Weekend Planner: May 29, 2020


We know things are weird right now, and you might not even be working with everything going on. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't have a chance to enjoy the weekend! Life goes on, and having a little fun and/or some relaxation is still necessary to your mental health. So check out these (safely social distanced) events you can participate in this weekend!

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

Friday, May 29th

The Stud "Bottle Shop" One Day Only 5 Hour Booze Sale!

The Stud, San Francisco

2 PM, Ages: 21+

Free

The Stud might be closing its doors and as we bid farewell let’s get you drunk again, for the last time for a lil bit! 


Support their bottle shop. Come buy some booze from them! They are open on May 29th from 2 pm to 7 pm at the Harrison Entrance. They accept cash or Venmo, mask, and social distancing is required.


Other ways to support:

Watch the Drag Funeral online: Sunday, May 31 at 6 pm Pacific on Twitch Join their weekly virtual drag show “Drag Alive” every Saturday at 6:30 pm: https://www.twitch.tv/dragalive

Join GoFundMe to help The Stud find a new venue.

One Found Sound Virtual Watch Party

Facebook Live and YouTube

5:30 PM, All Ages

Free


One Found Sound, the San Francisco-based conductorless chamber orchestra, announces a special digital performance of Frederic Rzewski’s “Coming Together” on Friday, May 29, 2020, at 5:30 pm PDT on Facebook Live and YouTube.

The democratic, conductorless orchestra continues to move into the virtual performance arena with their collaborative interpretation of Rzewski’s 1971 minimalist work. “Coming Together” includes text written by an inmate involved with the Attica Correctional Facility riots, and explores themes of isolation, the passage of time, and togetherness.


This special, orchestral project will feature the musicians of One Found Sound and the work of videographer Hanna Moradi. Audiences are invited to tune in to One Found Sound’s Facebook live stream to live-chat with the musicians and other listeners during the event or to watch the event on our YouTube channel.

The event is free of charge. For details and event links, please visit onefoundsound.org.

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.

Saturday, May 30th

NASA and SpaceX Historic Astronaut Launch

Facebook Live

8 AM, All Ages

Free


Watch history unfold as NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the ISS on Saturday, May 30. This mission marks the first time since the retirement of the space shuttle in 2011 that humans will fly to the space station from U.S. soil. This mission marks the first time since the retirement of the space shuttle in 2011 that humans will fly to the space station from U.S. soil. The first launch attempt on May 27 was scrubbed due to weather.


Set a reminder to tune for joint NASA/SpaceX coverage starting at 8:00 am PST, with liftoff currently targeted for 12:22 pm PST.

h/t: ABC7

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.

Virtual Comedy Day Classics

GoldenGatePark150.com

5 PM, All Ages

Free


Join us for a special concert of comedians who have performed in Golden Gate Park throughout Comedy Day’s nearly 40-year history!

These digital concerts can be watched for free at GoldenGatePark150.com. They will remain on the website after the live stream for two weeks. The concerts are part of a larger virtual Golden Gate Park experience that brings some of the iconic park’s nature, art, history, and music to park lovers.

Sunday, May 31st

Zeitgeist To-Go Beer Garden

Zeitgeist, San Francisco

12 PM, Ages: 21+

Free

This coming weekend 5/30 + 5/31 from noon to 5 pm each day, our favorite SF beer garden, Zeitgeist is testing out a take-out menu. Grilled cheese sandwiches, margaritas, and our bloodies, ready-to-drink (elsewhere) or as a mix for later.

Looking at their to go menu, beer is $2.50, grilled cheese sandwiches are $7, margaritas and bloodies in 16oz mason jar are $12 (or you can get cocktails for two for $21-$23) – You can also buy booze by the bottle for what they matches BevMo’s prices.

Line up within the beer garden (all seating will be blocked off), music will be blasting and there will be art to view as you wait. If it works, they’ll do it again.

  • Saturday 5/30 from noon to 5 pm

  • Sunday 5/31 from noon to 5 pm

Check Facebook for updates. h/t 7×7

From Facebook:

BLOODIES + MARGARITAS TO-GO: This coming weekend 5/30 + 5/31 from noon to 5 pm each day, we are testing out a take-out menu. Grilled cheese sandwiches, margaritas, and our bloodies, ready-to-drink (elsewhere), or as a mix for later. Line within the beer garden, music blasting, and art to view as you wait. If it works, we'll do it again. #supportsmallbusiness#staysafe


MORE INFO:

Hi everyone, since mid-March, we've been closed to the public. As the shelter-in-place continues, we are trying to figure out how to serve you under this "new" normal. Full disclosure, we're still figuring it out.

This weekend, we are testing out a to-go menu/experience. Within our 60 ft x 30 ft backyard space, we've arranged a 6-foot distanced line, in a way where the line can be an experience in itself. While you wait for your order, you walk past a gallery of work by a local SF artist and can solo-sway to tunes blasting from our outdoor speakers. We've adjusted our ordering process, so you can be served quickly. We are launching this as a one-time test weekend event for now. If you all show up for it, we'll do it again... maybe even, on the regular. If so, we would partner with a different SF vendor and artist each time to help support those businesses and provide you with new offerings each weekend while you wait. If it's a bust, this might be the only one for a while. See you Saturday.

Virtual Forest Therapy Walk

Zoom Link Provided Upon Registration

2 PM, All Ages

Free (Donations Accepted)

As we continue social distancing and shelter in place, the healing powers of connection, community, and our natural world are more important than ever. So I’m joining my cohorts from around the world to bring you a virtual Forest Therapy walk. We’ll take advantage of whatever sources of nature you have available.

WHERE: If you can safely get to a natural area and have reception, you may join from there. For this journey into nature, you can also join from your yard or your balcony or even inside your home either looking out on the natural world or even simply looking at a photo or painting of a favorite nature.

WHEN: Sundays May 10 – 31, 2020 @ 2pm – 3:30pm PDT (Pacific Daylight Time)

WHAT: Borrowing from the Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku or Forest Bathing, we’ll come together over zoom (link provided upon registration) for a series of invitations to engage our senses both real and imaginal in exploring the natural world. There will be an opportunity to share via voice or chat on what you are noticing as we deepen the experience through a shared connection. These invitations will be equally suitable whether you are in the woods, following an ant on your sidewalk or looking at a picture of the beach and everything in between.

If you have the resources, donations are welcome in any amount with a suggested $5-$20 range. I know times are hard for some of us. I want this walk available to everyone regardless of income so please don’t let lack of funds stop you, accept a free ticket if you need it.

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