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Weekend Planner: October 1st, 2021

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, October 1st

Collage and Assemblage

Randall Museum, San Francisco

7 PM, Ages: 21+


SCRAP and Randall Museum Friends are thrilled to invite you to join us for our fundraiser opening night celebration of RePurposeful - an exciting art exhibition of new works by local artists.

After a year of social isolation, SCRAP and the Randall Museum are re-engaging with our local communities and exploring how cooperation has the power to effect change. RePurposeful, a juried exhibition of over 40 original collage and assemblage works by Bay Area artists, will inspire new ideas and approaches to sustainability. Join us as we re-open our minds to new and creative ways of re-using materials.

Opening Night Celebration

RePurposeful is a joint celebration of the Randall Museum's reopening.

In the Randall Museum's beautiful outdoor space, we will be serving light food, beer, wine and select cocktails. Tickets start at $100.

VIP Hour from 6 PM to 7PM*: We will have a special early entry for guests at the $250+ level to get the first look at the artwork and meet the artists.

The event is adults only (21+).

COVID Measures

- Proof of vaccination and face-masks are required.

- The Randall Museum has a beautiful outside area with 1,000 person occupancy.

- Purchased tickets are limited to 300 to allow for COVID requirements and flow throughout the venue

- Food/Drink will be outside on the patio

- Silent Auction will be online (can be done from your mobile device) so no lines required at the art to sign up.


Forty-five art works by Bay Area artists will be featured. The jury-selected works speak to renewed knowledge of interdependence, and will serve as a celebration of the alchemy that occurs when bringing disparate and diverse parts together to create something new, better, more beautiful, and more purposeful. The artists are: Jessalyn Aaland, Vicki Assegued, Ray Beldner, Andrea Bergen, Marie Bergstedt, Anna Beurskens, Cynthia Brannvall, Felipe Colina, Aiko Cuneo, Rachel Dean, Susan Doyle, Ehling/Bennett, Gignilliat/Oberfelder, Matt Gonzalez, Rea Lynn de Guzman, Robert Haemmerling, Kristie Hansen, Mark Harris, Allison Hughes, Whitney Humphreys, Clint Imboden, Michael Kerbow, Barbara Kibbe, Mary Anne Kluth, Paul Lanier, Zwia Lipkin, Abel Manalo, Erin McCluskey Wheeler, Adia Millett, Kara Nelson, Mariana Nelson, Mitsu Okubo, Catie O'Leary, Erik Parra, Dianne Platner, William Rhodes, Anna-Lena Sauer, Maureen Shields, Kim Smith, Tom Steele, Lorna Stevens, Julien Tomasello, Michael Tunk, Hannah Waiters and Leigh Wells.

Silent Auction

Our Silent Auction is Live!

1. Access at:

2. Click "Register" and sign up with your credit card information

3. Browse the auction and bid on what moves you!

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sign up by Friday September 10th for logo recognition in our printed program based on giving level. All levels include access to our VIP pre-party with Bay Area artists. All funds support our environmental arts education programs in San Francisco. If you are interested in Zero Waste Hero and Eco Champion sponsorship levels, email

- Zero Waste Hero - $20,000 (only one!) - Co-branding of 3+ month show as “presented by your company”; 50 tickets to Opening Night and VIP pre-party; 3 private workshops for employees.

- Eco Champion - $10,000 (only two!) - Co-branding of Opening Night as “presented by your company”; 25 tickets to Opening Night and VIP pre-party; 2 private workshops for employees.

- Green Queen - $5,000 - Priority logo recognition in program; 12 tickets to Opening Night and VIP pre-party; 1 private workshop for employees.

- Recycling King - $2,500 - Logo recognition in program; 8 tickets to Opening Night and VIP pre-party.

- Enviro Leader - $1,000 - Logo recognition in program; 4 tickets to Opening Night and VIP pre-party.

- Sustainable Star - $500 - Logo recognition in program; 2 tickets to Opening Night and VIP pre-party.


Scrounger’s Center for Reusable Art Parts (SCRAP) is a 501c3 nonprofit founded in1976 and based in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood. At the intersection of the environment, art, and arts education, SCRAP is a Bay Area resource for makers of all ages, and everyone who values access to creative experiences. Our mission is to put the materials and methods of art-making in reach of all. Our passion is creative reuse – turning everyday objects into beautiful projects that fuel our spirit and bolster environmental awareness.

About the Randall Museum

The Randall Museum is a museum of science, nature and the arts as well as a San Francisco Recreation and Park Department community learning center. OUR MISSION is to inspire creativity, curiosity, and a love of learning about the world around us. OUR VISION is to provide a hands-on community learning center with no entry fee where children and adults can explore STEM, nature, and the arts through engaging exhibits, activities, and classes. OUR VALUES are to promote learning, curiosity, creativity, fun, community, inclusivity, and sustainability.

