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, September 24th
The Hotel Majestic, San Francisco
6:30 PM, All Ages
Are you ready to roll up your sleeves and learn how to create your own fresh sushi rolls like a pro? You are in for a special treat!
In this highly interactive and hands-on class, veteran CocuSocial Chef Instructor, Huong will enrich you with tips and tricks of making delicious sushi rolls, from preparing the perfect sushi rice, cutting the fresh ingredients properly, and the art of rolling. This casual and easy to follow class will surely engage all your senses! All participants will make three variations - Tuna, Salmon, and California Roll. You are invited to let your creativity flow and try rolling with seaweed both inside and out and mix and match different ingredients to develop your own unique edition.
This class is NOT BYOB! The hosting venue will provide a variety of drinks available for purchase. Bring your curiosity and appetite! You can be confident this class will be an absolute delight whether the occasion is for a family activity, team building event, or surprising your partner on a romantic date. Safety of everyone is important to us. Please arrive 15 min early to check in and settle in, wearing your mask. Chef will provide disposable gloves and aprons for you to use during the class. Masks should be worn at all times except when dining and gloves and aprons will be provided. You will be seated with your party, otherwise social distancing guidelines will be in place.
Book on CocuSocial website directly to avoid additional fees and check most updated schedule: Make Your Own Sushi
District Six, San Francisco
5 PM, All Ages
SHOP WITH LOCAL VENDORS
LISTEN TO LIVE MUSIC
EAT FOOD FROM SOME OF THE BAY'S TOP FOOD TRUCKS
HANG OUT WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY
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.
QUESTIONS? Email: Info@DistrictSixSF.com
Apply Here: Vendor Application
Saturday, September 25th
Lemos Farm, Half Moon Bay
11:30 AM, All Ages
Welcome to Goat Yoga at Lemos Farm! The place where yoga and goats meet on the mat. Whether you’re an experienced yogi or just looking for your next big adventure, yoga with goats provides a truly joyful and unique experience. Grab your yoga mat and meet us at the barn at Lemos Farm for 45-mins of yoga with goats. 15 small goats will roam around during yoga class, perhaps licking at your toes, nibbling your yoga mat, climbing on your back during cat/cow and cuddling up with you during savasana. Goat pose, anyone? Expect the unexpected, but also expect a lot of laughter and levity! Yoga class is followed by 15-mins of petting zoo fun. Class is designed for all levels, abilities, and ages 5-100.
Our family now serves guests from all over the Bay Area on weekends and specific weekday classes in Half Moon Bay at the farm. Come for yoga, stay for the baby goats!
We promise you a “GOAT” time!
Cancelation Policy: We can refund tickets up to 1 day in advance.
Do I have to wear a mask?
Do I need to bring a yoga mat?
We encourage our guests to bring their own mat. If you do not own one, then a beach towel works just fine too.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we have an iPad with the live guest list.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
No, each participant needs to register for themselves, but multiple tickets can be on the same order.
What's the refund policy?
We refund tickets up to 1 day before the event.
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, September 26th
Folsom Street, San Francisco
11 AM, All Ages (Parental Consideration Advised)
We’re taking you back to basics. Bringing you into the future. Giving you a vision of where we were and where we’re going on this journey of sexual liberation for ALL. The first Folsom Street Fair in 1984 was called MEGAHOOD. A stand against gentrification. An insistence on a place for us all. An event that was all about COMMUNITY. We can’t wait to see you in the street, in your mask, from just far enough away to be absolutely tantalizing. Our stages will be amazing, our exhibitors will be spicy, and our community will be together.
Folsom Street is committed to cultivating a safe, open, and inclusive environment for the kink, leather, and alternative sexuality communities while centering equity for BIPOC and LGBTQA2I+ people in our work. We are rooted historically in the fight against gentrification and displacement both here in San Francisco, on unceded Ohlone land, and worldwide. We unite, strengthen, and affirm the community through support, resources, education, advocacy, visibility, and celebration by centering and uplifting marginalized voices. We are dedicated to sexual liberation and the right to pleasure as a crucial part of the whole liberation movement.
Folsom Street is an explicitly anti-racist organization and we are committed to decolonizing our practices. We welcome feedback and guidance from our communities.
Since our founding in 1984, Folsom Street has given over $7 million dollars in proceeds to nonprofit LGBTQ2S+ centered organizations.