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Weekend Planner: June 9


You’ve worked hard all week, and now Friday’s here again! It’s time to start planning your weekend!  Welcome to Weekend Planner, your weekend update on fun.

Every Friday we put together a list of the weekend events we think look most interesting and provide them here. Keep in mind there is always a lot more going on, and all it takes is a little digging to find something that will be the perfect activity for you.

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


Friday, June 9



Tuberculosis: The Musical

PianoFight, San Francisco

9:30 PM, All Ages


NOTICE: The name of this event was recently changed. But don’t worry, it’s the same great show and same great music!

Imagine Paris 1900. Can-Can girls, bohemians, Absinthe drinkers… all played by drag performers. Sugah Betes and Cruzin d’Loo bring you another Drag Experience show. We have brought the house down with our productions of Hamilton, Hairspray and Chicago. You will be falling out of your seat laughing, singing along, interacting with the cast… we might even bring you up on stage to dance with us.

Fridays in June at 930 pm


And now, a little bit about PianoFight!

HAPPY HOUR MON-FRI 5:00-6:00pm

Come by early to grab dinner and drinks before the show! PianoFight has a full kitchen and bar. If you plan on dining, we recommend you arrive 1.5 hours early. Restaurant seating is first come first serve.

PARKING Street parking is free after 6pm. We’re located 2 blocks from Powell BART, numerous muni lines and there are 3 parking lots within 1 block.


Official Warriors Game 4 Watch Party

Oracle, Oakland

6 PM, All Ages


The Golden State Warriors will host Official Warriors Watch Parties at Oracle Arena for fans to watch the Warriors battle the Cavaliers in Cleveland for Games 3 & 4 of the 2017 NBA Finals on Wednesday, June 7 at 6:00 p.m. and Friday, June 9 at 6:00 p.m.

Tickets for both Oracle Arena Watch Parties will go on sale to the general public on Monday, June 5 at 1:00 p.m., with an exclusive presale for the team’s season ticket holders on Monday, June 5 at 10:00 a.m. and priority wait list members on Monday, June 5 at 11:00 a.m.

Parking opens at 4:30 p.m. ($10) with Oracle Arena doors opening at 5:00 p.m. In addition, the Warriors Team Stores located throughout Oracle Arena will be open for fans to purchase the latest Warriors gear


Saturday, June 10



Mortified Oakland

New Parish Theater, Oakland

7:30 PM, Ages: 21+


NOTE: All seating is FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Tickets only ensure admission. Arrive 60 to 30 min. prior to showtime help ensure seats

For 11 years, the bay’s funniest and most outlandish comedy/music experience!


Mortified stars everyday adults sharing their most embarrassing and real childhood letters, lyrics, journals, home movies and artwork… in front of total strangers. Part comedy, part theater, part therapy.

The largest and longest-running project of its kind, Mortified produces comedic content for the stage, the page, and the web. Its latest book, Mortified: Love Is a Battlefield, is in stores everywhere.

Participants include a wide range of people, from professional performers (comics, celebrities, singers) to total amateurs (architects, ad execs, salesmen) all in the noble pursuit of self-degradation. Personal redemption through public humiliation.

Share the shame.


  1. COST: $16 advance; $21 at door (all tickets are for General Admission)

  2. SEATING:All seating is FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Tickets onlyensure admission. Arrive 30 min. prior to showtime help ensure seats.

  3. AGES: 21+. No minors.

  4. DOOR TIMES: House doors open 60 min. prior to an event (usually about 6:30 pm).

See you at the show!


If someone buys a large number of tickets, we will not give those tickets out until the person whose name it is purchased in comes to claim them.

If advance ticketing is sold-out, there will be a limited number of tickets at the door. A wait list forms prior to show, as we do our best to get people in.


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51st Annual Alameda Sand Castle and Sand Sculpture Contest

Robert Crown Memorial State Beach Park, Alameda

9 AM,  All Ages


Start your creative juices flowing and get ready to bring your shovel and buckets to the beach to create a unique piece of art at the annual Sand Castle and Sand Sculpture Contest on Alameda’s Robert Crown Memorial State Beach.

This free event (free to compete and free to watch) is a family fun activity to either participate in or just come down to watch all of the action.