Food Truck Market

District Six, San Francisco

5 PM, All Ages






District Six is an outdoor continuously evolving experience that brings individuals safely together to enjoy a curated selection of local small good vendors and food trucks. We also feature weekly themes and live entertainment such as local DJs or bands.

Please note: Most importantly, we are also following social distancing and health protocols which includes tables being placed 6 feet apart, mandatory masks for each attendee, and disinfecting surfaces after each group.


Apply Here: Vendor Application


Saturday, October 2nd

Tiburon Wine Festival

Point Tiburon Plaza, Tiburon

1 PM, Ages: 21+


Please Join Us for the 38th Annual Tiburon Wine Festival. The Bay Area's Premier Wine Event!

About this event


We are excited to welcome you back to Tiburon this fall. There’s a reason the Tiburon Wine Festival is one of the Bay Area’s most popular wine events. Extraordinary Wine, Food & Live Music all on the bay!

The Wines

Featuring wines from both established and small production wineries, the Tiburon Wine festival provides a rare opportunity to experience new wines and savor old favorites - from Napa, Sonoma and as far afield as Italy and Hungary.

The Food

Great local restaurants and food purveyors! Woodlands Market, Luna Blu, Sam's Anchor Cafe, and Servino Ristorante to name a few.

All wine tastings and food are included in the price of the ticket.

Must be 21. Please bring valid government-issued photo identification such as a driver’s license or passport for proof of age.

Note: no infants, strollers or animals allowed on event grounds. This is a rain or shine event. No Refunds.

Covid-19 Health & Safety at the Tiburon Wine Festival

In order to support the health & safety of our attendees, upon entry the Tiburon Wine Festival is requiring all guests to:

1. Provide proof that they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19


2. Provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test. The test must have been taken within 48 hours of the event.

In order to shorten the wait time, please be prepared to show your government issued-ID along with your vaccination card or your negative test result at entry to the festival. A photo of your vaccination card or negative test result saved to your phone is sufficient.

Please visit for full statement of health & safety protocols.

Following are the current precautions we are taking to ensure a safe outdoor event.

  • This event will be 100% outdoors - there will no multi-sided tents to encourage airflow, there will be umbrellas and pop up tents for shade.

  • Pre-registration is REQUIRED (no walk-in guests will be admitted).

  • Hand sanitizer will be provided throughout the festival.

  • Proof of vaccination or proof of negative Covid-19 test within 48 hours is required (see above).

  • All participating food purveyors and wineries will wear a mask and provide proof of vaccination or proof of negative Covid-19 test taken within 48 hours of the event.

Drag Brunch

Lookout, San Francisco

2 PM, Ages: 21+


Lips & Lashes Drag Brunch, hosted by Carnie Asada, is a one of a kind variety show featuring the Bay Areas most diverse entertainment.

About this event

The show features a rotating cast with a range of talents from drag illusionists, burlesque, live vocalists, dancers, and more. You can expect lots of laughs, delicious food, tasty specialty cocktails. Featuring drinks by El Jimador Tequila & Jack Daniels. Doors open at 11am, with the shows starting at noon & 2:00pm

This event is 21+ .

Refund Policy: No refunds. Tickets are transferable to another showtime the same day.


Sunday, October 3rd


Sunday Brunch

District Six, San Francisco

11 AM, All Ages








The Sundaze Brunch and Marketplace is an outdoor continuously evolving experience that brings individuals safely together to enjoy a curated selection of local small good vendors and food trucks. We also feature weekly themes and live entertainment such as local DJs or bands.

Please note: There is parking you can find easily surrounding the venue.


Golden State Warriors Farmers Market

Chase Center, San Francisco

9AM, All Ages


The Warriors and Kaiser Permanente are hosting weekly Thrive City Farmers Market every Sunday from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM.

Thrive City plaza, the community gathering space surrounding Chase Center, will provide shoppers with access to a wide variety of locally-sourced offerings including seasonal fruits, fresh produce, naturally-raised meats, farm fresh eggs and artisan pastries. The Farmers’ Market will also include health and wellness sessions, live music, scavenger hunts, a kids corner and more! Please note that the Thrive City Farmer’s Market will have various categories of special events every Sunday. For more information visit


• Wear face coverings. You will be refused service if you are not wearing one.

• Minimize the size of your group when shopping and keep your group together – this is especially important when shopping with young children.

• Bring small bills and pay with exact change or tell your farmer to keep the change to minimize exposure and speed up your transaction.

• Farmers/Producers may not touch reusable bags belonging to customers.

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