No mural tour of the Mission District would be complete without a walk in Balmy Alley. Murals first appeared in the mid-1980s when a troupe of mural activists began to cover all the garage doors and fences running the length of the block with visual meditations praising indigenous American cultural heritage.

Today, mural subjects have expanded to include gentrification and government injustice. Renowned for their irreverence and political import, Balmy Alley has become a destination for appreciators of street art and political culture alike. We'll finish our tour with another locally inspired treat! Humphry Slocombe is San Francisco’s definitive trendsetter in ice cream innovation – they combine unconventional flavors with ultra-premium ingredients.

Besides favorites such as Blue Bottle Vietnamese Coffee and Secret Breakfast (Bourbon and Cornflakes), the eclectic staff constantly dream up irresistible flavors that change with the season. Here’s a small sample: Bacon, Ancho Chilies, Carrot, Beernut, Boysenberry Crisp, Caramel Apple Elvis: The Fat Years, Kumquat Poppyseed, Oolong, Peanut Butter Curry, Pistachio Brittle, Red Hot Banana and Tahitian V*n!ll@. Enjoy sampling their bizarre, delicious, frozen universe.

After you are done with the tour, we recommend spending some time at Mission Dolores Park, one of the city's most popular parks and the vibrant heart of this vibrant, culturally diverse neighborhood.

On sunny afternoons people flock to the park to play, picnic, lounge, walk their dogs, and enjoy spectacular views of the city's skyline and beyond. Say goodbye to the group but feel free to pick a spot on lush green lawn and do a little people watching.

Golden State Warriors Farmers Market

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, Concord

11 AM, Ages: 18+


If you’ve ever admired wooden bowls and wondered how to make them, here is your opportunity! We will guide you step by step through the process of turning your own bowl on the lathe with Rockler’s easy-to-use carbide turning tools. You’ll learn about stock selection, chucking, and different bowl finishes. The cost of the class includes instruction as well as the wood to make the bowl, sandpaper, and finish. At the end of the day, you’ll have a bowl to take home!

Safety Measures We’re Taking to Keep You Safe

Social Distancing - All of our classes have a low capacity of attendees and will allow for social distancing.

Sanitization - Our classrooms, seating areas, and tools are cleaned and disinfected before and after every class. We also have hand sanitizer and disinfectant available to be used during all classes.

Masks - Masks are only required to be worn if required by local ordinances. If you prefer to wear a mask, you can bring your own. If you forget to bring a mask we can provide one free of charge.

Gloves - Gloves will be provided free of charge if any classes require tools to be shared by multiple attendees during the same class. This is not a common occurrence and most of the time, attendees are provided their own tools to use.


Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? or call your local store.

Are there any age requirements to participate in the class?

This class is only for attendees, who are 18 years of age or older. To schedule a class for an attendee, who is under the age of 18, please contact your local store for details.

Do I need any safety equipment or special clothing?

Safety glasses will be provided free of charge. No loose clothing should be worn, long sleeves need to be rolled up, long hair needs to be tied back. No open-toed shoes can be worn during classes.

Can I cancel if I can't make it?

If you wish to cancel, you must do so 7 days before the class start date in order to be eligible for a refund. No refunds will be given for cancellations within 7 days of the class start date. Refunds will not include Eventbrite's fees.

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