Saturday, June 10, 2017 | 9 am to 1 pm – 9-11 am: Registration – Noon: Judging begins – 1 pm: Awards Ceremony

Official Contest Rules

  1. Sand Castles and Sand Sculptures must consist of sand only with the exception of wood, rocks, shells, etc., found on the beach during the day of the contest and used as decorations only. No glass or live animals please.

  2. No superstructures or permanent forms of any kind shall be incorporated in your structure.

  3. Sand forms (flower pots, milk cartons, buckets, etc.) may be used, but only as forms.

  4. The use of shovels, hoes, and spatulas are permitted.

  5. The castle or sculpture must be confined within the allotted space.

  6. No collecting of live animals or egg cases from wet beach and mudflat areas.

  7. Structures must be completed by the deadline time of noon or upon the arrival of the first judge.

Judging Castles and Structures will be judged on the following basis:

  1. Design – 30 points (originality of subjects and design)

  2. Detail – 30 points (originality of shape, lines and space)

  3. Neatness – 20 points (sharp relief, balanced proportions overall)

  4. Technique – 20 points (use of forms, drip method, shaping of arches, etc.)

Categories for Sand Castle and Sand Sculpture are: Ages 12 and Under Ages 13 and Over Family


Sunday, June 11



Haight-Ashbury Streer Fair

Haight Street, San Francisco

11 AM, All Ages


The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair is a non-profit organization [501(c)(3)] dedicated to celebrating the cultural history and diversity of one of San Francisco’s most internationally celebrated neighborhoods – The Haight-Ashbury District. Since 1978, HASF has produced the annual street fair that features arts and crafts, food booths, three musical stages, a Family Area (Children’s Alley) and more. It also serves as a means for community groups and mercantile vendors to interact with the public and expand their base.

The street fair was developed in response to the re-birth of the economic and residential spirit of the community in the mid-1970’s. With the assistance of the late San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, the first District 5 and openly Gay supervisor, a group of neighborhood merchants, activists and residents developed this organization with the idea of sponsoring a day long community celebration. The first Haight-Ashbury Street Fair was held on April 30, 1978, to the fanfare of the neighborhood and the City.

Since then, the street fair was moved to the second weekend in June where it has become a San Francisco cultural event. The two stages – Main Stage and Masonic Stage – hosts a variety of musical presentations that have featured such bands as the Merle Saunders Band, Jefferson Starship, The Tubes, The Commander Cody Band and Noel Redding (Jimi Hendrix Experience) among others. It is also a showcase for up-and-coming artists and musical groups.  The Alley Stage at The Children’s Aalley hosts a line-up of Family entertainment for our future street fair generation.

The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair has been awarded a California State Senate Resolution (2012), three  San Francisco Board of Supervisor’s “Certificate of Honor” (2007, 2010 & 2011) and a ” Best of The Bay” award from the San Francisco Bay Guardian newspaper (2007).

The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair wishes to thank all of the residents, businesses, musicians, artists and attendees for their continual support and in providing a jovial, harmonious and inspirational atmosphere.  We also thank our lucky stars for having had Pablo Heising (HASF President, 1978 – 2006) to guide us from the very beginning.



Off The Grid: Presidio Picnic

Main Post Lawn, San Francisco

11 AM, All Ages


San Francisco’s favorite family picnic is back for 2017. Presidio Picnic brings together the best of the Bay Area food scene with the beauty of this national park site and views of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.

San Francisco’s favorite family picnic is back for 2017. Presidio Picnic brings together the best of the Bay Area food scene with the beauty of this national park site and views of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge

Season-long amenities – Free yoga every Sunday 11am-12pm with Lubbdubb (bring your own yoga mat) – Free bike valet with The New Wheel.

Food Trucks / Pop-Ups The list may change throughout the season, but expect to see 30+ vendors like Bi-Rite Creamery, Nopalito, Senor Sisig, Wing Wings, Del Popolo, Hookt Doughnuts, Dum Indian Food, the Grilled Cheese Guy and tons more.

Geting There Use the FREE shuttle: The PresidiGo operates a route from downtown San Francisco to the Presidio and two routes within the park.

  1. The Downtown express route picks up from the Transbay Terminal, Embarcadero BART, and Union Street/Van Ness Avenue before dropping of at the Presidio Transit Center. > Maps & Departures

  2. The Around the Park routes run two-continuous loops within the Presidio. Both routes originate at the Presidio Transit Center and connect with MUNI and Golden Gate Transit at several locations. > Maps & Departures

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